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Research presented at National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel

Dr. Rhoda Owens and research assistant Mary Labuhn
Dr. Rhoda Owens and research assistant Mary Labuhn with the poster presented as part of the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel Conference.
Last month, collaborative research results on Tissue Perfusion and Pain Among Healthy Adults: A Comparison of Three Surgical Surfaces were presented at the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Dr. Rhoda Owens
Dr. Rhoda Owens presents at the conference. The abstract was selected by the conference committee as one of just four poster abstracts to give an oral presentation to all attendees.

The research was conducted as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration between the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines and the UND Biomedical Engineering Department. The conference committee also selected the abstract as one of four poster abstracts to be presented as an oral presentation to all attendees.

CNPD faculty Dr. Dawn Denny and Dr. Rhoda Owens served as Co-Principal Investigators (PIs) in this research study. The researchers would like to recognize CNPD consultants Dr. Darlene Hanson, Dr. Jamie Sperle, and Dr. Kevin Buettner. In addition, they would like to thank Thin Air, LLC, for supporting the dissemination of the work.

Owens, R. A., Denny, D. L., Labuhn, M., Fakir, M. H., Vetsch, C., Moreno, V. L., Hanson, D., & Tavakolian, P. “Tissue Perfusion and Pain Among Healthy Adults: A Comparison of Three Surgical Surfaces.” Selected for presentation at the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel Conference, SanAntonio, TX, February 16, 2024 (Poster and Oral Podium Presentations)

 

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