Faculty & Staff Profile

Current Publications




Diane Brage Hudson, RN, PhD
Associate Professor

Current Publications

Fleck, M., Hudson, D.B., Abbott, D., & Reisbig, A. You can’t put a dollar amount on presence: Young, non-resident, low-income, African American fathers. Accepted for publication in Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing.

Hudson, D.B., Campbell-Grossman, C., & Hertzog, M. (2012).The effects of an Internet intervention on mothers’ psychological, parenting, and health care utilization. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 35(3-4), 1-18.

Gill-Hopple, K., & Hudson, D.B. (2012). Compadrazgo. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(12), 117-123.

Aguirre, T., Brage-Hudson, D., Rodehorst-Weber, T., Pozehl, B., Boeckner, L., & Wilhelm, S. (2012). Mexican American mothers' eating and child feeding behaviors. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 35(1), 4-23. doi: 10.3109/01460862.646462

Gill-Hopple, K., & Brage-Hudson, D. (2012). Compadrazgo: A literature review. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(2), 117-123. doi: 10.1177/1043659611433870

Hudson, D.B., Campbell-Grossman, C., Keating-Lefler, R., Carraher, S., Gehle, J, & Heusinkvelt, S. (2009). Online support: Single, low-income, African American mothers. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 34, 350-355.

Campbell-Grossman, C., Hudson, D. B., Keating-Lefler, R., Yank, J., & Obafunwa, T. (2009). Community leaders’ perceptions of Hispanic, single, low-income mothers’ needs, concerns, social support, and interactions with health care services. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 32(1), 31-47.

Campbell-Grossman, C., Hudson, D.B., Keating-Lefler, R., & Heusinkvelt, S. (2009). New Mothers Network: The provision of social support to single, low-income, African American Mothers via E-mail messages. Journal of Family Nursing, 15(2), 220-236. doi:10.1177/1074840708323048.

Hudson, D.B., Campbell-Grossman, C., Keating-Lefler, R., & Cline, P. (2008). New Mothers Network:  The development of an Internet-based social support intervention for African American mothers. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 31, 23-35.

Sittner, B.J., Hudson, D.B., & DeFrain, J. (2007). Using the concept of family strengths to enhance nursing. MCN:  The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 32(6), 353-357.

Campbell-Grossman, C. Hudson, D.B., Keating-Lefler, R., & Fleck, M. (2005). Community leaders' perceptions of single, low-income mothers' needs and concerns during the transition to parenthood. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 22, 241-257.

Sittner, B., DeFrain, J., & Hudson, D.B. (2005). Effects of high risk pregnancy on families. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 30, 121-126.

Keating-Lefler, R., Hudson, D., Campbell-Grossman, C., Fleck, M., & Westfall, J. (2004). Needs, concerns, and social support of single, low-income, African American and Caucasian mothers during the transition to parenthood. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 25, 381-401.

Hudson, D., Campbell-Grossman, C., Fleck, M., Elek, S., & Shipman, A. (2003). Effects of the New Fathers Network on first-time fathers' parenting , self-efficacy, and parenting satisfaction during the transition to parenthood. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 26, 217-229.

Elek, S., Hudson, D.B., & Bouffard, C. (2003). Marital and parenting satisfaction and infant care self-efficacy during the transition to parenthood: The effect of infant sex. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 26, 45-57.

Elek, S., Hudson, D.B., & Fleck, M. (2002). Couples' experiences with fatigue during the transition to parenthood. Journal of Family Nursing, 8, 221-240.

Campbell-Grossman, C., & Hudson, D.B. (2001). Rating student’s technology generated clinical decision making scores. Nurse Educator, 26, 5-6.

Hudson, D. B., Elek, S., & Fleck, M. (2001). First-time mothers' and fathers' transition to parenthood: Infant care self-efficacy, parenting satisfaction, and infant sex. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 26, 5-6.