Linda Park, RN, PhD, FNP
|School||UCSF School of Nursing|
|Department||Community Health Systems|
|Address||2 Koret Way, Nursing|
San Francisco CA 94143
|San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center ||Post-Doctoral Fellowship||2014||Division of Geriatrics|
|University of California, San Francisco||Ph.D.||2013||School of Nursing |
|University of Illinois at Chicago||M.S., Family Nurse Practitioner||2000||College of Nursing|
|American Heart Association ||2016
|Department of Veterans Affairs||2016
||2020||Nursing Research Initiative Award|
|National Institute of Health / University of California, San Francisco||2015
|Hellman Foundation ||2015
|American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation||2014||Beginning Investigator Finalist|
|Department of Veterans Affairs ||2013
||2014||Quality Scholars Post-Doctoral Fellowship|
|American Heart Association ||2013||Martha N. Hill New Investigator Award|
|University of California, San Francisco||2009
||2012||Graduate Dean's Health Science Fellowship|
|University of California, San Francisco, Alpha Eta Chapter||1995
||now||Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing|
Dr. Park's program of research focuses on the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Her current research projects center around determining the most engaging, practical, and meaningful technology-based interventions to improve patient self-care, clinical outcomes, and quality of life for patients with ischemic heart disease and heart failure. Dr. Park applies mixed quantitative / qualitative research methods in her research among patients with cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Park is also active in her clinical role as a nurse practitioner and works at a medical center for Cardiovascular Services. She holds an appointment as a Nurse Researcher at San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she conducts work related to her VA Nursing Research Initiative Award.
Areas of interest: cardiovascular disease, secondary prevention, mobile health, text messaging, mobile applications, medication adherence, chronic disease management, cardiac rehabilitation.
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