Michelle Lee D'Abundo

Michelle Lee D'AbundoDr. Michelle Lee D’Abundo is an Associate Professor at Seton Hall University in the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration. She is a certified life and leadership coach, an Energy Leadership Index™ Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) and a Certified Health Education Specialist. She currently teaches in the Ph.D. program in Health Sciences. Dr. D’Abundo earned her Ph.D. in Adult Education from the University of Georgia, Master of Health at University of North Florida, and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from American University. Dr. D’Abundo previously served as an Associate Professor in Public Health Studies at University of North Carolina Wilmington and as School Health Education Program Director at Salisbury University. Dr. D’Abundo has published many articles and book chapters on well-being, promotion of mindfulness, online learning, and exercise motivation. Dr. D'Abundo is committed to the promotion of lifespan and well-being through leadership, individual and organizational change, community development, and social justice.

Publications

Strategies for Increasing Knowledge Translation of Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training
Brittany V. Allard, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2021. 10 pages.
The field of health care needs to change in order to address challenges such as rising health care costs, aging populations and the need to treat increasing numbers of people...
Teaching Undergraduate STEM Students as Emerging Adults: Developing More Self-Regulated Learners in Online Education
Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2021. 15 pages.
The need to reform science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) education in the United States has been shown through both industry and educational research. Despite many...
Integrating Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training Though Online Learning
Brittany A. Vorndran, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2019. 11 pages.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) involves a healthcare professional using his or her own knowledge, the current research published, and the needs of the patient to make the best...
Integrating Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training Though Online Learning
Brittany A. Vorndran, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2018. 10 pages.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) involves a health care professional using his or her own knowledge, the current research published, and the needs of the patient to make the best...
Integrating Web-Based Technologies Into the Education and Training of Health Professionals
Michelle Lee D'Abundo, Cara Sidman. © 2018. 9 pages.
The integration of online learning and instruction into the education and training of health professionals continues to gain popularity. Curriculums that have previously been...
Online Well-Being Focused Curriculums: A New Approach to Teaching and Learning for K-20 Health Education
Michelle Lee D'Abundo, Stephen L. Firsing III, Cara Lynn Sidman. © 2017. 15 pages.
Education and health are among the most salient issues facing Americans today. The field of public health has moved away from a physical health medical model to a more well-being...
Improving the Recruitment of Minority Populations in Clinical Trials: Advocating for a Strategic Shift Toward Community-Based Recruitment
Saliha Akhtar, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2017. 14 pages.
Clinical research trials are an important part of establishing evidence-based practice in the U.S. healthcare industry. The purpose of this chapter is to review how the...
Integrating Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training: Suggestions for Managing the Transition
Brittany A. Vorndran, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2017. 11 pages.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) involves a health care professional using his or her own knowledge, the current research published, and the needs of the patient to make the best...
Diversifying Clinical Research Participants: The Potential Role of Health Information Technologies and Online Strategies
Saliha Akhtar, Cynthia Israel, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2017. 26 pages.
The diversification of clinical trial participants to include women and minorities is one of the biggest challenges for the clinical research industry. The lack of diversity in...
Increasing the Participation of Women and Minority Populations in Clinical Trials: Integrating Technology-Oriented Strategies into Clinical Research Practice
Michelle Lee D'Abundo, Saliha Akhtar, Cynthia Israel. © 2017. 11 pages.
Increasing the participation of women and minorities in clinical trials is a challenge for the healthcare industry. The lack of diversity in clinical trials prevents the...
Diversifying Clinical Research Participants: The Potential Role of Health Information Technologies and Online Strategies
Saliha Akhtar, Cynthia Israel, Michelle Lee D'Abundo. © 2016. 25 pages.
The diversification of clinical trial participants to include women and minorities is one of the biggest challenges for the clinical research industry. The lack of diversity in...
Online Well-Being Focused Curriculums: A New Approach to Teaching and Learning for K-20 Health Education
Michelle Lee D'Abundo, Stephen L. Firsing III, Cara Lynn Sidman. © 2014. 15 pages.
Education and health are among the most salient issues facing Americans today. The field of public health has moved away from a physical health medical model to a more well-being...