Advanced Practice Providers - Publications and Research

 Colleen Trevino RN MSN APNP

Colleen Trevino, RN, MSN, APNP, PhD
Nurse Practitioner

Trevino, C., Harl, F., deRoon-Cassini, Brasel, K., & Litwack, K. (2014). Predictors of chronic pain in traumatically injured hospitalized adult patients. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 21, 50-6.

Trevino, C. M., deRoon-Cassini, T., & Brasel, K. (2013). Does Opiate Use in Traumatically Injured Individuals Worsen Pain and Psychological Outcomes? Journal of Pain, 14, 424-430.

Trevino, C. & Webb, T. (2012) Small bowel obstruction. Medical Topic. FIRST Consult Web site. Available at: http://www.firstconsult.com.

Trevino, C., Essig, B., deRoon-Cassini, T., & Brasel, K. (2012). Chronic pain at four months in hospitalized trauma patients: Incidence and life interference. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 19, 154-9.

Trevino, C. M. (2011, August 20). Predictors of chronic pain in traumatically injured hospitalized patients. (Doctoral Dissertation Publication Pending). University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.

Trevino, C. (2010). Small bowel obstruction: The art of management. AACN Advanced Critical Care, 21, 187-194.


Research Grants:
Title:              Longitudinal Pain Trajectories in the Traumatically Injured
Source:          Southwestern Wisconsin Research Consortium
Role:              Principle Investigator
Dates:            May 2012 to May 2013
Direct Funds:  $2500

Research Projects:
Active

Peer Review
Title:             Determining the Predictors of Chronic Pain in Traumatically Injured Hospitalized Patients
Source:         non-funded
Role:             Principle Investigator
Dates:           May 5, 2010 to present
Direct Funds:  none

Peer Review
Title:              Longitudinal Pain Trajectories in the Traumatically Injured
Source:          Southwestern Wisconsin Research Consortium
Role:              Principle Investigator
Dates:            May 2012 to May 2013
Direct Funds:  $2500

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