Mary Mccurry, PhD
College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult
|University of Massachusetts Amherst||BS in Zoology & Psychology|
|Bristol Community College||ADN|
|University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||MSN|
|Boston College||PhD in Nursing|
Focuses on conceptual and methodological issues employed in health care research. Emphasizes two and three-way analyses of variance (ANOVA); multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA); repeated measures analysis of variance; linear regression models for continuous and binary outcomes; nonlinear regression models analyzing both epidemiologic and clinical data; path analysis; and factor analysis. Examines violations of model assumptions (multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, measurement error) with an emphasis on nursing and health care questions and concrete tasks facing an investigator planning and executing a study. Students use the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) for data mining and statistical analyses.
- Teaching with technology/ millennial learners
- Family caregivers
- Nursing philosophy and theory
- Tyo, M., McCurry, M. K., Horowitz, J., Elliott, K.
Predictors of Resilience and Burden in Family Caregivers of Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder
Journal of Addictions Nursing
- Tyo, M. & McCurry, M.
An Integrative Review: Measuring Caregiver Burden in Family Caregivers of Care Recipients with Substance Abuse Disorder (SAD)
- Corey, K., McCurry, M., Sethares, K., Bourbonierre, M., Hirschman, K., & Meghani, S.
The Post-caregiving Health Model: A theoretical framework for understanding the health of former family caregivers of persons with dementia
Advances in Nursing Science