Laurie Shackleford, DNP, FNP, is the Associate Administrative Director for the Vanderbilt Center for Diabetes Translation Research. Her research interests and experience are in the areas of type 2 diabetes management, diabetes self-management education, telemedicine, and diabetes prevention. Her clinical practice experience includes both family practice and type 2 diabetes specialty care.


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  1. Extending nurse practitioner care using the virtual reality world of second life. Weiner EE, Elasy T, Lorenzi NM, McNew R, Shackleford L, Wolff K, Martin S, Benson C (2012) NI 2012 (2012) : 437
    › Primary publication · 24199137 (PubMed) · PMC3799139 (PubMed Central)
  2. Preventing glycaemic relapse in recently controlled type 2 diabetes patients: a randomised controlled trial. Huizinga MM, Gebretsadik T, Garcia Ulen C, Shintani AK, Michon SR, Shackleford LO, Wolff KL, Brown AW, Rothman RL, Elasy TA (2010) Diabetologia 53(5): 832-9
    › Primary publication · 20084363 (PubMed) · PMC2863104 (PubMed Central)
  3. A randomized controlled trial to prevent glycemic relapse in longitudinal diabetes care: study protocol (NCT00362193). Huizinga MM, Shintani A, Michon S, Brown A, Wolff K, Shackleford L, King EB, Gregory RP, Davis D, Stiles R, Gebretsadik T, Chen K, Rothman R, Pichert JW, Schlundt D, Elasy TA (2006) Implement Sci 1(1): 24
    › Primary publication · 17054790 (PubMed) · PMC1634866 (PubMed Central)

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    Adolescent Adult Aged Community Health Services Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 diabetes research Family Practice Nurse Practitioner Female Humans Hyperglycemia Hypoglycemic Agents implementation reserach Male Middle Aged Patient Education as Topic Patient Selection Secondary Prevention translation research Treatment Outcome