Dr. Zim Okoli Named KNA Outstanding Nurse Researcher of the Year

Zim Okoli PhD, MPH, MSN, RN, NCTTP, Behavioral Health Wellness Environments for Living and Learning (BH WELL) Director, was awarded Outstanding Nurse Researcher of the Year from the Kentucky Nurses Association (KNA).

6 Ways Occupational Therapists Can Support People Living with Mental Illnesses

Occupational therapists work to help individuals improve everyday life skills so that they can better participate in home, school, work or wherever they may be. Many people know occupational therapists help children with disabilities or adults recovering from injury. BUT did you know that occupational therapists also help people living with mental illnesses?

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Zim Okoli

Factors associated with staff engagement in patients’ tobacco treatment in a state psychiatric facility.

Persons with mental illnesses (MI) who use tobacco are likely to experience poorer physical health and worsened psychiatric symptomology as compared to their non–tobacco-using counterparts…

Factors associated with the initial sensations of smoking among smokers with mental illness.

Compassion satisfaction (CS) among healthcare professionals is a sense of gratification derived from caring for their suffering patients…

A cross-sectional examination of factors associated with compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue across health care workers in an Academic Medical Centre.

Compassion satisfaction (CS) among healthcare professionals is a sense of gratification derived from caring for their suffering patients…

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