• 239 Citations
  • 9 h-Index
20102019
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Personal profile

Research Interests

Dr. Young’s primary research interest focuses on identifying and developing effective and personalized self-management strategies to promote cardiovascular health and reduce risk factors in population living with multiple chronic and complex conditions. Her secondary research interest is to develop team-based system and data sharing network in rural healthcare setting to support self-management of population with chronic conditions. Dr. Young has extensive training and expertise at the following research methodologies: cost-effective analysis, meta-analysis, systematic review and structure equation modeling. Her future research goal is to develop program research in discovering interactions between genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors, leading to implementation of effective self-management strategies to promote cardiovascular health and healthy aging. The long-term research goal is to assist the development of Center for Nursing Epigenetics and Healthy Living.

Teaching

PhD program: Quantitative Research Designs and Methods; Measurement in Health Research

Publications

  1. Lien, S-Y., Young, L., Gau, B-S., & Shiao*, SYP. (2016)  Meta-prediction of MTHFR Gene Polymorphism-Mutations and Risks on Leukemia for Population Health in the World. Oncotarget. 2016. http://www.impactjournals.com/oncotarget/index.php?journal=oncotarget&page=article&op=view&path[]=13876&author-preview=apg
  2. Young, L. (2016) The Impact of Self-Management Knowledge and Support on the Relationships among Self-Efficacy, Patient Activation, and Self-Management in Rural Patients with Heart Failure" (NIHMS827920, Publ.ID: JCN-D-16-00115)
  3. Young, L., Kupzyk, K., Parker, B., McCall, A., Hergott, C., & Blagg, M. (2016). Develop and test a palliative care screening tool for rural patients with serious chronic illnesses: a study protocol. International Journal of Clinical Trial, 3(4)  http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3259.ijct20163959
  4. Young, L., Gilbert, C., Kim, J., Seo, Y., Wilson F.A., & Chen, L.W.  (2016). Examining Characteristics of Hospitalizations in Heart Failure Patients: Results from the 2009 All-payer Data. Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention,2: 037.
  5. Young, L., Hertzog, M., & Barnason, S. (2016). Effects of a home-based activation intervention on self-management adherence and readmission in rural heart failure patients: the PATCH randomized controlled trial. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders16(1), 176.
  6. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V.  (2015). Conducting behavioral intervention research in rural communities: Barriers and strategies to recruiting and retaining heart failure patients in studies. Nursing and Health Care, 1(1), 1-8.
  7. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V. (2015). Review strategies to recruit and retain rural patient participating self-management behavior trials. The Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy, 10(2), 1-12.
  8. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Kupzyk, K. (2015). Mechanism of engaging self-management behavior in rural heart failure patients. Applied Nursing Research, 30, 222-227.
  9. Young, L., Healey, K., Charlton, M., Schmid, K., Zabad, R., & Wester, R. (2015). A home-based comprehensive care model in patients with multiple sclerosis: A study pre-protocol. F1000Research, 4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.7040.1
  10. Young, L., Montgomery, M., Barnason, S., Schmidt, C., & Do, V. (2015). A conceptual framework for barriers to the recruitment and retention of rural CVD participants in behavior intervention trials. GSTF Journal of Nursing and Health Care2(2), 19-24. doi:10.5176/2010-4804_2.2.71
  11. Young, L., Kim, J., Wang, H., & Chen, L. W. (2015). Examining factors influencing colorectal cancer screening of rural Nebraskans using data from clinics participating in an accountable care organization: A study protocol. F1000Research4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.6782.1
  12. Do V, Young, L., Barnason, S., & Tran, H. (2015). Relationships between activation level, knowledge, self-efficacy, and self-management behavior in heart failure patients discharged from rural hospitals. F1000Research4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.6557.1
  13. Young, L., & Barnason, S. (2015). Uptake of dietary sodium restriction by overweight and obese patients after cardiac revascularization. Rehabilitation Nursing, 41, 149-157. doi:10.1002/rnj.205
  14. Young, L., Barnason, S., Hays, K., & Do, V. (2015). Nurse practitioner–led medication reconciliation in critical access hospitals. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners11(5), 511-518. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nurpra.2015.03.005
  15. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V. (2015). Promoting self-management through adherence among heart failure patients discharged from rural hospitals: A study protocol [version 2; referees: 2 approved, 1 approved with reservations]. F1000Research3, 1-14. doi:10.12688/f1000research.5998.2
  16. Young L.,  Barnason S. (2014). Older patients’ perception and experience with lifestyle changes following cardiac revascularization. American Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10(1), 30-38. Retrieved from http://www.aapsus.org/journals
  17. Young, L., Zimmerman, L., Pozehl, B., Barnason, S., & Wang, H. (2012). Cost-effectiveness of a symptom management intervention: Improving physical activity in older women following coronary artery bypass surgery. Nursing Economic$, 30(2), 94–103. Retrieved from http://www.nursingeconomics.net/cgi-bin/WebObjects/NECJournal.woa
  18. Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., & Young L. (2012). An integrative review of interventions promoting self-care of patients with heart failure. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(3-4), 448-475. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03907.x
  19. Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., Nieveen, J., Schulz, P., & Young, L. (2012). Patient recovery and transitions after hospitalization for acute cardiac events: An integrative review. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 27(2), 175-191. doi:10.1097/JCN.0b013e318239f5f5
  20. Zimmerman, L., Barnason, S., Hertzog, M., Young, L., Nieveen, J., Schulz, P., & Tu, C. (2011). Gender differences in recovery outcomes after an early recovery symptom management intervention. Heart Lung, 40(5), 429-439. doi:10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.07.018

Teaching

PhD program: Quantitative Research Designs and Methods; Measurement in Health Research

Research Interests

Dr. Young’s primary research interest focuses on identifying and developing effective and personalized self-management strategies to promote cardiovascular health and reduce risk factors in population living with multiple chronic and complex conditions. Her secondary research interest is to develop team-based system and data sharing network in rural healthcare setting to support self-management of population with chronic conditions. Dr. Young has extensive training and expertise at the following research methodologies: cost-effective analysis, meta-analysis, systematic review and structure equation modeling. Her future research goal is to develop program research in discovering interactions between genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors, leading to implementation of effective self-management strategies to promote cardiovascular health and healthy aging. The long-term research goal is to assist the development of Center for Nursing Epigenetics and Healthy Living.

Publications

  1. Lien, S-Y., Young, L., Gau, B-S., & Shiao*, SYP. (2016)  Meta-prediction of MTHFR Gene Polymorphism-Mutations and Risks on Leukemia for Population Health in the World. Oncotarget. 2016. http://www.impactjournals.com/oncotarget/index.php?journal=oncotarget&page=article&op=view&path[]=13876&author-preview=apg
  2. Young, L. (2016) The Impact of Self-Management Knowledge and Support on the Relationships among Self-Efficacy, Patient Activation, and Self-Management in Rural Patients with Heart Failure" (NIHMS827920, Publ.ID: JCN-D-16-00115)
  3. Young, L., Kupzyk, K., Parker, B., McCall, A., Hergott, C., & Blagg, M. (2016). Develop and test a palliative care screening tool for rural patients with serious chronic illnesses: a study protocol. International Journal of Clinical Trial, 3(4)  http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3259.ijct20163959
  4. Young, L., Gilbert, C., Kim, J., Seo, Y., Wilson F.A., & Chen, L.W.  (2016). Examining Characteristics of Hospitalizations in Heart Failure Patients: Results from the 2009 All-payer Data. Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention,2: 037.
  5. Young, L., Hertzog, M., & Barnason, S. (2016). Effects of a home-based activation intervention on self-management adherence and readmission in rural heart failure patients: the PATCH randomized controlled trial. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders16(1), 176.
  6. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V.  (2015). Conducting behavioral intervention research in rural communities: Barriers and strategies to recruiting and retaining heart failure patients in studies. Nursing and Health Care, 1(1), 1-8.
  7. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V. (2015). Review strategies to recruit and retain rural patient participating self-management behavior trials. The Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy, 10(2), 1-12.
  8. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Kupzyk, K. (2015). Mechanism of engaging self-management behavior in rural heart failure patients. Applied Nursing Research, 30, 222-227.
  9. Young, L., Healey, K., Charlton, M., Schmid, K., Zabad, R., & Wester, R. (2015). A home-based comprehensive care model in patients with multiple sclerosis: A study pre-protocol. F1000Research, 4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.7040.1
  10. Young, L., Montgomery, M., Barnason, S., Schmidt, C., & Do, V. (2015). A conceptual framework for barriers to the recruitment and retention of rural CVD participants in behavior intervention trials. GSTF Journal of Nursing and Health Care2(2), 19-24. doi:10.5176/2010-4804_2.2.71
  11. Young, L., Kim, J., Wang, H., & Chen, L. W. (2015). Examining factors influencing colorectal cancer screening of rural Nebraskans using data from clinics participating in an accountable care organization: A study protocol. F1000Research4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.6782.1
  12. Do V, Young, L., Barnason, S., & Tran, H. (2015). Relationships between activation level, knowledge, self-efficacy, and self-management behavior in heart failure patients discharged from rural hospitals. F1000Research4, 1-11. doi:10.12688/f1000research.6557.1
  13. Young, L., & Barnason, S. (2015). Uptake of dietary sodium restriction by overweight and obese patients after cardiac revascularization. Rehabilitation Nursing, 41, 149-157. doi:10.1002/rnj.205
  14. Young, L., Barnason, S., Hays, K., & Do, V. (2015). Nurse practitioner–led medication reconciliation in critical access hospitals. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners11(5), 511-518. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nurpra.2015.03.005
  15. Young, L., Barnason, S., & Do, V. (2015). Promoting self-management through adherence among heart failure patients discharged from rural hospitals: A study protocol [version 2; referees: 2 approved, 1 approved with reservations]. F1000Research3, 1-14. doi:10.12688/f1000research.5998.2
  16. Young L.,  Barnason S. (2014). Older patients’ perception and experience with lifestyle changes following cardiac revascularization. American Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10(1), 30-38. Retrieved from http://www.aapsus.org/journals
  17. Young, L., Zimmerman, L., Pozehl, B., Barnason, S., & Wang, H. (2012). Cost-effectiveness of a symptom management intervention: Improving physical activity in older women following coronary artery bypass surgery. Nursing Economic$, 30(2), 94–103. Retrieved from http://www.nursingeconomics.net/cgi-bin/WebObjects/NECJournal.woa
  18. Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., & Young L. (2012). An integrative review of interventions promoting self-care of patients with heart failure. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(3-4), 448-475. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03907.x
  19. Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., Nieveen, J., Schulz, P., & Young, L. (2012). Patient recovery and transitions after hospitalization for acute cardiac events: An integrative review. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 27(2), 175-191. doi:10.1097/JCN.0b013e318239f5f5
  20. Zimmerman, L., Barnason, S., Hertzog, M., Young, L., Nieveen, J., Schulz, P., & Tu, C. (2011). Gender differences in recovery outcomes after an early recovery symptom management intervention. Heart Lung, 40(5), 429-439. doi:10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.07.018

Education/Academic qualification

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Aug 21 2006Dec 8 2010

Xi'An Jiaotong University

Sep 2 1988Jul 9 1993

Keywords

  • RT Nursing
  • Self-management,
  • symptom
  • functioning
  • personalized health
  • epigentic
  • cardiovascular
  • nutrigenomics
  • patient activation
  • evidence-based practice
  • patient centered medical home
  • meta-analysis
  • cost-effectiveness
  • structural equation modeling
  • rural healthcare transformation

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Research Output 2010 2019

  • 239 Citations
  • 9 h-Index
  • 30 Article
  • 2 Chapter
  • 1 Review article

Correlates of Student Performance during Low Stakes Simulation

Burbach, B. E., Struwe, L. A., Young, L. & Cohen, M. Z., Jan 1 2019, In : Journal of Professional Nursing. 35, 1, p. 44-50 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Self Efficacy
Anxiety
Students
Nursing Care
Nursing Education
Yoga
Osteoarthritis
Resistance Training
Pain
Exercise
Low Back Pain
Psychology
Pain
Meta-Analysis
Confidence Intervals
Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (NADPH2)
Air Pollution
Myocardial Ischemia
Meta-Analysis
Tunisia
7 Citations (Scopus)

Barriers and Facilitators of Colorectal Cancer Screening for Patients of Rural Accountable Care Organization Clinics: A Multilevel Analysis

Wang, H., Qiu, F., Gregg, A., Chen, B., Kim, J., Young, L., Wan, N. & Chen, L. W., Mar 1 2018, In : Journal of Rural Health. 34, 2, p. 202-212 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Accountable Care Organizations
Multilevel Analysis
Early Detection of Cancer
Colorectal Neoplasms
Insurance Coverage