Diane Orr Chlebowy, PhD, RN

Diane Orr Chlebowy, PhD, RN

Diane Orr Chlebowy, PhD, RN

Diane Orr Chlebowy, PhD, RN

MSN Program Director, Associate Professor
dochle@louisville.edu
502.852.8384

 

 

Education:

  • PhD: Nursing, Ohio State University, 2002
  • MSN, Ohio State University, 1991
  • MA: Adult Education, Ohio State University, 1983
  • BSN, Ohio State University, 1981

Educational Interests:

  • Type 2 diabetes management in adult populations
  • Psychosocial issues affecting chronic disease self-management
  • Theory application to advanced practice nursing
  • Health promotion and disease prevention in vulnerable populations
  • Motivational interviewing and behavior change

Memberships:

  • American Association Diabetes Educators
  • American Nurses Association
  • Kentucky Association Diabetes Educators
  • Kentucky Nurses Association
  • Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Southern Nursing Research Society

Recent Publications:

Undergraduate student mentee*
Graduate student mentee**
Visiting scholar mentee***

Chlebowy, D.O., Coty, M.B., ***Fu, L., & Hines-Martin, V. (2017). Comorbid diabetes and depression in African Americans: Implications for the health care provider. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Published online ahead of print March 9, 2017. doi:10.1007/s40615-017-0349-x

Byers, D., Garth, K., Manley, D., & Chlebowy, D.O. (2016). Facilitators and barriers to type 2 diabetes self-management among rural African American adults. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 9(1), 164-174.

Rankin, A., Blood-Siegfried, J., Vorderstrasse, A., & Chlebowy, D.O. (2015). Implementation of childhood obesity identification and prevention strategies in primary care: A quality improvement project. International Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Published online ahead of print. doi 10.1016/j.ijpam.2015.05.002.

Chlebowy, D.O., Kubiak, N., Myers, J., & **Jorayeva, A. (2015). The relationships of demographic characteristics with diabetes biomarkers and physical activity adherence in African American adults. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Published online ahead of print. doi 10.1007/s40615-015-0133-8.

Chlebowy, D.O., El-Mallakh, P., Myers, J., Kubiak, N., Cloud, R., & Wall, M.P. (2015).  Motivational interviewing to improve diabetes outcomes in African American adults with diabetes. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 37(5), 566-580.

Chlebowy, D.O., *Pratt, N., & Kubiak, N. (2013). Gender-specific diabetes management for Hispanic Latino adults: Practice implications for the health care provider. Journal of Kentucky Medical Association, 111(2), 40-45.

Chlebowy, D.O., **Hood, S., & LaJoie, A. S. (2013). Gender differences in diabetes self-management among African American adults. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 35(6),703-721.

 

Recent Presentations:

Undergraduate student mentee*
Graduate student mentee**

National/International

Doan, R., Georgel, J., Crawford, T., & Chlebowy, D.O. (2017). Education to Promote Nursing Best Practices in Caring for Trauma Patients. American College of SurgeonsTrauma Quality Improvement Program Annual Scientific Meeting. Chicago, Illinois.

Chlebowy, D.O., Lauf, A., Krishnasamy, S., Myers, J., Coty, M.B., & Jaggers, J. (2017). Mobile Application Use in Adults with Diabetes and Depression.Council for Advancement of Nursing Science.Washington, D.C.

Chlebowy, D.O., Batscha, C., Kubiak, N., & Crawford, T. (2016). Relationships of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress with Self-management Behaviors and Diabetes Biomarkers in African Americans with Type 2 Diabetes. American Association of Diabetes Educators’ Annual Meeting and Exhibition. San Diego, California.

*Watts, S., Chlebowy, D.O., Kubiak, N., Batscha, C., & Crawford, T. (2014). African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes: The Impact of Depression, Stress, and Anxiety on Diabetes Biomarkers and Self-Management Behaviors. National Council on Undergraduate Research Conference. Lexington, Kentucky.

Chlebowy, D.O. & Velasquez, C. (2013). Innovations in Baccalaureate Education: Results of a Successful Academic-Practice Partnership. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Annual Baccalaureate Conference. New Orleans, LA.

 Velasquez, C., Chlebowy D.O., Elzy, P., & Adams, M.J. (2013). Academic & Practice Partnerships: Collaborating to Promote Excellence in Clinical Nursing Education in the Academic Medical Center. Doctors of Nursing Practice 6th Annual Conference. Phoenix, Arizona.

Regional

*Dessify, R., Chlebowy, D.O., Coty, M.B., Lauf, A., & Krishnasamy, S. (2016). Mobile Applications to Promote Diabetes Self-Management and Improve Glycemic Control: Review of Literature. Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

**Al Dwaikat, T. A., Chlebowy, D.O., Crawford, T., & Kubiak, N. (2016). Relationships of Sociodemographic Characteristics with Diabetes Biomarkers and Dietary Adherence in African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

*Montanez, J., Chlebowy, D.O., Crawford, T., & Kubiak, N. (2015).Relationship of Sociodemographic Characteristics with Depression, Anxiety, and Stress in African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Chlebowy, D.O., & Hershey, D. S. (2015). A Multidimensional Conceptual Model for Type 2 Diabetes Self-management. Southern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Tampa, Florida.

Chlebowy, D.O., *Watts, S., Kubiak, N., Batscha, C., & Crawford, T. (2014). The Effects of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress on Diabetes Biomarkers and Adherence to Self-management Behaviors in African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. Southern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. San Antonio, Texas.  

*Watts, S., Chlebowy, D.O., Kubiak, N., Batscha, C., & Crawford, T. (2014). Effects of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress on Diabetes Biomarkers in African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. St. Louis, Missouri.

Chlebowy, D.O., Myers, J., & Kubiak, N. (2013). The Impact of Demographic Variables on Diabetes Markers and Physical Activity Adherence in African American Adults. Southern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Little Rock, Arkansas.

 

Research Interests:

Self-care behaviors and glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes

Research Activity:

Undergraduate student mentee*
Graduate student mentee**
Visiting scholar mentee***

2016                *Buchanan, E., & Chlebowy, D.O. (faculty mentor). Relationships of sociodemographic characteristics with mobile phone usage in adults with type 2 diabetes. Undergraduate Research Scholar Grant, University of Louisville, $230.

2016                Chlebowy, D.O., Lauf, A.,Krishnasamy, S., Myers, J., Coty, M.B., & Jaggers, J. Development of an innovative mobile mockup application to promote self-management and improve health outcomes in adults with comorbid diabetes and depression. Type II Research Grant, University of Louisville, $10,000.

2016                Chlebowy, D.O., Coty, M.B., ***Fu, L., & Myers, J. Meeting the health needs of the local community through a diabetes health fair. Engaged Scholarship Funding, Office of Health Disparities and Community Engagement, University of Louisville School of Nursing, $500.

2016                *Besina, J., & Chlebowy, D.O. (faculty mentor). Relationships of social support with self-management behaviors and diabetes biomarkers in African American adults with type 2 diabetes. Undergraduate Research Scholar Grant, University of Louisville, $220.

2016                Chlebowy, D.O., Doan, R., Georgel, J., & Crawford, T.Trauma education to promote nursing best practices in a Level 1 trauma hospital. University of Louisville Hospital, $2,500.

2014                *Slaughter, K., & Chlebowy, D.O. (faculty mentor). A telephone-based motivational interviewing intervention involving support persons to improve diabetes biomarkers and self-management behaviors in African American adults. Undergraduate Research Scholar Grant, University of Louisville, $255.

2014                *Montanez, J., & Chlebowy, D.O. (faculty mentor). Relationship of sociodemographic characteristics with depression, anxiety, and stress in African American adults with type 2 diabetes. Undergraduate Research Scholar Grant, University of Louisville, $250.

2013                Chlebowy, D.O. (PI), Kubiak, N., Cloud, R., & Crawford, T. A telephone-based motivational interviewing intervention involving support persons to improve diabetes biomarkers and self-management behaviors in African American adults with diabetes. Intramural Research Incentive Grant, Research Initiation Grant, University of Louisville, $5,000.

2013                Polivka, B., Hall, L., Chlebowy, D.O. (Co-I), Crawford, T., Cloud. R., Sayat, J., & Theriot, J. (2013). Integrating motivational interviewing with home-based asthma care for African American children. Multidisciplinary Intramural Research Incentive Grant, University of Louisville, $10,000.

2013                Chlebowy, D.O. (PI), Batscha, C., Kubiak, N., Myers, J., & *Watts, S. The impact of depression, anxiety, and stress on diabetes markers and self-management behaviors in African American adults with type 2 diabetes. Mini-grant, University of Louisville School of Nursing, $1,000.

Community Engagement Grant

2015                Chlebowy, D.O. (Co-PI),  & Moore, K. Signature Partnership pilot project, State Public Health Actions to Prevent and Control Diabetes, Heart Disease, Obesity and Associated Risk Factors and Promote School Health, Supplement, Prevention and Public Heath Funding. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, $56,104. 

Program/Training Grants

2016                Smith, M., & Chlebowy, D.O.Enhancing critical thinking through creation of an online i2a course for faculty, Supporting Undergraduate iNnovation: Ideas to Action Implementation Grant, University of Louisville, $1,800.

2013                Hern, M.J. & Chlebowy, D.O. New Careers in Nursing Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, $50,000.

 

2015

Faculty Favorite Teaching Award, University of Louisville

2014

Research!Louisville, poster presentation award, University of Louisville

2013, 2012

MediStar Award Nominee, A.O. Sullivan Award for Excellence in Education

2012

Innovation in Behavioral Sciences Faculty Award, Research! Louisville Winner, University of Louisville

2012

Executive Leadership Fellow, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Leadership for Academic Nursing Program

2011

International External Reviewer/Supervisor of thesis for graduate student, University of Melbourne, Department of Psychiatry

2010

Dean Marcia J. Hern Faculty Research Award, University of Louisville

2010

Participant in National Institutes of Health Web-based Delphi Focus Group

2009

2nd place poster presentation award, Research! Louisville Winner, University of Louisville

2009

Faculty Favorite Teaching Award, University of Louisville

2008

President’s Diversity Award, 2nd runner-up, University of Louisville

2008

3rd place poster presentation award, Research! Louisville Winner, University of Louisville

2008

Posters at the Capitol, undergraduate student abstract selected for presentation, faculty mentor

2000-2002

Service-Learning Associates Award, University of Kentucky

2000

Louise J. Zegeer Undergraduate Faculty Teaching Award