Dr. Litchman’s program of research emphasizes the social context of chronic disease management across the lifespan with a particular emphasis on diabetes and technology. Her research examines online environments to understand the influence of peer support on health outcomes, and diabetes management in the “real-world”. Dr. Litchman also examines family dynamics to understand how diabetes management is supported or derailed, and how technology might be helpful.
- PhD, Nursing, University of Utah. Project: A Multiple Method Analysis of Peer Health in the Diabetes Online Community
- Post-Master's Teaching Nursing Certificate, Nursing, University of Utah
- MS, Nursing, University of Utah. Project: Role Modeling: Professional Responsibility, Perceived Credibility, and Effects on Patient Counseling
- BSN, Nursing, Weber State University