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Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses 17th Edition PDF

April Hazard Vallerand PhD, RN, FAAN (ag1605)
University Information
Title: Professor
Unit: Deans Office Nursing
Department: College of Nursing
Contact Information
313-577-0359
ahv@wayne.edu
5557 Cass Ave
242 Cohn Bldg.
Nursing
Detroit, 48202
College of Nursing
Program of Research title: The Maintenance and Improvement of Function in Patients with Chronic Pain and the Reduction of Pain-Related Disparities
Destination Statement:
My research is focused on the maintenance and improvement function in patients with chronic pain. I want them to be able to live their lives doing what’s important to them and what’s meaningful to them for as long as possible, if not forever.

Title: Director of the PhD Program, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor
Populations of interests:
Adults
Men and women
Minorities
Caregivers
Program of Research:
April Hazard Vallerand Ph.D., RN, FAAN, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor at Wayne State University, has focused her research on understanding the factors that affect functional status and the barriers to improving pain management for patients with pain in a variety of settings. Her latest research project, which was funded by the National Cancer Institute, focused on improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.

A recognized nursing leader and scholar, Dr. Vallerand is widely published on the topic of pain management, including: the maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain, pain-related disparities, cancer pain management, symptom clusters in patients with cancer, pharmacological management of pain, the use of opioids in the management of chronic pain, self-treatment of pain in the community, and the perceived control and coping in patients with chronic pain.

Office Address:
319 Cohn

Email: ahv@wayne.edu , ag1605@wayne.edu
Phone: 313-577-5724
Fax: 313-577-5777
Office Hours:
By appointment.

Bio Sketch:
April Hazard Vallerand PhD, RN, FAAN, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor at Wayne State University has focused her research on understanding the factors that affect functional status and the barriers to improving pain management in patients with pain in a variety of settings. Her current research project, which was funded by the National Cancer Institute, focuses on improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.

A recognized nursing leader and scholar, Dr. Vallerand is widely published on the topic of pain management, including: the maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain, pain-related disparities, cancer pain management, symptom clusters in patients with cancer, pharmacological management of pain, the use of opioids in the management of chronic pain, self-treatment of pain in the community, and the perceived control and coping in patients with chronic pain.

Dr. Vallerand earned her BSN from Mount St. Mary’s College, MSN from California State University, and PhD in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. She also held a postdoctoral fellowship in Psychosocial Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

Education:
BSN – Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles, CA
MSN – California State University, Los Angeles, CA
PhD Nursing – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Postgraduate-University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA #1 F31-NR06756
Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychosocial Oncology NIH/NINR #T32-NR2036
Research Interests:
The maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain
The identification and prevention of pain-related disparities
Perceived control over pain
Cancer pain management
Self-treatment of pain in the community
Pharmacological management of pain
The use of opioids in the management of chronic pain
Clinical Area(s) of Expertise:
Pain Management
Pharmacologic Management of Chronic Pain
The Use of Opioids to Manage Chronic Pain
Selected Publications:
(*data based; †with student)

Books

Vallerand, A.H. & Sanoski, C.A. (2017). Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses (15th ed.) Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Vallerand, A.H. & Sanoski, C.A. (2017). Nurse’s Med Deck (15th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis

Chapters

†Robinson, S.G., Vallerand, A.H., & Hall, K.P. (2014). Nursing care of patients in pain. In L.S. Williams & P.D. Hopper (Eds.), Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing, (5th ed, chapter 10). Philadelphia: FA Davis Co.

*Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M. & Templin, T. (2011). Improving cancer pain management in the home. In E, Chow & J. Merrick (Eds.). Advanced Cancer. Pain and Quality of Life. Nova Publishing.

Roop, J., Payne, J., & Vallerand, A.H. (2011). Theories and conceptual models to guide research. In C.R. King & P. S. Hinds (Eds.), Quality of life: From nursing and patient perspectives: Theory, research, and practice (3rd ed.). Boston: Jones & Bartlet.

Journal Articles

Jungquist, C.R., Vallerand, A.H. Sicoutris, C., Kwon, K.N., Polomano, R.C. (in press). Acute pain: A call for action. American Journal of Nursing.

†Kiernan, J., Vallerand, A.H. (in press). “Cancer as a Platform for Genetics Education in the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum.” Journal of Nursing Education.

*†Vallerand, A.H., Crawley, J., Pieper, B.A., Templin, T.N. (2016). “The perceived control over pain construct and functional status.” Pain Medicine, 17(4), 692-703..

Vallerand, A.H., Cosler, P., Henningfield, J.E., Galassini, P. (2015). “Pain management strategies and lessons from the military: A narrative review.” Pain Research Management, 20(5), 261-268.

†Oliver-McNeil, S. & Vallerand, A. (2015). “Palliative care: Good communication and cultural competency help treatment options discussion.”Nursing 2015 Critical Care: 10(2), 38-44.

*†Schim, S.M, Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M., Robinson, S.G. (2014). “Challenges to Recruitment of Urban African American Patients with Cancer Pain.” Palliative Medicine & Care: Open Access. 1(3), 1-5.

*†Vallerand, A.H., Pieper, B., Crawley, J., Nordstrom, C., & DiNardo, E. (2013). “The Effects of Pain and Its Association With Psychosocial Factors for Indigent Adults Enrolled in a Primary Care Clinic.” Clinical Journal of Pain. 29(10), 917-923.

Campbell, L.C., Meghani, S.H., Robinson, K., Vallerand, A., Schatman, M., & Sonty, N. (2012). “Challenges and Opportunities in Advancing Pain Management Disparities Research: Implications for Clinical Practice, Advocacy and Policy.” Journal of Pain,13(7), 611-619.

*Fouladbakhsh, J.A., Vallerand, A.H., Jenuwine, E.S. (2012). “Self-treatment of pain among adolescents in an urban community.” Pain Management Nursing, 13(2), 80-93.

Meghani, S.H., Polomano, R.C., Tait, R.C., Vallerand, A.H., Anderson, K.O., & Gallagher, R.M. (2012). “Advancing a national agenda to eliminate disparities in pain care: Directions for health policy, education, practice, and research.” Pain Medicine,13, 5-28.

†Vallerand, A.H., Musto, S., & Polomano, R.C. (2011). “Nursing’s role in cancer pain management.” Current Pain and Headache Reports, 15, 250-262.

*Fouladbakhsh, J.M. & Vallerand, A.H. (2011). “Nondrug Therapies For Pain Management Among Rural Older Adults.” Pain Management Nursing, 12(2), 70-81.

Honors and Awards:
2015 Advocacy Award from the American Society of Pain Management Nursing

Current Research:
Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M., Templin, T., & Shim, S.M. “Improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.” Funded by the National Cancer Institute, RO1 CA149432-01A1, 4/1/11-3/31/14. $1,078,000.00.

Courses Taught:
NUR 2060 Nursing Implications of Drug Administration
NUR 7555 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice
NUR 8210 Determinants of Health and Health Disparities: Focus on Urban Environments

April Hazard Vallerand PhD, RN, FAAN (ag1605)
University Information
Title: Professor
Unit: Deans Office Nursing
Department: College of Nursing
Contact Information
313-577-0359
ahv@wayne.edu
5557 Cass Ave
242 Cohn Bldg.
Nursing
Detroit, 48202
College of Nursing
Program of Research title: The Maintenance and Improvement of Function in Patients with Chronic Pain and the Reduction of Pain-Related Disparities
Destination Statement:
My research is focused on the maintenance and improvement function in patients with chronic pain. I want them to be able to live their lives doing what’s important to them and what’s meaningful to them for as long as possible, if not forever.

Title: Director of the PhD Program, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor
Populations of interests:
Adults
Men and women
Minorities
Caregivers
Program of Research:
April Hazard Vallerand Ph.D., RN, FAAN, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor at Wayne State University, has focused her research on understanding the factors that affect functional status and the barriers to improving pain management for patients with pain in a variety of settings. Her latest research project, which was funded by the National Cancer Institute, focused on improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.

A recognized nursing leader and scholar, Dr. Vallerand is widely published on the topic of pain management, including: the maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain, pain-related disparities, cancer pain management, symptom clusters in patients with cancer, pharmacological management of pain, the use of opioids in the management of chronic pain, self-treatment of pain in the community, and the perceived control and coping in patients with chronic pain.

Office Address:
319 Cohn

Email: ahv@wayne.edu , ag1605@wayne.edu
Phone: 313-577-5724
Fax: 313-577-5777
Office Hours:
By appointment.

Bio Sketch:
April Hazard Vallerand PhD, RN, FAAN, College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professor at Wayne State University has focused her research on understanding the factors that affect functional status and the barriers to improving pain management in patients with pain in a variety of settings. Her current research project, which was funded by the National Cancer Institute, focuses on improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.

A recognized nursing leader and scholar, Dr. Vallerand is widely published on the topic of pain management, including: the maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain, pain-related disparities, cancer pain management, symptom clusters in patients with cancer, pharmacological management of pain, the use of opioids in the management of chronic pain, self-treatment of pain in the community, and the perceived control and coping in patients with chronic pain.

Dr. Vallerand earned her BSN from Mount St. Mary’s College, MSN from California State University, and PhD in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. She also held a postdoctoral fellowship in Psychosocial Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

Education:
BSN – Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles, CA
MSN – California State University, Los Angeles, CA
PhD Nursing – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Postgraduate-University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA #1 F31-NR06756
Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychosocial Oncology NIH/NINR #T32-NR2036
Research Interests:
The maintenance and improvement of functional status in patients with chronic pain
The identification and prevention of pain-related disparities
Perceived control over pain
Cancer pain management
Self-treatment of pain in the community
Pharmacological management of pain
The use of opioids in the management of chronic pain
Clinical Area(s) of Expertise:
Pain Management
Pharmacologic Management of Chronic Pain
The Use of Opioids to Manage Chronic Pain
Selected Publications:
(*data based; †with student)

Books

Vallerand, A.H. & Sanoski, C.A. (2017). Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses (15th ed.) Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Vallerand, A.H. & Sanoski, C.A. (2017). Nurse’s Med Deck (15th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis

Chapters

†Robinson, S.G., Vallerand, A.H., & Hall, K.P. (2014). Nursing care of patients in pain. In L.S. Williams & P.D. Hopper (Eds.), Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing, (5th ed, chapter 10). Philadelphia: FA Davis Co.

*Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M. & Templin, T. (2011). Improving cancer pain management in the home. In E, Chow & J. Merrick (Eds.). Advanced Cancer. Pain and Quality of Life. Nova Publishing.

Roop, J., Payne, J., & Vallerand, A.H. (2011). Theories and conceptual models to guide research. In C.R. King & P. S. Hinds (Eds.), Quality of life: From nursing and patient perspectives: Theory, research, and practice (3rd ed.). Boston: Jones & Bartlet.

Journal Articles

Jungquist, C.R., Vallerand, A.H. Sicoutris, C., Kwon, K.N., Polomano, R.C. (in press). Acute pain: A call for action. American Journal of Nursing.

†Kiernan, J., Vallerand, A.H. (in press). “Cancer as a Platform for Genetics Education in the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum.” Journal of Nursing Education.

*†Vallerand, A.H., Crawley, J., Pieper, B.A., Templin, T.N. (2016). “The perceived control over pain construct and functional status.” Pain Medicine, 17(4), 692-703..

Vallerand, A.H., Cosler, P., Henningfield, J.E., Galassini, P. (2015). “Pain management strategies and lessons from the military: A narrative review.” Pain Research Management, 20(5), 261-268.

†Oliver-McNeil, S. & Vallerand, A. (2015). “Palliative care: Good communication and cultural competency help treatment options discussion.”Nursing 2015 Critical Care: 10(2), 38-44.

*†Schim, S.M, Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M., Robinson, S.G. (2014). “Challenges to Recruitment of Urban African American Patients with Cancer Pain.” Palliative Medicine & Care: Open Access. 1(3), 1-5.

*†Vallerand, A.H., Pieper, B., Crawley, J., Nordstrom, C., & DiNardo, E. (2013). “The Effects of Pain and Its Association With Psychosocial Factors for Indigent Adults Enrolled in a Primary Care Clinic.” Clinical Journal of Pain. 29(10), 917-923.

Campbell, L.C., Meghani, S.H., Robinson, K., Vallerand, A., Schatman, M., & Sonty, N. (2012). “Challenges and Opportunities in Advancing Pain Management Disparities Research: Implications for Clinical Practice, Advocacy and Policy.” Journal of Pain,13(7), 611-619.

*Fouladbakhsh, J.A., Vallerand, A.H., Jenuwine, E.S. (2012). “Self-treatment of pain among adolescents in an urban community.” Pain Management Nursing, 13(2), 80-93.

Meghani, S.H., Polomano, R.C., Tait, R.C., Vallerand, A.H., Anderson, K.O., & Gallagher, R.M. (2012). “Advancing a national agenda to eliminate disparities in pain care: Directions for health policy, education, practice, and research.” Pain Medicine,13, 5-28.

†Vallerand, A.H., Musto, S., & Polomano, R.C. (2011). “Nursing’s role in cancer pain management.” Current Pain and Headache Reports, 15, 250-262.

*Fouladbakhsh, J.M. & Vallerand, A.H. (2011). “Nondrug Therapies For Pain Management Among Rural Older Adults.” Pain Management Nursing, 12(2), 70-81.

Honors and Awards:
2015 Advocacy Award from the American Society of Pain Management Nursing

Current Research:
Vallerand, A.H., Hasenau, S.M., Templin, T., & Shim, S.M. “Improving functional status in African Americans with cancer pain.” Funded by the National Cancer Institute, RO1 CA149432-01A1, 4/1/11-3/31/14. $1,078,000.00.

Courses Taught:
NUR 2060 Nursing Implications of Drug Administration
NUR 7555 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice
NUR 8210 Determinants of Health and Health Disparities: Focus on Urban Environments

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ F.A. Davis Company; Seventeenth edition (May 21, 2020)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 1488 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 171964005X
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1719640053
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