Track Grants

Project Investigator/Director(s): Grace Hatmaker
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Funding Source:
Leninger Qualitative Transcultural Nursing Award Fund
Title of Grant:
A Qualitative Study of the Refugee Hmong in Fresno County California: Health Beliefs about Childhood Injury
Period of Grant:
2010
Abstract:
(In Application Process) To gather interview data from Hmong parents in Fresno County concerning beliefs about childhood injuries and prevention. Information to be used to incorporate into qualitative dissertation about measurement of health beliefs and childhood injury prevention behaviors in Fresno area Hmong to target meaningful and cost-effective public health intervention plans.

Project Investigator/Director(s): Grace Hatmaker
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Funding Source: Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program: Scholar Development
Title of Grant: Hmong Childhood Injury Prevention
Period of Grant: 2010
Abstract: (In Application Process) Audiorecording and translation of Hmong concerns about childhood injury with interdisciplinary exploration of general themes. Themes will be added to dissertation about Hmong parent beliefs and childhood injury prevention to focus on appropriately targeted and cost effective injury prevention interventions. Grant is also requested to provide minimal International Hmong Conference attendance for poster presentation and communication with Hmong population in the Midwest USA.

Project Investigator/Director(s): Grace Hatmaker
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Funding Source:
American Academy of Dermatology
Title of Grant:
Skin Cancer Prevention in Teens
Period of Grant:
2004-2006
Abstract:
To provide CDC guidelines related to building structure for shading and prevention of skin cancer as part of an overall project. Published in peer-reviewed Journal of School Nursing. Presented at National, California State, Clovis and Fresno school districts forums.

Project Investigator/Director(s): Grace Hatmaker
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Funding Source:
Ronald McDonald Charities
Title of Grant:
Pediatric Trauma Annual Conference
Period of Grant:
1989, then self funded continuation
Abstract:
To provide an annual conference focused on the contemporary issues of childhood injury. First year registration at Valley Children's Hospital and in-kind gifts provided financial success to continue annual conferences.

 

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