Deborah Dailey is in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and lifestyle behavior modification. Her current interests are in undergraduate instruction, particular in conditioning and training as well as health prevention and promotion across the lifespan. She is a textbook and chapter reviewer for Pearson Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company in the health and exercise science area.
Currently, she is the faculty advisor for the Louisiana State University Baptist Collegiate Ministry and also an Advisory Council member for the Louisiana State University Baptist Collegiate Ministry.
She is certified from the American Heart Association in Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support and is a Certified Basic Life Support Instructor (CPR, AED and First Aid). She provides CPR and First Aid training to campus organizations, local preschool and elementary schools, local and regional healthcare providers, and local churches.
She received the Tiger Athletic Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award in 2009.
Geauxheart Baton Rouge: Impacting At-Risk Cardiovascular Populations Through Community And Faith-Based Centers
Castle, R.1, Johnson, L.G.1, Ray D.2, Gremillion, S.2, Daray, L. 1, McGregor, A. 1, Dailey, D. 1
1Department of Kinesiology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana;
2Louisiana Cardiology Associates, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Abstract accepted for presentation at the Hawaii International Conference on Education 2011
Domangue, E., Solmon, M., Stone, D., & Johnson, L. (2007, March). “Relationship between self-determination, an autonomy supportive climate, and improvement in cardiovascular fitness.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Baltimore, Maryland.
Selected Grants/Funded Projects
Edwards Lifesciences: GeauxHeart Baton Rouge – cardiovascular disease screening and education for underserved populations (health fairs in local churches and community centers)