Hage, B. “Rehabilitation for the primary care provider”. In: Mahan
Buttaro, T., Trybulski, J., Polger Bailey, P., Sandberg-Cook, J. Primary care; a collaborative
practice.(4th ed.) Chicago: Mosby Year-Book, Inc (2014).
Hage, B. “Gerontological and geriatric nursing”, In: Kauffman, T.L., Scott, R.W.,
Barr, J.O., Moran,
M.L. (eds) “The Complete Guide to Geriatric Rehabilitation (3rd ed) (2014). Elsevier
Davis, T.C., Green, J.A., Colqhoun, A., Hage. B.L., Biddle, C. (2012). Anesthesia
recordkeeping: accuracy of recall with computerized and manual entry recordkeeping.
Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, 26(3), 163-169.
Hage, B. (2008) Technologies for long-term care. Gerontechnology, 7(4), 349-350.
Hage, B. (2008). Bridging the digital divide: the impact of computer training, Internet,
email use on levels of cognition, depression, and social functioning in older adults.
Gerontechnology, 7(2): 116.
Hage, B. (2008) An Exploration of the Relationships among Health Literacy, Social
Support, and Patient Activation in Community-Residing Older Adults. Geriatric Nursing,
Hage, B. (2007) Health literacy, In: Trybulski, J., Mahan Buttaro, T., Polger Bailey,
Hall Oas, K. Primary care; a collaborative practice. (3rd ed. )Chicago: Mosby Year-Book,
Inc. (2007 American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award Winner)
Hage, B., Prebola, W.R. (2007). Rehabilitation in primary care, In: Trybulski, J.,
Buttaro, T., Polger Bailey, P., Hall Oas, K. Primary care; a collaborative
practice. (3rd ed. )Chicago: Mosby Year-Book, Inc. (2007 American Journal of Nursing
Book of the Year Award Winner)
Hage, B. (2007). Gerontological and Geriatric Nursing. In: Kauffman T, Barr J and
Moran M (Eds.)
The Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual. (2nd ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Saunders.
Hage, B., Prebola, W.R. (2002). Transcultural considerations involving the pediatric
rehabilitation program of a four year old hemiparetic patient from Guyana, South America:
a case report. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,(83) 11, 1646-1647.
Conference PresentationsToggle Conference Presentations
Hage, B., & Hage D. (2022). Health Literacy: Practical Interprofessional Strategies
for Achieving Health Equity. Invited speaker, Today’s Geriatric Medicine, national
online webinar, Sept. 2022
Hage, B., Hage D., Yanoshak, R. (2021). Interdisciplinary Communication Approaches
to High Quality Advanced Care Planning and the POLST Paradigm,Invited speaker, Today’s
Geriatric Medicine, national online webinar, Dec. 17, 2021.
Hage, B. “Tending Your Inner Garden: Leveraging the Microbiome to Improve
Health”, invited speaker, juried presentation; Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners,
Annual Education Conference, November 2018.
Hage, B. “Agnes and the Kid: Nursing Iconography in Hemingway”; VXIII International
Conference of the Hemingway Society, American University of Paris and the Sorbonne
University, Paris, France. (peer reviewed, juried presentation) 06/27/2018
Hage, B., & Hage, D. “The Ethics of Advanced Care Planning & End-of-Life Care Decision
Making”, Pennsylvania Society for Respiratory Care, Annual State Conference, Wilkes
Barre, PA, May 2018
Hage, B., & Hage, D. “Advanced Care Planning in Dementia”, PA Alzheimer’s Association
Annual Conference, November, 2017.
Alzheimer’s Association/Pennsylvania Coalition for Pennsylvania Orders for Life Sustaining
Treatment-National Health Care Decisions Day Invited Speaker, Mercy Center, Dallas,
PA, “Advanced Care Planning and End of Life Decision making
Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Meeting, Scranton, PA “Health
Care Informatics” Boom or Bust?”April 17, 2010
International Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, 8th International Conference:
Leadership Beyond Borders, London, England. Health Literacy: Relationship to Self-Management
of Health. Juried poster presentation.
Juried poster presentation- selected as finalist for the Judith V. Braun Excellence
in Research Award, “An Exploration of the Relationships Among Health Literacy, Social
Support, And Patient Activation in Community Residing Older Adults”
National Gerontological Nursing Association, 2008 National Convention, Albuquerque,