Interprofessional Collaborative Research

Interprofessional collaborative research occurs when researchers from different health-related professions engage in scientific inquiry to jointly create and disseminate new knowledge to clinical and research health professionals in order to provide the highest quality of patient care to improve population health outcomes.

Louanne Friend, PhD, MN, RN | Suzanne Henson, MS, RD, LD | Amy Sherwood MSN, BSN, NCP4

  • Hiding in Plain Sight: A Collaborative Hypertension Management Program

Gregg Bell, PhD | Louanne Friend, PhD, MN, RN | Suzanne Henson, MS, RD, LD

  • Hypertension Lifestyle Modification and Referral Program

Nancy Rubin, PsyD | Nathan Culmer, PhD | Louanne Friend, PhD, MN, RN

  • Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Prevalence in an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Anne Halli–Tierney, MD

  • UA Pickens County Partnership Pilot Grant: Co-PI with Hyunjin Noh, Understanding Pain Management Needs among Community Dwelling Older Adults with Chronic Illness
  • Students Helping At Risk Patients (SHARP): Interprofessional team-based patient navigator program to promote health and improve outcomes
  • UA Geriatrics Clinic Patient Data Collection Project
  • Pharmacy Data Collection Project: (Co-PI with Dana Carroll)
  • Hybrid Inpatient Medicine/Family Medicine Data Collection Project: Comparing medical student attitudes toward family medicine before and after completion of an inpatient rotation with FM physicians
  • Withdrawing Care for an Unexpectedly Ill Patient: Interprofessional Simulations

Nathan Culmer, PhD

  • Faculty development for academic medicine
  • Psychiatry rotation evaluation and improvement