Dissertation Abstract Journal - July 2018

Dissertation Abstract Journal - July 2018

Cordelia Hayden, EDD/CI
Beverly Cumbo, EDD
Sharon Hatch, DHA
Shawn L. Moran, PHD/HEA
Lisa Marie Comstock, DM/IST
Erika Y. Wilburn-Campbell, DM
Scott Christensen, DBA
Sylvia F. Carlson, PHD/NUR
Donna Logan Bohlen, DHA
Ann Marie Svolos, PHD/NUR

Dissertation Abstract(s): 

Qualitative Phenomenological Study: Experiences of General and Special Education Teachers on State Assessment

Author: 
Cordelia Hayden
Program of study: 
Ed.D./CI
Abstract: 
The aim of the study was to explore the lived experiences of general and special education teachers whose students with disabilities are required to participate in the regular state assessment and the

An Investigation of Physician Communication and Medication Use in Prediabetes and the Prevention of Diabetes

Author: 
Sharon Hatch
Program of study: 
D.H.A.
Abstract: 
Diabetes is one of the major causes of death and disability throughout the world with an annual cost of managing the estimated 25.8 million diabetics in the United States between $174 and $245 billion

Case Study: Exchange Leaders' Perceptions of Technology Challenges Supplying Shaving Cream to Soldiers in Afghanistan

Author: 
Lisa Marie Comstock
Program of study: 
D.M./IST
Abstract: 
The purpose of this qualitative single-case study was to examine 29 Exchange leaders’ perceptions of challenges on how the Exchange supply chain technology can enable better delivery of supplying shav

The Effects of Leadership Practices and Behavior on Employee Satisfaction within the Federal Government

Author: 
Erika Y. Wilburn-Campbell
Program of study: 
D.M.
Abstract: 
The purpose of this qualitative descriptive phenomenological research study was to explore the lived experiences and perceptions of leadership practices and behaviors on employee satisfaction.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Schools: School Nurses' Perceptions of Barriers and Recommendations for Integration

Author: 
Sylvia F. Carlson
Program of study: 
Ph.D./NUR
Abstract: 
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death worldwide. Out of hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) are witnessed approximately 50% of the time.

A Phenomenological Study: Understanding Primary Care Providers' Lived Experiences in Rural Texas

Author: 
Donna Logan Bohlen
Program of study: 
D.H.A.
Abstract: 
This qualitative phenomenological study was designed to explore the lived experiences of Primary Care Providers (PCPs) working in the Texas Rio Grande Valley, an area of almost 5000 sq. mi.
July, 2018