Integrative Training in Health-Assistive Smart Environments

Roschelle "Shelly" Fritz

Department: 
Nursing Philosophy
IGERT Fellow Since: 
August 2012
Advisor: 
Schmitter-Edgecombe, Cook
Publications: 

Currently, Shelly has no publications. However, while working as a Public Health Nurse, she had a biweekly column in the local newspaper in which she wrote about healthy living, vaccines, prevention of dehydration, etc. Presentations:

  1. Fritz, R., Vandermause, V., Corbett, C., "Cultural influences on older adults adoption of smart home monitoring: Pilot study," Western Institute of Nursing (Poster Presentation), Abstract submitted for April 2014.
  2. Fritz, R., Doty, K., Ngizambote, M., Schitter-Edgecombe, M., & Cook, D., "Detecting cognitive decline using smart home technology," Washington State Public Health Association Annual Conference (Poster Presentation), Wenatchee, WA, October 2013.
  3. Fritz, R., Doty, K., Ngizambote, M., Schitter-Edgecombe, M., & Cook, D., "Detecting cognitive decline using smart home technology," Northwest Biomechanics Symposium (Poster Presentation), Moscow, ID, June 2013.
  4. Fritz, R., Doty, K., Ngizambote, M., Schitter-Edgecombe, M., & Cook, D, "Detecting cognitive decline using smart home technology," Western Institute of Nursing (Poster Presentation), Anaheim, CA, April 2013.
  5. Vandermause, R., Barbosa-Leiker, C., & Fritz, R.,“New Doctoral Education: Combining Multiple Analytic Perspectives in Teaching and Learning Research,” American Association Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Education Conference, January 2013.
  6. Vandermause, R., Barbosa-Leiker, C., & Fritz, R., "Infusing phenomenological influences in research-focused doctoral programs," The Institute for Hermeneutic Phenomenology Conference: Contemporary Interpretive Scholarship sessions, Indiana University School of Nursing Center for Research in Nursing Education, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 2013.

 

Research Description: 

Shelly has more than 20 years nursing experience in public health, hospitals, private employment, leadership and administration, and nursing education complemented by a Master’s Degree, PhD student work, and roster of certifications. Shelly thrives on learning and optimizing patient, staff, and student experiences. Talented, energetic, and perceptive communicator who creates enthusiasm and improved productivity. She is a self-starting, technically proficient leader who can quickly understand new problems and create solutions. She is an accomplished advocate aiding in client/staff and client/student experience and compliance. She is also Bilingual with extensive experience in multicultural care. Her IGERT research revolves around Smart Home Research & Design and Health-assistive Environments.

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