I have over 30 years experience in cardiovascular nursing. My national and international contributions include practice and research in older adults with heart failure and their informal caregivers.
I stand in a unique position at the nexus of palliative, geriatric, and cardiovascular nursing - contributing to international palliative care essential practices; leading funded interprofessional initiatives in rural geriatric care using distance technology; conducting NIH-funded cutting edge dyadic symptom management research; authoring multiple impactful conceptual and data based papers on multiple chronic conditions and presenting on palliative care topics in heart failure venues.
To see my SelectedWorks Scholars Profile visit: https://works.bepress.com/harleah-buck/
Innovation Award (Slack Publishers Inc. - 2017)
Buck H, G, Kolanowski A, Fick D, & Baronner L. Improving Rural Geriatric Care through Education: a Scalable, Collaborative ProjectThe Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing..
Buck H, G, Dickson V, V, Fida R, Riegel B, D’Agostino F, Alvaro R, & Vellone E, . Predictors of Hospitalization and Quality of Life in Heart Failure: a model of comorbidity, self-efficacy and self-careInternational Journal of Nursing Studies. 52(11) : 1714-1722
Buck H, G, Mogle J, Riegel B, McMillan S, C, & Bakitis M, . Exploring the Relationship of Patient and Informal Caregiver Characteristics with Heart Failure Self-care Using the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model: Implications for Outpatient Palliative CareJournal of Palliative Medicine. 18(12) : 1-7
Buck H, G, Kitko L, & Hupcey J, . Dyadic Heart Failure Care Types: Qualitative Evidence for a Novel Typology.Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 28(6) : 37-46
Buck H, G, Harkness K, Wion R, Carroll S, L, Cosman T, Kaasalainen S, Kryworuchko J, McGillion M, O’Keefe-McCarthy S, Sherifali D, Strachan P, H, and Arthur H. Caregivers’ Contribution to Heart Failure Self-Care: A Systematic Review.European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 14(1) : 79-89