Dr. Rasheeta Chandler Implements Guide by Cell’s Audio Tours for Conferences, according to the company press release
University of South Florida College of Nursing Assistant Professor, Rasheeta Chandler, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, has partnered with Guide by Cell to offer a cell phone audio guide to implement her Experiencing Audio Recorded Research (EARR) Model, according to a press release released by the company on Feb. 13.
Dr. Chandler is using the Guide by the Cell’s EARR model to help provide supplemental sound for an audio related study and de-identified audio clips of focus group data retrieved from her research project called The Chameleon: Emotions Evolved by Music Measure Study and Refining What Works. This research is funded by the USF College of Nursing.USF College of Nursing Assistant Professor, Rasheeta Chandler, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC
“My approach to research is unorthodox,” said Dr. Chandler in the press release. ”I am not afraid to explore uncharted territories. As a matter of fact, I find myself on that path often. There is not an intuitive connection with museum science and nursing, but I feel the fusion of concepts between disciplines keeps things interesting. Guide by Cell’s technology has enabled the EARR model to materialize. As a young scientist, it inspires me to pursue the other ideas I have in mind.”
Dr. Chandler has used Guide by Cell at several conferences. Recently, she used EARR at Sigma Theta Tau International Delta Beta-at-Large Annual Research Conference on in Tampa, Fla. She will continue to use the model at other conferences including USF Research Day in Tampa, Fla., Southern Nurses Research Society (SNRS) annual conference in Little Rock, Ark., and the St. Louis Qualitative Research Conference (QuaRC) in St. Louis, Mo.
To read Guide by Cell’s press release click here.