Alycia Aileen Bristol, PhD, RN, AGCNS-BC portrait
  • Assistant Professor, College Of Nursing

Presentations

  • Bristol, A.A. Care Transitions in the Emergency Department: Assessing social needs and involving caregivers. National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) and Emergency Nurses Association: From Context to Care: Understanding the Convergence of Social Factors and Emergency Department Care, March 3-4, 2022. [Panel Member]. , Presented, 2022.
  • Schmutz, K., Bristol, A.A., Rauum, S., Johnson, E., & Wallace, A. (2022). Hospital Discharge during COVID-19: The Role of Social Resources. Western Institute of Nursing Annual Conference. April 2022 [podium presentation]. , Accepted, 2021.
  • Bristol, A. Effects of COVID-19 pandemic on caregiver social connections. University of Utah Women in Health, Medicine, and Science (WiHMS): The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women and Caregivers: Implications for the University Community, February 9, 2022. [Panel Member]. Panel, Presented, 2022.
  • Brody, A.A., Sadarangani, T., Bristol, A.A. , Jones, T.M., Convery, K.A., McCabe, D.E., Durga, A., Lin, S.Y. Partnering with Hospices to Develop, Test, and Implement Aliviado Dementia Care In a 25-Site Pragmatic Trial. Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting November 2020. [symposium presentation]. Panel, Presented, 2020.
  • Bristol, A. A., Iacob, E., Elmore, C., Barry, L., Johnson, E., & Wallace, A. (2022). Caregivers’ Perceptions Regarding Intra-Hospital Transitions and Discharge Readiness. National Center on Family Support’s 2nd Bi-annual Conference on Caregiving Research, University of Pittsburg, March 2022. [poster presentation]. Poster, Accepted, 2021.
  • Feinberg, T., Trentalange, M., Lum, J., Runels, T., Domanski, A., Bristol, A.A., Schneider, C.E., Brandt, C., Kerns, R.D., Hwang, U. (2020). Sensitivity of Electronic Medical Record Documentation of Analgesic Prescriptions among Older Veterans with Arthritis. AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting August 2020. Poster, Presented, 2020.
  • Lin, S., Schneider, C., Bristol, A.A., Convery, K., & Brody, A.A. (2020). Pilot Testing of Aliviado Dementia Care-Hospice Edition—a Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement for Better Hospice Dementia Care. Annual Assembly of Hospice and Palliative Care, April 2020. [Accepted, conference canceled due to COVID-19]. Poster, Other, 2020.
  • Binkley, C., Gettel, C., Hastings, S.N., Hammouda, N., Hwang, U., Hogan, T., Ko, K., Richardson, l.D., Ragsdale, L., Morano, C., Brody, A., & Bristol, A.A. The Geriatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network Care Transitions Scoping Review. American Academy of Emergency Medicine 2020; 27:s225. Poster, Presented, 2020.

Publications

  • Schneider, C.E. (date unknown). A scoping review of dementia symptom management in persons with dementia living in a home setting. Curr Geriatr Rep. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA, Crist JD, Phillips LR, Shea KD, Lacasse C (date unknown). Family Caregivers' Experiences of Within-Hospital Handoffs for Older Adults in Acute Care. Vol. 33, 368-374. Accepted, .
  • Gephart SM, Bristol AA, Dye JL, Finley BA, Carrington JM (date unknown). Validity and Reliability of a New Measure of Nursing Experience With Unintended Consequences of Electronic Health Records. Vol. 34, 436-447. Accepted, .
  • Brody AA, Sadarangani T, Jones TM, Convery K, Groom L, Bristol AA, David D (date unknown). Family- and Person-Centered Interdisciplinary Telehealth: Policy and Practice Implications Following Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Vol. 46, 9-13. Accepted, .
  • Bristol, A. A. (date unknown). Experiences of healthcare professionals as family caregivers during intra-hosptial transitions. J Gerontol Nurs. Accepted, .
  • Dassel KB, Towsley GL, Utz RL, Ellington L (date unknown). A Limited Opportunity: COVID-19 and Promotion of Advance Care Planning. Palliative medicine reports. Vol. 2, 194-198. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA, Schneider CE, Lin SY, Brody AA (date unknown). A Systematic Review of Clinical Outcomes Associated With Intrahospital Transitions. Vol. 42, 175-187. Accepted, .
  • Bristol ST, Lloyd SL, Bristol AA (date unknown). Integrating Spiritual Bereavement Skills Into an Advanced Practice Curriculum. Vol. 56, 439-442. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA, Convery KA, Sotelo V, Schneider CE, Lin SY, Fletcher J, Rupper R, Galvin JE, Brody AA (date unknown). Protocol for an embedded pragmatic clinical trial to test the effectiveness of Aliviado Dementia Care in improving quality of life for persons living with dementia and their informal caregivers. Vol. 93, 106005. Accepted, .
  • Schneider, C.E. (date unknown). The impact of Aliviado Dementia Care-hospice edition program on hospice staff's dementia knowledge. J Pain Symptom Manage. Vol. 60, e7-e13. Accepted, .
  • Wallace AS, Wang CY (date unknown). Feasibility and usefulness of the going home toolkit, an mhealth app, during hospital discharge: patient and clinician perspectives. Informatics for health & social care. 1-12. Accepted, .
  • Allen, N.A. (date unknown). SHARE plus: Delivering a Telehealth CGM Data-Sharing Intervention to Older Adults and Their Care Partners. Diabetes Spectrum. Accepted, .
  • Schmutz KE, Wallace AS (date unknown). Hospital Discharge During COVID-19: The Role of Social Resources. Clinical nursing research. 10547738221075760. Accepted, .
  • Gettel CJ, Voils CI, Bristol AA, Richardson LD, Hogan TM, Brody AA, Gladney MN, Suyama J (date unknown). Care transitions and social needs: A Geriatric Emergency care Applied Research (GEAR) Network scoping review and consensus statement. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. Vol. 28, 1430-1439. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA, Mata AC, Mickens M, Dassel KB, Ellington L (date unknown). "You Feel Very Isolated": Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Caregiver Social Connections. Gerontology & geriatric medicine. Vol. 7, 23337214211060166. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA (date unknown). Geriatric nurse involvement during intra-hospital transitions. Vol. 40, 543-545. Accepted, .
  • Bristol AA, Nibbelink CW, Gephart SM, Carrington JM (date unknown). Nurses' Use of Positive Deviance When Encountering Electronic Health Records-Related Unintended Consequences. Vol. 42, E1-E11. Accepted, .