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Hong Tao, PhD, RN

Hong Tao, PhD, RN

Research Scientist

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Hong Tao

Overview

Dr. Hong Tao earned her PhD from University of Massachusetts Boston. Before she worked as a nurse research scientist at Florida Hospital, she taught measurement and multivariate analysis for PhD program in University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. She has over 20 years of research and teaching experience, published more than 50 manuscripts on peer reviewed journals and quite a few books. Her expertise includes methodology, scale development, measurement, and data analysis. In the role of her current position as a Research Scientist at the CREATION Research, she serves as PI for projects and is responsible for protocol development and study design, especially methodology and science. Her research focuses include nursing workforce, rehospitalization for the elderly, and development of measures principles of CREATION Health.

Articles

Examining Associations With Mental, Well-Being and Faith in Nurses (LIFT)

JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION

2021

The Impact of US Nurses' Personal Religious and Spiritual Beliefs on Their Mental Well-Being and Burnout: A Path Analysis

JOURNAL OF RELIGION & HEALTH

2021

The effect of a performing arts intervention on caregivers of people with mild to moderately severe dementia

AGING & MENTAL HEALTH

2021

Effects of a Trans-Theoretical Model-Based Health Education Program on the Management of Cognitive Dysfunction in Older Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment: Study Rationale and Protocol Design for a Randomized Controlled Trial

FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY

2021

P-CPOT: An Adaptation of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool for Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Patients

PAIN MANAGEMENT NURSING

2020

Effects and mediating mechanisms of a structured limbs-exercise program on general cognitive function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment: A randomized controlled trial

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES

2020

Modifiable facilitators and barriers to exercise adherence in older adults with MCI/dementia using the Theoretical Domains Framework: a systematic review protocol

BMJ OPEN

2020

Work-Related Stress and Positive Thinking Among Acute Care Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Survey

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING

2019

Efficacy of path-oriented psychological self-help interventions to improve mental health of empty-nest older adults in the Community of China

BMC PSYCHIATRY

2019

Influence of Social Support and Self-Efficacy on Resilience of Early Career Registered Nurses

WESTERN JOURNAL OF NURSING RESEARCH

2018

Education & Training

Education

University of Massachusetts

Specialty

Biobehavioral Research

Associated Clinical Trials