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  1. Nelson, E., Cook, D., Shaw, P., Doolittle, G., & Peacock, G.  (2001).  Pediatrician perceptions of interactive televideo consultation.  Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 6(4). Access online,  http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol6/issue4/nelson.html
  2. Zaylor, C., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. (2001). Clinical outcomes in a prison telepsychiatry clinic.  J Telemed Telecare. 7 Suppl 1, 47-9.
  3. Nelson, E. (2003). Ethical concerns and childhood depression. Bioethics Forum, 18(3-4):55-62.
  4. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Cain, S. (2003). Treating childhood depression over videoconferencing. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth, 9(1), 49-56.
  5. Nelson, E., Citarelli, M., Shaw, P, & Cook, D. (2003). Reshaping health care delivery for adolescent parents: Healthy Steps and telemedicine. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth.  9(4): 387-92.
  6. Nelson, E., Zaylor, C., & Cook, D. (2004). A comparison of  psychiatrist evaluation and patient symptom report in a jail telepsychiatry clinic. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth. 10(Suppl 2): S54-9.
  7. Miller, E.A., & Nelson, E. (2005). Modifying the Roter Interaction Analysis System to study provider-patient communication in telemedicine: Promises, pitfalls, insights and recommendations. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth. 11(1):44-55.
  8. Nelson, E., & Spaulding, R. (2005). Adapting the Roter Interaction Analysis System for Telemedicine: Lessons in Coding Across Four Specialty Clinics.  J Telemed Telecare. 11 Suppl 1:105-7.
  9. Nelson, E.,  & Palsbo, S. Challenges in Telemedicine Equivalence Studies. (2006). Evaluation and Program Planning, Special Technology Edition. 29(4), 419-425.
  10. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Cain, S.  (2006). Feasibility of Teletherapy for Childhood Depression. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, Special Technology Edition, 6(3), 191-195.
  11. Sylvia, E., Koesten, J., Kelly, P., &  Nelson, E. (2008). Exploring Depression in Frontier CommunitiesJournal of a Rural Community Psychology, 11(1).  Access online, http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/V11%20N1/eldonna.pdf
  12. Nelson, E., & Bui, T. (2010).  Rural telepsychology services for children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session.  66(5):490-501.
  13. Nelson, E., Miller, EA, & Larson, KL. (2010). Reliability Associated with the Roter Interaction Analysis System (RIAS) Adapted for the Telemedicine Context. Patient Education and Counseling. 78(1):72-8.
  14. Grady B., Myers K.M., Nelson E., Belz N., Bennett L., Carnahan L., Decker V.B., Holden D., Perry G., Rosenthal L., Rowe N., Spaulding R., Turvey C.L., White R., & Voyles D. (2011). Evidence-based practice for telemental health. Telemed J E Health. 17(2):131-48.
  15. Nelson, E., Bui, T., Velasquez, S. (2011). Telepsychology: Research and Practice Overview. Child Adolesc Psychiatric Clin N Am, 20(1), 67-79.
  16. Nelson, E. L.,  & Velasquez, S. E. (2011). Implementing psychological services over telemedicine, Professional Psychology Research and Practice 42, 535-542.
  17. Nelson, E., Duncan, A., Peacock, G., & Bui, T. (2012) School-based telemedicine and adherence to national guidelines for ADHD evaluation. Psychological Services, 9(3), 293-297.
  18. Rojjanasrirat, W., Nelson, E. & Wambach, K. (2012). Feasibility of in-home telehealth lactation consultation. Journal of Human Lactation. 28, 446-449.
  19. Cook, D., Nelson, E., Ast, C., & Lillis, T. (2013). Strategic planning in an engaged scholarship era. Academic Medicine, 88(5), 614-619.
  20. McClellan, W., Klemp, J. R., Krebill, H., Ryan, R., Nelson, E., Panicker, J., Sharma, M., Stegenga, K. (2013). Understanding the functional late effects and informational needs of adult survivors of childhood cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40(3), 254-62.
  21. Davis, A.M., Gallagher, K., Taylor, M., Canter, K., Dreyer Gillette, M., Wambach, K., Nelson, E.L.  (2013). An intervention to improve nutrition, physical activity and knowledge among low-income teen mothers and their children.  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 34(8), 609-614.
  22. Banitt Duncan, A., Velasquez, S., & Nelson, E.  (2014). Ethical practice and future directions in child telepsychology.  Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 43(1), 115-27. 
  23. Shore, J.H., Mishkind, M.C., Bernard, J., Doarn, C.R., Bell, I., Bhatla, R., Brooks, E., Caudill, R., Cohn, E.R., Barthold, J.D., Eppolito, A., Fortney, J., Friedl, K., Hirsch, P., Jordan, P.J., Kim, T.J., Luxton, D.D., Lynch, M.D., Maheu, M.M., McVeigh, F.L., Nelson, E., O’Neil, P. T., Roberts, L.J., Rye, C., Turvey, C., & Vo, A. (2014). A lexicon of assessment and outcome measures for telemental health. Telemedicine Journal & eHealth, 20(3), 282-92.
  24. Davis, AM, Wambach, K, Nelson, E., Odar, C., Lillis, T., McKinley, A., & Gallagher, M.  (2014). Health Behavior change in Pregnant Women: A Two Phase Pilot Study. Telemedicine and e-Health 20(12):1165-9.
  25. Reese, M., Jamison, T.R., Braun, M., Wendland, M., Black, W., Hadorn, M., Nelson, E., & Prather, C. (2014) Use of Interactive Television in Identifying Autism in Young Children: Methodology and Preliminary Data. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(5):1474-82.
  26. McClellan, W., Fulbright, J., Doolittle, G.C., Alsman, K., Klemp, J. R., Ryan, R., Nelson, E., Stegenga, K., Krebill, H, Al-hihi, E., Schuetz, N., Heiman, A., & Lowry, B.  (2015). A collaborative step-wise process to implementing an innovative clinic for adult survivors of childhood cancer, Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 30(5):e147-55. doi: 10.1016/j.pedn.2015.05.026.
  27. Nelson, E., & Duncan, A. (2015). Cognitive-behavioral therapy using televideo. Cognitive & Behavioral Practice, 22(3), 269-280. doi 10.1016/j.cbpra.2015.03.001
  28. Nelson, E. & Patton, S. (2016). Telepsychology update. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. 26(3), 212-20.
  29. Smith, C., Piamjariyakul, U., Werkowitch, M., Yadrich, D., Thompson, N., Hooper, D., & Nelson, EL. (2016).  Clinical Trial of Translation of Evidence Based Interventions to Mobile Tablets and Illness Specific Internet Sites. International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications. 5(1). pii: 138.
  30. Velasquez SE, Chaves-Carballo E, Nelson E-L. (2016). Pediatric Teleneurology: A Model of Epilepsy Care for Rural Populations, Pediatric Neurology, 64, 32-37. 
  31. Nelson, E.,  & Sharp, S. (2016). A review of pediatric telemental health. Pediatric Clinics of North America. 63, 913–931.
  32. Nelson, E., Cain, S., & Sharp, S. (2017) Telemental health update. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 26(1), 77-91. 
  33. Smith, C., Piamjariyakul, U., Werkowitch, M., Yadrich, D., Thompson, N, & Nelson, E.  (2017). Identification of Depressive Symptoms Including Observations During iPad Based Audio-Visual Sessions. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 35(7):352-357.
  34. Myers K, Nelson EL, Rabinowitz T, Hilty D, Baker D, Barnwell SS, … Bernard J. (2017). American Telemedicine Association Practice Guidelines for Telemental Health with Children and Adolescents. Telemedicine J & eHealth 23(10):779-804.
  35. Nelson, E., Yadrich, D., Thompson, N., Wright, S., Stone, K., Adams, N., Werkowitch, M., & Smith, C. (2017). Telemedicine support groups for home parenteral nutrition (HPN) users and their family caregivers.  Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 32(6), 789–798.
  36. Adams, N., Hamilton, N., Nelson, E., & Smith, C. (2017). Assessing Depressive Symptoms in Patients and Caregivers Participating in a Home-Based Facilitated Support Group via Televideo. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science, 1,1-11.
  37. NQF Telehealth Committee (2017). Creating a framework to support measure development for telehealth. National Quality Forum, Accessed 1/31/18: http://www.qualityforum.org/Publications/2017/08/Creating_a_Framework_to_Support_Measure_Development_for_Telehealth.aspx

Presentations

  1. Peacock, G., Shaw, P., Nelson, E., & Doolittle, G. Using telemedicine to address children with special health care needs: Case examples of telemedicine services in Kansas. American Academy of Pediatrics Conference, Chicago, October 2000.
  2. Zaylor, C., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. Telepsychiatry in a rural jail population.  TeleMed 2001, Royal Medical Society, London, January 2001.
  3. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., Ermer, D., & Cook, D. Telemedicine in clinical practice. American Psychological Association Conference, Sponsored by Division 54, San Francisco, August 2001.
  4. Nelson, E., Shaw, P., & Sanchez, K. Healthy Steps over telemedicine. National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention Conference, Washington, DC, November 2001.
  5. Nelson, E. Practical applications of mental health services for children over telemedicine. Celeste Foundation symposium on technology in foster care. Mt. Dora Florida, March 2004.
  6. Nelson, E., & Swirczynski, D. School-Based telehealth as a two-way street: Treating children and training providers. National Association of Rural Mental Health Conference, Honolulu, August 2005.
  7. Redford, L., Williams, K., & Nelson, E. Preparing Nursing Master Mentor Across Geriatric Care Settings.Annual Meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, Indianapolis, February 2006.
  8. Nelson, E. School-Based Telehealth and Child Mental Health: Treating Children and Training Healthcare Professionals. National Conference on Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations, Seattle, October 2006.
  9. Nelson, E., Davis, K., & Sharp, S.  TeleHelp: An Interdisciplinary School-Based Telemedicine Clinic For Youth Depression. National Association of Rural Mental Health conference, Kansas City, August 2007.
  10. Nelson, E. Bridging the Gap in Rural Communities: Accessing Behavioral Health Services through Telehealth. Rural Portal: Healthy Children and Families, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), Webinar, May 2008.
  11. Nelson, E., Drude, K., & Barnard, M. Telemedicine and Ethics Across Psychology Policy, Clinical, and Research. Symposium at American Psychological Association Conference, Boston, August 2008.
  12. Nelson, E. Child telemental health. American Telemedicine Association Pediatric Conference,  Tampa, September, 2008.
  13. Nelson, E. & Patch, G. Training and Ongoing Support for Telemedicine Nurse Presenters. Professional Nursing Education and Development, Kansas City, October 2008.
  14. Nelson, E. & Bui, T. TeleHelp. Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy Conference, Orlando, November 2008.
  15. Nelson, E. (Panel Leader). Telemedicine applications in pediatric psychology. Pediatric Psychology Conference, Kansas City, April 2009.
  16. Nelson, E. Telemedicine and mental health for legislators. Midwest Women in Government Conference, Chicago, June 2009.
  17. Nelson, E. Telemedicine and psychology careers. American Psychological Association, Rural Health committee, August 2009.
  18. Nelson, E. Medication management in rural telemedicine clinics. National Rural Health Association, Medication Use in Rural America Conference. Kansas City, June 2010.
  19. Rojjanasrirat, W., Wambach, K., Nelson, E., Kung, T. Expanding Support for Breastfeeding Mothers Using In-Home Telehealth Technology. Evidence-Based Practice Conference, San Antonio, July 2010.
  20. Nelson, E. (Workshop Leader). Telemedicine basics for mental health applications, American Psychological Association, San Diego, August 2010.
  21. Nelson, E. Academic perspective on telemental health. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York, November 2010.
  22. Rindner, E. & Nelson, E. TeleHelper: Training Up Nurses via Telepsychiatry to Detect Youth Depression. International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Conference, Tucson, March 2011.
  23. Nelson, E. Emerging technologies in child mental health. American Telemedicine Association Conference, Tampa, May 2011.
  24. Nelson, E. Emerging technologies in pediatric depression. Laybourne Symposium and KUMC Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Kansas City, May 2011.
  25. Nelson, E. Lessons learned from Kansas’ school-based telemedicine. American Telemedicine Association convention, San Jose, May 2012.
  26. Cook, D., & Nelson, E. Sustainability from a State-Funded AHEC Perspective. National AHEC Organization, San Antonio, August 2012.
  27. Nelson, E.  Telepsychiatry in Psychosomatic Medicine: Considerations from a Child Psychologist Perspective. Academy for Psychosomatic Medicine. November 2012.
  28. Nelson, E., & Carmack, A.  The use of telemental health Services for college students at rural universities. American College Health Association conference, Boston,  May 2013.
  29. Nelson, E. (Symposium leader). Telehealth innovations with elders: Research and practice in Kansas. International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII) 6th Scientific Meeting, Chicago, May 2013.
  30. Nelson, E. Ethical-legal aspects of telemental health practice.  Intel/ Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), national webinar, June 2013.
  31. Nelson, E. Rocking the House with Tech: How to Use Technology to Improve Behavioral Interventions with Women (Telehealth component; Chair Maheu).  American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu, August 2013.
  32. Nelson, E.  TeleKidcare at Sweet 16. School-Based Health Alliance Convention, Seattle, June 2014.
  33. Nelson, E.Solutions for Vulnerable Populations – Mental & Behavioral Healthcare with mHealth: What Pediatric Providers Need to Know. mHealth Summit, Washington, DC, December 2014.
  34. Nelson, E., Warren, M.B., Zaudke, J., Shrader, S., Johnston, K., & Teel, C. Interprofessional Education: Win-Win for Communities and Healthcare Trainees. National Rural Health Association, Philadelphia, April 2015.
  35. Nelson, E., Luxton, D., & Maheu, M. Safety Risk Management and Telebehavioral Health with Special Populations. American Telemedicine Association, Los Angeles, May 2015.
  36. Nelson, E., & Myers, K. Home-Based Child Telemental Health 101: Clinician Perspectives on Delivering Safe & Effective Care.  American Telemedicine Association, Los Angeles, May 2015.
  37. Nelson, E., Patton, S., & Manos, L. Lessons Learned Across Three In-Home Telemedicine Initiatives Supporting Pediatric Patients and Their Caregivers. American Telemedicine Association, Minneapolis, May 2016.
  38. Nelson, E., Myers, K., Hilty, D., & Rabinowitz, T. A child and adolescent telemental health clinical guideline. American Telemedicine Association, Minneapolis, May 2016.
  39. Zaudke, J., Shrader, S., Warren, MB, Grayson, J., &  Nelson, E. Making Interprofessional Practice Real:  Developing Student Experiences in Rural Settings. National AHEC Organization Conference, Washington, DC, June 2016.
  40. Nelson, E., Warren, M., & Deckert, C. How-Tos in Pairing Project ECHO and Performance Improvement to Advance Pain Management Across a Rural State. North America Primary Care Research Group, Bethesda, MD, June 2017.
  41. Nelson, E., Warren, M., & Deckert, C. How-Tos in Pairing Project ECHO and QI to Advance Pain Management Across a Rural State. Alliance for Continuing Education of Health Professions Quality and Innovation Summit (QIS), Park City, UT, September 2017.
  42. Nelson, E. Using implementation science methods in ECHO evaluation. MetaECHO Conference, Albuquerque, NM, September 2017.

Scientific papers presented at local and regional meetings:

  1. Nelson, E. The out of control child. Sixth Annual Southeast Kansas Psychiatric Symposium. Coffeyville, KS, November 2000.
  2. Nelson, E. Telemedicine for case managers. Midwest Case Management Conference. Kansas City, MO, April 2001.
  3. Nelson, E. Adolescent depression. Area Health Education Summer Conference, Hays, July 2005.
  4. Nelson, E. TeleKidcare: An Update and Cultural Competence Examples. Kansas School Nurses Conference. Wichita, July 2005.
  5. Nelson, E., & Belz, N. School-Based Telehealth and Child Mental Health:  Treating Children and Training Healthcare Professionals. Governor’s Public Health Conference, Wichita, April 2006.
  6. Nelson, E. Cognitive behavioral treatment strategies for youth depression. TeleHelp Summer Conference, Kansas City, June 2006.
  7. Nelson, E. Pediatric depression and adherence to treatment. TeleHelp School Nurses Conference, Kansas City, March 2007.
  8. Nelson, E. & Sosland, J. Depression and bullying. TeleHelp Summer Conference, Kansas City, June 2007.
  9. Nelson, E. Stress management and schools. TeleHelp School Nurses Conference, Kansas City, March 2008.
  10. Nelson, E. Telemental health. Greater Kansas City Psychological Association, Lenexa, April 2008.
  11. Bui, T., & Nelson, E. Updates on Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care. Community Wellness Conference, Tribune, October 2008.
  12. Nelson, E. Bridging the Gap: Telemental health in Kansas. Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved (KAMU) membership webinar, February 2009.
  13. Nelson, E. (Conference Chair). Prevention at school: Depression. Kansas City Kansas School Nurses Conference, March 2009.
  14. Nelson, E. Depression. Second Annual Mental Health Conference, Area Health Education Centers, Hays, KS, April 2009.
  15. Nelson, E. HIT Evaluation & Funding roundtable. Kansas Health Information Technology (HIT) Conference, Wichita, KS, July 2009.
  16. Nelson, E.  & Ellington, E. Depression Update. Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved (KAMU) conference, Wichita, KS, September 2010.
  17. Nelson, E. Depression. Third Annual Mental Health Conference, Area Health Education Centers, Hays, KS, June 2011.
  18. Nelson, E., & Pendleton, C. Telemedicine and psycho-educational programs. Midwest Cancer Alliance Annual Conference, Kansas City, KS, October 2011.
  19. Nelson, E. Emerging technologies in child mental health. Greater Kansas City Psychological Association conference, Overland Park, KS, November 2011.
  20. Nelson, E. Mental health for life: Pediatric mood and anxiety disorders. Area Health Education Centers, four regional presentations (Chanute, Dodge City, Goodland, & Manhattan), Fall 2011.
  21. Ast, C., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. Communicating Outreach at the Academic Table and Beyond. Counsel for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), Region 6. Denver, CO, January 2012.
  22. Nelson, E., Redford, L., & Williams, K. Telehealth technologies for Kansas elders.  HITS Scholars field experience, Kansas City, KS, February 2012.
  23. Cook, D. & Nelson, E. Outreach update. KUMC Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Kansas City, KS, February 2012.
  24. Nelson, E., & Davis, K. Chronic pain in children. Kansas Partnership for Pain Management Inaugural Conference. Wichita, KS, November 2014.
  25. Kennedy, M., Nelson, E., & Nunn, T. Rural ER and Telehealth Opportunities. Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine Conference, Overland Park, KS, April 2015.
  26. Nelson, E., Pingleton, S., Simpson, M., & Long, T. Ethical considerations in pain management: An interprofessional statewide pain management initiative. KUMC Pediatrics Ethics Summit/Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Kansas City, KS, April 2015.
  27. Nelson, E. ECHO Introduction. Kansas Children with Special Health Care Needs Toolkit Summit, Topeka, June 2015.
  28. Nelson, E. Telemental health update. Kansas Association of Community Mental Health Centers Conference, Wichita, September, 2015. 
  29. Nelson, E. Telemedicine update. KCHIMA Meeting, Kansas City, February 2016.
  30. Nelson, E. Update on telehealth in Kansas. IT Tech Tour at the Kansas Statehouse. Topeka, September 2016.
  31. Nelson, E. KUCTT telemedicine update. KC Digital Drive Reimbursement Conference. Kansas City, April 2017.
  32. Nelson, E., Wright, S., Gracy, J., & Deckert, C. Telehealth ROCKS Update. Kansas Poverty Conference, Topeka, July 2017.
  33. Nelson, E. Telehospice update. Kansas Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Conference, Salina, August 2017.
  34. Nelson, E. Access to Care: Telehealth and Rural Populations. Southeast Kansas Health Equity Symposium. Independence, September 2017.
  35. Nelson, E. Technologies in clinical practice. Midwest Region Health Professions Conference, Pittsburg, October 2017.
  36. Nelson, E. Lead, Telemedicine Perspectives Panel. Kansas Cancer Partnership, Topeka, January 2018.
  37. Nelson, E. Panel lead, Partnering with Primary Care to Advance Child Behavioral Health: A Panel of Three Approaches. Laybourne Symposium, Olathe, Scheduled April 2018.
     

Poster presentation at national and international meetings:

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  1. Nelson, E., & Gallant, S. College women and the symptom of chewing and spitting out food.  Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy Conference, Toronto, November 1999.
  2. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Ermer, D. Cognitive behavioral therapy over interactive televideo: Ethical considerations. American Psychology Association Conference, Washington, DC, August 2000.
  3. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Ermer, D. Childhood depression in a telemedicine context.  Association for the  Advancement of Behavior Therapy Conference, New Orleans, November 2000.
  4. Cain, S., Nelson, E., McCandless-Glimcher, L., Shaffie, S., & Spaulding, A. Telepsychiatry services in an urban school district for 2000-2001. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference, Honolulu, November 2001.
  5. KU Center for Telemedicine poster collaborator, American Telemedicine Association Conference, Fort Lauderdale, June 2001.
    • Telemedicine in a rural jail population. First Place Poster Award.
    • Healthy Steps interventions for adolescent parents over interactive televideo.  
    • Telemedicine provider perceptions of diagnostic and treatment efficacy in a pediatric population. 
    • Telemedicine efficacy in a pediatric setting.
  6. Nelson, E., & Spaulding, R. Adapting the Roter Interaction Analysis System for Telemedicine: Lessons in Coding Across Four Specialty Clinics. Royal Medical Society, London, November 2004.
  7. Nelson, E. Research approaches to investigating patient-provider interactions in rural telemedicine. National Rural Health Association conference, New Orleans, May 2005.
  8. Nelson, E. TeleHelp: A School-Based Technology Approach to Youth Depression. National Rural Health Association conference, Anchorage, May 2007.
  9. Nelson, E. Adherence to ADHD guidelines in a school-based telemedicine clinic. NIMH Mental Health Services Health Association conference, Washington DC, July 2007.
  10. Peacock, G., Nelson, E., & Foster, J. ADHD guideline adherence  in a team telemedicine clinic. Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics conference, Providence, RI, September 2007.
  11. Nelson, E., Khanna, P, Sharp, S., Cain, S., & Sonnenschein, K. Application of telemedicine practice parameters in school-based TeleKidcare clinics. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry conference, Boston, October 2007.
  12. Wambach, K., Davis, A., Carlson, S., Richter, K., Malone, B., Gallagher, M., Domian, E., & Nelson, E. A Pilot Study of Pregnant Women Using the Maternal Multiple Health Behavior Change Survey, MNRS Annual Research Conference Columbus, OH, March, 2011.
  13. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., Davis, A., Sosland, J., Lassen, S., Penick, E. Telepsychology Approaches at an Academic Health Center. Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers conference, Boston, MA, March 2011.
  14. Warren, M.B., Nelson, E., Cook, D.  Connecting the Dots: Area Health Education Centers as Rural Research Liaisons. National Rural Health Association, Austin, May 2011.
  15. Rojjanasrirat, W., Wambach, K., & Nelson, E. Feasibility of In-Home Telehealth Lactation Consultation. 5th Annual Hong Kong International Nursing conference, Hong Kong, June 2011.
  16. Cain, S., Nelson, E. , & Spaulding, R. Psychopharmacology via telepsychiatry to an urban daycare. European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Helsinki, June 2011.
  17. Mulhern, M., Pendleton, C., Nelson, E., Groneman, B., Bush, C., & Banitt Duncan, A. Community outreach using televideo to support rural cancer patients and their families.  International Cancer Education Conference, Buffalo, NY, September 2011.
  18. Duncan, A.B., Mulhern, M., Pendleton, C., Nelson, E., Groneman, B., & Bush, C. Satisfaction with televideo support groups among rural cancer patients. Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA, April 2012.
  19. Lillis, T., Stevens, D., Warren, M., & Nelson, E. Day-to-day variability in sleep quantity and technology use among children and adults in a Mennonite community sample. SLEEP 2013, Baltimore, June 2013.
  20. Klemp, J., Stegenga, K., McClellan, W., Krebill, H., Ryan, R., Sharma, M., Panicker, J., Fulbright, J., Lowry, L., & Nelson, E. Adult survivors of childhood cancer: development of a regional transitions program. American Society of Clinical Oncology, San Diego, November 2013.
  21. Duncan, A., Nelson, E., Maheu, M., Glueckauf, R., Drude, K., & Gustafson, D. Technology training in psychology internships. Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Nashville, November 2013.
  22. Krigel, S., Krebill, H., Leeper, M., Spaulding, A., & Nelson, E. Creating a Psychooncology Service to Meet the Needs of Patients and Healthcare Providers Living in Rural Communities. American Psychosocial Oncology Society conference, Tampa, February 2014.  
  23. Sharma, M., Raman, P., McClellan, W., Warren, M., Nelson, E., Ryan, R., Stegenga, K., Davis, K., Klemp, J., &  Fulbright, J. Bridging the Gap: Improving Health Knowledge Gaps in Providers of Childhood Cancer Survivors through a Continuing Education Program. (Poster 3094). American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Chicago, February 2014.
  24. Kennedy, M.,  Nelson, E., & Wellever, A. Medical Students as Research Liaisons to Rural Communities.  National Rural Health Association, Las Vegas, April 2014.
  25. Kennedy, M.,  Nelson, E. , & Wellever, A. Rural Health Workforce Adaptive Strategies in Kansas, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Health Workforce Research Conference, Washington, D.C., May 2014.
  26. Klemp, J., Doolittle, G., Krebill, H., Bush, C., & Nelson, E. Regional Network to Support and Train Healthcare Providers Across the Heartland: Survivorship, Navigation, Psycho-Oncology, and Clinical Trials Participation.  Cancer Survivorship Research Conference, Atlanta, June 2014.
  27. Krigel, S., Nelson, E., Spaulding, A., Krebill, H., Leepers, M., & Doolittle, GC. Psycho-oncology via telemedicine:  A model to provide services to a rural population. American Society of Clinical Oncology, Palliative Care in Clinical Symposium, Boston, MA, October 2014.
  28. Nelson, E., Fennel, S., Sosland, J., Lassen, S., Wendland, M., Art, W., Greiner, A., & Barnard, M. Telepsychology Best Practices in Translating Evidence-Based Services for Child Trauma to the Home. National Child and Adolescent Psychology Conference, Lawrence, KS, October 2014.
  29. Nelson, E., Fennel, S., Sosland, J., Lassen, S., Wendland, M., Art, W., Greiner, A., & Barnard, M. Evaluating a Protocol for Evidence-Based Child Trauma Intervention Using Secure Home-Based Videoconferencing. NIH-Sponsored National Dissemination and Implementation Conference, Washington DC, December 2014.
  30. Kennedy ML, Nelson, E. Wellever A, Haws L. Rural Family Medicine Obstetrical Services Survey. NRHA, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.                                                       
  31. Kennedy ML, Nelson EL, Wellever A, Haws L. Rural Family Medicine Obstetrical Services Survey. Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Workforce Conference, Alexandria, VA. May, 2015.                                                            
  32. Kennedy ML, Sharpe, M., Burnett, D., & Nelson, E. Are Health Care Providers in Rural Kansas Following Recommended Asthma Treatment Guidelines as Published by the NHLBI? NRHA, Minneapolis. May 2016.               
  33. Doolittle, G., Kuhlman, S., Nelson, E., Spaulding, A., Krebill, H., & Barnes, J. Enhancing Hospice Care in Kansas with Mobile Tablet Technology. Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) Conference, Orlando, November 2016.
  34. Wambach, K., Davis, A., & Nelson, E. The momHealth Feasibility Study. Midwest Nursing Research Society, Minneapolis, MN,  April 2017.
  35. Doolittle, G., Nelson, E., Spaulding, A., & Kuhlman, S. TeleHospice: Implementation Lessons from Rural Hospice Care with Mobile Tablets. American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Conference, Chicago, June 2017.

Poster presentation at local and regional meetings:

  1. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Ermer, D.  Steps in implementing a randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral therapy in an inner-city school district. Kansas Conference in Clinical Child Psychology, Lawrence, KS, October 2000.
  2. Nelson, E., & Barnard, M.  Cognitive behavioral therapy for childhood depression: A comparison of face-to-face and interactive televideo settings.  Kansas Conference in Clinical Child Psychology, Lawrence, October 2002.
  3. Bui, T. &  Nelson, E. TeleHelp: A School-Based Technology Approach to Youth Depression. Kansas Conference in Clinical Child Psychology, Lawrence, KS, October 2008.
  4. Rojjanasrirat, W, Wambach, K. & Nelson, E. Telehealth services to support breastfeeding mothers. KUMC Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, November 2010.
  5. Nelson, E., Warren, M.B., Cook, D. (eposter). Area Health Education Centers as rural research liaisons. KUMC Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, November 2010.
  6. Ryan, R., McClellan, W., Stegenga, K., Klemp, J., Krebill, H., & Nelson, E. Survey of adult survivors of pediatric cancer. Kansas Public Health Conference, Wichita, September 2011.
  7. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., Davis, A., Sosland, J., Lassen, S., Penick, E. Telepsychology approaches at an academic health center. KUMC Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, November 2011.
  8. Kennedy, M., Wellever, A., & Nelson, E. Rural Health Workforce Adaptive Strategies in Kansas,  Kansas Academy of Family Physicians, June 2014.
  9. Doolittle, G., Nelson, E., Spaulding, A., & Kuhlman, S. TeleHospice: Implementation Lessons from Rural Hospice Care with Mobile Tablets.  KUMC Academic Day, Interprofessional Poster Session, November 2017.
  10. Khan, T., Simpson, M., Twillman, R., Deckert, C., & Nelson, E. Project ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) for Pain Management: Preliminary Data from a Technology-Enabled Quality Improvement Approach. KUMC Academic Day, Interprofessional Poster Session, November, 2017.

Invited seminars at other universities:

  1. Nelson, E. Mental health services for children over telemedicine. American Telemedicine Association invited tutorial participant, Los Angeles, June 2002.
  2. Nelson, E. Clinical examples of telemental health services with children. Invited speaker for pre-conference.  American Telemedicine  Association Conference, Denver, April 2005.
  3. Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) conference, Washington, DC, October 2007.
  4. Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for MATTeR monthly webinar, October 2007.
  5. Nelson, E. Child telemental health services and access to care. Invited speaker for University of Missouri Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Columbia, November 2007.
  6. Nelson, E. Telemental health ethics. Invited speaker at ATA Telemental Health Preconference. Seattle, April 2008.
  7. Nelson, E. Privacy and Confidentiality in Telehealth--Professional ethical requirements, HIPAA, and related state requirements. Invited speaker for Center for Telemedicine Law (CTeL) National Webinar, October 2008.
  8. Nelson, E. Telemedicine basics: Tutorial for pediatrics. Invited speaker, ATA Pediatrics Conference, September 2009.
  9. Nelson, E. Telepsychology update. Invited speaker for Telemedicine Learning Through an Interactive Network in California (T-LINC)  national webinar, April 2010.
  10. Nelson, E. Telemental health overview. Invited speaker for Pacific Islands Chapter ATA, regional webinar, July 2010.
  11. Nelson, E. Telemedicine overview and demonstration. Presentation to Kansas Board of Regents meeting. Kansas City, April 2011.
  12. Nelson, E. Telehealth overview. Invited presentation to Steering Committee for the Caucus on Arthritis and
    Musculoskeletal Health Disparities. Arlington, April 2011.
  13. Nelson, E. School-based telehealth.  Invited speaker, national webinar through HRSA Telehealth Resource Centers, September 2011.
  14. Nelson, E. Ethical-legal aspects of pediatric telemental health practice.  Invited speaker, TeleHealth Forum 2012, national webinar through the Telemental Health Institute, October 2012.
  15. Nelson, E. Invited panelist, Division 35, Women & Technology Discussion Forum: Upholding Feminist Principles in Developing Innovative Technologies. American Psychological Association convention,  August 2013.
  16. Nelson, E. Invited presentation and program consultation through internal grant, Child telemental health. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, August 2013.
  17. Nelson, E. Invited presentation and program consultation. Pediatric telemedicine services. University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, August 2013.
  18. Nelson, E. Invited presentation/webinar. Ethical consideration in telemental health. University of Southern California, Department of Social Work/Captain Jose Belardo. August 2014.
  19. Nelson, E. Invited presentation and program consultation. Telepsychology: Services & Supervision. Kentucky Psychological Association meeting, Louisville, November 2014.
  20. Nelson, E. Introduction to Project ECHO for pain management. Kansas Partnership for Pain Management Inaugural Conference. Wichita, KS, November 2014.
  21. Nelson E. Invited presentation, Ethical practices in telemental health. University of Southern California, webinar School of Social Welfare, February 2015.
  22. Nelson, E.  Invited presentations and program consultation. Child telemental health and Telepsychology approaches. Telemental Health Conference.  Akron, OH, March 2015.
  23. Nelson, E.  Invited telepsychology presentation, American Telemedicine Association Pre-Conference Course. TMH: Delivering Great Care, Getting Paid, and Avoiding Legal Problems. Los Angeles, CA, May 2015.
  24. Nelson, E., Maheu, M., &  Martin, J. 411 on Telehealth Funding for Rehabilitation. American Telemedicine Association national webinar, October 2016.
  25. Nelson, E.  Introduction to Telehealth Funding. National Health Resources and Services Administration, National Webinar, January 2017.
  26. Nelson, E.  Overview of national child and adolescent telemental health guidelines. National webinar Telehealth Tuesdays, National Frontier and Rural ATTC, June 2017.
  27. Nelson, E.  Project ECHO and telemedicine examples relevant to maternal-child health. Grantee webinar, Maternal Child Health Bureau, July 2017.
  28. Nelson, E. Telehealth update for child and maternal health. National Maternal and Infant Nutrition Intensive Course, Minneapolis, MN, August 2017.
  29. Nelson, E. Social determinants of health and telehealth. KUMC Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, November 2017.
  30. Nelson, E. Update on Kansas Telehealth and Telehealth Panel Moderator. Kansas Cancer Partnership, Topeka, January 2018.
  31. Nelson, E. Implementation of Project ECHO.  HRSA Community Grantees National Meeting, February 2018. 

Books:

  1. Nelson, E. (2004). Efficacy research in patient care delivery: A case study concerning treating childhood depression over interactive televideo. Case Studies in Telemedicine, P Whitten & D Cook (Eds.) Jossey-Bass.
  2. Nelson, E., Bui, T., & Sharp, S. (2011). Telemental health competencies: Training examples from a youth depression telemedicine clinic. In M. Gregerson (Ed.), Technology Innovations for Behavioral Education, pg. 41-48. New York: Springer.
  3. Nelson, E , Banitt Duncan, A, & Lillis, T. (2012). Special considerations for conducting psychotherapy through videoteleconferencing. In K. Myers & C. Turvey (Eds.), Telemental health: Clinical, technical and administrative foundations for evidence-based practice. p. 295-313. New York: Elsevier.
  4. Nelson, E, Davis, K., & Velasquez, S. (2012). Telemedicine and ethics. In K. Myers & C. Turvey (Eds.), Telemental health: Clinical, technical and administrative foundations for evidence-based practice, p. 47-52. NY: Elsevier.
  5. Velasquez, S., Banitt Duncan, A., & Nelson, E. (2012). Technological innovations in rural mental health service delivery. In B. Smalley, J. Warren, & J. Rainer (Eds.), Rural Mental Health, New York: Springer.
  6. Nelson, E. & Lillis, T. (2013). Managing real-time telepsychology practice. Psychologists' Desk Reference III. Editors G. Koocher, J. Norcross, & B. Greene. Oxford: New York. Pp. 690-695.
  7. Schroeder, C. & Nelson, E. (2013). Interviewing parents. Psychologists' Desk Reference III. Editors G. Koocher, Norcross, & B. Greene. Oxford: New York. Pp. 45-50.
  8. Cain, S., Nelson, E., & Myers, K. (2015). Telepsychiatry. Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. This is the leading national textbook for child psychiatry.
  9. Luxton, D., Nelson, E., & Maheu, M. (2016). A Practitioner's Guide to Telemental Health, American Psychological Association Press: Washington, DC.

Published Abstracts:

  1. Ermer, D., Nelson, E., & Cook, D. (2000). An evaluation of treatment of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) over Tele-Kidcare. Abstract, Telemedicine Journal, 6(1), 177. Presented at ATA Convention, Phoenix, May 2000.
  2. Nelson, E., Barnard, M., & Ermer, D. (2000). A comparison of two Tele-Kidcare interventions (cognitive-behavioral therapy or pharmacological treatment) to current community services for childhood depression. Abstract, Telemedicine Journal, 6(1), 129. Presented at ATA Convention, Phoenix, May 2000.
  3. Nelson, E. & Cook, D. (2003). Treating childhood depression over interactive televideo. Telemedicine Journal and eHealth, 9(Suppl 1), S-114. Presented at ATA Convention, Orlando, May 2003.
  4. Nelson, E., & Spaulding, R. (2004). Adapting a patient-provider interaction coding system for interactive televideo. Abstract, Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 10(Suppl 1), S-55. Presented at ATA Convention, Tampa, May 2004.
  5. Nelson, E., Spaulding, R., & Doolittle, G. (2004). Transforming tele-clinical information into pilot data: Research design. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 10(Suppl 1), S-73. Presented at ATA Convention, Tampa, May 2004.
  6. Liskow, B., Nelson, E., Cain, S., Khanna, P. & Baum, P. (2004). An evaluation of telepsychiatry from a training perspective. Abstract, Telemedicine and e-Health, (10 Suppl 1), S-46. Presented at ATA Convention, Tampa, May 2004.
  7. Nelson, E. (2005). Telehealth treatment of depression: Translating research findings into practice. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 11, 201. Presented at ATA Convention, Denver, May 2005.
  8. Whitten, P., Krupinski, E., Grigsby, J., Wooton, R., Nelson, E., & Jennett, P. (2005). The telemedicine research field: A rigorous debate. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 11, 223-224. Presented at ATA Convention, Denver, May 2005.
  9. Nelson, E., Miller, E., & Spaulding, R. (2006). Validation of a patient-provider communication measure for interactive televideo. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12, 195-196. Presented at ATA Convention, San Diego, May 2006.
  10. Nelson, E., Cain, S., Khanna, P., & Spaulding, R. (2006). Evaluation from a diagnostic efficacy trial of child telepsychiatry. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12, 198. Presented at ATA Convention, San Diego, May 2006.
  11.  Nelson, E., Liskow, B., & Spaulding, R. (2006). Psychiatry resident training program utilization of telepsychiatry. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12, 217. Presented at ATA Convention, San Diego, May 2006.
  12. Nelson, E., Davis, K., Sharp, S., & Borror, H. (2007). An integrated telehealth intervention for youth depression. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 13, 193. Presented at ATA Convention, Nashville, May 2007.
  13. Nelson, E., Peacock, G., Sosland, J., & Belz, N. (2007). Trainee perceptions of implementing national ADHD guidelines in TeleKidcare clinics. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 13, 194. Presented at ATA Convention, Nashville, May 2007.
  14. Davis, K. G., Nelson, E., Spaulding, R., & Cook, D. (2007). Educating educators: A telemental health resource for training school professionals. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 13, 207. Presented at ATA Convention, Nashville, May 2007.
  15. Nelson, E., Jones, J. P., & Kuzbyt, W. J. (2007). Three primary care approaches to ADHD treatment over telemedicine. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 13, 208-209. Presented at ATA Convention, Nashville, May 2007.
  16. Nelson, E. (2008). Evolution of a School-Based Telemedicine Program. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 14(Suppl 1),50-51. Presented at ATA Convention, Seattle, May 2008.
  17. Nelson, E. Ellerbeck, K., & Davis, K. (2008). Team-based pediatric telemental health approaches. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,14(Suppl 1), 91. Presented at ATA Convention, Seattle, May 2008.
  18. Spaulding, R., & Nelson, E. (2008). Cost considerations for telemental health services. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,14(Suppl 1),30. Presented at ATA Convention, Seattle, May 2008.
  19. Nelson, E., Sharma, M., & Bui, T. (2009). Survey of state regulatory practices for telemedicine and psychology. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,15(Suppl 1), S-48. Presented at ATA Convention, Las Vegas, April 2009.
  20. Nelson, E., Cain, S, & Khanna, P. (2009). Diagnostic efficacy of child telepsychiatry services for a school population. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,15(Suppl 1), S-71-S-72. Presented at ATA Convention, Las Vegas, April 2009.
  21. Nelson, E., & Patch, G. (2009). Evolution of reimbursement policy in telemental health clinics. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,15(Suppl 1), S-75-76. Presented at ATA Convention, Las Vegas, April 2009.
  22. Spaulding, R., Nelson, E., Patch, G. Kansas school-based telehealth goals and outcomes. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 16 (S 1), S-64. Presented at American Telemedicine Association Conference, San Antonio, May 2010.
  23. Nelson, E., Mulhern, M., Bush, C., & Groneman, B. Televideo Support Services for Rural Cancer Patients and Their Families. Telemedicine and e-Health, 17(4). Presented at American Telemedicine Association Conference, Tampa, May 2011.
  24. Nelson, E. Rojjanasrirat, W., & Wambach, K. Feasibility of In-Home Telehealth Lactation Consultation. Telemedicine and e-Health, 17 (4). Presented at American Telemedicine Association Conference, Tampa, May 2011.
  25. Duncan, A., Nelson, E., Redford, L., Warren, M.B., Velasquez, S., & King, S. Using televideo to deliver a quality improvement initiative for pain management. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 18(4, Suppl 1), A-135. Poster presented at the American Telemedicine Association convention, San Jose, May 2012.
  26. Nelson, E. Research perspectives in telepsychology. Establish an evidence-base for telemental health panel. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 18(4, Suppl 1), A-7. Presented at the American Telemedicine Association convention, San Jose, May 2012.
  27. Velasquez, S., Ko, J., & Nelson, E. Using multimedia to disseminate information about pediatric teleneurology. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health,18(4, Suppl 1), A-97. Poster presented at the American Telemedicine Association convention, San Jose, May 2012.
  28.  Velasquez S., Nelson, E., Schlageck, J., & Jones, M. Evaluation of mobile tablet devices for on-call coverage in a comprehensive adult care facility. Abstract. Telemedicine and e-Health, 19(5), A-126. Poster presented at the American Telemedicine Association convention, Austin, May 2013.
  29. Nelson, E. Telemental health: Community collaborations for youth lessons: child psychologist perspective. Abstract. Telemedicine & e-Health, 20(5), A-63. Presented at the ATA Conference, Baltimore, May 2014.
  30. Nelson, E. Research in child and adolescent telemental health: Populations, methodologies, and effectiveness. Abstract. Telemedicine & e-Health, 20(5), A-45. Presented at the ATA Conference, Baltimore, May 2014.
  31. Nelson, E., Kuhlman, S., Doolittle, G., Spaulding, A., & Krebill, H. TeleHospice 2.0:
    Implementation Lessons from Rural Hospice Care with Mobile Tablets. Proceedings from the 9th annual conference on the science of dissemination and implementation. Implementation Science, 12( Supplement 1). Presented at NIH Dissemination & Implementation Conference, Washington, DC., December 2016.


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