Lenora Smith Ph.D., RN Assistant Professor, College of Nursing Contact 1610 Ben Graves DriveNursing BuildingRoom 209DHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map email@example.com Biography Lenora Smith's Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Medical University of South Carolina MSN/FNP (subspecialty in palliative care), University of Alabama Birmingham MSN, University of Phoenix BSN, University of North Carolina, Greensboro ADN, Davidson County Community College NHCGNE Distinguished Educator in Gerontological Nursing Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Certified Administrator Certified Dementia Practitioner Clinical Expertise Gerontology Home health Case management Expertise Gerontology Improving Cognition in Dementia with Technology End of life/palliative care Recent Publications Smith, L., Argentina, V., Price, J., & O’Brien, C. (2020). The mobile physical activity and cognitive training (mPACT) app for older adults: A pilot study. Computer, Nursing, Informatics, 38(11), 537-542. Smith, L., & Argentina, V. (2019). The usability of physical activity and cognitive training applications in people with mild cognitive impairment. Research in Gerontological Nursing 13(2), 64-72.doi: 10.3928/19404921-20190930-04. UAH College of Nursing Writing Team. Smith, L. co-writer (2018). Striving for excellence: Creating environments that promote the pedagogical expertise of faculty. National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education. Smith, L., & Ferguson, R. (2017). Artificial nutrition and hydration in people with dementia: What the evidence reveals. Home Healthcare Now – Journal for Homecare Clinicians, 35(6), 321-325. Earp, J., Hannibal, R., & Smith, L.(2017). Shared decision-making at end of life. UAB School of Medicine CME: Geriatrics. Smith, L., Amella, EJ., & Nemeth, L. (2016). Perceptions of home health nurses regarding suffering, artificial nutrition and hydration in late stage dementia. Home Healthcare Now –Journal for Homecare Clinicians, 34(9), 2-8. Smith, L, Amella, E., & Mueller, M. (2015). Instrument development and measurement of NC home health nurses’ knowledge of artificial nutrition and hydration at end of life. Home Healthcare Now –Journal for Homecare Clinicians, 33(1), 38-41. Smith, L. (2015). Dissertation publication: Home Health Nurses’ Knowledge and Beliefs toward Suffering, Artificial Nutrition and Hydration in People with Late Stage Dementia. ProQuest. Smith, L., Amella, E., Edlund, B., & Mueller, M. (2014). A dimensional analysis on the concept of suffering in people with late stage dementia at end of life. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 16(5), 263-270. Smith, L. (2014). SNRS student network editorial. Research in Nursing & Health, 37(14), 9-10.