Hall, Joanne, et al. “Anticipating Needs at End of Life in Narratives Related by People Living With HIV/AIDS in Appalachia.” American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine®, vol. 35, no. 7, July 2018, pp. 985–992, doi:10.1177/1049909118754879.
Tansakul, V; Khojandi, A; Li, X; Koszalinski, R.S. (2018), “Prediction of Sepsis and In-Hospital Mortality Using Electronic Health Records”, Methods of Information in Medicine.
Koszalinski, R.S., Tansakul, V., Khojandi, A., Li, X. (2018) Missing Data, Data Cleansing, and Treatment from a Primary Study: Implications for Predictive Models CIN – Computers Informatics Nursing 36(8):367-371 01
Koszalinski, R.S., Hutson, S., Darby, S., Self, K. (2017) Communication, Technology, and Advanced Care Planning: Considerations for Patients Who Are Communication Vulnerable American Nursing Informatics Association 2(3):20-35 20
Kim, H.N., Wyatt, T., Li, X., & Gaylord, M. (2016). Use of Social Media by Fathers of Premature Infants. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 30(4), 359-366.
Wyatt, T.H., Fancher, S., Li, X., Taylor, S. (2015) “Simulated Electronic Fetal Monitoring Devicefor Childbirth Education“. International Journal of Childbirth Education. Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 17-20.
Huang, Y., Li, X., Aydeniz, M., Wyatt, T.H. (2015) “Mobile Learning Adoption: An Empirical Investigation for Engineering Education“. International Journal of Engineering Education. Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 1081–1091.
Lowe, S., Wyatt, T.H. Li, X., Fancher, S. S (2015) “Trans-disciplinary Partnerships in IT Health Software Development: The Benefits to Learning“. Special issue on Design and Health, Visible Language. Vol. 49, No. 1-2, pp. 113-127.
Lindley, Lisa C., et al. Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care: Designing a Mobile App for Clinical Practice.” Computers Informatics Nursing 32.7 (2014): 299-302.
Wyatt, T.H., Li,X., Huang, Y., Farmer, R. Reed, D., Burkhart, P.V (2013) “Developing an Interactive Story for Children with Asthma“. Nursing Clinics of North America. Vol. 48, No. 2, pp. 271-85. (IF 0.52)
Wyatt, T.H., Li, X., Indranoi, C. & Bell, M. (2012) “Testing iCare v.1.0: An electronic health record learning tool“. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 321-329. ( PMID: 22411413). (IF 0.95)
Wyatt, T.H., Li, X., Chayawat, I., Bell, M. (2012) “Testing iCare v.1.0: An electronic health record learning tool“. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 321-329. ( PMID: 22411413). (IF 0.95)
Li, X., Zhao, Z., Zhu, X., Wyatt, T.H. (2011) “Covering Models and Optimization Techniques for Emergency Response Facility Location and Planning: A Review“. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research (MMOR).
Mohit Shukla, Xueping Li, Kaike Zhang, Susan Fancher, Tami Wyatt, Rachel Wyatt, Sheila Taylor, Sarah Lowe (2015), “Design and Development of an Electronic Fetal Monitoring App”. Proceedings of the 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, S. Cetinkaya and J. K. Ryan, eds., May 30 – June 2, Nashville, TN.
Xueping Li, Phillip Scruggs, Jindong Tan, Hongsheng He and Xiaodong Yang (2015), “Design and Development of Smart Sensor Technology in a Smart Home for Healthy Independent Living – A Pilot Study”. Proceedings of the 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, S. Cetinkaya and J. K. Ryan, eds., May 30 – June 2, Nashville, TN.
Mohit Shukla, Xueping Li and Yang (2015), “Time-interval based Coverage Constraint for Nurse Scheduling Problems”. Proceedings of the 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, S. Cetinkaya and J. K. Ryan, eds., May 30 – June 2, Nashville, TN.
Chayawat Indranoi, Tami Wyatt and Xueping Li (2009), “Development and Usability of iCare: An Electronic Health Record System“, Proceedings of the 2009 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, May 30 – June 3, Miami, FL. pp. 797-802.
Hutson, S. P. (2017). Anticipating needs at End-of-Life in Narratives Related by People Living With HIV/AIDS in Appalachia. Qualitative Health Research, October 16-19, 2017, Quebec, Canada. Podium presentation, refereed.
Fancher, S., & Hopper, S. (Nov. 2016), Implementing Standardized Patients: Improving a Nursing Program with increased fidelity. Tennessee Simulation Alliance Conference.
Koszalinski, R. (2016). Speak for Myself®. Aging, Technology, and Innovation Conference Dolphin Tank Three-Minute Elevator Pitch. Orlando, FL, Friday, November 20.
Koszalinski, R. (2015). Hearing our Patients Through Technology: Speak for Myself as a Technological Intervention. Nursing Consortium of Florida. Davie, FL, February 26.
Fancher, S., Bailey, C., & Wyatt, T.H. (Oct. 2014). Keeping the Ball Rolling: Advanced Faculty Simulation Development Program. Tenth Annual Tennessee Simulation Alliance, Nashville, TN.
Wyatt, T. & Fancher, S., (June 2014). Bridging EHRs and Simulation to Promote Patient Safety. 5th International Nurse Education Conference: NETNEP 2014. Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands.
Fancher, S. Hancock, C., Bailey, C., & Wyatt, T.H. (November 2013). A Simulation Faculty Development Program. The Sixth Annual Tennessee Simulation Alliance Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Xueping Li, Tami Wyatt, Rachel Farmer and Yu Alison Huang (2010). “Okay With Asthma V.2.0: An Interactive Narrative Asthma Program”, INFORMS 2010 Interactive Session, Austin, TX. Nov 7 – 11, 2010.
Koszalinski, R., Hutson, S., Darby, J., & Self, K. (2018). Providing patient-centered care through technology: Pain, Preferences, Languages, and Advanced Care Planning. American Nurses Society Quality and Innovation Conference. Orlando, FL, March 21-23.
Fancher, S., Li, X., Wyatt, T., Taylor, S., Greer, J., Delorey, D., Tourville, J., Thompson, K., Spurgeon, M., & Hopper, S., (Nov. 2017). Neonatal outcomes with simulation training using the SEFM App, Sigma Theta Tau International Research Day, University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Nursing, Knoxville, TN.
Tansakul, V., Khojandi, A., Li, X., & Koszalinski, R. (2017). Predicting Sepsis and Inhospital mortality for Pneumonia patients using Electronic Health Records. Society for Medical Decision Making. 30th North American Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA, October 22-25.
Wyatt, T.H. Li, X., Indranoi, C., Bell, M. (December 9, 2010). Usability testing iCare: An academic electronic health record. 2nd Annual Global Alliance of Nurse Education and Services. Arlington, D.C.
Indranoi, Y, Coleman, C, Umberger, R. Exploring data capture from electronic medical records for research purposes. University of Tennessee Medical Center, Nurses’ Week Poster Display of STTI Poster, May 6-12, Awarded 2nd Place
Chancellor’s Multidisciplinary Team Award (2019). HITS collaborators recipients. University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
University of Tennessee Research Foundation Innovation Award (2018) – University of Tennessee Research Foundation/Wolters Kluwer Health Option Agreement for Technology Transfer of Interactive Debriefing Application.
“Speak for Myself – Voice (SFM-V)” won the 1st place in IISE DAIS Mobile App Competition (2018, Orlando, FL).
Li, X., Wyatt, T., Fancher, S. & Taylor, S. (2016). University of Tennessee Research Foundation Innovation Award, Simulated Electronic Fetal Monitoring Application (SEFM) Technology Transfer.
Gold – Overall category, University of Tennessee Undergraduate Research Excellence Awards Health Information Technology & Simulation Lab: Interactive Debriefing Application (IDA). Graphic Design undergraduate students, Quentin Eastridge and Erik Vass (2016).
Simulated Fetal Heart Monitoring (SEFM) App won 2nd Place in IISE CIS Mobile App Competition (2015, Nashville, TN).
Gold in ART, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, HUMANITIES AND PERFORMING ARTS Category, University of Tennessee Undergraduate Research Excellence Awards : Health Information Technology & Simulation Lab: Interactive Debriefing Application (IDA). Graphic Design undergraduate students, Haley Elaine Hudgins, Sarah Elizabeth Smith, Brayan Guzman Zavala, Kaitlyn Marie Shaw (2014)
Healthcare Innovation Partnership Program (HIPP), Collaboration with Health Innovation in Technology Simulation (HITS) Lab, University of Tennessee and East Tennessee Children’s Hospital (ETCH), Wyatt, T., Xueping, L., Lowe, S. & Fancher, S. 2017-2019, $150K..
Simulated Electronic Fetal Monitoring App, Health Information in Technology Lab University of Tennessee, Fancher, S.(Co-PI) , Li, X., Wyatt, T. 2014. $5000 mini-grant, 1 year funded.
Research and Refinement of Simulated Electronic Fetal Monitoring (SEFM).PI-Wyatt, T., Co-Is-Li, X., Fancher, S., & Taylor, S. 2016. University of Tennessee, College of Nursing, Office of Research Administration, $10,000, 1 year funded.
Simple Speech Synthesis (S3): Advanced Development of an mHealth Development Tool for Patients Unable to Verbalize Their Needs at the Bedside. Koszalinski, R. Li, X., & Hutson, S. Office of Research Serivces, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, $9,776, 1 year funded.
Evidence-based Data-driven Models for Early Prediction of Sepsis: A Pilot Study. Koszalinski, R., Khojandi, A., & Li, X. Office of Research Services, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, $6,600, 1 year funded.
Preparing Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Speech-Language Pathology Students to Identify and Refer Children At-Risk for Communication Disorders in Rural Appalachia through an Electronic Tool. Koszalinski, R., McCarthy, J., Bland, T., & Wade, E. The Alliance of Women Philanthropist Giving Circle, $7,876, 1 year funded.