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Jennifer Joanne St Clair Russell

Adjunct Assistant Professor in Medicine
Medicine, General Internal Medicine
411 W. Chapel Hill Street, 5th Floor NC Mutual Bldg, Durham, NC 27701
411 W. Chapel Hill Street, 5th Floor NC Mutual Bldg, Durham, NC 27701

Selected Publications

Communicating About Choices in Transplantation (COACH)

Journal Article Progress in Transplantation · March 2017 Introduction: Previous research highlights the difficulties patients with end-stage renal disease awaiting kidney transplant experience while attempting to manage both the logistical and the content-related aspect ... Full text Cite

A Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program for In-Center Hemodialysis: A Patient-Centered Quality Improvement Program.

Journal Article Nephrol Nurs J · 2017 A patient-centered quality improvement program implemented in one Virginia hemodialysis facility sought to determine if peer-to-peer (P2P) programs can assist patients on in-center hemodialysis with self-management and improve outcomes. Using a single-arm, ... Link to item Cite

Development and Evaluation of a Peer-to-Peer Intervention to Increase Self-Management among Adult In-Center Hemodialysis Patients

Thesis Dissertation · August 19, 2016 Background: Peer-to-peer (P2P) support programs have the potential to assist ESRD patients in managing their disease and improve outcomes. Yet, there is little research examining P2P programs’ impact on psychosocial outcomes and disease management behavior ... Link to item Cite

Providing supportive care to patients with kidney disease

Journal Article Nephrology News and Issues · May 1, 2016 The field of medicine is recognizing the importance of patient-centered care and quality of life, thoughtfully considering patients’ values and goals so that care can be effectively tailored to support those goals, which may include the delivery of support ... Link to item Cite