Anbari, Allison

Assistant Research Professor

E-mail: anbaria@missouri.edu
Phone: 573.882.0277
Fax: 573.884.4544

Sinclair School of Nursing
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211

Nursing Specialty

Medical-Surgical/Acute Care, Breast Cancer Survivorship

Interest Area(s)

Breast Cancer and Survivorship; Breast cancer-related lymphedema; Rural Health; Nursing Education; Patient Safety; Organizational Communication

Education

University of Missouri, Sinclair School of Nursing, Columbia, MO

Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing

Graduate Minor in Nursing Education

 

Lester L. Cox College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Springfield, MO                       

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Missouri Hospital Association Scholarship

 

Truman State University, Kirksville, MO                                                                   

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Finance emphasis, Economics Minor

President’s Combined Ability Scholarship and President’s Leadership Scholarship

Area of Doctoral Study

Patient Safety Communication and Nursing Education, qualitative methods

Selected Grants and Awards

Sigma International Small Research Grant 2019-2020

Alpha Iota Chapter Research Grant 2019-2020

Toni and Jim Sullivan Endowed Research Fund for PhD Students 2016-2017

Selected Publications

Anbari, A., Deroche, C., & Armer, J. (accepted for publication) BMI Trends and Quality of Life from Breast Cancer Diagnosis through Seven Years Survivorship. World Journal of Clinical Oncology

Anbari, A., Wanchai, A, & Armer, J. (2019) Breast Cancer-related Lymphedema and Quality of  Life: A Qualitative Analysis Over Years of Survivorship. Chronic Illness (online first)   doi: 10.1177/1742395319872796

Anderson, E.A., Anbari, A.B., Armer, N.C., & Armer, J.M. (2019) Lymphoedema therapists: A national and international survey. Journal of Lymphoedema, 14(1), 22-24.     www.woundsinternational.com

Anbari, A. (2018) What makes a BSN a BSN? Western Journal of Nursing Research, online first. doi: 10.1177/0193945918803683

Anbari A. & Vogelsmeier, A. (2018). ADN to BSN graduates’ education and their perceived ability to keep patients safe. Journal of Nursing Education, 57(5), 300-303. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20180420-09

Anbari, A., Vogelsmeier, A., & Dougherty, D. (2017). Patient safety communication among differently educated nurses: Converging and diverging meaning systems. Western Journal of Nursing Research. doi: 10.1177.0193945917747600

Vogelsmeier, A., Anderson, R.A., Anbari, A., Ganong, L., Farag, A., & Niemeyer, M. (2017). A qualitative study describing nursing home nurses sensemaking to detect medication order discrepancies. BMC Health Services Research, doi: 10.1186/s12913-017-2495-6

Mancuso, J., Udlis, K., & Anbari, A. (2017). Comments surrounding the doctor of nursing practice (DNP): Stress, ambiguity, and strain. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 7(4), doi: 10.5430/jnep.v7n4p76

Anbari, A. (2015). The RN to BSN Transition: A qualitative systematic review. Global  Qualitative Nursing Research, 2, doi: 10.1177/2333393615614306

Vogelsmeier, A., Anbari, A., Ganong, L., Anderson, R., Oderda, L., Farag, A., & Madsen, R.  (2015). Detecting medication order discrepancies in nursing homes: How RNs and LPNs differ. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 6(3), 48-56. doi: 10.1016/S2155- 8256(15)30785-7

Alexander, G. L., Wakefield, B. J., Anbari, A. B., Lyons, V., Prentice, D., Shepherd, M., …   Weston, M. J. (2014). A usability evaluation exploring the design of American Nurses Association state web sites. Computers in Nursing, 32(8), 378–387.  doi:10.1097/CIN.00000000000068

Teaching Responsibilities

N9420 Qualitative Methods

Presentations and Lectures

Anbari, A., Wanchai, A., & Graves, R. (podium – pecha kucha presentation and poster).   (October 2019). Rural Breast Cancer Survivorship in the United States: A Systematic      Review. WONCA World Rural Health Conference (co-hosted by the National Rural Health Association), Albuquerque, New Mexico

Armer, J., Anbari, A., and Deroche, C. (2019).  BMI Trends and Quality of Life from Breast Cancer Diagnosis through Seven Years’ Survivorship. Paper session presented at the 43rd annual Midwest Nursing Research Society Research Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.

Anbari, A. (2015) The RN to BSN Transition: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Podium presentation, 43rd Biennial Convention Sigma Theta Tau International, Las Vegas, Nevada

Anbari, A. (2015) The RN to BSN Transition: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Podium presentation, 43rd Biennial Convention Sigma Theta Tau International, Las Vegas, Nevada

Mancuso, J., Udlis, K., & Anbari, A. (2016). Comments surrounding the doctor of nursing practice (DNP): Stress, ambiguity, and strain. Podium presentation.  40th Annual Research Conference, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Vogelsmeier, A., Anbari, A., Niemeyer, M., Anderson, R., Ganong, L., Oderda, L., & Farag, A. (2015, April). Nursing home nurses detection of medication order discrepancies. Paper presentation at the Midwest Nurses Research Society, Indianapolis, IN. (Regional)

Honors and Awards

Lymphatic Research and Education Network Lymphedema Therapist Scholarship

Class of 2017 40 under 40 Honorees Springfield (Missouri) Business Journal                   

Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society

 

Memberships

Lymphatic Education & Research Network                                                                    

Oncology Nursing Society                                                                                             

Association of Patient Experience                                                                                 

American Nurses Association                                                                                        

Missouri Nurses Association                                                                                         

Midwest Nursing Research Society