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Pearman Parker

CredentialsRegistered Nurse
TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentNursing Research, College of Nursing
DivisionCollege of Nursing Research
Address220 UAMS Campus Dr.
Mail Slot # 529
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-661-7901
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0003-1832-0945 Additional info
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    University of Georgia, Athens, GAABJ08/2007Journalism
    University of Georgia, Athens, GAMPH08/2009Public Health
    University of South Carolina, Columbia, SCBSN05/2013Nursing
    University of South Carolina, Columbia, SCPhD08/2018Nursing Science
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    R21NR021063     (LIPSCHITZ, RILEY)Jan 24, 2024 - Dec 31, 2025
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Nursing Research
    Equitable Standards of Care Delivery in Team-Based Risk Stratification of CHF Hospitalizations
    Role: Principal Investigator

    KL2TR003108     (Pearman Parker)Aug 1, 2019 - Jul 30, 2021
    NIH/NCATS; Arkansas Breast Cancer Research Foundation
    An exploration of the perceptions of cancer educational materials for young women with breast cancer and implications for material development
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Parker PD, McSweeney JC, McQueen A, Jin J, Bryant-Smith G, Henry-Tillman R. "I'm Not Fighting Anymore So What Do I Do Now?" Young Women's Challenges While Transitioning Out of Active Breast Cancer Treatment and into Survivorship. Inquiry. 2023 Jan-Dec; 60:469580231164230. PMID: 37039391.
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    2. Tripathi SD, Parker PD, Prabhu AV, Thomas K, Rodriguez A. An Examination of Patients and Caregivers on Reddit Navigating Brain Cancer: Content Analysis of the Brain Tumor Subreddit. JMIR Cancer. 2022 Jun 22; 8(2):e35324. PMID: 35731559.
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    3. Parker PD, McSweeney JC, Hadden KB, Hess KG. Revising Recruitment for Focus Groups to Meet Shifting Needs During COVID-19. Nurs Res. 2022 Mar-Apr 01; 71(2):158-163. PMID: 35212499.
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    4. Bachu VS, Mahjoub H, Holler AE, Crihalmeanu T, Bachu DM, Ayyaswami V, Parker PD, Prabhu AV. Assessing COVID-19 Health Information on Google Using the Quality Evaluation Scoring Tool (QUEST): Cross-sectional and Readability Analysis. JMIR Form Res. 2022 Feb 11; 6(2):e32443. PMID: 34995206.
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    5. Parker PD, Prabhu AV, Su LJ, Zorn KK, Greene CJ, Hadden KB, McSweeney JC. What's in Between the Lines: Assessing the Readability, Understandability, and Actionability in Breast Cancer Survivorship Print Materials. J Cancer Educ. 2022 10; 37(5):1532-1539. PMID: 33822316.
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    6. Parker PD, Heiney SP, Friedman DB, Adams SA, Dawson RM. The Experience of Chemotherapy Teaching and Readability of Chemotherapy Educational Materials for Women with Breast Cancer. J Cancer Educ. 2021 02; 36(1):47-55. PMID: 31392598.
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    7. Parker PD, Heiney SP, Adams SA, Friedman DB, Dawson RM. Factors influencing chemotherapy knowledge in women with breast cancer. Appl Nurs Res. 2020 12; 56:151335. PMID: 32739071.
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    8. Lawrence, M., Chargualaf, K.A., Parker, P.D., & Nagel, C. Learning never stops: Evaluation of peer teachers in high fidelity simulation. Nursing Forum. 2020.
    9. Heiney SP, Donevant SB, Arp Adams S, Parker PD, Chen H, Levkoff S. A Smartphone App for Self-Management of Heart Failure in Older African Americans: Feasibility and Usability Study. JMIR Aging. 2020 Apr 03; 3(1):e17142. PMID: 32242822.
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    10. Parker, P., McSweeney, J., Zorn, K., Hadden, K., Greene, C., Su, L., & Meade, C. . Journal of Clinical and Translational Science. An exploration of the perceptions of young women with breast cancer with varying health literacy levels about the usefulness of cancer educational materials. 2020; 4(S1):56-57.
    11. Heiney SP, Parker PD, Felder TM, Adams SA, Omofuma OO, Hulett JM. A systematic review of interventions to improve adherence to endocrine therapy. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2019 Feb; 173(3):499-510. PMID: 30387003.
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    12. Parker PD, Heiney SP, Friedman DB, Felder TM, Estrada RD, Harris EH, Adams SA. How are health literacy principles incorporated into breast cancer chemotherapy education? A review of the literature. J Nurs Educ Pract. 2018; 8(6):77-84. PMID: 31131068.
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    13. Felder TM, Estrada RD, Quinn JC, Phelps KW, Parker PD, Heiney SP. Expectations and reality: perceptions of support among African American breast cancer survivors. Ethn Health. 2019 10; 24(7):737-753. PMID: 28870098.
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    14. Hayne, P.D.P., Adams, S.A., Heiney, S.P. . The relationships between psychosocial factors and group climate in African American women with breast cancer. Journal of Oncology Navigation and Survivorship. 2017; 8(8):362-367.
    15. Fairchild, A., Heiney, S.P., Baruth, M., Tavakoli, A., Hayne, P.D.P., & Lasky, H. Mediators of social connection in a group teleconference intervention. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice. 2017; 31(2):121-136.
    16. Heiney SP, Gullatte M, Hayne PD, Powe B, Habing B. Fatalism Revisited: Further Psychometric Testing Across Two Studies. J Relig Health. 2016 Aug; 55(4):1472-81. PMID: 26661622.
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    17. Heiney, S.P., Gullatte, M., Hayne, P.D., Powe, B., & Habing, B. Fatalism revisited: Further psychometric testing across two samples. Journal of Religion and Health. 2016; 55(4):1472-1481.
    18. Heiney SP, Reavis K, Tavakoli AS, Adams SA, Hayne PD, Weinrich SP. The Impact of STORY on Depression and Fatigue in African-American Women with Breast Cancer. J Natl Black Nurses Assoc. 2015 Jul; 26(1):1-7. PMID: 26371354.
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    19. Heiney, S. P., Reavis, K., Tavakoli, A. S., Adams, S. A., Hayne, P. D., & Weinrich, S. P. . The impact of STORY on depression and fatigue in African-American women with breast cancer. Journal of the National Black Nurses Association. 2015; 26(1):1-7.
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