Robin Bartlett

**Education: BSN and MSN, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; PhD, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. **Research interests include: problem behaviors in children and adolescents, risk and protection, interventions to help children with AD/HD and other behavior problems, and OPT teaching methodology.

There are 28 included publications by Robin Bartlett :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Assuring the integrity of the family: being the father of a very low birth weight infant 2009 168 Aim. The purpose of this study was to explore the paternal role of fathers of very low birth weight infants during their first year of life.

Background. Following birth, very low birth weight infants often require extended hospitalisation and ...
Building evidence for the development of clinical reasoning using a rating tool with the Outcome-Present State-Test (OPT) Model 2009 150 As nurses strive to adopt evidence-based practice, those who teach nursing must provide evidence of student learning, both in class and in clinical practicums. The purpose of this study was to describe the use of a tool to rate students’ work in medi...
Clusters of problem behaviors in adolescents 2005 165 This study was designed to examine clusters of problem behaviors in a sample from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health at two time points. The technique employed was a person-oriented approach, cluster analysis. Three clusters were id...
A Common Language Is So Basic! 2011 112 It seems obvious that a person seeking care of any type should have a caregiver who speaks that person's language. Unfortunately, that does not always happen in the mono-lingual US, where a sizable minority, more than 8.5% of those aged 5 years and o...
Developmental problems and interactions between mothers and prematurely born infants 2000 46 This study explored how the developmental status of 49 3-year-old prematurely born children related to the interactions between these children and their mothers. Two 2-hour observations of mother-child interactions, the Home Observation for Measureme...
Enclosed Versus Open Nursing Stations in Adult Acute Care Psychiatric Settings: Does the Design Affect the Therapeutic Milieu? 2012 4300 Specific efforts by hospital accreditation organizations encourage renovation of nursing stations, so nurses can better see, attend, and care for their patients. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of nursing station design on the the...
Evaluation of the Outcome-Present State Test Model as a Way to Teach Clinical Reasoning 2008 8863 The Outcome-Present State Test (OPT) Model of Clinical Reasoning is a nursing process model designed to help students develop clinical reasoning skills. Although many nurse educators are using the OPT model as a teaching strategy, few are formally ev...
Exploring Child Welfare Workers' Attitudes and Practice With Fathers 2014 179 This cross-sectional study explored child welfare agency workers' attitudes and practice regarding working with fathers whose children are at-risk for abuse and neglect. Agency workers completed a questionnaire about their attitudes towards working w...
Feasibility and Initial Efficacy Testing of an HIV Prevention Intervention for Black Adolescent Girls 2010 984 HIV is disproportionately prevalent among Blacks. Black women most often contract HIV from having risky sex, and adolescence is a time when risky sex behaviors peak. This study tested the feasibility and initial efficacy of an intervention designed t...
Feasibility testing a family level intervention to prevent risky sex behaviors among middle school age Latinas 2018 156 Purpose: In this article, we report a pilot study that tested the feasibility and initial efficacy of a culturally, linguistically, and developmentally tailored risky sex prevention intervention for middle school–age Latinas and their mothers. Design...
How patients and nurses experience an open versus enclosed nursing station on an inpatient psychiatric unit 2015 92 The inpatient environment is a critical space for nurses and patients in psychiatric settings. In this article, we describe nurses’ and patients’ perceptions of the inpatient environment both before the removal of a Plexiglas enclosure around a nurse...
I have always felt different:The experience of childhood AD/HD 2008 2801 Childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most important psychiatric problems of our time. This study examined the experience of childhood ADHD within the contexts that are most significant to this age group—home, school...
Implementation and Testing of the OPT Model as a Teaching Strategy in an Undergraduate Nursing Course 2009 9146 To prepare nurses to use rapidly advancing technology, deal with complex change, and employ highlevel thinking and sound reasoning skills in today’s complex health care culture (Simpson & Courtney, 2002), critical thinking skills are needed. In fact,...
Integrating students into interdisciplinary health and health disparities research teams 2017 78 Major initiatives by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as well as the World Health Organization have produced a large and compelling body of evidence on how to reduce health disparities, which entails having a clear understanding of ho...
Interdisciplinary collaboration: The need to revisit 2008 81 Given the complexity of the health care system and the prevalence of acute and chronic mental illnesses, multi-system interventions from an interdisciplinary team of health care providers are necessary to address the needs of individuals in psychiatr...
Mentoring and being mentored: Both are empowering 2017 61 Being mentored and mentoring others are essential for the development of nurses and the nursing profession. These activities reflect core areas of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI), which include education, leadership...
Perspectives of College Students on their Childhood ADHD 2010 2126 Purpose: To determine what successful young adults perceive was helpful to them when they were struggling with their attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms as children. Study Design and Methods: Sixteen young adult college students...
Psychiatric nursing case management: Past, present and future 2004 136 This literature review examines the evolution of psychiatric nursing case management in the United States. Various models, both inpatient and outpatient, are described, along with the roles of the case manager in each setting. The development of clin...
Recognizing our power: Honoring the accomplishments of scholars 2013 47 Many of us have a complicated relationship with awards. However, receiving a reward can be important evidence of a scholar’s contribution when seeking grants to fund important work, promotion, and/or tenure. Awards also may help disseminate that cont...
Recruitment and retention of African American and Hispanic girls and women in research 2013 134 Recruiting women and girls into research studies, especially minority women, continues to be a major challenge that impacts health policy and delivery systems. This article discusses various strategies to recruit and retain African American and Hispa...
Relationship skills building with older adults 2008 9040 Relationship skills building is the focus of an innovative clinical experience with older adults for junior level nursing students in a psychiatric mental health course. The clinical experience is designed to help students apply, integrate, and valid...
Risk and protection in the development of problem behaviors in adolescents 2006 154 The development of problem behaviors among adolescents is affected by complex interactions between risk and protective factors. This study was designed to determine whether selected risk and protective factors described among participants in the Nati...
A smartphone application to educate undergraduate nursing students about providing care for infant airway obstruction 2017 287 Purpose: This study had two aims: (a) to develop a smartphone-based application and (b) to evaluate the effectiveness of the application by measuring nursing students' knowledge, skills, and confidence in simulated performance when providing that car...
SNRS research awards 2014 48 It is the mission of The Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) to disseminate research findings, to help nurses and nursing students to develop as researchers, and to help promote nursing as a scientific discipline. One way that SNRS achieves its ...
Take the shot: Message from the president - Recipients of the 2015 SNRS annual awards 2015 32 The Southern Nursing Research Society offers a number of annual award opportunities to its members. The 2015 awards were presented at the annual meeting in Tampa, Florida in February. This year Elizabeth J. Corwin received the Distinguished Researche...
Using a System of Care framework for the mental health treatment of children and adolescents 2006 113 Advanced practice psychiatric and mental health nurses recognize the need to provide holistic, culturally competent and family-involved care to children with mental health problems. Yet frequently, other key aspects of the best care are overlooked. S...
The value of diabetes self-management programs for African Americans in community-based settings. A review of the literature 2017 115 When looking at the number of African Americans suffering with diabetes, it is quite evident that traditional methods such as providing pamphlets or videos on diabetes have been unsuccessful when implemented as the only strategy. Community-based inte...
Visual tracking strategies to move scholarship forward. 2008 990 Moving from the doctoral student role to the faculty member role is a challenging transition. Strategies that motivate and help keep scholarship moving forward can be invaluable in helping make the transition successful. The authors discuss 2 visual ...