PhD, The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD, 2005
Master of Science in Nursing, Nursing Leadership, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 1996
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1975
2009-2012: Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center Junior Faculty Award: “Task-oriented Exercise and Behavioral Intervention to Increase Free-Living Activity in Stroke.”
2009-2010: VA Special Fellowship in Geriatrics: “Combined Adaptive Physical Activity and Treadmill Training to Increase Free-Living Activity in Stroke.”
2008-2010: University of Maryland Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center/Maryland Exercise and Robotics Center of Excellence Pilot Grant: “Testing Adaptive Physical Activity in Stroke (TAPAS).”
2006-2009: Ruth L. Kirchstein National Research Service Award, Post-doctoral Fellowship: “Increasing Ambulatory Activity after Stroke.”
2001-2006: Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center, grant number 5-P60-AG12583, (Andrew P. Goldberg, Principal Investigator) Program Manager.
Alexander, N, and Michael, K, (2009) Mobility. in Assisted Living Nursing: a Manual for Management and Practice. New York: Springer.
Wilson, D. & Michael, K. (2009) Rehabilitation and palliative care. In Ferrell, B. & Coyne, N., (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing (3rd Edition). New York: Oxford University Press.
Resnick, B, Shaughnessy, M, Galik, E, Scheve, A, Fitten, R, Morrison, T, Michael, K, and Agness, C. (2009) Pilot testing of the PRAISEDD intervention among African American and low-income older adults. J. Cardiovasc Nurs. Sep-Oct;24(5): 352-61. PMID: 19652618
Michael, K, Goldberg, AP, Treuth, MS, Beans, J, Normandt, P, and Macko, RF. (2009) Progressive adaptive physical activity in stroke improves balance, gait, and fitness: preliminary results. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. Mar-Apr;16(2):133-9. PMID: 19581199
Shaughnessy, M & Michael, KM, (2008). Stroke and older adults. In Stein, J, Harvey, Macko, Weinstein, & Zorowitz, eds, Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation. New York: Demos Medical Publishing.
Michael, KM, (2008). Fatigue and sleep disturbances after stroke. In Stein, J, Harvey, Macko, Weinstein, & Zorowitz, eds, Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation. New York: Demos Medical Publishing.
Resnick, B, Michael, K, Shaughnessy, M, Nahm, E-S, Kopunek, S, & Macko, R. (2008). Motivators for exercise after stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 15(5):494-502. PMID: 19008208
Resnick, B, Michael, K, Shaughnessy, M, Nahm, E-S, Kopunek, S, Sorkin, J, Orwig, D, Goldberg, A, & Macko, R. (2008). Inflated perceptions of physical activity after stroke: pairing self-report with physiologic measures. Journal of Physical Activity and Health (5)2, 308-318. PMID: 18382039
Shaughnessy, M, Beidler, SM, Gibbs, K, & Michael, KM. (2007) Confidentiality challenges and good clinical practices in human subjects research: striking a balance. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation (14)2, pp 1-4. PMID: 17517568
Resnick, B, Shaughnessy, M, Macko, RF, Whitall, J, Michael, KM, Nahm, E-S, Kopunek, S, Orwig, D. (2007) Testing of the short self-efficacy and outcome expectations for Exercise Scales in the United States. International Journal of Stroke and Rehabilitation. 14 (3), 110-117.
Michael, KM, Shaughnessy, M, Macko, R. (2007). Ambulatory activity intensity profiles, fitness, and fatigue in chronic stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. (14) 2, pp 5-12. PMID: 17517569
Michael, K. (2006). Acupuncture in post-stroke rehabilitation. In Chan, H. P.Y., Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation: Three Decades of Information from China. Boulder, CO: Blue Poppy Press.
Michael, KM, Allen, RF, Macko, RF. (2006) Fatigue after stroke: relationship to mobility, fitness, ambulatory activity, social support, and falls efficacy. Rehabilitation Nursing (31)5, pp 210-217. PMID: 16948443
Shaughnessy M, Michael, KM., & Normandt, P. (2006) When stroke strikes: minimizing impact and maximizing recovery following stroke. Advances for Nurse Practitioners.;(14)9, pp 26-33, 34. PMID: 16972441
Michael, KM & Shaughnessy, M. (2006). Stroke prevention and management in older adults. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing (21)5 supplement, pp S21-6. PMID: 16966926
Michael, K., (2006). Rehabilitation and palliative care. In Ferrell, B & Coyne, N., (eds.) Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing (2nd Edition). New York: Oxford University Press.
Kopunek, S, Michael, KM, Shaughnessy, M, Resnick, B, Nahm, E-S, Whitall, J, Sorkin, JD, Goldberg, AP, & Macko, RF. (2006). Cardiovascular risk factors in survivors of stroke. Journal of Preventive Medicine 32 (5), pp 408-412. PMID: 17478267
Shaughnessy M, Michael K, Resnick B, Nahm E, Kopunek S, Orwig D. Clinical trials and tribulations: Challenges to realizing intervention research. Symposium Gerontological Society of America. Gerontologist. 2005;45(11):670.
Shaughnessy, M, Michael, KM, Sorkin, J, & Macko, RF (2005) Steps after stroke: Capturing ambulatory recovery. Stroke (36) 1305-1307. PMID: 15879321
Michael, KM, Allen, JK, & Macko, RF, (2005) Reduced ambulatory activity after stroke: the role of gait, balance, and cardiovascular fitness. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (86) 8, pp 1552-1556. PMID: 16084807
Michael, KM, (2002). Fatigue and stroke. Rehabilitation Nursing 27(3), 89-94, 103. PMID: 12004566
Michael, K., (2001). Rehabilitation and palliative care. In Ferrell, B. & Coyne, N., (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing. New York: Oxford University Press.
Michael, KM, (2001). Relationship of skeletal muscle atrophy to functional status: a systematic research review. Biological Research in Nursing (1) 4, pp 117-131.
Michael, KM, (2001). A case for rehabilitation in palliative care. Rehabilitation Nursing 26(3).
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