Dr. Dawn Eckhoff is nationally certified as a telehealth provider and educator by the Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education & Research (C-TIER) at Old Dominion University. Her research focus is on goal setting, telehealth, including simulation, and she oversees telehealth technology in the college’s accredited simulation lab, the STIM Center.
She has received grants from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Nurses Association for nursing research pertaining to goal setting with mothers of preschoolers, telehealth, as well as an interdisciplinary grant with the University of Central Florida College of Engineering from the National Science Foundation.
She also teaches Advanced Health Assessment in the three Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing program tracks and Pediatrics in the Family Nurse Practitioner Doctor of Nursing program at the University of Central Florida. In 2020, she was named as one of the college’s 40 Noble Knight Nurse alumni honorees for her work as an educator.
May 25th, 2021 | Season 3 | 33 mins 35 secs
ankylosing spondylosis, arthritis, axial spondylitis, chronic pain, clinical research, fibromyalgia, goal setting, gout, lupus, osteoarthritis, pain, pain management, pain plan, pain psychologist, pain relief, pain strategies, psoriatic arthritis, research, rheumatoid arthritis
The daily struggle of managing arthritis can make it difficult to think long term. However, understanding how to set achievable goals may help you find relief from arthritis pain. Learn strategies to take the first step, including how to set obtainable milestones, overcome barriers and work with your healthcare provider, family and friends to stay on track.
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