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Stacie Salsbury, PhD, RN

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Stacie A. Salsbury, Ph.D., R.N.

Associate Professor
Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research - Davenport, Iowa
Research Interests

Spine self-management in midlife and older adults

Research Keywords

gerontology, qualitative methods, integrative medicine, chronic illness, back and neck pain, pain management, chiropractic, clinical trials, health services research, patient-centered care, nursing, veterans health, patient perspectives, stakeholder engagement, implementation science, interprofessional collaboration

Education

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing, Gerontology (Ph.D.), University of Iowa
  • Master of Science in Nursing, Gerontology (M.S.N.), University of Iowa
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.), University of Iowa

Recent Awards/Key Committees

  • Member, Research Committee, World Federation of Chiropractic
  • Board Member, Chiropractic Educators Research Forum (CERF)
  • Editorial Board Member, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Member, Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Committee, Genesis Health System
  • Member, Research Honors Committee, Palmer College of Chiropractic
  • Member, Academy of Educators, Palmer College of Chiropractic
  • WOC Appointment, Research & Development, Iowa City VA Health Care System
  • Peer Reviewer, 35+ biomedical journals
  • Member, NIH-DoD-VA Pain Management Collaboratory, Stakeholder Engagement and Implementation Science Workgroups
  • Steering Committee Member, Adverse Events following Spinal Mobilization and Spinal Manipulation Therapy Delphi Consensus Study
  • Alternate Member, Palmer Institutional Review Board
  • Co-recipient, National Board of Chiropractic Education Best Paper Award, ACC-RAC Conference

Courses Taught
  • CLIN51510
    Research Proposal Development
  • CLIN51520
    Grant Writing Skills
  • CLIN61620
    Independent Study: Focus Groups in Health Research
  • CLIN61620
    Independent Study: Qualitative Methods in Health Science Research
Funded Grants/Projects, 2011-Present

Visit our Grants and Projects page for additional information.

Active Aging for Spine Health: Development of a Novel e-Health Intervention for Older Adults and Doctors of Chiropractic
Co-Principle Investigator

Chiropractic Care for Veterans: A Pragmatic Randomized Trial Addressing Dose Effects for cLBP
Co-Investigator

Collaborative Care for Veterans with Spine Pain and Mental Health Conditions (COCOV)
Co-Investigator

Kiernan Chiropractic Care in Rehabilitation at Crotched Mountain Specialty Hospital
Co-Investigator

Chiropractic Integration into Multidisciplinary Healthcare Systems
Co-Investigator

Co-Management of Older Adults with Low Back Pain by Medical Physicians and Doctors of Chiropractic (COCOA)
Clinical Project Manager, Co-Investigator


Selected Publications

"Like peanut butter to jelly": a qualitative study of chiropractic care and home exercise among older adults with spinal disability

Author(s): Maiers M, Salsbury SA
Publication: Arthritis Care Res
Volume: online ahead of print
Issue: 
Page(s): 
Year: 2021

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Veteran response to dosage in chiropractic therapy (VERDICT): study protocol of a pragmatic randomized trial for chronic low back pain

Author(s): Long CR, Lisi AJ, Vining RD,  Wallace RB, Salsbury SA, Shannon ZK, Halloran S, Minkalis AL, Corber L, Shekelle PG, Krebs EE, Abrams TE, Lurie JD, Goertz CM
Publication: Pain Med
Volume: 21
Issue: Suppl 2
Page(s): S37-S44
Year: 2020

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Chiropractic integration into private sector medical facilities: a multi-site qualitative case study

Author(s): Lisi AJ, Salsbury SA, Twist EJ, Goertz CM
Publication: J Altern Complement Med
Volume: 24
Issue: 8
Page(s): 792-800 
Year: 2018

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Be good, communicate, and collaborate: a qualitative analysis of stakeholder perspectives on adding a chiropractor to the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team

Author(s): Salsbury SA, Vining RD, Gosselin D, Goertz CM
Publication: Chiropr Man Therap
Volume: 26
Page(s): 29
Year: 2018

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Interdisciplinary practice models for older adults with back pain: a qualitative evaluation

Author(s): Salsbury SA, Goertz CM, Vining RD, Hondras MA, Andresen AA, Long CR, Lyons KJ, Killinger LZ, Wallace RB
Publication: Gerontologist
Volume: 58
Issue: 2
Page(s): 376-387
Year: 2018

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