Dr. Nicole Ruggiano
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Conducting secondary analysis of qualitative data: Should we, can we, and how?
N Ruggiano, TE Perry
Qualitative Social Work 18 (1), 81-97, 2019
1352019
Smartphone-based health technologies for dementia care: opportunities, challenges, and current practices
EL Brown, N Ruggiano, J Li, PJ Clarke, ES Kay, V Hristidis
Journal of Applied Gerontology 38 (1), 73-91, 2019
612019
Person-centeredness in home-and community-based long-term care: current challenges and new directions
N Ruggiano, D Edvardsson
Social work in health care 52 (9), 846-861, 2013
422013
Applying Erikson’s wisdom to self-management practices of older adults: Findings from two field studies
TE Perry, N Ruggiano, N Shtompel, L Hassevoort
Research on aging 37 (3), 253-274, 2015
312015
Resource dependency and agent theories: A framework for exploring nonprofit leaders' resistance to lobbying
N Ruggiano, JDV Taliaferro
Journal of Policy Practice 11 (4), 219-235, 2012
312012
Rural dementia caregivers and technology: what is the evidence?
N Ruggiano, EL Brown, J Li, M Scaccianoce
Research in gerontological nursing 11 (4), 216-224, 2018
292018
CareHeroes Web and Android Apps for Dementia Caregivers: A Feasibility Study
EL Brown, N Ruggiano, TF Page, L Roberts, V Hristidis, KL Whiteman, ...
Research in Gerontological Nursing 9 (4), 193-203, 2016
282016
Negative feelings and help seeking among older adults with chronic conditions
N Shtompel, K Whiteman, N Ruggiano
Journal of Gerontological Social Work 57 (8), 810-824, 2014
222014
Consumer direction in long-term care policy: Overcoming barriers to promoting older adults' opportunity for self-direction
N Ruggiano
Journal of gerontological social work 55 (2), 146-159, 2012
202012
The potential of information technology to navigate caregiving systems: perspectives from dementia caregivers
N Ruggiano, EL Brown, S Shaw, D Geldmacher, P Clarke, V Hristidis, ...
Journal of gerontological social work 62 (4), 432-450, 2019
192019
Need and potential use of information technology for case manager–physician communication in home care
N Ruggiano, N Shtompel, V Hristidis, L Roberts, J Grochowski, EL Brown
Home Health Care Management & Practice 24 (6), 292-297, 2012
182012
Engaging in coordination of health and disability services as described by older adults: Processes and influential factors
N Ruggiano, N Shtompel, D Edvardsson
The Gerontologist 55 (6), 1015-1025, 2015
162015
It’s human beings talking to one another”: The role of relationship building in non-profit lobbying
JD Taliaferro, N Ruggiano
PRism 7 (2), 1-12, 2010
162010
Intergenerational shared sites: An examination of socio-physical environments and older adults’ behavior
N Ruggiano
Research on Aging 34 (1), 34-55, 2012
152012
Transforming mental health services to address gender disparities in depression risk factors
K Whiteman, N Ruggiano, B Thomlison
Journal of women & aging 28 (6), 521-529, 2016
132016
Existing mobile phone apps for self-care management of people with Alzheimer disease and related dementias: systematic analysis
Y Guo, F Yang, F Hu, W Li, N Ruggiano, HY Lee
JMIR aging 3 (1), e15290, 2020
122020
The L Word: Nonprofits, language, and lobbying
JD Taliaferro, N Ruggiano
J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare 40, 151, 2013
112013
The L Word: Nonprofits, language, and lobbying
JD Taliaferro, N Ruggiano
J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare 40, 151, 2013
112013
“If I Don’t Like the Way I Feel With a Certain Drug, I’ll Tell Them.” Older Adults’ Experiences With Self-Determination and Health Self-Advocacy
N Ruggiano, K Whiteman, N Shtompel
Journal of Applied Gerontology 35 (4), 401-420, 2016
102016
Adding home health care to the discussion on health information technology policy
N Ruggiano, EL Brown, V Hristidis, TF Page
Home health care services quarterly 32 (3), 149-162, 2013
102013
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