Lynda Wilson, MSN, PhD
Dr. Wilson's research promotes positive parent-infant relationships, and her area of specialty is generating and analyzing tactile interventions to reduce stress for premature infants. She worked with the Pan American Health Organizations Center on a culturally targeted intervention involving Latino families with adolescents in rural Alabama. She is also interested in developing programs to help study coordinators ensure high scientific standards and adherence to regulatory requirements in international clinical studies.
- Professor, University of Alabama School of Nursing
- Deputy Director, World Health Organization Collaborating Center on International Nursing
- MSN, 1975, The University of Delaware
- PhD, 1982, The University of Tennessee
- Wilson, L. L., Rice, M., Jones, C. T., Joiner, C., LaBorde, J., McCall, K.,...Onwuzuligbo, U. (2013). Enhancing research capacity for global health: Evaluation of a distance-based program for international study coordinators. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 33(1), 67-75.
- Hunter, A., Wilson, L., Stanhope, M., Hatcher, B., Hattar, M., Messias, D. K., & Powell, D. (2013). Global health diplomacy: An integrative view of the literature and implications for nursing. Nursing Outlook, 61(2), 85-92.
- Wilson, L., Harper, D. C., Tami-Maury, I., Zarate, R., Salas, S., Farley, J.,...Ventura, C. (2012). Global health competencies for nurses in the Americas. Journal of Professional Nursing, 28(4), 213-222.
- Wilson, L., Bodin, M. B., Fernandez, P., Godoy, G., Sambuceti, C., Squarre, R.,...Morgues, M. (2011). Neonatal intensive care: A global perspective of similarities and differences in selected neonatal intensive care units in Brazil, Chile, the United States, and Zambia. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 11(2), 61-68.
- Wilson, L., Bodin, M. B., Hoffman, J., & Vincent, J. (2009). Supporting and retaining preceptors for NNP programs: Results from a survey of NNP preceptors and program directors. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, 23(3), 284-292.
- Collaboration in Honduras
- Mid-Career Change
- Promoting Nursing Research in Latin America
- Reaching Out to Rural Latino Communities