ANNA Research Grant History

Year Recipient Amount Study
2021 Seon Yoon Chung $15,000 Effect of Exercise Training on Inflammatory Pathways in Older Adults with Chronic Kidney Disease
2020 Debra Hain $15,000 Kidney Disease Management Workshops for Community Health Workers
2019 Christine Horvat Davey $5,000 Genetic Associations of Fatigue in Individuals with End Stage Renal Disease
2018 Seon Yoon Chung $6,000 Epigenetic Role of Gut Microbiota in Patients Receiving Hemodialysis
2018 Bincy Joshwa $6,000 Fatigue in Chronic Kidney Disease-Hemodialysis
2018 Tara O’Brien $3,000 Mobile Health Apps to Facilitate Self-management: A Qualitative Study of Kidney Transplant Recipient’s User Experience
2017 Brittany Stark $5,000 Factors Related to Travel for Transplant among Patients Removed from the U.S. Waiting List
2017 Charlotte Thomas-Hawkins $10,000 Effects of Nurse-Sensitive Indicators on Value-Based Patient Outcomes in Outpatient Dialysis Units: A Multi-Level Model Approach
2016 Donna Calvin $3,600 African Americans’ Perceptions of Chronic Kidney Disease
2016 Barbara Wilson $11,400 Researching Consensus on Outcomes for Successful Cannulation of the Arteriovenous Fistula: Patient and Healthcare Provider Perspectives
2015 Tamara Kear $10,000 Investigating Hand-off Communication in Nephrology Nurse Practice Settings
2014 Ann Horigan $6,700 The Diurnal Patterns of Fatigue in Patients on Hemodialysis: A Pilot Study
2013 Casey Migliore $15,000

Renal Disease Risk Perceptions in African-American Women with Type 2 Diabetes

2012 Charlotte Thomas-Hawkins (Co-investigator: Linda Flynn) $15,000 Development of Dialysis Nurse-Manager Practices Scale
2011 None    
2010 Ann Horigan $15,000 Investigating the Experience and Self-Management of Fatigue in Adult Hemodialysis Patients Using the Life Course Perspective
2009 Cynthia Russell $15,000 A Pilot Intervention to Improve Treatment Adherence in Adults Receiving Hemodialysis
2008 Cynthia Russell $15,000 An Intervention to Improve Medication Adherence in Adult Renal Transplant Recipients: A Pilot Study
2007 Debra Hain $15,000 Evidence of Adherence Status of Cognitively Impaired and Cognitively Intact Elders on Hemodialysis
2006 None    
2005 Lori Harwood $13,400 Physiological and Psychological Stressors and Coping in Individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease
2004 Joni Walton $14,250 Spirituality: A Grounded Theory Study of Native Americans Receiving Hemodialysis Therapy
2003 Anita Jablonski $11,500 Symptoms of the Quality of Life of End Stage Renal Disease Patients on Hemodialysis
2002 Phyllis Ann Egebert $15,000 Comparison of Different Methods to Measure Vascular Access Blood Flow and Predicting Vascular Access Thrombosis
2002 Janet Welch $6,000 Pilot Testing a Fluid Management Program