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MSN 1972 - Distinguished Alumna
Recognized for her development and scholarship related to the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior. She developed the model to inform advanced nursing practice and direct research relative to patient and provider that influenced behaviorally-related health outcomes. The model has been the foundation for more than 24 National Institutes of Health studies totaling more than $50 million in support. Her work has targeted health promotion and risk reduction in the general population and in pediatric oncology.