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Sheria Robinson-Lane

Assistant Professor
Systems, Populations, and Leadership
Nursing

Post-doctoral fellowship, University of Michigan Medical School
PhD, Wayne State University
MSN/MHA, University of Phoenix
BSN, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

Sheria G. Robinson-Lane, PhD, MSN, MHA, RN, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing in the Department of Systems, Populations, and Leadership. Dr. Robinson-Lane’s work aims to reduce health disparities and improve health equity for diverse older adults and family caregivers managing pain and chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Robinson-Lane’s research addresses the ways in which older adults adapt to changes in health, and particularly how various coping strategies affect health outcomes. Her current work is focused on improving the ability of Black, Latinx, and other diverse older adults to successfully age in place through culturally responsive and community-engaged care practices along with effective caregiver support. To this end, she has developed and presented numerous presentations and publications on effective clinical practice and the care and symptom management of older adults with chronic disease. Dr. Robinson-Lane completed her PhD in Nursing at Wayne State University in Detroit and a postdoctoral fellowship in Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training at the University of Michigan Medical School.


Projects:

Health Equity Scoring

University Affiliation(s)

Center for Disability Health and Wellness | IHPI | Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center | Michigan Center for Contextual Factors in Alzheimer's Disease

Community and Professional Affiliation(s)

American Nurses Association | Gerontological Society of America | Michigan Dementia Coalition | Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels | Ypsilanti Senior Center

Research Area(s)

Family caregiving | Health disparities | Older adult chronic disease management | Other | Population Health

Grants

  • Co-investigator of: A new model to reach vulnerable older adults with pain self-management support
  • Co-investigator of: Michigan Center for Contextual Factors in Alzheimer's Disease (MCCFAD)
  • Principal investigator of: Culturally Responsive Support Programming for Black Caregivers of Persons with Dementia
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