Assistant Professor of Nursing
Fellow, UVa Center for Design and Health
The effect of built environment on the health of vulnerable populations
Nursing Administration, Healthcare Management, Management Communication, Nursing Research in Clinical Settings
DeGuzman, P.B., Akosah, K.O., Simpson, A.G., Barbieri, K.E., Megginson, G.C., Goldberg, R.I., & Beller, G.A. (2012). Sub-optimal achievement of guideline-derived lipid goals in management of diabetic patients with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, despite high use of evidence-based therapies. Diabetes & Vascular Disease Research, 9(2), 138-145.
DeGuzman, P.B., & Kulbok, P.A. (2012). Changing health outcomes of vulnerable populations through nursing's influence on neighborhood built environment: A framework for nursing research. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 44(4), 34-348. doi:10.1111/j.1547-5069.2012.01470.x.
DeGuzman, P.B., & Keeling, A.W. (2011). Addressing disparities in access to care: Lessons from the Kercheval Street clinic in the 1960s. Policy, Politics and Nursing Practice, 12(4), 199-207.
DeGuzman, P. (2008). Legislated nurse staffing ratios: What you need to know. Virginia Nurses Today, 16(1), 3.
DeGuzman, P.B., & McCaskill, C. (2008). Evaluating peripheral IV guidelines for the outpatient setting. AAACN ViewPoint, 30(4), 4-5.
Simpson, A.G., DeGuzman, P.B., Barbieri, K.E., Parks, C.M., Megginson, G.C., & Viette, C.R. (2008). Implementation of an electronic health record with an embedded quality improvement program to improve the longitudinal care of outpatients with coronary artery disease. Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management, 15(7), 338-343.
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