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Eileen Fry-Bowers, PhD, JD, RN
Associate Professor, Nursing - Graduate
School of Nursing
Member, Nursing, SN, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Research & Grantsmanship    Funded Research Project (PI)
  • Low-Income Latina Mothers' Perceptions of Care Coordination for Young Children at Risk For or Who Have a Developmental Disability ( 6/2014 - 5/2015 )
  Funded Research Project (CI)
  • Knowledge and Perceptions of Health Literacy among Nursing Professionals (Macabasco-OConnell, A., & Fry-Bowers, E.)

    ( 3/2010 - 8/2010 )
  Non-Funded Research Project
  • The Impact of Maternal Health Literacy on Structures, Interpersonal Processes and Outcomes of Ambulatory Care for Low-Income Latino Children. (Fry-Bowers, E., Maliski, S., Macabasco-OConnell, A., Lewis, M.A., & DiMatteo, R.)

    ( 6/2011 - 6/2012 )

    This doctoral dissertation research examines the associations between maternal health literacy and self-efficacy in communication, interpersonal interactions with health care providers and quality of pediatric ambulatory care received.  Dissertation Chairperson:  Sally Maliski, PhD, RN, FAAN (UCLA); Dissertation Committee:  Aurelia Macabasco-OConnell, PhD, RN, ACNP (UCLA); Mary Ann Lewis, DrPH, RN, FAAN (UCLA); Robin DiMatteo, PhD (UCR)

  • Factors Associated with Satisfaction of Care among Low-Income Patients (Macabasco-OConnell, A. & Fry-Bowers, E*.)

    ( 1/2010 - 6/2010 )

    This cross-sectional descriptive study examined the relationships between patient satisfaction and soci-demongraphic variables among a low-income, ethnic minority population receiving care at a large, urban county hospital clinic in Southern California.