M. Elise Radina
M. Elise Radina
Miami University, Family Science and Social Work
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Predicting breast cancer-related lymphedema using self-reported symptoms
JM Armer, ME Radina, D Porock, SD Culbertson
Nursing research 52 (6), 370-379, 2003
Adjustment problems in adolescence: Are multiracial children at risk?
TM Cooney, ME Radina
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 70 (4), 433-444, 2000
Older adults’ experiences with audiovisual virtual reality: perceived usefulness and other factors influencing technology acceptance
AR Roberts, B De Schutter, K Franks, ME Radina
Clinical gerontologist 42 (1), 27-33, 2019
Post-breast cancer lymphedema: understanding women's knowledge of their condition.
ME Radina, JM Armer, SD Culbertson, JM Dusold
Oncology nursing forum 31 (1), 2004
Post-breast cancer lymphedema and the family: A qualitative investigation of families coping with chronic illness
ME Radina, JM Armer
Journal of Family Nursing 7 (3), 281-299, 2001
Does father still know best? An inductive thematic analysis of popular TV sitcoms
TA Pehlke, CB Hennon, ME Radina, KA Kuvalanka
Fathering 7 (2), 114-139, 2009
Older adults’ participation in nursing home placement decisions
R Johnson, LL Popejoy, ME Radina
Clinical Nursing Research 19 (4), 358-375, 2010
Relationship quality between multiracial adolescents and their biological parents
ME Radina, TM Cooney
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 70 (4), 445-454, 2000
Surviving breast cancer and living with lymphedema: Resiliency among women in the context of their families
ME Radina, JM Armer
Journal of Family Nursing 10 (4), 485-505, 2004
Making self-care a priority for women at risk of breast cancer–related lymphedema
ME Radina, JM Armer, BR Stewart
Journal of family nursing 20 (2), 226-249, 2014
Symptom burden and infection occurrence among individuals with extremity lymphedema
SH Ridner, J Deng, MR Fu, E Radina, SRJ Thiadens, J Weiss, ...
Lymphology 45 (3), 113-123, 2012
Understanding breast-cancer patients' perceptions: Health information-seeking behaviour and passive information receipt
DR Longo, B Ge, ME Radina, A Greiner, CD Williams, GS Longo, ...
Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2 (2), 184-206, 2009
Breast cancer patients' use of health information in decision making and coping
ME Radina, AC Ginter, J Brandt, J Swaney, DR Longo
Cancer Nursing 34 (5), E1-E12, 2011
Breast cancer survivors’ perspectives of critical lymphedema self-care support needs
SH Ridner, BA Rhoten, ME Radina, M Adair, S Bush-Foster, V Sinclair
Supportive Care in Cancer 24, 2743-2750, 2016
How Qualitative Data Analysis Happens: Moving Beyond" Themes Emerged"
Humble, E Radina
Routledge, 2018
“We do it cuz it's fun”: Gendered fun and leisure for midlife women through Red Hat Society membership
MC Stalp, ME Radina, A Lynch
Sociological Perspectives 51 (2), 325-348, 2008
Self‐Care Status, Symptom Burden, and Reported Infections in Individuals With Lower‐Extremity Primary Lymphedema
J Deng, E Radina, MR Fu, JM Armer, JN Cormier, SRJ Thiadens, J Weiss, ...
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 47 (2), 126-134, 2015
Utilization of formal support services among Hispanic Americans caring for aging parents
ME Radina, CE Barber
Journal of Gerontological Social Work 43 (2-3), 5-23, 2004
Breast cancer‐related lymphedema: implications for family leisure participation
ME Radina
Family Relations 58 (4), 445-459, 2009
Definition of health and health promotion behaviors among Midwestern Old Order Amish families
JM Armer, ME Radina
Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health 12 (3), 44, 2006
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