Pediatric Palliative Care, Bereavement programs in Adult ICUs, Qualitative and quantitative research methods
N158 Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
N108 Nursing Research
N181 Senior Synthesis
N125 Health Assessment 1 Lab
N126 Health Assessment 2 Theory and Lab
Erikson, A. (2011). Grieving after the death of a patient: The Nurse’s perspective. ChiPPS Pediatric Palliative Care Newsletter, Issue #24. August 2011.
Bodeker, G., Kasper, K., Thompson, J, & Erikson, A. (2011) Have you heard? Health literacy and communication is a vital sign. 10th Annual IHA’s Health Literacy Conference, May 4th – 6th. Poster presentation.
Erikson, A. and Davies, B. (2009). Book review: Supporting the Child and the Family in Pediatric Palliative Care, by Erica Brown, with Brian Warr, Forthcoming, Death Studies.
SMU Research grant, 2012 – 2013, $2500
Promise of Nursing Faculty Fellowship, National Student Nursing Foundation, 2006, $5,000
Betty Irene Moore Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Moore Foundation, 2005-2008, $60,000 per year
Sigma Theta Tau