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Johannah Uriri-Glover

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Clinical Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3020
Biography: 

Johannah Glover is a Clinical Professor and Program Coordinator of the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation Master in Aging program, at Arizona State University. Currently teaching in the DNP and MS in Aging programs. She completed her Ph.D. at Oregon Health and Science University, in Nursing Research and specializing in Gerontological Nursing Research and Research Methodology. Her postdoctoral studies were at the Medical University of South Carolina in the College of Medicine Department of Mental Health and Aging and the Department of Biometry, Epidemiology, & Informatics. Areas of expertise are in  Gerontological Nursing and clinical research.  

 Research interests include developing interventions that will assist family caregivers with providing care to persons with dementia. The interventions are designed to reduce caregiver strain and promote quality of care for persons diagnosed with dementia. Research has included bathing and sleep studies targeting family caregivers of persons with dementia.

She currently serves on the ASU Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation Personnel Committee and President of Downtown Campus Senate, serving on the Senate Executive Board, University Academic Council, and the Arizona Faculties Council. Former chairperson of the Student/Faculty Policy Committee and past member of the Senate Committee on Committees. Currently, serves as a member of the board of directors of the National Gerontological Center for Nursing Excellence. Before being elected to the board, served as one of the co-chairs of the National Gerontological Center for Nursing Excellence's 2021 Leadership Conference Planning Committee. Vice President of the board of directors Disciples of Arizona Homes, overseeing a low-income housing complex for disabled and older adults.  Past chairperson of the Board of Directors of The Area Agency on Aging Region One/Maricopa County. Serve on Board of Directors of National Coalition 100 Black Women/ Phoenix, as the corresponding secretary. Lastly, served in the role of past chair of the African American Advisory Committee to the Tempe History Museum. Serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Gerontological Nursing Research. She is a 2021 inductee of the American Academy of Nursing, from the state of Arizona.

Fax: 
602/496-1278
Education: 

Ph.D., Oregon Health and Science University 2002. Minor, gerontological nursing research and research methodology.

Post-Doctoral Training, Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Mental Health and Aging 2005.

MSCR with specialization in clinical research, Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Biometry, Epidemiology and Informatics, 2005.

MNSc. Master’s in nursing science specialized in Gerontological Nursing (nursing care of older adults) and a minor in nursing administration, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 1992

B.S.N. and Nurse Practitioner Certificate, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 1987

Research Interests: 

Interested in developing and testing caregiving interventions that help family caregivers better care for  persons with dementia  at home or in longterm care settings and  ease caregiving burden. Also, increasing exercise in community dwelling  older adults .

 

 

 

Publications: 
  • Glover, J.U. (2017). Deficient Fluid Volume. In Maas, M., Specht, J., Mobily, P., Schoenfelder, D., & Stineman, A. (Eds.).Care of older persons for optimum quality of life: Nursing diagnoses, outcomes, and interventions (Vol. 3) Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa College of Nursing Barbara and Richard Csomay Center for Gerontological Excellence
  • Allen, A, Coon, D., Uriri-Glover J. (2013). Sleep disturbance in older adults in inpatient rehabilita                       Journal of Rehabilitation Nursing , 38;( 5), 221–230.
  • Uriri-Glover, J. McCarthy, M., Cesarotti, E. (2012).CE Connection Alzheimer disease: What the evidence   shows.  Nursing Management, Practitioner, 43, (11). 26-31.
  • Uriri-Glover, J. McCarthy, M., Cesarotti, E. (2012).  Solving the puzzle of Alzheimer disease. Nurse Practitioner,  37, (9) 5-56.
  • *Laura J Blank, L. J.,* Benyo, E. B. Glover Uriri, J. (2012). The use of a medication tool to ensure continuity of care in transitioning between care levels Journal of Geriatric Nursing.
  • Uriri-Glover, J. McCarthy, M., Cesarotti, E. (2012).Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological
    Management of Patients with Dementia. Nurse Practitioner.
  • Campesino M., Ruiz, E. Glover, U. J., Koithan, M (2011). Surgical treatment differences among African-American and Latino breast cancer survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum, 3, 4, .E324-E31. Data driven.
  • Campesino M., Ruiz, E. Glover, U. J., Koithan, M. (2009) Counter narratives of Mexican-Origin Women with Breast Cancer. Advances in Nursing Science, 32 ( 2), E57?E67. Data driven.
  • Rader, J., Barrick, A. L., Hoeffer, B., Sloane, P. D., McKenzie, D., Talerico, K. A., Glover Uriri, J. (2006).The bathing of older adults with dementia: Easing the unnecessarily unpleasant aspects of assisted bathing. American Journal of Nursing, 106(4), 40-48.
Research Activity: 
Summer 2022
Course NumberCourse Title
HCA 505InterdiscCommunityCollabAging
DNP 705Health Care Outcomes Mgmt
Spring 2022
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 707Disseminating Evidence
Fall 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HCA 501Perspectives on Aging/Life
Summer 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HCA 503Diversity in Aging
HCI 538Innovation and the Individual
HCR 598Special Topics
DNP 705Health Care Outcomes Mgmt
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Spring 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HCA 501Perspectives on Aging/Life
DNP 602Evaluating Research Practice
DNP 707Disseminating Evidence
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Fall 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
HCA 501Perspectives on Aging/Life
DNP 679BiostatPrincipleStatsInference
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Summer 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 705Health Care Outcomes Mgmt
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Spring 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 704Principls Evidence Based-Care
DNP 707Disseminating Evidence
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 601Theoretical Foundations
DNP 679BiostatPrincipleStatsInference
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Summer 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 705Health Care Outcomes Mgmt
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 704Principls Evidence Based-Care
DNP 707Disseminating Evidence
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 601Theoretical Foundations
DNP 679BiostatPrincipleStatsInference
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 705Health Care Outcomes Mgmt
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 704Principls Evidence Based-Care
DNP 707Disseminating Evidence
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
DNP 601Theoretical Foundations
DNP 679BiostatPrincipleStatsInference
DNP 703Scholarly Writing
DNP 712Clinical Residency&Management
Presentations: 

Aging Courses

Biostatistics

Nursing Reseach

Evidence Based Practice

Honors / Awards: 
  • 2018 Service Award African American Advisory Committee Tempe Museum
  • 2017  Highlighted in Region 1Area Agency on Aging  Newsletter
  • 2017  Senator Spotlight ASU Senate
  • 2016 All God’s Children Collectors Club of Arizona, initiated Dr. Johannah Uriri Glover’s Mary Mahoney Scholarship awarded to undergraduate nursing students.  Three nursing students have been awarded the scholarship and two of three awardees have graduated with a BSN in nursing.
  • 2015  Outstanding Reviewer Achieved:  The Journal of Geriatric Nursing September,2015. Within the top 10th percentile of reviewers for the Journal, in terms of the number of manuscript reviews completed in the last two years.
  • 2015 The Notable African-American Men and Women of Arizona Mary Mahoney Award, sponsored by Arizona All of God’s Children Collectors’ Club. The award represents first black nurse.2006 Mary Louise Williams Award, Arkansas Pulaski County 5th District Court CYCLE Breakers Program.
  • 2006 - Hartford Institute Geriatric Nursing Research Scholars Program, The John A. Hartford Foundation Institute for Geriatric Nursing. Sponsored by the New York University College of Nursing.
  • 2006 - Summer Research Institute in Geriatric Psychiatry Sponsored by Geriatric Psychiatry Research Center
    Department of Psychiatry, USCD School of Medicine and Psychiatry Service, VA Healthcare System.
  • 1996 - The American Red Cross’ Nurses Pin.
Professional Associations: 

Fellow American Academy of Nursing

Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society.

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History: 

DNP Students

ASU Barrett Honor Students

MS in Aging Students

Work History: 

Arizona State University EdsonCollege of Nursing Since 2006

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