Lindauer, A., Messecar, D., McKenzie, G., Gibson, A., Wharton, W., Bianchi, A, Tarter, R., Tadesse, R., Boardman, C., Golonka, O., Gothard, S., & Dodge, H. (2021). The Tele-STELLA protocol: Telehealth-based support for families living with later-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 77(10), 4254-4267.
Bardach, S., Rhodus, E., Parsons, K., & Gibson, A. (2021). Older adults’ adaptations to the call for social distancing and use of technology: Insights from Socioemotional Selectivity Theory and lived experiences. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 40(8), 814-817.
Bardach, S., Gibson, A., Parsons, K., Stauffer, A., & Jicha, G. (2021). Rural caregivers: Identification of informational needs through telemedicine questions. Journal of Rural Health, 37(2), 406-411.
Bardach, S., Parsons, K., Gibson, A., & Jicha, G. (2020). “From victimhood to warriors:” Super-researchers’ insights into Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial participation motivations. The Gerontologist, 60(4), 693-703.
Gibson, A. (2019). Climate change for individuals experiencing homelessness: Recommendations for improving policy, research, and services. Environmental Justice, 12(4).
Gibson, A., Fields, N.L., Kusmaul, N., Greenfield, J., Wladkowski, S.P., & Mauldin, R.L. (2019). What can an evaluation of the AGESW Predissertation Fellows Program tell us about the mentoring needs of doctoral students? Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 62(8), 852-866.
Gibson, A., Holmes, S.D., Fields, N.L. & Richardson, V.E. (2019). Providing care for persons with dementia in rural communities: Informal caregivers’ perceptions of supports and services. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 62(6), 630-648.
Richardson, V.E., Fields, N., Won, S., Bradley, E., Gibson, A., Rivera, G. & Holmes, S.D. (2019). At the intersection of culture: Ethnically diverse dementia caregivers’ service use. Dementia, 18(5), 1790-1809.
Supporting Each Other (SEO): An in-home biopsychosocial intervention for persons living alone with cognitive impairment.
Creating Harmony at HOME (H@HOME): A pilot study of a telehealth-based program for rural caregivers’ ability to adapt home environments for adults with ADRD. Pilot funded by the Emory Roybal Center for Dementia Caregiving Mastery and the National Institute of Aging.
Using technology to support care partners for persons with Alzheimer’s disease: Tele-STELLA. Funded by the National Institute of Health/National Institute of Aging, R01AG067546.
A novel social work and music therapy telehealth framework to promote older adult wellbeing: A proof-of-concept pilot. Funded by the University of Kentucky’s Igniting Research Collaborations Grant.
The U24 Cooperative Agreement to develop a state-of-the-art Alzheimer Clinical Trial Consortium (ACTC) to support the conduct of academic clinical trials across the continuum of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Funded by the National Institute of Health/ National Institute on Aging. U24 AG057437.
University of Kentucky Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Clinical/Research Core. Funded by the National Institute of Health/ National Institute of Aging, RFA-AG-21-019.
Platform-based MCI trial to address maladaptive behaviors. University of Kentucky’s Center for Clinical and Translational Science & Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Pilot Grant.
The Ohio State University – PhD in Social Work with a Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Aging