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7-11 November 2015 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Aria resort and Casino

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Become a Vision Society donor and ensure that research and leadership opportunities are available to nurses around the world.

Diane Leigh Butcher, Canada Research Grant Recipient

Igal Zlatkin, Israel Leadership Education Grant Recipient Brianna Crothers, USA Membership Subsidy Recipient

Mariam Namutebi, Joyce Nankumbi, and Dr. Nalwadda Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Africa, Uganda triad

Siu Yin Ching, Hong Kong Research Grant Recipient

NEED: Due to lack of funding this past year, six out of every seven grant requests were declined and membership subsidies were depleted by April. GOAL: Increase support available annually to nurses by 100 percent by 2020. Your help is needed to raise US $4 million to reach this goal.

Make a gift of just US $25 a month and be recognized as a Vision Society donor. Visit the Foundation booth near registration today to sign up and receive your Vision Society pin or to learn about other donor levels that are advancing nursing globally.

www.nursingsociety.org/foundation 550 W. North St. | Indianapolis, Ind., USA 46202 | Foundation@stti.org | 888.634.7575 (U.S./Canada toll-free) | +1.317.634.8171 (International)


Welcome & Objectives

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Schedule At-a-Glance

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General Information

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Conversations with the Candidates

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CNE Information & Evaluations

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Floor Plans

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Convention Sponsors

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Chapter Leader Sessions

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Author Book Signings

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Exhibit Hall Schedule

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Exhibitor Listing

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Exhibit Hall Prize Drawings

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Exhibit Hall Map

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Friday, 6 November Schedule

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Saturday, 7 November Schedule

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Sunday, 8 November Schedule

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Monday, 9 November Schedule

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Tuesday, 10 November Schedule

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Wednesday, 11 November Schedule

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Poster Session 1 Layouts

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Poster Session 1

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Poster Session 2 Layouts

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Poster Session 2

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2015 International Award Recipients

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Grant Recipients

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Acknowledgments 170 n Author Index

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Session Notes

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Advancing excellence in nursing education “Advancing the level of education for practicing nurses, nurse leaders and educators is a responsibility we take very seriously. We are committed to graduating extraordinary nurses who will transform healthcare.” –William Richard Cowling, III PhD, RN, APRN-BC, AHN-BC, FAAN Vice President of Academic Affairs Chamberlain College of Nursing

At Chamberlain College of Nursing, we’re committed to the idea of engaging colleagues to transform healthcare and improve patient outcomes. That’s why we’re working to promote a more integrated healthcare system through the Sigma Theta Tau International and Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education. Join us as we advance evidence-based nursing education and the scholarship of teaching to secure the highest quality care for a healthy future. Together, as visionary leaders, we’re advancing the nursing profession to improve patient outcomes and transform healthcare worldwide.

Join us in advancing nursing education. Visit chamberlain.edu Chamberlain College of Nursing | National Management Office | 3005 Highland Parkway | Downers Grove, IL 60515 | 888.556.8CCN (8226) Chamberlain College of Nursing is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, 101 N. 14th Street, 10th Floor, James Monroe Building, Richmond, VA 23219, 804.225.2600. Chamberlain College of Nursing is approved to operate by the Virginia Board of Nursing, Perimeter Center, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Henrico, VA 23233-1463, 804.367.4515. Chamberlain College of Nursing is authorized for operation by the THEC, http://www.tn.gov/thec ©2015 Chamberlain College of Nursing, LLC. All rights reserved.


Welcome & Objectives Dear Colleagues, During the next five days, you will have the opportunity to network with nearly 2,500 of your colleagues from around the world and share the ideas, knowledge, perspectives, and experiences that unite us as a global network of nurses. Whether you are clinicians, researchers, educators, policy makers, or administrators, this forum represents a tremendous opportunity for you to exchange evidence-based information and learn with and from one another. This year’s convention theme is Serve Locally, Transform Regionally, Lead Globally. It is reinforced by more than 1,000 oral, symposia, and poster presentations detailing the latest clinical innovations, critical research projects, and important leadership initiatives. During your stay, we hope you will make time to explore the vibrant city of Las Vegas and the wonderful Aria Resort. In this setting, you will find no shortage of things to do, places to go, and people to meet. We trust this 43rd Biennial Convention will provide you ample opportunities for both education and enjoyment, and we look forward to sharing this exciting week with you. Welcome. Sincerely,

Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN President, STTI

Patricia E. Thompson, EdD, RN, FAAN Chief Executive Officer, STTI

Convention Objectives Identify strategies that promote collaboration in interprofessional initiatives. Enrich the achievement of knowledge, leadership, and professional service to promote and sustain collaboration amongst diverse communities. Explore innovative strategies to promote excellence in global nursing. Enhance clinical, patient, and educational outcomes through transformative nursing practice.

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W E LC O M E & O B J E C T I V E S

Welcome to Las Vegas! We are honored to have you join us for the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International’s (STTI’s) 43rd Biennial Convention. This event has become the single most visible embodiment of the STTI mission: Advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service.


Schedule At-a-Glance All convention activities take place in the Aria Resort & Casino.

7:30-9:00 p.m. (1930-2100) Hosted Receptions, Invitation Only

Friday, 6 November

8:15-9:30 p.m. (2015-2130) Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Celebration Program, Invitation Only, Starvine 2

7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

8:15-9:30 p.m. (2015-2130) Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Celebration Program, Invitation Only, Starvine 3

7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) Delegate Certification, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

8:15-9:30 p.m. (2015-2130) Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Celebration Program, Invitation Only, Starvine 4

7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) STTI Marketplace, Juniper Ballroom 1

Saturday, 7 November

8:15-9:30 p.m. (2015-2130) Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Celebration Program, Invitation Only, Starvine 5

7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (0730-1830) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

Sunday, 8 November

7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (0730-1830) Delegate Certification, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (0700-1800) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

9:00-10:00 a.m. (0900-1000) First-Time Attendee Orientation, Ironwood Ballroom 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (0900-1300) Poster Session 1 Setup, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 S C H E D U L E AT - A - G L A N C E

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630) STTI Marketplace, Juniper Ballroom 1

7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (0700-1800) Delegate Certification, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. (0900-1700) STTI Marketplace, Juniper Ballroom 1 8:00-9:15 a.m. (0800-0915) Plenary Session 2, Ironwood Ballroom

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630) Speaker Ready Room, Starvine 11

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0800-1630) Speaker Ready Room, Starvine 11

10:30-11:45 a.m. (1030-1145) Student Engagement Event, Ironwood Ballroom

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0800-1700) Candidate Poster Display Viewing, Pinyon Ballroom 1

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (1100-1300) Candidate Poster Display Setup, Pinyon Ballroom 1

9:15-11:00 a.m. (0915-1100) Exhibit Hall & Coffee Break, Pinyon Ballroom

11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. (1145-1315) Speed Connect Event, Starvine 3-5

9:30-10:30 a.m. (0930-1030) Author Book Signings, Juniper Ballroom 1

1:30-3:00 p.m. (1330-1500) Opening Plenary Session, Ironwood Ballroom

9:30-10:30 a.m. (0930-1030) Meet the Candidates, Pinyon Ballroom 1

3:15-4:00 p.m. (1515-1600) Foundation Tea, Invitation Only, Starvine 10

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (1000-1230) Career Center, Starvine 12

3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Concurrent Sessions A, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Concurrent Sessions B, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10

3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Poster Viewing Session 1A, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Poster Viewing Session 1B, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2

4:30-6:30 p.m. (1630-1830) Exhibit Hall Grand Opening & Welcome Reception, Pinyon Ballroom

12:30-1:45 p.m. (1230-1345) Tribute Awards Event, Ticketed Event, Ironwood Ballroom

5:30-7:30 p.m. (1730-1930) Meet the Candidates, Pinyon Ballroom 1

1:45-2:45 p.m. (1345-1445) Exhibit Hall, Pinyon Ballroom

6:00-8:00 p.m. (1800-2000) Leadership Celebration Dinner, Invitation Only, Ironwood Ballroom

2:00-5:00 p.m. (1400-1700) Career Center, Starvine 12

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Schedule At-a-Glance 3:45-4:15 p.m. (1545-1615) Induction Reception, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 4:00-5:00 p.m. (1600-1700) Author Book Signings, Juniper Ballroom 1 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Concurrent Sessions C, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Poster Viewing Session 1C, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 5:30-6:00 p.m. (1730-1800) Poster Session 1 Removal, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 5:30-6:30 p.m. (1730-1830) Regional Coordinator Candidate Forums and Regional Meetings, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12 7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) Heritage Society Reception and Dinner, Invitation Only

Monday, 9 November 6:00-7:00 a.m. (0600-0700) Fitness for Research, Check-in begins at 5:45 a.m. in the Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:00-8:30 a.m. (0700-0830) Poster Session 2 Setup, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0700-1700) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0700-1700) Delegate Certification, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) STTI Marketplace, Juniper Ballroom 1 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) Speaker Ready Room, Starvine 11 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0800-1700) Candidate Poster Display Viewing, Pinyon Ballroom 1 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Plenary Session 3, Ironwood Ballroom 9:45-11:00 a.m. (0945-1100) Exhibit Hall, Pinyon Ballroom 9:30-10:30 a.m. (0930-1030) Author Book Signings, Juniper Ballroom 1 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Concurrent Sessions D, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Poster Viewing Session 2A, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (1000-1230) Career Center, Starvine 12 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (1130-1230) Meet the Editors, Juniper Ballroom 1 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. (1130-1245) Chapter Awards Recognition Event, Ironwood Ballroom Noon-1:45 p.m. (1200-1345) Exhibit Hall, Pinyon Ballroom

S C H E D U L E AT - A - G L A N C E

2:45-3:45 p.m. (1445-1545) International Induction Ceremony, Ironwood Ballroom

Noon-6:00 p.m. (1200-1800) Parliamentarian Office Hours, Senna Boardroom 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Concurrent Session E, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Poster Viewing Session 2B, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 2:00-5:00 p.m. (1400-1700) Career Center, Starvine 12 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Concurrent Session F, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Poster Viewing Session 2C, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2 5:00-6:00 p.m. (1700-1800) Reception in Honor of Founders Awards Recipients, Invitation Only, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 6:30-10:00 p.m. (1830-2200) Founders Awards Celebration, Ticketed Event, Ironwood Ballroom

Tuesday, 10 November 7:30-8:30 a.m. (0730-0830) Coffee Break Service, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:30-11:00 a.m. (0730-1100) Delegate Certification, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 8:00-11:00 a.m. (0800-1100) Speaker Ready Room, Starvine 11 8:00-11:00 a.m. (0800-1100) Candidate Poster Display Viewing, Pinyon Ballroom 1 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) STTI Marketplace, Juniper Ballroom 1

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Schedule At-a-Glance 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Concurrent Session G, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Poster Viewing Session 2D, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2

Wednesday, 11 November 7:00-8:00 a.m. (0700-0800) Coffee Break Service, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (0700-1500) Registration, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Concurrent Session H, Bluethorn 1-9, Copperleaf 1-12, Starvine 1-7, 10 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Poster Viewing Session 2E, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2

8:00 a.m. (0800) The STTI Marketplace will close one hour after the close of the House of Delegates. Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (0800-1500) House of Delegates Session 2, Ironwood Ballroom

11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (1115-1300) Poster Session 2 Removal, Juniper Ballroom 2 and Pinyon Ballroom 2

3:00-4:00 p.m. (1500-1600) 2015-2017 STTI Board of Directors Meeting, Senna Boardroom

11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (1115-1300) Candidate Poster Display Removal, Pinyon Ballroom 1

3:00-4:00 p.m. (1500-1600) Governance Committee Orientation, Starvine 12

11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (1130-1530) House of Delegates Session 1 and Delegate Briefing, Ironwood Ballroom

3:00-4:00 p.m. (1500-1600) Leadership Succession Committee Orientation, Starvine 13

4:00-6:00 p.m. (1600-1800) Parliamentarian Office Hours, Senna Boardroom

4:30-5:30 p.m. (1630-1730) RCCC Orientation, Starvine 9

S C H E D U L E AT - A - G L A N C E

Alpha Chapter extends a warm welcome to

Robin Newhouse

Dean of Indiana University School of Nursing And Sincere congratulations to Deanna L. Reising on receiving the Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education Thank you for your years of service on the Alpha Chapter board And to M. Cynthia Logsdon dual member, on receiving the Elizabeth McWilliams Miller Award for Excellence in Research

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To learn more about Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, call (678) 547-6700 or visit nursing.mercer.edu.


General Information Abstracts

Delegate Certification Times

All peer-reviewed abstracts presented at STTIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 43rd Biennial Convention are available for your viewing on www.nursingsociety.org.

Delegates must check in for the convention before certifying at the Delegate Certification Booth. Each delegate must be certified prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. Delegate Certification will be open the following days and times.

Posters and Presentations Full-text presentations and posters which we have been granted permission to post will be available in the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository 60 days after convention ends. www.nursingrepository.org.

Business Center

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Conveniently located at the entrance to the convention facility, the Business Services Center is available to take care of all professional needs. Guests can access the Internet, office services and supplies, communication rentals, shipping and receiving, and rental of private mini-suites. Please check with the Business Service Center for its hours and fees.

Children Children are not allowed to participate in any convention activities and must be supervised at all times. Check with the hotel concierge about childcare services.

Convention Badges Your STTI convention badge must be visible to security guards, moderators, and staff at all convention programs and events. Your badge admits you to all meetings for which a ticket or invitation is not required. If you lose your badge, there is a US $15 fee to replace it. For your safety, please write on the back of the badge your emergency contact information, food and medicine allergies, and any significant medical condition(s). Please remove your badge when leaving convention activities.

Delegate Certification The Delegate Certification booth will be located on Level 3 in the Ironwood Ballroom Foyer.

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Friday, 6 November, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) Saturday, 7 November, 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (0730-1830) Sunday, 8 November, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (0700-1800) Monday, 9 November, 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0700-1700) Tuesday, 10 November, 7:30-11:00 a.m. (0730-1100)

Electronic Devices As a courtesy to presenters and others, participants are asked to silence all electronic devices and refrain from talking during sessions.

Emergencies/First Aid In case of an emergency, please immediately notify any STTI staff member or the Aria Resort & Casino.

Evaluations You will receive the post event evaluation via email after convention. If you wish to provide us with additional feedback, please email events@stti.org.

First-Time Attendee Orientation Learn about convention activities and opportunities from experienced attendees during the First-Time Attendee Orientation. This event is designed to help those coming to convention for the first time make the most out of the experience and is open to all attendees. It will take place Saturday, 7 November in the Ironwood Ballroom.

Green Initiatives and Philanthropic Efforts STTI and the Aria Resort & Casino are striving to host greener meetings and to improve and promote human quality of life by making sound social, environmental, and economic choices. We will gladly collect name badge holders for recycling at the STTI registration desk.

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General Information Guests

No-Smoking Policy

Guests of convention participants are prohibited from participating in convention activities unless you purchase a daily guest badge for US $25 at the STTI registration desk. The daily guest badge will allow minimal access to convention activities. If available, additional tickets must be purchased for anyone attending the Tribute Awards Event and Founders Awards Celebration. Those who are inducted during the International Induction Ceremony on Sunday, 8 November are allowed to bring a guest.

All STTI events are nonsmoking. The hotel and host city may have additional rules in place. Please speak with the hotel concierge if you have questions.

Friday, 6 November, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100)

The posters are located on Levels 1 & 3 in the Juniper and Pinyon Ballrooms. If you are a poster presenter, you should set up your poster on the assigned poster board during the times listed in the program book. You cannot leave the materials used to ship or carry your poster in the poster area; you may store them in the designated area in the Juniper and Pinyon Ballrooms, but your hotel room is the best place for storing these items. Neither STTI nor the Aria Resort & Casino is responsible for any materials left in the poster area. If you do not remove your posters or other materials from the Juniper and Pinyon Ballrooms, they will be discarded.

Saturday, 7 November, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630)

Poster Session 1 Viewing Times

STTI Marketplace The Marketplace is located on Level 3 in Juniper Ballroom 1. Please stop by to shop and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts. Daily Marketplace hours are:

Sunday, 8 November, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0900-1700) Monday, 9 November, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) Tuesday, 10 November, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) Wednesday, 11 November, 8:00 a.m. (0800) The STTI Marketplace will close one hour after the close of the House of Delegates.

Internet Access Wireless Internet access is available in most areas of the Aria Resort & Casino for those attendees who are registered guests of the hotel.

Lost and Found Please visit the STTI registration area, located on Level 3 in the Ironwood Ballroom Foyer, for lost items or to turn in found items.

Message/Announcement Board If you have a message for other attendees, you can use the message/announcement board, located on Level 3 in the Ironwood Ballroom Ballroom Foyer. STTI staff members reserve the right to remove postings that are inappropriate. Messages and announcements will not be forwarded to guest rooms. Please remember to use discretion when posting a message.

Session 1A – Saturday, 7 November, 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Session 1B – Sunday, 8 November, 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Session 1C – Sunday, 8 November, 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Poster Session 2 Viewing Times

Session 2A – Monday, 9 November, 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Session 2B – Monday, 9 November, 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Session 2C – Monday, 9 November, 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Session 2D – Tuesday, 10 November, 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Session 2E – Tuesday, 10 November, 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Poster Setup and Removal Times

Poster Session 1 Setup – Saturday, 7 November, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (0900-1300) Poster Session 1 Removal – Sunday, 8 November, 5:30-6:00 p.m. (1730-1800) Poster Session 2 Setup – Monday, 9 November, 7:00-8:30 a.m. (0700-0830) Poster Session 2 Removal – Tuesday, 10 November, 11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (1115-1300)

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Poster Hours and Information


General Information Presenter/Moderator Check-In All presenters (poster and oral, including symposia) and moderators for all sessions are required to sign in at the Presenter/Moderator Check-In desk on Level 3 outside Starvine 11. Moderatorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; packets will be distributed. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for continuing nursing education (CNE) contact hours.

Registration Registration will be available on Level 3 in the Ironwood Ballroom Foyer during the following times: Friday, 6 November, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) Saturday, 7 November, 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (0730-1830) Sunday, 8 November, 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (0700-1800)

The only equipment provided on-site for oral presentations will be a computer and an LCD projector. Because of contractual agreements with the audiovisual provider and the possibility of virus transfers, you cannot connect personal equipment (e.g., flash/jump drives, CDs, etc.) to the computers or use it in the presentation rooms. Additional charges are incurred with each violation and may be passed on to you. Please note that this policy will be strictly enforced. You cannot make changes to your slide presentation. If you have a question or concern, please visit the Presenter/Moderator Check-In desk.

Concurrent Session Color Key Chapter Leader Session = Green Clinical Session = Orange Evidence-Based Practice Session = Red

Monday, 9 November, 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0700-1700) Tuesday, 10 November, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

Wednesday, 11 November, 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (07001500)

Leadership Session = Blue Schedule Information = Gray Scientific Session = Yellow Special Session = Purple

Ribbons, Buttons, and Pins Certain participants wear ribbons, buttons, or pins at convention to designate their roles in the event and/or with STTI. These items will help you identify people and assist in networking; they should have been included in your registration packet if you were to receive them. For those who qualify, ribbons, buttons, and pins are available at designated areas.

Speaker Ready Room The Speaker Ready Room is located on Level 3 in Starvine 11; it is a place where speakers can practice presentations in advance. If you are using slides, you may view your presentations there. You will find instructions for viewing PowerPoint presentations on provided computers next to each station. PLEASE NOTE: INTERNET ACCESS IS NOT AVAILABLE ON THESE COMPUTERS.

STTI Career Center Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Future, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This will provide nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located on Level 3, outside Starvine 12 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited; sign-up will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Speaker Ready Room Hours: Saturday, 7 November, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630) Sunday, 8 November, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0800-1630) Monday, 9 November, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) Tuesday, 10 November, 8:00-11:00 a.m. (0800-1100) 12

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General Information The Foundation booth is conveniently located next to registration. Please stop by to register for the Fitness for Research event and/or Sigma Snap Quest, as well as find out other ways you can advance nursing leadership and research resources around the world. Saturday, 7 November, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) Sunday, 8 November, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) Monday, 9 November, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) The tea for Foundation donors (invitation only) is at 3:15 p.m. (1515) Saturday, 7 November, Starvine 10. The Heritage Society Dinner (invitation only) is offsite at 6:00 p.m. (1800) Sunday, 8 November. The Fitness for Research event is at 6:00 a.m. (0600) Monday, 9 November in the Ironwood Ballroom Foyer. You must pre-register for the event at the Foundation booth.

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ADELPHI UNIVERSITY congratulates PATRICK R. COONAN â&#x20AC;&#x2122;78, Ed.D., DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING AND PUBLIC HEALTH recipient of the 2015 MELANIE C. DREHER OUTSTANDING DEAN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CHAPTER SUPPORT.

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U.S. News ranks Ohio State’s online graduate nursing programs No. 6 in the nation!

KySS Online Child & Adolescent Online Mental Health Fellowship This self-paced, online mental health program teaches nurse practitioners and other healthcare providers to screen, assess and manage common mental health problems in primary care settings, improving the capacity to meet the needs of children and adolescents with mental/behavioral health disorders.

What is the program structure?

• 12 self-paced online modules • Each module identifies objectives and includes a recorded one-hour lecture by a mental health expert, required readings and useful resources • A module typically takes one hour to complete • A selected number of modules have associated clinical skills-building activities to assist participants with putting into practice what is being learned in the online educational modules • Upon completion of each module, the participants take a post-test that assesses learner knowledge of the content covered in the lecture and required readings.

The DNP at Ohio State If the time is right in your career to reach for the highest level of expertise in nursing practice, then it’s time for the DNP at Ohio State. The Doctor of Nursing Practice is an online program offering doctoral preparation to nurses who want to tailor their careers toward leadership roles in health care, evidence-based practice, nursing administration or health policy.

The final clinical skills-building activity will include the submission of a comprehensive write-up of the assessment and evidence-based management of one child or adolescent with a mental health disorder. Each participant will be assigned a faculty mentor who will provide expert feedback on these activities. This addition will be greatly beneficial to nurses in building their mental health screening, assessment, accurate identification and early intervention skills. Upon completion of the training program, participants will receive a certificate of completion and 26.67 hours of continuing education. Participants will also receive a copy of “A Practical Guide to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Screening, Early Intervention, and Health Promotion, 2nd Edition” as part of their registration fee. More information: nursing.osu.edu/kyss

We’ll be happy to speak or meet with you, and send you detailed information and admission requirements. For further information, contact the graduate outreach office: (614) 688-8145 or nursing@osu.edu. Visit us online at nursing.osu.edu/dnp

Optimizing Health Development Across Childhood (OH-DAC) The Ohio State University College of Nursing has been awarded a T32 predoctoral education grant from NIH, NINR for an interdisciplinary training program, Optimizing Health Development Across Childhood (OH-DAC). This is the only training grant awarded by NINR that focuses on the pediatric population. The overarching goal of the program is to prepare nurse scientists to understand how biology, behavior, social and environmental factors intersect during childhood to influence life course health development and to use this

knowledge to develop rigorous interdisciplinary programs of research to optimize health. The focus of this training program is on health development in children, broadly defined to include the period from conception through adolescence. Individuals interested in this program must be accepted into the College of Nursing’s PhD program. Applicants selected for this opportunity receive full tuition and a living stipend. Further information is available at nursing.osu.edu/T32, or contact Kim Arcoleo PhD, MPH, at arcoleo.1@osu.edu.

The Academy for Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning offers online and in-person CE programming on topics including evidence-based practice, leadership skills and the Department of Health and Human Services’ Million Hearts initiative. accell.osu.edu


Conversations with the Candidates These sessions will give you the opportunity to have up-close-and-personal conversations with the candidates for the STTI Board of Directors. All sessions will take place in Copperleaf 11 on Level 2.

Saturday, 7 November 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) President-Elect Beth Tigges, PhD, RN, PNP, BC, USA Robin Toms, PhD, MN, RN, NEA-BC, USA Secretary Carole Liske, PhD, MSN, BSN, USA Laurie Nagelsmith, PhD, RN, CNE, USA

Sunday, 8 November

C O N V E R S AT I O N S W I T H T H E C A N D I D AT E S

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Vice President Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP, FAAN, USA Jenny Sauls, PhD, RN, CNE, USA Treasurer Jose Alejandro, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, CCM, FACHE, FAAN, USA Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, USA Regional Chapters Coordinating Committee Chair Julie Jones, MS, RN-BC, USA Jayne Lutz, MS, RN, PHNCP-BC, CNE, USA 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Directors Sandra Bibb, DNSc, RN, FAAN, USA Deborah Chapa, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP, USA Th贸ra Hafsteinsd贸ttir, PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, Netherlands Kathleen LaSala, PhD, RN, PNP, CNE, USA Claudia Lai, PhD, RN, Hong Kong Elizabeth Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipNEd, DipRM, RN, RNT, United Kingdom

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Monday, 9 November 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) President-Elect Beth Tigges, PhD, RN, PNP, BC, USA Robin Toms, PhD, MN, RN, NEA-BC, USA Secretary Carole Liske, PhD, MSN, BSN, USA Laurie Nagelsmith, PhD, RN, CNE, USA 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Directors Sandra Bibb, DNSc, RN, FAAN, USA Deborah Chapa, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP, USA Th贸ra Hafsteinsd贸ttir, PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, Netherlands Kathleen LaSala, PhD, RN, PNP, CNE, USA Claudia Lai, PhD, RN, Hong Kong Elizabeth Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipNEd, DipRM, RN, RNT, United Kingdom 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Vice President Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP, FAAN, USA Jenny Sauls, PhD, RN, CNE, USA Treasurer Jose Alejandro, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, CCM, FACHE, FAAN, USA Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, USA Regional Chapters Coordinating Committee Chair Julie Jones, MS, RN-BC, USA Jayne Lutz, MS, RN, PHNCP-BC, CNE, USA

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CONVENTION 2015

MARKETPLACE Visit the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Marketplace for official STTI merchandise! The Marketplace is located in Juniper Ballroom 1 on level 3.

M A R K E T P L AC E H O U R S : FRIDAY, 6 NOVEMBER 7:00-9:00 p.m. (1900-2100) SATURDAY, 7 NOVEMBER 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630) SUNDAY, 8 NOVEMBER 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0900-1700) MONDAY, 9 NOVEMBER 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (0730-1700) TUESDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) WEDNESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 8:00 a.m.-one hour after House of Delegates closes

THE MARKETPLACE IS YOUR ONE-STOP SHOP TO PURCHASE STTI ITEMS. Souvenir convention T-shirts and pins • Books • Jewelry Notecards and gifts • STTI apparel WHILE AT THE MARKETPLACE, BE SURE TO ENTER THE DAILY DRAWING FOR GREAT STTI PRIZES!

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CNE Information & Evaluations Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Information and Evaluations

Monday, 9 November

Sigma Theta Tau International is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Contact hours will be awarded as follows:

Friday, 6 November 9:00 a.m.-noon (0900-1200) Half-Day Workshop – Omicron Delta Chapter and Region 1

8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Plenary Session 3

1.25

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Concurrent Sessions D/Poster Viewing Session 2A

1.25

1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Concurrent Sessions E/Poster Viewing Session 2B

1.25

3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Concurrent Sessions F/Poster Viewing Session 2C

1.25

TOTAL 5.00 3.00

Noon-6:30 p.m. (1200-1830) Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Conference 3.75

TOTAL 6.75 C N E I N F O R M AT I O N & E VA LUAT I O N S

Saturday, 7 November

Tuesday, 10 November 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945) Concurrent Sessions G/Poster Viewing Session 2D

1.25

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Concurrent Sessions H/Poster Viewing Session 2E

1.25

TOTAL 2.50

Wednesday, 11 November

9:00-10:00 a.m. (0900-1000) First-Time Attendee Orientation

1.00

1:30-3:00 p.m. (1330-1500) Opening Plenary Session

3:00-4:00 p.m. (1500-1600) 2015-2017 Governance Committee Orientation

1.00

1.50

3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Concurrent Sessions A/Poster Viewing Session 1A

1.25

3:00-4:00 p.m. (1500-1600) 2015-2017 Leadership Succession Committee Orientation

1.00

4:30-5:30 p.m. (1630-1730) 2015-2017 Regional Chapters Coordinating Committee Orientation

1.00

TOTAL 3.75

Sunday, 8 November

TOTAL 1.00

8:00-9:15 a.m. (0800-0915) Plenary Session 2

1.25

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Concurrent Sessions B/Poster Viewing Session 1B

1.25

4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Concurrent Sessions C/Poster Viewing Session 1C

1.25

(Will only receive credit for one of these events if elected to applicable committee.)

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS:

22.75

TOTAL 3.75

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CNE Information & Evaluations To receive contact hours for the CNE sessions offered during the program, participants are required to complete the CNE event evaluation, including the evaluations for sessions attended. Certificates of attendance, presentation, and moderation can be retrieved online after the required content is completed. The number of contact hours awarded to each participant will be based on sessions attended.

Disclaimer Statements Requirements for successful completion of educational activities include the following: â&#x20AC;˘ Learners must be informed of the purpose and/or objectives of the learning activity and the criteria that will be used to determine successful completion.

Commercial Support and Sponsorships STTI must inform attendees if a commercial interest has provided financial or in-kind support for the educational activity, including how content integrity is maintained and bias is prevented.

Non-Endorsement of Products STTI must inform attendees that accredited status does not imply endorsement by the provider of the educational activity or American Nurses Credentialing Center of any commercial products discussed/displayed in conjunction with the educational activity.

Expiration of Enduring Materials Contact hours for education activities are available for 60 days following the end of the program. The deadline to receive CNE credit is 3 February 2016.

â&#x20AC;˘ Successful completion is determined by the required attendance time at activity (e.g., cannot miss more than 10 minutes of activity).

C N E I N F O R M AT I O N & E VA LUAT I O N S

Contact Hours for CNE

HOOSIER PRIDE Welcome Dean Robin Newhouse, sixth dean of Indiana University School of Nursing. Congratulations Deanna Reising, recipient of the Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education.

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Convention Sponsors Eta Eta Chapter at York College of Pennsylvania Awards Presentation Sponsor Chapter Communication and Publicity Awards, Chapter Awards Recognition Event ( Monday)

Thank you to the sponsors for their generous support of the 43rd Biennial Convention! Alpha Chapter at Indiana University School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Mary Tolle Wright Award for Excellence in Leadership, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday) American Association of Colleges of Nursing Education Session Sponsor Preparing Future Nurses for Practice: Becoming a TeacherScholar (Tuesday) American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Awards Presentation Sponsor Evidence-Based Practice Award, Tribute Awards Event (Sunday)

CONVENTION SPONSORS

ATI Nursing Education GOLD Sponsor Dorothy Garrigus Adams Award for Excellence in Fostering Professional Standards, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday) Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Marie Hippensteel Lingeman Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice and Elizabeth McWilliams Miller Award for Excellence in Research, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday)

HCR Home Care Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing Sigma Snap Quest (Saturday-Monday)

Hill-Rom GOLD Sponsor Reception in Honor of Founders Award Recipients (Monday) Indiana University School of Nursing GOLD Sponsor Hotel Room Keys

Chamberlain College of Nursing PLATINUM Sponsor E-proceedings Book and Plenary Session 3 Presentation (Monday), Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Conference presented by the Sigma Theta Tau International/ Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education (Friday)

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Hall, Render, Killian, Health & Lyman Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing 2015 Heritage Society Dinner (Sunday)

Herff Jones BRONZE Sponsor Digital Signage

Beta Iota Chapter and University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Awards Presentation Sponsor Audrey Hepburn Award for Contributions to the Health and Welfare of Children, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday)

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The George Washington University School of Nursing Wine Sponsor Exhibit Hall Grand Opening (Saturday) Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University and Pi Gamma Chapter PLATINUM Sponsor Exhibit Hall Grand Opening & Reception (Saturday)

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Contributing Sponsor

City Securities Corporation and The David Ostermeyer Family Contributing Sponsor

Gamma Chapter at University of Iowa College of Nursing Awards Presentation Sponsor Chapter Key Awards, Chapter Awards Recognition Event (Monday)

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Scientific Poster Sessions (Saturday-Tuesday) The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Future PLATINUM Sponsor Career Center (Saturday-Monday), Student Engagement Event (Saturday) The Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence Awards Presentation Sponsor Archon Awards, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday)

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Convention Sponsors

Keith Steiner, UBS Institutional Consulting Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing 2015 Heritage Society Dinner (Sunday) Lienhard School of Nursing, College of Health Professions, Pace University BRONZE Sponsor Attendee Notebooks Markeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rental & Staging Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing 2015 Heritage Society Dinner (Sunday) Mercer Consumer TRIPLE PLATINUM Sponsor Exhibit Hall Lunch (Monday) Mu Upsilon Chapter at the College of Staten Island/CUNY Awards Presentation Sponsor Melanie C. Dreher Outstanding Dean Award for Excellence in Chapter Support, Chapter Awards Recognition Event (Monday) National League for Nursing Sponsor Leadership and Evidence-Based Poster Sessions (SaturdayTuesday) Nu Nu Chapter Awards Presentation Sponsor New Member Pillar Award, Chapter Awards Recognition Event (Monday) The Ohio State University College of Nursing PLATINUM Sponsor Biennial Convention Program Book Omicron Delta Chapter at University of Phoenix DOUBLE PLATINUM Sponsor Attendee Tote Bags and Preconference Co-sponsor, New Roles for Nurses in a Changing Healthcare System (Friday) Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing Sponsor Rising Stars Poster Presentations (Saturday-Sunday)

Pocket Nurse Wine Sponsor Exhibit Hall Grand Opening (Saturday) Printing Partners Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing 2015 Heritage Society Dinner (Sunday) Psi-at-Large Chapter at Pacific Lutheran University, Seattle Pacific University, and University of Washington Awards Presentation Sponsor Research Awards, Tribute Awards Event (Sunday)

CONVENTION SPONSORS

Kappa Gamma Chapter at Stony Brook University School of Nursing Awards Presentation Sponsor Lucie S. Kelly Mentor Award, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday)

Purdue University Calumet School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Exhibit Hall Bingo, Exhibit Hall (Saturday-Monday) STTI Region 1 Preconference Co-Sponsor New Roles for Nurses in a Changing Health Care System (Friday) The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing GOLD Sponsor Digital Signage The University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing Awards Presentation Sponsor Nell J. Watts Lifetime Achievement in Nursing Awards, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday) The University of South Alabama College of Nursing Wine Sponsor Exhibit Hall Grand Opening (Saturday) Verified Credentials, Inc. Awards Presentation Sponsor Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education, Founders Awards Celebration (Monday) WithMax, Inc. Sponsor Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing Fitness for Research Event (Monday) Zeta Kappa at University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Nevada State College GOLD Sponsor Attendee Name Badges

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Chapter Leader Sessions Regional Meetings and Candidate Forums

Chapter Leader Sessions

Attendees are invited to participate in their appropriate regional meeting to meet other members and learn about what is going on in their region. The second part of each regional meeting is a candidate forum where candidates discuss their ideas for the role of regional coordinator.*

Whether you are a new or a seasoned chapter officer, the Chapter Leader Sessions are for you. This is a great time to gather new information and resources, share your ideas with other leaders, learn about other chapters’ successes and get your questions answered. Sessions will take place on Level 3 in Starvine 2 unless noted otherwise.

Sunday, 8 November

Saturday, 7 November

5:30-6:30 p.m. (1730-1830) Regional Coordinator Candidate Forums and Regional Meetings

3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Understanding STTI’s Membership Eligibility

CHAPTER LEADER SESSIONS

Africa Global Region: Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Sunday, 8 November

Asia Global Region: Level 1, Bluethorn 2 Europe Global Region: Level 1, Bluethorn 3

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Cultivating Future Leaders

Latin America/Caribbean Global Region: Level 1, Bluethorn 4

4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Creating a Unified Board

Middle East Global Region: Level, 1 Bluethorn 5 (this meeting runs 1800 to 1830)

Monday, 9 November

Oceania Global Region: Level 1, Bluethorn 6

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Five Tips to Develop Dynamic Events

North America Global Region This region includes the following: Region 1: Level 1, Bluethorn 7 Region 2: Level 1, Bluethorn 8 Region 3: Level 1, Bluethorn 9 Region 4: Level 2, Copperleaf 9 Region 5: Level 2, Copperleaf 11 Region 6: Level 2, Copperleaf 10 Region 7: Level 2, Copperleaf 12 Region 8: Level 2, Copperleaf 1 Region 9: Level 2, Copperleaf 2 Region 10: Level 2, Copperleaf 3 Region 11: Level 2, Copperleaf 4 Region 12: Level 2, Copperleaf 5 Region 13: Level 2, Copperleaf 6 Region 14: Level 2, Copperleaf 7 Region 15: Level 2, Copperleaf 8

1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Attract and Assess: Building a Successful Recruitment Plan 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Financial Stewardship through Policies and Procedures

*Due to regional realignments and the creation of the Middle East Region, the following chapter’s delegates will start in the Asia meeting, from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. (17301800). At 6:00 p.m. (1800), delegates will relocate to their new region’s meeting room as indicated below: • Rho Delta Chapter - Middle East Region • Chi Delta Chapter - Europe Region • Chi Iota Chapter - Middle East Region

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CHANGING THE GAME FOR YOUR SIMULATION PROGRAM.

INTRODUCING RE AL LIFE FROM ATI ,

a powerful, online tool that integrates with your existing simulation program. Filmed using live-action video, we use real people, so students experience an emotional connection to each scenario. Each scenario was developed by nurse educators and practicing nurses to give students the clinical reasoning, patient safety, and clinical assessment skills they need.

A PROVEN METHOD:

The NCSBN National Simulation

Study, recently shared findings showing that education quality remained consistent when simulation replaced up to 50% of traditional clinical experience.

REAL LIFE CONTENT:

USE REAL LIFE:

+ Adult Medical - Surgical

+ For individual student exercises

+ RN Maternal Newborn

+ Small group work

+ RN Nursing Care of Children + A “flipped classroom” + RN Mental Health

+ A clinical replacement day

L E A R N M O R E AT AT I R E A L L I F E . C O M


Author Book Signings STTI Marketplace Book Signings Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

Angela Frederick Amar, PhD, RN, FAAN, A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing

Sunday, 8 November

Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, RN, MBA, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, Nursing Without Borders: Values, Wisdom, Success Markers

9:30-10:30 a.m. (0930-1030) Lori C. Marshall, PhD, MSN, RN, Mastering Patient & Family Education: A Healthcare Handbook for Success

Sharon M. Weinstein, MS, RN, CRNI, FAAN, B is for Balance: 12 Steps Toward a More Balanced Life at Home and at Work (Second Edition) and Nursing Without Borders: Values, Wisdom, Success Markers

Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education

Nancy Rollins Gantz, MSN, RN, PhD, MBA, NE-BC, MRCNA, 101 Global Leadership Lessons for Nurses

Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, Mentoring Today’s Nurses: A Global Perspective for Success

Dorothy A. Jones, EdD, RN, FAAN, FNI, Fostering NurseLed Care and Fostering a Research-Intensive Organization

Susan M. Baxley, PhD, RN, Mentoring Today’s Nurses: A Global Perspective for Success

Monday, 9 November

Lois Marshall, PhD, RN, Take Charge of Your Nursing Career

9:30-10:30 a.m. (0930-1030)

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Sally N. Ellis Fletcher, PhD, RN, FANP, Cultural Sensibility in Healthcare Cynthia M. Thomas, EdD, MS, RNc, A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Transitioning to the Professional Nurse Role

Dennis J. Cheek, PhD, RN, FAHA, Mastering Pharmacogenomics: A Nurse’s Handbook for Success

Constance E. McIntosh, EdD, MBA, RN, A Nurse’s Step-ByStep Guide to Transitioning to the Professional Nurse Role

Gwen D. Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Reflective Practice: Transforming Education and Improving Outcomes and Reflective Organizations: On the Front Lines of QSEN & Reflective Practice Implementation

Linda Norlander RN, BSN, MS, Being Present: A Nurse’s Resource for End-of-Life Communication and To Comfort Always: A Nurse’s Guide to End-of-Life Care (Second Edition)

Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, RN, PMHCNS, FAAN, ANEF, Reflective Practice: Transforming Education and Improving Outcomes and Reflective Organizations: On the Front Lines of QSEN & Reflective Practice Implementation

4:00-5:00 p.m. (1600-1700)

Kathy Malloch, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, The Career Handoff: A Healthcare Leader’s Guide to Knowledge & Wisdom Transfer Across Generations

Jane Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN, Person and Family Centered Care

Karen Roush, PhD, APN, A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Your Dissertation or Capstone

Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN, Person and Family Centered Care Mary K. Walton, MSN, MBE, RN, Person and Family Centered Care Teddie M. Potter, PhD, RN, Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships: A New Framework for Nursing and Partnership-Based Health Care L. Kathleen Sekula, PhD, APRN, FAAN, A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing

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THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING proudly introduces

Pamela R. Jeffries PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF DEAN AND PROFESSOR OF NURSING

“Sigma Theta Tau International seeks to ‘advance and elevate’ the nursing profession throughout the world. Be it patient care, research, or health policy, I’ve found it an important source of support and connections throughout my career.” SIGMA THETA TAU INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH HALL OF FAME Member of Alpha and Phi Epsilon chapters Dean Jeffries is internationally known for her research and work in developing simulations and online teaching and learning. She brings to the George Washington University well regarded expertise in experiential learning, innovative teaching strategies, new pedagogies, and delivery of content using technology in nursing education.

Visit our booth and meet Dean Jeffries!

Evolving as the School of Nursing for Health Policy NURSING@GWU.EDU

NURSING.GWU.EDU


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— Congratulations STTI Award Recipients — Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN – The Episteme Award Nancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN – Edith Moore Copeland for Excellence in Creativity Martha Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN – Lucie S. Kelly Mentor Award Proud sponsors of the

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Exhibit Hall Schedule Pinyon Ballroom 5

Monday, 9 November

We are pleased to offer dedicated time for our attendees to enjoy the exhibit booths and other activities located in the exhibit hall. Please join the fun, the food, and the opportunity to network.

9:45-11:00 a.m. (0945-1100) Exhibit Hall Open — Coffee Break

Exhibit Hall Bingo also returns this year! You will find your Bingo card — sponsored by Purdue University Calumet College of Nursing, Bronze Sponsor — and instructions in your registration packet.

Saturday, 7 November 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (0800-1500) Exhibitor Move-In 4:30-6:30 p.m. (1630-1830) Exhibit Hall Grand Opening & Reception Sponsored by: Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University and Pi Gamma Chapter, Platinum Sponsors STTI Snap Sessions 5:00-5:30 p.m. (1700-1730) Take a Virtual Tour of Your STTI Membership

Sunday, 8 November 9:15-11:00 a.m. (0915-1100) Exhibit Hall Open — Coffee Break STTI Snap Sessions 9:30-10:00 a.m. (0930-1000) Find Friends in The Circle 10:00-11:00 a.m. (1000-1100) International Leadership Institute 1:45-2:45 p.m. (1345-1445) Exhibit Hall Open — Dessert & Coffee STTI Snap Sessions

9:45-10:15 a.m. (0945-1015) Ignite Your Chapter’s SPARK! 10:15-11:00 a.m. (1015-1100) Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Noon-1:45 p.m. (1200-1345) Exhibit Hall Open — Lunch Sponsored by: Mercer Consumer, Triple Platinum Sponsor 1:30 p.m. (1330) Exhibit Hall Bingo Prize Drawing Winner Announced Sponsored by Purdue University Calumet College of Nursing, Bronze Sponsor 2:00-3:00 p.m. (1400-1500) Exhibitor Move-Out

Love · Courage · Honor The University of Utah College of Nursing has the faculty and resources to challenge and mentor tomorrow’s nursing leaders. • • • •

Online RN-BS MS DNP PhD

Distance options for most programs

Visit us in Booth #117 to learn more!

1:45-2:15 p.m. (1345-1415) Navigating the All Chapter Officers Workgroup 2:15-2:45 p.m. (1415-1445) Henderson Repository Submission Demo

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Exhibitor Listing American Association of Colleges of Nursing Booth 209 The American Association of Colleges of Nursing represents more than 770 colleges and universities with baccalaureate and graduate programs in nursing. AACN works to improve the quality of our nation’s health care by preparing a welleducated nursing workforce.

Boise State University School of Nursing Booth 303 Boise State, a public university and a leading center for nursing education, offers established, affordable online programs that include an RN-BS, a post-master’s DNP, an AGNP, a Healthcare Simulation certificate and certificates for NPs in acute or primary care adult gerontology.

American Sentinel University Booth 418 American Sentinel University, STTI-Chi Alpha Chapter, specializes in advanced, online nursing degree programs for RNs. Unparalleled student support and flexibility offer quality choices for affordable education. Fully accredited online programs including BSN, MSN and DNP.

Cardionics Booth 213 For over forty years Cardionics has been the leader in auscultation simulation, developing unique, interactive, and experiential products designed to support classroom education and clinical programs in medical institutions and universities throughout the world.

Ameritech College of Healthcare* Booth 502 Through quality training and education, the mission of Ameritech College of Healthcare is to prepare graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills, and dispositions to become competent professionals in their chosen field of study.

Chamberlain College of Nursing PLATINUM Sponsor Booth 306 Chamberlain College of Nursing is increasing access to nursing education nationwide with campuses offering the three-year BSN and flexible online degree programs including the RN to BSN option and MSN and DNP degree programs.

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ATI Nursing Education GOLD Sponsor Booth 309 ATI Nursing Education is the leading provider of online instruction, remediation, analytics, and consulting solutions that deliver superior learning outcomes, enhance faculty effectiveness, and support the growth of nursing programs across the country. Auburn University School of Nursing Booth 619 We’re growing! Faculty needed for increasing enrollments and expanding programs. Clinical and tenure track positions available at all ranks. Also, Associate/Full professor as part of Health Disparities university cluster hire. New facility in 2017! Low cost of living, great schools!

Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Booth 401 For 105 years, the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing in Dallas, Texas, integrates faith and academic excellence. Our degree programs include: BSN, FastBacc, online MSN Leadership and Innovation, DNP, FNP, CNM and NNP.

Coursey Enterprises Booth 404 Coursey Enterprises specializes in customizing NURSE SKILLS PACKS for your specific educational and training needs. We are currently supplying medical supplies to over 800 schools in 48 states. We are committed to customer satisfaction and are here to help make your job easier. Contact Danny at sales@courseyenterprises.com or call 1-800-256-2077. The DAISY Foundation Ironwood Ballroom Foyer Your ordinary is extraordinary! The DAISY Foundation expresses gratitude to the nursing profession through various recognition programs and the funding of research grants. Stop by to say hello and learn about honoring great nursing care! DeSales University Department of Nursing and Health* Booth 421 DeSales University is a Catholic liberal arts university located in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, convenient to all major airports and highways in the tri-state area. Desales University offers BSN, Accelerated BSN, RN-BSN/RN-MSN, MSN, and DNP degrees.

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Duquesne University School of Nursing Booth 506 Duquesne University School of Nursing, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is an acknowledged leader in online graduate education. The school offers MSN (FNP, Forensics, Nursing Education and Faculty Role), post master’s certificates, DNP, and PhD degrees. DxR Development Group, Inc. Booth 103 DxR Development demonstrates: DxR Nursing SELECT — ‘virtual’ client software requiring students to demonstrate critical thinking skills while working through various client problems; and Integrated Healthcare Curriculum (IHC) — media-rich content tutorials to supplement classroom instruction. Eloquence Communications* Booth 101 Bridges communication gaps between patients and caregivers. Routes patient requests to most appropriate caregiver. Translates most common patient requests in many languages. Enables hands-free wireless communication. Elsevier Booth 201/203/205 Elsevier Education empowers higher learning institutions and educators with exceptional content, learning technology, and assessment tools that help transform today’s students into tomorrow’s healthcare professionals. ExamSoft Worldwide, Inc.* Booth 113 ExamSoft creates customizable and robust assessment management and analysis solutions that are delivered in an easy, secure, and reliable format. Our platform helps improve student learning, engagement, and retention plus curricular design and accreditation compliance. Florida International University; Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences Booth 217 Florida International University’s Nursing PhD program offers a MSN to PhD and a BSN to PhD preparing individuals to be leaders generating and applying the science needed to guide and move forward nursing practice.

George Washington University School of Nursing* Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Wine Sponsor Booth 518 George Washington University School of Nursing prepares nurses to provide high-quality, compassionate, personcentered health care. We develop leaders engaged in health promotion, policy and innovation, and prepare nurse educators focused on advancing the profession. Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University and Pi Gamma Chapter PLATINUM Sponsor Booth 301 Established in 1902 the college is nationally recognized for educating superior nursing leaders. The college offers the following degrees: BSN, MSN [Family Nurse Practitioner], DNP, and PhD. The College of Nursing is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The Gideons International Booth 501 The Gideons International distributes white new Testaments to all medical personnel at no charge in appreciation for what they do in our community. Globo S.A. of USA, Inc* Booth 609 Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College* Booth 504 With a legacy beginning in 1902, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College is a dual-purpose college with a strong focus on educating nursing professionals and advancing health care through nursing research. Hurst Review Services Booth 204 Hurst Review Services’ proven approach to NCLEX® preparation combines the best of all worlds by reviewing MUST-KNOW core content, developing critical thinking and application skills, incorporating NCLEX® specific testing strategies, and practicing high level NCLEX® style questions. Hurst’s course is facilitated at schools of nursing nationwide or online. www.hurstreview.com i-Human Patients, Inc.* Booth 221 i-Human Patients is a high performance cloud-based multimedia case authoring and playback system. The software platform simulates a complete medical patient encounter with animated avatars all for the purpose of improving users’ patient assessment and diagnostic reasoning skills and patient outcomes.

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Duke University School of Nursing Booth 210 The Duke University School of Nursing offers programs of study ranging from the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, Post-Graduate Certificate in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, and PhD levels of education.


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Indiana University School of Nursing GOLD Sponsor Booth 202 Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) is nationallyranked and well-respected in research and education. IUSON offers: BSN-PhD & RN-MSN options, 8 MSN program tracks, T32 pre- and postdoc fellowships, and distanceaccessible PhD and DNP programs.

Kaplan University and Phi Rho Chapter Booth 514 Kaplan University School of Nursing is committed to advance careers of nurses by offering online degrees taught by experienced professionals. Programs include: RN to BSN; MS in Nursing including Family and Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner; Doctorate of Nursing Practice, and PostMasters Certifications.

International Service Learning Booth 420 For over 22 years, International Service Learning (ISL) has been leading groups of volunteers to 12 different countries providing essential community and medical services for those in need. We are passionate about providing a conduit for our volunteers to explore and travel a new part of the world. We hold with the utmost conviction that for volunteers to be successful they need to learn from professionals of the country they serve in. We believe in the power of the individual that chooses to serve and make a difference in the lives of others with their own two hands. ISL is a community of driven, empathetic, and ambitious individuals that seek to make volunteering in a new country an accessible opportunity for everyone. The sum all these ideas is what we consider The Heart of ISL.

Lienhard School of Nursing, College of Health Professions, Pace University BRONZE Sponsor Booth 406 Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and is a growing and thriving setting for faculty members seeking a collegial work environment. Info: nursing@pace.edu; (914) 773-3552.

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Booth 414 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers academic preparation for future leaders in the nursing profession to practice globally. Degreed programs include Master’s Entry, Master’s, and Doctoral education. We also provide various continuing nursing education programs. Jones & Bartlett Learning Booth 114 Jones & Bartlett Learning is a world-leading provider of instructional, assessment, and learning-performance management solutions for the secondary education, post-secondary education, and professional markets. For decades, we have been leading the way in advanced practice nursing education with high quality print and digital learning solutions that improve learning outcomes. Kaplan Nursing Booth 503 Since 1982 Kaplan’s team of expert nurse educators had helped thousands of nurses achieve their educational and career goals. Kaplan’s comprehensive NCLEX review courses come complete with strategies and content review.

Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing* Booth 512 The Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing in Portland, Oregon, is actively seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: Tenure-Track Nursing Faculty; Visiting Professors; Part-Time Adjunct Professors. Come visit our booth today! MDF Instruments Booth 110 MDF Instruments is a U.S.-based branded manufacturer of handcrafted stethoscopes, reflex hammers, sphygmomanometers, blood pressure cuffs, lighting instruments, and thermometry with industry-leading quality and warranties. Currently celebrating 44 years of innovative and quality medical instrumentation, MDF companies operate in six continents with wholly-owned production facilities and a global network of designated MDF distributors in more than 80 countries. Mercer Consumer TRIPLE PLATINUM Sponsor Booth 305 Mercer Consumer, a service of Mercer Health & Benefits Administration LLC, is proud to be the insurance administrator for STTI. We have been offering a competitive professional liability plan to serve your needs since 2011. Meridy’s Uniforms* Booth 214 We take care of everything from Customized Antimicrobial Stain & Spill Resistant Student Uniforms to Customized Skills Packs. Enjoy easy online ordering with excellent customer service. No Contract Required. www.meridys. com; www.myskillspack.com; 800-237-9164

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Northwestern State University College of Nursing and School of Allied Health* Booth 115 Northwestern State University is celebrating over 65 years of excellence in nursing education. We offer the RN to BSN, MSN, and DNP online! Visit our booth today to see all we have to offer! NurseTim, Inc.* Booth 219 NurseTim serves 700 programs and 11,000 faculty annually. Test item writing, curriculum, pedagogy, clinical teaching. At your campus, in conference, or online. 25 consultants + 47 speakers = Your success. 866.861.2896 / NurseTim.com Nursing School Coimbra* Booth 601 The Nursing School of Coimbra (ESEnfC) is the most ancient nursing training school in Portugal. It is an institution which tries to be on the leading edge of knowledge and the best practices in nursing education. It is located in Coimbra, known as the “City of Knowledge” and the “City of Health.” The Ohio State University College of Nursing PLATINUM Sponsor Booth 302 The Ohio State University College of Nursing is known globally for transforming health and transforming lives through innovative academic programs and research that improves outcomes and evidence-based clinical practice. http://www.nursing.osu.edu Oregon Health & Science University Healthcare/School of Nursing Booth 122 At OHSU, nurses find a wealth of opportunities to use and grow their knowledge, skills and abilities. We believe that our nursing academic and practice partnerships are the foundation of our future.

Pearson Booth 522 Pearson is committed to helping students develop the clinical reasoning skills necessary to becoming practiceready nurses. Our new suite of solutions possesses a unifying focus: to help you close the education-to-practice gap and empower your students to begin thinking like a nurse. Performance Scrubs* Booth 521 PerformanceScrubs.com specializes in designing, manufacturing and distributing technologically advanced healthcare scrubs, created to provide comfort and function. PerformanceScrubs.com are 100% American-Made using a high-tech moisture wicking, antimicrobial material, making them wrinkle, stain, and fade resistant. Pocket Nurse Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Wine Sponsor Booth 311/313 Pocket Nurse® (est. 1992) is committed to helping thousands of healthcare simulation laboratories operate efficiently, with an extensive catalog of 7,500+ products that fulfill educators’ needs in order to achieve their healthcare education goals. Pro-Nurse Press: Lost Art of Nursing Museum Booth 510 Fine arts reproductions celebrating nursing’s past. Vintage nurse jewelry, badge holders, greeting cards, posters, pins, and books by Melodie Chenevert. Proud to be a nurse? Show it! Purdue University Calumet School of Nursing BRONZE Sponsor Booth 412 Purdue University Calumet College of Nursing, an NLN Center of Excellence, offers a traditional BSN, second-degree accelerated BSN, online RN to BSN, online or classroombased MS with FNP and CNS options and an online DNP. Purdue University School of Nursing Booth 605 Purdue School of Nursing impacts population health and the systematic improvement of healthcare delivery around the world by educating the next generation of nurse leaders in award winning programs and through innovative transdiciplinary research.

Otto Trading, Inc.* Booth 422 Manufacturer and distributor of hand-held portable digital massager, TENS unit.

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Michigan State University College of Nursing Booth 322 Michigan State University’s College of Nursing is committed to enhancing the health of the community by providing excellence in nursing education, advancing the profession of nursing and strengthening our science through research.


Exhibitor Listing Quinnipiac University School of Nursing Booth 319 Our mission is to provide leadership in nursing and healthcare through innovative undergraduate and graduate education that embraces holism, interprofessionalism and inclusivity. Our vision is to prepare transformational leaders in healthcare.

safeMedicate* Booth 109 safeMedicate is an online assessment and learning environment. Using safeMedicate, healthcare learners and professionals acquire and improve drug dosage calculation skills, assuring higher quality of care and greater patient safety. Visit: www.safemedicate.net for more information.

Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) Booth 318 The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is the professional association representing registered nurses, nurse practitioners and nursing students in Ontario. Since 1925, RNAO has advocated for healthy public policy, promoted excellence in nursing practice, increased nurses’ contribution to shaping the healthcare system, and influenced decisions that affect nurses and the public they serve.

Saint Louis University School of Nursing PhD Program Booth 106 On-campus or videoconferencing, BSN to PhD and MSN to PhD. Full-time and part-time degree plans. Generous scholarships. Full-time research assistantships. Federal Nursing Faculty Loan Program.

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Rush University College of Nursing Booth 317 U.S. News & World Report ranks Chicago’s Rush University College of Nursing 19th in the nation. Rush’s nationally recognized faculty prepares clinical and research leaders to enhance health outcomes and the process of nursing practice. Rutgers School of Nursing Booth 104 Rutgers School of Nursing is New Jersey’s largest, most comprehensive nursing education institution, offering a wide range of programs at our Newark, New Brunswick and Blackwood locations (online options are available). Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BS) via our 4-year generic program; 14-month, accelerated program; 30-month, part-time program; or RN to BS program. Our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Post-Master’s Certificate programs include several specialty track options. Graduate students can include an HIV Care specialization in their plan of study to gain added expertise for this special needs population. Prepare for the highest levels of practice with a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, or choose from our research-focused PhD in Nursing or PhD in Urban Systems. We were ranked 25th in the nation among graduate schools of nursing for 2016 by U.S. News & World Report. No matter where you want to go in your nursing career, Rutgers has the right program for you. Learn more at nursing.rutgers.edu.

Samuel Merritt University* Booth 513 Samuel Merritt University, located in Oakland, California, has been educating health science practitioners who are committed to making a positive difference in diverse communities since 1909. We are currently recruiting for administration and faculty positions. Scarf King Booth 218 Scarf King offers gorgeous cashmere scarves from Scotland at the lowest prices in the U.S. Perfect holiday gift item. One hundred different patterns/colors to choose from. Best ones go early…don’t be late! The School of Nursing at the University of Mississippi Medical Center Booth 602 Developing nurse leaders to improve health through: unique community-based systems serving vulnerable populations; innovative partnerships; exemplary clinical experiences across the continuum of care; evidence-based practice and research-intensive environments; a focus on excellence in teaching and life-long learning; andhighly qualified, expert faculty. Shadow Health Booth 405 Shadow Health® is an educational software developer of web-based Digital Clinical Experiences™ designed to augment health courses for nursing students and allied health education programs. Students engage with digital interactive patients using a state-of-the-art conversation engine and interactive 3D imagery to perform assessments, practice documentation and write self-reflection notes. We are committed to bringing the best digital simulation experience to nursing and allied health care students and educators around the world through our innovative cloud based platform.

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South Dakota State University College of Nursing Booth 107 South Dakota State University College of Nursing has multiple program sites within the state and offers undergraduate and graduate education, including MS, DNP, and PhD programs. Faculty research focuses on health promotion for rural and underserved populations, health outcomes, and nursing and interprofessional education.

University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing Booth 621 As a world-renowned health science research campus, the UC San Francisco School of Nursing fosters excellence, diversity, and innovation in everything we do. Degree programs include Master’s Entry, MSN, Doctoral, Administration and Leadership Master’s, and Post Master’s. Join UCSF!

Springer Publishing Company Booth 505 Springer Publishing Company serves the health care and medical industries in the professional and educational fields. Our books provide information for students, academics, and researchers in nursing, psychology, gerontology, social work and counseling, public health, and medical education.

University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Booth 519 University of Cincinnati College of Nursing: top-ranked premier research and education opportunities. Programs include: RN to BSN Online, BSN, Accelerated, Nursing Education Certificate, MSN, Post-MSN Certificates, DNP and PhD. UC Nurses. We See Leaders. nursing.uc.edu

StaffGarden* Booth 118 StaffGarden’s innovative career tools give nursing students and seasoned professionals the ability to create, manage, and showcase their abilities to top rated institutions in a way never done before.

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing Booth 222 University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing is internationally recognized for academic excellence, research generation, knowledge translation, clinical scholarship, and policy formation, preparing future leaders from diverse backgrounds to transform health globally and locally.

Unbound Medicine Booth 509 Unbound Medicine builds products that answer clinical questions at the point of need. With expertise in medical informatics, health technology, and medical publishing our team has delivered innovative mobile and web solutions to health care institutions and individual clinicians for 15 years. The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing Booth 517 The UAB School of Nursing offers innovative bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs, including Alabama’s only PhD in Nursing program, a joint DNP program, numerous nurse practitioner and dual degree options, and an Accelerated Master’s program. The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing GOLD Sponsor Booth 417 The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing is committed to meeting your advanced educational needs by offering graduate nursing programs in a distance format. Demand is growing for highly-skilled nurses. Visit BamaByDistance.ua.edu for information.

University of Colorado College of Nursing Booth 606 The University of Colorado, College of Nursing provides creative leadership to shape the future of nursing. In a diverse teaching and learning environment our distinguished faculty prepares nurse clinicians, researchers, and leaders; delivers exemplary health care; and discovers and applies new knowledge to improve human health. University of Kansas School of Nursing Booth 212 The University of Kansas School of Nursing is located on the KU Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kansas. Designated a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing, it has built an international reputation for outstanding academic programs and as a place for innovative research. The School of Nursing provides a resource-filled and student-centered environment for every level of a nurses career, offering the BSN, RN to BSN, MS, DNP and PhD degrees.

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Exhibitor Listing University of Kentucky College of Nursing Booth 403 The University of Kentucky College of Nursing, which has a $17 million research portfolio, offers highly ranked BSN, PhD and DNP programs, taught by academically active faculty members – 33 are fellows of nursing academies. University of Maryland School of Nursing Booth 402 The University of Maryland School of Nursing is one of the oldest and largest in the nation. Ranked 6th nationally, the School develops leaders who shape the profession of nursing and impact the health care environment. University of Michigan School of Nursing Booth 520 The University of Michigan School of Nursing offers Master’s, post-Master’s certificates, PhD, and postMaster’s DNP programs. Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated through our educational innovations, clinical Scholarship, diverse research, faculty accomplishments, and partnerships that extend throughout the nation and around the world. E X H I B I TO R L I S T I N G

University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Nursing Booth 603 The UNLV SON was recently ranked 6th nationally among online graduate nursing programs in 2015 by U.S. News & World Report. UNLV SON offers a DNP (three tracks), a PhD in Nursing, and a PhD in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences.

University of Nevada, Reno-Orvis School of Nursing Booth 220 The University of Nevada, Reno-Orvis School of Nursing offers entry-level BSN, RN to BSN, MSN and DNP programs to prepare Nevada’s nursing workforce at all levels of education. University of New Mexico College of Nursing* Booth 105 Our college was set on a solid foundation for excellence that we have continued to build upon for 60 years. Our programs emphasize working with rural and underserved populations and transforming nursing within diverse communities/settings.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing Booth 419 The UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing is developing leaders, reshaping healthcare, and improving lives. Carolina nurses are educated to have the knowledge, vision, and personal acumen needed to become leaders who influence local and national health policy. University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Booth 613 Recognized worldwide, the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing is ranked #1 in the nation for graduate nursing education by the U.S. News & World Report, offering 18 master’s programs and doctoral study. University of Phoenix Booth 617 The University of Phoenix BSN and MSN programs help prepare working nurses like you, with the communication, problem-solving, critical-thinking and leadership skills needed to achieve your goals and challenges of this growing field. University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Booth 321 Ranked 5th in U.S News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools” and 6th in NIH research funding. ONLINE Options: MSN (Clinical Nurse Leader, Nursing Administration, Nursing Informatics), Post-Master’s DNP (to pursue MSN focus). www.nursing.pitt.edu/1-888-747-0794 University of South Alabama College of Nursing Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Wine Sponsor Booth 119 The University of South Alabama College of Nursing, located in Mobile, Alabama, is a national leader in offering DNP, MSN, and BSN degrees with a number of entry options and specializations. University of South Carolina College of Nursing Booth 121 The University of South Carolina College of Nursing is a leader in nursing education, research, and practice. We invite you to join our nationally ranked programs, research, and internationally recognized faculty and students (www. sc.edu/nursing/).

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Exhibitor Listing

University of Washington School of Nursing* Booth 304 Explore your future at the University of Washington School of Nursing. Become a recognized leader in the field at a school that excels in education, research, and practice. We offer BSN, ABSN, MN, MS, DNP, PhD, and post-graduate degrees. UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Booth 320 The UWM College of Nursing is ranked in the top 10% by US News & World Report and continues to lead through innovative research and academic programs including BS, MN, DNP, and PhD. UWorld* Booth 120 UWorld is the top online medical question bank provider deeply passionate about helping students excel on licensing exams. UWorldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s NCLEX Qbank is written by top nurse educators and has received excellent review from students and school administers. Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Booth 112 Vanderbilt School of Nursing offers MSN, DNP and PhD programs. The MSN program has entry options for ASN, BSN and MSN applicants. The MSN program offers nine nurse practitioner specialties, nursing informatics, nursemidwifery, and healthcare leadership. Western Connecticut State University Department of Nursing* Booth 604 Nursing faculty at Western Connecticut State University and Southern Connecticut State University have collaboratively developed an online Doctorate in Nursing Education (EdD) -- the only one of its kind in Connecticut and one of few across the country uniquely designed to prepare nurses for academic faculty roles.

Western Governors University Booth 102 Western Governors University is an online, regionally accredited nonprofit university driven by a mission to expand access to affordable degree programs through online, competency-based degree programs. Our nursing degree programs are CCNE accredited. www.wgu.edu Wiley Booth 410 Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledgeenabled services that improve outcomes in areas of research, professional practice, and education. Visit www. wiley.com for more information. Wilkes University* Booth 611 Wilkes University offers CCNE-accredited online nursing degree programs for RNs. Designed specifically for working professionals, our RN-BS, RN-MS, full MS, and DNP programs offer a personalized, supportive approach guided by experienced, engaged faculty. Wolters Kluwer Health Booth 211 Wolters Kluwer Health is a global provider of information, business intelligence and point-of-care solutions for the healthcare industry. Major brands include Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Lippincott Solutions, medical books, journals, and electronic media. Please visit our booth to browse our comprehensive product selection. Zeta Kappa-at-Large Chapter, UNLV, NSC* GOLD Sponsor Booth 206 Zeta Kappa-at-Large Chapter emphasizes nursing scholarship at Nevada State College (BSN) and University of Nevada Las Vegas (BSN, MSN, DNP, PhD), and promotes excellence in healthcare in southern Nevada. Zeta Pi Chapter/UT Health Booth 511 Zeta Pi provides leadership, scholarship in nursing practice, education, and research while affiliated with the UTHealth SON. We are partnering to promote the chapter activities and also promote the nursing programs offered at UTHealth SON.

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University of Utah College of Nursing Booth 117 The University of Utah College of Nursing has traditional and distance options that cover a wide range of degrees and specializations. From an online RN-BS program to masters and doctorate degrees. See Carrie in booth 117.


Rutgers School of Nursing Ranked 25th in the nation among graduate schools of nursing – U.S. News & World Report, 2015

Reach New Heights With a PhD Degree • PhD in Nursing Prepare for career as a nurse scientist. At Rutgers, you’ll have the opportunity to work with renowned faculty who have extramurally funded programs of research that are influencing clinical practice, education, and health policy. Our PhD in Nursing alumni are achieving great success in academic, service and industry settings. Teaching fellowships and other financial support are available for qualified doctoral students.

• PhD in Urban Systems (Urban Health Specialization)

Train to become a scholar-advocate with the expertise to transform health care as a student in this interdisciplinary PhD program offered by Rutgers and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. You will collaborate with outstanding researchers to explore the complex factors that influence health status and behavior while learning to conduct independent research that can improve health in urban communities.

VISIT US TODAY

nursing.rutgers.edu/phd Nour Alayan, MSN, RN

PhD Student & Teaching Assistant Research interests: Prevention and treatment of substance use disorders and addictive behavior, nursing ethics

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey


ONLINE Graduate Nursing Programs Full-time and part-time options in all programs

Ranked sixth nationally among online graduate nursing programs in 2015 by U.S. News & World Report

Applications open October 1, 2015 for Fall 2016 matriculation MSN - Three Tracks

• Family Nurse Practitioner • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner • Nurse Educator

BSN to DNP & Post MSN to DNP - Two Tracks • Advanced Practice (FNP & PNP) • Academic Leadership

PhD in Nursing - Two Tracks • Nursing Education • Post DNP to PhD

University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Nursing 4505 Maryland Parkway Box 453018 Las Vegas, NV 89154-3018 702-895-3360 http://unlv.edu/nursing

Nurse Leaders Begin Here

PhD in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences • Nursing Sub-Plan

Established Zeta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau in 1981

For all graduate programs, email jill.racicot@unlv.edu; or call 702-895-5920

1125 Nevada State Drive Henderson, NV 89002 702.992.2850 | nsc.edu

EXCITING FACULTY OPENINGS IN 2016-2017 NEVADA STATE COLLEGE SCHOOL OF NURSING

Nevada State College is a young, vibrant, and rapidly growing four-year college located in Henderson, Nevada. Excellence in teaching leads to innovative, technology-rich learning opportunities that promote the acquisition of knowledge and skills. Quality, affordable four-year degree programs open the door to career success and enhanced quality of life for a diverse population of students. Our graduates, in turn, foster the greatest opportunity – the promise of a stronger community and a better future for all of Nevada. The School of Nursing offers three tracks for a BSN: traditional full-time track, part-time track, and a 100% online RN to BSN track. The nursing curricula are anchored in the Caring Sciences. The faculty and students in the School of Nursing at Nevada State College are committed to promoting caring science practices in community and healthcare settings, securely anchored in the work of Dr. Jean Watson.

OPPORTUNITIES

Nevada State College School of Nursing has the following opportunities: • Tenure Track (Assistant Professor) • Lecturer (MS Nursing Educator) Individuals with the following expertise are encouraged to apply: • Nursing Generalist • Mental Health Nursing Nevada State College School of Nursing is particularly interested in candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving success in higher education for first-generation and underrepresented students.


Exhibit Hall Prize Drawings Bring your prize drawing ticket — included in your registration packet — to the Exhibit Hall SaturdayMonday and enter to win! The ticket tumbler is located inside the hall, and drawings will be conducted throughout the show. ATI Nursing Education (Booth 309) • Kindle, 6” glare-free touchscreen display (Wi-Fi included) Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (Booth 401) • “Lone Star” gift basket — classic goodies from the Lone Star state in this memorable gift basket filled with southern inspired indulgence

Nursing Knowledge International (STTI Marketplace) • Cultural Sensibility in Healthcare: A Personal and Professional Guidebook by Sally N. Ellis Fletcher • Critical Conversations in Healthcare: Scripts and Techniquies for Effective Interprofessional and Patient Communication by Cheri Clancy Pocket Nurse (Booths 311/313) • Advanced 4-vein venipuncture training aid Rush University College of Nursing (Booth 317) • Rush goodie bag (US $100 value)

Coursey Enterprises (Booth 404) • US $100 cash prize

safeMedicate (Booth 109) • safeMedicate starter kit — Includes one administrative license, one free faculty training via webinar, and five 90 licenses for students (US $200 value)

DxR Development Group, Inc. (Booth 103) • US $100 Visa or Mastercard

Shadow Health (Booth 405) • iPod Shuffle

Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University and Pi Gamma Chapter (Booth 301) • Briefcase

University of Cincinnati College of Nursing (Booth 519) • “ Taste of Cincinnati” gift basket

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University of Utah (Booth 117) • University of Utah goodie bag

i-Human Patients, Inc. (Booth 221) • Amazon Echo

UWorld (Booth 120) • iPad Mini with a 30-day subscription to UWorld NCLEX Question Bank

Jones & Bartlett Learning (Booth 114) • Fitbit Charge Kaplan University and Phi Rho Chapter (Booth 514) • Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships by Eisler and Potter

Wolters Kluwer Health (Booth 211) • iPad Mini

MDF Instruments (Booth 110) • MDF stethoscope Meridy’s Uniforms (Booth 214) • US $100 cash prize Northwestern State University College of Nursing and School of Allied Health (Booth 115) • Digital camera (US $100 value) • Digital camera (US $100 value) NurseTim, Inc. (Booth 219) • One (1) free individual webinar subscription (US $349 value). Subscription includes: 12-month access to full webinar catalog (over 100 to choose from) and over 115 contact hours and certificate available.

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Friday Schedule Friday, 6 November 2015 9:00 a.m.-noon

(0900-1200) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Pre-Convention Workshop Co-sponsored by STTI, Omicron Delta Chapter, University of Phoenix, and Region 1

New Roles for Nurses in a Changing Health Care System Joanne Spetz, PhD, FAAN (honorary)

Noon-6:30 p.m. (1200-1830)

Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education (CENE) Pre-Conference Noon-1:15 p.m.

CENE PLEN: Engaging Students to Clinically Think: Preparing

Practice-Ready Nurses (1200-1315) Level 3, Starvine 3-5 Patricia Hooper Kyriakidis, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN Level 3, Starvine 3-5

TRACK I

TRACK II

1:15-1:30 p.m.

Break

Break

1:30-2:45 p.m. (1330-1445)

CENE 01: Challenges and TIPS CENE 02: Mentoring Millennials for the Novice Grantwriter Mary M. Wheeler, MEd, BN, RN, PCC and Mark J. F. Haykowsky, PhD Level 3, Starvine 1

Janice Waddell, PhD, RN Level 3, Starvine 2

2:45-3:00 p.m.

Break

Break

3:00-4:15 p.m.

CENE 03: Challenges and TIPS for Experienced Grantwriters: Movement into Nursing Education Research

CENE 04: Situated Coaching: A Response to the Urgent Call for Transformation in Education

4:15-4:30 p.m.

Break

Break

4:30-5:45 p.m.

CENE 05: TIPS (Thoughts, Ideas, and Possible Strategies) for Implementation of a Funded Grant

CENE 06: Fostering Healthy Work Environments: Powered by Civility, Collegiality, and Teamwork

(1315-1330)

(1445-1500)

F R I D AY S C H E D U L E

(1500-1615)

Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN Level 3, Starvine 1

Patricia Hooper Kyriakidis, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN Level 3, Starvine 2

(1615-1630) (1630-1745)

Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN and Mark J. F. Haykowsky, PhD Level 3, Starvine 1

5:45-6:30 p.m. (1745-1830)

Reception Level 3, Starvine 3-5

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Convention Registration

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Delegate Certification

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Presenter/Moderator Check-In

(1900-2100) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

Cynthia M. Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN Level 3, Starvine 2

(1900-2100) Level 3, Ironwood Delegates must be certified prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. You will line up by chapter Ballroom Foyer name. (1900-2100) Level 3, Outside Starvine 11

7:00-9:00 p.m.

(1900-2100) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

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Moderators, please sign in to pick up moderator packet. All presenters (poster, oral, and symposia) are required to sign in. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for CNE contact hours.

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts.

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Saturday Schedule Saturday, 7 November 2015 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Registration

7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Delegate Certification

(0730-1830) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

Delegates must be certified prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. You will line up by chapter name.

8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Exhibit Hall Move-In

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace

(0800-1500) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom (0900-1630) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0900-1630) Level 3, Starvine 11

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

(0900-1630) Level 3, Outside Starvine 11

9:00-10:00 a.m.

(0900-1000) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts.

Speaker Ready Room Oral presenters using PowerPoint may view their preloaded presentations on the comptuers available. Changes cannot be made to the presentations.

Presenter/Moderator Check-In Moderators, please sign in to pick up moderator packet. All presenters (poster, oral, and symposia) are required to sign in. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for CNE contact hours.

First-Time Attendee Orientation Feeling overwhelmed by all of the activities and opportunities offered at convention? Get tips from experienced attendees durign this event that is designed to help those coming to convention for the first time make the most out of their experience.

Poster Session 1 Setup

(0900-1300) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 128-137. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 126-127.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters Sponsored by Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing

Showcase of MagnetÂŽ Hospital Research Peer-Reviewed Posters

10:30-11:45 a.m.

(1030-1145) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Student Engagement Event Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Future By invitation only

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Saturday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Candidate Poster Display Setup

11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.

Speed Connect Event

(1100-1300) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (1145-1315) Level 3, Starvine 3

1:30-3:00 p.m.

(1330-1500) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

A special event dsigned to connect convention attendees in a fun fast-paced environment. You will enjoy lunch, followed by a chance to connect one-on-one with other attendees. Pre-registration required. Check with registration desk to see if additional tickets are available.

Opening Plenary Session Flag Processional Sigma Theta Tau International/ATI Educational Assessment Nursing Research Grant Sigma Theta Tau International as Edge Runner Through Serving Locally, Transforming Regionally, and Leading Globally Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN, 2013-2015 STTI President During the session, details on the progress of the organization and feedback on the state of the society in general will be shared. Attention will be given to initiatives that have been supporting the call to action as we celebrate our achievements as members, chapters, and the organization as a whole.

Concurrent Sessions A 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

S AT U R D AY S C H E D U L E

Session: A 01 Clinical Session

Cardiovascular Issues: Engaging Risk and Care Cardiovascular Risk Factors Among College Students: Knowledge, Perception, and Risk Assessment Dieu-My T. Tran, PhD, RN and Lani M. Zimmerman, PhD, RN

Factors Influencing Well-Being Among Post Myocardial Infarction Patients Sanguan Thanee, PhD, RN

The Relationship Between Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Use of Healthcare Services in Low-Income Preschool Children Michele Montgomery, PhD, MPH, RN and Paige Johnson, PhD, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: A 02 Clinical Session 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: A 03 Clinical Session

Promoting Health for Patients with Diabetes Improving Glycemic Control Among Incarcerated Men: A Health Promotion Model Paula Kelly Ranson, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN, CCHP

Health Coaching with Peer Support to Improve Diabetes Self-Management Education Chondra Butler, DNP, RN, AGCNS-BC

Initiatives in Advanced Practice Nursing Subtle Signs: Assessing for Dementia Warning Signs During an Acute Episode of Grief in Recently Widowed Individuals Debbie Nogueras, PhD, MSN, ARNP, BC

ICU Patientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Survival and Nursing Critical Patient Severity Classification System (CPSCS) You Lee Yang, MSN, RN and Mona Choi, PhD, RN

Achieving Certification for a Nurse-Run School-Based Health Center in Nevada

Sherrilyn Coffman, PhD, RN and Cheryl L. Darby-Carlberg, DNP, MSN, BSN, APRN, RN, IBCLC

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

Session: A 04 Clinical Session

Promoting Family Health in the Clinical Environment A Descriptive Study of the Surgical Nurse Liaisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (SNL) Role From the Perspectives of Patients and Their Families in Alleviating Anxiety During a Surgical Procedure Reginald Perez Fernandez, MSN, RN

A New U.S.A.B.I.L.I.T.Y. Survey on Technology by Older Adults

Meriam Caboral-Stevens, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, NP-C; Martha Whetsell, PhD, RN; and Lorraine S. Evangelista, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAHA, FAAN

Sex Difference in the Association of Sleep Disturbances With Cognitive Function Impairment in Elderly Hsiao-Yean Chiu, PhD, RN and Pei-Shan Tsai, PhD

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Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: A 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Called to Promote Global Nursing Excellence

Sharon R. Redding, EdD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE; Mary Kay Smid, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN; and Linda Rice, MS, RN, CWOCN

Called to Promote Nursing Excellence as Transformational Leaders Sharon R. Redding, EdD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE

Called to Promote Nursing Excellence as Global Educators Mary Kay Smid, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN

Called to Promote Nursing Excellence as Facilitators of Service Learning Linda Rice, MS, RN, CWOCN (1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: A 06 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Working Together to Provide Greater Interprofessional Opportunities for Education and Research in a Simulation Environment

Jessica Doolen, PhD, MSN, BSN, ADN, APRN-C, CNE; Miriam E. Bar-on, MD; Carolyn B. Yucha, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; and Neal S. Rosenburg, PhD, MSN, BSN, BA (Hons), RN

Standardized Patients Providing Clinical Learning Opportunities for Learners Across the Continuum Miriam E. Bar-on, MD

Overview and Introduction to the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas Carolyn B. Yucha, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Interprofessional Education and Research in a Collaborative Simulation Center Jessica Doolen, PhD, MSN, BSN, ADN, APRN-C, CNE

Continuity in the Face of Changing Leadership Neal S. Rosenburg, PhD, MSN, BSN, BA (Hons), RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: A 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Competencies in Undergraduate Nursing Programs Effectiveness of Integrating Test-Enhanced Learning Into a BSN Foundations of Nursing Class: A Pilot Project Greta I. Marek, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE and Laura Dower, MSN, ADN, RN, FNP, CNE

Making the Most Out of QSEN’s Knowledge, Attitude and Skills (KAS) Competencies in an RN to BSN Program: A Three Level Education Approach Guillermo Valdes, DNP, RN-BC and Roxana Orta, DNP, ARNP-BC

Putting It All Together: Integrating Multiple Evidence-Based Core Competencies From Across the Spectrum to Redevelop Community Health Online RN-BSN Courses Melissa D. Myers, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE, CPN and Leslie B. Schoenberg, BSN, MSN, RN, CNE, CPNP

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: A 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Altering Nurses’ Perspectives Through Evidence Social, Cultural, and Behavioural Contexts of 2014 Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Outbreak in Nigeria: Community Perspectives and Nurses’ Preparedness

Mildred E. John, PhD, BSc, RN, RM, RNE, FWACN; Margaret I. Ekanem, BSc, RN, RM, RPHN; Ibitoru Peterside, BSc, RN, RM, RPHN; P. E. Samson-Akpan, PhD, MPH, BSc, RN/RM; Idongesit I. Akpabio, PhD, MSc, MPA, BSc, RN/RM, FWACN; and Ijeoma Okoronkwo, PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, RM, RNT, FWACN

Supporting Nursing Research: Mentors’ Perspectives on a Research Training Program for Point-of-Care Nurses Agnes T. Black, BSN, MPH, RN; Candy Garossino, MSN, BSN, RN; and Lynda Balneaves, PhD, RN

Nurses’ Perspectives on Flexible Visitation in Adult and Neonatal Critical Care Units Alina Pedchenko, MSN, BSN, RN and Joanne Eckert, MSN, RNC

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Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: A 09 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Clinically Relevant Risks Sensitivity and Specificity of Edmonson Psychiatric Fall Risk Assessment Tool in an Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Unit Jordon Bosse, MSN, RN and Constance LaPointe, RN, BC

Nurses Taking the Lead in Healthcare Teams: The SBIRT Model—Integrating Evidence-Based Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment for Persons at Risk for Substance Use and Mental Disorders Pamela G. Lusk, DNP, MSN, PMHNP, BSN, RN, PMHNP-BC, FAANP

Interprofessional Evidence-Based Care of Hospitalized Patients With and at Risk for Sleep Apnea Improves Care Quality Lisa A. Kuhen, DNP, MSN, BSN, APRN-BC, Adult CNP

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: A 10 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Symposium Collaboration Between Nursing Faculty and Instructional Designers Enhances Affective Learning Leading to Improved Knowledge Transfer of Evidence-Based Practice for Professional Nurses in a Graduate Education Program

Priscilla C. O’Connor, PhD, MS (Nsg), BSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC; Patricia Bicknell, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CNL; and Nicholas Charles Gogno, MS, BA

Effective Pedagogy Using Affective Learning Strategies Empowers Learners to Translate EBP Knowledge for Practice Patricia Bicknell, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CNL

Interactive Instructional Design Strategies for Online Nursing Education Nicholas Charles Gogno, MS, BA

S AT U R D AY S C H E D U L E

Empowering Nurses to Implement Evidence-Based Practice Through Instructional Design Priscilla C. O’Connor, PhD, MS (Nsg), BSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: A 11 Leadership Session

Developing Leadership Skills in New Nurses Transition From Student Nurse to Professional Nurse: Induction and Professional Development Support of Newly Qualified Professional Nurses Memme Girly Makua, BCur, MCur, RN

Life Experiences of a Newly Graduated Nurse Working Under Supervision of a Mentor Nisa Tamarpirat, MSN, RN and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

New Graduate Nurse Perception of Competence Compared to Nurse Leadership

Nancy S. Goldstein, DNP, MS, BSN, RNC-OB, ANP-BC; Michelle D’Alessandro, DNP, MS, RN, NEA-BC; Alexandra Sussman, BS; and Jeremy Brown, MBA, BS, CNA, GNA

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: A 12 Leadership Session

Unproven Nurses in the Workforce A Grounded Theory Study of Nurse Managers’ Preferences in Hiring Newly Licensed RNs

Susan C. Adamek, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE; Lori Candela, EdD, MS, BSN, ADN, RN, FNP, BC, CNE; and Carolee Dodge Francis, EdD, MA, BS

Newly Graduated Registered Nurses’ Perception of Psychiatric Nursing

Avni Cirpili, DNP, MSN, BSN, AD, RN, NEA-BC; Jennifer K. Barut, MSN, BSN, AD, RN-BC; Jana M. Briggs, BSN, RN; and Nichole M. Taylor, BSN, RN

A Study Examining Senior Nursing Students’ Expectations of Work and the Workforce Deborah Saber, PhD, RN, CCRN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: A 13 Leadership Session

Cultural Competency in Nursing Education Measuring Cultural Competency: One-Year Post Immersion Experience in Costa Rica Maureen, C. Roller, DNP, RN, ANP-BC and Helen C. Ballestas, RN, PhD, ANP-BC

Nursing Education in Jordan: A Fulbright Scholar’s Perspective Susan A. LaRocco, PhD, MS, MBA, BS, RN, CNL, FNAP

Understanding the Lived Experiece of Nursing Practice in Haiti

Lorraine Emeghebo, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN and Judith C. James-Borga, PhD, MS, BSN, RN

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Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: A 14 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Connecting and Engaging STTI Members Regionally to Advance World Health and Celebrate Nursing Excellence Jacqueline Cassagnol, MSN, PMC, RN; Teresa Torsney, MS, RN-BC; Ronn M. Callada, MS, BS, RN, ANP; Kirstin Patragnoni-Sauter, MSN, APN, FNP-BC; Steven Baumann, PhD, MS, MSN, BSN, RN; and Joanna F. Hofmann, EdD, ANP/GNP-BC, RN

STTI Region 14: Connecting and Engaging Members Locally and Globally

Teresa Torsney, MS, RN-BC; Jacqueline Cassagnol, MSN, PMC, RN; Ronn M. Callada, MS, BS, RN, ANP; and Kirstin Patragnoni-Sauter, MSN, APN, FNP-BC

Providing Health Education and Disaster Preparedness Training in the USA and Haiti: A Global Collaboration Hybrid FNP Education in Haiti: A Global Collaboration

Steven Baumann, PhD, MS, MSN, BSN, RN; Joanna F. Hofmann, EdD, ANP/GNP-BC, RN; and Jacqueline Cassagnol, MSN, PMC, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: A 15 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Perspectives on Global Learning and Relational Diplomacy

Daniel J. Pesut, RN, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN; Mary Riner, PhD, RN; Teddie Potter, PhD, MS, RN; and Dave Santulli, MA, CPA

Application and Evaluation of a Global Learning Rubric Mary Riner, PhD, RN

Gaining Perspectives and Global Awareness Through Collaborative Online Learning (COIL) Teddie Potter, PhD, MS, RN

United Planet: Principles and Strategies Global Learning and Relational Diplomacy Dave Santulli, MA, CPA

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: A 16 Scientific Session

Clinical Aspects of Pediatric Care Pediatric Continuity of Care

Amara Michella Altman, MSN, BA, RN

Children with Cerebral Palsy Preferences for Adventures and Their Reasons Why

Judith Lang, BSN, RN, CPN; Lamara Love, BSN, RN, CPN; Sha Clark, MSW, LISW-S; Pamela Studer, BSN, RN; and Victoria von Sadovszky, PhD, RN, FAAN

Spirituality and Religiosity as an Approach to Coping for Adolescents Living With Sickle Cell Disease: A Review of the Literature Dora Clayton-Jones, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CPNP-PC and Kristin Haglund, PhD, RN, PNP, FNP, APRN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: A 17 Scientific Session

Improving Nursing Care in the Clinical Environment Optimizing Electronic Health Record Use for Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Primary Care Nancy J. Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Heureux, DNP, MA, APRN, CNP, FNP-C

Building an Indigenous Skill-Mixed Nursing Care Model in Taiwan

Yao-Mei Chen, PhD, RN; Hsiu-Hung Wang, PhD, RN, FAAN; Ching-Chiu Kao, MSN, RN; Shu-Chen Chang, PhD, RN; Tse-Yun Chang, MSN; Hui-Chen Tseng, RN, PhD; and I-Chin Huang, MSN, RN

Description, Application, and Evaluation of a Model to Teach Community-Based and Population Health Across Diverse Clinical Experiences

Elizabeth J. Van Dyk, DNP, APN-BC; Sarah Valentine- Maher, MSN, FNP; and Janet P. Tracy, PhD, RN, CNE

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Jacqueline Cassagnol, MSN, PMC, RN


Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: A 18 Scientific Session

Use of Simulation in Undergraduate Nursing Education Findings of a Knowledge Synthesis Project of Simulation Use in Pre-Licensure Nursing Education

Joanne K. Olson, PhD, RN, FAAN; Gerri C. Lasiuk, PhD, CPMHN(C), RN, RPN; Sandra Davidson, RN, MSN, PhD; Pauline Paul, PhD, RN; Barbara Wilson-Keates, PhD, MN, BScN, RN; Rebecca Ellis, BScN, RN; Fahreen Rajani, BScN, RN; and Winnifred Savard, BScN, MN, RN

The Effect of Simulation Courseware on Critical Thinking in Undergraduate Nursing Students: Multi-Site Pre-Post Study

Hyunsook Shin, PhD; Kaka Shim, MSN; Yuna Lee, MSN; Hyunhee Ma, MSN; Dahae Lim, BSN; Hyojin Kim, BSN; and Hyejin Kim, BSN

Exploring Simulation Utilization and Simulation Evaluation Practices and Approaches in Undergraduate Nursing Education

Hilde Zitzelsberger, BScN, MSc, PhD, RN; Sue Coffey, PhD, RN; Leslie L. M. Graham, RN, BScN, MN; Efrosini Papaconstantinou, BScN, MScN, PhD, RN; Charles Anyinam, RN; Jacqueline Mangal, BScN, RN; and Greg Dodd, BScN, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: A 19 Scientific Session

Undergraduate Nursing Education Research Health as Expanding Consciousness: Patterns of Clinical Reasoning in Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Students Mary W. Stec, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Nurturing Caring Values in Pre-Registration Nurse Education: A Qualitative Longitudinal Study

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Janet M. E. Scammell, DNSci, MSc (Nsg), BA (SocSci), DipNEd, RGN, SCM, RNT; Elizabeth Anne Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipRM, DipNEd, RN, RM; Vanessa Heaslip, PhD, MA, BSc (Hons), DipHe, RN, DN; Sara White, EdD, MA, MSc, BSc (Hons), RN; Ian Donaldson, EdDocMA, BEd (Hons), DipN (Lond), RN, RNT; and Karen Cooper, MA (HlthEd), BNS (Hons), DipNS, RGN

Breakthrough Thinking: A Model to Differentiate ADN and BSN Education Sharon K. Kumm, MN, MS, RN, CNE

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

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Beth Tigges, PhD, RN, PNP, BC, USA Robin Toms, PhD, MN, RN, NEA-BC, USA

Secretary

Carole Liske, PhD, MSN, BSN, USA Laurie Nagelsmith, PhD, RN, CNE, USA

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Saturday Schedule (1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Special Session Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (ENFLA) Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Session: A 21 Special Session

Carol L. Huston, DPA, MSN, RN, FAAN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

Special Session

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 1

Session: A 22 Special Session

In an effort to advance global excellence in nursing education, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)/ Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education (CENE) launched a 12-month Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (ENFLA) in October 2014. The ENFLA was designed for experienced faculty (Leadership Scholars) with at least seven years of full-time employment in a faculty role, who wished to increase their leadership acumen and develop or increase the skill sets essential for success in a faculty leadership role. Program goals included to: • Further academic career development and success. • Promote personal and professional leadership development. • Develop and begin to implement a personal leadership progression plan. • Expand the influence of the Leadership Scholar within his or her sponsoring academic institution, the community, and the profession in the context of teaching, scholarship, or service. • Advance nursing education through leadership development projects implemented by Leadership Scholars during the program. • Promote experienced nurse faculty retention in academe. Using a triad model, nine Leadership Scholars, nine Mentors, and eight Faculty worked collaboratively in this pilot cohort to assist the Scholars in planning and implementing comprehensive leadership projects, as well as identifying and implementing an individualized leadership development plan. Strategies for program and personal goal achievement included online learning activities, online discussion forums, personal reflection assessments, and face-to-face workshops. For this session, each of the nine pilot cohort Scholars will present their individualized leadership development plan and share their experiences they , as well as insights gained in achieving these leadership goals. In particular, Scholars will address how this program and the leadership goals, will allow them an expanded scope of influence as a nursing leader and change agent in the future(Leadership project outcomes are demonstrated by poster presentation at another session at the Convention). Additional information about applying for the 2016/2017 ENFLA cohort will be made available to attendees.

The Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy: Taking Clinical Leadership to the Next Level Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Diane L. Spatz, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN; Julia Snethen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; and Patricia Clinton, PhD, MSN, BSN, IA, ARNP, CPNP

The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, in partnership with Johnson and Johnson, has advanced the leadership skills of maternal and child nurses and nurse midwives in its 18-month MaternalChild Health Nurse Leadership Academy (MCH). In the 12 years since its launch, more than 296 nurses and nurse midwives from six countries have taken part in the MCH Academy. During this presentation, faculty will discuss the MCH Academy model; this session will offer a synopsis of the MCH Academy goals, objectives, structure, learning activities, and outcomes. These nurses and nurse midwives work with mothers and babies up to age five in a variety of healthcare settings across North America. Over the duration of the academy, Fellows are paired with Leadership Mentors and Faculty Advisors to plan and implement an interprofessional leadership project. MCH is designed to operationalize leadership skills and apply them in health systems for sustainable impact. This academy offers a unique mentorship model that provides the foundation for life changing leadership development. For example, leadership behavior scores for academy Fellows have increased, on average, by 11 percent and scores for academy Mentors have increased by 9 percent. At the conclusion of the 18-month academy the Fellows disseminate project results according to the principles of evidence-based research at an international conference. Based on the reports of the MCH participants, 90 percent of the academy projects are sustained at their institution because of policy changes and improved patient care. In addition, 50 percent of projects served as a catalyst for other projects aimed at improving the health and well-being of mothers and babies. For example, a Fellow’s project decreased NICU stay by 1.47 days during the academy. The MCH Academy experience strengthens individual leadership behaviors in nurses and nurse midwives, enabling them to expand their scope of influence, lead interprofessional teams and facilitate health care system changes to impact quality patient care outcomes.

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: A 23 Chapter Leader Session

Chapter Leader Session Understanding STTI’s Membership Eligibility

Sabrina Collins-Christie, BA, BS and Janell Jackson Attend this session to learn how to successfully invite and induct eligible students and nurse leaders into STTI using the international bylaws and guidelines documents. This session is not eligible for continuing nursing education contact hours.

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Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: A 24 Scientific Session

Changing Perceptions in Nursing Education The Relationship of a Dominant Teaching Perspective and Student Perception of the Classroom Learning Environment Cindy L. Farris, PhD, MSN, MPH, BSN, CNE

Nursing Students with Disabilities in the Clinical Setting: Nursing Education Leaders’ Perceptions of Accommodations Julie M. Symes, EdD, RN, IBCLC

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: A 25 Scientific Session 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: A 26 Scientific Session

Using Evidence and Technology with Encouraging Outcomes The Use of Electronic Alert System for Early Sepsis Identification

Judy Ong Ho, MSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CPHQ and Rowena Chona Sano, BSN, RN, ASQ, CQA, CLSSBB

HeartMApp: A Self-Care Mobile Telemedicine Application to Improve Heart Failure Outcomes Ponrathi Athilingam, PhD, RN, ARNP, FAANP and Miguel A. Labrador, PhD, MSc

Discussions of Quality of Life in Children with Healthcare Issues Validation of an “In the Moment” Pediatric Quality of Life Scale for Hospitalized Children Nancy A. Ryan-Wenger, PhD, RN, CPNP and Aricka Kesic-Sellers, MSN, BS, RN, NP-C

Comparison of Child and Family Health Outcomes in Families with Children with Special Healthcare Needs Cared for in Home Care, Long-Term Care, and Medical Day Care Settings Carmen Caicedo, PhD, RN

Differences in Meaning of Quality of Life and Inner Strength in Families With and Without Young Adults with Spina Bifida

Monique Ridosh, PhD, RN; Kathleen J. Sawin, PhD, CPNP-PC, FAAN; and Gayle M. Roux, PhD, RN, NP-C, FAAN

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3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: A 27 Scientific Session

Does Magnet® Status Play a Part? From Blank Canvas to Masterwork: Creating a Professional Practice Model at a Magnet® Hospital

Lynda J. Dimitroff, PhD, MSEd, BSN, RN, MCHES; Donna M. Tydings, DNP, RN, CNS-BC; Sue Nickoley, MS, RN, GCNS-BC; and Maureen Krenzer, MS, RN, ACNS-BC

Employment in Magnet®-Oriented Hospitals and Socialization of Students in Clinical Nurse Specialist Programs Terri L. Ares, PhD, MSN, RN, CNS-BC

Promoting Evidence-Based Practice: A Study of Perceptions and Practices of Nursing Council Members in a Magnet® Organization

Kelly E. Lancaster, MSN, RN, CAPA; Kristiina Hyrkas, PhD, LicNSc, MNSc, RN; Gertrude Kent, RN, BSN; and Debbie Michaud, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: A 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Asian Women’s Physical Activity: The Asian Women’s Health Research Network

Eun-Ok Im, RN, MPH, PhD, CNS, FAAN; Sun Ju Chang, PhD, RN; Yaelim Lee, MSN, BSN, RN; Ok Kyung Ham, PhD, RN; Youjeong Kang, MPH, CCRN; Sangmi Kim, MPH, RN; Yaelim Lee, MSN, BSN, RN; Hsiu-Min Tsai, PhD, RN; Eunice Chee, BSc; and Wonshik Chee, PhD

Factors Influencing Physical Activity Among Older Women with Type 2 Diabetes Sun Ju Chang, PhD, RN

Asian-American Midlife Women’s Physical Activity and Sleep Related Symptoms

Yaelim Lee, MSN, BSN, RN; Ok Kyung Ham, PhD, RN; Youjeong Kang, MPH, CCRN; and Eun-Ok Im, RN, MPH, PhD, CNS, FAAN

Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Culturally Tailored Web-Based Physical Activity Promotion Program (WPAPP) Sangmi Kim, MPH, RN; Yaelim Lee, MSN, BSN, RN; Hsiu-Min Tsai, PhD, RN; Eunice Chee, BSc; Wonshik Chee, PhD; and Eun-Ok Im, RN, MPH, PhD, CNS, FAAN

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Saturday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

Poster Viewing Session 1A

(1515-1630) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 128-137. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 126-127.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters S AT U R D AY S C H E D U L E

Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters Sponsored by Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing

Showcase of Magnet速 Hospital Research Peer-Reviewed Posters

4:30-6:30 p.m.

(1630-1830) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

Exhibit Hall Grand Opening and Welcome Reception

Sponsored by Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University and Pi Gamma Chapter Wine sponsored by Pocket Nurse, The George Washington University School of Nursing, and the University of South Alabama College of Nursing

STTI Snap Sessions 5:00-5:30 p.m. (1700-1730) - Take a Virtual Tour of Your STTI Membership

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Meet the Candidates

6:00-8:00 p.m.

Leadership Celebration Dinner

(1730-1930) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (1800-2000) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing, The Elsevier Foundation, Hearst Foundations, HillRom, and Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

The Both/And of Nursing Leadership Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN By invitation only

8:15-9:30 p.m.

(2015-2130) Level 3, Starvine 2

8:15-9:30 p.m.

(2015-2130) Level 3, Starvine 3

8:15-9:30 p.m.

(2015-2130) Level 3, Starvine 4

8:15-9:30 p.m.

(2015-2130) Level 3, Starvine 5

Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Celebration Program Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing By invitation only

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Celebration Program Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions By invitation only

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Celebration Program Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom By invitation only

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Celebration Program Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation By invitation only

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Congratulations

to University of Louisville Hospital, part of KentuckyOne Health, for receiving the 2015 Clinical Partnership Award. KentuckyOne Health also congratulates M. Cynthia Logsdon, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAAN, on receiving the 2015 Founders Award: Elizabeth McWilliams Miller Award for Excellence in Research.


Sunday Schedule Sunday, 8 November 2015 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Registration

7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Delegate Certification

(0700-1800) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer (0700-1800) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

8:00-9:15 a.m.

(0800-0915) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Delegates must be certified prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. You will line up by chapter name.

Plenary Session 2 Sigma Theta Tau International/American Nurses Credentialing Center Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Implementation Grant Sigma Theta Tau Internationa/Joan K. Stout, RN, Research Grant Claiming an Area of Knowledge as Nursing Science to Improve the Health of Marginalized Populations Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Episteme Laureate award presentation sponsored by The Baxter International Foundation

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (0800-1630) Level 3, Starvine 11

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

(0800-1630) Level 3, Outside Starvine 11

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

(0900-1700) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

Speaker Ready Room Oral presenters using PowerPoint may view their preloaded presentations on the comptuers available. Changes cannot be made to the presentations.

Presenter/Moderator Check-In Moderators, please sign in to pick up moderator packet. All presenters (poster, oral, and symposia) are required to sign in. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for CNE contact hours.

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts.

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Candidate Poster Display Viewing

9:15-11:00 a.m.

Exhibit Hall Open

(0800-1700) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (0915-1100) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

Coffee and snacks served.

STTI Snap Sessions 9:30-10:00 a.m. (0930-1000) - Find Friends in The Circle 10:00-11:00 a.m. (1000-1100) - International Leadership Institute

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Sunday Schedule 9:30-10:30 a.m.

(0930-1030) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

Author Book Signings Meet the following STTI authors:

Susan M. Baxley, PhD, RN Mentoring Today’s Nurses: A Global Perspective for Success Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN Mentoring Today’s Nurses: A Global Perspective for Success Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education

Lois Marshall, PhD, RN Take Charge of Your Nursing Career Lori C. Marshall, PhD, MSN, RN Mastering Patient & Family Education: A Healthcare Handbook for Success Constance E. McIntosh, EdD, MBA, RN A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Transitioning to the Professional Nurse Role Linda Norlander, RN, BSN, MS Being Present: A Nurse’s Resource for End-of-Life Communication and To Comfort Always: A Nurse’s Guide to End-of-Life Care (Second Edition) Cynthia M. Thomas, EdD, MS, RNc A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Transitioning to the Professional Nurse Role

9:30-10:30 a.m.

Meet the Candidates

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

STTI Career Center

(0930-1030) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (1000-1230) Level 3, Starvine 12

Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Fuutre, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This Career Center provides nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and nursing leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located oustide Starvine 11 on Level 3 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited, signup will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Concurrent Sessions B 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Session: B 01 Clinical Session

Promoting Psychiatric Health in the Clinical Environment Yrbs, 2013: Surveillance of Mental Health Services in Rural Eastern Region Middle and High Schools Cynthia Ann Leaver, MSN, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAzCIM; Jesus Cepero, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; April Greenlee, BSN, RN; and Laura E. Henderson, MPH, MD, FAAP

Social Determinants of Depression Among HIV Positive Patients in Karachi, Pakistan Sahreen Malik Bhanji, MScN, BScN, RN

Stigma in Mental Health: A Concept Analysis

Linda Carman Copel, PhD, MSN, MSMFT, BSN, RN, PMHCNS, BC, CNE, ANEF, NCC, FAPA and Khamis AlMamari, MSN, RN

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S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

Sally N. Ellis Fletcher, PhD, RN, FANP Cultural Sensibility in Healthcare


Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: B 02 Clinical Session

Promoting Practice in the Perinatal Patient and Family Parents’ Experiences of Communication With Neonatal Intensive-Care Unit Staff: An Interview Study Helena Wigert, PhD, RN

Stress Beyond the NICU Discharge: Implications to Outcome Amy Nagorski Johnson, PhD, MSN, RNC-NIC-E

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Community-Based Behavior Change Campaign in Haiti: Newborn Umbilical Cord Care Susan M. Walsh, DNP, MSN, BS, RN, APN, C-PNP

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: B 03 Clinical Session

Engaging Interprofessional Teams Project Empower: An Interdisciplinary Project

Dawn Garrett-Wright, PhD, PMHNP, CNE; Saundra Starks, EdD, LCSW; and Cheryl Wolf, PhD, NCC, LPCA, PHR, CHt

A Global Nursing Initiative: An Interdisciplinary, Multicultural Collaboration for Nurse Practitioner Students

Patricia McKiernan Ciarleglio, MSN, MS, BS, RN, FNP; Frances McGill, BS (Nsg), RN, MD; and Shelly Rodrigo, MSc, MPhil, PhD

Health Team Members’ Perceptions of Strategies for Patient-Centred Care in Acute Care Settings Linda M. Ferguson, MN, PhD, RN

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

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Session: B 04 Clinical Session

Utilizing Nurse Sensitive Indicators in the Clinical Arena Evaluating Efficacy of a Low-Air-Loss Bed Replacement Program in Decreasing Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers (HAPU’s) in Medical-Surgical Units Juvy Montecalvo Acosta, DNP, MSN, RN, ANP-BC

A Formative Program Evaluation of Electronic Clinical Tracking System Documentation to Meet National Core Competencies Lynette Smith, PhD, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC and M. Laurie Branstetter, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: B 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Bridging the Practice/Research Chasm

Carol Boswell, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF; Rebekah Powers, DNP, RN-BC, CMSRN, CSPHA; Ausrine Buzick, ADN, RN; Stephanie Lanes, ADN, RN; Estella Contreras, LVN; Susana Dominguez, BSN, ADN, RN; Arculana Robles, RN, BSN; Andreanna Sookhi, ADN, RN; Deborah D’Agostino, BSN, RN; and Sharon McGowen, BSN, RN

Bridging the Practice/Research Chasm

Rebekah Powers, DNP, RN-BC, CMSRN, CSPHA and Carol Boswell, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF

Effective Nursing Work Flow: Making a Difference

Ausrine Buzick, ADN, RN; Stephanie Lanes, ADN, RN; and Estella Contreras, LVN

Avoiding Delays for Surgery: It is Important

Susana Dominguez, BSN, ADN, RN and Arculana Robles, RN, BSN

Effective Communication Using Huddles

Andreanna Sookhi, ADN, RN; Deborah D’Agostino, BSN, RN; and Sharon McGowen, BSN, RN

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: B 06 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Dimensions of Care Coordination Clinical Reasoning: Systems Thinking, Value Network Analysis, and Health Analytics

RuthAnne Kuiper, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE, ANEF; Daniel J. Pesut, RN, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN; and Tamatha Arms, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, PMHNP-BC, NP-C

Care Coordination Clinical Reasoning Model for Advanced Practice Nurses RuthAnne Kuiper, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE, ANEF

Future Think: Clinical Reasoning, Care Coordination, and Health Analytics Daniel J. Pesut, RN, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN

Unfolding Case Study Exemplifying Care Coordination with Advance Practice Nursing Tamatha Arms, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, PMHNP-BC, NP-C

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Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: B 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Nurses’ Perception and Education of Evidence-Based Practice Evidence-Based Practice Perceived by the Nurses at One Finnish University Hospital Tarja Kvist, PhD, MSN, RN; Arja Häggman-Laitila, PhD, RN; and Niina Parviainen

A Survey of Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude, and Skills with Evidence-Based Practice in the Practice Setting Kathleen Williamson, PhD, MSN, RN

Multi-Method Critical Care Orientation Improves Critical Thinking, Skills, and Confidence Marie Wolfer, BSN, RN; Corinne Lee, DNP, RN; and Sharon L. Smith, PhD, MS, RN

(1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: B 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Using Virtual Learning Techniques to Enhance Nursing Education Utilizing Case Scenarios in a Virtual Learning Environment to Assess and Refine Critical Thinking in Graduate Nursing Education Students Lisa B. Robinson, DNP, RN, CCRN, NP-C

An Organizational Approach to Adoption of Technology to Enhance a Nursing EvidenceBased Practice Culture

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Leslie S. Norman, MPH, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE and C. Denise Neill, PhD, RN, CNE

Using the Tools of Technology to Increase Access to Doctoral Education: Best Practices in Distance Education Jeffrey A. Willey, PhD, MSN, MEd, RN and Lisa A. Seldomridge, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: B 09 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Using Teaching Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes If the Walls Could Talk: Student Perspectives on What Makes for a “Good” Teacher Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN and Ashley Munteanu, BSN, RN

Concept-Based Assignments Used as Study Guides: Facilitating Learners Input into Education Jennifer B. Drexler, MSN, RN, CCRN

Comparison of Two Modes of Teaching Delivery in Graduate Nursing Education Ronda D. Mintz-Binder, DNP, RN, CNE

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: B 10 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Symposium Publishing Evidence for Impact on Practice

Ian J. Norman, PhD, MSc, BA, RN, FAAN, FRCN; Peter Griffiths, PhD; and Sarah J. Davies, BA

Leading the Development of Nursing Practice and Policy Through Successful Publication Ian J. Norman, PhD, MSc, BA, RN, FAAN, FRCN

Maximizing the Impact of Your Publications in an Open Access Environment Peter Griffiths, PhD

Examining the Trends of Nursing Evidence-Based Research and the Measurements of Quality Sarah J. Davies, BA

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: B 11 Leadership Session

Developing Nurse Leaders Creating Nurse Leaders Through a Senior Leadership/Management Immersive Learning Capstone Experience Cynthia M. Thomas, EdD, MS, BSN, ASN and Constance E. McIntosh, EdD, MBA, BSN

Fostering the Integration of the Clinical Nurse Leader Role in Japan Through a Multidisciplinary Clinical Immersion Program in the United States

Gordana Dermody, MSN, RN, CNL; Asako Katsumata, PhD, ME, BA, RN, CNL; and Shannon, K. Lizer, PhD, FNP-BC

Promoting Inclusion of Diverse Students Into Nursing Education for Leadership Development Sharon Elizabeth Metcalfe, EdD, MSN, RN

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Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: B 12 Leadership Session

Caring for the Public’s Health Integrating Population Health Into Primary Care APRN Practice to Improve the Health of the Public Pamela F. Levin, PhD, RN, APHN-BC and Susan Swider, RN, PhD, APHN-BC, FAAN

Barriers to the Development of a Public Health Initiative with a Coalition of Community and Neighborhood Resources Using Community-Based Participation Wendy S. Clark, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, CNE

Leadership in Nursing Education: The Development of a University-Based, Interprofessional, Chronic Wound Clinic Model that Provides Clinical Leadership, Evidence-Based Healthcare and Excellence in Clinical Education Eleanor S. Horton, RN, ADN, BHlthSc (Nsg), MHlthSc (Nsg),PhD

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Developing Nurse Leaders Through Service Learning Service Learning in RN to BSN Leadership Service Learning Cheryl Moseley Conway, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC

Session: B 13 Leadership Session

A Global Health Project to Engage Nursing and Elementary School Students: Developing Future Leaders Through Service Learning

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Discussing Nurses’ Attitudes and Actions

(1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: B 14 Leadership Session

Deby E. Tyndall, MSN, RN and Wendy Sullivan, MSA, BS

Attitudes of Nurses and Student Nurses toward Self-Care Kathleen Cino, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CNE

Nurse Attitudes Toward Patient Advocacy in the Long-Term Acute Care Hospital Setting Carole D. Liske, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

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Gratitude in Action

Jennifer Graber, EdD, MSN, BSN, APRN, CS, BC; Jennifer Saylor, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC; and Cynthia A. Diefenbeck, PsyD, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Role Deliniation of Nurse Scholars Creating a Culture of Clinical Inquiry: The Role of the Scholar in Residence

Ruth A. Bryant, MS, BSN, RN, CWOCN and Martin Schiavenato, PhD, MS, BSN, BS, RN

Session: B 15 Leadership Session

An Analysis of Nursing Preparation to Meet the Demands of the Largest U.S. Patient Population

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Symposium

(1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: B 16 Leadership Symposium

Kim K. Kuebler, DNP, MN, APRN, ANP-BC

Promoting Global Nursing Education Through Ongoing Engagement

Sharon R. Redding, EdD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE; Linda Rice, MS, RN, CWOCN; Qian Liu, BSN, MSN, RN; and Bingxiang Yang, BSN, MSN, RN

Enhancing Leadership in a Chinese Nursing Program Linda Rice, MS, RN, CWOCN

Being a Leader in Chinese Nursing Education Qian Liu, BSN, MSN, RN

Using Teaching and Knowledge to Improve Health of Chinese People Bingxiang Yang, BSN, MSN, RN

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: B 17 Scientific Session

Ways to Use Simulation in Nursing Education Using the Delphi Technique to Develop a Peer-Review Debriefing Instrument for Simulation Healthcare Education Jennifer Saylor, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC

The Effect of an Introductory Video on Realism in Clinical Nursing Simulation Kristy L. Oden, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, APRN, FNP-BC

The Empathy Enigma: Does It Still Exist? Comparison of Nursing Student Self-Reported Empathy with Standardized Actor and Student Peer Evaluation of Student Empathy Julia M. Ward, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

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Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: B 18 Scientific Session

Using Genetics Research to Further Practice Reductions in Symptom Severity of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is Associated With Reduced Expression of Inflammatory Genes in Service Members Hyunhwa Lee, PhD, APRN, PMHNP-BC

The Chronicle of a Nurses Journey to Translate New Science Into Practice: Genetics and Genomics Beth Harkness, BSN, RN, CPN

Lessons Learned: Recruiting and Retaining a Diverse Population in Research

Elisabeth Z. Klein, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNS, RNC-OB, RNC-LRN and Kathi C. Huddleston, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNS, CCRC (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: B 19 Scientific Session

Working with Military Backgrounds Maximizing Resources — Strengthening Community Ties: A Military Civilian Collaboration Deborah H. Chatham, DNP, RN, PHCNS-BC, CNE and Joshua W. Baker, MSN, BSN, RN

Relational Certainty: A Theoretical Framework Describing the Relationship between Military Veterans and Companion Canines Cheryl A. Krause-Parello, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN and Michael John Rice, PhD, RN, APRN-B, FAAN

The Lived Experience of Iraqi Nurses in Communities Impacted by War or Terrorist Threat Elizabeth J. Diener, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

Session: B 20 Conversations with the Candidates

Conversations with the Candidates Vice President

Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP, FAAN, USA Jenny Sauls, PhD, RN, CNE, USA

Treasurer

Jose Alejandro, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, CCM, FACHE, FAAN, USA Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, USA

Regional Chapters Coordinator Committee Chair Julie Jones, MS, RN-BC, USA Jayne Lutz, MS, RN, PHNCP-BC, CNE, USA

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Session: B 21 Special Session

Special Session Save Stan Turns Five: A Large-Scale Interprofessional Practice and Academe Innovation Practice/Academe Innovative Collaboration Award Recipient

Colette Foisy-Doll, RN, BScN, MSN, CHSE; Sharia King, PhD, MEd; Dawn Ansell, BScN, RN; and Margot Zemrau, BScN, RN The Interdisciplinary Health Education Partnership (IHEP) is an inter-institutional, interprofessional team comprised of healthcare simulation specialists and interprofessional education experts from both clinical practice and academic settings in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Over the past seven years, IHEP members have successfully developed, implemented, and evaluated multi-modal interprofessional simulations (SIMIPE) for pre-licensure learners at HELP! Save Stan Saturday (SSS). This annual IPE event offers learners a full day of interprofessional team-based scenarios focused on increasing interprofessional competence. IHEP, through the implementation of SSS, has developed capacity for SIM-IPE in faculty and clinical instructors and successfully provided pre-licensure health science students the opportunity to increase IP competence. Strong interprofessional partnerships are not simply “nice to have’, they are pivotal to the advancement of team development in nursing and other professions. Inter-institutional partnerships also promote the development of strong, collaborative communities of practice whose collective efforts have the power to shift healthcare culture for safer patient care. Future research is planned to explore point-of-care outcomes for patients and teams. HELP! Save Stan lives on!

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11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.


Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 1

Special Session How to Build a Successful Mentoring Relationship

Mary M. Wheeler, MEd, BN, RN, PCC and Michelle Cooper, MScN, BScN, RN, ACC

Session: B 22 Special Session

Mentoring is a strategy to support retention, succession planning, job satisfaction and role enhancement. It is an approach that enables individuals to engage in conversations and relationships directed at enhancing career satisfaction, professional development and ultimately practice. Mentoring offers many benefits to both mentors and mentees including improved confidence and autonomy in oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s role, increased productivity, the development of new knowledge and skills and enhanced networking and inter-professional collaboration. A successful mentoring relationship is founded on mutual trust, shared values, interests, and commitment. It is a complex process and its success is largely dependent on the care taken to build it. The quality of the relationship has a significant effect on achieving mentoring outcomes. Successful mentoring relationships require investing time to understand the why and the how of the mentoring relationship and commitment of time for ongoing focused interaction and reflection. Having a clear career goal that a mentor can help the mentee to achieve or that can be fulfilled by being a mentor is the first step in a successful mentoring relationship. Despite the significantly positive impacts and benefits that mentoring relationships can have, few know how to enter into and establish a mentoring relationship. Building a successful mentoring relationship is a learned skill that can be developed and sustained for both mentors and mentees. In 2007, the authors developed The Five Phase Mentoring Relationship Model (MRM), together with tools to support successful mentoring relationships for an inter-professional e-Mentorship program. Since then the MRM has been used extensively with individuals and organizations as a framework for informal mentorship relationships and formal mentorship programs. This presentation will describe the MRM (purpose, engagement, planning, emergence, and completion) and take participants through each of the phases answering such questions as Why do I want a mentor? How can I find a mentor? How will we work together? How can I achieve my goals? How am I doing? What are we learning? and What are my next steps?

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Chapter Leader Session

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(1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: B 23 Chapter Leader Session 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: B 24 Scientific Session

Cultivating Future Leaders

Sabrina Collins-Christie, BA, BS and Jenny Paugh Hoffman, BS Attend this session to learn how to attract and develop future leaders to your chapter through volunteer recruitment and the mentoring of interested individuals.

Utilizing Technology in Nursing Education: Pitfalls and Successes Back to the Blackboard? Personal Technology Use and Knowledge Acquisition

Patricia Frohock Hanes, PhD, MSN, MAEd, MS-DPEM, RN, CNE and Marilyn D. Klakovich, DNSc, RN, NEABC

Attitudes Toward Plagiarism in Online RN to BSN Students

Katherine E. Quartuccio, DNP, MSN/ED, BSN, RN and Cheryle G. Levitt, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Assessing Outcomes of Learning in Virtual Learning Environments: Scoping Review Rebecca Sisk, PhD, RN, CNE and Dee McGonigle, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: B 25 Scientific Session

Women Affected With Cancer: Research and Practice The Related Factors of Receiving Pap Tests Among Immigrant Women of Vietnamese Origin in Taiwan

Hsiu-Hung Wang, PhD, RN, FAAN; Fang-Hsin Lee, RN; Hsiu-Min Tsai, PhD, RN; and Lin Miaoling, RN, MSA

Engaging the Community to Deliver Educational Programming for Young Breast Cancer Survivors

Timiya S. Nolan, MSN, CRNP, ANP-BC; Silvia Gisiger Camata, MPH, RN; and Karen Meneses, PhD, FAAN, RN

Descriptive Study of Cognitive Disturbances in Older Breast Cancer Survivors Melissa A. Craft, PhD, MS (Nsg), BSN, APRN, RN, AOCN

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Sunday Schedule 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: B 26 Scientific Session

Expanding Your Thinking: Revamping Curriculum and Cultural Interactions Lessons Learned: Nursing School Faculty Revamp Program Curriculum to Promote Student Engagement and Systematic, Effective Validation of Student Competence Throughout the Curriculum Cindy Ford, PhD, RN, CNE; Victoria Thornley, MSN, RN, CNE; and Alicia Anger, MSN, RN

A Toilet or a Mobile Phone?: Exploring Interactions and Choices That Influence the Health of Mothers in Kenya Using Structural Equation Modeling Sarah E. Oerther, MSN, MEd, BSN, RN

Responding to the Research: Culture Care for a Migrant Dominican Community in the Northeastern United States Constance Sobon Sensor, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CTN-A (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: B 27 Scientific Session

Promoting Satisfaction and Civility Within Nursing Faculty Incivility in the Workplace: Implications for Nursing Education

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11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Kimberly Ann Balko, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Workplace Stress/Role Strain, Empowerment, and Faculty-to-Faculty Incivility Among Nursing Educators: A Mediation Analysis Deborah Dayus, RN, BA, BScN, MSc

The Effect of a Formal Mentoring Program on Career Satisfaction and Intent to Stay in the Faculty Role for Novice Nurse Faculty Bette A. Mariani, PhD, RN and Stephanie M. Jeffers, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: B 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Integrative Strategies to Address Junior Student Stress and Self-Directed Learning in an Active Learning Environment

Susan C. Mills, PhD, RN; G. Jean Klein, PhD, PMHCNS, BC; Anne Marie Krouse, PhD, MSN, MBA, BSN, RNBC; Rose R. Schwartz, PhD, RN, BC-CNS; and G. Jean Klein, PhD, PMHCNS, BC

Integrative Strategies to Help Students Lower Their Anixety G. Jean Klein, PhD, PMHCNS, BC

Addressing Student Stress and Preparation for Upper Division Nursing Courses Susan C. Mills, PhD, RN and Anne Marie Krouse, PhD, MSN, MBA, BSN, RN-BC

Stress: Impact on Classroom Engagement and Self-Directed Learning Rose R. Schwartz, PhD, RN, BC-CNS and G. Jean Klein, PhD, PMHCNS, BC

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215) Level 3, Starvine 10

Session: B 29 Special Session

Special Session Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing (GAPFON): Recommendations, Strategies, and Outcomes Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN and Cathy Catrambone, PhD, RN, FAAN

The purpose of The Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing (GAPFON) is to advance nursing’s voice and vision in the context of global health by engaging nurses to lead the formation of health and social policy. This purpose resonates with STTI’s mission to advance world health and to celebrate nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. To lead local, regional, and global change effectively, nurses must be recognized for their knowledge and expertise by key global organizations and governments. As a global initiative, GAPFON will invite thought leaders who can influence change, including ministers of health, chief nurses, regulatory bodies, nursing associations, and educational institutions to participate in global regional meetings. Examples of stakeholders include STTI, ICN, WHO, and the UN. These meetings will serve as a catalyst to stimulate collaboration towards refining nursing education and curriculum development, advancing positive global health strategies, strengthening nursing, and enhancing health outcomes worldwide. Recommendations are expected to address leadership, education, policy, workforce, work environment, MDG’s/SDG’s, and NCD’s. During this presentation GAPFON’s purpose will be discussed, as will the initial outcomes and recommendations from the global meetings held to date in the Middle East, Pacific Rim, Caribbean, and Latin/Central America. Strategic action plans based on measurable outcomes will be discussed and recommendations developed regarding the process of consensus building among all stakeholders to identify key issues by region from a cultural and political perspective.

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Sunday Schedule 11:00a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Poster Viewing Session 1B

(1100-1215) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 128-137. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 126-127.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters Sponsored by Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing

Showcase of Magnet® Hospital Research Peer-Reviewed Posters

12:30-1:45 p.m. S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

(1230-1345) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Tribute Awards Event This is a ticketed event.

Evidence-Based Practice Award

Award presentation sponsored by American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Research Awards

Award presentations sponsored by Psi-at-Large Chapter at Pacific Lutheran University, Seattle Pacific University, and University of Washington

Best of Publication Awards Capstone International Nursing Book Award Technology Awards Media Awards Helen Henry Excellence of Care Award Daniel J. Pesut Spirit of Renewal Award Virginia K. Saba Nursing Informatics Leadership Award Practice/Academe Innovative Collaboration Award Amy J. Berman Geriatric Nursing Leadership Award Clinical Partnership Awards Hester C. Klopper Global Health Award

1:45-2:45 p.m.

(1345-1445) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

2:00-5:00 p.m.

(1400-1700) Level 3, Starvine 12

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Exhibit Hall Open Dessert and coffee served

STTI Snap Sessions 1:45-2:15 p.m. (1345-1415) - Navigating the All Chapter Officers Workgroup 2:15-2:45 p.m. (1415-1445) - Henderson Repository Submission Demo

STTI Career Center Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This Career Center provides nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located oustide Starvine 11 on Level 3 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited, sign-up will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Sunday Schedule 2:45-3:45 p.m.

(1445-1545) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

3:45-4:15 p.m.

(1545-1615) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

4:00-5:00 p.m.

(1600-1700) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

International Induction Ceremony Witness the induction of nurses from around the world, including honorary members. This event is open to all convention attendees.

Induction Reception Welcome STTI’s new members at a reception immediately following the International Induction Ceremony.

Author Book Signings Meet the following STTI authors:

Angela Frederick Amar, PhD, RN, FAAN A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

Jane Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN Person and Family Centered Care Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, RN, MBA, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP Nursing Without Borders: Values, Wisdom, Success Markers Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN Person and Family Centered Care Dorothy A. Jones, EdD, RN, FAAN, FNI Fostering Nurse-Led Care and Fostering a Research-Intensive Organization Teddie M. Potter, PhD, RN Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships: A New Framework for Nursing and Partnership-Based Health Care Nancy Rollins Gantz, MSN, RN, PhD, MBA, NE-BC, MRCNA 101 Global Leadership Lessons for Nurses L. Kathleen Sekula, PhD, APRN, FAAN A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing Mary K. Walton, MSN, MBE, RN Person and Family Centered Care Sharon M. Weinstein, MS, RN, CRNI, FAAN B is for Balance: 12 Steps Toward a More Balanced Life at Home and at Work (Second Edition) and Nursing Without Borders: Values, Wisdom, Success Markers

Concurrent Sessions C 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Session: C 01 Clinical Session

Clinical Education Strategies Mastering Clinical Dilemmas: A Newly Licensed RN Clinical Management Best Practice Diana Halfer, MSN, RN, NEA-BC

A Process for Nurse Practitioner Students to Find Preceptors and Clinical Sites

Maria A. Lofgren, DNP, MSN, BSN, ARNP, RN, NNP-BC, CPNP and Lou Ann Montgomery, PhD, RN

It’s a Matter of Time: Formative Feedback in Online Learning Environments Deborah L. Sikes, MSN, RN ,CNE

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: C 02 Clinical Session

Teaching and Learning in a Virtual Environment Using Multi-User Virtual Environments (MUVE) in Nursing Education Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

College of Nursing Response to the Ebola Education Crisis: The Need for a Safe, Interactive, Clinical Education Strategy Linda Carl, EdD, MSN, BSN, BGS, RN and Dee McGonigle, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF

An Interprofessional Web-Based Approach to Critical Care Education: Development and Financial Impact

Linda K. Heitman, PhD, RN, APRN-ACNS, BC; Amy L. Essner, BSN, RN, CCRN; Lisa M. Job, MSN, RN, APRN, ACNS, BC; and Ronald N. Kiplinger, BS, RRT

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: C 03 Clinical Session

Enhancing Clinical Education Evaluating and Developing Supplemental Clinical Faculty Competency

Jennifer Titzer, DNP, RN; Gina L. Schaar, DNP, MSN, RN; Constance F. Swenty, DNP, MSN, RN; and Marilyn Ostendorf, DNP, MSN, RN

Strategies for Developing Expert Clinicians Into Clinical Faculty: Lessons Learned From a Hybrid Faculty Academy Experience

Lisa A. Seldomridge, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Tina P. Brown Reid, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN; Katherine A. Hinderer, PhD, RN, CCRN, CNE; and Judith M. Jarosinski, PhD, RN, CNE

Creating Caring Learning Environment Practice Partnerships (CLEPPs)

Ruby A. Wertz, MSHA, BSN, RN; Neal S. Rosenburg, PhD, MSN, BSN, BA (Hons), RN; Susan C. Adamek, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE; and Kimberly Falco, DNP, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

Session: C 04 Clinical Session

Improving Clinical Teaching Methods One School’s Journey Through High Fidelity Simulation Curriculum Integration Ludy Llasus, PhD, RN, APRN, NP-C, AACN, LANP Fellow

A Collaborative Project to Improve Associate Degree Nursing Students’ Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes About Quality Improvement

Rebekah Powers, DNP, RN-BC, CMSRN, CSPHA; Laurie Brannigan, MSN, RN; and Christina Ramdeo, MSN, RN, CNOR, CHTS-CP

An Adapted Clinical Teaching Model: Shifting From Traditional to Targeted Sheila Epp, MN, BSN, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

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Session: C 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium CONNECTS: Capacity Optimized Neural Network Extending Clinical, Theory, and Skills Kathleen Williamson, PhD, MSN, RN; Melody Chandler, MSN, RN; and Robin Lockhart, MSN, RN

CONNECTS: Building Capacity for Building Skills Kathleen Williamson, PhD, MSN, RN

CONNECTS: Simulation as an Instrument Melody Chandler, MSN, RN

CONNECTS: Making the Connection Robin Lockhart, MSN, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: C 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Measuring Student Educational Outcomes Comparing Grade Point Averages and Standardized Test Scores as Predictors of Successful Completion of Undergraduate Baccalaureate Programs Peggy (Margaret) Hernandez, MSN, EdD, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, CNE

Does the Use of Case Studies Impact Scores on Specialty Exams for Undergraduate Nursing Students? Claudine Dufrene, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN-BC, GNP-BC; Pamela J. Hodges, PhD, MSN, RN; and Kelly Vandenberg, PhD, MSN, RN

Student Satisfaction to a Multimedia Approach to Engaged Learning

Linda Eileen Wolf, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNS, CNE; Pamela K. Rutar, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; and Cheryl Delgado, PhD, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: C 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Promoting Health Through Evidence Evidence-Based Nursing Implementation: An Impact Study of a Short Formative Intervention in Northern Portugal Rui Pereira, MSc, BSN, RN, CNHS

Health Risks for Nurses Working Night Shift Robie Victoria Hughes, DSN, RN, CNS

Interprofessional Evidence-Based Solution for Alcohol Screening Using Technology Kathryn Puskar, DrPH, MN, MPH, FAAN

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: C 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Applying Theories and Frameworks to Impact Care Developing a Framework and Inventory of Instruments to Measure Team-Based Primary Care Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP, FAAN

Applying Caring Theory Guided Leadership to Inspire and Improve Quality Marlienne Goldin, MPA, BSN, AAS, RN, CNML

Aristotelian Philosophy of the Human Person, the Theory and Conceptual Framework of Imogene King Expanded to a Global Perspective Beverly J. Whelton, MSN, MA, PhD, RN

(1600-1715) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: C 09 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Symposium Practices of Reflective Leaders

Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Patricia K. Young, PhD, RN; and Karen Pardue, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CNE, ANEF

Practices of Reflective Leaders: Being Thrust Into Leadership Patricia K. Young, PhD, RN

Practices of Reflective Leaders: Taking Risks Karen Pardue, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CNE, ANEF

Practices of Reflective Leaders: Facing Challenges and Advancing Reform Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, ANEF, FAAN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: C 10 Leadership Session

Are There Plans for the Nursing Workforce? Fostering Workforce Development Through Meaningful Experiences: Pathways to a Nursing Degree Program Erin M. Robinson, EdD, MSN, RN; Catherine G. Tagher, EdD, MSN, RN, APRN; Julie Hart, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; Adele DiMinno, MSN, BSN, BSW, RN; and Marilyn Schleyer, PhD, ARNP

Understanding Burnout Among Oncology Nurse Practitioners Barbara B. Pieper, PhD, MN, BS, RN

Transformational Leadership and Intent to Stay: Moving Research Into Nurse Leadersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Practice Christine T. Kovner, PhD, RN, FAAN and Carol S. Brewer, PhD, RN, FAAN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: C 11 Leadership Session

Developing Online Nursing Education Aligning Outcomes, Assignments, and Assessment in Designing an Effective Online Program Melissa Ann Popovich, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Fostering Retention: A Success in Transitioning an RN-BSN Program to Online Delivery Cynthia Rubenstein, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CPNP-PC and Nena Powell, PhD, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN

Collaboration Between Faculty, Instructional Design, and Technology Services in Development of a Course Template for Online Learning Environments Denise K. Gormley, PhD, RN and Matthew C. Rota, MA

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: C 12 Leadership Session

Developing Nursing Leaders Essence-Driven Leadership: Illuminating the Lived Experiences of Chief Nursing Officers Kathleen Flores Eviza, MSN, RN

Authentic Work Experiences of Chief Nursing Officers: A Phenomenological Inquiry Charlene M. Ingwell-Spolan, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Voice Behavior of Clinical Nurses and Leadership Behavior: Finding the Connection

Gina D. Aranzamendez, PhD, RN-BC; Robin Toms, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, NEA-BC; Rae W. Langford, EdD, MS, BS, RN; Lene Symes, PhD, RN; and Debora Simmons, PhD, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: C 13 Leadership Session

Exploring Strategies to Promote Leadership Growth Could Critical Thinking Help Create Nurse Managers Who are Transformational Leaders? Susan Zori, DNP, MA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC

The Role of Ethnic Nursing Organizations in Developing Future Nurse Leaders Maria Matza, PhD, RN, PHN and Maryanne Garon, DNSc, MSN, RN, PHN

The Role of Coaching in the Development of Nurse Managers Liz Westcott, MSc, RN, RNT

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: C 14 Leadership Session

Nursing Education Leadership Competencies Nurse Educator Leadership Competencies: Instrument Development and Testing

Barbara J. Patterson, PhD, RN, ANEF; Anne Marie Krouse, PhD, MSN, MBA, BSN, RN-BC; Karen H. Morin, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; and Mohammed Almaskari, MSN, RN

Preferred Educational Methods of RNs With More Than Ten Years of Inactive Patient Care Annette A. Cannon, PhD, MA, MSN, RN

Informatics Competencies: Transition From Classroom to Bedside

Katherine A. Kelly, BSN, MSN, DNP, RN, FNP-C and Kathleen M. Guiney, MN, MS, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: C 15 Leadership Symposium

Symposium RNs in Transition: From Concept to Practice

Jean S. Shinners, PhD, RN-BC; Larissa Africa, MBA, BSN, RN; and Tammy Franqueiro, BS, BSN, RN, RN-BC

Residency Foundations: Organizational Support and Enculturation Larissa Africa, MBA, BSN, RN

Residency Development, Design, and Implementation Tammy Franqueiro, BS, BSN, RN, RN-BC

Residency Sustainability: Professional Development and Program Outcomes Jean S. Shinners, PhD, RN-BC

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: C 16 Scientific Session

The Psychological Impact of Nursing and Nursing Care Amputees’ Perceptions of What Nurses Should Know about Mirror Interventions

Wyona M. Freysteinson, PhD, MN; Lisa W. Thomas, MS, BSN, RN, CRRN, APRN, CNS; and Amy L. Sebastian-Deutsch, DNP, MSN, BSN, APRN, CNS, AOCNS

Career Choice and Longevity in U.S. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

Cynthia A. Diefenbeck, PsyD, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC and Robbi K. Alexander, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC

The Concept of Self-Stigma: A Clinical Investigation

Linda Carman Copel, PhD, MSN, MSMFT, BSN, RN, PMHCNS, BC, CNE, ANEF, NCC, FAPA and Khamis AlMamari, MSN, RN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: C 17 Scientific Session

The Aftermath of Operative Procedures: Research Pertaining to Operative Outcomes Realities of Post-Operative Pain Management in Ghana: Evidence from Method and Participant Triangulation Lydia Aziato, PhD, MPhil, BA, RN, FWACN, ONDEC

An Exploration of the Incidence of and Risk Factors for Unplanned Perioperative Hypothermia (UPH) in the Ambulatory Surgical Patient Vallire D. Hooper, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CPAN, FAAN

Examining the Use of the Transdermal Scopolamine Patch in the Prevention of Postdischarge Nausea and/or Vomiting: A Secondary Analysis James I. Masiongale, DNP, CRNA; Jane Garvin, PhD, RN; Marguerite J. Murphy, DNP, RN; and Stephen W. Looney, PhD

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: C 18 Scientific Session

Effects of Toxic People The Lived Experience of Incivility in Nursing Classrooms Elizabeth J. Diener, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Helping Men Rebuild Their Sense of Self Following Workplace Bullying Judith A. MacIntosh, BN, MScN, PhD, RN

“Know What Battle to Fight and How to Fight It”: Navigating the Cultural Terrain of Healthcare Josephine B. Etowa, RN, PhD

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: C 19 Scientific Session

Implications and Innovations in Childhood Obesity NAHN Miami Chapter Presents Muevete on Cinco de Mayo Day to Reduce Obesity in Children of Migrant Workers Patricia R. Messmer, PhD, MSN, MA, BSN, RN-BC, FAAN; Yolanda Nitti, MSN, RN; Giannina Santos, DNP, MSN, ARNP; and Yamina Alvarez, DNP, RN

Parenting Practices and Children’s Physical Activity Amy M. Hutchens, MS, RN, CNE

Obesity-Related Behaviors of Korean Female Adolescents in Their Classroom-Based Peer Networks Sophia Chung, MSN, RN (1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

Conversations with the Candidates Directors

Session: C 20 Conversations with the Candidates

Sandra Bibb, DNSc, RN, FAAN, USA Deborah Chapa, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP, USA Thóra Hafsteindóttir, PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, The Netherlands Kathleen LaSala, PhD, RN, PNP, CNE, USA Claudia Lai, PhD, RN, Hong Kong Elizabeth Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipNEd, DipRM, RN, RNT, United Kingdom

4:00-5:15 p.m.

Special Session

(1600-1715) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Session: C 21 Special Session

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

4:00-5:15 p.m.

Innovation: The Bridge of Industry and Research to Advance Professional Nursing Scholarship Virginia K. Saba Nursing Informatics Leadership Award Recipient

Roy L. Simpson, DNP, RN, DPNAP, FAAN This presentation will focus on the understanding of the industry of informatics plays in the advancement of innovation. It will describe some of the characteristics that align industry partnerships to advance nurse scholarship through business principles and knowledge. Technology competencies are not just a part of Chief Nurse Executives (CNEs) responsibilities; this understanding and its related skills are critical to CNEs. institutional and organizational leadership. While a thorough understanding of technology’s impact on patient care remains the responsibility of nurse informaticians, CNEs will need to possess a broad, working knowledge of IT to safeguard patient care outcomes. CNEs may need more sophisticated technology-related expertise if they are to harness the power of computing to demonstrate the quality- and financially-related advantages that nursing brings to patient care. Given the critical nature of nursing input to the purchase, design, and utilization of systems, baseline information about needed nurse executive competencies could inform educators and professional organizations about the needs for nurse executive education in the IT and nursing informatics arena. Dr. Simpson is Vice President of Nursing for Cerner Corporation. He is responsible for strategic sales, planning the patient care enterprise and industry relations related to professional nurse practice. With more than 600 published articles and presentations on nursing informatics and professional issues to his credit, he is an internationally known speaker with 35+ years’ experience and a contributor to numerous professional publications and editorial boards, including Nursing Forum, Applied Nursing Research, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, American Nurse Today and a columnist for technology journals. Dr. Simpson was a pioneer in the development and funding of the Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS) along with sentinel research directing core competencies for executives leading with information technology. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, New York Academy of Medicine and National Academies of Practice. He has held and holds various Board and trustee appointments along with board alignment with Regents College, Excelsior University, MyMedEd, public and private corporations. Simpson and his colleagues initiated a world-class faculty for an online nursing administration and nursing informatics master’s program in the 1990’s. He is currently employed with Cerner Corporation in partnership with Emory University’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing’s new Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Dr. Simpson provides consultation in the Health Systems Leadership Track, a unique corporate global program preparing DNP students for executive health leadership.

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 1

Session: C 22 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Million Hearts®: The Bridge between Academia, Practice, and Community

Kate E. Gawlik, MS, RN, ANP; Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; and Margaret C. Graham, PhD, FNP, PNP, FAANP, FAAN

Million Hearts®: An Evidence-Based Method for Improving Population Health Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN

30,000 People: What We Have Learned About Population Health Kate E. Gawlik, MS, RN, ANP

Advancing Million Hearts® Through Community Partnerships and Outreach Margaret C. Graham, PhD, FNP, PNP, FAANP, FAAN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: C 23 Chapter Leader Session 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: C 24 Scientific Session

Chapter Leader Session Creating a Unified Board

Jessica Wendorf, BS, CAE, CNP and Katherine Rogers, BA Attendees will discuss how to set expectations, manage conflict, and build relationships with board members, while also learning how to effectively communicate as a team.

Noting Cultural Differences in the Arena of Mental Health The Self-Esteem and Depressive Symptom of Young North Korean Refugees (NKRs) Living in South Korea: Comparative Study Jumin Park, MSN, RN; Jin-Won Noh, PhD MA, MBA, MPH, USCPA; Young Dae Kwon, PhD, MD; and Hyunchun Park, MA

Mental Health Treatment and Media Preferences for Persons of Mexican Heritage Tanya Renee’ Sorrell, PhD, MSN, MS, BS, RN, PMHNP-BC

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

The Experiences of Low Income Non-Resident African-American Fathers with Parenting and Depressive Symptoms Omolara Fyle-Thorpe, BSN, MSN, RN, FNP-BC

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: C 25 Scientific Session

Nursing Outcomes Based on Data Reducing Device-Related Pressure Ulcers: Leveraging Data and Innovation to Improve Adult/ Pediatrics Outcomes Peggy Kalowes, PhD, RN, CNS, FAHA; Raquel Paige, MSN, RN, CPN, CRRN; and Valerie Messina, BSN, RN, CWCN

Empirical Outcomes: An Autograph for Our Nursing Care

Pamela Petto, MEdHRD, BSN, RN; Tangee Pruitt, MHSA; and Renee Roberts-Turner, MSN, DHA, RN, NEBC, CPHQ

Nurse-Patient Assignments: Moving Beyond Nurse-Patient Ratios for Better Patient, Staff, and Organizational Outcomes Stephanie B. Allen, PhD, MSN, MS, BSN, ASN, RN, NE-BC

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: C 26 Scientific Session

Innovations in Healthcare Practices Safe Zone Implementation in Contact Isolation Rooms: Can the Simplicity of Duct Tape Improve the Patient Experience?

Danell M. Stengem, MSN, RN-BC, CNL; Patricia Newcomb, PhD, RN, CPNP; and Joe Hafley, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNL

Towards Fair Patient Care: An Evaluation of Perceived Quality of Care Between Insured and Uninsured Patients in Ghana’s Hospitals Aaron Asibi Abuosi, BA (Nsg/Psych), MBA, RN

Elements Needed for Innovation Sustainability: An Investigation of Rapid Response Teams Deonni P. Stolldorf, PhD, RN

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: C 27 Scientific Session

Effects of HIV/AIDS Around the World HIV-Related Stigma and Self-Care Among Young People Living with HIV in Thailand Benjamas Suksatit, PhD, RN, APN and Warunee Fongkaew, PhD, RN

Nurses’ Involvement in HIV Policy Formulation in Nigerian Health Care System

Ekaete Francis Asuquo, MNSc, BNSc, RN, RM, RPN and Josphine Bassey Etowa, BNSc, PhD, RN, RM

A Persistent Problem in America’s Paradise: Examination of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the United States Virgin Islands Safiya George Dalmida, PhD, APRN-BC

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: C 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Meeting Family Needs at the Bedside and Across the Continuum: Theory, Research, Response Anita J. Catlin, DNSc, FNP, FAAN, RN; Jeanine M. Carr, PhD, RN; and Barbara Lutz, PhD, MSN, MS, BSN, RN, CRRN, APHN-BC, FAHA, FNAP, FAAN

Use of Art, Interview, and Survey to Assess Family Needs at the Bedside of Hospitalized Oncology Patients in Acute Care and at the Bedside of Hospitalized Stroke Patients in a Rehabilitation Hospital Anita J. Catlin, DNSc, FNP, FAAN, RN

Theoretical Perspective on Families at the Bedside Jeanine M. Carr, PhD, RN

Meeting Family Needs at the Bedside and Across the Continuum: Theory, Research, Response Anita J. Catlin, DNSc, FNP, FAAN, RN

Assessing and Addressing the Needs of Stroke Survivors and Family Caregivers Across the Care Continuum Barbara Lutz, PhD, MSN, MS, BSN, RN, CRRN, APHN-BC, FAHA, FNAP, FAAN

4:00-5:15 p.m.

(1600-1715) Level 3, Starvine 10

Session: C 29 Special Session

Special Session Developing Nursing Education Leaders Through Intentional Behavior Change and Expanded Scope of Influence Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Deborah Cleeter, EdD, MSN, RN; Trisha Leann Horsley, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE; Elaine C. Hardy, PhD, RN; Jennifer L. Embree, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, NE-BC, CCNS; and Laura C. Dzurec, PhD, MS, BS, RN, PMHCNSBC, ANEF The Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (NFLA) is a 20-month personal leadership development experience that engages junior faculty and leaders of their home academic institutions. The experiential nature of the NFLA requires intentionality and commitment from all members of the academy community. The NFLA is designed to facilitate personal leadership development; foster academic career success; promote nurse faculty retention and satisfaction; and cultivate high performing, supportive work environments in academe. A rigorous international leadership development experience, the NFLA is constructed on a behavioral philosophy of leadership development that is integrated throughout all curricular and relational components of the academy. The NFLA employs a triad mentoring structure as the foundation for Scholars’ learning milieu. Each triad is composed of an experienced Leadership Mentor, an academy Faculty Advisor, and a Scholar participant. Throughout the academy the triad meets regularly to implement the application of curricular activities, to guide reflective exercises, and to provide a framework for the leadership development process. The Kouzes-Posner ‘Leadership Challenge’ model serves as a behavioral practice framework for the leadership development curriculum. Three domains form the basis of the experience: individual leadership development, advancing nursing education through leadership of team projects, and the Scholars’ expanded scope of influence within their sponsoring academic institutions, the community, and the profession. The structure of the academy includes two immersion leadership development workshops, two in-person Site Visits, and monthly Scholar Community Conference Calls. In addition, triads meet regularly by phone or videoconference for guided advisory conversations. The NFLA leadership development philosophy, history of the academy design, curricular elements and composition, mentoring roles and responsibilities, and the impact of the academy on the future of leadership in nursing education will be described by current faculty. As aspiring leaders, three Scholars from the current cohort will present their leadership development experiences through storytelling and discussion of outcomes from the three domains.

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Sunday Schedule 4:00-5:15 p.m.

Poster Viewing Session 1C

(1600-1715) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 128-137. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 126-127.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Geriatric Nursing Leaderhsip Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters Sponsored by Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing

Showcase of Magnet速 Hospital Research Peer-Reviewed Posters

5:30-6:00 p.m.

Poster Session 1 Removal

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

(1730-1800) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 128-137. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 126-127.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Chamberlain College of Nursing

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters Presented in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation

Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters Sponsored by Phi Pi Chapter of Chamberlain College of Nursing

Showcase of Magnet速 Hospital Research Peer-Reviewed Posters

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Sunday Schedule (1730-1830)

Attendees are invited to participate in their appropriate regional meeting to meet other members and learn about what is going on in their region. The second part of each regional meeting is a candidate forum where candidates discuss their ideas for the role of regional coordinator.

Special Announcement Due to regional realignments and the creation of the Middle East Region, the following chapter’s delegates will start in the Asia meeting, from 5:30-6:00 p.m. (1730-1800). At 6:00 p.m. (1800), delegates will relocate to their new region’s meeting room as indicated below: • Rho Delta Chapter - Middle East Region • Chi Delta Chapter - Europe Region • Chi Iota Chapter - Middle East Region

6:00-9:00 p.m. (1800-2100)

Regional Coordinator Candidate Forums and Regional Meetings Africa Global Region

Level 1, Bluethorn 1

This region includes: Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania

Asia Global Region

Level 1, Bluethorn 2

This region includes: Armenia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand

Europe Global Region

Level 1, Bluethorn 3

This region includes: England, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Wales

Latin America/ Caribbean Global Region

Level 1, Bluethorn 4

This region includes: Brazil, Colombia, Mexico

Middle East Global Region

Level, 1 Bluethorn 5

(This meeting runs 1800 to 1830)

Oceania Global Region

Level 1, Bluethorn 6

This region includes: Australia

S U N D AY S C H E D U L E

5:30-6:30 p.m.

North America Global Region This region includes the following: Region 1

Level 1, Bluethorn 7

This region includes: Canadian Provinces - British Columbia, Alberta; United States - Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Northern California, Oregon, Washington

Region 2

Level 1, Bluethorn 8

This region includes: United States - Arizona, New Mexico, Southern California, Western Texas

Region 3

Level 1, Bluethorn 9

This region includes: United States - Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah, Western Iowa, Wyoming

Region 4

Level 2, Copperleaf 9

This region includes: Canadian Province - Manitoba; United States - Eastern Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin

Region 5

Level 2, Copperleaf 11

This region includes: United States - Illinois, Missouri

Region 6

Level 2, Copperleaf 10

This region includes: United States - Arkansas, Eastern Texas, Louisiana

Region 7

Level 2, Copperleaf 12

This region includes: Commonwealth - Puerto Rico; United States - Florida, Georgia, South Carolina

Region 8

Level 2, Copperleaf 1

This region includes: United States - Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee

Region 9

Level 2, Copperleaf 2

This region includes: United States - Indiana, Kentucky, Southern Ohio

Region 10

Level 2, Copperleaf 3

This region includes: Canadian Province - Ontario; United States Michigan, Northern Ohio

Region 11

Level 2, Copperleaf 4

This region includes: United States - Western Pennsylvania, Western New York

Region 12

Level 2, Copperleaf 5

This region includes: United States - Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C.

Region 13

Level 2, Copperleaf 6

This region includes: United States - North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia

Region 14

Level 2, Copperleaf 7

This region includes: United States - Eastern New York, New Jersey

Region 15

Level 2, Copperleaf 8

This region includes: Canadian Province - Nova Scotia; United States - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Tip of New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Heritage Society Reception and Dinner Sponsored by Markey’s Audio Visual, Inc. with support from Hall, Render, Killian & Lyman PC; Printing Partners; and Keith Steiner, UBS Institutional Consulting By invitation only

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Lienhard School of Nursing in the College of Health Professions at Pace University is a proud conference sponsor. We have new leadership opportunities; to learn more, attend a reception hosted by our faculty, and visit www.pace.edu/lienhard/jobs.


Congratulations on Receiving the 2015 Marie Hippensteel Lingeman Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice

Dr. Judith Haber, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN

Dean Eileen M. Sullivan-Marx, NYU College of Nursing & The Sigma Theta Tau Upsilon Chapter

Congratulations on Receiving the 2015 Evidence-Based Practice Award

Dr. Rona Levin, PhD, RN

Dean Eileen M. Sullivan-Marx, NYU College of Nursing & The Sigma Theta Tau Upsilon Chapter


Congratulations Purdue University Calumet College of Nursing! Programs

BSN Online RN-BSN FNP and AG CNS MS Online DNP Traditional

  Samuel Merritt University (SMU), located in Oakland, California, has been educating health science practitioners who are committed to making a positive difference in diverse communities since 1909. Nearly 1,500 students are enrolled at SMU, with campuses in Oakland, Sacramento, and the San Francisco Peninsula. The University offers an undergraduate degree in nursing; master's degrees in nursing, occupational therapy, and physician assistant; and doctoral degrees in nursing, physical therapy and podiatric medicine. The University welcomes applications for the following positions: Accelerated BSN Program Chair  Managing Director, San Francisco Peninsula Campus  Full Time Didactic and Clinical Faculty  Adjunct Instructors. Please see our website (www.samuelmerritt.edu/human_resources/employment) for additional information or contact our Human Resources Recruiter at rwallace@samuelmerritt.edu / 510-869-6511 x5757. Adjunct online teaching opportunities are also available in our Doctor of Nursing Practice and Family Nurse Practitioner graduate degree programs. For additional information, please see our website (http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/programs/online) or you may submit your CV to: mhampton@samuelmerritt.edu (DNP), or rramirez@samuelmerritt.edu (FNP). The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. 3100 Telegraph Avenue  Oakland  CA  94609  (510) 869-6511


Monday Schedule Monday, 9 November 2015 6:00-7:00 a.m.

(0600-0700) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

7:00-8:30 a.m.

Fitness for Research Sponsored by WithMax, Inc.

5:45 a.m. (0545) - Check-in time 6:00 a.m. (0600) - Activity Begins

Poster Session 2 Setup

(0700-0830) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

M O N D AY S C H E D U L E

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Registration

7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Delegate Certification

(0700-1700) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer (0700-1700) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

(0730-1700) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (0800-1600) Level 3, Starvine 11

8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

(0800-1600) Level 3, Outside Starvine 11

Delegates must be certified prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. You will line up by chapter name.

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts.

Speaker Ready Room Oral presenters using PowerPoint may view their preloaded presentations on the comptuers available. Changes cannot be made to the presentations.

Presenter/Moderator Check-In Moderators, please sign in to pick up moderator packet. All presenters (poster, oral, and symposia) are required to sign in. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for CNE contact hours.

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Candidate Poster Display Viewing

8:30-9:45 a.m.

Plenary Session 3

(0800-1700) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (0830-0945) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Sponsored by Chamberlain College of Nursing

Sigma Theta Tau International Global Nursing Research Grant In the Quest for Excellence: The Role of Nurse Leaders in the Post-MDG Era Professor Sheila Tlou, Director RST for Eastern and Southern Africa, UNAIDS

This presentation will identify the global context in which nursing exists and discuss aspects of nursing leadership in the post-2015 era. Dr. Tlou will share reflections on her personal pursuit for excellence and leadership and how she has used those lessons to inspire leadership in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

9:45-11:00 a.m.

(0945-1100) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

Exhibit Hall Open Coffee Break Service

STTI Snap Sessions 9:45-10:15 a.m. (0945-1015) - Ignite Your Chapterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s SPARK! 10:15-11:00 a.m. (1015-1100) - Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education

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Monday Schedule 9:30-10:30 a.m.

(0930-1030) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

Author Book Signings Meet the following STTI authors:

Dennis J. Cheek, PhD, RN, FAHA Mastering Pharmacogenomics: A Nurse’s Handbook for Success Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, RN, PMHCNS, FAAN, ANEF Reflective Practice: Transforming Education and Improving Outcomes and Reflective Organizations: On the Front Lines of QSEN & Reflective Practice Implementation Kathy Malloch, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN The Career Handoff: A Healthcare Leader’s Guide to Knowledge & Wisdom Transfer Across Generations Karen Roush, PhD, APN A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Your Dissertation or Capstone Gwen D. Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF Reflective Practice: Transforming Education and Improving Outcomes and Reflective Organizations: On the Front Lines of QSEN & Reflective Practice Implementation

CONCURRENT SESSIONS D 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

M O N D AY S C H E D U L E

Session: D 01 Clinical Session

The Use of Simulation in Nursing Education Teaching the Nursing Process Through the Use of Simulation in the Lecture Hall Nola Schrum, MS, RN, CCRN and Deborah A. Tapler, PhD, RN, CNE

A Poverty Simulation for Heath Care Professions Students Lori I. Kidd, PhD, RN, CNS and Sheri Hartman, MSN, RN, CPNP

Unfolding Case Study Using Human Patient Simulation in an Advanced Practice Nursing Program Linda A. Mason Barber, PhD, MS, BSN, APRN, ANP-C

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: D 02 Clinical Session

Discussions of Quality of Life in Critically Ill Patients Factors Predicting Quality of Life of Thai Patients With End-Stage Renal Disease Depending on Hemodialysis Geneva Chonpimai, MS and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer: Quality of Life and Perception of Dyspnea Barbara A. Roces, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, NP

Determinants of Quality of Life Among Congestive Heart Failure Persons Aporn Deenan, PhD, MSc, BHe, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: D 03 Clinical Session

Preventing Disease Through Promoting Healthy Food Choices in Children Adolescent Food Choices: A Two City Comparison Cape Town and the Bronx Eleanor T. Campbell, EdD, MEd, MA, BS, RN and Natasha Nurse, RN, CNS

Patterns of Body Mass Trajectory Among Japanese Children and Impacts of Life Style Factors During Childhood Chiyori Haga, PhD, RN, PHN and Yoko Aihara, PhD, RN, PHN

Keeping the Child With Food Allergies Safe at School Scarlet R. Spain, DNP, CNS, FNP-BC

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Monday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

Session: D 04 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Practice and Academics Partnering to Improve Patient and Student Outcomes

Dana Tschannen, PhD, RN; Leah Shever, PhD, RN; Mary Lynn Parker, MS, RN; Jole’ L. Mowry, MS, BSN, ADN, RN; Ann K. Gosselin, DNP, RN; Inga Vitins, BSN, RN; Julie Grunawalt, MS, RN, GCNS-BC; Winnie Wood, MSN, RN, CNS; and Sandra Kendziora, BSN, RN

Exemplar Unit Initiative Framework: Engaging Faculty and Staff to Improve Patient and Student Outcomes Dana Tschannen, PhD, RN and Leah Shever, PhD, RN

Impact of a Student and Faculty Collaboration on Patient Satisfaction with Pain Management Student Assessment and Fall Evaluation (S.A.F.E. Team): A Collaborative Initiative in an Academic-Service Partnership to Improve Patient Safety Ann K. Gosselin, DNP, RN; Inga Vitins, BSN, RN; Julie Grunawalt, MS, RN, GCNS-BC; Winnie Wood, MSN, RN, CNS; and Sandra Kendziora, BSN, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: D 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Clinicians Using Standardized Clinical Data to Inform Practice and Influence Health Policy Directions

Lynn M. Nagle, PhD, MScN, BN, RN; Peggy Ann White, MN, BA, RN; and Kathryn J. Hannah, PhD, MScN, BScN, RN, FAAMI

Standardizing the Collection of Clinical Outcomes to Support Evidence-Based Practice Peggy Ann White, MN, BA, RN

Evaluating the Use of C-HOBIC and the C-HOBIC Transition Synoptic Report Lynn M. Nagle, PhD, MScN, BN, RN

Advancing Clinical Data Standards in Canada Kathryn J. Hannah, PhD, MScN, BScN, RN, FAAMI

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: D 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: D 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

EBP Implementation for Kids Caring for Patients Diagnosed With Concussions at an Urban Level 1 Trauma Children’s Hospital: Development and Implementation of a Standard of Care Susan C. McInerney, BSN, RN, CPN

Are Our Babies Cold? Using Unit-Based Research to Promote Adoption of an EBP Practice Change Rhonda E. Maneval, DEd, RN; Deborah Schafer, MSN, RNC; Erin Anderson, BSN, RN; and Yovanka Hoover, BSN, RN

Measuring Success: Course and Curriculum Assessments Development of Curriculum Assessment Template for Targeted Student Outcomes in a BSN Program Erin E. Killingsworth, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Cynthia Gurdak Berry, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; Jennifer Jeames Coleman, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; Geri W. Beers, MSN, BSN, EdD, EdS, RN, CNE; Tracey Dick, MSN, RN, CNE; and Vicki W. Rochester, DNP, RN, WHNP-BC

Use of Objective Structured Clinical Examination in a Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Course for Assessment of End-of-Program Outcomes Diane Lynett Marcyjanik, EdS, MSN, RN, RN and Nita L. Johnson, MSN, RN

Measurement of Nursing Program Outcomes: Moving Forward with Rubric Development in Portfolio Assessment Kari Lynne Hickey, PhD, MS, BS, RN; Jeanette Rossetti, EdD, RN; Nancy Oldenburg, EdD, RN; Maryann Abendroth, PhD, RN; Kathleen Musker, PhD, RN; Connie Uhlken, MS, RN; Bradley Peters, PhD; and Patricia Paramore

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Monday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: D 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Implementing Peer Groups in Nursing Education Implementing Change: Social Justice as a Platform for Nursing Education

Katrina Einhellig, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; Faye I. Hummel, PhD, RN, CTN-A; and Courtney E. Gryskiewicz, BSN, ADN, BS, RN

Value of Online Group Reflection Following International Service Learning Experiences: I Never Thought of That! Eileen M. Smit, MSN, RN, FNP-BC and Mary Jane Tremethick, PhD, RN, MCHES, FAAHE

Can Group Scenario Exercises in Fundamental Nursing Using Process Oriented GuidedInquiry Learning (POGIL) Affect National Test Scores Maureen C. Roller, DNP, RN, ANP-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: D 09 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Symposium Integrating Evidence-Based Practice and Process Improvement Models to Decrease CatheterAssociated Urinary Tract Infection Catherine M. Riedel, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CCNS, CCRN; Nancy A. Hagerman, BSN, RN, CEN; Jodi Pelkey, BSN, RN; Erika L. Simon, MSN-ED, RN, CCRN; and Shannon Campbell, MSN, RN, PCCN

Evidence-Based Practice Change to Prevent CAUTI: A Team-Based Approach Catherine M. Riedel, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CCNS, CCRN

Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection in the Emergency Department: Tales From the Front Door Nancy A. Hagerman, BSN, RN, CEN

Accidental Late Adaptor: Onboarding Surgical Services to a Developed CatheterAssociated Urinary Tract Infection Prevention Protocol Jodi Pelkey, BSN, RN

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Diverse Educational Initiatives to Prevent Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection in Critical Care Erika L. Simon, MSN-ED, RN, CCRN

Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections in Medical-Surgical/Telemetry Units: Five Units, Five Cultures, One Goal Shannon Campbell, MSN, RN, PCCN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: D 10 Leadership Session

Developing Shared Governance: Does It Have an Impact? Measuring Shared Governance in Acute Care Hospital Settings Using the Index of Professional Nursing Governance (IPNG) Evette M. Wilson, DNP, RN

An Academic Shared Governance Model for Leadership in an Academic Setting

Ruth Ann Bridges, PhD, RN-BC; Carol Boswell, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF; and Patricia G. Francis-Johnson, DNP, RN

To a Greater Influence of Nurses: Development and Implementation of a Professional Practice Model in the Netherlands Susanne Maassen, MSc, RN; Gerard Brekelmans, RN, MSc; and Annelies Sandee-Laging, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: D 11 Leadership Session

Encouraging Faculty Success Through Mentoring Nursing Faculty Development: A System Change to Foster Mentoring and Training Nicole M. Giancaterino, DNP, MSN, RNC-OB, CNS/APN

A Faculty-Based Mentorship Circle: Positioning New Faculty for Success Janice Waddell, PhD, RN

Mentorship and Novice Nursing Faculty: Working Together for Successful Role Transitioning Azizah Sculley, PhD, MEd, BScN, RN; Florence Myrick, PhD, MN, BSN, RN; and Pauline Paul, PhD, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: D 12 Leadership Session

Nursing Professional Development Transformational Dialogue and Theory U: The Leaders Role in Guiding Emerging Change Vivian P. Dawkins, PhD, RN

Transforming Your World: One Opportunity at a Time Sheila Montgomery, MSN, RN

Using the Journey to Empowerment Professional Development Seminar to Enhance Nursesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Sense of Empowerment Denise M. McNulty, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN-BC, ARNP

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Monday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: D 13 Leadership Session

Leading Doctoral Education in Nursing Development and Evaluation of a Scholarly Writing Course in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Maria R. Shirey, PhD, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, ANEF, FACHE, FAAN; David E. Vance, PhD, MGS; and E. Laura Wright, PhD, MNA,CRNA

Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science: Systematic Education for Future Researchers and Experts

Katri Vehviläinen-Julkunen, PhD, RN, RM; Tarja Kvist, PhD, MSN, RN; and Natalia Sak-Dankosky, MSc, RN

The Doctoral Journey: Exploring the Relationship Between Workplace Empowerment of Nurse Educators and Successful Completion of a Doctoral Degree Lisa Anne Burrell, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN-BC, CNE (1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: D 14 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Improving Institutional and Student Outcomes by Transformation to a Culture of Care

Susan L. Groenwald, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF, FAAN; W. Richard Cowling, BSN, MS, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, AHN-BC, FAAN; and Mary Judith Yoho, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Transforming an Educational Culture Through a Model of Care Susan L. Groenwald, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Care for Faculty: Promoting Faculty Excellence to Improve Student Outcomes and Faculty Engagement W. Richard Cowling, BSN, MS, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, AHN-BC, FAAN

Care for Students: Improving Student Success Using a Model of Care Mary Judith Yoho, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: D 15 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Leveraging an Attitude of Gratitude: Innovative Strategies in Improving Health and Wellness, Enhancing Workforce Engagement, and Participation in Professional Organizations Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, MBA, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP; Sharon M. Weinstein, MS, RN, CRNI, FACW, FAAN; and Mary Alexander, MA, BS, RN, CRNI, CAE, FAAN

An Attitude of Gratitude Program: Shining the Light on the Work Environment Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, MBA, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP

Attitudes of Gratitude: Innovative Strategies in Improving Health and Wellness Sharon M. Weinstein, MS, RN, CRNI, FACW, FAAN

An Attitude of Gratitude: A Secret for Success Mary Alexander, MA, BS, RN, CRNI, CAE, FAAN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: D 16 Scientific Session

Nursing as a Career: Student Perspectives Creating a Legacy Through Nursing Leadership, Innovation, and Global Connectivity

Shannon, K. Lizer, PhD, FNP-BC; Asako Katsumata, PhD, ME, BA, RN, CNL; Gordana Dermody, MSN, RN, CNL; and Elizabeth M. Carson, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE

African-American Non-Nursing Science Majors’ Perceptions of Nursing in the Context of Career Ideals

Robbi K. Alexander, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC and Cynthia A. Diefenbeck, PsyD, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC

Recruitment and Retention of Male Nursing Students

Deborah Kane, PhD, RN; Dale Rajacich, PhD, RN; and Sheila Cameron, RN, EdD, DSc (Hon)

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: D 17 Scientific Session

Nursing Student Involvement in Nursing Education Challenging Global Health Perspectives With Nursing Internship Experiences Amy Nagorski Johnson, PhD, MSN, RNC-NIC-E

Boosting Students’ Engagement in Political Learning Pamela M. Gehrke, EdD, MS, BS, AS, RN

An Academic-Based Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Program: A Pilot Project Designed to Ease Nurse Practitioner Transition to Practice Hilary S. Morgan, PhD, MSN, BSN, ARNP, CNM and Michelle L. Edmonds, PhD, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC, CNE

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Monday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: D 18 Scientific Session

The Use of Tools and Instruments to Advance the Profession Selecting an Early Child Development Assessment Tool in Rural Limpopo, South Africa

Gwyneth Rhiannon Milbrath, MSN, MPH, RN, CEN; Claire M. Constance; Vidya V. Gopinath, BS; Audrey Ogendi, BA; and Madison B. Compton

Validation of Yoonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Critical Thinking Disposition Instrument

Hyunsook Shin, PhD; Kaka Shim, MSN; Yuna Lee, MSN; Hyunhee Ma, MSN; Dahae Lim, BSN; Hyojin Kim, BSN; and Hyejin Kim, BSN

Kangaroo Care: Creating a Video Teaching Tool for Parents and Neonatal Nurses Melissa K. Robinson, RN, BSN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: D 19 Scientific Session

Innovations in Cancer Care and Practice Caregiver Activation: Cancer Communication in Home Hospice

Catherine E. Dingley, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Djin L. Lai, BSN, RN; Katherine Doyon, BSN, BS (Bio), MS; Maija Reblin, PhD; Lee Ellington, PhD; and Margaret Clayton, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, APRN-BC

Colorectal Cancer Screening Practices Among Texas Nurse Practictioners and Physician Assistants

Sandra Anne Laird, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCNP and Barbara M. Raudonis, PhD, MS, BSN, MS, BA, FNGNA, FPCN

Innovations in the Care of Cancer Survivors and Their Families

Ann Solari Twadell, PhD, FAAN and Gayle M. Roux, PhD, RN, NP-C, FAAN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

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Session: D 20 Conversations with the Candidates 10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Session: D 21 Special Session

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Conversations with the Candidates President-Elect

Beth Tigges, PhD, RN, PNP, BC, USA Robin Toms, PhD, MN, RN, NEA-BC, USA

Secretary

Carole Liske, PhD, MSN, BSN, USA Laurie Nagelsmith, PhD, RN, CNE, USA

Special Session Research Abstracts, Proposals and Grant Writing: Basics from Start to Finish Lois S. Marshall, PhD, RN

This presentation will provide the novice researcher the basics to write a research abstract, proposal, and/ or grant for submission. This session will enable participants to gain a basic understanding of the steps of the abstract/proposal/grant writing process in order to enable them to put forth a submission in the future. Participants will be able to interact with some past recipients of STTI small research grants who will provide practical information on the writing, submission, and follow-up process.

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Monday Schedule (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 1

Session: D 22 Special Session

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: D 23 Chapter Leader Session 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: D 24 Scientific Session

Special Session Getting Published in Nursing Journals: Strategies for Success

Susan Gennaro, DSN, RN, FAAN and Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN Purpose: Publishing is an important venue to disseminate important work, including scholarly papers, research findings, evidence-based practice change/quality improvement projects, and clinical innovations. However, many important works never make it to publication due to multiple barriers, including perceived inadequate time for writing, lack of mentorship, and inadequate knowledge and skills regarding tactics for successful publication. Therefore, the purpose of this presentation is to describe the publishing process and highlight key strategies for successful publication in Peer-Reviewed journals. Target Audience: The target audience for this session is any nurse interested in submitting their work for publication. Methods: This session, conducted by the editors of Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, will highlight key strategies for writing and achieving successful publication. The editors will provide a discussion of how to eliminate barriers to publication as well as the steps in assembling various types of manuscripts. Approaches to dealing with multiple authors, the publication process, and the ethics of publishing will also be discussed. Tactics for resubmission, the peer review process, and how to become an excellent reviewer for journals also will be highlighted. A lively interchange among both editors and the audience provides participants with ample time to have their questions regarding all aspects of publication answered. Although this session is aimed more at beginning authors, more seasoned authors, reviewers, and even editors from other journals have all contributed to make this topic a perennial favorite. Conclusions: This session will equip participants with the needed knowledge necessary to be successful in writing, submitting papers for publication, and responding to peer review through resubmission. Open dialogue with the editors of Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Scholarship will facilitate a lively session where participants have the opportunity to receive answers to a variety of their burning questions.

Chapter Leader Session Five Tips to Develop Dynamic Events

Sabrina Collins-Christie, BA, BS and Janell Jackson Do you want to keep members excited and engaged with your chapter? Providing dynamic programs and events is one solution.

The Psychological Impact of Disease and Illness of Families A Structured Communication Intervention to Reduce the Anxiety of Family Members Waiting for Relatives Undergoing a Surgical Procedure Kate Kynoch, MN (ICU), BN, RN, CertIVTAE; Judy Munday, DipEd (Nurs), BA (Hons), RN; Sonia J. Hines, MAppSci (Rsch), GradDipEd, BN, RN; and Cara Joyce Cabilan, BN, RN

Family Caregiversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Perceptions of the Resistiveness to Care They Experience Caring for People with Dementia Pamela C. Spigelmyer, PhD, RN, CNS

Beyond Survival: An Interpretive Phenomenological Investigation Into Being the Father of a Very Low Birth Weight Infant Donald Johnston, PhD, MHS, RN, RRT

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: D 25 Scientific Session

Focusing on the Family Staff Response to Flexible Visitation in the Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Patricia Newcomb, PhD, RN, CPNP and Gail Voncina, BSN, RN

Nurse Family Presence Beliefs and Decisions in Adult Intensive Care Unit Beverly Jones, PhD, MPH, BSN, FAAN

Perceptions of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice and the Correlation with Patient and Family Satisfaction Scores MaryDee Fisher, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, CPN; Donna Weyant, MSN, RN, CPN; Susan E. Sterrett, EdD, MSN, MBA, RN; and Heather Lynne Ambrose, DNP, RN, CPON

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Monday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: D 26 Scientific Session

Augmenting Academic Risk for Nursing Students Identifying Academic Risk Factors of BSN Students Using the College Persistence Questionnaire to Better Understand Student Attrition Kelly J. Betts, EdD, MNSc, RN

Predicting Nursing Students Passing of the ATI Comprehensive Predictor Examination

Kathleen L. Gilchrist, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, FNP, PHN; Shalise Pollock, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-C, PHN; and Charles Collom, JD, BA, SN

Motivated Strategies for Learning in Accelerated Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Students

Majeda M. El-Banna, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Billinda Tebbenhoff, DNP, APRN-BC, RN; Malinda Lee Whitlow, DNP, FNP-BC, RN; and Karen Fraser Wyche, PhD, MSW

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: D 27 Scientific Session

Community Health Needs for Our Veterans Experiences of Homeless Vietnam Veterans in Deciding to Access or Not Access Healthcare Susan K. Lee, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

The Socio-Cultural Contexts of Male Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans Help-Seeking Behavior and Healthcare Utilization: An Interpretive Phenomenological Study

Uchenna Nworah, PhD, MS, BS, BA, APRN, FNP-BC; Lene Symes, PhD, RN; Anne Young, EdD, MS, RN; and Rae Langford, EdD, MS, RN

Rural Women Veteransâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Use and Perception of Mental Health Services Kathy M. Ingelse, DNP, MS, BSN, RN, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 7

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Session: D 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Planning the Nursing Education Research Network

Pam Ironside, PhD, MS, BA, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Michael Yedidia, PhD, MPH, BA; Linda Flynn, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN

Getting Serious About Research in Nursing Education Pam Ironside, PhD, MS, BA, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Building a Database to Answer Pressing Education Issues Michael Yedidia, PhD, MPH, BA

Democratizing Data Access Via Web-Based Portals Linda Flynn, PhD, RN, FAAN

Getting Serious About Advancing the Science of Nursing Education Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN

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Monday Schedule (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 10

Session: D 29 Special Session

Special Session Outcomes Impacting Care of Older Adults: Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Fellowships Presented in partnership with Hearst Foundations and Hill-Rom

Deborah Cleeter, EdD, MSN, RN; Heidi K. Holmes, RN, BA, BScN, MScN, GNC(C), FGNLA; Jennifer L. DeClercq, MSN, RN-BC, FGNLA; Lisa R. Binns-Emerick, MSN, RN, CS, GNP-C; and Nancy E. Edwards, PhD, MS, ANP-BC Preparing and positioning a global cadre of nurse leaders to transform relevant practice and policy for older adults is essential for the future of healthcare. The international Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy (GNLA) provides an intentional personal and professional development experience for Fellows who are midcareer geriatric nurse leaders. Through the use of a behavioral leadership development philosophy as the foundation of the fellowship experience, all academy relationships, curriculum activities, faculty modeling, and reflective exercises align with this approach. With formal mentoring and faculty relationships, Fellows engage in eighteen months of meaningful personal development through implementation of an integrated experiential curriculum, development of interprofessional leadership knowledge and skill, and strategic partnerships with senior executives of healthcare organizations. The structure of the academy includes two immersion workshops, two site visits at the Fellows’ sponsoring organizations, monthly Fellow community conference calls, and frequent regular triad advisory calls. The GNLA uses the Kouzes-Posner “Leadership Challenge” model as a framework for behavioral change as Fellows purposefully expand both influence and impact in leading policy and practice advancements in caring for older adults. Having concluded the academy’s fourth cohort, significant outcomes have been achieved by the Fellows within three domains: individual leadership development; advancement of practice through leadership of interprofessional team projects; and expanded scope of influence at the organizational, community, and professional levels. Faculty and Fellows of the GNLA will present exemplars of the leadership mentoring and faculty relationship triad, individual leadership development, practice outcomes achieved through the interprofessional team projects, and the resultant expanded scope of influence within the field of caring for older adults. In addition, a presentation by the Amy Berman Geriatric Nursing Leadership Awardee will be included in which this emerging leader’s significant contributions to the care of older adults is highlighted. The impact of leadership development through the GNLA and its relationship to the future of practice advancements in care of older adults will be described.

10:00-11:15 a.m.

Poster Viewing Session 2A

(1000-1115) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (1000-1230) Level 3, Starvine 12

11:30-12:30

(1130-1230) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

STTI Career Center Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Fuutre, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This Career Center provides nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located oustide Starvine 11 on Level 3 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited, sign-up will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Meet the Editors Susan Gennaro Journal of Nursing Scholarship Bernadette Melnyk Worldviews on Evidence-Based Practice Jim Mattson Reflections on Nursing Leadership

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Monday Schedule 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

(1130-1245) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Chapter Awards Recognition Event Chapter Anniversaries Chapter Key Awards

Award presentation sponsored by Gamma Chapter at University of Iowa College of Nursing

Chapter Communication and Publicity Award

Award presentation sponsored by Eta Eta Chapter, York College of Pennsylvania

New Member Pillar Award

Award presentation sponsored by Nu Nu Chapter

Melanie C. Dreher Outstanding Dean Award for Excellence in Chapter Support Award presentation sponsored by Mu Upsilon Chapter at the College of Staten Island/CUNY

Noon-1:45 p.m.

(1200-1345) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

Noon-6:00 p.m.

(1200-1800) Level 3, Senna Boardroom

Exhibit Hall Open and Lunch Sponsored by Mercer Consumer Lunch served

Parliamentarian Office Hours The honor society’s parliamentarian, Colette Collier Trohan, will be available during this time to answer delegates’ questions about parliamentarian procedure for making a motion, including nomination of a candidate for elected office from the floor of the House of Delegates.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS E 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

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Session: E 01 Clinical Session

Psychiatric Clinical Education: Enhancing Mental Health Knowledge Clinical Education Focused on Providing Care for Clients Experiencing Delirium: Enhancing Nurses’ Knowledge, Self-Efficacy, and Application to Practice Sherida Ingram, BScN, RN; Yolanda B. Babenko-Mould, BScN, MScN, PhD, RN; and Richard Booth, RN, BScN, MScN

Nursing Perspectives of an Advanced Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Curriculum: Findings of a Qualitative Research Study Jeanette Rossetti, EdD, RN; Kelly Bryant, MS, RN, CNE; Patricia Jones-Bendel, MSN; and Faith Stauserboll, BSN, RN

Enhancing Mental Health Nursing Practicum with Clinical Simulation: A Comparison of Student Outcomes April L. Mouser, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN and Lizann Atkin, MSN, BSN, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: E 02 Clinical Session

Promoting Sexual Health in the Adolescent Population Urban Adolescent Sexual Health Education: An Innovative, Nursing Student-Led Initiative Katie Daley, BS, MSN, RN, CNL; Beth-Anne Christopher, MSN, RN, CNL; Tanya R. Friese, DNP, RN, CNL; Jennifer B. Rousseau, DNP, WHNP; and Cate Maidlow, BA, MSN, RN, CNL

Access to Information, Attitudes, and Decision Making Regarding Pregnancy Prevention by Teenagers Using a Primary Health Care Clinic in Tshwane, South Africa Sanah Mataboge, BCur, MCur, DCur, RN

Sexual Health Advice Given on Popular Web-Based Magazine Sites Targeting Adolescent Women Olivia Sutter and Victoria von Sadovszky, PhD, RN, FAAN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: E 03 Clinical Session

Evaluation of Clinically Relevant Tools and Methods The Efficacy and Reliability of Mobile Application as an Effective “Voice” of the Female Patients with Anorexia Nervosa (AN) in Silent Cultures, Which Regard Disordered Eating as Taboo Princess Stephanie Fumi Hancock, DNP, MA, BSN, BA, RN

Reflection Beyond Action: A Modified Version of Tanner’s Clinical Judgment Model Eva Peisachovich, PhD, RN

Construct Validity and Factor Structure of the Post-traumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI) Among Korean Americans Kunsook S. Bernstein, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC, FAAN

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Monday Schedule 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

Session: E 04 Clinical Session

Training Nurses in a Simulated Environment Transforming Nurse Residency Skills Training Using Simulation: A Deliberate Practice Approach

Kelly La Frentz, MSN, RN, BC; James Cavalier, MBA, MSN, RN, CRRN; and Richard Morse, BSN, RN, CCRP

Nurses’ Reactions of an Emergent Pediatric Educational Simulation

Kenneth L. Hoffman, BSN, RN, CEN, EMT-P and Victoria von Sadovszky, PhD, RN, FAAN

Navigating a Disaster: A Capstone Simulation Integrating Leadership Skills, Ethical Principles, and Clinical Reasoning Lynn L. Wiles, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CEN and Denise B. Isibel, MSN, RN, RN (1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: E 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium The Way Forward: An Innovative Pedagogical Model of Clinical Orientation to Support Successful Transition of Clinicians-Turned-Academic-Educators

Laura Fillmore, DNP, MSN, RN, CNE; Kandyce Richards, PhD, RN, APN; and Candice Phillips, PhD, APRN, CNM, RN, CNE

The Way Forward: An Innovative Pedagogical Model of Clinical Orientation to Support Successful Transition of Clinicians-Turned-Academic-Educators Laura Fillmore, DNP, MSN, RN, CNE

An Innovative Pedagogical Model of Clinical Orientation: Research Evidence to Support Successful Transition of Clinicians-Turned-Academic-Educators Kandyce Richards, PhD, RN, APN

Clinical Orientation as a Faculty Development Program Initiative: An Innovative Model to Support Successful Transition of Clinicians-Turned-Academic-Educators Candice Phillips, PhD, APRN, CNM, RN, CNE

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: E 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Pain Reduction and Management Quality of Life in Thai Patients with Low Back Pain Undergoing Epidural Steroid Injection Bencharat Somgiat, RN, MS

Evidence-Based Education Intervention to Improve Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses’ Postoperative Pain Management for Improved Patient Satisfaction Gayle Ridgway, DNP, RN, APRN, CRNA

Evaluating the Use of a Topical Vapocoolant to Reduce Pain During Intravenous Insertions: The Patients’ and Nurses’ Perspectives Cecilia M. Inman, BSN, RN-BC and Jennifer M. Bisson, BSN, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: E 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: E 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Evidence-Based Solutions for Vulnerable Populations ED Community Placement Project (EDCPP): “Right Service-Right Venue” Karen Elizabeth Mitchell-Keels, MSN, CMCN, RN

Formulating a Best Practice Statement for Prison Parenting Programs: A Program Evaluation Project Donna M. Zucker, PhD, MS, BS, RN, FAAN and Christine Beatriz, BS, RN

Attitudes and Practices Regarding Emotional Health Know Your Tools: Improving Nurses’ Use of the Confusion Assessment Method (CAM) to Detect Delirium Julie Plagenhoef, BSN, BS, MPH, RN, CMSRN

Changing Registered Nurses’ Attitudes Regarding Delirium Assessment in a Military Community Hospital

Nancy Ann Westbrook, MSNA, BSN, CRNA, CCRN, CEN; Jeffery Wade Forehand, DNP, RN-BC; and Shellye A. Vardaman, PhD, RN-BC, CNE

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Monday Schedule 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: E 09 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Symposium Shining the Light on Senior Services: Driving Excellence Through Leading Practices

Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, MBA, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP; Louise Laufer Hummel, MSN, RN, RN-BC, CEN; and DeSales Foster, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CWOCN, CRNP, GNP-BC

Making Senior Care a System Priority

Ann Marie T. Brooks, DNSc, MBA, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP

Building a Culture of Geriatric Excellence: One Hospital’s Experience Louise Laufer Hummel, MSN, RN, RN-BC, CEN

Leading Practices in Geriatric Care: Building a Dermal Defense Team Makes a Difference! DeSales Foster, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CWOCN, CRNP, GNP-BC

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: E 10 Leadership Session

Being Aware of Cultural Differences in the Clinical Setting Changing Hospital Culture: Collaborative Response to Emergency Cesarean Sections Barbara C. Schuch, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM and Sally M. Krempel, MSN, RNC-OB

A Tale of Two Countries: Comparing the Heart Failure Patient Journey in the United States and France Alison Lee Walsh, MSN, RN, OCN, CNE; Judith Hupcey, EdD, CRNP, FAAN; and David Munoz

Intent of Hispanic/Latino Adolescents toward Tissue and Organ Donation: A Pilot Study of a Culturally Sensitive Educational Intervention Sharon A. Castellanos, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, WHNP-BC, CNS, AHN-BC

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

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Enhancing Learning Through Online Education A Leader’s Challenge: Using E-Learning/Flipped Classroom Instructional Techniques to Build Graduate Nursing Student Leadership Skills Teresa L. Barry Hultquist, PhD, MSN, BSN, APRN-CNS, PHCNS-BC; Deanne Ernesti, MSN, RN; Suhasini P. Kotcherlakota, PhD, MSc, MSEd; and Susan Waters, MS

Teaching Undergraduate Research in an Online Environment

Nancy C. Falvo, PhD, MSN, BSN and Laurie Bladen, PhD, MBA/HCM, RN

Learning Without Boundaries: Strategies for Engaging and Active Online Learning Deborah A. Raines, PhD, EdS, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: E 12 Leadership Session

Promoting the RN to BSN Transition Closing the Leadership Gap: Mentoring the RN to BSN Student for Success Jill Borgos, PhD, MS, RN; Deborah Hodge, MS; and Anne Sweet, MS

Partnership with a Community Hospital Nurse Residency Program: An Innovative Approach to Increase BSN Prepared RNs in a Rural Area Michelle H. Cheshire, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN and Cassandra D. Ford, PhD, MSN, MBA, BSN, RN, FAHA

The RN to BSN Transition: A Qualitative Systematic Review Allison B. Anbari, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: E 13 Leadership Session

Global Leadership Perspectives Sacred Valley Health: A Global Organization with a Local Impact

Keri Lynn Baker, BSN, MSc, RN; Lynne M Massaro, DNP, RN, ANP-BC, FNP; and Maria C. LaFaro, DNP, RN, ANP-BC

The Clinical Research Nurse: A Global Perspective on Role, Value, and Leadership

Margaret A. McCabe, PhD, RN, PNP; Liza Behrens, RN, MSN; Shaunagh Marie Browning, BSN, RN, MSN, FNP-BC; Mary Jane WIlliams, DNP, MPH, RN, NE-BC; Judith A. Vessey, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN; and Stephanie-An Lyle, BS

The Meta-Paradigm of Nursing Within a Global Nursing Context Anne M. Sochan, MA, BSN

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Monday Schedule 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: E 14 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Curbing the Use of Ineffective and Costly Healthcare: Nursing Evidence for Choosing Wisely® Lisa J. Woodward, DNP, RN, CENP; Pamela J. Bradshaw, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN; and Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, MS, EdD, ANEF, FAAN

Choosing Wisely®: The Role of Nurses in Reducing Unnecessary Healthcare

Pamela J. Bradshaw, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN and Lisa J. Woodward, DNP, RN, CENP

Choosing Wisely®: The Role of Nurse Leaders in Reducing Unnecessary Healthcare Pamela J. Bradshaw, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN

Choosing Wisely®: Building a Statewide Pilot Program Lisa J. Woodward, DNP, RN, CENP

Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, MS, EdD, ANEF, FAAN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: E 15 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Three Perspectives on Implementing Global Nursing Leadership in Your Setting

Sarah Marlene Ruiz, BSN, MA, RN; Susan Bass, BSN, MSN, NMW, RN, PHN; Anna Dermenchyan, BSN, RN, CCRN-CSC; and Sherry Kari Baum, MSN, RN, CNM

Student Involvement With International Clinical Experience Susan Bass, BSN, MSN, NMW, RN, PHN

Staff Nurse Perspective on International Work and Leadership Opportunities Anna Dermenchyan, BSN, RN, CCRN-CSC

Student Leadership for International Nursing Experience Sherry Kari Baum, MSN, RN, CNM

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: E 16 Scientific Session

Teaching and Learning Strategies for Educating Nurses Challenges in Fostering Critical Thinking in Developing Countries: Ghana as a Case Study Christian Makafui Boso, MN, BSc, RGN and Janet J. Gross, DSN, RN

Transforming Assessment in Nursing Education: Virtual Simulations

Nancyruth Leibold, EdD, MSN, RN, PHN, LSN, CNE and Laura Marie Schwarz, DNP, RN, CNE

Are Your Multiple-Choice Tests “FIT”? Using the Fairness of Items Tool (FIT) as a Component of the Test Development Process Nikole Anderson Hicks, PhD, MSN, BSN, RNC, CNE

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: E 17 Scientific Session

Interprofessional Issues in Nursing Education Promoting Student Resiliency Through Interprofessional Education Collaboration

Nassrine Noureddine, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN; Darla K. Hagge, PhD, MA, BA, CCC-SLP; Debra Brady, DNP, MSN, RN, CNS; and Will Ofstad, PharmD, BCPS, CDE

Interprofessional Education in Nursing Education: A New Way of Knowing Marian J. George, EdD, MCE, BScN, RN, GNC(C), CCHN(C)

Breaking Down Silos: Impact of an Interprofessional Curriculum to Teach Health Professions Students Oncology Palliative Care Carla P. Hermann, PhD, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: E 18 Scientific Session

Emotional Distress for those Afflicted with Cardiovascular Issues Associations Between Emotional Distress and Coronary Heart Disease: Analysis of National Health Interview Survey 2008-2009 Alethea N. Hill, PhD, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, ANP-BC

Family in the Resuscitation Room: Polish and Finnish Nurses’ Experience and Attitudes Towards Family-Witnessed Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in a Hospital Setting

Natalia Sak-Dankosky, MSN, BSN, RN; Pawel Andruszkiewicz, PhD, MD; Paula R. Sherwood, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, FAAN; and Tarja Kvist, PhD, MSN, RN

The Role of Stress and Inflammation in Depression in Hispanics with Chronic Heart Failure Samira Moughrabi, PhD, RN, CNS

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Monday Schedule 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: E 19 Scientific Session

Putting Community Health Research Into Practice Promoting Health Promotion Practices in the Low Income Population Maria Alice Masciarelli, DNP, RN, FACHE, CPHQ

How Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation Influence Nutrition and Exercise Behaviors of a Community Sample of Adults

Carol Shieh, DNSc, MPH, RNC-OB; Michael Weaver, PhD, FAAN, RN; Kathleen Newsome, BSN, RN; Kathleen Hanna, PhD, RN; and Mulubrhan Mogos, PhD, BSN, MSN

Determinants of Access to Specialty Care for Community Health Clinic Patients Mabel Ezeonwu, PhD, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

Conversations with the Candidates Directors

Session: E 20 Conversations with the Candidates

Sandra Bibb, DNSc, RN, FAAN, USA Deborah Chapa, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP, USA Th贸ra Hafsteind贸ttir, PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, The Netherlands Kathleen LaSala, PhD, RN, PNP, CNE, USA Claudia Lai, PhD, RN, Hong Kong Elizabeth Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipNEd, DipRM, RN, RNT, United Kingdom

1:45-3:00 p.m.

Special Session

(1345-1500) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Everyday Ethics in the 21st Century: Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Ethical Practice Cynda Hylton Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN and Marion E. Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN

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Ethical issues in nursing are not new; ask any practicing nurse what keeps them up at night. Nurses in all roles and specialties confront myriad ethical issues in their everyday practice. Yet, there are growing concerns about the prominence of ethical issues in health care and gaps in nursing competence in ethical practice, educational models for teaching ethics, policies that undermine nurse integrity, and an insufficient evidence base to guide interventions. In August 2014, 50 nursing leaders participated in a national summit on Nursing Ethics for the 21st Century, sponsored by the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Berman Institute of Bioethics. Participants created a Blueprint for the Future focusing on recommendations in clinical practice, education, policy and research, and a vision for 21st Century Nursing Ethics. This interactive, experiential session will explore the ethical issues that keep nurses up at night and examine the tools and resources that are needed for nurses to practice ethically in the 21st century. There will be interactive dialogue with participants about how to live the vision for 21st Century Nursing Ethics in the everyday practice to create an ethically grounded model of transformational nursing practice. Finally, we will explore the elements of a culture of ethical practice and highlight implications for interprofessional practice.

1:45-3:00 p.m.

Special Session

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 1

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Positive and Transparent Leadership: Creating a Culture of Safety Using People, Process, and Technology to Enhance Outcomes for Patients and Their Caregivers Melissa A. Fitzpatrick, MSN, RN, FAAN

Patient care quality and safety are among the leading issues in the healthcare industry and in the minds of caregivers as well as those that we serve. The topics of patient harm and adverse events regularly make the news and headlines and consumers as well as caregivers are increasingly concerned at the alarming rates at which they occur. Since the Institute of Medicine reported that 100,000 patients die each year because of errors and preventable adverse events in hospitals, it has become essential that we validate that the care we deliver is safe and of the highest quality. Doing so requires positive and transparent leadership in order to create a culture of safety and continuous improvement. It also requires that providers use data to drive patient care decision making and that tools are in place to assist them in managing and improving performance. A focus on falls, pressure ulcers, ventilator-associated events and hand hygiene will highlight the significant role of nurse leaders from the bedside to the C-suite and the essential role that nurses play in assuring patient safety and preventing harm. Any successful approach must combine the best in people, process and technology if sustainable quality improvement is to be achieved. Real life examples of successful application of this framework will be presented, each of which highlights the critical role of nursing in the patient safety equation. The role of nurses has never been more important than it is today in keeping patients safe from harm and adverse events. The vigilance and competence of nurses, armed with best practices and evidence and then enabled by technology when appropriate is a recipe for positive patient outcomes and safe passage through our healthcare delivery system. Explore how positive and transparent leadership creates alignment between these forces and enhances outcomes for patients and their caregivers.

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Monday Schedule (1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: E 23 Chapter Leader Session 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: E 24 Scientific Session

Chapter Leader Session Attract and Assess: Building a Successful Recruitment Plan Sabrina Collins-Christie, BA, BS

Improper recruitment and selection practices can result in low acceptance and retention rates. Attend this session to learn how to build a recruitment plan to effectively attract qualified candidates.

Engaging Students in Research and Practice Ebola 101 Module: An Opportunity for Students to Think Globally, Act Locally Elizabeth A. Tinnon, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

Engaging Nursing Students in Health Promotion Research and Practice Donna M. Callaghan, PhD, RN-C, GCNS-BC, CNE

Enhancing the Patient Safety Culture of ABSN Students Through Instruction on Medical Error Recovery Darlene Mary Burke, PhD, MS, MA, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: E 25 Scientific Session

The Psychological Welfare of Nursing Students Factors Influencing Australian Nursing Students’ Psychological Well-Being and Suicidal Ideation Pi-Ming Yeh, PhD, RN; Lorna Moxham, PhD, RN, MHN, MEd, BHSc, DAS, (Nsg), GradCertOH&S, GradCertQualMgt, FCON, FACMH; Christopher Patterson, BN (Hons), MN (MH), RN; and Carolyn Antoniou, MSN, RN

Influence of Rape Myth Acceptance on Responsibility to Rape Action and Degree of Rape Trauma: Student Nurses’ Perception

Adesola A. Ogunfowokan, BNSc, MScN, PhD, RN, RM, RPHN, FWACN; AanuOluwapo Olajubu, BNSc, MSCN, RN, RM, RPHN; and Francisca Eghonghon Gbenu, BNSc, RN, RM

Mindfulness Interventions for Nursing Students

Mary Elaine Koren, RN, PhD and Manju N. Daniel, PhD, FNP, MSN, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: E 26 Scientific Session

Research and Evidence-Based Medication Administration Medication Reconciliation: It’s in the Bag Dawn Becker, DNP, RN, CEN, ACNS-BC

Door to Drug in Obstetrics

Melanie Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB, CPLC; Lynn Elizabeth Bayne, PhD, MSN, BSN, NNP-BC; Katie Vent; Thomas Welde; and Emily Villafranco

The Literacy in Professional Nursing in Peripheral Venous Catheterization Procedures: A Systematic Review Joao Manuel Graveto, MSN, PhD, RN; Ana Catarina Oliveira, RN; and Ana Rita Miraldo Martins, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: E 27 Scientific Session

Innovative Knowledge in Graduate Studies A Phenomenological Exploration of International Nurses’ Motivation and Experiences in Pursuing a Master’s Degree in Nursing in the United States Carol A. Amann, MSN, RN-BC, CDP, FNGNA and Elizabeth J. Diener, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

The Short-Term Effects of a Wellness On-Boarding Program With Health Sciences Students on Depression, Anxiety, Healthy Lifestyle Beliefs, and Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors

Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; Caitlin Slevin, MHA, BS, CCRP; Lisa K. Militello, PhD, MPH, MSN, BSN, CPNP, RN; Jacqueline Hoying, MS, RN, NEA-BC; Colleen McGovern, BSN, BSEd, RN, LSN; Alice M. Teall, MS, RN, FNP, PNP; and Laura Szalacha, EdD, MTh, MPhil, EdM

Evaluation of the Efficacy of Peer Assisted Learning in a Scale Development Course Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

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Monday Schedule 1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: E 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium The Effect of Teaching Demands on Research Productivity and Work-Life Balance of Doctoral Program Nursing Faculty

Suzanne C. Smeltzer, EdD, MS, RN, FAAN; Ann Cantrell, PhD, RN

Nancy Sharts-Hopko, PhD, MA, BSN, RN, FAAN; and Mary

A Profile of U.S. Nursing Faculty in Research- and Practice-Focused Doctoral Education Nancy Sharts-Hopko, PhD, MA, BSN, RN, FAAN

The Effect of Teaching and Mentoring Doctoral Students on Their Work-Life Balance Suzanne C. Smeltzer, EdD, MS, RN, FAAN

The Effect of Teaching and Mentoring Doctoral Students on Faculty Members’ Research and Scholarship Productivity Mary Ann Cantrell, PhD, RN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

(1345-1500) Level 3, Starvine 10

Special Session Replication of the Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy in Africa Presented in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions

Christa Van der Walt, PhD, MSocSc, MEd, BEd, BArtetSc, RN, RM; Karin C. S. Minnie, PhD, RN, RM; Oslinah Buru Tagutanazvo, PhD, RN, RM; and Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN

1:45-3:00 p.m.

Poster Viewing Session 2B

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Session: E 29 Special Session

This special session focuses on the process followed from the inception of the idea to the completion of the first cohort of the Africa Maternal Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy (MCHNLA) in August 2015. We will share the background and history of the replication of the MCHNLA in Africa with reference to the need for leadership development in the field of maternal-child health in Africa, followed by a historical overview of the development of the Africa MCHNLA. This will be followed by our experience of the pilot Academy in the North-West Province of South Africa (2012-2013) and of the first cohort of the Africa MCHNLA (20142015). We will then share the process of adapting the curriculum for the Pilot and the first Africa cohort and compare the processes followed between the 2 curricula and again, lessons learned. This will be followed by a discussion of specific issues such as stakeholder involvement, communication, funding, selection of faculty, mentors and mentees, mentoring, and capacity development. We will explain what we did, what happened and how we experienced the pilot Academy by providing an overview of the evaluation results and lessons learned from the Pilot. We will then discuss the role of stakeholders and the challenges faced in marketing the MCHNLA in a continent where it is unknown. We will also give attention to the process followed and reflect on the success and challenges during the process and in terms of the outcomes. With regard to mentee and mentor selection, we will explain the reason for changing the selection process from the MCHNLA North American model. This will be followed by a discussion of mentoring and logistical issues in terms of communication, budgeting, organizing workshops and keeping momentum. In conclusion, we will address the lessons learned in the overall process of replicating the Maternal Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy in Africa.

(1345-1500) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Poster

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

2:00-5:00 p.m.

(1400-1700) Level 3, Starvine 12

2:00-5:00 p.m.

(1400-1700) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom

STTI Career Center Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Fuutre, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This Career Center provides nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and nursing leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located oustide Starvine 11 on Level 3 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited, signup will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Monday Schedule CONCURRENT SESSIONS F 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Session: F 01 Clinical Session

Health Promotion in the Oncology Patient Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives and Experiences of Cancer Screening Services in Southwestern Ontario, Canada Heather K. Krohn, PhD, MEd, BScN, RN

Exploring Cervical Cancer Treatments, Coping, and Women’s Sexual Self-Concept after Cervical Cancer Barbara Hollie, PhD, RN, ANP-BC

Women’s Global Health Initiative: Prevention of Cervical Cancer Using Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid and Cryotherapy Amy K. Moore, DNP, RN, FNP-C and Laura L. Opton, DHSc, RN, CNE (1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: F 02 Clinical Session

Clinical Education Topics in the Emergency Department

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3:15-4:30 p.m.

The Lived Experience: How Emergency Department Nurses Resolve Emotional Pain After Patient Perpetrated Workplace Violence Wanda J. Christie, PhD, RN

The Relationships Between Patients’ Perceptions of Nurse Caring Behaviors, Nurses’ Perceptions of Nurse Caring Behaviors, and Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department Theresa Bucco, MSN, RN-BC

Emergency Room Nurses Transitioning From Curative to End-of-Life Care: The Rural Influence Roberta Rolland, PhD, RN, FNP

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: F 03 Clinical Session

Outcomes of Nursing Interventions A Retrospective Study Exploring Nursing Sensitive Interventions for Patients on a Skilled Nursing Unit in a Rural Midwest Hospital Carol-Ann Moseley, PhD, MS, BAN, RN

Patients’ Perceptions of Hope and Hope-Engendering Nurse Interventions Debra Haas Stavarski, PhD, RN

A Retrospective Study of the Impact of Educational Intervention on the Use of the Rothman Index System on Patient Outcomes

Penny Phillips, MS, BSN, RN, RN-BC; Kathleen Jochem, MS, RN, ACNS-BC; Marilyn Shepherd, BSN, MSN, MBA, RN, CNE, CDE, CWOCN; and Carol-Ann Moseley, PhD, MS, BAN, BA, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 4

Session: F 04 Clinical Session

Simulation in the Clinical Education Environment Use of Standardized Patients to Enhance Health Assessment Skills of Undergraduate Nursing Students Kellie Dionne Bryant, DNP, WHNP and Larry Slater, PhD, RN-BC, CCRN

Peer Assisted Learning in a Simulated Emergency Department Experience for Undergraduate Nursing Students Deborah A. Tapler, PhD, RN, CNE; Nancy McMenamy, MS, RN, CNE; and Cynthia Denise Bain, MSN, RN, CNE

Community Mental Health Clinical Experiences Utilizing High Fidelity Simulations with Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Jene’ M. Hurlbut, PhD, MSN, MS, BSN, RN, CNE; Brian C. Oxhorn, PhD, MSN, RN; and Nancy Milloer Bryan, MSN-APN, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: F 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium The Wonders of Concept Mapping as a Learning Tool

Gisela H. Van Rensburg, DLittetPhil; Yvonne Botma, PhD; and Lizeth Roets, PhD, MSocSc (Hons), BSocSc

Using Concept Maps as Reflective Activity Gisela H. Van Rensburg, DLittetPhil

Developing Critical Thinking Skills Through Concept Mapping Yvonne Botma, PhD

The Value of Concept Maps in Theory-Practice Integration Lizeth Roets, PhD, MSocSc (Hons), BSocSc

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Session: F 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Evidence-Based Nursing Outcomes Clinical Supervision: Predicting Best Outcomes

Edward White, PhD, MSc (SocPol), MSc (SocRes), RMN, DipCPN, RNT, PGCEA, FACN, FACMHN, MICR, FIBMS, CSci

An Evidence-Based Practice Outcome Measure: Analysis of Nurse Authored Hospital Policy and Procedure Documents Kathy J. Fatkin, PhD, RN, AHIP and Mary Anne Hales Reynolds, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC

Integrating Evidence-Based Practice in a Nursing Curriculum Based on the RNAO Guidelines Using Action Research

Christa Van der Walt, PhD, MSocSc, MEd, BEd, BArtetSc, RN, RM; Sharon Vasuthevan, PhD, MCur, RN, RM; J. C. (Irene) Lubbe, PhD, MSocSc, RN, RM; and P. J. Smith, BCur, IetA, RN, RM

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: F 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Implementing Evidence-Based Practices An Evidence-Based Roadmap to Healthy Work Environments for Nurses: Closing a Gap in the Literature Through Development of a Toolkit Alissa Samoya, DNP, RN, CPN, CEN

Disaster Preparedness: A Template for Saving Lives

Catherine A. Marcum, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, APN, AGACNP-BC

Using Evidence-Based Teaching to Support an Innovative Teaching Strategy in an Undergraduate Research Course: A Longitudinal Study Astrid H. Wilson, PhD, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

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Supporting Family Health Through Evidence The Lived Experiences and Support Needs of the Postpartum Primiparous Women in Tshwane, South Africa Mmajapi Tshidi Elizabeth Chokwe, MTech (Nsg), BACur (Adm/Edu), RN, CNM

Physical Activity, Prevention of Functional Decline, and Support of Mobility in Older Hospitalized Patients: A Literature Review Iris Tamara Schneider, MSc (Nsg), RN and Gabriele Meyer, PhD, RN

Loneliness, Quality of Life, and Health-Related Hardiness Among Older HIV+/AIDS Farmers in China Janet F. Wang, PhD, RN, FAAN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: F 09 Evidence-Based Practice Session 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: F 10 Leadership Session 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: F 11 Leadership Session

Patient Education Strategies Through Communication The Power of 3: Empowering Patients

Lynda M. Sanchez, MSN, RN-BC, CVRN-BC and Lynn E. Cooknell, BSN, RN, CCCC, CVRN-BC, CCRNAlumnus

“Ask Tell Ask” Strategies to Improve Communication Between Nurses and Patients and Families in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Fatima Garcia, BSN, BS, RN, CCRN, CSC, CMC and Tanya Marie Cohn, PhD, MEd, RN

How Theory Can Guide Education and Practice Applicability of Social Cognitive Career Theory for Future Nursing Faculty Workforce Recruiting Diana K. Bond, PhD, MS, BSN, RN-BC, CNE

Case-Based Nursing Peer Review Using Just Culture Principles

Kathleen Jochem, MS, RN, ACNS-BC; Connie Ann Scott, MS, RN, NEA-BC; and Cheryl Lynn Stuckman, BSN, RN

Building Relationships to Develop Future Leaders Developing Future Leaders: The L.O.V.E. Approach Kathy S. Holloway, DNP, MSN, MA, BSN, RN, CNE

Leadership: Based on Relationships Michele Rumsey, RN, FACN

Transforming the Chapter Through Servant Leadership

Jennifer Saylor, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC and Jennifer Graber, EdD, MSN, BSN, APRN, CS, BC

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Monday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: F 12 Leadership Session

Issues Regarding Maternal-Child Health Around the World Effects of an Educational Intervention on Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Knowledge and Attitude in Providing Breastfeeding Support to Mothers Anjanetta Davis, EdD, MSN, RN, CNL

An Evaluation of Midwives for Haiti Programs: Can They Reduce Infant and Maternal Mortality in Haiti? Jacquelyne L. Brooks, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, CNM, WHNP

U.S. Health System Reform, Children’s Health Care and Nursing: An Integrative Policy Analysis Eileen K. Fry-Bowers, PhD, JD, RN, CPNP

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: F 13 Leadership Session 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: F 14 Leadership Symposium

Developing and Strengthening Mentorship Opportunities Developing Faculty-Student Mentor-Mentee Relationships in a DNP Program

Nancy Neff Manister, DNS, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-BC and Keville C. Frederickson, EdD, RN, FAAN

Introducing a Global Leadership Mentoring STTI Online Community Ellen B. Buckner, PhD, RN, CNE and Claudia K. Y. Lai, PhD, RN

Symposium Transforming Liberia’s Nursing Work Force Through Pioneering Graduate Nursing Education and Leadership Development with Exemplars from the International Ebola Response

Magdeline C. Aagard, BAN, MBA, EdD, RN, PHN; Harriette N. S. Mondaye, CM, RN-BSN, MSN-Ed, FWACN, RN; Edwin Beyan, BSc, MSN, RN; and Dorcas E. Kunkel, BSN, MS, DNP, APHN-BC, LHIT-HP

Experiences in Nursing, Nursing Education, and Leadership in Liberia Before Ebola and Beyond Harriette N. S. Mondaye, CM, RN-BSN, MSN-Ed, FWACN, RN and Edwin Beyan, BSc, MSN, RN

Transforming the Nursing Workforce Through Leadership Growth Magdeline C. Aagard, BAN, MBA, EdD, RN, PHN

Transforming the Nursing Workforce in Liberia Through Graduate Education Dorcas E. Kunkel, BSN, MS, DNP, APHN-BC, LHIT-HP

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: F 15 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Evidence-Based Leadership: Key Strategies for Building a Sustainable EBP Culture to Improve Healthcare Quality, Safety, Patient Outcomes, and Costs Lynn Gallagher-Ford, PhD, RN, DFPNAP, NE-BC; Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; and Michelle R. Troseth, MSN, RN, DPNAP

Evidence-Based Leaders and Leadership

Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN

Helping Leaders Learn EBP and Recognize Their EBP Potential Lynn Gallagher-Ford, PhD, RN, DFPNAP, NE-BC

Leading the Transformation to an EBP Organization with Planned, Strategic Integration of 3 Critical Resources: People, Processes, and Technology Michelle R. Troseth, MSN, RN, DPNAP

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: F 16 Scientific Session

Research and Improvements in Clinical Care Healthcare Injustice Experiences or Negative Pain Coping Strategies in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease: Which Comes First? Miriam O. Ezenwa, PhD, MS, BSN, RN

Sleep Disturbance and Fatigue in Renal Transplant Patients: A Pilot Study Kandace Landreneau, RN, PhD, CCTC

Determinants of Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex Ile-Ife Adenike Olaogun, PhD, MSc (Nsg), BSc (Nsg) (Hons), RN, RM, RPHN and Abidemi Fajobi, MSc (Nsg), BNSc, RN, RM, RPHN

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Monday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Ethical Issues in Nursing Conflict-Related Sexual Gender-Based Violence in DRC Beth D. Good, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, CNS

Session: F 17 Scientific Session

Making the Hard Decisions: Ethical Issues Encountered By Military Nurses During Wartime

3:15-4:30 p.m.

Understanding Challenges when Working with Older Adults

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: F 18 Scientific Session

Janice B. Griffin Agazio, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN; Diane Padden, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CRNP, FAANP; Sami Abdulrahman Al-Hamidi, MSN, BSN, RN, ICDL; and Meryia Throop, PhD, DNP, FNP

Transforming Perspective on Older Adults: Conceptualizing the “Silver Tsunami” as a Cultural Paradigm Shift Katheryn Fernandez, PhD, RN and Catherine Maurer Baack, MS, RN, BC, CNS

Cultural Relevancy of Palliative and End-of-Life Care: Conversations with Indigenous Elders Mary J. Isaacson, PhD, MAN, BSN, RN

The Effect of Cognitive Stimulation on Cognition and Depressive Symptomatology in Elderly Community Dwellers Joao Luis Apostolo, PhD, MS, RN; Maria Lurdes Almeida, PhD, MS, RN; and Daniela Cardoso, RN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: F 19 Scientific Session

Educational Research Affecting Undergraduate Students Motivation and Persistence Among BSN Students in Northeast Ohio: A Correlational Study Christine Lynn Heid, PhD, MSN/Ed, BSN, RN, CNE

Health Promoting Behaviors Among RN to BSN Students at Two Public Universities Kathleen L. Gilchrist, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, FNP, PHN and Cherie Rector, PhD, RN, PHN

Empathy Development Through Case Study and Simulation

Heidi A. Mennenga, PhD, RN; Sue D. Bassett, MS, RN, CNE; and Libby Pasquariello, MSN, RN

M O N D AY S C H E D U L E

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 2, Copperleaf 11

Session: F 20 Conversations with the Candidates

Conversations with the Candidates Vice President

Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP, FAAN, USA Jenny Sauls, PhD, RN, CNE, USA

Treasurer

Jose Alejandro, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, CCM, FACHE, FAAN, USA Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, USA

Regional Chapters Coordinating Committee Chair Julie Jones, MS, RN-BC, USA Jayne Lutz, MS, RN, PHNCP-BC, CNE, USA

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 1

Special Session A Digital Destination for All Your Work: The Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository Kimberly Thompson, MLS

Session: F 22 Special Session

What are you waiting for? Have you written research or evidence-based practice materials that have not been published in a traditional journal, but still deserve to be shared? If the answer is yes, then the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository is your answer! Learn more about this free clinical and scholarly dissemination resource and how to submit your materials. Do you want to know more about the repository and the benefits it offers to nurse authors who are eager to share their clinical and academic scholarship on a global basis, thus furthering the growth of the profession as a whole? Are you looking for an alternative publishing resource to submit your evidence-based practice and research related works to? Do you have reports, white papers, faculty created learning objects, capstone projects, a thesis, and/or dissertation that you would like to share with others? Good news! The Henderson Repository offers all nurse authors a free, convenient way to share these types of documents (and others) in a no charge, open-access, peer-reviewed, environment. As a resource of STTI it is open to both members and nonmembers. Come to this session to learn more about this unique alternative publishing opportunity!

3:15-4:30 p.m.

Chapter Leader Session

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: F 23 Chapter Leader Session

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Financial Stewardship Through Policies and Procedures Jessica Wendorf, BS, CAE, CNP and Jenny Paugh Hoffman, BS

This session outlines the best policies and practices for board members, finance committee members, and other volunteer stewards of your STTI chapter’s finances. This session is not eligible for continuing nursing education credit hours, as it will discuss the STTI bylaws requirements, as well as best practices in the financial realm for STTI chapters only.

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Monday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: F 24 Scientific Session

Understanding Our Youth Teen Perceptions of Sexual Activity, Decision-Making, and the Promotion of Safe Sexual Practices: A Focus Group Study Judith Herrman, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Dynamics and Identity in Families of Gender Non-Conforming Children/Youth: A Longitudinal Phenomenological Exploration Christine M. Aramburu AlegrĂ­a, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC

Deconstructing Physical Activity Self-Efficacy: A Critical Review of the Literature Vicki R. Voskuil, MS, BSN, RN, CPNP and Lorraine B. Robbins, PhD, RN, FNP-BC (1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: F 25 Scientific Session

Research and Innovations from Africa Evaluation of Memory Book Interventions With Orphaned Children in India, Kenya, and South Africa Barb J. Braband, EdD, MSN, MA, BAN, RN, CNE; Tamara Lynn Faris, BSN, MS, RN; and Kaye WilsonAnderson, DNS, MSN, BSN, RN

Does a Bachelor of Nursing Programme in the Western Cape, South Africa, Adequately Prepare Graduates for Their Professional World of Work?

Felicity M. Daniels, PhD, MPH, RN, RPN, CHN, RNE; Penelope D. Martin, PhD, MACur, BACur, RN, RM, CHN, RPN, RNE, RNA; Lorraine P. Fakude, RN, RM, CHN, RNEd, RNAdmin; Lydia E. Richards, MA (HlthSt), BCur, RGN, RM, ICU, Paeds, NAdmin, NEd; Lindy S. van der Berg, MCur, BCur, RN, RM, RPN, RCHN; and Ntombizodwa S. B. Linda, MNEd, RN, RM, RNE

Strengthening the Preparation of Student Nurses to Participate in the Provision of Nurse Initiated and Monitored Antiretroviral in South Africa

Regis Rugira Marie Modeste, MN, BN, RN, NE and Oluyinka Adejumo, DLittetPhil, MSc, BScN, RN, RPN, RNE

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 5

Session: F 26 Scientific Session

Culturally Diverse Health Practices The Lived Experience of Nurses in Rural Uganda Linda Johanson, EdD, MSN, RN

Secondary Analysis of Cultural Domains Among Filipino Nursing Students Mariquit C. Hadwiger, MS(N), RN and Stephen C. Hadwiger, PhD, MS(N), RN

Transitions of South Sudanese Refugees: Reaching for a Better Life in America

Rebecca Randall, EdD, RN; Paula Carson, PhD, RN, TNCC, CCRN, ACLS; Thomas E. Stenvig, PhD, MPH, RN, NEA-BC; and Marlys J. Bohn, PhD, RN, CNL

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: F 27 Scientific Session

Maternal Best Practices Continuing Professional Development in Maternal Health Care: Barriers to Applying New Knowledge and Skills in the Hospitals of Rwanda

Germaine Tuyisenge, MA, BSc; Yolanda B. Babenko-Mould, BScN, MScN, PhD, RN; and Isaac Luginaah, PhD, MSc, MES, BSc (Hons)

Developing a Research Focus in Implementing Continuous Support During Labour as Best Practice Karin C. S. Minnie, PhD, RN, RM and Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN

The Relationship Between Vitamin D Levels in Pregnancy and Blood Glucose at the Gestational Diabetes Screening Jeanine L. Senti, MSN, BSN, APRN-BC, IBCLC, CNS

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Monday Schedule 3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: F 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Technology Enhanced Self-Management Across the Illness Trajectory

Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN; Nada Lukkahatai, PhD, MSN, RN; Toni Sparks, DNP, MSN, APRN, FNPBC; Jennifer Kawi, PhD, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC; Nancy N. Menzel, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC, CPH, CNE; Kendall Hartley, PhD; and Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN

Internet-Based Intervention for Self-Management in Fibromyalgia Syndrome Nada Lukkahatai, PhD, MSN, RN

Fibromyalgia: Implementation of Health Information Technology in Routine Care

Toni Sparks, DNP, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC; Jennifer Kawi, PhD, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC; Nancy N. Menzel, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC, CPH, CNE; and Kendall Hartley, PhD

Examining the Outcomes of Web-Based Interventions on Anthropometric Measurements Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN and Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN

3:15-4:30 p.m.

(1515-1630) Level 3, Starvine 10

Session: F 29 Special Session

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3:15-4:30 p.m.

Special Session Eurovision 2020: Collaboration for Transformation of the European Region

Joy Merrell, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), NsgSt), RGN, RHV, RNT, HV; Marie-Louise Luiking, RGN, MA; Elizabeth Anne Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipRM, DipNEd, RN, RM; Aida Cruz Mendes, PhD, MsC, RN; and Margret Lepp, PhD, RN, RNT The purpose of this session is to share the achievements, activities, and challenges experienced by the five chapters and one honor society in the European Region to delegates and members outside Europe in order to promote collaboration and learning from one another. Whilst the global regions were established in 2013, the European chapters have been meeting annually and collaborating together since 2007. We have developed a regional strategic plan titled Eurovision 2020 which we reviewed and updated in January 2015 which we wish to share with you and we welcome your views and thoughts on our strategic goals and initiatives. In order to set the scene for this session the current state of nursing and nursing education across Europe will be presented, which will highlight the similarities as well as differences across the European countries. The challenges and opportunities arising from the European nursing context will then be discussed in relation to STTIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission, vision, and strategy for globalisation. Specifically we will explore challenges with respect to recruitment and retention which although not unique to the European chapters are influenced by the cultural context. We will discuss initiatives we have implemented to seek to aid recruitment especially of students. We will show how the goals of the European strategic plan support and are congruent with STTIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strategy for globalisation. As a region and through this presentation we aim to facilitate collaboration and networking and play an active role in enabling STTI to become the global organisation of choice for nursing it aspires to be. Join us to hear what your European colleagues have achieved and what challenges we still face.

Poster Viewing Session 2C

(1515-1630) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Poster

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

5:00-6:00 p.m.

(1700-1800) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

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Reception in Honor of Founders Awards Recipients Sponsored by Hill-Rom By invitation only

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Monday Schedule 6:30-10:00 p.m.

(1830-2200) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

Founders Awards Celebration This is a ticketed event.

Archon Awards

Award presentation sponsored by The Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence

Audrey Hepburn Award for Contributions to the Health and Welfare of Children

Award presentation sponsored by Beta Iota Chapter and University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

Nell J. Watts Lifetime Achievement in Nursing Award

Award presentation sponsored by The University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing

Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award Lucie S. Kelly Mentor Award

Dorthy Ford Buschmann Presidental Award Founders Awards Dorothy Garrigus Adams Award for Excellence in Fostering Professional Standards Award presentation sponsored by ATI Nursing Education

Edith Moore Copeland Award for Excellence in Creativity Ethel Palmer Clarke Award for Chapter Excellence Elizabeth McWilliams Miller Award for Excellence in Research

Award presentation sponsored by Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing

Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education Award presentation sponsored by Verified Credentials, Inc.

Marie Hippensteel Lingeman Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice

Award presentation sponsored by Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing

Mary Tolle Wright Award for Excellence in Leadership

Award presentation sponsored by Alpha Chapter at Indiana University School of Nursing

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How Students Learn Amy Pettigrew, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Miami Dade College

The Pedagogy of Civility: Strategies to Create an Engaged Learning Environment Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Boise State University

Transforming Teaching and Learning through Reflective Practices Sara Horton Deutsch, PhD, RN, ANEF, University of Colorado

Facilitating Learning in the Clinical Environment Deborah Demeester, PhD, RN, CNE, Indiana University

Identifying Nursing Students at Risk: Impact of Limited English Proficiency on Nursing Student Success Carolina Huerta, EdD, RN, FAAN, The University of Texas â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pan American

Basics of Curriculum Design Karen Grigsby, PhD, RN, University of Nebraska

Innovative Curricular Models Carolyn Hart, PhD, RN, CNE, Witson College

Academic Service Partnerships Lynn George, PhD, RN, CNE, Robert Morris University

Teaching and Learning at a Distance Karen Frith, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, University of Alabama â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Huntsville

Integrating Technology in the Classroom Brent Thompson, PhD, RN, West Chester University

Assessing and Evaluating Learning Outcomes in the Classroom Marilyn Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Duke University

Designing Effective Multiple-Option Tests Kathleen Gaberson, PhD, RN, CNOR, CNE, ANEF, OWK Consulting

Assessing and Evaluating Clinical Learning Outcomes Wanda Bonnel, PhD, GNP-BC, ANEF, University of Kansas

Faculty, Course, Program Evaluation and Accreditation Desiree Hensel, PhD, RN, PCNS-BS, CNE, Indiana University

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Tuesday Schedule Tuesday, 10 November 2015 7:00-8:00 a.m.

Tellers’ Orientation

7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Registration

7:30-11:00 a.m.

Delegate Certification

(0730-1700) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer (0730-1130) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

Delegates must be certified one time prior to the opening of the House of Delegates. You will line up by chapter name.

7:30-8:30 a.m.

Coffee Break Service

8:00-11:00 a.m.

Speaker Ready Room

(0730-0830) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer (0800-1100) Level 3, Starvine 11

8:00-11:00 a.m.

(0800-1100) Level 3, Outside Starvine 11

Oral presenters using PowerPoint may view their preloaded presentations on the comptuers available. Changes cannot be made to the presentations.

Presenter/Moderator Check-In Moderators, please sign in to pick up moderator packet. All presenters (poster, oral, and symposia) are required to sign in. Presentations for which a presenter has not checked in may not be eligible for CNE contact hours.

8:00-11:00 a.m.

Candidate Poster Display Viewing

8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace

(0800-1100) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (0800-1600) Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1

9:00-11:00 a.m. (0900-1100) Level 3, Starvine 12

Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts.

STTI Career Center Sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future Made possible by a generous sponsorship from the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Fuutre, career advising will be available through the STTI Career Center. This Career Center provides nurses and student nurses with an opportunity to discuss issues and receive guidance regarding their career path from experienced nursing professionals and nursing leaders. Please check the Presenter/Moderator Check-In counter located oustide Starvine 11 on Level 3 to see if space is available. Time and space are limited, signup will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS G 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Session: G 01 Clinical Session

Alternative Methods of Nursing Care The Implementation and Use of Mindfulness to Reduce Compassion, Fatigue, and Attrition Rates with Faculty/Staff in an Urban School MaryKay Maley, DNP, MSN, BSN, APN, FNP-C, RN-BC

Using Guided Imagery to Reduce Pain and Anxiety Linda C. Cole, DNP, RN, CCNS, CPHQ

Effect of Ethnicity and Parental Illness Representations on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Usage and Asthma Control in Childhood Asthma Alexis Marie Guay, BSN, RN and Kimberly J. Arcoleo, PhD, MPH

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Tuesday Schedule 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 2

Session: G 02 Clinical Session

Learning While Serving: Clinical Education Strategy An Innovative Collaborative Approach for Applying Public Health Principles in a Global Setting Cynthia Ringhofer Brown, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, RDN and Mary Tanner, PhD, RN

Health Care in Global Context: Service Learning to Increase Cultural Competency in Migrant Latino Health Jean Ann Davison, DNP, RN, FNP-BC

Nursing Students Serving, Transforming, and Leading within 5 Miles to 3000 Miles Sheri P. Palmer, DNP, RN, CNE and Karen H. de la Cruz, MSN, AACNP, FNP

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: G 03 Clinical Session

Strategies to Transition Education Into Clinical Practice Translating Clinical Education to Nursing Practice in Rwanda: Enhancing Maternal and Child Health Yvonne Kasine, BSN, RN; Yolanda B. Babenko-Mould, BScN, MScN, PhD, RN; and Sandra Regan, BScN, MA, MScN, PhD, RN

Nurse Caring Behaviors: Teaching Relationship-Based Care Across Cultures Carol Porter, DNP, RN, FAAN and Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN

An Academic-Practice Partnership to Transition Diverse Associate Degree Nursing Graduates into Acute Care and Community Health Settings Joyce A. Wright, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

8:30-9:45 a.m.

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Preparing Nursing Students for End-of-Life Care Virtual Life and Death: Preparing Nursing Students for End-of-Life Care Leona A. Konieczny, DNP, MPH, BSN, ADN, RN-BC, CNE

Experiencing Loss in Simulation: A Meaningful Way to Integrate Theory Into Practice Debbie L. Rickeard, MSN, BScN, BA, RN, CCRN, CNE and Judy Bornais, BScN, BA, MSc, RN, CDE

Care for Dying Patients in a Skilled Nursing Facility: A Train-the-Trainer Program Linda K. Norlander, BSN, MS, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: G 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium QSENizing the Practice Setting: A Three-Part Presentation, Applying the QSEN Framework to Practice Kathleen A. Bradley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC; Nicki M. Shonka, MS, RN-BC, CPN; Ciara Culhane, MS, RN-BC, CPN; and Donnya E. Mogensen, MS, RN-BC

Innovation in Practice: A QSEN Framework for Redesigning a Clinical Advancement Program for Nurses Kathleen A. Bradley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Innovation in Practice: A QSEN Framework for Redesigning a Clinical Advancement Program for Nurses and Strategies to Grow and Sustain a Competency Assessment Model Utilizing the Quality Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) in the Clinical Setting Nicki M. Shonka, MS, RN-BC, CPN

Strategies to Grow and Sustain a Competency Assessment Model Utilizing the Quality Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) in the Clinical Setting Ciara Culhane, MS, RN-BC, CPN

How to Excel at Evaluating a New Graduate Nurse Residency Evidence-Based Practice Program Donnya E. Mogensen, MS, RN-BC

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: G 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Examples of Doctoral Education in Nursing Innovations in Teaching Competency-Based Health Policy: The Duke Approach Nancy Munn Short, DrPH, MBA, BSN, RN

Teaching EBP Strategies to Students in a Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

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Academic/Clinical Partnerships and the Team Approach to DNP Practice Improvement Projects Rona Levin, PhD, RN

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Tuesday Schedule 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: G 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

How Can We Increase Patient Safety? Driving Patient Outcomes Through Clinical Decision Support Systems and Nurse-Directed Protocols Amy Glasofer, DrNP, MSN, BSN, RN

Safety Auditing as a Nursing Accountability Measure for Hospital Fall Prevention Nicole Huntley, BSN, RN

Improving Transitions of Care With Bedside Report Joshua S. Lehmer, MSN, RN, CNL, PHN

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Evidence-Based Practices to Promote Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Diseases The Impact of Peritoneal Dialysis on the Family Life of Children With Chronic Kidney Disease

Session: G 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Maria Lurdes Lomba, RN, MSc, PhD; Alexandra Lameirinhas, RN; Ana Margarida Silva, RN; and Juliana Brito, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

Symposium

(0830-0945) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: G 09 Evidence-Based Practice Symposium

Changing the Behavior of the Caribbean Immigrants in Toronto Khelesh Persaud, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

VHA Wellness Model of Health: Helping Veterans Be Mission Ready for Life

Sheron L. Salyer, DNSc, RNC, RNC-OB, FACCE, CHRC; Mekeesha McClure, MSN, RN, ANP-BC; Donna Diogo, ADN, AAS, RN; and Pamela J. Laut, MSN, RN

VHA Wellness Model of Health: Helping Veterans Be Mission Ready for Life Sheron L. Salyer, DNSc, RNC, RNC-OB, FACCE, CHRC

Mission Ready: Use of Ambient Lighting in Creating a Healing Environment for an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

Mekeesha McClure, MSN, RN, ANP-BC and Sheron L. Salyer, DNSc, RNC, RNC-OB, FACCE, CHRC

Mission Ready: Changing the Physical ED Environment

Donna Diogo, ADN, AAS, RN and Sheron L. Salyer, DNSc, RNC, RNC-OB, FACCE, CHRC

Mission Ready: Changing the Dialogue Between Veterans and Their Care Teams in the Clinical Setting Pamela J. Laut, MSN, RN and Sheron L. Salyer, DNSc, RNC, RNC-OB, FACCE, CHRC

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: G 10 Leadership Session

Creating Leaders Through Faculty Mentoring Academic Mentoring and Job Satisfaction of Baccalaureate Nursing Faculty Kimberly M. Wilson, DNP, RN

It Takes a Village and a Plan: Leadership Development of Novice Faculty Through a Team Project Alison H. Edie, DNP, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC

Targeted Strategies to Promote Nursing Faculty Individual and Collective Scholarly Excellence

Jane M. Fall-Dickson, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, AOCN; Edilma L. Yearwood, PhD, MA, BSN, RN, PMHCNS, BC, FAAN; and Kelley Anderson, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: G 11 Leadership Session

Partnering to Educate Future Leaders Building a Baccalaureate Workforce Using an Academic/Rural Health System Partnership Karen R. Cochran, MSN, RN, CNOR; Vallire D. Hooper, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CPAN, FAAN; and Judy Neubrander, EdD, RN, FNP-BC

Establishing a Global Institution Partnership for Nursing Education Wanda Lawrence, PhD, RN, MSN

The Power of Partnership: Educator Collaboration With Procedural Area Nurses Improving Professional Development Ani Jacob, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN-BC, RNC-NIC, AE-C

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Tuesday Schedule 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: G 12 Leadership Session

Transforming Nursing Leadership Practice An Innovative Strategy to Lead Clinical Practice Change to Achieve Quality Outcomes Mickey L. Parsons, RN, PhD, MHA, FAAN; Patty Toney, RN, BSN, MSN; and Andrea E. Berndt, PhD

Leading Environmental Health Awareness to Transform Nursing Practice Bernadette M. Longo, MSN, PhD, RN, CNL, APHN

Creating a Nursing Scholarship Strategic Vision to Transform Nursing Practice

Kenn M. Kirksey, PhD, MSN, BS, RN, ACNS-BC, FAAN; JoAnn M. Mick, PhD, MBA, MSN, BSN, BSHA, RN, NEA-BC; Jan Keller-Unger, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CENP; Lourie Moore, MSN, BSN, RNC-OB, NEA-BC; Phyllis Jean Waters, PhD, MS, BS, RN; and Gayle McGlory, PhD, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, CCRN, RN-BC

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: G 13 Leadership Session

Social Networking: Can it Influence Your Professional Presence? Using Social Networking and Social Media Resources for Research Recruitment Janice M. Jones, PhD, RN, CNS and

Dorette Sugg Welk, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Perceptions of “Good Work in Nursing” of Experienced Administrators, Educators, and Clinicians From Two STTI Circles Dorette Sugg Welk, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Social Capital in Nursing: The Potential of Influential Relationships in Enhancing Patient and Organizational Outcomes Jason H. Gilbert, BSN, MBA, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

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Session: G 14 Special Session

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: G 15 Leadership Symposium

Special Session Publishing Roles: A Career Road for You

Susan Gennaro, DSN, RN, FAAN and Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN Purpose: There are many benefits to pursuing a career path in the publishing world, including opportunities to keep abreast of the latest knowledge, research, developments and innovations in your field and be recognized as an expert in your area. The purpose of this presentation will be to describe how to develop a career path in publishing and highlight both the benefits and challenges associated with various publishing roles. Target Audience: The target audience for this presentation is nurses with an interest in career roles in publishing, whether in the clinical or academic arena. Methods: This session, conducted by the editors of Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, will highlight various career roles in publishing as well as the benefits and challenges associated with each of them. First, the benefits of being a reviewer for journals will be discussed along with tips for conducting outstanding manuscript reviews. Second, the role and responsibilities of serving on an editorial board will be described. Third, the benefits and challenges of being an associate editor and editor will be highlighted. The editors also will discuss how using and going beyond publishing to impact positive changes in clinical practice and health policy is necessary to improve quality of care and health outcomes. A lively interchange among both editors and the audience will provide participants with ample time to have their questions answered regarding all aspects of career roles in publishing. Conclusions: This session will equip participants with the needed knowledge necessary to be successful in pursuing a career path in publishing, including the role of manuscript reviewer, being on an editorial board, and assuming the roles of assistant/associate editor or editor. Open dialogue with the editors of Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Scholarship will facilitate a lively session where participants will have the opportunity to receive answers to a variety of their burning questions.

Symposium Person and Family-Centered Care in a Global Context

Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN; Mary Walton, MSN, MSE, RN; and Jane H. Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN

A World View of Person and Family-Centered Care Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN

Taking Charge: Engaging Patients as Full Partners Mary Walton, MSN, MSE, RN

The Leader’s Role in Assuring Person and Family-Centered Care Jane H. Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN

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Tuesday Schedule 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: G 16 Scientific Session

Roles of the Nurse Educator Teaching Nursing Leadership in Liberia

Magdeline C. Aagard, BAN, MBA, EdD, RN, PHN

Facilitating Reflective Learning in Students: Understanding the Role of the Nurse Educator Peggy K. Naicker, MA (HlthSc), AdvDipNursEd, DipICU, BSoc (Nur), RN, CCRN and Gisela H. Van Rensburg, DLittetPhil

From Bedside Care Expert to Novice Educator: Perceptions of New Nurse Educators Kathy Jean Roth, MSN, BSN, RN (0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: G 17 Scientific Session 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: G 18 Scientific Session

Keeping the Lines of Communication Open: Interprofessional Teams Team Communication and Collaboration: Debriefing After Acute Obstetric Clinical Events Suzanne Lundeen, PhD, RNC-OB, NEA-BC; Maureen S. Padilla, DNP, RNC-OB, NEA-BC; and Monique Rhodes, MSN, BSN, RN

Nurses Work Engagement in Medical-Surgical Services in Portugal Aida Cruz Mendes, PhD, MsC, RN, MsC

Culturally Diverse Health Behaviors in the Diabetic Patient Sugar in the Blood: The Meanings of Diabetes Among Newly Arrived Filipinos in the United States Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN and Susan Lane, PhD, MSN, RN

Do Older Hispanic Diabetics Use the Internet for Health-Related Information? Kathleen Nokes, RN, PhD, FAAN and Judith Aponte, RN, PhD

Worry, Psychological Well-Being, and Health Behaviors in Asian and Pacific Islanders With Diabetes Du Feng, PhD; Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN; and Lorrie Wong, PhD, MS, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: G 19 Scientific Session

Perinatal Innovations in Healthcare Promotion Determinants of Perinatal Food Choices Among African-Caribbean Immigrant Women in Canada: A Photo-Voice Study

Gina M. A. Higginbottom, PhD, RN, RM, RHV; Josephine B. Etowa, RN, PhD; Helen Vallianatos, PhD, MSc, BA, BSc; and Janki Shankar, PhD

Exploring Symptom Experiences in Women With Peripartum Cardiomyopathy: A Mixed Method Study Harshida Patel, PhD, RN, APN

Kangaroo Mother Care Effect on Crying Time During Clustered Painful Procedures in Full Term Neonates Raouth R. Kostandy, PhD, MSN, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 2, Copperleaf 12

Session: G 21 Special Session

Special Session Is Leadership in STTI In Your Future? A Dialogue With the Leadership Succession Committee

John J. Whitcomb, PhD, RN, CCRN, FCCM; Safiya George Dalmida, PhD, APRN-BC; Suzanne Prevost, PhD, RN, COI; and Patrice Nicholas, DNSc, DHL (Hon), MPH, MS, RN, ANP, FAAN This session will focus on leadership opportunities within STTI across all levels of the organization. From chapter level leadership to regional to international levels of leadership, STTI welcomes your engagement in the mission of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, aimed at advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. The session will offer examples of leadership opportunities and exemplars of leadership trajectories from early membership in STTI to international leadership. Also incorporated into the presentation will be the roles and responsibilities of the Leadership Succession Committee, including member development and mentorship for leadership roles. The process of nominee selection and biennial ballot preparation will be discussed, including the education and experience needed for specific offices and leadership opportunities. We will review the process for assessing expertise and skill levels of candidates, as well as the role of the Leadership Succession Committee as a resource during the delegate and convention briefings.

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Tuesday Schedule 8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 1

Session: G 22 Special Session

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8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: G 23 Scientific Session

Special Session Sigma Theta Tau International, the United Nations, and Global Initiatives

Cynthia Vlasich, MBA, BSN, RN The history of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is varied and rich. It includes a deliberate decision to become international, including global expansion, which was formalized at the 1985 Biennial Convention in Indianapolis, when the House of Delegates voted to add “International” to Sigma Theta Tau’s name. The international work of STTI undertaken since that time has led to the current Global Initiatives department. Focusing on the past five years, STTI has made great strides in its global advancement. For example, STTI has its first president, elected by the full House of Delegates, from outside of North America. STTI launched its first formal presence outside of America, contracting with a nursing organization in South Africa to specifically conduct work to advance the organization, under the auspices of STTI. STTI launched its first International Leadership Institute based outside of North America, with the Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy in Africa. Global regions were identified and Regional Coordinators elected from around the world. Six hundred ninety-seven institutions are now engaged with STTI, through 499 chapters, located in 26 countries. Currently, over 135,000 members can be found in 92 countries across the globe. In July 2012, the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted Special consultative status to STTI, which refers to expertise in the field of nursing and global health. This demonstrates STTI’s commitment to achieving international cooperation toward solving humanitarian related issues. This was predicated on the approval as an associated non-governmental organization (NGO) by the Department of Public Information of the United Nations (UN) in December 2009. Through our UN affiliation, STTI commits to disseminate information and raise public awareness about the purposes and activities of the UN and related issues of global concern. STTI will continue to conduct outreach around the world to help our nurse members better understand the work of the UN, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Global Initiatives department focuses on various strategic directions. These directions include work to support STTI through Educational Standards, Regulation and Licensing; Global Member Engagement; Global Expansion; Relationship/Reputation Building; and the Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing.

Supporting Nurses and Faculty Facilitating Organizational Socialization of Adjunct Clinical Nursing Faculty Julie Kientz Elting, EdD, MSN, BSN, APRN, RN, CNE

Supporting Early Career Nurses: The Key to Enhancing Professional and Personal Excellence Tracey L. Moroney, PhD, BN (Hons)

Quality of Nursing Faculty Activities for Prevention Nursing Students’ Medical Accident and Association to Their Attributes in Japan

Wakako Sadahiro, RN, DNSc; Naomi Funashima, DNSc, RN; Toshiko Nakayama, RN, DNSc; and Yasuhiro Matsuda, RN, DNSc

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: G 24 Scientific Session

Maternal-Child Health: Research Into Practice The Association Between Maternal Health Literacy and Assessment for Developmental Delay in Low-Income Latino Children Eileen K. Fry-Bowers, PhD, JD, RN, CPNP

Comparing Mothers’ Postpartum Concerns Over Time

Jean Hannan, PhD, ARNP; Dorothy Brooten, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Ali Marie Galindo, MSN, ARNP, ARNPFP

Recognizing Ethical Issues Experienced by Maternal Nurses and Their Need for Ethics Education Gayle Taylor, EdD, MSN, RNC, CNL, CCE

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 4

Session: G 25 Scientific Session

Outcomes of Professional and Student Nursing Practice Meaningful Lifelong Learning in Nursing Education: Barriers, Facilitators, and Outcomes Sue Coffey, PhD, RN; Gail M. Lindsay, PhD, RN; Charles Anyinam, RN; Rick Vanderlee, EdD, RN; Hilde Zitzelsberger, BScN, MSc, PhD, RN; and Leslie L. M. Graham, RN, BScN, MN

Drinking Patterns and Outcomes of Alcohol Use by LGBT Students at a Minority-Serving University

Sandra “Sande” Gracia Jones, PhD, MSN, MEd, ARNP, ACRN, ACNS-BC, FAAN; Beatriz Valdes, MSN, MBA, RN; and Eric Fenkl, PhD, RN, CNE

Nursing Students’ Caring Behavior as an Outcome of Instructors’ Caring: First Results From an International Study Denise M. McEnroe-Petitte, PhD, MSN, BSN, AS, RN – denotes a member of the STTI Speakers Bureau

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Issues With End-of-Life Education and Care Cultural Issues in End-of-Life Care: Unmet Needs of Indians in Australia Sujatha Shanmugasundaram, PhD, RN, MACN

Session: G 26 Scientific Session

Improving Attitudes and Perceived Competence in Caring for Dying Patients: An End-of-Life Simulation

8:30-9:45 a.m.

Global Effects of Viruses

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: G 27 Scientific Session

Megan E. Pfitzinger Lippe, MSN, RN

Fatigue, Physical Fitness, and Quality of Life in Patients With Hepatitis C Virus Infection During the Combination Therapy Shiow-Ching Shun, PhD, RN and Chen-Hua Liu, PhC, MD

Gaining Leverage: How Migrant Farmworker Women Respond to HIV-Related Intimate Partner Risk Cynthia Albarran, MS, BSN, RN, CNS

Parental Knowledge and Perception of HPV Vaccines Among Korean-American Parents Young-Me Lee, PhD, RN and Elizabeth Florez, PhD, RN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

(0830-0945) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: G 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Enhancing Social Support for Self-Management

Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN; Diane Thomason, PhD, MN, RN; Jennifer Kawi, PhD, MSN, APRN, FNPBC; Nada Lukkahatai, PhD, MSN, RN; Kirsten E. Connelly, MPH; Alona Angosta, PhD, APRN, NP-C; Patricia K. Gatlin, PhD; and Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN

Self-Management and Weight Loss in Adolescents: A Systematic Review

Diane Thomason, PhD, MN, RN; Jennifer Kawi, PhD, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC; Nada Lukkahatai, PhD, MSN, RN; Kirsten E. Connelly, MPH; and Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Effects of Dance in Chronic Illness: A Systematic Review

Alona Angosta, PhD, APRN, NP-C; Patricia K. Gatlin, PhD; and Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN

The Effects of a Diabetes Support Group Among Underserved: A Feasibility Study Patricia K. Gatlin, PhD and Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN, FAAN

8:30-9:45 a.m.

Poster Viewing Session 2D

(0830-0945) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

CONCURRENT SESSIONS H 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 1

Session: H 01 Clinical Session

Promoting Cardiovascular Related Education The Relationship Between Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Knowledge of Cardiovascular Disease in African Men in the North-West Province

Adele Burger, BCur, BACur, BTech (OccHlth), RN, RM, OHNP, PHC; Ronel Pretorius, PhD, RN, RM; Carla Fourie, PhD, RN, RM; and Alta Schutte, PhD

Walking for Heart Health in Rural Women

Elisabeth J. Marigliano, BSN, RN; Pamela Stewart Fahs, PhD, RN; and Cristina Ludden, MA, BS

The Impact of Cardiac Education on Changes in Lifestyle Behaviors Wanda Lawrence, PhD, RN, MSN

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Session: H 02 Clinical Session

Setting the Workplace Culture: Nursing Programs in the Clinical Setting An Exploratory Study on Nurse-to-Nurse Collaboration (NNC) in Baccalaureate Prepared Registered Nurses Robert Anthony Mele, BS, RN and Kiara J. Goldwag, BS, RN

Implementation of a Nurse Residency Program for Long-Term Care New Nurses in NJ

Nancy Bohnarczyk, MA, BSN, RN, CNE; Edna Cadmus, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Susan Salmond, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Linda Hassler, MSN, RN, GCNS-BC, FNGNA; and Katherine Black, MSN, RN

Use of the Ethical Positioning System for Solving Ethical Dilemmas Joan Dorman, MSN, RN, CEN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 3

Session: H 03 Clinical Session

Can Nurses Care for Themselves? Shift Work and Nurses’ Health: Understanding the Consequences to Take Action! Letha M. Joseph, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC

Effective Use of Employee Vaccination Data to Improve Healthcare Workers’ Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Rates Fatsani L. Dogani, PhD, MPH, RN; Aaron Mendelsohn, PhD, MPH; and Cassius Lockett, PhD, MS

Is Sitting Time Associated With Increased Health Risks in Nurses?

Lizbeth P. Sturgeon, PhD, RN, CNE; Dawn Garrett-Wright, PhD, PMHNP, CNE; Eve Main, DNP; M. Susan Jones, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, ANEF; and Donna S. Blackburn, PhD, RN

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Technology That is Transforming Nursing Creating Innovative Educational Modalities to Transform Community Health Nursing Elizabeth F. Sefcik, PhD, MSN, RN, GNP-BC

In Their Shoes: A Poverty Simulation

Jacqueline Paik, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN and Dolores J. Wright, PhD, MS, BS, RN, PHN

Peer Review in the Online Environment

Mary Alice Momeyer, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, ANP-BC, GNP-BC; Carolyn Schubert, DNP, MSN, BSN, CNE; and Joni Tornwall, RN, BSN, MEd

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 5

Session: H 05 Clinical Symposium

Symposium Innovative Use of Technology to Change Nursing Practice

Jeanine Rundquist, DNP, RN, NEA-BC; Diedre Bricker, MSN, RN, CRRN; and Kathleen A. Bradley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Using SMART Technology to Measure Nursing Practice at the Organization, Unit, and Individual Levels Jeanine Rundquist, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Dashboards and Data: Supporting Strategy Through Transparency of Metrics Diedre Bricker, MSN, RN, CRRN

Got Projects? An Innovative Use of Technology to Approve and Track Nursing Projects Kathleen A. Bradley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 6

Session: H 06 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Educating Nurses Online A Transformative Model of Caring and Quality in Online Nursing Education

Anna M. Waterman, PhD, RN; Therese A. Snively, PhD, MS, BSN, RN; and Tara Lynn Spalla, PhD, RN

Civility 101 in the Online Classroom: De-Stress for Student Success

Diane B. Monsivais, PhD, RN, CNE; Leslie Robbins, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, PMHCNP-BC (NM only), FAANP; and Ryann D. Fierro, BSN, RN

Designing 3D Virtual Simulations in Nursing Education: The Rest of the Story

Tona L. Leiker, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, APRN-CNS, CNE and Karen R. Whitham, MSN, MS, RN, CNE

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Tuesday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 7

Session: H 07 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Evidence-Based Strategies to Provide Quality Care Continence Behavioral Rehabilitation Program

Phyllis A. Heintz, PhD, RN, CTN-B and Audrey Cochran, MSN, RN, GCNS-BC

A State School Nurse Initiative That Could Transform Healthcare Globally

Teena Byers Darnell, MSN, BSN, RN; Kathy Hager, DNP, MSN, BSN, APRN, FNP-BC, CDE; and Paul D. Loprinzi, PhD, MS, BS

Searching for Clinical Guidelines, Algorithms, and Mixed Methods Studies: What’s Wrong with PICO? Janice M. Jones, PhD, RN, CNS

(1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 8

Session: H 08 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Education Strategies in Undergraduate Nursing Impact of Multicontextual Teaching/Learning on Minority BSN Student Engagement: A Qualitative Research Study Scott C. Dolan, PhD, RN

A Baccalaureate Weekend Program: Teaching/Learning Strategies Susan Chaney, EdD, RN, FNP-C, FAANP and Susan Sheriff, PhD, RN, CNE

Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students: An Innovative Approach to Answering Clinical Questions Utilizing Current Evidence-Based Practice Jene’ M. Hurlbut, PhD, MSN, MS, BSN, RN, CNE and Judith Carrion, EdD, MSN/Ed, MSHS, RN, RN-BC, CRRN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 1, Bluethorn 9

Session: H 09 Evidence-Based Practice Session

Transforming Professional Practice Through Evidence Evaluation of an Athletics Model to Develop Values for Professional Practice Amy C. Shay, MS, RN, CCRN, CNS; and Karen Beckstedt Montoya, MS, RN

Exploring the Effect of Nurse Practice Environment and Nurse Staffing Levels on NurseSensitive Indicators in Thailand Apiradee Nantsupawat, PhD, RN

Evidence-Based Practice Fellowship Immersion: Transforming Staff Nurses’ Professional Practice Tom Christenbery, PhD, RN, CNE and Nancy Wells, DNSc, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 1

Session: H 10 Leadership Session

Leadership in Nursing Education Facilitating Scholarship Success Through a Collaborative Faculty Group

Camille Payne, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN Rachel E. Myers, PhD, RN, CDE; and Judith L. Hold, EdD, RN

The Use of Standardized Test Score Reports to Inform Instruction Using the Deming Model Mary Anne Schultz, PhD, MBA, MSN, RN; and Geri Chesebrough, MSN, RN, CNE

Promoting Excellence in Nursing Through North-South Partnerships Nelouise Geyer, PhD, MCur, BCur, RN, RM, RPsyc

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 2

Session: H 11 Leadership Session

Leading Interprofessional Health Education Building a Center for Nursing Excellence Using a Role-Based Model for Accountability and Outcomes

Miki Goodwin, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN and Joanne T. Clavelle, DNP, MS, BSN, ASD, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE

Interprofessional Health Education: Preparing for Collaborative Practice Michele S. Bednarzyk, DNP, FNP, BC and Kathaleen C. Bloom, PhD, CNM

Interprofessional Education to Enhance Health-Related Outcomes for LGBT Clients: How One Academic Medical Center is Leading the Way Tanya R. Friese, DNP, RN, CNL; Jamie Cvengros, PhD; Cecilia Hardacker, BSN, RN; Paul Kent, MD; Antonio Logan, BA; Edward Ward, MD, MPH; and Jay Behel, PhD

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Tuesday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 3

Session: H 12 Leadership Session

Leadership Development in Nursing Education An Evaluation of Emotional Intelligence in Undergraduate Nursing Student Leaders Over 4 Years Cindy L. Costanzo, PhD, RN, CNL

Nursing Honors Programs Designed to Meet Global Healthcare Challenges

Judith A. Vessey, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN; Catherine Y. Read, PhD, RN; and Judith Shindul-Rothschild, PhD, RNPC

Spirituality in Nursing Education: Are We Teaching Our Students to Provide Spiritual Care?

Kelly Moseley, DHSc, MSN, RN; Sharon Cannon, EdD, RN, ANEF; Carol Boswell, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF; and Joyce Miller, DNP, RN, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 4

Session: H 13 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Leading a Team of Front-Line Staff to Own Their Outcomes: How One Unit Transformed the Culture and Significantly Improved Their Patient Quality Outcomes Kristen M. Noles, RN, MSN, CNL; Meredith Palmer, BSN, CCRN; Courtney Edwards, RN, MSN, CNL; and Kate McConathy, BSN

Improving HCAHPS in a Challenging Patient Population: Trauma and Burns Meredith Palmer, BSN, CCRN

Secretary Daily Rounding: It Works! Courtney Edwards, RN, MSN, CNL

Pain Management in the Post Surgical Patient: It Is Not All About Narcotics Kate McConathy, BSN

10:00-11:15 a.m. T U E S D AY S C H E D U L E

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 5

Session: H 14 Leadership Symposium

Symposium Cultivating and Sustaining a Diverse Nursing Workforce: A Plan for Nursingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Future

Felesia Renee Bowen, PhD, RN, PC-PNP, BC; Ann Gakumo, PhD, RN; and Ronald Hickman, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC

Planting the Seed: Identifying, Developing, and Nurturing Diverse Student Nurse Populations Ann Gakumo, PhD, RN

Growing Our Own: Mentoring Talented and Diverse Students Toward a Career in Nursing Education and Clinical Leadership Felesia Renee Bowen, PhD, RN, PC-PNP, BC

Sustaining Nursing Diversity in Clinical Settings: Leadership and Minority Nurses Ronald Hickman, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 6

Session: H 15 Scientific Session

Working With Communities: Culturally Appropriate Research and Practice The Petal Project: Bringing the Community Together Through Service Karen M. Parker, DNP, RN, FNP-C and Natalie A. Masco, DNP, RN, FNP-C

Examining the Phases of the Community-Based Collaborative Action Research Framework Through an Unfolding Case Study Norma Krumwiede, EdD, RN; Stacey Ann Van Gelderen, DNP, RN; and Kelly Krumwiede, PhD, RN

Conducting Research Within a Somali Refugee Community Jane M. Dyer, PhD, MBA, MS, BS, CNM

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 7

Session: H 16 Scientific Session

Transforming Research Into Nursing Practice Advanced Practice Nursing Models of Care: Results From a National United States Survey Ruth M. Kleinpell, RN, PhD, FAAN, FAANP

How to Critically Appraise Systematic Reviews in Order to Inform Clinical Decision Making Susan Buchholz, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, FAANP

Self-Reporting of Health Perceptions Among Former Uranium Workers, Their Families and Decendants Living in Rural Settings Harold William Smith, PhD

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Tuesday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 8

Session: H 17 Scientific Session

Nursing Scholarship and Our Potential Impact Innovative Teaching/Learning Strategies for Healthcare Education Gayle Taylor, EdD, MSN, RNC, CNL, CCE

The Interrelationship of Nursing Leadership and Healthy STTI Chapters Linda A. Streit, RN, PhD

Global Scholarship: The Challenges for Nursing and the Value of STTI

Elizabeth Anne Rosser, DPhil, MN, DipRM, DipNEd, RN, RM; Ann L. Bevan, PhD, MScN, RN, RSCN; Vanora Hundley, BN, MSc, PhD, RN, RGN, RM, FHEA; and Janet M. E. Scammell, DNSci, MSc (Nsg), BA (SocSci), DipNEd, RGN, SCM, RNT (1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 9

Session: H 18 Scientific Session

Researching Practice Changes in Patients With HIV/AIDS Systematic Review of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Knowledge Measurement Instruments Used on the Arabian Peninsula Maram Alghabbashi, BSN, MSN, RN and Barbara J. Guthrie, PhD, RN, FAAN

Do Nurses Know the TB and HIV/AIDS Policies They are Expected to Implement? A Case of Health Facilities in a Rural Sub-District of the Western Cape Deliwe Rene Phetlhu, PhD, MHS, BA, RN, RM

10:00-11:15 a.m.

(1000-1115) Level 2, Copperleaf 10

Session: H 19 Scientific Session

Exploring Cultural Diversity in Maternal-Child Health How African-American Nulliparous Women Construct Birth Marianne Frances Moore, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNM

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Reproductive Knowledge and Their Ability to Teach Their Daughters About Reproductive Changes Yenupini Joyce Adams, BSN, RN and Adejoke B. Ayoola, PhD, RN

Cultural Diversity in Childbirth Practices in a Rural Community in Southern Nigeria

Ekpoanwan E. Esienumoh, PhD, MPH, BSc, RN/RM, FWACN; Idongesit I. Akpabio, PhD, MSc, MPA, BSc, RN/RM, FWACN; Josephine B. Etowa, RN, PhD; and Heather Waterman, PhD, BSc, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 1

Session: H 22 Special Session

Special Session Preparing Future Nurses for Practice: Becoming a Teacher-Scholar Susan S. VanBeuge, DNP, MSN, BSN, BS, APRN, FNP-BC, CNE, FAANP

Sponsored by American Association of Colleges of Nursing This session is being offered to those individuals who are interested in pursuing a teaching position in nursing and want to know about the faculty role in higher education. We will review the concepts of working in academia to include the major areas required: teaching, research, and service. If an attendee is looking for a position as a new faculty or moving from the community college level to the research university focus, this session will focus on the expectations of a new and established faculty member in this endeavor from the perspective of the department/school of nursing to the university level. A trend in nursing education is to recruit faculty in clinical practice to teach at all levels to include baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate. Faculty coming from the clinical areas have strong skills in bedside nursing to independent clinical practice, and nurse executive leadership or researcher roles. Blending these strong skills to fit into the academic setting requires additional skill acquisition, mentorship of other nurse educators, and education preparation. Nurse educators in academia bring skills to the university setting in their own departments and to the university through committee work, leadership, and working with others through interprofessional collaboration activities. Academic nursing practice is broken down into three areas: teaching, research, and service. Teaching is one of the major areas of focus in academia where faculty are engaged in evidence-based delivery of teaching concepts and theory to students at every level. Depending on the setting, teaching may be the main focus of the role of a faculty member or secondary to research. In the area of nursing research, those interested in this area develop their own focus of research supported by grant funding, either internally or externally. Faculty who pursue this area will devote great time to the research process. Service is also an important piece of the academic role. Service may include the faculty clinical practice to maintain licensure and clinical proficiency, participation in committee work, or service to the community. This session will highlight how the role fits from the micro level within the School of Nursing to the macro level of the University.

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Tuesday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 2

Session: H 23 Scientific Session

Transitions in Nursing A Focused Ethnography: Nurses Transitioning to a Nursing Specialty Mary A. Brinkman, PhD, RN, CNOR

The Registered Nurse Exchange Program

Tangee Pruitt, MHSA; Pamela Petto, MEdHRD, BSN, RN; and Renee Roberts-Turner, MSN, DHA, RN, NEBC, CPHQ

Challenges With Nurse Licensing and Mobility Linda McGillis Hall, PhD, MNSc, RN, FAAN, FCAHS

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 3

Session: H 24 Scientific Session

Respiratory Related Illness and Care Fewer Ventilator Days With Dexmedetomidine Use for Patients Difficult to Extubate Implementation Study Susan Becker, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNS, CCRN, CCNS

The Impact of Various Influences on Self-Management of Adult African-Americans With Asthma James Daniel Holland, PhD, MSN, RN, CNL, RRT, RCP

Evaluating Self Care Management Skills Among Adult Asthmatics: A Randomized Controlled Study Varalakshmi Manchana, MSN, RN, RM, RPHN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 4

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Session: H 25 Scientific Session

Translating Cardiovascular Research Into Practice Cardiovascular Health Gender Disparities: The Pathway to Policy

Tammy C. Lu, BSN, RN; Nicole J. Wollard, BSN, RN; Eric T. Tobin, BSN, RN; Diane M. Solic, MSN, RN, ACNSBC, CPAN, CAPA; and Joseph F. Burkard, DNSc, MSNA, BSN, RN, CRNA

Enhancing the Clinical Patient Care of Adults With Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) by Understanding Family Planning Decisions in This Population Kathryn A. Osteen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Education as a Heart Failure Intervention: What Providers Taught Patients in One Hospital Setting Theresa D. Galakatos, MSW, MSN, DNP, PhD, RN

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 5

Can Informatics and Technology Work for Your Students and Patients? Video Recorded Versus Instructor Proctored Evaluation for Student Check-Offs: Second Pilot Benjamin A. Smallheer, PhD, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CCRN

Session: H 26 Scientific Session

Improving Population Health Through Interprofessional Leadership: The Case for a Professional Practice Model

10:00-11:15 a.m.

Research Related to End-of-Life

(1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 6

Session: H 27 Scientific Session

Melanie Brewer, DNSc, MS, BSN, FNP-BC, FAANP; Maria O’Rourke, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Jeffrey Francis, BSN, RN

Good Death as Perceived by the Critically Ill Patient’s Family Members Wanlapa Kunsongkeit, PhD, RN

The Use of Religious and Spiritual Coping Strategies by Parents After a Child’s ICU Death Dawn Marie Hawthorne, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Exploring the Factors That Influence the Interprofessional Delivery of Palliative Care in LongTerm Care Facilities Kathryn A. Pfaff, PhD, MSc, BScN, RN; Jean Echlin, MSc, BSN, RN; and Lisa A. Hamilton

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Tuesday Schedule 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 7

Session: H 28 Scientific Symposium

Symposium Cognitive-Behavioral Skills Building to Promote Healthy Lifestyle Behavior Change in Adolescents and Their Parents

Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; Stephanie A. Kelly, PhD, FNP-C; and Diana L. Jacobson, PhD, RN, PNP-BC

Evidence to Support Adolescents as Healthy Lifestyle Behavior Change Agents for Their Families Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN

Evidence of Cognitive-Behavioral Skill Use After a Physical and Mental Health Promotion Intervention (COPE for TEEN) “Real World” Adolescent Intervention Research Meets Randomized Controlled Trial Methodology: Lessons Learned Diana L. Jacobson, PhD, RN, PNP-BC

10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115) Level 3, Starvine 10

Session: H 29 Special Session

10:00-11:15 a.m.

Special Session Wartime Nurse Heroes Recognition

William T. Campbell, EdD, MS, RN; Evelyn R. Hayes, PhD, MPH, FNP-BC; Patricia D’Antonio, MSN, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Doris T. Lippman, BSN, MeD, MA, EdD, APRN-BC, RN, FAAN Over the centuries, nations have engaged in conflicts that have often resulted in massive physical and emotional injuries. Warriors have fought with bravery and courage. Their sacrifices have generally been recognized and honored. However, equally courageous nurses have played a major role in preservation of life and comfort. Although these brave nurses have asked little in return for their service, it is crucial that they receive the recognition and honor so justly deserved. Over the history of nursing many military and civilian volunteer nurses have risked their lives for their patients and their profession during times of conflict. While each of these individuals served as nurses and delivered nursing care to their patients in their localized conflict, each of them impacted others throughout their global region, and their service is an example of selfless sacrifice and leadership globally for all of us. At the 2013 STTI House of Delegates a call was issued to establish a taskforce to investigate how best to recognize and honor these “nurse heroes.” This Special Session is a small part of this recognition of these remarkable nurses from around the globe and throughout history. In this session nurse historians will introduce the topic and the need for international recognition, as well as the history of the STTI presidential call. A brief representative discussion, led by members of the STTI Wartime Nurse Heroes Task Force, will highlight the sacrifice of a few representative nurses from around the world and from STTI’s global regions.

Poster Viewing Session 2E

(1000-1115) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

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Stephanie A. Kelly, PhD, FNP-C


Tuesday Schedule 11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Poster Session 2 Removal

(1115-1300) (Poster assignments are listed on pages 142-152. Poster floor layouts are available on pages 140-141.)) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 2

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by the National League for Nursing

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters

Sponsored by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Candidate Poster Display Removal

11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

House of Delegates Session 1 and Delegate Briefing

(1115-1300) Level 1, Pinyon Ballroom 1 (1130-1530) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

4:00-6:00 p.m.

(1600-1800) Level 3, Senna Boardroom

The House of Delegates Session 1 will include business of the House and election voting. Lunch will be provided to certified delegates.

Parliamentarian Office Hours The honor society’s parliamentarian, Colette Collier Trohan, will be available during this time to answer delegates’ questions about parliamentarian procedure for making a motion, including nomination of a candidate for elected office from the floor of the House of Delegates.

BOARD LEADERSHIP

INSTITUTE 2016 Nurse leaders are joining forces to ensure that patient care has a voice in the boardroom. Join us for the 2016 Board Leadership Institute to learn more about the importance of nurses being on boards. Agenda items include: • Nurses on boards: the importance of your voice • Are you ready to be on a board? • Who organizations are looking for • Board structures and operations • Exploring boards • Case studies • CEO/board relationships • Key next steps

SAVE THE DATE AUGUST 18-19, 2016 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA “The institute went beyond my expectations … Informative with a great balance of aspirational skills, reality testing of current board situations, and personal narrative to help create a path.”

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Beta Psi Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International Celebrating 40 years of nursing leadership, research and collaboration in Oregon!

Thank you, members! Delta Omega Chapter is proud that Barbara A. Brunt, MA, MN, RN-BC, NE-BC is being recognized as the 2015 recipient of the STTI Founders Award â&#x20AC;&#x2022; Dorothy Garrigus Adams Award for Excellence in Fostering Professional Standards

Delta Omega Chapter just received its 12th Chapter Key Award.


Wednesday Schedule Wednesday, 11 November 2015 7:00-8:00 a.m.

Coffee Break Service

7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Registration

8:00 a.m. (0800)

Sigma Theta Tau International Marketplace

8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

House of Delegates Session 2

(0700-0800) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer (0700-1500) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom Foyer

The STTI Marketplace will close Please stop by to view and purchase STTI apparel, books, jewelry, chapter products, and other gifts. one hour after the close of the House of Delegates. Level 3, Juniper Ballroom 1 (0800-1500) Level 3, Ironwood Ballroom

The House of Delegates Session 2 will include election results, business of the House, and the installation and transition of elected designates. Lunch will be provided to certified delegates.

3:00-4:00 p.m.

2015-2017 Governance Committee Orientation

3:00-4:00 p.m.

2015-2017 Leadership Succession Committe Orientation

4:30-5:30 p.m.

2015-2017 Regional Chapters Coordinating Committee Orientation

(1500-1600) Level 3, Starvine 12 (1500-1600) Level 3, Starvine 13

W E D N E S D AY S C H E D U L E

(1630-1730) Level 3, Starvine 9

Dean Antonia M. Villarruel and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing community congratulate Sigma Theta Tau International Award Winner

Dr. Afaf I. Meleis 2015 Nell J.Watts Lifetime Achievement in Nursing

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Faculty Professional Role Development Program These webinars on demand will assist tenure- and nontenure-track faculty in achieving career goals that lead to promotion and/or tenure. The webinars on demand are: Scholarship of Teaching Part I Heidi Mennenga, PhD, RN Lois Tschetter, EdD, RN, CNE, IBCLC

Showcasing the Scholarship of Practice, Community Service and Engagement Mary Fisher, PhD, RN, CNAA-BC

Scholarship of Teaching Part II Lois Tschetter, EdD, RN, CNE, IBCLC Heidi Mennenga, PhD, RN

Preparing for Promotion on the Clinical Track Wendy Barr, PhD, RN, CNE

Scholarship of Teaching Part III James Fain, PhD, RN, BC-ADM, FAAN Scholarship of Research Norma Cuellar, PhD, RN, FAAN

Creating a Professional Portfolio Debbie Nogueras, PhD, MSN, ANP/FNP-BC Grantwriting Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN Mark J.F. Haykowski, PhD

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YOU COULD WIN! Visit the Marketplace in Juniper Ballroom 1 on level 3 to enter the daily drawing for your chance to win these Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) products.

SATURDAY: Business card holder SUNDAY: A Nurseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Dissertation or Capstone MONDAY: Pearl drop necklace TUESDAY: Quarter zip sweatshirt

See these items and other STTI merchandise in the Marketplace!

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NEW!

ETHICS AND LEADERSHIP CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES Health Care Ethics Certificate Program

Six Courses + Pre- and Post-Assessments + 22 Case Studies

Become the voice of the ethics-articulate nurse and create an ethically responsible nurse-patient relationship, unit, team, and organization. Written by more than 40 authors from around the world, this program focuses on ethics in clinical practice, ethical decision making, and the role of facility ethics committees in patient-care environments. Purchase the entire program and explore 22 case studies to enhance your knowledge. Courses available for separate purchase. CNE Awarded: 52.5

Health Care Leadership Program Seven Courses + Pre-and Post-Assessments

It can be overwhelming to stay abreast of current trends in clinical practice while supervising staff effectively and reducing turnover. The Health Care Leadership Program is created for experienced managers or those considering certification. The curriculum was developed based on the Graduate-Level QSEN Competencies, the AACN Competencies, and Curricular Expectations for Clinical Nurse Leader Education and Practice. Course topics focus on financial management, human resources strategies, performance improvement, and more. Courses available for separate purchase. CNE Awarded: 53.1 Sigma Theta Tau International is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Speakers Bureau is a free resource to professional organizations and chapters that provides nursing expertise on a wide range of nursing and health-related topics. The STTI Speakers Bureau allows you to locate a speaker by name, topic, or specialty. Each speaker has a profile containing his or her contact and specialty information to help you find the best fit for your organization’s needs.

Become a Speaker Amanda J. Chaney, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC

Simply complete an online registration form and upload a résumé or curriculum vitae. To become a speaker, you must be a current STTI member and have an unencumbered RN or APRN license.

WWW.STTISPEAKERSBUREAU.NET


SIGN IN TO “MY MEMBERSHIP” AT MEMBERSHIP.NURSINGSOCIETY.ORG TO MANAGE YOUR MEMBERSHIP EXPERIENCE! In addition to renewing, you will be able to: • Print your membership card • Find continuing nursing education credits • Update contact information • Manage your demographics • Change your STTI password • Donate to the Foundation and more! You will sign in using your email address on file with STTI, and your STTI password. Your STTI password was created by you at the time of induction, but your seven-digit member number will always work as a password.


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Poster Session 1 Poster Session 1 presentations may be viewed on Level 1 in Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Level 3 in Juniper Ballroom 2 on Saturday, 7 November and Sunday, 8 November. PLEASE NOTE: Posters are identified by the number listed below.

Saturday, 7 November

CA1.9 Eight Infernal Generals

Chin-Nu Lin, PhD, MSN, MA, RN

CA1.10 Use of Public Murals to Impact Perceptions of Strength-Training among Elder Latinas with Diabetes Adrienne S. Martinez-Hollingsworth, MSN, RN, PHN

CA1.11 Reflecting on Reflections to Discover Myself as a Leader Ladonna Michelle McClave, MSN, BSN, RN

Poster Viewing Session 1A 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630)

CA1.12 Image of a Nurse: 8th Graders’ Perception Abigail Mitchell, DHEd, MSN, RN, CNE

CA1.13 Engaging Pre-Nursing Students into an Awareness of Nursing as an Art Form: Using iPad Technology

Sunday, 8 November

Elizabeth Nix, PhD, MSN, APRN-BC, ET. CDE

Poster Viewing Session 1B 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (1100-1215)

CA1.14 Ribbons of Hope

Kristy L. Oden, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, APRN, FNP-BC

Poster Viewing Session 1C 4:00-5:15 p.m. (1600-1715)

CA1.15 Poetic Analysis of Perceptions of Newly Graduated Nurses Regarding Their Experiences of Academic Incivility between and among Nursing Students in Undergraduate Nursing Education

Poster presentations are listed in numerical order and then alphabetically by first author’s last name.

Tatiana K. Penconek, MN, BScN, BSc, RN

CA1.16 What’s Your Major?

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Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters (CA)

Crystal Scott, BSN

CA1.17 Using Images to Examine Student Nurse Perspectives about Acute Care Nursing, Community Health Nursing and Mental Health Nursing

CA1.1 The Effects of Age, Ethnicity, Sexual Dysfunction, Urinary Incontinence, Masculinity, and Relationship with the Partner on a Quality of Life of Men with Prostate Cancer

Lori E. Steffen, MA, BSN, RN, PHN and Vicky Larson, PhD, RN, CNE

Suha Ballout, PhD, RN

CA1.18 The Art of Poetic Construction in Narrative Analysis: Representing Rural Malawaian Women’s Experiences of Polygamy

CA1.2 Divers-Abilities: Just a Part of the Everyday World

Melissa Schwartz Beck, PhD, MSN, BSN, RNC-OB and Cheryl Vinard Elhammoumi, MSN, BSN, BA, RN, CCRN

April L. Yerges, BSN, RN, CPN; Patricia E. Stevens, RN, PhD, FAAN; and Lance S. Weinhardt, PhD, MS

CA1.3 Improvements to the Hospital Wide BCMA Process through the Collaborative Efforts of the Nursing and Pharmacy Departments

Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters (CLIN PST 1)

Theresa Farrell, AAS, RN

CL1.1

CA1.4 Living not Dying

Ali Marie Galindo, MSN, ARNP, ARNP-FP

CA1.5 Creative Expression as a Self-Care Strategy for Nurses Working with Women Who Have Experienced Emotional or Physical Violence

Cherie S. Adkins, PhD, RN

CL1.2

Linda R. Garner, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, APHN-BC, CHES

A Review of the Literature: The Relationship between the Playground Environment and Physical Activity Levels of Children

Ipuna E. Black, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

CA1.6 The Use of Art in the Classroom and Labs to Teach Medical Surgical Nursing Students

CL1.3

James Daniel Holland, PhD, MSN, RN, CNL, RRT, RCP

Alejandra Leija Mendoza, BS; Kerena Hernandez, BSN, RN; Raul Castillo Vargas, MSN, RN; Maria de los Angeles Villarreall-Reyna, PhD, RN; Nancy Griselda Pérez Briones, MSN; and Osvaldo Telles, RN

Relationships between Ryodoraku Measurements and Lifestyle, Based on the Concepts of Oriental Medicine

Shu Chun Chien, RN, PhD; Toshie Yamamoto, PhD, RN, PHN; Takashi Matumoto, MSN; Yoshiko Wazumi, PhD, RN; Akiko Nagata, MN, RN; and Fusako Kawabe, PhD, RN

CA1.7 Prevalence of Chronic Diseases in Adults of a Community

CA1.8 Creative Reflections

Teaching Nursing Care for Those With Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities: A Service-Learning Format

CL1.4

Factors Influencing Health-Related Quality of Life in Thai Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Sirinya Chumtem, MSN, RN; Chanokporn Jitpanya, PhD, MSN, RN; and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

Kristina L. Leyden, PhD, AP RN, FNP-BC

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Poster Session 1 Cervical Tuberculous Lymphadenitis in a BCG Vaccinated Child

Sandra Cecilia Esparza Gonzalez, PhD; Pedro Enrique Trujillo-Hernandez, RN; Angeles Villarreal-Reyna, PhD; and Mauricio Salinas, PhD

CL1.6

Use of SBAR Tool to Improve Nurse-Physician Communications

Christina E. Gresh, MSN, BSN, RN

CL1.7

Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) Intensivists: A Model for Generating Potential Revenues and Cost-Effective Healthcare Delivery in the ICU

Frank Guido-Sanz, PhD, ARNP, ANP-BC

CL1.8

Computer Gaming to Improve Learning Outcomes in Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Deborah Ann Halliday, MSN, RN

CL1.9

Participating in the Graduate Nurse Education Demonstration Project: The Students’ View

Robert Gordon Hanks, Jr., PhD, MSN, BSN, RN and Cheryl D. Loudd, MHA

CL1.10 Using an Instructional Design Model to Develop a Framework to Guide Leadership in Nursing Education M. Anne Longo, PhD, MBA, RN-BC, NEA-BC

CL1.11 Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention: A Clinical Practice Review Yeow Chye Ng, PhD, MSN, BSN, BSE, RN, FNP-BC, NP-C, NRCME, AAHIVE and Rebecca M. Gaines, BSN, MSN, RN, FNP-BC

CL1.12 Nurse-Technology vs. Nurse-Patient Relationships: Implications for Education, Practice and Nursing’s Future Patricia A. O’Malley, PhD, RN, CNS, CCRN emeritus

CL1.13 Assisting Haiti Nurse Educators in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with Strategies to Expand Their Nursing Knowledge and Practice

Ellen L. Palmer, PhD, RN and Becky M. Baird, MS, RN, RNBC, CNE, CMSRN

CL1.14 Transformational Teams: Examining the Relationship of Nursing Teamwork to Patient Outcomes Debbie J. Rahn, MSN, EdD, RN, FABC

CL1.15 Pigs Feet and Dishpan Hands: Interactive Nurse Practitioner Education Lisa R. Roberts, DrPH, MSN, FNP, RN

CL1.16 Clinical Faculty Debrief: Bridging the Gap for Clinicians New to Education

Mary Ann Sedlacek, MSN, RN and Terry R. Brennan, MSN, RN, APN, FNP-BC

CL1.17 Changing a Clinical Nursing Unit Culture to Include Nursing Research as Part of Nursing Care

Pamela C. Spigelmyer, PhD, RN, CNS; Christine Broscious, RN, CRRN, CMT; and Diane Breckenridge, PhD, MSN, RN, ANEF

CL1.18 Moral Distress in South African Professional Nurses: Instrument Development Richelle Van Waltsleven, PhD, MCur, BSocSc, RN

CL1.19 Using 3-Dimensional Simulation in Nursing Education Renee R. Wright, EdD, RN

CL1.20 Influencing Today’s Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Students for Practice Tomorrow Stephanie T. Wynn, DNP, RN

Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters (ENFLA) EN1.1 Launch of an Interdisciplinary Poverty Simulation

Terry Delpier, DNP, RN, CPNP; Karen H. Morin, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; and Karen L. Carlson, PhD, RN

EN1.2 Engagement of Clinical Teaching Faculty in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: What Really Occurred Karen Gorton, PhD, MS, MSN, BS, BSN, RN, ATC

EN1.3 Leading Change in Admission and Progression Requirements to Promote Retention in a Pre-Licensure BSN Program Deborah A. Greenawald, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE; Zane Wolf, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Suzanne Prevost, PhD, RN, COI

EN1.4 Developing Telehealth-Focused Advanced Practice Nurse Educational Partnerships

Shelley Hawkins, PhD, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC, GNP, FAANP; Donna M. Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE; and Debra Lyon, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, PMHNP, FAAN

EN1.5 Enhancing Care of Vulnerable Populations through Development of a Holistic Model to Evaluate Interprofessional Education Rebecca Lee, PhD, MSN, BSN, BS, ADN, RN, PHCNS-BC, CTN-A; Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Carol L. Huston, DPA, MSN, RN, FAAN

EN1.6 An Innovative Approach to Mentoring Newly Hired Nurse Educators Greta I. Marek, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

EN1.7 Leadership Development through Journal Editing

JoAnn S. Oliver, PhD, RN, CNE; Sandra M. Underwood, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Pamela Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF

EN1.8 Interprofessional Education and Collaboration from the Students’ Points of View Pennie Sessler Branden, PhD, APRN, CNM, RN

EN1.9 Development of a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Major at Duke University School of Nursing

Kathryn Trotter, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNM, FNP-C, FAANP; Anne Moore, DNP, WHNP/ANP, FAANP; and Clarann Weinert, SC, PhD, MA, MS, BSN, RN, FAAN

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters (EBP PST 1) EB1.1 The Psychometric Properties of the Portuguese Version of the Adolescent Pediatric Pain Tool (APPT-PT) in Children with Cancer Luís Manuel Cunha Batalha, Sr., PhD

EB1.2 The Effect of a Nurse Centered Foot Care Protocol on Nurse Competency and Confidence Monique Batchelor, MSN, RN, CFCN

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Poster Session 1 EB1.3 Developing Consistency in Capstone Preceptorship

EB1.17 The Effectiveness of Simulation in Increasing Nursing Student’s Knowledge Regarding Their Role in Adverse Drug Events in an Undergraduate Medical-Surgical Theory Course

Cynthia J. Bowers, MSN, RN, CNE

EB1.4 Patient Medication Education: It’s Impact on the Discharged Medical/Surgical Patient

Elizabeth A. Tinnon, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE and Rebecca H. Newton, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CHSE

Cathleen D. Butenewicz, MSN, BSN, RN-BC

EB1.5 Skin to Skin Bonding: Maternal Infant Nursing is Fun! Felicitas T. Cacal, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM and Laura L. Peters, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM

EB1.6 Utilizing Mobile Technology to Engage the Comprehensive Care Community for Chronic Disease Management Mischa Dick, MS, MBA and Marjorie Green, BS, MS

Kim R. Hinds, DNP, MS, BSN, BSEd, RN, CNE

EB1.8 Eliciting the Childs’ Voice in Patient Experience

Pamela Hinds, PhD, RN, FAAN and Mia K. Waldron, MSNEd, RN-BC, CPN

EB1.9 Effects of Music and Movement on Aggression in Hospitalized Individuals with Schizophrenia: A Literature Review

Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters (GNLA) GN1.1 A Changed Approach in the Management of Chronic Non-Cancer Pain in Older Adults Lisa R. Binns-Emerick, MSN, RN, GNP-C; Mary Beth Lepczyk, MSN, ACNS-BC, ANP-C; and Claudia J. Beverly, PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN

POSTER SESSION 1

Rhonda R. Davis, MSN, BSN, RN, F-GNLA; Claudia J. Beverly, PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN; and Tina M. Savdoval, MBA, BSN, RN

EB1.10 An Increase in the Number of Nurses with Baccalaureate Degrees is Linked to Lower Rates of Mortality and Improved Patient Outcomes

Kristen Magnuski, BSN, RN-BC; Katherine Connelly, BSN, RN, CCRN; and Nancy Ricciardi, BSN, RN

EB1.11 Utilizing Simulation in Nursing Education to Develop Confidence and Diminish Anxiety in Clinical Practice

Dana R. Martin, DNP, RN; Susan Furr, DNP, RN; Martha Hains Bramlett, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; and Rachel W. Cozort, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

EB1.12 SOS...“I Need Help” Seminar of Success for Struggling Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Online Nursing Students

Melissa D. Myers, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE, CPN and Virginia L. Hall, DNP, MSN/Ed, BSN, RN, CNE

EB1.13 The DEU and Effect on Self-Efficacy, Part II

Katrina A. Pyo, PhD, RN, CCRN; Lynn E. George, PhD, RN, CNE; and Lisa Wetmore Locasto, DNP, RN

EB1.14 Assessing Interprofessional Competencies in an Asynchronous, Online Environment: A Roadmap to Success

GN1.3 Preparing the Workforce to Care for Older Adults

Jennifer L. DeClercq, MSN, RN-BC, FGNLA; Lisa A. Imlay, MSN, RN; and Nelma B. Crawford Shearer, PhD

GN1.4 Leadership with Intention and Impact

Heidi K. Holmes, BA, BscN, MScN, RN, GNC(C), FGNLA; Veronique Boscart, RN, MScN, MEd, PhD; and Deborah Cleeter, EdD, MSN, RN

GN1.5 GNLA Leadership Journey: Community Resource Group Project: A Mississippi (MS) Community Initiative Christie J. Robbins, FNP-C, RN, AANP, FGNLA

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters (LDR PST 1) LD1.1 Innovation in Action: How to Design a New Graduate Float Pool Kristen Jean Brown, MSN, BSN, BA, RN, CPN

LD1.2 Scaling Up Nurse Education: An Evaluation of a National PhD Capacity Development Programme in South Africa

Heidi C. Sanborn, MSN, RN, CCRN

EB1.15 Implementing a Reverse Case Study Interactive Design in the Classroom Setting

Shiu-Hao Tai, MSN, RN and Hui Mei Huang, MSN, RN

EB1.19 The Quality of Life Matters: The Benefits of Ethnic Nursing Homes for Ethnic Elders

GN1.2 A Nurse Leader’s Journey to Improve Geriatric Outcomes in the Acute Care Setting

Deborah J. Lassiter, MSN, RN

EB1.16 The Effectiveness of the Chin-Down Posture in the Improvement of Dysphagia in Stroke Patients

Judith A. Vessey, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN; Amanda J. Lulloff, MS, RN; and Rachel DiFazio, PhD, RN, FAAN

Ying L. Wohlberg, MSc, BSN, RN

EB1.7 The Impact of a Standardized Handoff Tool on Student Communication in the Clinical Setting

Benjamin A. Smallheer, PhD, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CCRN

EB1.18 Evaluation of the Pedi-CSI (Clinical Safety Investigation) Video Vignettes

Judith C. Bruce, PhD, RN, RM; F. Mavis Mulaudzi, DLittetPhil, RN, RM; Catherine Comiskey, PhD; Anne Matthews, PhD, RN, RM; Charmaine Williamson, PhD; and Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN

LD1.3 Leading in Education, Practice and Research: DNP and PhD Teams Elizabeth A. Carlson, PhD, RN

LD1.4 Outcomes of Participation in a Nurse Externship Program Lourdes Maria Casao, PhD, RN-BC, FNP

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Poster Session 1 Konstance I. Cook-Withers, PhD (Hon), MSN-Ed (Informatics), PHN

LD1.6 Implementing a Capstone Course as a Means for Assessing Program Outcomes

Nancy C. Falvo, PhD, MSN, BSN and Laurie Bladen, PhD, MBA/HCM, RN

LD1.7 Faculty Attitudes toward Interprofessional Eduation and Teamwork

Jodie C. Gary, PhD, RN and Regina Bentley, EdD, MSN, RN

LD1.8 Promoting Interprofessional Collaboration, Global Health Awareness and Leadership Skills through International Service-Learning

Janice E. Hawkins, MSN, BSN, RN and Chrisitine A. Sump, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

LD1.9 Bringing the Theory of Leadership and Research into Practice Shannon Lanctot-Shah, MSN, BSN, RN and Susan P. Hackett, MN, BSN, RN

LD1.10 Forensic Psychiatric Nursing: Promoting Collaboration between Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and Forensic Psychiatry Liberty Olive Macias, MSN, RN-BC, CFN

LD1.11 Evaluation of a Psychoeducation Practitioner Training Program (PPTP): A One-Group, Pre-Test/Post-Test Study M. Matsuda, PhD, RN and A. Kono, PhD, RN

LD1.12 Nurses’ Faith and Its Impact on the Provision of the Spritual Component of Holistic Care to Patients in Oncology Sarah M. Miller, MSN, RN

LD1.13 From Patient Advocacy to Political Advocacy Dale M. Mueller, EdD, MSN, MS, RN

LD1.14 From MDG’s to SDG’s: Nursing’s Role in Development through 2030 Daniel Oerther, PhD, PE, BCEE

LD1.15 How Nurses and Engineers May Contribute to Improved Global Nutrition

Daniel Oerther, PhD, PE, BCEE and Sarah E. Oerther, MSN, MEd, BSN, RN

LD1.16 Preceptorship: Exploring the Experiences of Student Nurses in a Hospital Setting

Paweena Oumtanee, RN and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

LD1.17 Global Nursing Professional Migration: Addressing the Issue of Communication and Transition through Utilization of On-Line Education and Virtual Internships

Brandon H. Parkyn, MSN, RN, CCRN and Klaudia J. Lewis, MSN, RN

LD1.18 Nurse Executives and Leaders: A Customized Advanced Nursing Leader Model for Professional Development Roberta P. Pawlak, PhD, RN, NEA-BC and Barb Pinekenstein, MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS

LD1.19 Policy and Practice: Rapid Health Impact Assessment (HIA) as a Leadership Tool Roberta P. Pawlak, PhD, RN, NEA-BC and Barb Pinekenstein, MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS

LD1.20 Collaborative Practice Revisited: Compassion as the Missing Antecedent

Kathryn A. Pfaff, PhD, MSc, BScN, RN; Ada Markaki, PhD, APRN-BC; Jean Echlin, MSc, BSN, RN; and Lisa A. Hamilton

LD1.21 Academic Integrity: It’s More Than Not Cheating Deborah A. Raines, PhD, EdS, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF

LD1.22 Doctoral Education in Nursing: A Polish Perspective Lena Serafin, MSN, BSN, RN; Anna Doboszynska, PhD, MD; and Ewa Kadalska, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

LD1.23 The Value of the DNP (Doctorate of Nursing Practice) in Nursing Education Cari S. Simpson, DNP, MSN, BA, RN, CNE and Diane A. Anderson, DNP, MSN, RN, CNE

LD1.24 Post Doctoral Career Pathway through Collaboration across Continents

Katri Vehviläinen-Julkunen, PhD, RN, RM; Tarja Kvist, PhD, MSN, RN; and Paula R. Sherwood, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, FAAN

Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Invited Posters (MCH) MC1.1 Improving Exclusive Breastfeeding by Changing Hospital Practices

Brittney M. Baird, MSN, RN, RNC-OB, C-EFM; Gwendolen Wheeler, MSN, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM; and Carla E. Rider, MBA, MSN, RNC-LRN

MC1.2 A Pilot Exploring Integration of a Home Visiting Public Health Nurse into a Pediatric Medical Home Team Katharine Joy Besch, BSN, MBA, RN and Lea Ann Miyagawa, MN, BSN, RN

MC1.3 Improving Oxygen Management in Very Low Birth Weight Neonates

Vania Blanc, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-NIC; Colleen Rodriguez, BSN, MHSA, RN, RNC-NIC; and M. Sharon Harris, MSN, RN, NEA-BC

MC1.4 Improving Developmental Care Provided by Patient Care Assistants to Prevent Developmental Regression during Acute Hospital Admission Ashley N. Davis, BSN, RN

MC1.5 Keeping Skin in the Game: Bringing Awareness to Neonatal Skin Injuries

Media S. Esser, MSN, BSN, RN, APNP, NNP-BC; Christine A. Schindler, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC/PC, WCC; and Patricia Clinton, PhD, MSN, BSN, IA, ARNP, CPNP

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LD1.5 Workforce Planning: Developing and Maintaining for National Health Security


Poster Session 1 MC1.6 Preterm Labor: Enhancing Assessment Competency and Reducing Variation among Telephonic Maternity Care Managers in a Managed Care Organization

NF1.3 Inspiring a Shared Vision for Interprofessional Education

MC1.7 Increasing Exclusive Breastfeeding Rates in a Predominantly African-American Patient Population

NF1.4 Faculty Leadership Development: Mentoring, Team Leadership, and Community

MC1.8 Implementation and Evaluation of Transitioning Newborns at the Bedside Maternal-Child Leadership Project

NF1.5 Building an Interprofessional Collaborative Education and Practice Model (ICEPM)

Laura A. Fennimore, DNP, RN; Kimberly C. Hite, MSN, RNCMNN; and Catherine Burns, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC ret., FAAN

Michelle L. Harrison, MSN, MBAHCM, RNC-OB; Diane L. Spatz, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN; and Florence Jones, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE

Karma Cassidy, PhD, MSN, RN; Laura C. Dzurec, PhD, MS, BS, RN, PMHCNS-BC, ANEF; and Carolyn A. Williams, BSN, MSN, PhD, FAAN

Alison H. Edie, DNP, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC; Bette A. Mariani, PhD, RN; Carol E. Winters, PhD, RN, CNE; and Elaine S. Marshall, RN

Terry L. Eggenberger, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, CNE

Shakira Henderson, DNP, MS, MPH, RNC-NIC, IBCLC; Sonya L. Clayton, MSN, RN, IBCLC, CCE; and Katheryn B. Arterberry, DNP, MSN, RN, APRN, FNP-BC

NF1.6 Preparing for Program Changes: Fostering Faculty and Staff Leadership Development Using a Business Case Model

MC1.9 A Novel Approach to Reduce Non-Emergent Visits through a Mentored Postnatal Education Program

Susan A. Hoffman, BSN, BA, RNC-MNN; Leigh Small, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, FNAP, FAANP, FAAN; and, Barbara L. Buchko, DNP, MS, BSN, RNC-MNN

MC1.10 Bereavement Program for the Perinatal Loss Patient and Family

POSTER SESSION 1

Sabre Ann Knaust, ADN, RN; Meredith Laine Green, MSN, BSN, AGCNS-BC, RN, APRN; and Julia Snethen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

MC1.11 Mama Care: An Innovative Care Model for Pregnant Women with a Prenatally Diagnosed Birth Defect

Jessica Schwarz, MSN, RN, CNM; Elizabeth Froh, PhD, RN; and Billie Bitowski, MSN, BSN, RN

MC1.12 Early Skin-to-Skin in the Operating Room Following Cesarean Birth

Jennifer L. Embree, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, NE-BC, CCNS; Nancy C. Sharts-Hopko, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Ainslie Nibert, RN, PhD, FAAN

NF1.7 Facilitating Individual Leadership Development and Advancing Communication through a Multidisciplinary Team Leadership Project Wyona M. Freysteinson, PhD, MN

NF1.8 Am I There Yet? My Journey to Becoming a Nurse Faculty Leader

Elaine C. Hardy, PhD, RN; Barbara Manz Friesth, PhD, RN; and Norma Martinez Rogers, PhD, RN

NF1.9 Shattering the Glass Ceiling for a Junior Nurse Leader Trisha Leann Horsley, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE; Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE; and Elizabeth Peter, PhD, RN

NF1.10 Promoting Leadership: The NFLA Experience

Tonia Squires, BSN, RN, IBCLC; Julia Snethen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; and Meredith Laine Green, MSN, BSN, AGCNSBC, RN, APRN

Erin E. Killingsworth, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Marilyn Oermann, PhD, MSN, BSN, FAAN; and Carol Winters, PhD, RN, CNE

MC1.13 The Golden Hour: Early Initiation of Breastfeeding

NF1.11 Faculty Mentoring of DNP Students

Brooke N. Swails, BSN, RN; Becky Palmer, RN, CNM, CEC, PCC, PNC (C), PhD; and Robyn K. Hale, PhD, RN

MC1.14 Field Birth: A Video Program and Resource Website for Care Providers of Newborns Delivered Outside of the Hospital Karen Lynne Wright, PhD, MSN, NNP-BC, RN

Nancy N. Manister, DNS, CNS, FNP-BC; Keville C. Frederickson, EdD, RN, FAAN; and D. Anthony (Tony) Forrester, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

NF1.12 Addressing Pain in Older Adults through an Interprofessional Lens Sharon R. Rainer, PhD, APRN-BC

Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters (NFLA)

NF1.13 Developing an Honors Program in Nursing through the NFLA Experience

NF1.1 From Clinical Practice to Leadership in Academia

Bimbola Fola Akintade, PhD, MBA, MHA, ACNP-BC, CCRN

NF1.2 Leadership Development through the Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (NFLA) and a Nurse Practitioner (NP) Education Project

Amita Avadhani, DNP, MSN, MA (Psych), BSN, DCC, ACNP, ANP, CCRN; RuthAnne Kuiper, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE, ANEF; and Barbara J. Patterson, PhD, RN, ANEF

Larry Slater, PhD, RN-BC, CCRN; Ellen B. Buckner, PhD, RN, CNE; and D. Anthony (Tony) Forrester, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

NF1.14 Evaluation of Clinical Adjunct Faculty, Clinical Teaching Partners (CTPs), and Internship Preceptors Educational Needs, Challenges, and Barriers Jennifer Titzer, DNP, RN; Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; and Barbara Manz Friesth, PhD, RN

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Poster Session 1 RS1.1 Probiotics for the Prevention of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections in Women: A Systematic Review

Kristina Elizabeth Abolins, MSN, FNP; Elizabeth Hope Beard, MSN, FNP-BC; Whitney Denae Cochran, MSN, FNPBC; and Carine M. D’Angelo, MSN, FNP

RS1.2 Traditional Versus iPad-Assisted Preoperative Education Liza Mathais Abraham, MSN, CRNP

RS1.3 Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Pre-Licensure Nurses Regarding Dementia Care: A Systematic Literature Review

Modupe F. Adewuyi, MSN, MPH, RN, APHN-BC,CHES

RS1.4 Expanding Their Perspectives: How Migrant Farmworker Women Navigate HIV-Related Intimate Partner Risk Cynthia Albarran, MS, BSN, RN, CNS

RS1.5 Super Utilizer Case Management Program with Nursing Students

Katharine H. Atwood, BA (THR), PEARS, BLS, CNA; Jessica C. Carroll, BA (BIO), BLS, PEARS; Laurel Edwards, PEARS, BLS; Tiffany Joy-Egly, BS (CrimJst), PEARS, ACLS, NREMT, BLS; Thuy Nguyen, PEARS, BLS; Melissa Naff, PEARS, BLS, CNA, COA, CMA; and Carly Schmidtlein, PEARS, BLS, CNA/ HHA

RS1.6 Got Stress? A Wellness Neuman Model Approach: Teambuilding between Upper and Underclassmen

Amy Jo Barnes; Whitney Beiswanger; Zoey Dressel; Mariah McMillen-Feasel; Abigail Pfaff; and Allissa Smith

RS1.7 Parent Satisfaction with School Health Delivery Models Sherri R. Becker, MSN, MBA, CSN, RN

RS1.8 Oral Sexual Activity and the Associated Health Disparities in College Aged Females in the United States: A Systematic Review Peggy Bergeron, MSN, RN

RS1.9 Depression among New Graduate Nurses Working in ICU and Medical-Surgical Units Valery Bessmertnyy and Keith Taylor

RS1.10 The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (BMGIM) for Caring of Oncology Patients: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review Varshika Manilal Bhana, MSN, BSN

RS1.11 Integration of Evidence for Genetic Risk of Abnormal Neurodevelopment in Preterm Infants Lisa M. Blair, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC; Rita H. Pickler, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Cindy M. Anderson, MSN, BSN, PhD, RN

RS1.14 The Virtual Construction of a Community that Normalizes Commercial Sexual Exploitation: A Mixed Methods Analysis Dawn Bounds, MSN, PMHNP-BC

RS1.15 Faculty Perception of Proposal to Increase Simulation Hours to 50% of Clinical Experience Stacey Marie Bowen, BSN, RN

RS1.16 Developing a Leadership Development Program

Melissa A. Burdi, MS, RN and Jill S. Walsh, DNP, MS, CEN

RS1.17 Nurse’s Perceptions of Family Dynamics in Caring for Children with Anorexia Nervosa: Reports of Care Experiences Lucy Camarena, BSN, RN

RS1.18 Peer Tutor Support of Diverse Learning Styles for PreLicensure Nursing Students in a Simulation Center Environment Caitlin Michele Camp

RS1.19 Animal Assisted Therapy Effects on Quality of Life

Jessica C. Carroll, BA (BIO), BLS, PEARS; Emily M. Amack, BLS, PEARS; Madeline P. Curry, BA (French), BLS, PEARS, CNA; Amber M. Cessarich, BLS, PEARS; and Jenny D. Beaver, BA (Marketing), PCT, BLS, PEARS

RS1.20 A Strategy to Preserve Family Integrity, Promote Patient and Family Centered Care and Simultaneously Support a Safe Hospital Environment for Overnight Visitation Donna M. Casey, BSN, MA, NE-BC, FABC

RS1.21 Exploring Adults’ Vigilance Behaviors within a Child’s Caregiving Cluster Kate K. Chappell, MSN, BSN, APRN, CPNP

RS1.22 The Effectiveness of Culturally-Focused Interventions in Increasing Satisfaction of Hospitalized Adult Asian Patients

Xing Lian Chen, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-BC; Diana Wint, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-BC; Millicent Alfred, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-BC; Karolina Ubogaya, DNP, MS, BS, RN, FNP-BC; and Priscilla Worral, PhD, RN

RS1.23 Compare and Contrast the Clinical Learning Experiences of Prelicensure Baccalaureate Nursing Students, in a Traditional Group Clinical, Preceptored Clinical and the DEU Model, Utilizing the Cles-T Evaluation Tool Lesley L. Connolly, BSN, RN

RS1.24 A Q Methodology Study of Operating Room Personnel’s Perceptions of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists

Rachel Marie Cooper, BSN, RN; Neil Schalliol Craney, BSN, RN; and Desiree Hensel, MSN, PhD, RN, PCNS-BC, CNE

RS1.12 An Evidenced-Based Approach to Fall Risk Assessment and Management in an Outpatient Imaging Center: Morse Fall Scale

RS1.25 Sister to Sister Surrogacy

RS1.13 Sexual Risk Outcomes of U.S. Adults Exposed to Parental Incarceration

RS1.26 Public Access to Naloxone: Provider Awareness and Prescribing Attitudes

Dalphany Blalock, MSN, BSN, RN

Samantha Boch, BA, BS, RN and Jodi Ford, PhD, RN

Diana A. Cullati, AS, CPR; Joey Regino, AS (GnrlSc), AS (LibArt), CPR, ACLS; and Lisa Ceynowa, BA (Eng), AA (SocBehSc), CPR

Kathryn L. Dambrino, BSN, RN

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Poster Session 1 RS1.27 Effects of Music Therapy on Pain of IV Insertion

RS1.41 Improving Nurse Engagement with Dedicated Education Units

Berenice De La Cruz-Escobedo, CMA, CNA

RS1.28 Cultural Competence in Hospice Care: Addressing the Needs of Staff and Volunteers

Kassandra Therese De La Pena, BLS, CNA; Mary Grace Valenzuela, BLS; Paul Tran Resulta, BLS; Daisy Lugtu Verry, CNA, BLS; Shellie Aparicio, BS, BLS; and Cori Wing Yee Lau, BLS

RS1.29 Opinions about Smoking Policies, Exposure to Secondhand Smoke, and Smoking Behaviors of Freshman College Students

RS1.45 Clinical Performance Evaluation Tool Assessment: Faculty and Student Perceptions

RS1.31 Skin Cancer and Tanning Bed Use in the Young Female Population Stephanie R. Dixon, BS

RS1.32 More Than Just Male Nurses: Initiating Sustainable Processes and Structures to Promote and Protect Gender Diversity among Nevada’s Male Nursing Workforce

RS1.46 Chronic Perceived Stress, Social Isolation, and Perceived Loneliness as a Symptom Cluster among Dementia Caregivers

POSTER SESSION 1

RS1.47 Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Emergency Department: A Quality Improvement Project

RS1.33 Facilitating Intent to Vaccinate, Knowledge, and Change in Vaccine Belief

Heather A. Krinock, MSN, MS, RN, CEN, ATC

Amy Z. Eby, MSN, RN, APN

RS1.34 A Rural Medically Underserved Community Breastfeeding Intervention in Pediatric Primary Care Deborah A. Dumphy, DNP, MS, BSN, AS, APRN, NP-C; Myra L. Clark, PhD, MS, BSN, APRN, NP-C; and Julie A. Thompson, PhD, RN

RS1.36 Transforming Forensic Care in Level-One Emergency Departments in Gauteng through Emancipatory Practice Development

RS1.48 Mindfulness-Based Interventions and Homework Interference with Cancer Patients Jacquelyn Tracy Krug, MA, BSN, BA, RN

RS1.49 Examination of the Effects of Interprofessional Collaboration on Health Care Provider and Team Productivity: An Important Consideration in Health Human Resources Planning

Kelly A. Lackie, MN, RN and Gail G. Tomblin Murphy, PhD, MN, BN, RN

Celia J. Filmalter, RN

RS1.37 Impact of Maternal Childhood Adversity on the Psycho-Neuroendocrine-Inflammatory Profile during Pregnancy Karen J. Kotz, MSN, BSN, RN, NNP-BC; Dina Tell Cooper, PhD, BA; Herbert L. Mathews, PhD; and Linda Witek Janusek, PhD, BS, RN, FAAN

RS1.50 Breast is Best: Increasing Healthcare Provider Knowledge and Confidence Emily A. Lee, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-C, CLC

RS1.51 End-Tidal Capnography Use by Registered Nurses in a Rural Appalachian Acute Care Hospital Andrew James Leslie, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, PHRN, CEN

RS1.38 Neonatal Resuscitation Program Cognitive Knowledge Acquisition Validation after Change in Instruction Method

Kathleen Gately Schortzmann, BSN, MSW, RN

Christopher P. Kemnitz, PhD, BSN, BS, AS, RN, PHN

Mariya Alekseyevna Kovaleva, BSN, RN; Sydney A. Spangler, PhD, MSN, CNM, RN; and Kenneth Hepburn, PhD

Derek S. Drake, MSN, RN, CNML, CNL

RS1.40 The Study of Emotional Intelligence of Registered Nurses in the Ambulatory Care Setting

RS1.43 Promotion of Perioperative Normothermia in Patients Undergoing General Anesthesia

Tracy K. Kaltenbacher, BSN, RN, ONC

Holly Nicole Dickson

April H. Ganz, BSN, RN, CEN

Sinead Impey, BA, BBs, BSc (Nursing), RGN

RS1.44 Secondary Prevention in Patients Admitted with Hip Fracture

RS1.30 R.E.D. Light: Putting a Stop to Human Trafficking by Assessing Nurses’ Awareness and Knowledge in Pensacola, FL

RS1.39 Effects of Experience Level of the Nurse on Triage Accuracy

RS1.42 The Limitations of Body Mass Index (BMI) as an Obesity Assessment Scale and the Implications for Practice: A Nursing Perspective

Cassie Marie Ishmael, DNP, CRNA

Haley E. DeYoung and Megan M. Eggert

Donna M. Fletcher, BSN, RNC-OB

Angela D. Heckman, MSN, RN, PHCNS, CNE

RS1.52 Reliability and Validity of the Willingness to Adopt Inclusive Teaching Strategies in Nursing Education Instrument Janet A. Levey, MSN, BSN, RN-BC, CNE

RS1.53 Activities of Daily Living in Residents of Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facilities: A Multilevel Analysis Wen Liu, MSN, BSN, RN; Jay Unick, PhD, MSW; Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP; and Barbara Resnick, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP

RS1.54 The Relationship between Knowledge, Intention and Self-Reported Use of Safer Sex Practices among Youth Aged 20-24 Years in Selected Districts in Botswana Mophuthi Liwambano, BNSc, RM, RN

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Poster Session 1 RS1.55 Food Differences among Hispanic Groups and Incidence of Type 2 Diabetes

RS1.68 Facilitation of Reflective Learning in Students to Enhance Student Support

RS1.56 The Effects of Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Participation in a Community-Wide Disaster Drill on Perception of Interprofessional Education in a Small, Rural College Setting

RS1.69 Collaborative Service Learning Project to Bring Theory into Practice in Cap Haitian, Haiti

Laura R. Madden, MSN, RN, CCRN

Peggy K. Naicker, MA (HlthSc), AdvDipNursEd, DipICU, BSoc (Nurs), RN, CCRN and Gisela H. Van Rensburg, DLittetPhil

Sandy Nelzy and Diana Mejia

RS1.57 Reasons for the Low Uptake of Adult Male Circumcision for the Prevention of HIV Transmission in Swaziland

RS1.70 The Potential Role of the Vagus Nerve in HIVAssociated Cognitive Disorders

RS1.58 Understanding Generational Diversity in Acute Care Facilities to Enhance Nurse Retention

RS1.71 Short Term Intervention Using the Paleolithic Diet to Prevent Progression from Prediabetes to Type 2 Diabetes in Those with HgA1c 5.7% or Higher

Charles Maibvise, MPH, MPhil, BSc (Hons) and T. R. Mavundla, PhD

Janice A. Martincavage, MSN, RN

RS1.59 Change Talk and Choice: Options for Tobacco Cessation in Primary Care

Virginia G. Massey-Holt, MSN, RN, NP-C; Joanie Jackson, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC; Jenny M. Holcombe, PhD; Anthony V. Dallas, MD; and Thomas H. Cook, PhD, RN, FNP

RS1.60 Pain Management Education for the Hospitalized Patient

Peggy J. Mazzeo, MSN, BSN, BS, RN and Linda E. Jensen, PhD, MN, RN

RS1.61 The Effect of Self-Reported Levels of Optimism on Blood Pressure in an Adult Population: A Pilot Study Christopher Ross McConnell

RS1.62 Does Medication Cost-Sharing Predict Emergency Room Use for Asthma? Blake Tyler McGee, BSN, MPH, RN

RS1.63 The Relationship between Nurse Education and Stroke Protocol Knowledge Melissa Dianne Mitchell, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, Sane-A

RS1.64 Competencies for Advanced Midwifery Practice in Malawi Isaac Mphande, BSN, RN, CNM

RS1.65 Increasing Access to Midwifery Care Services for Rural Women in Malawi Jessie Achsah Msuku, BSc (Nsg), CNM, RN/M

RS1.66 Improving Student Learning Outcomes by Utilizing an End-of-Life Nursing Simulation Scenario Carol B. Murch, MSN, BSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CHPN, CNE

RS1.67 The Effectiveness of a Chart Audit and Feedback Intervention to Improve Cardiology Provider Delivery of Heart Failure Self-Care Education Dorothy Murphy, MS, FNP-BC; Jennifer A. Mallow, PhD, FNP-BC; Emily Barnes, DNP, FNP-BC; and Dana Woody, MS, RN

William Chance Nicholson, MSN, RN-BC, PMHNPBC, PMHNP; David E. Vance, PhD, MGS; and Linda D. Moneyham, PhD, RN, FAAN

Chrystyne Olivieri, BSN, FNP-BC, CDE

RS1.72 Clinical Reasoning on an Assignment: Perceptions of Third Year Baccalaureate Nursing Students Karen Lynn Oostra, BN, BSc, RN; Barbara Astle, PhD, RN; and Heather Meyerhoff, MSN, RN

RS1.73 Homecare Nurses’ Experiences with Telemonitoring Systems Justin Palmer

RS1.74 Acute Pain Management: Impact of Opioid Tolerance Leveling on Patient, Provider, and System Outcomes Jill S. Payne, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, CNML, CENP

RS1.75 Effectiveness of a Kudos Program in Increasing Nursing Job Satisfaction

Crystal Pellam, BSN, RN and JoAnn D. Long, PhD, RN, NEA-BC

RS1.76 Effects of an Online Spiritual Care Educational Initiative on Pediatric Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Competence Cheryl L. Petersen, PhD, RN

RS1.77 Incorporating the Chronic Care Model to Improve Health Outcomes and Satisfaction

Marcia A. Potter, MSN, RN, FNP and Jill S. Walsh, DNP, MS, CEN

RS1.78 The Impact of Quality of Sleep on Academic Performance in University Students: A Cross-Sectional Study of Adults Heather Rochelle Raley, BSN

RS1.79 Treating Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in U.S. Children with Complimentary Alternative Medicine Therapies: How Effective are They? Amanda C. Raymundo, BSN, RN

RS1.80 Acupressure for Cancer Related Fatigue: Empowering Nurses in Symptom Management Victoria L. Reiser, BSN, RN

RS1.81 Evaluating Asthma in 3rd and 4th Graders Mary Eve Rice, MSN, DNP-S, CPNP-C

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Poster Session 1 RS1.82 Indigenous Knowledge of Traditional Health Practitioners in the Management of Rigoni: A Grounded Theory Approach

RS1.99 Oxygen Saturation Targeting in Premature Infants Barbara Smith Weaver, MSN, RN, CCRN

Steppies Richard Rikhotso, MCur, BCur (EDetADMN), RN

RS1.83 Measuring Informal Clinical Leadership: A Comparative Analysis of Two Instruments

RS1.100 Equine Assisted Therapy: A Systematic Review of Interventions to Improve Outcomes in Adults

Sharon A. White-Lewis, MSN, RN; Cynthia Russell, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, FAAN; Rebecca A. Johnson, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP; and Nancy L. Mueller

Darlene M. Rogers, BS, BSN, MSN, RN-BC

RS1.84 Stroke Awareness: A Community Approach

RS1.101 The Use of Trained Birth Assistants in Ethiopia

RS1.85 Identifying the Perceptions of Nurses Regarding Care and Management of Central Lines

RS1.102 Advanced Practice Nurses on the Stroke Unit: A CrossSectional Study

RS1.86 Infection Rates in Traditional Vaginal Birth vs. Water Birth

RS1.103 A Proposal to Examine the Effects of Two Interventions in Reducing Perioperative Blood Loss among Older Adults Undergoing Total Hip Arthroplasty

Shirley Lena Romero, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN, CCRN

Kathryn E. Woeber, MSN, MPH, CNM

Joy Michelle Selchow, BSN, MSN, RN

Sasha Sinkevich, SN; Natalee J. Snyder, SN; Stephanie A. Palmer, SN; and Nicollette Singleton, SN

RS1.87 Nursing Entrepreneurship

Brenda L. Smith, BScN, BA, OHNdpl, RN

SC1.1 Explaining Ethical Sensitivity from the Social Representations of Nursing Students and Professors

Misty L. Southerland, AA (HlthSc), EMT-I and Ronald S. Golemboski, AS

POSTER SESSION 1

Bertha Alicia Alonso Castillo, RN; Maria Magdalena Alonso-Castillo, RN; María Teresa de Jesús Alonso Castillo, RN; Nora Nelly Oliva Rodríguez, RN; Nora Angélica Armendáriz García, RN; and Karla Selene López García, RN

RS1.89 Pilates Cadillac for Chronic Low Back Pain: A Pilot Study Dana D. Stieglitz, RN, DNP, FNP-BC

SC1.2 Motivation Through Sports Related Physical Activity andAlcohol Consumption

RS1.90 Nurse Care Coordination of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Critical Appraisal of the Process of Care

Maria Magdalena Alonso-Castillo, RN; Arodi Tizoc Marquez, MSN, RN; Bertha Alicia Alonso Castillo, RN; Nora Angélica Armendáriz García, RN; María Teresa de Jesús Alonso Castillo, RN; and Nora Nelly Oliva Rodríguez, RN

Tricia L. Strombom, MSN, RN

RS1.91 Guideline Adherence among Kenyan Healthcare Providers in Peri-Urban For-Profit Clinic Brittney J. Sullivan, MS, BS, RN, CPNP

SC1.3 Moral Stress in Health Care Professionals

RS1.92 Bedside Clinical Nurse Perceived Barriers to Participation in Research Activities

María Teresa de Jesús Alonso Castillo, RN; Maria Magdalena Alonso-Castillo, RN; Bertha Alicia Alonso Castillo, RN; Nora Nelly Oliva Rodríguez, RN; Karla Selene López García, RN; and Isidro Artemio Gamboa Cázares, RN

Diane M. Swintek, MSN, RN, CPAN

RS1.93 Substance Use Behaviors among College Students Taylor J. Thompson and Jessica Mueller

RS1.94 Blazing Trails, Building Fences, and Raising Towers: A Historical Review of Nurse-Midwifery and Childbirth in the United States Eileen J. B. Thrower, MSN, BSN, APRN, CNM

RS1.95 Building Better Bones for a Better You: Osteoporosis Prevention for Adolescent Girls Joanna Christina M. Trice, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN

RS1.96 Trusting Relationships: Creating a Conducive Teaching and Learning Environment

RS1.97 A Journey of Challenges with Medication Reconciliation Julie Vinod, MS, BSN, RN, ANP-C

RS1.98 Effects of Infant Positioning in the NICU

Robert E. Zottarelli, Jr., BSN, RN, CCRN; Tanya S. Ambrose, BSN, RN, CCRN; Joseph I. Jennas, MSN, BSN, RN, CRNA; and Meriam Caboral-Stevens, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, NP-C

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters (SCI PST 1)

RS1.88 Assessment of Moral Courage throughout the BSN Curriculum

Ellie C. van Dyk, MACur, BACur, BCur, RN; Gisela H. Van Rensburg, DLittetPhil; and Elsie Sophia Janse van Rensburg, DCur

Janet G. Wood, MSN, RN, FNP, NP-C

SC1.4 Family and Alcohol Consumption in University Students

Nora Angélica Armendáriz García, RN; Maria Magdalena Alonso-Castillo, RN; Karla Selene López García, RN; Santiaga Enriqueta Esparza Almanza, MCE; Bertha Alicia Alonso Castillo, RN; and María Teresa de Jesús Alonso Castillo, RN

SC1.5 Using Self-Efficacy and Transformative Learning Theories to Examine Interprofessional Collaborative Practice at End-of-Life in the ICU between Nurses and Physicians Edonn Vida Ball, MSN, RN, CNE

SC1.6 Predicting Nurse Faculty Members’ Intent to Stay in the Academic Organization: A Structural Equation Model of a National Survey of Nursing Faculty

Lori Candela, EdD, MS, BSN, ADN, RN, FNP, BC, CNE and Antonio Gutierrez, PhD, MA, BA

Kristin Sierra Wade, BSN, RN

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Poster Session 1 Lien-Ying Chiang, MSN, BSN, RN, LPN and Ming Yi Hsu, PhD, MSc, RN, LPN

SC1.8 How Parents Discuss Dying with Their Child with a Life-Limiting Illness Who Require Long-Term Ventilation

Cheryl Crisp, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, PCNS-BC, CRRN

SC1.9 The Lived Experience of Moral Distress in Nursing Academe Elizabeth J. Diener, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

SC1.10 Learning Methods Related to the Design of Learning Environments for Clinical Mentors, as Viewed from the Perspective of Educational Supervisors Yoshiko Doi, MS, RN; Yasuko Hosoda, PhD, RN; Mitsuyo Nakahashi, MS, RN; Akiko Nakaoka, PhD, RN; and Kaori Ikeuchi, MS, RN

SC1.11 Unacknowledged Conditions and Workplace Bullying Laura C. Dzurec, PhD, MS, BS, RN, PMHCNS-BC, ANEF

SC1.12 Safety Climate: Perception of Professionals in an Emergency Unit Fernanda R. E. Gimenes, RN, PhD and Mayara C. G. Rigobello, RN

SC1.13 Presence of Perverse Violence in the Dependent Elderly Dafne Gomez-Melasio, RN; Martha Alicia MagallanesMonrreal, PhD, RN; Jesus Acevedo-Alemán, PhD; and Ana Laura Carrillo-Cervantes, MN

SC1.20 Cognitive, Functional and Physical Capacities of the Elder Packers

Alejandra Leija Mendoza, BS; María Magdalena Delabra Salinas, RN; Ana Laura Carrillo-Cervantes, MN; Martha Alicia Magallanes-Monrreal, PhD, RN; Villarreal-Reyna María de los Angeles, PhD, RN; and Raul Castillo Vargas, MSN, RN

SC1.21 Learned Hopelessness Factor for Depression and Functional Death in Elderly

Azenet Martin-Fabela, RN; Jose Gonzalez Tovar, PhD; Jesus Acevedo-Alemán, PhD; and Daniel Sifuentes Leura, RN

SC1.22 Caring in Traditional and Non-Traditional Nursing Students Denise M. McEnroe-Petitte, PhD, MSN, BSN, AS, RN

SC1.23 Becoming Someone Different: A Grounded Theory Study of How Nurses Integrate Pregnancy and Full Time Employment

Paul Gregory Quinn, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNM, RN-BC, NEA-BC, CEN, CCRN

SC1.24 Practice Model for Interprofessional TeachingLearning of Anatomy at a Higher Education Institution in South Africa Belinda Scrooby, PhD, MCur, BCur, RN

Showcase of Magnet® Hospital Research and Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters (MAG PST)

SC1.14 A Mixed Methods Study Assessing the Effectiveness of Wise Guys

MG1.1 Barriers to Conducting Nursing Research: Gaps Closed, Widened or Merely Narrowed?

SC1.15 Daily Challenges for Teen Moms: Strategies to Enhance Infant-Centered Feeding to Reduce Infant Obesity Risk

MG1.2 Filling the Gaps: How “Super Utilizers” Received Care through a Hospital-School of Nursing Partnership

Judith Herrman, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Mildred A. Horodynski, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, FAAN; Kami Silk, PhD, MA, BA; Gary Hsieh, PhD, BS; Alice Hoffman, BS; and Mackenzie Robson

SC1.16 The Effects of the Clinical Learning Environment on Japanese Nursing Instructors’ Support in Facilitating Students’ Metacognition: A Comparison between University and Vocational School Instructors Yasuko Hosoda, PhD, RN; Yoshiko Doi, MS, RN; Yukari Katayama, PhD, RN; and Mayumi Negishi, MPH, BS, RN

SC1.17 An Exploration of Medical Professionals’ Perspectives on Medical Futility Ming Yi Hsu, PhD, MSc, RN, LPN

SC1.18 Methods of Sharing Clinical Decisions within Nursing Teams to Improve the Quality of Nursing

Yukari Katayama, PhD, RN; Yasuko Hosoda, PhD, RN; and Etsuyo Sonoda, MS, RN

Ruth Agbowu, BSN, RN, CMSRN, CBN, PCCN

Della J. Anderson, MSN, MBA, RN

MG1.3 Developing a Culture of Inquiry through Nursing Research: A New Hospitals’ 3-Year Journey to Magnet® Designation Denise Harris, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC and Tanya Marie Cohn, PhD, MEd, RN

MG1.4 Caring for the Nurse in the Hospital Environment

Tanya F. Lott, MSN, BSN, RN-BC and Elizabeth T. Clerico, MSN, BSN, RN, CGRN

MG1.5 Success with the High 5 Initiative through Patient and Family Engagement Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Rosen, PhD, BSN, RN, IBCLC

MG1.6 Magnet® Facility Nurses: Pursuing a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing

Elizabeth J. Winokur, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CEN; Dana N. Rutledge, PhD, RN; and Amy D. Hayes, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, PCCN

SC1.19 Evaluating Interprofessional Teamwork during a Large Scale Disaster Simulation Karen Ainsworth Landry, PhD, RN; Courtney West, PhD; and Lori Graham, PhD

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SC1.7 An Exploration of ICU Nurses’ Medical Futility Experiences While Taking Care of Critical Patients


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Poster Session 2 Poster Session 2 presentations may be viewed on Level 1 in Pinyon Ballroom 2 and Level 3 in Juniper Ballroom 2 on Monday, 9 November and Tuesday, 10 November. PLEASE NOTE: Posters are identified by the number listed below.

Monday, 9 November

CL2.12 Nurses Narrative Examples of Moral and Ethical Drift in Response to Health Information Technology Protocols

Poster Viewing Session 2E 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115)

Jennifer A. Browne, MSN, RN-BC, CCRN

POSTER SESSION 2

CL2.13 Vitamin D and Immunity: Walking on Sunshine, Does it Make Us Feel Good?

Poster presentations are listed in numerical order and then alphabetically by first author’s last name.

Susan Lynne Bushinski, DNP, MSN, BS, ADN, LPN, RN, FNP, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC and Caroline M. Peltz, PhD, MSN, MSHSA, BSN, RN, CNE

Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters (CLIN PST 2) Are We Ready for Ebola?

Leah B. Abecassis, MSN, BS, RN, CCRN; Paula Conrad, BSN, RN, CCRN, CPN; and Joanne Kinlay, MMedSci, BSN, RN, CIC

Action Research on Health Providers and Consumers’ Collaborative Initiatives for Provision of CommunityBased Health Promotion Services in a Sub-Urban Community of South-East Nigeria

Idongesit I. Akpabio, PhD, MSc, MPA, BSc, RN/RM, FWACN; Ekpoanwan E. Esienumoh, PhD, MPH, BSc, RN/RM, FWACN; Felicia S. Akpabio, MPH, BNSc, RN, RM, FWACN; and Regina E. Ella, PhD, MEd, BSc, RN, RM, FWACN

CL2.15 Care Needs and its Related Factors of Primary Caregivers for Patients Waiting for Brain Tumor Surgery

Yu-Shin Cheng, MSN, RN; Hsing-Mei Chen, PhD, RN; and Ann-Shung Lieu, PhD, MD

CL2.16 Implementing Health Coaching on a Rural College Campus

Margaret E. Curnin, MSN, RN

CL2.18 Urgent Care Nurse Data Capture: Impact on Diabetes Outcomes

Celeste M. Alfes, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN

Leslie D. Dela Cruz-Torio, MSN, RN

An Interdisciplinary Study to Examine Obesity and Inactivity as Early Predictors of Gestational Diabetes

Janeen S. Amason, PhD, RN; Rebecca L. Shabo, PhD, RN; and Katherine H. Ingram, PhD, MS

Cynthia Denise Bain, MSN, RN, CNE; Nancy McMenamy, MS, RN, CNE; Deborah A. Tapler, PhD, RN, CNE; and Nola Schrum, MS, RN, CCRN

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Ying-Shan Chen, MS, RN; Tzu-Ying Wu, MPH, MS, BS, RN; Hui-Tzu Yeh, MSN, RN; Li-Chuan Kao, MSN, RN; and YuanMei Liao, PhD, RN

CL2.17 Simulation: An Evolutionary Concept

Designing the Nation’s First Critical Care Transport Helicopter Simulator

Increasing Student Competence and Clinical Confidence Using a Multimodal Approach Poster

CL2.14 Critical Care Nurses’ Pain Assessment and Management: A Survey in Taipei

Cheryl Crisp, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, PCNS-BC, CRRN

Curriculum Development and Service Learning to Bring Theory into Practice

Margarett Alexandre, MSCNA, RN

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Nurse Residency and Interprofessional Collaboration: Inspiring Novice Nurses in Professional Development

Rita Allen Brennan, DNP, RNC-NIC, APN/CNS; Dawn E. Reimann, DNP, MS, RNC-NIC, APN/CNS; Patricia M. Prentice, BSN, MBA, RN; and Angela C. Rodriguez, BSN, RNC, CCRC

Poster Viewing Session 2D 8:30-9:45 a.m. (0830-0945)

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Simulation for Leadership and Management

Julie A. Beck, RN, DEd, CNE

CL2.11 Networking Improves Care for Women and Infants

Tuesday, 10 November

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Kimberly M. Bourne, MSN, BSN, RN, SANE, CEN, EMT-B

Poster Viewing Session 2C 3:15-4:30 p.m. (1515-1630)

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Maureen A. Barry, RN, MScN

CL2.10 Behind Closed Curtains on Eighteen Wheels: The Risk Factors and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence in Female Long-Haul Truck Drivers

Poster Viewing Session 2B 1:45-3:00 p.m. (1345-1500)

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Situated Learning and Improved Simulations for PreGraduate Nursing Students

Kimberley Ann Bertha, MSN, RN, RNC-NIC, RN-BC and Lya Michele Stroupe, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CPNP

Poster Viewing Session 2A 10:00-11:15 a.m. (1000-1115)

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CL2.19 Truly Flipped Practicum: From Patient Safety to Community Safety Story Quilt

Pamela Allyn Di Vito-Thomas, ADN, BSN, MS, PhD, RN, CNE

CL2.20 Nurse Caring Enhancements of The Caring Model® (TCM): Education Modules Improve Nurse Communication and Patient Satisfaction Sharon Kay Dingman, DNP, MS, BSN, RN

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Poster Session 2 Olaide Bamidele Edet, MPH, PhD, RN, RM, RNE, FWACN; Comfort E. Ekanem, PhD, MPH, RN; Margaret Akpan, BSc, MPH, RN, RM, FWACN; and Iquo Okon, BSc, MPH, RN, RM, FWACN

CL2.22 Knowledge and Practice for Prevention of Hepatitis B among Practicing Midwives in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar Nigeria Regina E. Ella, PhD, MEd, BSc, RN, RM, FWACN

CL2.23 CodeH(elp): Patient and Family Experience with a Patient and Family Activated Response System

Cindy A. Elliott, BScN, RN; Agnes T. Black, BSN, MPH, RN; Sara-Grey Charlton, BScN, RN; and Candy Garossino, MSN, BSN, RN

CL2.24 Progressive Clinical Performance Evaluation Tools Incorporating the QSEN Competencies Amanda Eymard, DNS, PMHNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

CL2.25 Dress for Success: Increasing Self-Efficacy Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Mary Elizabeth Fortier, EdD, MA, BSN, RN, CNL

CL2.26 Low Parental Health Literacy: A Pediatric Nursing Concern Eileen K. Fry-Bowers, PhD, JD, RN, CPNP

CL2.27 Fathers’ Experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Linda S. Frye, PhD, RN, CPNP

CL2.28 The Alarming Prevalence of HIV/AIDS in AfricanAmericans and Recommendations for Prevention and Treatment Based on Epidemiological Concepts Rebecca M. Gaines, BSN, MSN, RN, FNP-BC and Yeow Chye Ng, PhD, MSN, BSN, BSE, RN, FNP-BC, NP-C, NRCME, AAHIVE

CL2.29 Infusing Caring for Abnormal Prenatal Ultrasound Findings Jeanne Gottlieb, PhD, MSN, BSN, APRN, CNM

CL2.30 The Severity of Medication Administration Errors Detected Using Three Different Research Methods

Marja S. Härkänen, PhD, RN; Hannele Turunen, PhD, RN; and Katri Vehviläinen-Julkunen, PhD, RN, RM

CL2.31 Prevention Decline in Older Cardiac Surgery Patients (PREDOCS) Programme Tjitze S. Hoekstra, MSc, RN

CL2.32 Integrated Nursing Program Improves Symptom Distress, Depression, and Heart Rate Variability in Patients with Heart Failure Hui Ling Hsieh, MSN, RN and Chi-Wen Kao, PhD, RN

CL2.33 Correlates of Barriers to Medication Adherence in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease

Jen Ying Huang, MSN, RN and Hsing Mei Chen, PhD, RN

CL2.34 Nursing Grand Rounds for Patient Teaching: An Innovative Clinical Education Strategy

Margie A. Hull, MEd, MSN, ACNS-BC, CDE, RN and Jennifer L. Kitchens, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CVRN

CL2.35 Let’s Move: Promotion of Physical Activity in the Treatment of Depression Josephine A. Igwacho, BSN, RN-BC, BSN

CL2.36 Failure to Communicate

Kelly S. Johnson, DNP, RN and Holly Carter, MSN, RN, FNPBC

CL2.37 Learning Tool to Assist with Understanding of Common Statistical Tests in Quantitative Research Studies Sharon M. Jones, PhD, RN, CNE

CL2.38 Nurses Leading the Fight Against Chronic Diseases: Are You Ready? Letha M. Joseph, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC

CL2.39 The Effect of Multimedia Symptom Management Program on Coping Strategies and Quality of Life in Patients with Heart Failure Chi-Wen Kao, PhD, RN

CL2.40 Benefits, Challenges and Considerations to AcademicPractice Partnerships in Implementing and Utilizing a Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) Model of Clinical Education Stacen A. Keating, PhD, RN and Tami L. Jakubowski, DNP, MSN, RN, CPNP, CSN

CL2.41 Improving Glycemic Control for Post-Operative Cardiac Surgery Patients: An NP-Led Project

Linda Sue Kerr, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, CDE; Peggy Kalowes, PhD, MSN, RN, CNS, FAHA; Kim R. West, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, ACNP-BC, CCRN, CSC, PHN; Barbara Lynn Easterbrook, MSN, BSN, ADN, AA, RN, ANP; and Darice Hawkins, MN, BSN, RN, CCRN, CMC, CSC

CL2.42 Development and Evaluation of Reflective Program Using Concept Mapping for Clinical Nurses Hyojin Kim, BSN; Hyunsook Shin, PhD; Yuna Lee, MSN; and Hyejin Kim, BSN

CL2.43 Telephonic Health Coaching for the Type II Diabetic Gale T. Klinshaw, MSNE, RN

CL2.44 The Use of the TyMed™ Wheel in Postoperative Pediatric Pain Management at Home Celeste Rene Knoff, MAN, MBA, BS, RN, CRRN

CL2.45 Community-Based Collaborative Action Research Supports Academic-Community Partnerships in a Service-Learning Project

Norma Krumwiede, EdD, RN; Kelly Krumwiede, PhD, RN; and Stacey Ann Van Gelderen, DNP, RN

CL2.46 Factor Analysis of Professional Nurses’ Lifelong Learning, a Private Hospital, Thailand

Boonsom Kuanchom, MSN and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, MS, RN

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CL2.21 Knowledge, Risk Perception and Practice of Health Care Associated Infections (HAIs) Prevention and Control among Primary Health Care Workers in Cross River State, Nigeria


Poster Session 2 CL2.47 A Taiwan’s National Survey of Nursing Home Staff’s Cognition, Attitude and Barrier on National Incident Reporting System

CL2.59 Development of a Learning Needs Assessment Tool for Nurse Managers to Offer Continuing Education Programs Which Reflect Their Learning Needs

Shu-Yuan Lin, PhD, RN

CL2.48 Mnemonics in Health Care: Do They Really Work and Can They Save a Person’s Life? Luanne Ruth Linnard-Palmer, RN, CPN, EdD

CL2.49 Near Misses in Health Care: Nurses Perceptions and Experiences Associated with Omissions, Commissions, Scheduling Misperceptions and Complications with Adherence through the Investigation of Power Distance and Recovery Luanne Ruth Linnard-Palmer, BSN, MSN, EdD

CL2.50 Measuring and Influencing Noise on an Intensive Care Unit Using a Visual Warning System Marie-Louise Luiking, RGN, MA

CL2.51 Assessment of the Provision of Education Materials on HIV/AIDS Prevention among Boys Who Undergo Male Circumcision at Hospitals in the Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, South Africa

Lufuno Charity Malala, MCur, BCur, BA, RN and Fhumulani Mavis Mulaudzi, DLittetPhil

POSTER SESSION 2

CL2.52 Transforming Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Innovations in Education Catherine M. Mann, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE-C and Lisa Sherry Ball, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, FNP-BC

CL2.60 Innovative Teaching Strategies for the Community Clinical Student: Engaging Students Where They Live Bilinda L. Norman, MSN, BSN, APRN, CNS, CDE

CL2.61 Entering the Red Zone: Establishing an Interdisciplinary Specialized Medical Team for Ebola Preparedness Jaime L. O’Donnell, MSN, RN, CCRN, RNC-NIC; Brandy Pockrus, BSN, RN; and Sethe Wetter, ADN, RN

CL2.62 Nursing Practice, Working Environment, and Educational Needs of Nurses in Socialist Republic of Vietnam Ayako Okada, PhD, RN, CNS and Keiko Tanida, PhD, RN

CL2.63 Suicide Risk Assessment Education for Counselors Who Work with Clients with Substance Use Disorders Stacie L. Olson, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, RN, NP (AdultPsych)

CL2.64 Do Not Smoke Educational Campaign: Collaboration with a School District to Prevent Teen Smoking Lisa Otto, MSN, BSN, RN, CMSRN

CL2.53 Re-Examining Metoclopramides’ Role in the Prevention of Postoperative Nausea and/or Vomiting: A Secondary Analysis Amy Masiongale, DNP, CRNA; Jane Garvin, PhD, RN; Marguerite J. Murphy, DNP, RN; and Stephen W. Looney, PhD

CL2.54 Culture and Marriage: The Dual Barriers to Condom Use among Health Care Providers in Tshwane, South Africa

CL2.65 Autonomic Dysreflexia: An Update, How Serious Is It? Julius H. Penning, MSN/ED, RN, CRRN; Lavonya L. McAlister, BSN, RN; and Sandra Iwunze, BSN, RN

CL2.66 The Perceptions of Learners on the School Nutrition Programme in Msukaliwa Sub District Mpumalanga

Mmapheko Doriccah Peu, PhD, MCur, BCur (Hons), BCur

CL2.67 Debriefing In Laboratory Experiences in Undergraduate Nursing Education: Consolidating Learning and Creating Meaning

Sanah Mataboge, BCur, MCur, DCur, RN

CL2.55 Critical Communication in Escalation of Care

Kate McConathy, BSN, RN and Sheila Montgomery, MSN, RN

CL2.56 Related Factors to the Use of Psychotropic Medicines in Primary Health Care Units Adriana Inocenti Miasso, PhD; Tatiana Longo Borges Miguel, PhD, MSc, RN; and Kathleen Mary Hegadoren, PhD

Loreen Carol Pollard, MN, BScN, RN; Gerri C. Lasiuk, PhD, CPMHN (C), RN, RPN; Penny L. MacDonald, MN, BScN, RN; Jill E. Vihos, BScN, MN, RN; Denaine Lozza, BScN, RN; Dorothy J. Spies, BScN, RN; Beth Malishewski, BScN, RN; Moira Bazin, MN, RN; and Nadine M. Moniz, MN, BScN, RN

CL2.68 What Would the Patient Say? Satisfaction with Nursing Care during a Simulation Experience

Deborah A. Raines, PhD, EdS, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF and Jennifer Guay, DNP, RN

CL2.57 Effects of the Simulation Education Program to Train Life-Saving Nurses Rika Mitoma, PhD, RN and Toyoaki Yamauchi, MD, ND, PhD, FNP, RN

CL2.58 Examining the Health Behaviors of Frontline Nurses

Toshiko Nakayama, RN, DNSc; Naomi Funashima, DNSc, RN; Tomomi Kameoka, RN, DNSc; Yuriko Nomoto, RN, DNSc; Kyoko Yokoyama, RN, DNSc; and Mitsuko Nagano, DNSc, RN

CL2.69 A Staffing Matrix for Support of Alternate Care Sites Jean M. Roberts, MSN, RN, PHN, CNL

CL2.70 Clinical Nursing Experiences in Rural Aboriginal Settings

Lauren Marie Murphy, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNS-BC and Adele M. Spegman, PhD, RN

Steven M. Ross, MN, BSN, RN

CL2.71 Integrative Review of the Transitions of Emerging Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Jennifer Saylor, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC

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Poster Session 2 Laura Marie Schwarz, DNP, RN, CNE and Nancyruth Leibold, EdD, MSN, RN, PHN, LSN, CNE

CL2.73 Selected Factors Related to Quality of Life of Low Back Pain among Thai Patients in Orthopedics Clinic at Police General Hospital Bencharat Somgiat, RN, MS

CL2.74 A Concept Analysis of Caring

Odette A. Spencer, MS, RN, FNP-BC

CL2.75 CaTCH Protocol: Correctional To Community Healthcare – Facilitating Post-Incarceration Follow up for Released County Inmates Robin L. Stacy, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-C

Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters (EBP PST 2) EB2.1 Research Utilization by Staff Nurses in the Acute Care Setting Marilyn Sue Ayars, BSN, BA, AA, RN and Gianpaolo Femino, BSN, MSS, BSS, RN

EB2.2 Finger Food: Intervention for Persons with Eating Difficulties Bianca Ivonne Buijck, PhD, MScN, RN

EB2.3 The Effects of Psycho-Educational Intervention on Quality of Life in Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators: A Meta-Analysis

Miao-Yi Chen, BS, RN; Pai-Hui Lin, BS, RN; and Chi-Wen Kao, PhD, RN

CL2.76 Integrating Theory in an Alternative Community Health Nursing Clinical Experience

EB2.4 Does the Hospital Medical Home Increase Primary Care Follow-Up among Pediatric Medical Patients?

CL2.77 Patients’ Coping Process of Having Acute Myocardial Infraction Attack and Receiving Urgent Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (PCIs): A Grounded Theory Study

EB2.5 Functional Dependency and Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults of a Community of Saltillo Coahuila

CL2.78 Diabetes Screening In India: A Family’s Global Efforts

EB2.6 Relationship Grandparents: Grandson Analysis by Genogram

Brandy E. Strahan, MSN, RN and Crystal Bennett, PhD, RN

Shu-Fen Su, PhD, MSc, RN; Ya-Wen Lin, MSc, RN; and Chiung-Fen Shih, MSc, RN Mary Anne Theiss, MSN, BSN, JD, PhD, RN, CNE

CL2.79 Assessment and Prevention of Geriatric Functional Decline Jessica Tully, MSN, RN-BC, CMSRN, CNML

CL2.80 Resilience and Connectedness in Graduate Psychiatric Nursing Students: Influence of a Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Kathleen Tusaie, PhD, APRN, BC and Lori I. Kidd, PhD, RN, CNS

CL2.81 Nursing Teamwork in Health System Hospitals: A Multisite Longitudinal Study

Karen J. Vander Laan, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Judith B. Westers, MSN, BS, RN; Matthew A. Culver; and Katelynn M. Wohlfert

CL2.82 Advance Nurse Practitioner Hypertension Management Mary Jane Venzon, BSN, RN, CWCN

CL2.83 The Postoperative Pain of the Elderly Patients

Shu-Hui Wang, MSN, NP, RN, Hemodialysis RN; Tsyr-Huei Chang, PhD, RN; and Jing-Yi Wu, MSN, RN

CL2.84 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Pictographs to Address Limited Health Care Literacy Elizabeth J. Winokur, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CEN

CL2.85 Piloting a Monthly Problem-Based Learning Discussion Using a Secure Social Media Based Collaboration Platform in a Busy Neuro Critical Care Unit

Deborah A. Cleveland, MS, BSN, FNP-BC, RN

Diana Berenice Cortes-Montelongo, MSN, RN; Angeles Villarreal-Reyna, PhD; Raul Castillo Vargas, MSN, RN; Luis Cortez-González, MN, RN; and Catalina Alejandra Rivera Reyes, BS

Luis Cortez-González, MN, RN; Diana Berenice CortesMontelongo, MSN, RN; Maria Ascencion Tello, MSN, RN; Martha Alicia Magallanes-Monrreal, PhD, RN; and Gnalen Kourouma, BS

EB2.7 Faces of Change: Using Masks to Capture a Moment in Time Cheryl Crisp, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN, PCNS-BC, CRRN

EB2.8 Building Community Nursing Competencies in Undergraduate Nursing Students: An Interprofessional Collaboration for Designing Reality-Based Field Simulations Ellen D’Errico, PhD, NEA-BC and Kelly McHan, MPH, RN

EB2.9 Ongoing Nasogastric Tube Verification: The Evidence Roxy Lee Decker and Andrea Elizabeth Black

EB2.10 Reducing the Disparities in Breastfeeding Initiation among Urban Adolescent Mothers through a Prenatal Intervention Jamie Lynn El Harit, BSN, RN, ASQ, CSSBB

EB2.11 Promoting Self-Efficacy in Senior BSN Students in the Community Setting Mary Elizabeth Fortier, EdD, MA, BSN, RN, CNL

EB2.12 Optimizing ED Throughput

Puneet G. Freibott, MSN, RN, CCRN (Alumnus), NE-BC

EB2.13 Falls Reduction

Amy Hart, MSN, RN and Mickey L. Parsons, RN, PhD, MHA, FAAN

Briana Witherspoon, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CNRN; Avinash Kumar, MD, FCCM, FCCP; and Kathryn Braunlin, MSN, RN, AG-ACNP-BC

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CL2.72 Incivility: Nursing’s Dirty Little Secret and Cognitive Rehearsal as an Intervention


Poster Session 2 EB2.14 Postpartum Fatigue Within the First 24 Hours of Vaginal Birth in Taiwan

Ching-Hsing Hsieh, PhD, MSN, RN; Chien-Lan Chen, BSN, RN; and Fen-Fang Chung, PhD, MSN, RN

EB2.15 The Effectiveness of the Fall Prevention Guideline in a Long-Term Care Facility Dukyoo Jung, PhD, MSN, RN; Minkyung Lee, MSN, RN; Jinyee Byun, MSN, RN; and Hyejin Kim, MSN, RN

EB2.27 Fighting a New Battle: A Bathing Care Standard for Caregivers of Elderly Male Military Veterans with Delayed Onset Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Michelle Rose, MSN, RN

EB2.28 The Effect of Collaborative Testing on Nursing Students Jean Ruiz, MA, RN, CCRN

EB2.29 Factors That Promote the Practice of Airway Suctioning of Clinical Nurse

EB2.16 Virtual Patient and Simulation: Strategies to Teach End-of-Life Care

Saori Sakuma, MSEd, RN; Rie Kashihara, MSN, RN; Yoriko Watanabe, PhD, RN; and Shotaro Sumitani, PhD, RN

Leona A. Konieczny, DNP, MPH, BSN, ADN, RN-BC, CNE

EB2.17 The Effects of Nurse-Led Versus Non-Nurse-Led Telephone-Based Exercise and Diet Intervention among Breast Cancer Patients: Preliminary Analysis for Meta-Analysis

EB2.30 A Comparison of RN-NCLEX First Time Pass Rate for Online Nursing Students and Traditional Face-to-Face Nursing Students Louise Salmond, MSN, RN

Myung Kyung Lee, PhD, RN

EB2.31 A Concept-Based Curriculum Revision of a PN Program

EB2.18 Developing University and Hospital System Partnerships to Promote Use of Evidence-Based Practice among Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Kristen L. Smith, MSN, BSN, RNC-NIC

EB2.32 Now You See Me

Kae R. Livsey, MPH, PhD, RN, NC-RN and Vallire D. Hooper, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CPAN, FAAN

EB2.19 Gender-Based Sexual and Reproductive Health among Urban Adolescent Students in South India

POSTER SESSION 2

Varalakshmi Manchana, MSN, RN, RM, RPHN

EB2.20 Healthy Skin Wins: A Glowing Pressure Ulcer Prevention Program

Donna Martin, PhD (Nursing), MN, BN, RN; Lisa Albensi, MScN, BN, RN; Stephanie Van Haute, BN, RN; Lorna Guse, PhD, MA, BN, RN; Mary Montgomery, OT; Kendra Gierys, BN, RN; Maria Froese, PT, BMR-PT; Mavis Lam; Nataliya Basova; and Rob Lajeunesse, BN, RN

EB2.21 Pain Care Quality and Patient Perception of Pain Care Laura K. Martin, MSN, RN

Milena P. Staykova, EdD, APRN, FNP-BC

EB2.33 Why Do Nurses Come into Contact with Blood during Intravenous Catheter Placement?

Shotaro Sumitani, PhD, RN and Yoriko Watanabe, PhD, RN

EB2.34 Educational Needs and Learning Needs of Visiting Nurses in Japan: Difference According to the Years of Home-Visit Nursing Care Experience Miwa Suzuki, DNSc, RN, PHN and Naomi Funashima, DNSc, RN

EB2.35 A Comparison of Nursing Students’ Satisfaction and Self Confidence in Learning Medication Administration Using Simulation

Stephanie L. Turrise, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, BC, APRN, CNE and Kelly Laham, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, ANP, BC, CNE

EB2.22 Teaching Care of Veterans and Their Families in an Online Nursing Program

EB2.36 Effective Dedicated Unit for Students’ Practice: An Evidence Based Review

EB2.23 The Experience of Newly Qualified Professionial Nurses Allocated to Critical Care Units in Their First Year Post Graduation

EB2.37 Team Faculty Approach to Introduce Grant Writing Experience in an Undergraduate Nursing Service Learning Course

S. Stephanie Unger, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE and Lisa Ward, MSN, BSn, RN

Penny R. Marzalik, PhD, APRN, RN, CNM, IBCLC and Tara Lynn Spalla, PhD, RN

Kelly Vandenberg, PhD, MSN, RN; Pamela J. Hodges, PhD, MSN, RN; Claudine Dufrene, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN-BC, GNP-BC; Poldi Tschirch, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; and Corinne M. Oppermann, MSN, RN

Thembekile Masango, PhD, RN

EB2.24 Preliminary Study of the Effects of Complete Bed Baths with Synthetic Towels: Comparison between Inpatients and Healthy Individuals

EB2.38 Daily Interruption of Sedation versus Continuous Sedation and Length of Mechanical Ventilation

C. Matumura, PhD, MSN, RN

EB2.25 Examination of Factors Related to Elderly People’s Purpose of Life in Japan

Crystal Nicole Weise, BSN, RN

Takashi Ohue, RN, PhD

EB2.26 Improving Quality in Long-Term Care: A Collaborative Evidence-Based Practice Project Elizabeth Roe, PhD, RN

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EB2.39 Waist Circumference as a Measurement Tool for Pediatric Obesity

Jeanette Marlene Weiser, DNP, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, APRN, FNP-C

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Poster Session 2 Meng-Shan Wu, RN and Shu-Fen Su, PhD, RN

EB2.42 Gene Mutations and Pregnancy Induced Hypertension: A Meta-Analysis

Ya-Ling Yang, RN, PhD and Shyang-Yun Pamela K. Shiao, PhD, RN, FAAN

Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters (LDR PST 2) LD2.1 Job Satisfaction as Experienced by Generation Y Nurses: A Phenomenological Study Sonia Anselmo-Witzel, PhD, MSEd, RN, SNT

LD2.2 Engaging Students in the Classroom Using Active, Team-Based Learning Strategies

Paula Baumann, PhD, MBA, BSN, RN, CNE and Cindy L. Farris, PhD, MSN, MPH, BSN, CNE

LD2.3 Nursing Leadership and the Relation with Management Models Adopted in Healthcare

Andrea Bernardes, PhD, RN; Daniele Éllen Grivol; Carmen Silvia Gabriel, PhD, RN; Gisleangela Lima Rodrigues Carrara, RN; and Priscila Lapaz Baldo, RN

LD2.5 Nursing Simulation: It’s Not Just for Skills Anymore William T. Campbell, EdD, MS, RN

LD2.6 Empowering Nurses to Partner in the Care of Children with Developmental Disabilities

Angela Chlebowski, BSN, RN, EFM-RNC and Sally O’Toole Gerard, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNL

CL2.7

A Measure of Perceived Fatigue among Nurses in Western North Carolina

Karen R. Cochran, MSN, RN, CNOR

CL2.8

Intersectoral Collaboration to Promote Interprofessional Education

Sue Coffey, PhD, RN; Hilde Zitzelsberger, BScN, MSc, PhD, RN; and Leslie L. M. Graham, RN, BScN, MN

CL2.9

Enhancing Nurses’ Engagement in Health Policy: From the Classroom to the Statehouse

Sharron J. Crowder, PhD, MN, BSN, RN and Pam Ironside, PhD, MS, BA, RN, ANEF, FAAN

LD2.10 Promoting Retention and NCLEX-RN Success on the First Attempt: Roles of Remediation, Self-Confidence and Salutogenesis Ernestine Hunter Cuellar, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, PMHCNSBC

LD2.11 Does Preceptor Training Improve New Graduate Performance?

Michelle D’Alessandro, DNP, MS, RN, NEA-BC; Nancy S. Goldstein, DNP, MS, BSN, RNC-OB, ANP-BC; Jeremy Brown, MBA, BS, CNA, GNA; and Alexandra Sussman, BS

LD2.12 Bringing World Class Nursing Care to a World Class Eye Institute through Transdisciplinary Collaboration Robert J. Dorman, MSN, RN-BC, CCRN, C-NPT

LD2.13 Nebraska Chapter Collaboration Enhances Continuing Nursing Education Judi Dunn, MS, CPP, RN-BC

LD2.14 Capturing Faculty Practice Data: Examining the Interdisciplinary Student Opportunities in a Multi-Site Faculty Practice Setting Raechel Ferry-Rooney, MSN, RN, APRN-BC; Alice Geis, DNP, RN, APN; and Angela M. Moss, MSN, BSN, APN-BC, RN

LD2.43 Lead: Empowering Clinical Leaders at the Bedside

Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN; Kelly Hancock, MSN, RN; Mary Beth Modic, DNP, RN; and Jennifer Van Dyk, DNP, RN

LD2.15 Exploring the Impact of a Medical Mission Trip on Graduate Nurse Practice Perceptions, Ideals and Practice Implementation

Cindy Ford, PhD, RN, CNE; Brenda Kinning, BSN, RN; Amanda C. Raymundo, BSN, RN; and Charalene Ruble, MSN, BSN, RN

LD2.16 Novice Nurse Mentorship Programs to Transform Professional Development

Alicia Glassco, MSN, RN, CNL, CNML and Bernadette M. Longo, MSN, PhD, RN, CNL, APHN

LD2.17 Global Service Learning Aboard the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Partnership Mission Gary Glauberman, MS, RN, APHN-BC

LD2.18 Professionalism in the Clinical Setting: How Do We Uphold the Values of Our Professions? Elizabeth Hammond-Ritschard, MSN, RN and Joanne Farley Serembus, EdD, RN, CCRN, CNE

LD2.19 Informatics for Nurse Leaders: Technology Impacting the Care of the Older Adult

Johnanna Hernandez, PhD, MSN, RN, APRN, FNP-BC and Julie Millenbruch, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN

LD2.20 Building Mexico-U.S. Academic Partnerships: Bridging Cultures and Breaking Barriers Carolina Huerta, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN and Juana Mercedes Gutierrez Valverde, DSN, MSN, RN

LD2.21 Interprofessional Education through Community Service

Denise B. Isibel, MSN, RN and Linda Bennington, PhD, RN

LD2.22 Implementing the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Role in Japan

Asako Katsumata, PhD, ME, BA, RN, CNL; Shannon, K. Lizer, PhD, FNP-BC; and Gordana Dermody, MSN, RN, CNL

LD2.23 Clinical Nurse Specialist Designed Certification Preparation Course

Jennifer L. Kitchens, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CVRN and Margie A. Hull, MEd, MSN, ACNS-BC, CDE, RN

LD2.24 Nursing Students’ Clinical Training Experiences that Motivated Them to Study Hisako Kobayashi, MSN, RN

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EB2.41 Effectiveness of Surgery and Percutaneous Catheter Drainage (PCD) with Antibiotics for Pyogenic Liver Abscess Patients


Poster Session 2 LD2.25 Nursing Management Competencies of Nurse Managers after Attending the Nursing Management Training Program Organized by Faculty of Nursing, Khon Kaen University, Thailand

LD2.38 Breakthrough Leadership – A Window into the Boardroom: A Descriptive Phenomenology Pilot Study about the Experiences of Nurses Serving on Interprofessional Healthcare Governing Boards

LD2.26 The Virtual Nursing Symposium: A Transforming Undergraduate Nursing Student Conference

LD2.39 Effective Nursing Leadership and Emotional Intelligence

Marisa Krairiksh, PhD, MSN, BSc, RN

Lisa J. Sundean, MSN, MHA, RN

Nancyruth Leibold, EdD, MSN, RN, PHN, LSN, CNE and Laura Marie Schwarz, DNP, RN, CNE

Kirsi Toivanen-Atilla, MSN, BSN, RN

LD2.40 Constructing the Role of Global Health Nursing

LD2.27 Factors Influencing Professional Behavior of Staff Nurses

Sopida Lorjai, BSN, RN; Areewan Oumtanee, RN, PhD; and Duanphen Konlakit, MSN, RN

LD2.28 Strategies to Increase Nursing Student Diversity

Victoria McCoy, BSN, RN, ONC; Asako, T. Katsumata, PhD, ME, BA, RN; Andrea Doughty, PhD; and Terese Burch, PhD, RN

LD2.29 Opening a New Nursing Education Program: Lessons Learned Betsy M. McDowell, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

LD2.30 Evaluating the Outcomes and Impact of Five (5) Projects Using the Case Study Method

POSTER SESSION 2

LD2.31 The Development of a Formal Mentoring Model and Program in a Faith-Based School of Nursing

Kathryn A. Osteen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Barbara Devitt, MSN, BSN, RN; Lisa Otto, MSN, BSN, RN, CMSRN; Cheryl Riley, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, NNP-BC; Julie Millenbruch, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN; and Cathy Miller, PhD, MSN, RN

LD2.32 The Effectiveness and Use of Mentors in Nursing Leadership in Healthcare Practice Settings LD2.33 Nursing Management of Head Nurses Receiving the Outstanding Award Jiraporn Rattikarnsuka, MSN, RN and Areewan Oumtanee, PhD, RN

LD2.36 A Global Resource for Nurses: Work Team Empowerment

Christina Leibold Sieloff, PhD, RN, CNA, BC and Mary Louanne Friend, PhD, MN, BSn, RN

LD2.37 Walking the Walk: Designing a 10-Week Research Course and Integrating an EBP Model

Milena P. Staykova, EdD, APRN, FNP-BC and Daniele I. Staykov

LD2.42 Using Wikis to Stimulate Collaborative Learning in Interprofessional Nursing Education

Hilde Zitzelsberger, BScN, MSc, PhD, RN; Karen Campbell, BScN, RN; Dorothea Service, BScN, MScN, RN; and Otto Sanchez, MD, MSc, PhD

SC2.1 Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Lebanese Women towards Breast Cancer, Breast Self-Examination and Mammography Myrna Abi Abdallah Doumit, PhD, MPH, BSN, RN; Mary Arevian, BSN, MPH, RN; and Souha Fares, PhD

SC2.2 Multidisciplinary Team Response to Support Survivors of Mass Casualty Disasters

Lavonne M. Adams, PhD, RN, CCRN; Susan M. Weeks, DNP, RN, CNS, LMFT, FAAN; and Lisa Smith, MLS

Kafuli Agbemenu, PhD, MPH, MSN, RN

SC2.4 Intent, Behavioral Control and Drug Use in Adolescents

Catherine Y. Read, PhD, RN and Debra M. Pino Betancourt, MA, BS

Tanya R. Sanders, MSN, BScN, RN and Tara Lyster, MN, BScN, RN

Theresa M. Valiga, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN and Beth Phillips, MSN, RN, CNE

SC2.3 “Sex Will Make Your Fingers Grow Thin and Then You Die”: The Interplay of Culture, Myths, and Taboos on African Immigrant Mothers’ Perception of Reproductive Health Education with Their Daughters Aged 10-14 Years

Barb Pinekenstein, MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS

LD2.35 Constant Chaos: Utilizing Change Theory in Baccalaureate Nursing Leadership Education

LD2.41 Wanted! Leaders to Advance Excellence, not Mediocrity, in Nursing Education

Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters (SCI PST 2)

K. Elizabeth Mokoka, PhD, RN and Hester C. Klopper, PhD, MBA, RN, RM, FANSA, FAAN

LD2.34 Educating Nurses as Leaders Who Promote Health Equity through Social Change

Michele J. Upvall, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CRNP and Jeanne M. Leffers, PhD, MSN, MA, BA, RN

Jesica Guadalupe Ahumada, MSN, RN

SC2.5 An Examination of Caring in One Associate Degree Nursing Program

Deborah A. Ain, MS, RN and Sherrilyn Coffman, PhD, RN

SC2.6 Investigation of Cultural, Social, and Religious Aspects of Saudi Arabia and Neighboring States and Implications for Best Practice in Health Education and Promotion Sami Abdulrahman Al-Hamidi, MSN, BSN, RN, ICDL

SC2.7 Utilizing Music Therapy as an Intervention to Decrease Anxiety in Respiratory Compromised Patients Jenifer Bantle-Felt, BSN, RN; Cathy Mielke, MS, CNS, RN, APRN; and Sunnimpha Abcejo, MSN, RN

SC2.8 From Nursing Student to Registered Nurse: Development of Resilience and Professional Self Tammy D. Barbé, PhD, RN, CNE

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Poster Session 2 SC2.9 Teleporting Story: How Nurse Educators Use Digital Stories to Teach

SC2.22 Scoping Review: Medication Adherence in Type 2 Diabetes

SC2.10 ECG Memento©, an Innovative Approach to Adult Bereavement Care: A Pilot Study

SC2.23 Minimizing Strain: How Nurses Sustain Their Image as “Good Nurses”

Mary E. Beiermann, BSN, RN, CCRN-CSC; Peggy Kalowes, PhD, RN, CNS, FAHA; and Amanda Brubaker, BSN, RN, CCRN

SC2.11 The Relationship between Nursing Specialty Certification and Surgical Site Infection Rates in Acute Care Hospitals Diane K. Boyle, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN; Sandra Bergquist-Beringer, PhD, MA, BSN, RN, CWCN; and Emily Cramer, PhD

SC2.12 Sexuality in Sexual Partners of Colombian Women with Breast Cancer Luz Stella Bueno Robles, RN

SC2.13 Assessment of Risk for Pressure Ulcers in Critical Patients: Nursing Practice and Reflections in the Context of Multidisciplinary Communication

Maria Helena Larcher Caliri, PhD, RN and Josilene de Melo Buriti Vasconcelos, PhD, RN

SC2.14 Contraceptive Choices Application (App) Development Cathy Carlson, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, APN, FNP-BC and Donna J. Plonczynski, PhD, MS, BSN, APN, RN

SC2.15 Relationship between the Ability to Care and the Overload of Caregiver of People with Chronic Disease in Colombia

Sonia Carreno-Moreno, RN, MSN; Lorena Chaparro Diaz, BSN, PhD; Gloria Mabel Carrillo Gonzalez, RN, MSN; Beatriz Sanchez Herrera, RN, MSN; Lucy Barrera Ortiz, RN, MSN; and Elizabeth Vargas Rosero, RN, MSc

Cheryl Moseley Conway, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC

Sherry Dahlke, PhD, MSN, BSN, BVeD, RN, CGN(C)

SC2.24 The Use of Presence in the Nurse-Client Relationship

Pamela Allyn Di Vito-Thomas, ADN, BSN, MS, PhD, RN, CNE and Cherrill Iona Stockmann, PhD, MSN(R), BSN, RN, CNE

SC2.25 Quality of Life and Artistic Expression in College Students: Creation of Measurement Tool Patricia Diaz, PhD, MSN, RN

SC2.26 Implementing Interprofessional Education: How Appropriate Is the Learning Experience for Nursing Students?

Antoinette Du Preez, PhD, MCur, BSocSc (Nsg) (Hons), RN, RM, AdM, NE, NA; Ronel Pretorius, PhD, RN, RM; and Belinda Scrooby, PhD, MCur, BCur, RN

SC2.27 Reliability and Validity of the Face, Legs, Activity, Cry, Consolability Behavioral Scale in Assessment of Acute Pain in Healthy Newborn Infants Cynthia Anderson Elverson, PhD, RN, NNP-BC

SC2.28 Exploring Mentorship in the Nursing Context

Linda M. Ferguson, MN, PhD, RN; Olive Yonge, RN, PhD; Florence Myrick, RN, PhD; and Noelle K. Rohatinsky, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CMSN(C)

SC2.29 Contemplative Practices, Self-Efficacy and NCLEX Success

Elizabeth Ann Fiske, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE, PCNS-BC, NNP-BC

SC2.16 Perception of Role Strain among Male Critical Care Registered Nurses: A Quantitative Descriptive Approach

SC2.30 Transcultural Self-Efficacy Perceptions in Nursing Students in Private and Public Higher Educational Groups

SC2.18 The Impact of Warming on Term NICU Admission Rates in Women Undergoing Scheduled Cesarean Delivery

SC2.31 Results from a Longitudinal Nursing Specific Undergraduate Student Satisfaction Survey across a Canadian Collaborative Nursing Program

Nicholas Carte, PhD, MSN, BSN, A/GNP-C, APRN

Melanie Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB, CPLC; Lynn Elizabeth Bayne, PhD, MSN, BSN, NNP-BC; and Matthew Hoffman, MPH, MD

Wanda J. Franklin, PhD, RN

Laurie Freeman-Gibb, PhD, ANP-BC, RN; Beverley L. Jones, MScN, MPA (Health Policy), BScN, BA (Life Sciences), RN; Janet E. Raiger, MN, RN; and Selina Rehman, NP, MN, RN

SC2.19 South African Health Care Provider Perceptions of Barriers to Effective Neonatal Resuscitations in Delivery Settings

SC2.32 Maternal Coordination of Care for Low-Income Latino Children at Risk for Developmental Delay

SC2.20 Acupuncture and Menopausal Memory Changes in Women with Breast Cancer

SC2.33 Influence of Intrapersonal Characteristics on Nurses’ Work Perfromance

SC2.21 Seeing the Commercial Truck Driver as an Occupational Athlete

SC2.34 Inducements and Discouragements for Students Transitioning from Associate Degree to Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing: A National Study

Valerie Ann Clary-Muronda, MSN-Ed, RN

Elizabeth Cole Collins, PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC; L. Kathleen Sekula, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN; and Susan M. Cohen, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAAN

Bryan Combs, MSN, MS, BS, CRNP, FNP-BC, CNL, ATC

Eileen K. Fry-Bowers, PhD, JD, RN, CPNP

Nelouise Geyer, PhD, MCur, BCur, RN, RM, RPsyc and Siedine Coetzee, AUDHS, PhD, MCur, BCur, RN, RM

Karen Gorton, PhD, MS, MSN, BS, BSN, RN, ATC and Kathleen LaSala, PhD, MS, RN, PNP, CNE

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Melissa Schwartz Beck, PhD, MSN, BSN, RNC-OB


Poster Session 2 SC2.35 The Impact of End-of-Life Care Training on MedicalSurgical Nurses

SC2.48 The Last Ten Years: Nurse Practitioners in the Southern United States Employed in Medically Underserved Areas

Suzanne P. Graf, BSN, RN, PHN

Thomas Kippenbrock, MSN, EdD, RN; Wen-Juo Lo, PhD; Ellen Odell, DNP, APRN; and Bill Buron, PhD, APRN, FNP/ GNP-BC

SC2.36 Knowledge of Chronic Renal Disease in Adults with Hemodyalisis

Juana Mercedes Gutierrez Valverde, DSN, MSN, RN; Deycer Gomez Hernandez, MSN, BN, RN; Jose Alfredo Pimentel Jaimes, MSN, BN, RN; Milton Carlos GuevaraValtier, MSN, BN, RN; and Esther C. Gallegos, PhD, FAAN

SC2.49 The Healthcare Coach Role and Its Impact on Healthcare at Palomar Health

SC2.37 Alcohol and School Violence in High School Students

Francisco Rafael Guzman Facundo, PhD; Lucio Rodriguez, MSP; Maria Magdalena Alonso-Castillo, RN; and Karla Selene López García, RN

SC2.38 Timing Newborn Follow Up Care in Low Income First Time Minority Mothers

SC2.51 The Relationships of Conscience, Ethical Climate, and Moral Distress in Registered Nurses Working in the Acute Care Setting

SC2.39 Storied Experiences of Managing Polypharmacy in Primary Care

Theresa Kyzar, MSN, MBA, RNN

Johnanna Hernandez, PhD, MSN, RN, APRN, FNP-BC

SC2.40 Accessing Rural Populations for Nursing Research: Challenges and Lessosns Learned

Kari Lynne Hickey, PhD, MS, BS, RN and Jeanette Rossetti, EdD, RN

POSTER SESSION 2

SC2.41 Critical Thinking Cards: Transforming Classroom Knowledge and Clinical Judgment

Cindra S. Holland, DNP, RNC-OB, ACNS-BC and Deborah Ulrich, PhD, RN

SC2.42 Investigation of the Stress Level and Potential Contributive Factors for Japanese College Nursing Students during the Period of Clinical Practicum

SC2.43 The Impact of Flipped Classroom Teaching Strategies with Nursing Students Roxanne Hurley, MS, RN and Stacie Olson, DNP, RN, PMHNP

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Shirleatha T. Lee, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE and Lin Zhan, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN

SC2.54 Evaluation of the Chinese Version of the Spirituality Index of Well-Being (SIWB) Scale in Taiwanese Elders

SC2.55 Nursing Faculty and Nursing Students Experiences of Participating in International Exchange Programmes Margret Lepp, PhD, RN, RNT

SC2.56 InSHAPE: An Exercise and Nutrition Wellness Program for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness

Cheryle G. Levitt, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Katherine E. Quartuccio, DNP, MSN/ED, BSN, RN; and Elizabeth L. Pratt, MS, BS, AS, RN, RNC-OB, CNE

Eri Kataoka, MSN, RN and Misae Ito, RN, RMW, MSN, PhD

Malena King-Jones, PhD, MS, BS, RN, CNE

SC2.53 Chinese Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Case Study Use as a Teaching and Learning Strategy

SC2.57 Student Learning Experiences in a RN-BSN Capstone Course

Stephanie M. Jeffers, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN and Marcus Engel, MS

SC2.47 A Researcher’s Experience with an Online Survey

Aimee E. LaBelle, MS, BSN, RN

Marsha L. Lesley, PhD, MLIS, BSN, RN

SC2.44 Becoming Aware of Compassionate Care through a Patient’s Story: Reflections from First Year Nursing Students

Fusako Kawabe, PhD, RN; Toshie Yamamoto, PhD, RN, PHN; Shu Chun Chien, RN, PhD; and Akiko Nagata, MN, RN

SC2.52 An Integrative Review of Interventional Designs in Studies Utilizing Home Telehealth to Reduce Hospital Admissions for Heart Failure Patients

Yi-Hui Lee, PhD, RN; Ali Salman, MD, PhD, ND, RN; and Tawna Cooksey-James, PhD, RN, CNE

Miwako Hoshi, PhD, RN; Izumi Nakashima, BSN, RN; Eri Mizoguchi, BSN, RN; and Hitomi Moriki, BSN, RN

SC2.46 Main Factors for Creating a Nursing Curriculum Including Oriental Medicine and Challenges of Its Implementation: A Case Study of a Japanese University

SC2.50 Biostatistics Course in Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs in the United States Aliya Kuerban, PhD, RN, FNP

Jean Hannan, PhD, ARNP

SC2.45 Family Decision about the Treatment Options at the Sudden Change for a Patient with Serious Stroke Condition

Pamela Kohlbry, PhD, RN, CNL; JoAnn Daugherty, PhD, RN, CNL; Joseph A. Parker, MSN, BSN, RN, CNL; Joy A. Gorzeman, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC; Marcy L. Adelman, MSN, BSN, RN, PHN, CCM, ACM; and Ingrid Douglas, BSN

SC2.58 The Mediating Effects of Fear of Falling on the Relationship between Muscle Strength and Depression of Community-Dwelling Older Women Young Mi Lim, RN, PhD

SC2.59 The Neurobehavioral Effects of Consuming Dietary Tryptophan Glenda Lindseth, PhD, RN, FADA, FAAN and Thomas Petros, PhD

SC2.60 Faculty Perceptions of Innovation and Change Dynamics in Interprofessional Education

Jacqueline M. Loversidge, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, C-AWHC and Ada Demb, EdD

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Poster Session 2 Kefiloe A. Maboe, PhD, MACur, BACur (Hons), BACur, RN, RM

SC2.62 Nurse Religiosity and the Provision of Spiritual Care

Iris Mamier, PhD, MSN, RN; Carla Gober, PhD, RN; Kathy Schoonover-Shoffner, PhD, RN; and Elizabeth Johnston Taylor, PhD, MSN, RN

SC2.63 Qualitative Research in Teens with Asthma: Understanding Patterns of Symptoms and SelfManagement

Jennifer R. Mammen, MSN, RN, NP-C; Hyekyun Rhee, PhD, RN, PNP; Sally Norton, PhD, RN, FNAP, FPCN, FAAN; and Arlene Butz, ScD, RN

SC2.64 Seeking Clinical Judgment through Simulation and Debriefing: Lessons Learned Catherine Maney, MS, RN

SC2.65 Medication Safety Simulation: A Comparison of Students’ Knowledge, Perceptions and Comfort Bette A. Mariani, PhD, RN

SC2.66 Denial or Decay?: An Oral Health Educational Program for Caregivers of Preschool Children Audrey P. Miller, PhD, MSNEd, ARNP, PPCNP-BC and Gabriella M. Riccio, BSN, RN

SC2.67 Development of a School of Nursing Rubric Jessica L. Naber, PhD, MSN, RN

SC2.68 Findings from an Instrument Validation Study to Measure Perceived Competence and Confidence of Clinical Nurse Educators Van N. B. Nguyen, MN, BN, RN; Maxine M. Duke, PhD, MEd, BAppSc (AdvNsg); Helen Forbes, PhD, RN; and Mohamaddreza Mohebbi, PhD

SC2.69 Feasibility of Simulation in Orientation: A Pilot Study

Karen M. O’Connell, PhD, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN, CEN, NEABC and Sherrill J. Smith, PhD, RN, CNL, CNE

SC2.70 Interprofessional Teams Integrate Spirituality into Patient Care: Lessons Learned

Joanne K. Olson, PhD, RN, FAAN; Suzette BrémaultPhillips, PhD, OT; Pamela Brett-MacLean, PhD, MA, BA; Doreen Oneschuk, MEd, MD; and Shane Sinclair, PhD, MDiv, BA

SC2.71 Exploring Effects of a Cultural Immersion Experience on Health Care Students Cultural Competence

Stacie L. Olson, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, RN, NP and Joni Tweeten, MS, MPH, RN, APHN-BC

SC2.72 Family Planning and the Adult with Congenital Heart Disease: A Narrative Inquiry Kathryn A. Osteen, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

SC2.73 The Relationship between Personal Characteristics and Contraceptive Choices and Use over 5 Years

Donna J. Plonczynski, PhD, MS, BSN, APN, RN and Cathy Carlson, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, APN, FNP-BC

SC2.74 Interprofessional Education: Using Simulation to Teach Error Disclosure

Ann Popkess, PhD, CNE; Christine Durbin, PhD, JD, RN; Therese I. Poirier, PharmD, MPH, RpH; Katie E. Ronald, PharmD, RpH; Toni Roucka, DDS, MA, RN; and Miranda Wilhelm, PharmD, RpH

SC2.76 Topical Therapy for Chronic Wounds: Contributions of a Distance Learning Module for the Knowledge of Nursing Students

Soraia Assad Nasbine Rabeh, PhD, MSN, RN; Paula Cristina Nogueira, PhD, MSN, RN; Margareth Yuri Miyazaki, MSN, RN; and Márcia Beatriz Berzoti Gonçalves, MSN, RN

SC2.77 Making It Work: Information Technology and Mobile Devices in Nursing Education Janet Raman, EdD, NP-C, RN, CEN, CNE

SC2.78 Relationship Grandfather-Grandson, Strengths and Weaknesses in the Bond in Students of the Faculty of Nursing

José Rebolloso, RN; Gnalen Kourouma, BS; Lenda Sharon Ramírez-Pérez, RN; Karina Macías-Patiño, RN; Maria Magdalena Delabra-Salinas, MSN, RN; Maria Ascencion Tello, MSN, RN; Luis Cortez-González, MN, RN; and María de los Ángeles Villarreal-Reyna, PhD

SC2.79 An Evaluation of Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes toward Evidence-Based Practice in On-Line Graduate Nursing Students Wilaiporn Rojjanasrirat, PhD, MA, BSN, RNC, IBCLC

SC2.80 Head Impact Biomechanics in Pediatric Patient Falls Nancy A. Ryan-Wenger, RN, PhD, CPNP and Janet S. Dufek, PhD, FACSM

SC2.81 Elderly and the Use of New Technologies as a Communication Support

Ana Patricia Salas-García, RN; Martha Alicia Magallanes Monrreal, RN; Jose Gonzalez Tovar, PhD; and María Magdalena Delabra Salinas, RN

SC2.82 Exam Integrity: The Webcam Effect

Irene Salinas, MSN, RN and Laura L. Opton, DHSc, RN, CNE

SC2.83 A Remediation Model for Assessment Testing

Ali Salman, MD, PhD, ND, RN; Tawna Cooksey-James, PhD, RN, CNE; and Yi-Hui Lee, PhD, RN

SC2.84 Stress and Coping Strategies among Undergraduate Nursing Students in University of Calabar, Nigeria

P. E. Samson-Akpan, PhD, MPH, BSc, RN/RM; Mildred E. John, PhD, BSc, RN, RM, RNE, FWACN; Olaide Bamidele Edet, BSc, MPH, PhD, RN, RM, RNE, FWACN; and Regina E. Ella, PhD, MEd, BSc, RN, RM, FWACN

SC2.85 Predictors of Success in Baccalaureate Nursing Curriculum Alex Sargsyan, DNP, MSN, MS, BSN, BS, RN, ANP

SC2.86 Student DIY Grading of Online DQs: An Adult Learning Approach Laura Marie Schwarz, DNP, RN, CNE and Nancyruth Leibold, EdD, MSN, RN, PHN, LSN, CNE

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SC2.61 Students, Let’s Communicate Together On-Line


Poster Session 2 SC2.87 A Case Study of a Multi-Method Evaluation Design: Correctional Nurse Competency Program

SC2.99 The Synergic Effect of Resilience and Depression on Self-Care in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure

SC2.88 A Prospective Study of the Impact of a Late Career Nurse Professional Development Program on Perceptions of Occupational Self-Efficacy and Burnout

SC2.100 Main Factors for Creating a Nursing Curriculum Including Oriental Medicine and Challenges of Its Implementation: A Case Study of a Taiwan University

SC2.89 Playing With Dolls: Recent Graduates’ Perspective on the Efficacy of Nursing Simulation Laboratory Experiences

SC2.101 Meta-Analyses of Epigenetic Factors in the Prevention of Congenital Heart Defects: MTHFR C677T Human Gene Variations across Generations from Parents to Children

Deborah Shelton, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, NE-BC, CCHP, FAAN and Louise A. Reagan, PhD, MS, BS, RN, APRN, ANP-BC

Ashley Skiffington, BScN, RN; Heather Campbell, MS, BN, RN; Joyce Lo, MN, BScN, RN; Ella Ferris, MBA, RN; and Orla M. Smith, MN, BScN (Hons), RN, CNCC(C)

Holli Sowerby, MSN, RN

SC2.90 The Relationship between Obesity, Quality of Life, and Psychological Health Douglas H. Sutton, EdD, MN, MPA, RN, NP-C, ACNS-BC and Gus R. Millor, MSW, LCSW

Shan-Ying Wu, MSN; Pei-Shan Tsai, PhD; and Ling-Yin Chang, PhD

Toshie Yamamoto, PhD, RN, PHN; Shu Chun Chien, RN, PhD; Fusako Kawabe, PhD, RN; and Akiko Nagata, MN, RN

Hsiao-Ling Yang, PhD, RN and Shyang-Yun Pamela K. Shiao, PhD, RN, FAAN

SC2.102 Smartphone Use and Physical, Mental and Social Health among Healthcare Affiliated College Students Jae Yong Yoo, PhD, RN

SC2.91 Discriminatory Capacity of Prediction Model Delirium (PREDELIRIC) in Adult Patients Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit University Hospital “Los Comuneros” Bucaramanga-Colombia

Claudia C. Torres Contreras, RN, MSc; Astrid Nathalia Páez Esteban, RN; and Mayerli Katherine Rincón Romero, RN

POSTER SESSION 2

SC2.92 Perceptions of Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support, Diabetes Self-Management Behavior, and Self-Reported Health in Persons Diagnosed with Type II Diabetes Tracy M. Towne, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

SC2.93 Mediating Role of Resilience in the Relationship between Depression and Perceived Psychological Health in Patients with Heart Failure

Pei-Shan Tsai, PhD; Shan-Ying Wu, MSN; and Ling-Yin Chang, PhD

SC2.94 Sexual Sensation Seeking and Situational Influences among Men Who Have Sex with Men from Northern Mexico: A Pilot Study Carolina Valdez Montero, MCE, RN

SC2.95 Being There: Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Nursing Presence Jeanne Van Denack, MSN, RN and Carol Toliuszis Kostovich, PhD, RN

SC2.96 Risk of Negligence in the Maternal Care of the Hospitalized Preterm Newborn

Beatriz Villamizar-Carvajal, PhD, MSN, RN and Carolina Vargas-Porras, MSN, RN

SC2.97 Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Global Health Implications and Evidence-Based Prevention Strategies

Maura Waldron, BA; Kate McMinimee, BS; and Katherine Shipley, BS

SC2.98 An Evaluation of Student and Faculty Perception on the Use of Technology in the Undergraduate Nursing Education Program Kathleen Williamson, PhD, MSN, RN

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2015 International Awards 2015 International Awards for Nursing Excellence Recipients Thank you to all judges and judge chairs who participated in reviewing the 2015 nominations. Amy J. Berman Geriatric Nursing Leadership Award Nancy E. Edwards, PhD, MSN, BSN, ANP-BC Associate Professor, Director of Primary Care AGNP Program Purdue University School of Nursing Indiana, USA Delta Omicron Chapter #109 Audrey Hepburn Award for Contributions to the Health and Welfare of Children Azza H. Ahmed, DNSc, IBCLC, CPNP Associate Professor Purdue University School of Nursing Indiana, USA Delta Omicron Chapter #109

2015 I N T E R N AT I O N A L AWA R D S

Daniel J. Pesut Spirit of Renewal Award Safiya George Dalmida, PhD, RN, APRN-BC Associate Professor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; University of Alabama, Capstone College of Nursing Adjunct Faculty - Emory University, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Alabama and Georgia, USA Alpha Epsilon Chapter #027 The Episteme Award Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor, Anna D. Wolf Chair Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Maryland, USA Nu Beta Chapter #312 Evidence-Based Practice Award Rona F. Levin, PhD, RN Clinical Professor and Director, DNP Program New York University College of Nursing New York, USA Alpha Omega Chapter #046 Upsilon Chapter #018

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Helen Henry Excellence of Care Danyale Marie Davis, BSN, RN, PCCN Registered Nurse Sentara Healthcare Virginia, USA Joanna M. Hudak, MS, RRT, NPS Respiratory Care and Pulmonary Diagnostics Manager Sentara Healthcare Virginia, USA Elizabeth M. Ryland, BA, RRT Clinical Respiratory Specialist Sentara Leigh Hospital Virginia, USA

Hester C. Klopper Global Health Award Rho Delta Chapter #410 Aga Khan University School of Nursing and Midwifery Pakistan Melanie C. Dreher Outstanding Dean Award for Excellence in Chapter Support Patrick R. Coonan, RN, EdD, NEA-BC, FACHE Dean and Professor Adelphi University, College of Nursing and Public Health New York, USA Alpha Omega Chapter #046 New Member Pillar Award Jerico G. Alicante, MANc, BSN, RN, CNN Training Specialist for Research and Development Health Care Corporation of America - Health Connections Philippines Alpha Eta Chapter #029 Tau Nu Chapter #443 Practice/Academe Innovation Collaboration Award Interdisciplinary Healthcare Education Partnership Canada Virginia K. Saba Nursing Informatics Leadership Award Roy L. Simpson, DNP, RN, DPNAP, FAAN Vice President Nursing - Cerner Corporation Clinical Professor - Emory University, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Georgia, USA Honorary Member

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Best of Publications Awards Best of Journal of Nursing Scholarship - Clinical Scholarship Frequency and Duration of Nursing Care Related to Older Patient Mobility Barbara Doherty-King, PhD, APRN-BC; Ju Young Yoon, PhD, RN; Kristen Pecanac, MS, RN; Roger Brown, PhD; and Jane Mahoney, MD, MS Best of Journal of Nursing Scholarship - Profession and Society Scientific Misconduct: Also an Issue in Nursing Science? Katharina Fierz, PhD, RPN; Susan Gennaro, PhD, RN, FAAN; Kris Dierickx, PhD; Theo Van Achterberg, PhD, RN, FEANS; Karen H. Morin, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF; and Sabina De Geest, PhD, RN, FAAN, FRCN, FEANS Best of Journal of Nursing Scholarship - Health Policies and Systems Clinical Relevance of Routinely Measured Vital Signs in Hospitalized Patients: A Systematic Review Marja N. Storm-Versloot, PhD, RN; Lotte Verweij, RN, MSc; Cees Lucas, PhD; Jeroen Ludikhuize, MD; J. Carel Goslings, MD, PhD; Dink A. Legemate, MD, PhD; and Hester Vermeulen, PhD, RN Best of Journal of Nursing Scholarship - World Health A Blueprint for Genomic Nursing Science Kathleen A. Calzone, PhD, RN, APNG, FAAN; Jean Jenkins, PhD, RN, FAAN; Alexis D. Bakos, PhD, MPH, RN; Ann K. Cashion, PhD, RN, FAAN; Nancy Donaldson, PhD, RN, FAAN; W. Gregory Feero, MD, PhD; Suzanne Feetham, PhD, RN, FAAN; Patricia A. Grady, PhD, RN, FAAN; Ada Sue Hinshaw, PhD, RN, FAAN; Ann R. Knebel, PhD, RN, FAAN; Nellie Robinson, MS, RN, FAAN; Mary E. Ropka, PhD, RN, FAAN; Diane Seibert, PhD, CRNP, FAANP; Kathleen R. Stevens, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Lois A. Tully, PhD; and Jo Ann Webb, MHA, RN Best of Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Interventions for Improving Nutritional Status and Outcomes of Stroke Patients: Descriptive Reviews of Processes and Outcomes Lin Perry, RN, PhD, MSc, RNT; Sharon Hamilton, RN, PhD, MA, BA(Hons); Jane Williams, PhD, PgCert Health R&D, MSc, RGN; and Susan Jones, BSc(Hons), RGN

The Capstone International Nursing Book Award Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships Published by The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International Riane Eisler, JD President and Co-founder, Center for Partnership Studies California, USA Teddie M. Potter, PhD, MS, RN Clinical Associate Professor, Coordinator of the DNP in Health Innovation and Leadership, Director of Diversity and Inclusivity University of Minnesota Minnesota, USA Zeta Chapter #005

Board Awards Nell J. Watts Lifetime Achievement Award Afaf I. Meleis, PhD, DrPS(hon), FAAN Former Dean and Professor of Nursing and Sociology University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Pennsylvania, USA Alpha Eta Chapter #029 Xi Chapter #013 Nelly Garzón Alarcón, MSN STTI Regional Coordinator – Latin America/Caribbean (2011-2013) Colombia Upsilon Nu Chapter #467

Archon Award Izzeldin Abuelaish, MD, MPH Associate Professor University of Toronto Canada Jhpiego Maryland, USA

Lucie S. Kelly Mentor Award Judith Bruce, PhD, RN, FANSA Professor University of the Witwatersrand, School of Therapeutic Sciences South Africa Tau Lambda-at-Large Chapter #441 Martha Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN Dean Emerita & Professor Johns Hopkins Maryland, USA Nu Beta Chapter #312

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2015 International Awards


2015 International Awards Dorothy Ford Buschmann Presidential Award Nelouise Geyer, PhD, RN, FANSA Chief Executive Officer Nursing Education Association South Africa Tau Lambda-at-Large Chapter #441

Kappa Phi-at-Large Chapter #259, College of St. Benedict/St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University, Nursing Department; St. Cloud State University, Department of Nursing Science, Minnesota, USA Kappa Psi Chapter #261, McNeese State University, College of Nursing, Louisiana, USA

Elizabeth Mokoka, PhD, RN, FANSA Program Manager FUNDISA South Africa

Kappa Rho-at-Large Chapter #255, Arkansas Tech University, Department of Nursing; University of Central Arkansas, Department of Nursing, Arkansas, USA

Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award Sheila Tlou, PhD, RN, FAAN Director UNAIDS Regional Support Team for Eastern and Southern Africa Botswana Tau Lambda-at-Large Chapter #441

Chapter Awards 2015 I N T E R N AT I O N A L AWA R D S

Alpha Rho Chapter #039, West Virginia University, School of Nursing, Health Sciences Center, West Virginia, USA Beta Eta-at-Large Chapter #053, Edgewood College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA Beta Theta-at-Large Chapter #054, The University of Tennessee, Health Science Center College of Nursing; Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing; University of Memphis, Lowenburg School of Nursing, Tennessee, USA

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Phi Psi Chapter #501, Appalachian State University, Department of Nursing, North Carolina, USA

Tau Kappa-at-Large Chapter #440, Empire State College, School of Nursing; Excelsior College, School of Nursing, New York, USA

First-Time Recipients

Iota Chapter #008, Vanderbilt University, School of Nursing, Tennessee, USA

Phi Gamma (Virtual) Chapter #481, Indiana, USA

Rho Lambda Chapter #417, Winston-Salem State University, School of Health Sciences Division of Nursing, North Carolina, USA

Chapter Key Awards

Eta Chapter #006, University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA

Lambda Lambda Chapter #273, Governors State University, Department of Nursing, Illinois, USA

Rho Chapter #016, University of Michigan, School of Nursing, Michigan, USA

Chapter Communications and Publicity Award Rho Delta Chapter #410 Aga Khan University School of Nursing and Midwifery Pakistan

Epsilon Xi Chapter #132, University of Rochester, New York, USA

Kappa Theta Chapter #246, Western Kentucky University, College of Health and Human Services, Kentucky, USA

Tau Phi Chapter #451, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Nursing Program, Virginia, USA Theta-at-Large Chapter #007, Boston University; Curry College, Department of Nursing; Simmons College, Nursing Programs, Massachusetts, USA Theta Chi Chapter #212, Saginaw Valley State University, College of Nursing, Michigan, USA Upsilon Zeta Chapter #460, Alvernia University, Pennsylvania, USA Zeta Sigma Chapter #160, De Paul University, School of Nursing, Illinois, USA Two-Time Recipients

Alpha Psi Chapter #045, Michigan State University, College of Nursing Professional Partnership, Michigan, USA Epsilon Nu Chapter #131, Louisiana State University, Health Sciences Center, Louisiana, USA Epsilon Rho Chapter #135, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health, New Jersey, USA

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Epsilon Theta Chapter #126, University of Texas at Austin, School of Nursing, Texas, USA

Nu Nu Chapter #323, Weber State University, School of Nursing, Utah, USA

Eta Nu Chapter #179, University of WisconsinMilwaukee, College of Nursing, Wisconsin, USA

Psi-at-Large Chapter #021, Pacific Lutheran University, School of Nursing; Seattle Pacific University, School of Health Sciences; University of Washington, School of Nursing, Washington, USA

Gamma Pi-at-Large Chapter #086, College of Saint Mary; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Nursing; University of Nebraska Medical Center; University of Nebraska-Kearney, Nebraska, USA Lambda Pi-at-Large Chapter #278, Ryerson University, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing; University of Toronto, Faculty of Nursing, Canada Lambda Rho-at-Large Chapter #279, Jacksonville University School of Nursing; University of North Florida, School of Nursing, Florida, USA Phi Theta Chapter #486, California State University-San Marcos, California, USA

Zeta Gamma Chapter #145, University of South Alabama, College of Nursing, Alabama, USA Zeta Omega-at-Large Chapter #166, College of New Rochelle, School of Nursing; Dominican College of Blauvelt, Division of Nursing; Mercy College, Department of Nursing; Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing, New York, USA Zeta Psi Chapter #165, Wilkes University, Nursing Department, Pennsylvania, USA Four-Time Recipients

Pi Eta Chapter #389, Graceland University, School of Nursing, Missouri, USA

Alpha Chapter #001, Indiana University, School of Nursing, Indiana, USA

Rho Chi-at-Large Chapter #428, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Nursing Studies; Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Healthcare Studies; Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Academie Gezondheidszorg; University of Applied Sciences Utrecht; Utrecht University, Department of Nursing Science, Netherlands

Alpha Omicron Chapter #037, Saint Xavier University, School of Nursing, Illinois, USA

Tau Upsilon Chapter #450, University of Windsor, School of Nursing, Toldo Health Education Centre, Canada Zeta Epsilon Chapter #147, Valparaiso University, College of Nursing, Indiana, USA Three-Time Recipients

Alpha Beta Chapter #024, Loyola University, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Illinois, USA Alpha Eta Chapter #029, University of California, San Francisco, School of Nursing, California, USA Epsilon Kappa Chapter #128, Molloy College, Division of Nursing, New York, USA Iota Omicron Chapter #229, University of Western Ontario, Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences, Health Sciences Addition, Canada Lambda Chi Chapter #284, Barry University, Division of Nursing, Florida, USA Lambda Eta Chapter #269, Salisbury University, Department of Nursing, Maryland, USA Nu Mu Chapter #322, California State University-Los Angeles, School of Nursing, California, USA

Mu Epsilon Chapter #291, Mount St. Mary College, Division of Nursing, New York, USA Nu Rho-at-Large Chapter #327, Bryan College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing; Nebraska Wesleyan University, Department of Nursing; Union College, Nursing Program, Nebraska, USA Rho Delta Chapter #410, The Aga Khan University, School of Nursing, Karachi, Pakistan Tau Omicron Chapter #445, Saint Francis Medical Center, College of Nursing, Illinois, USA Zeta Theta-at-Large Chapter #150, Bowling Green State University, School of Nursing; Lourdes University School of Nursing; Mercy College of Northwest Ohio; University of Toledo, College of Nursing, Ohio, USA Five-Time Recipients

Eta Eta Chapter #173, York College of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA Kappa Eta Chapter #245, New Jersey City University, Department of Nursing, New Jersey, USA Mu Lambda Chapter #297, Minnesota State UniversityMankato, College of Allied Health & Nursing, Minnesota, USA Omicron Delta Chapter #362, University of Phoenix, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Arizona, USA

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2015 International Awards


2015 International Awards Six-Time Recipients

Eta Kappa-at-Large Chapter #176, Baker University School of Nursing; Emporia State University, Newman Division of Nursing; Washburn University School of Nursing, Kansas, USA

Beta Beta (Houston) Chapter #648, Texas Woman’s University-Houston, College of Nursing, Texas, USA Beta Kappa Chapter #056, University of Virginia School of Nursing, Virginia, USA

Ten-Time Recipients

Eta Beta Chapter #168, Widener University School of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA

Zeta Phi Chapter #163, Wright State University-Miami Valley, College of Nursing and Health, Ohio, USA

Iota Sigma Chapter #232, Azusa Pacific University, School of Nursing, California, USA

Eleven-Time Recipients

Kappa Chapter #009, The Catholic University of America, School of Nursing, Washington, D.C., USA Rho Gamma Chapter #409, Elmira College, Nurse Education Program, New York, USA Zeta Mu-at-Large Chapter #154, Point Loma Nazarene University, School of Nursing; University of San Diego, Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science, California, USA Seven-Time Recipients 2015 I N T E R N AT I O N A L AWA R D S

Alpha Epsilon Chapter #027, Emory University, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Georgia, USA

Nu Xi-at-Large Chapter #324, California State University, East Bay, Department of Nursing and Health Science; Holy Names University, Department of Nursing; Samuel Merritt University, School of Nursing, California, USA Omicron Epsilon Chapter #363, Clarkson College, Nursing Program, Nebraska, USA Beta Xi Chapter #060, University of Delaware, School of Nursing, Delaware, USA

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Alpha Zeta Chapter #028, Columbia University, School of Nursing; Columbia University Teachers College, New York, USA Alpha Eta Chapter #029, University of California – San Francisco, School of Nursing, California, USA Alpha Theta Chapter #030, University of Florida, College of Nursing, Florida, USA

Eight-Time Recipients

Delta Lambda-at-Large Chapter #105, St. Louis University, School of Nursing; Webster University, Department of Nursing, Missouri, USA

Beta Nu Chapter #059, East Carolina University, College of Nursing, North Carolina, USA

50th Anniversary

Gamma Gamma Chapter #073, San Diego State University, College of Health and Human Services, California, USA

Nine-Time Recipients

Twelve-Time Recipients

Chapter Anniversaries

Gamma Chapter #002, University of Iowa, College of Nursing, Iowa, USA

Pi Gamma Chapter #385, Mercer University, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, Georgia, USA

Beta Zeta-at-Large Chapter #052, American International College, Division of Nursing; Elms College, Department of Nursing; University of Massachusetts-Amherst, College of Nursing, Massachusetts, USA

Delta Omega Chapter #118, University of Akron, College of Nursing, Ohio, USA

Alpha Chi Chapter #044, Boston College, William F. Connell School of Nursing, Massachusetts, USA

Epsilon Eta Chapter #125, Southern Illinois University, School of Nursing, Illinois, USA

Beta Mu Chapter #058, University of Arizona, College of Nursing, Arizona, USA

Alpha Iota Chapter #031, University of Missouri – Columbia, Sinclair School of Nursing, Missouri, USA 25th Anniversary

Lambda Alpha-at-Large Chapter #263, Catholic University of Korea, College of Nursing; Chonnam National University, College of Nursing; ChungAng University, Department of Nursing; Chungnam National University College of Nursing; Ewha Woman’s University, College of Nursing Science; Hanyang University, Department of Nursing; Keimyung University, College of Nursing; Korea University – Anam-Dong; Kyung Hee University, College of Nursing Science; Kyungpook National University, College of 43 R D B I E N N I A L C O N V E N T I O N

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2015 International Awards Lambda Beta-at-Large Chapter #264, National Defense Medical Center, School of Nursing; National Taiwan University, School of Nursing, Taiwan

Lambda Chi Chapter #284, Barry University, Division of Nursing, Florida, USA Lambda Psi Chapter #285, Bellarmine University, Nursing Department, Kentucky, USA Lambda Omega Chapter #286, Ohio University, School of Nursing, Ohio, USA

Lambda Gamma Chapter #265, Sonoma State University, Department of Nursing, California, USA

Mu Alpha Chapter #287, Lenoir-Rhyne University, College of Nursing, North Carolina, USA

Lambda Delta Chapter #266, Monmouth University, Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies, New Jersey, USA

Mu Beta Chapter #288, Southern Connecticut State University, Nursing Department, Connecticut, USA

Lambda Epsilon Chapter #267, University of Indianapolis, School of Nursing, Indiana, USA Lambda Zeta Chapter #268, University of Detroit Mercy, McAuley School of Nursing, Michigan, USA Lambda Eta Chapter #269, Salisbury University, Department of Nursing, Maryland, USA Lambda Theta Chapter #270, Southeast Missouri State University, Department of Nursing, Missouri, USA Lambda Iota Chapter #271, Kean University, Department of Nursing, New Jersey, USA Lambda Kappa Chapter #272, Messiah College, Department of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA Lambda Lambda Chapter #273, Governors State University, Department of Nursing, Illinois, USA Lambda Mu Chapter #274, University of LouisianaMonroe, School of Nursing, Louisiana, USA Lambda Omicron Chapter #277, Northern Arizona University, School of Nursing, Arizona, USA Lambda Pi-at-Large Chapter #278, Ryerson University, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing; University of Toronto, Faculty of Nursing, Canada Lambda Rho-at-Large Chapter #279, Jacksonville University, School of Nursing; University of North Florida, School of Nursing, Florida, USA Lambda Sigma Chapter #280, Indiana State University, College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services, Indiana, USA Lambda Tau Chapter #281, Slippery Rock University, Department of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA Lambda Upsilon-at-Large Chapter #282, Aurora University, School of Nursing; Benedictine University, Department of Nursing and Health, Illinois, USA

Mu Gamma Chapter #289, Boise State University, Department of Nursing, Idaho, USA Mu Delta Chapter #290, Sacred Heart University, Department of Nursing, Connecticut, USA Mu Epsilon Chapter #291, Mount Saint Mary College, Division of Nursing, New York, USA Mu Zeta Chapter #292, Lander University, Department of Nursing, South Carolina, USA Mu Eta Chapter #293, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Department of Nursing, Maryland, USA Mu Theta-at-Large Chapter #294, College of St. Elizabeth, Department of Nursing; Felician College, Nursing Program; Saint Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University, College of Nursing, New Jersey, USA Mu Iota Chapter #295, Oral Roberts University, Anna Vaughn School of Nursing, Oklahoma, USA Mu Kappa Chapter #296, Georgia Southern University, School of Nursing, Georgia, USA Mu Lambda Chapter #297, Minnesota State UniversityMankato, College of Allied Health and Nursing, Minnesota, USA Mu Mu Chapter #298, William Jewell College, Department of Nursing, Missouri, USA Mu Nu Chapter #299, California State University-Fresno, Department of Nursing, California, USA Mu Xi Chapter #300, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing and Allied Health, Pennsylvania, USA Mu Omicron Chapter #301, DeSales University, Department of Nursing, Pennsylvania, USA Mu Pi Chapter #302, Georgia Southwestern State University, School of Nursing, Georgia

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2015 I N T E R N AT I O N A L AWA R D S

Nursing; Pusan National University, College of Nursing; Seoul National CON; Yonsei University, College of Nursing, South Korea


2015 International Awards Clinical Partnership Awards

Mary Tolle Wright Award for Excellence in Leadership Sr. Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS President and Chief Executive Officer Catholic Health Assoiation District of Columbia, USA Alpha Beta Chapter #024

Academic Health or Medical Center University of Louisville Hospital - KentuckyOne Health Kentucky, USA

Founders Awards

Ethel Palmer Clarke Award for Chapter Excellence Pi Gamma Chapter #385 Mercer University Georgia Baptist College of Nursing Georgia, USA

Dorothy Garrigus Adams Award for Excellence in Fostering Professional Standards Barbara A. Brunt, MA, MN, RN-BC, NE-BC, FABC Magnet Program Director Summa Akron City and St. Thomas Hospitals Ohio, USA Delta Omega Chapter #118

Honorary Membership Kathi C. Anderson, MA, NCC Executive Director Survivors of Torture, International California, USA

Edith Moore Copeland for Excellence in Creativity Nancy Glass PhD, MPH, RN Professor Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Maryland, USA Nu Beta Chapter #312

Lenora A. Kinzie, MLS Director of Library Services Stormont-Vail HealthCare Kansas, USA

2015 I N T E R N AT I O N A L AWA R D S

Elizabeth McWilliams Miller Award for Excellence in Research M. Cynthia Logsdon, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAAN Professor - University of Louisville, School of Nursing Associate Chief of Nursing for Research - University of Louisville Hospital/James Graham Brown Cancer Center Kentucky, USA Alpha Chapter #001 Iota Gamma Chapter #217

Bonnie and Mark Barnes, FAAN Co-founders The DAISY Foundation California, USA Laura P. Sands, PhD Professor Purdue University School of Nursing Indiana, USA Freda Robinson, KRN, KRM Nurse Midwife Sister Fredaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medical Centre Kenya

Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education Deanna L. Reising, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, ANEF Associate Professor Indiana University Indiana, USA Alpha Chapter #001

Carolyn Jones Filmmaker Carolyn Jones Productions New York, USA

Marie Hippensteel Lingeman Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice Judith E. Haber, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN The Ursula Springer Leadership Professor in Nursing New York University, College of Nursing New York, USA Upsilon Chapter #018 Alpha Omega Chapter #046

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Edward Hales, CPA Board Member STTI Building Corp. Indiana, USA Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, MPH Professor Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health New York, USA

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2015 International Awards Media Awards Nursing Media Award (Print) Contemporary Medical Mystery Series Featuring Nurses Pamela Triolo, PhD, RN, FAAN Author and Chief Executive Officer Principled Leadership Solutions Texas, USA Zeta Pi Chapter #158

Technology Awards

Nursing Media Award (Other â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Electronic, Photography, Art, etc.) The Duke Nursing Experience Duke University Health System Nursing LeadershipNorth Carolina, USA

Best Practice in Technology A Nurses PTSD Toolkit Nancy P. Hanrahan, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor and Dean, School of Nursing Associate Dean, BouvĂŠ College of Health Sciences Northeastern University School of Nursing Massachusetts, USA Xi Chapter #013

Research Awards Research Dissemination Award Development of Palliative Care in India: An Overview Sujatha Shanmugasundaram, PhD, RN, RM, MACN Professor Victoria University Australia Eta Pi Chapter #182

Thank you to all judges and judge chairs who participated in reviewing the 2015 nominations.

RECOGNIZING

ACHIEVEMENTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS IN NURSING

Honor individuals, chapters, universities, hospitals, and companies who are dedicated to improving healthcare with a nomination: Chapter Key Award Honor chapters that excel in chapter-related activities.

International Awards for Nursing Excellence Recognize a nurse or group for their superior achievement in nursing.

Honorary Membership Acknowledge someone who has greatly comtributed to the advancement of nursing.

Nurse Researcher Awards Honor a nurse whose early career or long-term research has impacted the nursing profession.

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Research Dissertation Award An Evaluation of Two Dating Violence Prevention Programs on a College Campus Kerry Ann Peterson, PhD, DNP, PMHCNS, PMHNP Assistant Professor University of Colorado Colorado Springs Colorado, USA Xi Phi Chapter #355


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MATERNAL-CHILD HEALTH NURSE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY AFRICA 2014-2015 PARTICIPANTS! PARTICIPATING MENTEES, MENTORS, AND FACULTY ADVISORS:

MCHNLA AFRICA MENTEES

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• Chisomo Bande, BSN, RM • Nomvuzo W. Dlamini, BSN, RN, RM • Nabacwa O. Kavuma, MSN (MWH), RN, BSN • Poppy Kekana, RN, RM • Mookho Kumpi • Caroline Manamela • Mantsi A. Mathabatha • Puleng Morabe • Mariam Namutebi, MSN, RN, BSN • Tebogo Ramahlo • Naomi N. Sangaya, BSc, RN, RM • Roxanne Will, MCur

• Elizabeth Ayebare, PhD, MSN, BSN • Francis Boer • Maria C. Chikalipo, MSc, BSc, RN, RM • Maphuti Khumalo Joanita de Kock, MCur • Lekwetji Komane, BSN, RN, RM • Carin Maree, PhD, RN, M Cur, RM • Sakhile K. Masuku, MS, RN, BSN, RM • Rebecca Motete • Joyce Nankumbi, BSN, RN, MSc • Sharon H. Ngomane • Colette Phiri, BSN, RM

MCHNLA AFRICA FACULTY ADVISORS • Elgonda Bekker, M Soc Sc, RN, RM, R AdvM • Ellen Chirwa, PhD • Mmajapi (Tshidi) Elizabeth Chokwe, RN, RM • Karin Minnie, PhD, M Cur, RN, RM, RCN, RNA, RNE, R Adv M • Gorrette Nalwadda PhD, Msc. RPH, BSN, RN • Roinah Nkhensani Ngunyulu, PhD • Oslinah B. Tagutanazvo, PhD, MSc, BACur, RGN, SCM • Magdeline Kefilwe Thopola • Christa van der Walt (Lead Faculty), PhD, MCur, Med, RN, RM MCHNLA Africa is presented in partnership with

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Congratulations to STTI’s Journal of Nursing Scholarship and Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, Top 10 Nursing Journals In the 2014 Journal Citation Reports® published by Thomson Reuters, the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, edited by Susan Gennaro, increased to ninth among nursing journals with an impact factor of 1.616. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, edited by Bernadette Melnyk, increased its impact factor to 2.381 and is ranked third among nursing journals (ISI 2014). We are thrilled to offer all members free online access to these two top 10 journals! Both publications can be accessed through the STTI website at www.nursingsociety.org/learn-grow/publications

Download the free JNS and Worldviews apps to read the most recent issues, search, browse, bookmark and share articles, and be notified when new issues are available.The apps are available for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch (Android versions coming soon).

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Monday, 9 November • 11:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. • in the Marketplace (Juniper Ballroom 1 on level 3) Meet the editors of STTI’s professional journals, Susan Gennaro, RN, PhD, FAAN (Journal of Nursing Scholarship), and Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FNAP, FAAN (Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing), along with James E. Mattson, editor of STTI’s member magazine, Reflections on Nursing Leadership.


Grant Recipients The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is dedicated to funding research that creates a global community of nurses who lead in using knowledge, scholarship, service, and learning to improve the health of the world’s people. The honor society and its Foundation wish to congratulate the 2013-2015 grant recipients!

STTI Small Grants

STTI Co-Sponsored Partner Grants Sigma Theta Tau International/Alpha Eta Collaborative Research Grant Karen Zagenhagen, MPhil, BACur, BCur (Tau Lambda-atLarge, South Africa) Sigma Theta Tau International/American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Grant Sherrie McMullen, PhD, CNS, NNP-BC (USA)

Nancy K. Beam, MSN, MPH (Alpha Eta Chapter, USA) Diane Leigh Butcher, MN (Xi Eta Chapter, Canada) Siu Yin Ching, PhD, BSN (Pi Iota Chapter, Hong Kong)

Sigma Theta Tau International/American Association of Diabetes Educators Grant Sarah Schwarz, BSN (USA)

Hiba Deek, MSAHN (Chi Iota Chapter, Australia) Stacy Drake, PhD, MPH, RN, AFN-BC, D-ABMDI (Xi Phi and Zeta Pi Chapters, USA)

Sigma Theta Tau International/American Nurses Credentialing Center Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Implementation Grant Program Karen Frith, PhD, MSN (Beta Phi Chapter, USA)

Lindsey Garfield, PhD, MSN (Alpha Beta Chapter, USA) Rebecca E. Guilkey, BSN (Alpha Chapter, USA) GRANT RECIPIENTS

Sigma Theta Tau International/Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Grant Meredith Mikulich, MPH, BSN (USA)

S.G. Hallowell, PhD, MSN (Xi Chapter, USA) Sama S. Hammad, MSN, BSN (Alpha Alpha and Epsilon Zeta Chapters, USA) Jamie L. Hansen, MSN (Delta Gamma-at-Large Chapter, USA) Li-Ting Huang, MSN (Delta Beta-at-Large Chapter, USA) Hyejin Kim, MSN (Xi Chapter, USA) Chia-Kuei Lee, PhD (Alpha Lambda Chapter, USA) Chenjuan Ma, PhD, MSN (Xi Chapter, USA)

Sigma Theta Tau International/Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Grant Robin Chard, PhD, RN, CNOR (Upsilon Chi Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/ATI Educational Assessment Nursing Research Grant Donna Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, FNAP, FAAN (Alpha Phi Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/Canadian Nurses Foundation Grant Carol Sedlak, PhD (Delta Xi Chapter, USA)

Thao Griffith, BSN, RN (Alpha Lambda Chapter, USA) Krista Schroeder, BSN (Alpha Zeta Chapter, USA)

Doris Bloch Research Award Valerie Toly, PhD, RN, CPNP (Alpha Mu Chapter, USA)

Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Education Research Grants Jennifer Gunberg Ross, PhD, RN, CNE (Alpha Nu Chapter, USA)

Joan K. Stout, RN, Research Grant Tonya Rutherford-Hemming, EdD, MSN, BSN (Alpha Alpha Chapter, USA)

Sigma Theta Tau International/Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science Samantha Mayo, MN (Lambda Pi-at-Large Chapter, USA)

Global Nursing Research Grant Susan Caplan, PhD, MSN, APRN-BC (Kappa Zeta-atLarge Chapter, USA)

Sigma Theta Tau International/Emergency Nurses Association Foundation Grant Kimberly D. Johnson, PhD (USA)

Amparo Zaragoza, PhD, MSN (Alpha Chi Chapter, Spain)

Rosemary Berkel Crisp Research Award Sara Edwards, MN, MPH (Alpha Epsilon Chapter, USA)

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Sigma Theta Tau International/Hill-Rom Quality Improvement/ Patient Safety Nursing Research Grant Ruth Ann Bryant, MSN, BSN (Delta Chi-at-Large Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation End-of-Life Nursing Care Research Grant Kavita Radhakrishnan, PhD, BSN (Epsilon Theta Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/Midwest Nursing Research Society Research Grant Pamela Lynne Ostby, MSN, BSN, RN (Alpha Iota Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/National Gerontological Nursing Association Research Grant Alyce Ashcraft, PhD, RN, CNE (Iota Mu Chapter, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/Omicron Delta Research Grant Vishnu Renjith, MSN (Eta Pi Chapter, India) Sigma Theta Tau International/Oncology Nursing Society Foundation Grant Grace E. Dean, PhD, RN (Delta Lambda-at-Large, USA) Sigma Theta Tau International/Southern Nursing Research Society Research Grant Patricia Ann Kinser, PhD, MN (Gamma Omega Chapter, USA)

All grants are made possible as a result of donations to the Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing Research Permanent Fund.

Findings from my research will be valuable for policy makers, nursing educators, healthcare administrators, and nurses to identify strategies that promote interventions and address gaps which influence nursesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; transition to expanded roles. Given the anticipated baby boomer health worker retirement, continued emigration of nurses from developing countries, nurse faculty shortages, and numerous challenges limiting supply of new nurses, African countries need such evidence to substantiate initiation of proactive but creative strategies to prepare nurses to respond to population health needs. Studies like this enable African nurses to play active roles in influencing policies to improve their knowledge and skills for current job demands. With quantitative evidence like this, nurses can advocate for support mechanisms and adequate professional development during expansion of scopes of practice. Inadequate support in the presence of increasing workload and negative work environments could jeopardize job satisfaction, patient outcomes, and nurse retention. Emilia Iwu, MSN, Eta Mu Chapter (USA), 2014 Research Grant Recipient Conventional management of migraine headaches is suboptimal and overuse of episodic medication will lead to development of chronic daily headaches. A paradigm shift is essential in the management of migraine headaches to bridge this gap. The trial is primarily designed to investigate the effectiveness of a multicomponent intervention in; improving the quality of life; reducing disability; and decreasing intensity, frequency, and duration of attacks among migraineurs. With increasing importance to holistic care, the current study will help to generate evidences which nurses and other healthcare providers can utilize in their day to day practice. The findings of the study is expected to open up new horizons in the healthcare arena emphasizing the use of non­pharmacological therapy for less focused areas of primary care health problems such as migraines. Vishnu Renjith, MSN, BScN, Eta Pi Chapter (INDIA), 2015 Research Grant Recipient

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GRANT RECIPIENTS

Grant Recipients


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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014-2015 GERIATRIC NURSING LEADERSHIP ACADEMY PARTICIPANTS! PARTICIPATING FELLOWS, LEADERSHIP MENTORS, AND FACULTY ADVISORS: GNLA FELLOWS • Lisa R. Binns-Emerick, MSN, RN, GNP-C • Rhonda R. Davis, MSN, RN, BSN, FGNLA • Jennifer L. DeClercq, MSN, RN-BC, FGNLA • Heidi K. Holmes, BA, BScN, MScN, RN, GNC(c), FGNLA • Christie J. Robbins, FNP-C, RN, AANP, FGNLA GNLA LEADERSHIP MENTORS • Veronique Boscart, PhD, RN, MScN, MEd • Elizabeth Gilbert, RNC, MS, FNP-BC, CNS

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• Lisa A. Imlay, MSN, RN • Mary Beth Lepczyk, MSN, ACNS-BC, ANP-C • Tina M. Savdoval, MBA, BSN, RN GNLA FACULTY ADVISORS • Claudia Beverly, PhD, RN, FAAN • Deborah Cleeter, MSN, EdD, RN • Nelma Shearer, PhD, RN


GERONTOLOGIC NURSING LEADERSHIP ACADEMY APPLY TODAY

The Gerontologic Nursing Leadership Academy (GNLA) is an 18-month mentored leadership development experience offered by the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI).

APPLICATIONS DUE 3 JA N UA R Y 2016

STTI MEMBERSHIP NOT REQUIRED

The blended curriculum provides many methodologies for developing leadership knowledge and competence with a focus on the following three domains: •

Individual leadership development

Advancing nursing practice through leadership of an interprofessional team leadership project

Expanding scope of influence: organization, community, and profession

Workshop dates: Workshop 1 24-26 May 2016 • Indianapolis, Indiana Workshop 2 21-23 February 2017 • Indianapolis, Indiana Learn more at www.nursingsociety.org/GNLA.


Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the assistance of our peer reviewers for the 43rd Biennial Convention.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Janice G. Agazio, PhD, CRNP Judith W. Alexander, PhD, MBA, MS, BA, RN Kyungeh An, PhD Margot E. Andison, PhD, MSc, BSN, BSc (Hons) Alyce Ashcraft, PhD, RN, CNE Jo Azzarello, PhD, RN Gerene Bauldoff, PhD, RN, FAAN Eric Bauman, PhD, RN Deborah Behan, PhD, RN-BC Kathryn A. Blair, PhD, BC-FNP, FAANP Kathaleen C. Bloom, PhD Anita Boling, PhD, MSN, RN Carol Boswell, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEF JoEllen Brannan, PhD, MSN, RN Donna J. Brauer, PhD, RN Sara Breckenridge-Sproat, PhD, RN Toby Bressler, MPA, BSN, RN, OCN Barbara Brunt, MA, MN, RN-BC, NE-BC Meriam Caboral, PhD, RN, NP-C Mary Ann Cantrell, PhD, RN Dona Carpenter, EdD Patricia A. Carter, PhD, RN, CNS Mary Cazzell, PhD, RN Dennis J. Cheek, PhD, RN, FAHA Chi-Wen Chen, PhD Melanie L. Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB, CPLC Ai-Fu Chiou, PhD, RN Fang-yu Chou, PhD, RN Carla Clasen, BSN, MPH Jennifer Jeames Coleman, PhD, RN, CNE Linda Comer, PhD, RN, LPC Lidia Compean, PhD Rose Constantino, PhD, JD, MN, BSN, RN Linda S. Cook, PhD, CNE, CNE Thomas Cox, PhD, MS, MSW, MSN, BSN, BA, RN Cecelia L. Crawford, DNP, RN Laura Cullen, MA, RN Joan Culley, PhD, MPH, MS, RN, CWOCN Cynthia L. Cummings, EdD, RN Freda DeKeyser Ganz, PhD, RN Suzanne S. Dickerson, DNS Sharon Dormire, PhD, RN Myrna A. A. Doumit, PhD, RN Michelle L. Edmonds, PhD, ARNP-BC, CNE Patricia A. Edwards, EdD, RN Su-Ying Fang, PhD, RN Mary Louise Fleming, PhD, MSN, RN Geralyn M. Frandsen, EdD, RN Betsy Frank, PhD, RN, ANEF

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Karen H. Frith, PhD L. Sue Gabriel, EdD, MFS, MSN, RN, SANE-A, CFN, FABFEI, DABFN Pam George, EdD, MSN, MSA, BSN Elisa Giglio-Siudzinksi, MSN, BA, AAS Elizabeth W. Gonzalez, PhD, APRN, BC Denise K. Gormley, PhD, RN Lorali Gray, MEd, BSN, RN, NCSN Nancy C. Grove, PhD, MSN, MEd, BSN Susan S. Gunby, PhD, MN, BSN Barbara K. Haas, PhD, RN Lynne A. Hall, DrPH Cynthia Taylor Handrup, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN Robert Gordon Hanks, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN Debra R. Hanna, PhD, MS, BS, BA Phyllis Shanley Hansell, EdD, RN, FAAN Susan Hayden, PhD, RN Judith Hertz, PhD, RN Loretta Heuer, PhD, RN, FAAN Frank D. Hicks, PhD Marita B. Hoffart, PhD, MS, BSN Nancy Hoffart, PhD, RN Susan G. Hopkinson, PhD, MSN, RN-BC Mildred A. Horodynski, PhD, RN Sharon L. Jacques, PhD, RN Louise S. Jenkins, PhD, RN Edith Jenkins-Weinrub, EdD, MSN, BSN Janice M. Jones, PhD, RN, CNS Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN Linda Keilman, DNP, GNP-BC Kimberly Kim, PhD, RN Thomas Kippenbrock, EdD, RN Barbara Kisilevsky, PhD, MN, MA, BSN, RN Mary Dawn Koenig, PhD, RN Christina Koulouglioti, PhD, RN Debra Kramlich, MSN, RN, CCRN Sharon K. Kumm, MS, MN, RN, CCRN Susan A. LaRocco, PhD, RN, MBA, CNL, FNAP Marilyn B. Lee, PhD, MN, BSN, RN Shih-Yu Lee, PhD, RNC Ronell Leech, PhD, M (ECI), BA (Hons), BACur, BA Nancy Lerner, DNP Susan Letvak, PhD, RN Li-Chen Lin, PhD, RN Ana Maria Linares, DNS, RN Denise Maria Linton, DNS, RN, FNP-BC Gayenell S. Magwood, PhD, RN Reiko Makabe, PhD, RN Josephine M. Mancuso, PhD Barbara Mandleco, PhD, RN Elizabeth Manias, PhD, MPharm, RN Alice March, PhD, RN, FNPC, CNE

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Diane Massucci, DNP, RN, ANP-BC Ruth McCaffrey, ND, ARNP-BC Amy McClune, PhD, RN Tammie Mann McCoy, PhD, MSN, RN Anna M. McDaniel, DNS, RN, FAAN Catherine C. McDonald, PhD, RN Betsy M. McDowell, PhD, RN, CNE Esther L. Meerwijk, PhD Sherri Mendelson, PhD, RNC, CNS, IBCLC Sharon Marie Mills-Wisneski, PhD, RN, BSN, ADN Karin C. S. Minnie, PhD, RN, RM Kimberly A. Mitchell, PhD, MS, BSN Nora Montalvo-Liendo, PhD, RN Carole Moore, MNSc, RN, ACNP-BC Karen H. Morin, PhD, RN Carolyn J. Murrock, PhD, RN Cynthia A. Oster, PhD, MBA, MSN, BSN Erlinda Castro Palaganas, PhD, MPH, RN Carol Y. Phillips, PhD, RN Gail M. Powell-Cope, PhD, ARNP, FAAN Sandra K. Prunty, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, RN Maureen Rauschhuber, PhD, RNC-OB Trenda Ray, PhD, MNSc Kathie Records, PhD, RN Carolyn Reilly, PhD, RN Pamela J. Reis, PhD, CNM, NNP-BC Judith L. Reishtein, PhD, RN, CCRN Richard Ricciardi, PhD, MS, BS, NP Kathy Riley-Lawless, PhD, RN, PNP-BC Sue Robertson, PhD, RN, CNE Beth Rodgers, PhD, MSN, BS, RN, FAAN Heather M. Ross, DNP, ANP-BC Cathy Leffel Rozmus, DSN Sally S. Russell, MN, CMSRN, CNE Florence Schaefer, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC Cindy A. Scherb, PhD, RN Rachel F. Schiffman, PhD, RN, FAAN Katy L. Searle, MT, (ASCP), MSN, FNP-C Maya Shaha, PhD, RN Clarissa Agee Shavers, DNSc, WHNP-BC, RN, TRECOS Shyang-Yun Pamela K. Shiao, PhD, RN, FAAN Laureen H. Smith, PhD, MS, BSN, RN Lenora W. Smith, MSN, RN Lixin Song, PhD, RN Dianna L. Sorenson, PhD, MN, BS Matthew R. Sorenson, PhD, ANP, ANP-C Susan Sportsman, PhD, RN Beth A. Staffileno, PhD Sharon Wallace Stark, PhD, RN, APRN, BC, CFN, CPG Andrew Storer, DNP, CRNP Lynn M. Stover, DSN, MSN, BSN, RN, BC, SANE Jane F. Sumner, PhD, MN, BSN, RN

Barbara Swanson, PhD, RN, ACRN Helen M. Taggart, DSN, RN, ACNS-BC Oslinah Buru Tagutanazvo, MSc (Nurs), BSc (NursEd/ Admin), BACur Noriyoshi Tanaka, PhD, RN Jane Tang, PhD, RN Patricia L. Thomas, PhD, MSN, RN Michelle R. Tinkham, MS, BSN, RN, PHN, CNOR, CLNC, RNFA Lori Trego, PhD, CNM, ARNP Donna M. Tydings, DNP, RN, CNS-BC Mary Anne Vincent, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CNE Frances R. Vlasses, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN Julia M. Ward, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN Patricia Watts Kelley, PhD, RN, GNP-C, FNP-C Nnenna Weathers, PhD, MSN, RN Sally Weiss, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE, ANEF Krista Alaine White, PhD, RN, CCRN Rosemary C. White-Traut, PhD, RN, FAAN Laura L. Williams, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP Sandra Wise, PhD, MS, BSN

Conference Planning Task Force Daria Kring, PhD, RN-BC, Chair Robin D. Dennison, DNP, RN, CCNS, CNE Desiree Fleck, PhD, RN, ACNP Kathleen McCourt, RGN, RM, RCNT, RNT, MEd, BA (Hons), DipN (London) George Byron Peraza-Smith, DNP, ARNP, GNP-BC Jiayun Xu, BSN, RN

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Acknowledgments


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Author Index Author

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Aagard, Magdeline C. Abcejo, Sunnimpha Abecassis, Leah B. Abendroth, Maryann Abi Abdallah Doumit, Myrna Abolins, Kristina Elizabeth Abraham, Liza Mathais Abuosi, Aaron Asibi Acevedo-Alemán, Jesus Acosta, Juvy Montecalvo Adamek, Susan C. Adams, Lavonne M. Adams, Yenupini Joyce Adejumo, Oluyinka Adelman, Marcy L. Adewuyi, Modupe F. Adkins, Cherie S. Africa, Larissa Agazio, Janice B. Griffin Agbemenu, Kafuli Agbowu, Ruth Ahumada, Jesica Guadalupe Aihara, Yoko Ain, Deborah A. Akintade, Bimbola Fola Akpabio, Felicia S. Akpabio, Idongesit I. Akpan, Margaret Al-Hamidi, Sami Abdulrahman Al-Mamari, Khamis Albarran, Cynthia Albensi, Lisa Alejandro, Jose Alexander, Mary Alexander, Robbi K. Alexandre, Margarett Alfes, Celeste M. Alfred, Millicent Alghabbashi, Maram Allen, Stephanie B. Almaskari, Mohammed Almeida, Maria Lurdes Alonso Castillo, Bertha Alicia

USA USA USA USA Lebanon USA USA Ghana Mexico USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico Japan USA USA Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Portugal Mexico

Alonso Castillo, María Teresa de Jesús

Mexico

F 14, G 16 SC2.7 CL2.1 D 07 SC2.1 RS1.1 RS1.2 C 26 SC1.13, SC1, 21 B 04 A 12, C 03 SC2.2 H 19 F 25 SC2.49 RS1.3 CL1.1 C 15 F 17 SC2.3 MG1.1 SC2.4 D 03 SC2.5 NF1.1 CL2.2 A 08, CL2.2, H 19 CL2.21 F 17, SC2.6 B 01, C 16 RS1.4, G 27 EB2.20 B 20, F 20 D 15 C 16, D 16 CL2.3 CL2.4 RS1.22 H 18 C 25 C 14 F 18 SC1.1, SC1.2, SC1.3, SC1.4 SC1.1, SC1.2, SC1.3, SC1.4

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Alonso-Castillo, Maria Magdalena

Mexico

Altman, Amara Michella Alvarez, Yamina Amack, Emily M. Amann, Carol A. Amason, Janeen S. Ambrose, Heather Lynne Ambrose, Tanya S. Anbari, Allison B. Anderson, Cindy M. Anderson, Della J. Anderson, Diane A. Anderson, Erin Anderson, Kelley Andruszkiewicz, Pawel Anger, Alicia Angosta, Alona Ansell, Dawn Anselmo-Witzel, Sonia Antoniou, Carolyn Anyinam, Charles Aparicio, Shellie Aponte, Judith Apostolo, Joao Luis Aramburu Alegría, Christine M. Aranzamendez, Gina D. Arcoleo, Kimberly J. Ares, Terri L. Arevian, Mary Armendáriz García, Nora Angélica Arms, Tamatha Arterberry, Katheryn B. Astle, Barbara Asuquo, Ekaete Francis Athilingam, Ponrathi Atkin, Lizann Atwood, Katharine H. Avadhani, Amita Ayars, Marilyn Sue Ayoola, Adejoke B. Aziato, Lydia

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Poland USA USA USA USA Austria Canada USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA Lebanon Mexico USA USA Canada Nigeria USA USA USA USA USA USA Ghana

SC1.1, SC1.2, SC1.3, SC1.4, SC2.37 A 16 C 19 RS1.19 E 27 CL2.5 D 25 RS1.103 E 12 RS1.11 MG1.2 LD1.23 D 06 G 10 E 18 B 26 G 28 B 21 LD2.1 E 25 A 18, G 25 RS1.28 G 18 F 18 F 24 C 12 G 01 A 27 SC2.1 SC1.1, SC1.2, SC1.4 B 06 MC1.8 RS1.72 C 27 A 25 E 01 RS1.5 NF1.2 EB2.1 H 19 C 17

Canada USA

E 01, F 27, G 03 F 04, CL2.6

B

Babenko-Mould, Yolanda B. Bain, Cynthia Denise

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Baird, Becky M. Baird, Brittney M. Baker, Joshua W. Baker, Keri Lynn Baldo, Priscila Lapaz Balko, Kimberly Ann Ball, Edonn Vida Ball, Lisa Sherry Ballestas, Helen C. Ballout, Suha Balneaves, Lynda Bantle-Felt, Jenifer Bar-on, Miriam E. Barbé, Tammy D. Barnes, Amy Jo Barnes, Emily Barnsteiner, Jane H. Barrera Ortiz, Lucy Barry, Maureen A. Barry Hultquist, Teresa L. Barut, Jennifer K. Baskaran, Christiana Basova, Nataliya Bass, Susan Bassett, Sue D. Batalha, Luís Manuel Cunha Batchelor, Monique Baumann, Paula Baumann, Steven Bayne, Lynn Elizabeth Bazin, Moira Beard, Elizabeth Hope Beatriz, Christine Beaver, Jenny D. Beck, Julie A. Beck, Melissa Schwartz Becker, Dawn Becker, Sherri R. Becker, Susan Bednarzyk, Michele S. Beers, Geri W. Behel, Jay Behrens, Liza Beiermann, Mary E. Beiswanger, Whitney Bennett, Crystal Bennington, Linda Bentley, Regina Bergeron, Peggy Bergquist-Beringer, Sandra Bernardes, Andrea Berndt, Andrea E. Bernstein, Kunsook S. Berry, Cynthia Gurdak Bertha, Kimberley Ann

USA USA USA USA Brazil USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA Colombia Canada USA USA USA Canada USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Brazil USA USA USA USA

CL1.13 MC1.1 B 19 E 13 LD2.3 B 27 SC1.5 CL2.52 A 13 CA1.1 A 08 SC2.7 A 06 SC2.8 RS1.6 RS1.67 G 15 SC2.15 CL2.7 E 11 A 12 H 18 EB2.20 E 15 F 19 EB1.1 EB1.2 LD2.2 A 14 E 26, SC2.18 CL2.67 RS1.1 E 07 RS1.19 CL2.8 CA1.2, SC2.9 E 26 RS1.7 H 24 H 11 D 07 H 11 E 13 SC2.10 RS1.6 CL2.76 LD2.21 LD1.7 RS1.8 SC2.11 LD2.3 G 12 E 03 D 07 CL2.9

Besch, Katharine Joy Bessmertnyy, Valery Betts, Kelly J. Bevan, Ann L.

MC1.2 RS1.9 D 26 H 17

Beverly, Claudia J. Beyan, Edwin Bhana, Varshika Manilal Bhanji, Sahreen Malik Bibb, Sandra Bicknell, Patricia Binns-Emerick, Lisa R. Bisson, Jennifer M. Bitowski, Billie Black, Agnes T. Black, Andrea Elizabeth Black, Ipuna E. Black, Katherine Blackburn, Donna S. Bladen, Laurie Blair, Lisa M. Blalock, Dalphany Blanc, Vania Bloom, Kathaleen C. Boch, Samantha Bohn, Marlys J. Bohnarczyk, Nancy Bond, Diana K. Bond, Mary Lou

USA USA USA United Kingdom USA Liberia South Africa Pakistan USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

Booth, Richard Borgos, Jill Bornais, Judy Boscart, Veronique Boso, Christian Makafui Bosse, Jordon Boswell, Carol Botma, Yvonne Bounds, Dawn Bourne, Kimberly M. Bowen, Felesia Renee Bowen, Stacey Marie Bowers, Cynthia J. Boyle, Diane K. Braband, Barb J. Bradley, Kathleen A. Bradshaw, Pamela J. Brady, Debra Bramlett, Martha Hains Brannigan, Laurie Branstetter, M. Laurie Braunlin, Kathryn Breckenridge, Diane Brekelmans, Gerard Brémault-Phillips, Suzette

Canada USA Canada Canada Ghana USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Netherlands Canada

H O N O R S O C I E T Y O F N U R S I N G | S I G M A T H E TA TAU I N T E R N AT I O N A L

GN1.1, GN1.2 F 14 RS1.10 B 01 C 20, E 20 A 10 GN1.1 , D 29 E 06 MC1.11 A 08, CL2.23 EB2.9 CL1.2 H 02 H 03 LD1.6, E 11 RS1.11 RS1.12 MC1.3 H 11 RS1.13 F 26 H 02 F 10 CENE 03, CENE 05 E 01 E 12 G 04 GN1.4 E 16 A 09 B 05, D 10, H 12 F 05 RS1.14 CL2.10 H 14 RS1.15 EB1.3 SC2.11 F 25 G 05, H 05 E 14 E 17 EB1.11 C 04 B 04 CL2.85 CL1.17 D 10 SC2.70

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Brennan, Rita Allen Brennan, Terry R. Brett-MacLean, Pamela Brewer, Carol S. Brewer, Melanie Bricker, Diedre Bridges, Ruth Ann Briggs, Jana M. Brinkman, Mary A. Brito, Juliana Brooks, Ann Marie T. Brooks, Jacquelyne L. Broome, Marion E. Brooten, Dorothy Broscious, Christine Brown, Cynthia Ringhofer Brown, Jeremy Brown, Kristen Jean Brown Reid, Tina P. Browne, Jennifer A. Browning, Shaunagh Marie Brubaker, Amanda Bruce, Judith C. Bryant, Kellie Dionne Bryant, Kelly Bryant, Ruth A. Bucco, Theresa Buchholz, Susan Buchko, Barbara L. Buckner, Ellen B. Bueno Robles, Luz Stella Buijck, Bianca Ivonne Burch, Terese Burdi, Melissa A. Burger, Adele Burkard, Joseph F. Burke, Darlene Mary Burns, Catherine Buron, Bill Burrell, Lisa Anne Bushinski, Susan Lynne Butenewicz, Cathleen D. Butler, Chondra Butz, Arlene Buzick, Ausrine Byun, Jinyee

USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Colombia Netherlands USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Korea

CL2.11 CL1.16 SC2.70 C 10 H 26 H 05 D 10 A 12 H 23 G 08 D 15, E 09 F 12 E 21 G 24 CL1.17 G 02 A 11, LD2.11 LD1.1 C 03 CL2.12 E 13 SC2.10 LD1.2 F 04 E 01 B 15 F 02 H 16 MC1.9 NF1.13, F 13 SC2.12 EB2.2 LD2.28 RS1.16 H 01 H 25 E 24 MC1.6 SC2.48 D 13 CL2.13 EB1.4 A 02 SC2.63 B 05 EB2.15

Cabilan, Cara Joyce Caboral-Stevens, Meriam Cacal, Felicitas T. Cadmus, Edna Caicedo, Carmen Caliri, Maria Helena Larcher Callada, Ronn M. Callaghan, Donna M. Camarena, Lucy Camata, Silvia Gisiger Cameron, Sheila Camp, Caitlin Michele Campbell, Eleanor T. Campbell, Heather Campbell, Jacquelyn Campbell, Karen Campbell, Shannon Campbell, William T. Candela, Lori Cannon, Annette A. Cannon, Sharon Cantrell, Mary Ann Cardoso, Daniela Carl, Linda Carlson, Cathy Carlson, Elizabeth A. Carlson, Karen L. Carr, Jeanine M. Carrara, Gisleangela Lima Rodrigues Carreno-Moreno, Sonia Carrillo Gonzalez, Gloria Mabel Carrillo-Cervantes, Ana Laura Carrion, Judith Carroll, Jessica C. Carson, Elizabeth M. Carson, Paula Carte, Nicholas Carter, Holly Casao, Lourdes Maria Casey, Donna M. Cassagnol, Jacqueline Cassidy, Karma Castellanos, Sharon A. Castillo Vargas, Raul

Australia USA USA USA USA Brazil USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA Canada USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA USA Brazil

D 24 A 04, RS1.103 EB1.5 H 02 A 26 SC2.13 A 14 E 24 RS1.17 B 25 D 16 RS1.18 D 03 SC2.88 PLEN 2 LD2.42 D 09 LD2.5, H 29 A 12, SC1.6 C 14 H 12 E 28 F 18 C 02 SC2.14, SC2.73 LD1.3 EN1.1 C 28 LD2.3

Colombia Colombia Mexico USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico

Catlin, Anita J. Catrambone, Cathy Cavalier, James

USA USA USA

SC2.15 SC2.15 SC1.13, SC1.20 H 08 RS1.5, RS1.19 D 16 F 26 SC2.16 CL2.36 LD1.4 RS1.20 A 14 NF1.3 E 10 CA1.7, SC1.20, EB2.5 C 28 B 29 E 04

C CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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Cepero, Jesus Cessarich, Amber M. Ceynowa, Lisa Chandler, Melody Chaney, Susan Chang, Ling-Yin Chang, Shu-Chen Chang, Sun Ju Chang, Tse-Yun Chang, Tsyr-Huei Chapa-Florida, Deborah Chaparro Diaz, Lorena Chappell, Kate K. Charlton, Sara-Grey Chatham, Deborah H. Chee, Eunice Chee, Wonshik Chen, Chien-Lan Chen, Hsing Mei Chen, Miao-Yi Chen, Xing Lian Chen, Yao-Mei Chen, Ying-Shan Cheng, Yu-Shin Chesebrough, Geri Cheshire, Michelle H. Chiang, Lien-Ying Chichester, Melanie Chien, Shu Chun

USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan Taiwan South Korea Taiwan Taiwan USA Colombia USA Canada USA USA USA Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA USA Taiwan USA Japan

Cleeter, Deborah

USA

Clerico, Elizabeth T. Cleveland, Deborah A. Clinton, Patricia Cochran, Audrey Cochran, Karen R. Cochran, Whitney Denae Codier, Estelle Coetzee, Siedine Coffey, Sue

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa Canada

Coffman, Sherrilyn Cohen, Susan M. Cohn, Tanya Marie Cole, Linda C. Coleman, Jennifer Jeames Collins, Elizabeth Cole Collins-Christie, Sabrina

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

Chiu, Hsiao-Yean Chlebowski, Angela Choi, Mona Chokwe, Mmajapi Tshidi Elizabeth Chonpimai, Geneva Christenbery, Tom Christie, Wanda J. Christopher, Beth-Anne Chumtem, Sirinya Chung, Fen-Fang Chung, Sophia Ciarleglio, Patricia McKiernan Cino, Kathleen Cirpili, Avni Clark, Cynthia M. Clark, Myra L. Clark, Sha Clark, Wendy S. Clary-Muronda, Valerie Ann Clavelle, Joanne T. Clayton, Margaret Clayton, Sonya L. Clayton-Jones, Dora

Taiwan USA South Korea South Africa

B 01 RS1.19 RS1.25 C 05 H 08 SC2.93, SC2.99 A 17 A 28 A 17 CL2.83 C 20, E 20 SC2.15 RS1.21 CL2.23 B 19 A 28 A 28 EB2.14 CL2.15, CL2.33 EB2.3 RS1.22 A 17 CL2.14 CL2.15 H 10 E 12 SC1.7 E 26, SC2.18 CL1.3, SC2.46, SC2.100 A 04 LD2.6 A 03 F 08

Thailand USA USA USA Thailand Taiwan USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

D 02 H 09 F 02 E 02 CL1.4 EB2.14 C 19 B 03 B 14 A 12 CENE 06 RS1.34 A 16 B 12 SC2.19 H 11 D 19 MC1.8 A 16

Collom, Charles Combs, Bryan Comiskey, Catherine Compton, Madison B. Connelly, Katherine Connelly, Kirsten E. Connolly, Lesley L. Conrad, Paula Constance, Claire M. Contreras, Estella Conway, Cheryl Moseley Cook, Thomas H. Cook-Withers, Konstance I. Cooknell, Lynn E. Cooksey-James, Tawna Cooper, Karen

USA USA Ireland USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA United Kingdom USA USA USA Mexico

GN1.4, C 29, D 29 MG1.4 EB2.4 A 22, MC1.5 H 07 LD2.7, G 11 RS1.1 C 02 SC2.33 A 18, LD2.8, G 25 A 03, SC2.5 SC2.20 MG1.3, F 09 G 01 D 07 SC2.20 A 23, B 23, D 23, E 23 D 26 SC2.21 LD1.2 D 18 EB1.10 G 28 RS1.23 CL2.1 D 18 B 05 B 13, SC2.22 RS1.59 LD1.5 F 09 SC2.54, SC2.83 A 19

Cooper, Michelle Cooper, Rachel Marie Copel, Linda Carman Cortes-Montelongo, Diana Berenice Cortez-Gonzรกlez, Luis

Mexico

Costanzo, Cindy L. Cowling, W. Richard Cozort, Rachel W. Craft, Melissa A. Cramer, Emily Craney, Neil Schalliol Crisp, Cheryl

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

Crowder, Sharron J. Cuellar, Ernestine Hunter Culhane, Ciara Cullati, Diana A.

USA USA USA USA

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B 22 RS1.24 B 01, C 16 EB2.5, EB2.6 EB2.5, EB2.6, SC2.78 H 12 D 14 EB1.11 B 25 SC2.11 RS1.24 SC1.8, CL2.16, EB2.7 LD2.9 LD2.10 G 05 RS1.25 < TO CONTENTS 177

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Culver, Matthew A. Curnin, Margaret E. Curry, Madeline P. Cvengros, Jamie

USA USA USA USA

CL2.81 CL2.17 RS1.19 H 11

Dick, Mischa Dick, Tracey Dickson, Holly Nicole Diefenbeck, Cynthia A.

USA USA USA USA

Diener, Elizabeth J. DiFazio, Rachel DiMinno, Adele Dimitroff, Lynda J. Dingley, Catherine E. Dingman, Sharon Kay Diogo, Donna Dion, Ken Disch, Joanne Dixon, Stephanie R. Doboszynska, Anna Dodd, Greg Dodge Francis, Carolee Dogani, Fatsani L. Doi, Yoshiko Dolan, Scott C. Dominguez, Susana Donaldson, Ian Doolen, Jessica Dorman, Joan Dorman, Robert J. Doughty, Andrea Douglas, Ingrid Dower, Laura Doyon, Katherine Drake, Derek S. Dressel, Zoey Drexler, Jennifer B. Du Preez, Antoinette Dufek, Janet S. Dufrene, Claudine Duke, Maxine M. Dumphy, Deborah A. Dunn, Judi Durbin, Christine Dyer, Jane M. Dzurec, Laura C.

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Poland Canada USA USA Japan USA USA England USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA Australia USA USA USA USA USA

EB1.6 D 07 RS1.30 B 14, C 16, SC1.9, D 16 B 19, C 18, E 27 EB1.18 C 10 A 27 D 19 CL2.20 G 09 B 20, F 20 G 15 RS1.31 LD1.22 A 18 A 12 H 03 SC1.10, SC1.16 H 08 B 05 A 19 A 06 H 02 LD2.12 LD2.28 SC2.49 A 07 D 19 RS1.32 RS1.6 B 09 SC2.26 SC2.80 C 06, EB2.37 SC2.68 RS1.34 LD2.13 SC2.74 H 15 C 29, NF1.3, SC1.11

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D’Agostino, Deborah D’Alessandro, Michelle D’Angelo, Carine M. D’Antonio, Patricia D’Errico, Ellen Dahlke, Sherry Daley, Katie Dallas, Anthony V. Dambrino, Kathryn L. Daniel, Manju N. Daniels, Felicity M. Darby-Carlberg, Cheryl L. Darnell, Teena Byers Daugherty, JoAnn Davidson, Sandra Davies, Sarah J.

USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA Canada United Kingdom Davis, Anjanetta USA Davis, Ashley N. USA Davis, Rhonda R. USA Davison, Jean Ann USA Dawkins, Vivian P. USA Dayus, Deborah Canada de la Cruz, Karen H. USA De La Cruz-Escobedo, Berenice USA De La Pena, Kassandra Therese USA Decker, Roxy Lee USA DeClercq, Jennifer L. USA Deenan, Aporn Thailand Dela Cruz-Torio, Leslie D. USA Delabra Salinas, María Mexico Magdalena Delgado, Cheryl USA Delpier, Terry USA Demb, Ada USA Dermenchyan, Anna USA Dermody, Gordana USA

B 05 A 11, LD2.11 RS1.1 H 29 EB2.8 SC2.23 E 02 RS1.59 RS1.26 E 25 F 25 A 03 H 07 SC2.49 A 18 B 10

Devitt, Barbara DeYoung, Haley E. Di Vito-Thomas, Pamela Allyn Diaz, Patricia

F 12 MC1.4 GN1.2 G 02 D 12 B 27 G 02 RS1.27 RS1.28 EB2.9 GN1.3, D 29 D 02 CL2.18 SC1.20, SC2.78, SC2.81 C 06 EN1.1 SC2.60 E 15 B 11, D 16, LD2.22 LD2.31 RS1.29 CL2.19, SC2.24 SC2.25

USA USA USA Colombia

CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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Easterbrook, Barbara Lynn Eby, Amy Z. Echlin, Jean

USA USA Canada

CL2.41 RS1.33 LD1.20, H 27

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Eckert, Joanne Edet, Olaide Bamidele Edie, Alison H. Edmonds, Michelle L. Edwards, Courtney Edwards, Laurel Edwards, Nancy Eggenberger, Terry L. Eggert, Megan M. Einhellig, Katrina Ekanem, Comfort E. Ekanem, Margaret I. El Harit, Jamie Lynn El-Banna, Majeda M. Elhammoumi, Cheryl Vinyard Ella, Regina E.

USA Nigeria USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Nigeria Nigeria USA USA USA Nigeria

Ellington, Lee Elliott, Cindy A. Ellis, Rebecca Elting, Julie Kientz Elverson, Cynthia Anderson Embree, Jennifer L. Emeghebo, Lorraine Engel, Marcus Epp, Sheila Ernesti, Deanne Esienumoh, Ekpoanwan E. Esparza Almanza, Santiaga Enriqueta Esparza Gonzalez, Sandra Cecilia Esser, Media S. Essner, Amy L. Etowa, Josephine Bassey

USA Canada Canada USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA Nigeria Mexico

A 08 CL2.21, SC2.84 NF1.4, G 10 D 17 H 13 RS1.5 D 29 NF1.5 RS1.29 D 08 CL2.21 A 08 EB2.10 D 26 CA1.2 CL2.2, CL2.22, SC2.84 D 19 CL2.23 A 18 G 23 SC2.27 C 29, NF1.6 A 13 SC2.44 C 04 E 11 CL2.2, H 19 SC1.4

Mexico

CL1.5

USA USA Canada

Evangelista, Lorraine S. Eviza, Kathleen Flores Eymard, Amanda Ezenwa, Miriam O. Ezeonwu, Mabel

USA Philippines USA USA USA

MC1.5 C 02 C 18, C 27, G 19, H 19 A 04 C 12 CL2.24 F 16 E 19

Feng, Du Fenkl, Eric Fennimore, Laura A. Ferguson, Linda M. Fernandez, Katheryn Fernandez, Reginald Perez Ferris, Ella Ferry-Rooney, Raechel Fierro, Ryann D. Fillmore, Laura Filmalter, Celia J. Fisher, MaryDee Fiske, Elizabeth Ann Fitzpatrick, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick Melissa A. Fletcher, Donna M. Florez, Elizabeth Flynn, Linda Foisy-Doll, Colette Fongkaew, Warunee Forbes, Helen Ford, Cassandra D. Ford, Cindy Ford, Jodi Forehand, Jeffery Wade Forrester, D. Anthony (Tony) Fortier, Mary Elizabeth Foster, DeSales Fourie, Carla Francis, Jeffrey Francis-Johnson, Patricia G. Franklin, Wanda J. Franqueiro, Tammy Frederickson, Keville C. Freeman-Gibb, Laurie Freibott, Puneet G. Freysteinson, Wyona M. Friend, Mary Louanne Friese, Tanya R. Froese, Maria Froh, Elizabeth Fry-Bowers, Eileen K.

USA USA USA Canada USA USA Canada USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Thailand Australia USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA

Nigeria South Africa USA USA USA Lebanon USA USA USA USA USA USA

F 16 F 25 C 03 G 10 LD1.6, E 11 SC2.1 F 25 LD2.18 CA1.3 A 24, LD2.2 F 06 EB2.1

Frye, Linda S. Funashima, Naomi

USA Japan

Furr, Susan Fyle-Thorpe, Omolara

USA USA

G 18 G 25 MC1.6 B 03, SC2.28 F 18 A 04 SC2.88 LD2.14 H 06 E 05 RS1.36 D 25 SC2.29 LD2.43, G 03 E 22 RS1.38 G 27 D 28 B 21 C 27 SC2.68 E 12 B 26, LD2.15 RS1.13 E 08 NF1.11, NF1.13 CL2.25, EB2.11 E 09 H 01 H 26 D 10 SC2.30 C 15 NF1.11, F 13 SC2.31 EB2.12 C 16, NF1.7 LD2.36 E 02, H 11 EB2.20 MC1.11 F 12, CL2.26, SC2.32, G 24 CL2.27 CL2.59, EB2.34, G 23 EB1.11 C 24

Brazil USA USA USA USA

LD2.3 CL1.11, CL2.28 H 14 H 25 RS1.53

F

Fajobi, Abidemi Fakude, Lorraine P. Falco, Kimberly Fall-Dickson, Jane M. Falvo, Nancy C. Fares, Souha Faris, Tamara Lynn Farley Serembus, Joanne Farrell, Theresa Farris, Cindy L. Fatkin, Kathy J. Femino, Gianpaolo

G

Gabriel, Carmen Silvia Gaines, Rebecca M. Gakumo, Ann Galakatos, Theresa D. Galik, Elizabeth

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Galindo, Ali Marie Gallagher-Ford, Lynn Gallegos, Esther C. Gamboa Cázares, Isidro Artemio Ganz, April H. Garcia, Fatima Garner, Linda R. Garon, Maryanne Garossino, Candy Garrett-Wright, Dawn Garvin, Jane Gary, Jodie C. Gately Schortzmann, Kathleen Gatlin, Patricia K. Gawlik, Kate E. Gbenu, Francisca Eghonghon Gehrke, Pamela M. Geis, Alice Gennaro, Susan George, Lynn E. George, Marian J. George Dalmida, Safiya Gerard, Sally O’Toole Geyer, Nelouise Giancaterino, Nicole M. Gierys, Kendra Gilbert, Jason H. Gilchrist, Kathleen L. Gimenes, Fernanda R. E. Glasofer, Amy Glassco, Alicia Glauberman, Gary Gober, Carla Gogno, Nicholas Charles Goldin, Marlienne Goldstein, Nancy S. Goldwag, Kiara J. Golemboski, Ronald S. Gomez Hernandez, Deycer Gomez-Melasio, Dafne Gonçalves, Márcia Beatriz Berzoti Gonzalez Tovar, Jose Good, Beth D. Goodwin, Miki Gopinath, Vidya V. Gormley, Denise K. Gorton, Karen

USA USA Mexico Mexico

CA1.4, G 24 F 15 SC2.36 SC1.3

USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA Nigeria USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA South Africa USA Canada USA USA Brazil USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico Mexico Brazil

RS1.39 F 09 CA1.5 C 13 A 08, CL2.23 B 03, H 03 C 17, CL2.53 LD1.7 RS1.40 G 28 C 22 E 25 D 17 LD2.14 D 22, G 14 EB1.13 E 17 C 27, G 21 LD2.6 SC2.33, H 10 D 11 EB2.20 G 13 D 26, F 19 SC1.12 G 07 LD2.16 LD2.17 SC2.62 A 10 C 08 A 11, LD2.11 H 02 RS1.88 SC2.36 SC1.13 SC2.76

Gorzeman, Joy A. Gosselin, Ann K. Gottlieb, Jeanne Graber, Jennifer Graf, Suzanne P. Graham, Leslie L. M.

USA USA USA USA USA Canada

Graham, Lori Graham, Margaret C. Graves, Barbara Ann Graveto, Joao Manuel Green, Marjorie Green, Meredith Laine Greenawald, Deborah A. Greenlee, April Gresh, Christina E. Griffiths, Peter

USA USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA USA United Kingdom Brazil USA Ghana USA USA USA USA Mexico USA USA Canada USA USA Mexico

SC2.49 D 04 CL2.29 B 14, F 11 SC2.35 A 18, LD2.8, G 25 SC1.19 C 22 G 06 E 26 EB1.6 MC1.10, MC1.12 EN1.3 B 01 CL1.6 B 10

Mexico USA USA USA USA USA

SC1.21, SC2.81 F 17 H 11 D 18 C 11 EN1.2, SC2.34

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Grivol, Daniele Éllen Groenwald, Susan L. Gross, Janet J. Grunawalt, Julie Gryskiewicz, Courtney E. Guay, Alexis Marie Guay, Jennifer Guevara-Valtier, Milton Carlos Guido-Sanz, Frank Guiney, Kathleen M. Guse, Lorna Guthrie, Barbara J. Gutierrez, Antonio Gutierrez Valverde, Juana Mercedes Guzman Facundo, Francisco Rafael

H

Hackett, Susan P. Hadwiger, Mariquit C. Hadwiger, Stephen C. Hafley, Joe Hafsteindóttir-Houten, Thóra Haga, Chiyori Hager, Kathy Hagerman, Nancy A. Hagge, Darla K. Häggman-Laitila, Arja Haglund, Kristin

LD2.3 D 14 E 16 D 04 D 08 G 01 CL2.68 SC2.36 CL1.7 C 14 EB2.20 H 18 SC1.6 LD2.20, SC2.36

Mexico

SC2.37

Canada USA USA USA Netherlands Japan USA USA USA Finland USA

LD1.9 F 26 F 26 C 26 C 20, E 20 D 03 H 07 D 09 E 17 B 07 A 16

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Hale, Robyn K. Halfer, Diana Hall, Virginia L. Halliday, Deborah Ann Ham, Ok Kyung Hamilton, Lisa A. Hammond-Ritschard, Elizabeth Hancock, Kelly Hancock, Princess Stephanie Fumi Hanes, Patricia Frohock Hanks, Jr., Robert Gordon Hanna, Kathleen Hannah, Kathryn J. Hannan, Jean Hardacker, Cecilia Hardy, Elaine C. Härkänen, Marja S. Harkness, Beth Harris, Denise Harris, M. Sharon Harrison, Michelle L. Hart, Amy Hart, Julie Hartley, Kendall Hartman, Sheri Hassler, Linda Hawkins, Darice Hawkins, Janice E. Hawkins, Shelley Hawthorne, Dawn Marie Hayes, Amy D. Hayes, Evelyn R. Haykowsky, Mark J. F.

USA USA USA USA South Korea Canada USA USA USA

MC1.13 C 01 EB1.12 CL1.8 A 28 LD1.20, H 27 LD2.18 LD2.43 E 03

USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA Finland USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

USA USA USA USA Australia USA USA USA USA Netherlands USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA

Hoover, Yovanka Horodynski, Mildred A. Horsley, Trisha Leann Horton, Eleanor S. Horton-Deutsch, Sara Hoshi, Miwako Hosoda, Yasuko

USA USA USA Australia USA Japan Japan

Heaslip, Vanessa

United Kingdom USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico USA USA USA USA USA Canada

B 24 CL1.9 E 19 D 05 SC2.38, G 24 H 11 C 29, NF1.8 CL2.30 B 18 MG1.3 MC1.3 MC1.7 EB2.13 C 10 F 28 D 01 H 02 CL2.41 LD1.8 EN1.4 H 27 MG1.6 H 29 CENE 01, CENE 05 A 19

Hill, Alethea N. Hinderer, Katherine A. Hinds, Kim R. Hinds, Pamela Hines, Sonia J. Hite, Kimberly C. Ho, Judy Ong Hodge, Deborah Hodges, Pamela J. Hoekstra, Tjitze S. Hoffman, Alice Hoffman, Jenny Paugh Hoffman, Kenneth L. Hoffman, Matthew Hoffman, Susan A. Hofmann, Joanna F. Holcombe, Jenny M. Hold, Judith L. Holland, Cindra S. Holland, James Daniel Hollie, Barbara Holloway, Kathy S. Holmes, Heidi K. Hooper, Vallire D.

Hoying, Jacqueline Hsieh, Ching-Hsing Hsieh, Gary Hsieh, Hui Ling Hsu, Ming Yi Huang, Hui Mei Huang, I-Chin Huang, Jen Ying Huddleston, Kathi C. Huerta, Carolina Hughes, Robie Victoria Hull, Margie A. Hummel, Faye I. Hummel, Louise Laufer Hundley, Vanora

USA Taiwan USA Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA USA USA USA USA USA United Kingdom USA USA USA USA USA USA

E 18 C 03 EB1.7 EB1.8 D 24 MC1.6 A 25 E 12 C 06, EB2.37 CL2.31 SC1.15 B 23, F 23 E 04 SC2.18 MC1.9 A 14 RS1.59 H 10 SC2.41 CA1.6, H 24 F 01 F 11 GN1.4, D 29 C 17, EB2.18, G 11 D 06 SC1.15 C 29, NF1.9 B 12 C 09 SC2.42 SC1.10, SC1.16, SC1.18 E 27 EB2.14 SC1.15 CL2.32 SC1.7, SC1.17 EB1.16 A 17 CL2.33 B 18 LD2.20 C 07 CL2.34, LD2.23 D 08 E 09 H 17

Heckman, Angela D. Hegadoren, Kathleen Mary Heid, Christine Lynn Heintz, Phyllis A. Heitman, Linda K. Henderson, Laura E. Henderson, Shakira Hensel, Desiree Hepburn, Kenneth Hermann, Carla P. Hernandez, Johnanna Hernandez, Kerena Hernandez, Peggy (Margaret) Herrman, Judith Hickey, Kari Lynne Hickman, Ronald Hicks, Nikole Anderson Higginbottom, Gina M. A.

RS1.41 CL2.56 F 19 H 07 C 02 B 01 MC1.8 RS1.24 RS1.46 E 17 LD2.19, SC2.39 CA1.7 C 06 SC1.14, F 24 D 07, SC2.40 H 14 E 16 G 19

Huntley, Nicole Hupcey, Judith Hurlbut, Jene’ M. Hurley, Roxanne Huston, Carol L. Hutchens, Amy M.

H O N O R S O C I E T Y O F N U R S I N G | S I G M A T H E TA TAU I N T E R N AT I O N A L

G 07 E 10 F 04, H 08 SC2.43 A 21, EN1.5 C 19

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Hyrkas, Kristiina

USA

A 27

USA Japan USA USA Ireland USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Japan USA

CL2.35 SC1.10 A 28 GN1.3 RS1.42 D 27 CL2.5 E 01 C 12 E 06 F 28, G 18, G 28 D 28, LD2.9 F 18 RS1.43 E 04, LD2.21 SC2.45 CL2.65

Jones, Beverly Jones, Florence Jones, Janice M. Jones, Julie Jones, M. Susan Jones, Sandra “Sande” Gracia Jones, Sharon M. Jones-Bendel, Patricia Joseph, Letha M. Joy-Egly, Tiffany Jung, Dukyoo

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Korea

D 25 MC1.7 G 13, H 07 B 20, F 20 H 03 G 25 CL2.37 E 01 CL2.38, H 03 RS1.5 EB2.15

Kadalska, Ewa Kalowes, Peggy

Poland USA

Kaltenbacher, Tracy K. Kameoka, Tomomi Kane, Deborah Kang, Youjeong Kao, Chi-Wen

USA Japan Canada USA Taiwan

USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa

A 23, D 23 RS1.59 G 11 H 28 CL2.40 A 13 RS1.96

USA USA USA USA USA Thailand USA USA USA Nigeria USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada

C 03 B 27, SC2.44 EN1.7 RS1.103 RS1.60 CL1.4 C 02 F 03, F 10 F 26 A 08, SC2.84 B 02, D 17 CL2.36 D 07 A 01 RS1.100 D 24 SC2.31

Kao, Ching-Chiu Kao, Li-Chuan Kardong-Edgren, Suzan Kari Baum, Sherry Kashihara, Rie Kasine, Yvonne Kataoka, Eri Katayama, Yukari Katsumata, Asako T.

Taiwan Taiwan USA USA Japan Canada Japan Japan USA

Kawabe, Fusako

Japan

Kawi, Jennifer Keating, Stacen A. Keller-Unger, Jan Kelly, Katherine A. Kelly, Stephanie A. Kemnitz, Christopher P. Kendziora, Sandra Kent, Gertrude Kent, Paul Kerr, Linda Sue Kesic-Sellers, Aricka Kidd, Lori I. Killingsworth, Erin E.

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

LD1.22 C 25, CL2.41, SC2.10 RS1.44 CL2.59 D 16 A 28 CL2.32, CL2.39, EB2.3 A 17 CL2.14 NF1.9 E 15 EB2.29 G 03 SC2.45 SC1.16, SC1.18 B 11, D 16, LD2.22, LD2.28 CL1.3, SC2.46, SC2.100 F 28, G 28 CL2.40 G 12 C 14 H 28 RS1.45 D 04 A 27 H 11 CL2.41 A 26 D 01, CL2.80 NF1.10, D 07

I

Igwacho, Josephine A. Ikeuchi, Kaori Im, Eun-Ok Imlay, Lisa A. Impey, Sinead Ingelse, Kathy M. Ingram, Katherine H. Ingram, Sherida Ingwell-Spolan, Charlene M. Inman, Cecilia M. Inouye, Jillian Ironside, Pam Isaacson, Mary J. Ishmael, Cassie Marie Isibel, Denise B. Ito, Misae Iwunze, Sandra

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Jackson, Janell Jackson, Joanie Jacob, Ani Jacobson, Diana L. Jakubowski, Tami L. James-Borga, Judith C. Janse van Rensburg, Elsie Sophia Jarosinski, Judith M. Jeffers, Stephanie M. Jeffries, Pamela Jennas, Joseph I. Jensen, Linda E Jitpanya, Chanokporn Job, Lisa M. Jochem, Kathleen Johanson, Linda John, Mildred E. Johnson, Amy Nagorski Johnson, Kelly S. Johnson, Nita L. Johnson, Paige Johnson, Rebecca A. Johnston, Donald Jones, Beverley L.

CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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MG = Showcase of Magnet® Hospital Research and Evidence-Based Peer-Reviewed Posters NF = Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters PLEN = Plenary Presentation RS = Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters SC = Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters WKSP = Workshop Presentation

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Session

Kim, Hyejin

South Korea

Kvist, Tarja

Finland

Kim, Hyojin

South Korea

Kim, Sangmi King, Sharia King-Jones, Malena Kinlay, Joanne Kinning, Brenda Kiplinger, Ronald N. Kippenbrock, Thomas Kirksey, Kenn M. Kitchens, Jennifer L. Klakovich, Marilyn D. Klein, Elisabeth Z. Klein, G. Jean Kleinpell, Ruth M Klinshaw, Gale T. Klopper, Hester C.

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa

Kwon, Young Dae Kynoch, Kate Kyriakidis, Patricia Hooper

South Korea Australia USA

Kyzar, Theresa

USA

B 07, LD1.24, D 13, E 18 C 24 D 24 CENE PLEN, CENE 04 F 17, SC2.51

Knaust, Sabre Ann Knoff, Celeste Rene Kobayashi, Hisako Kohlbry, Pamela Konieczny, Leona A. Konlakit, Duanphen Kono, A. Koren, Mary Elaine Kostandy, Raouth R. Kostovich, Carol Toliuszis Kotcherlakota, Suhasini P. Kotz, Karen J. Kourouma, Gnalen Kovaleva, Mariya Alekseyevna Kovner, Christine T. Krairiksh, Marisa Krause-Parello, Cheryl A. Krempel, Sally M. Krenzer, Maureen Krinock, Heather A. Krohn, Heather K. Krouse, Anne Marie Krug, Jacquelyn Tracy Krumwiede, Kelly Krumwiede, Norma Kuanchom, Boonsom Kuebler, Kim K. Kuerban, Aliya Kuhen, Lisa A. Kuiper, RuthAnne Kumar, Avinash Kumm, Sharon K. Kunkel, Dorcas E. Kunsongkeit, Wanlapa

USA USA Japan USA USA Thailand Japan USA USA USA USA USA Mexico USA USA Thailand USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA Thailand USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Thailand

A 18, D 18, CL2.42, EB2. 15 A 18, D 18, CL2.42 A 28 B 21 SC2.47 CL2.1 LD2.15 C 02 SC2.48 G 12 CL2.34, LD2.23 B 24 B 18 B 28 H 16 CL2.43 OPEN PLEN, B 29, LD1.2, E 29, F 21, F 27, LD2.30 MC1.10 CL2.44 LD2.24 SC2.49 EB2.16, G 04 LD2.27 LD1.11 E 25 G 19 SC2.95 E 11 RS1.37 EB2.6, SC2.78 RS1.46 C 10 LD2.25 B 19 E 10 A 27 RS1.47 F 01 B 28, C 14 RS1.48 CL2.45, H 15 CL2.45, H 15 CL2.46 B 15 SC2.50 A 09 B 06, NF1.2 CL2.85 A 19 F 14 H 27

L

Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Heureux, Nancy J. La Frentz, Kelly LaBelle, Aimee E. Labrador, Miguel A. Lackie, Kelly A. LaFaro, Maria C. Laham, Kelly Lai, Claudia K. Y. Lai, Djin L. Laird, Sandra Anne Lajeunesse, Rob Lam, Mavis Lameirinhas, Alexandra Lancaster, Kelly E. Lanctot-Shah, Shannon Landreneau, Kandace Landry, Karen Ainsworth Lane, Susan Lanes, Stephanie Lang, Judith Langford, Rae W. LaPointe, Constance LaRocco, Susan A. Larson, Vicky LaSala, Kathleen

USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA China USA USA Canada Canada England USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

Lasiuk, Gerri C. Lassiter, Deborah J. Lau, Cori Wing Yee Laut, Pamela J. Lawrence, Wanda Leaver, Cynthia Ann Lee, Corinne Lee, Emily A. Lee, Fang-Hsin Lee, Hyunhwa Lee, Minkyung Lee, Myung Kyung Lee, Rebecca Lee, Shirleatha T. Lee, Susan K. Lee, Yaelim Lee, Yi-Hui Lee, Young-Me Lee, Yuna

Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan USA South Korea South Korea USA USA USA USA USA USA South Korea

H O N O R S O C I E T Y O F N U R S I N G | S I G M A T H E TA TAU I N T E R N AT I O N A L

A 17 E 04 SC2.52 A 25 RS1.49 E 13 EB2.35 C 20, E 20, F 13 D 19 D 19 EB2.20 EB2.20 G 08 A 27 LD1.9 F 16 SC1.19 G 18 B 05 A 16 C 12, D 27 A 09 A 13 CA1.17 C 20, E 20, SC2.34 A 18, CL2.67 EB1.9 RS1.28 G 09 G 11, H 01 B 01 B 07 RS1.50 B 25 B 18 EB2.15 EB2.17 EN1.5 SC2.53 D 27 A 28 SC2.54, SC2.83 G 27 A 18, D 18, CL2.42

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Leffers, Jeanne M. Lehmer, Joshua S. Leibold, Nancyruth

USA USA USA

Looney, Stephen W. López García, Karla Selene

USA Mexico

Leija Mendoza, Alejandra Leiker, Tona L. Lepczyk, Mary Beth Lepp, Margret Lesley, Marsha L. Leslie, Andrew James Levey, Janet A. Levin, Pamela F. Levin, Rona Levitt, Cheryle G. Lewis, Klaudia J. Leyden, Kristina L. Liao, Yuan-Mei Lieu, Ann-Shung Lim, Dahae Lim, Young Mi Lin, Chin-Nu Lin, Pai-Hui Lin, Shu-Yuan Lin, Ya-Wen Linda, Ntombizodwa S. B. Lindsay, Gail M. Lindseth, Glenda Linnard-Palmer, Luanne Ruth Lippman, Doris T. Liske, Carole D. Liu, Chen-Hua Liu, Qian Liu, Wen Livsey, Kae R. Liwambano, Mophuthi Lizer, Shannon, K.

Mexico USA USA Sweden USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan Taiwan South Korea South Korea USA Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan South Africa Canada USA USA USA USA Taiwan China USA USA Botswana USA

Lopez-Jimenez, Stella Loprinzi, Paul D. Lorjai, Sopida Lott, Tanya F. Loudd, Cheryl D. Love, Lamara Loversidge, Jacqueline M. Lozza, Denaine Lu, Tammy C. Lubbe, J. C. (Irene) Ludden, Cristina Luginaah, Isaac Luiking, Marie-Louise Lukkahatai, Nada Lulloff, Amanda J. Lundeen, Suzanne Lusk, Pamela G. Lutz, Barbara Lutz, Emily Jayne Lyle, Stephanie-An Lyon, Debra Lyster, Tara

USA USA Thailand USA USA USA USA Canada USA South Africa USA Canada Netherlands USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada

C 17, CL2.53 SC1.1, SC1.3, SC1.4, SC2.37 RS1.55 H 07 LD2.27 MG1.4 CL1.9 A 16 SC2.60 CL2.67 H 25 F 06 H 01 F 27 F 29, CL2.50 F 28, G 28 EB1.18 G 17 A 09 C 28 B 20, F 20 E 13 EN1.4 LD2.35

Llasus, Ludy Lo, Joyce Lo, Wen-Juo Locasto, Lisa Wetmore Lockett, Cassius Lockhart, Robin Lofgren, Maria A. Logan, Antonio Lomba, Maria Lurdes Long, JoAnn D. Longo, Bernadette M. Longo, M. Anne

USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA Portugal USA USA USA

LD2.40 G 07 E 16, CL2.72, LD2.26, SC2.86 CA1.7, SC1.20 H 06 GN1.1 F 29, SC2.55 SC2.56 RS1.51 RS1.52 B 12 G 06 B 24, SC2.57 LD1.17 CA1.8 CL2.14 CL2.15 A 18, D 18 SC2.58 CA1.9 EB2.3 CL2.47 CL2.77 F 25 G 25 SC2.59 CL2.48, CL2.49 H 29 A 20, B 14, D 20 G 27 B 16 RS1.53 EB2.18 RS1.54 B 11, D 16, LD2.22 C 04 SC2.88 SC2.48 EB1.13 H 03 C 05 C 01 H 11 G 08 RS1.75 LD2.16, G 12 CL1.10

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Ma, Hyunhee Maassen, Susanne Maboe, Kefiloe A. MacDonald, Penny L. Macias, Liberty Olive Macías-Patiño, Karina MacIntosh, Judith A. Madden, Laura R. Magallanes Monrreal, Martha Alicia Magnuski, Kristen Maibvise, Charles Maidlow, Cate Main, Eve Makua, Memme Girly Malala, Lufuno Charity Maley, MaryKay Malishewski, Beth Mallow, Jennifer A. Mamier, Iris Mammen, Jennifer R.

South Korea Netherlands South Africa Canada USA Mexico Canada USA Mexico USA South Africa USA USA South Africa South Africa USA Canada USA USA USA

A 18, D 18 D 10 SC2.61 CL2.67 LD1.10 SC2.78 C 18 RS1.56 SC1.13, SC1.20, EB2.6, SC2.81 EB1.10 RS1.57 E 02 H 03 A 11 CL2.51 G 01 CL2.67 RS1.67 SC2.62 SC2.63

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Manchana, Varalakshmi Maneval, Rhonda E. Maney, Catherine Mangal, Jacqueline Manister, Nancy Neff Mann, Catherine M. Manz Friesth, Barbara Marcum, Catherine A. Marcyjanik, Diane Lynett Marek, Greta I. Mariani, Bette A.

India USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

Marie Modeste, Regis Rugira Marigliano, Elisabeth J. Markaki, Ada Marshall, Elaine S. Marshall, Lois S. Martin, Dana R. Martin, Donna Martin, Laura K. Martin, Penelope D. Martin-Fabela, Azenet Martincavage, Janice A. Martinez-Hollingsworth, Adrienne S. Martins, Ana Rita Miraldo Marzalik, Penny R. Masango, Thembekile Masciarelli, Maria Alice Masco, Natalie A. Masiongale, Amy Masiongale, James I. Mason Barber, Linda A. Massaro, Lynne M. Massey-Holt, Virginia G. Mataboge, Sanah Mathews, Herbert L. Matsuda, M. Matsuda, Yasuhiro Matthews, Anne Matumoto, Takashi Matumura, C. Matza, Maria Maurer Baack, Catherine Mavundla, T. R. Mazzeo, Peggy J. McAlister, Lavonya L. McCabe, Margaret A. McClave, Ladonna Michelle McClure, Mekeesha McConathy, Kate McConnell, Christopher Ross McCoy, Victoria McDowell, Betsy M. McEnroe-Petitte, Denise M.

South Africa USA Greece USA USA USA Canada USA South Africa Mexico USA USA

EB2.19, H 24 D 06 SC2.64 A 18 NF1.11, F 13 CL2.52 NF1.8, NF1.14 F 07 D 07 A 07, EN1.6 B 27, NF1.4, SC2.65 F 25 H 01 LD1.20 NF1.4 D 21 EB1.11 EB2.20 EB2.21 F 25 SC1.21 RS1.58 CA1.10

McGee, Blake Tyler McGill, Frances McGillis Hall, Linda McGlory, Gayle McGonigle, Dee McGovern, Colleen McGowen, Sharon McHan, Kelly McInerney, Susan C. McIntosh, Constance E. McMenamy, Nancy McMillen-Feasel, Mariah McMinimee, Kate McNulty, Denise M. Mejia, Diana Mele, Robert Anthony Melnyk, Bernadette Mazurek

USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

RS1.62 B 03 H 23 G 12 B 24, C 02 E 27 B 05 EB2.8 D 06 B 11 F 04, CL2.6 RS1.6 SC2.97 D 12 RS1.69 H 02 C 22, D 22, E 27, F 15, G 14. H 28 H 03 F 29, G 17 B 25 F 19 F 28 F 29

Portugal USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA Japan Japan Ireland Japan Japan USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

E 26 EB2.22 EB2.23 E 19 H 15 CL2.53 C 17 D 01 E 13 RS1.59 E 02, CL2.54 RS1.37 LD1.11 G 23 LD1.2 CL1.3 EB2.24 C 13 F 18 RS1.57 RS1.60 CL2.65 E 13 CA1.11 G 09 CL2.55, H 13 RS1.61 LD2.28 LD2.29 SC1.22, G 25

Mendelsohn, Aaron Mendes, Aida Cruz Meneses, Karen Mennenga, Heidi A. Menzel, Nancy N. Merrell, Joy

USA Portugal USA USA USA United Kingdom Messina, Valerie USA Messmer, Patricia R. USA Metcalfe, Sharon Elizabeth USA Meyer, Gabriele Germany Meyerhoff, Heather Canada Miaoling, Lin Taiwan Miasso, Adriana Inocenti Brazil Michaud, Debbie USA Mick, JoAnn M. USA Mielke, Cathy USA Miguel, Tatiana Longo Borges Brazil Milbrath, Gwyneth Rhiannon USA Militello, Lisa K. USA Millenbruch, Julie USA Miller, Audrey P. USA Miller, Cathy USA Miller, Joyce USA Miller, Sarah M. USA Milloer Bryan, Nancy USA Millor, Gus R. USA Mills, Susan C. USA Minnie, Karin C. S. South Africa Mintz-Binder, Ronda D. USA Mitchell, Abigail USA Mitchell, Melissa Dianne USA Mitchell-Keels, Karen Elizabeth USA Mitoma, Rika Japan Miyagawa, Lea Ann USA Miyazaki, Margareth Yuri Brazil Mizoguchi, Eri Japan

H O N O R S O C I E T Y O F N U R S I N G | S I G M A T H E TA TAU I N T E R N AT I O N A L

C 25 C 19 B 11 F 08 RS1.72 B 25 CL2.56 A 27 G 12 SC2.7 CL2.56 D 18 E 27 LD2.19, LD2.31 SC2.66 LD2.31 H 12 LD1.12 F 04 SC2.90 B 28 E 29, F 27 B 09 CA1.12 RS1.63 E 07 CL2.57 MC1.2 SC2.76 SC2.42

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Modic, Mary Beth Mogensen, Donnya E. Mogos, Mulubrhan Mohebbi, Mohamaddreza Mokoka, K. Elizabeth Momeyer, Mary Alice Mondaye, Harriette N. S. Moneyham, Linda D. Moniz, Nadine M. Monsivais, Diane B. Montgomery, Lou Ann Montgomery, Mary Montgomery, Michele Montgomery, Sheila Montoya, Karen Beckstedt Moore, Amy K. Moore, Anne Moore, Lourie Moore, Marianne Frances Morgan, Hilary S. Moriki, Hitomi Morin, Karen H. Moroney, Tracey L. Morse, Richard Moseley, Carol-Ann Moseley, Kelly Moss, Angela M. Moughrabi, Samira Mouser, April L. Mowry, Jole’ L. Moxham, Lorna Mphande, Isaac Msuku, Jessie Achsah Mueller, Dale M. Mueller, Jessica Mueller, Nancy L. Mulaudzi, Fhumulani Mavis Munday, Judy Munoz, David Munteanu, Ashley Murch, Carol B. Murphy, Dorothy Murphy, Lauren Marie Murphy, Marguerite J. Musker, Kathleen Myers, Melissa D. Myers, Rachel E. Myrick, Florence

USA USA USA Australia South Africa USA Liberia USA Canada USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Japan USA Australia USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Australia Malawi Malawi USA USA USA South Africa Australia USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada

LD2.43 G 05 E 19 SC2.68 LD2.30 H 04 F 14 RS1.70 CL2.67 H 06 C 01 EB2.20 A 01 D 12, CL2.55 H 09 F 01 EN1.9 G 12 H 19 D 17 SC2.42 C 14, EN1.1 G 23 E 04 F 03 H 12 LD2.14 E 18 E 01 D 04 E 25 RS1.64 RS1.65 LD1.13 RS1.93 RS1.100 LD1.2, CL2.51 D 24 E 10 B 09 RS1.66 RS1.67 CL2.58 C 17, CL2.53 D 07 A 07, EB1.12 H 10 D 11, SC2.28

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Naber, Jessica L. Naff, Melissa Nagano, Mitsuko Nagata, Akiko

USA USA Japan Japan

Nagelsmith, Laurie Nagle, Lynn M. Naicker, Peggy K. Nakahashi, Mitsuyo Nakaoka, Akiko Nakashima, Izumi Nakayama, Toshiko Nantsupawat, Apiradee Negishi, Mayumi Neill, C. Denise Nelzy, Sandy Neubrander, Judy Newcomb, Patricia Newsome, Kathleen Newton, Rebecca H. Ng, Yeow Chye Nguyen, Thuy Nguyen, Van N. B. Nibert, Ainslie Nicholas, Patrice Nicholson, William Chance Nickitas, Donna M. Nickoley, Sue Nitti, Yoland Nix, Elizabeth Nogueira, Paula Cristina Nogueras, Debbie Noh, Jin-Won Nokes, Kathleen Nolan, Timiya S. Nomoto, Yuriko Norlander, Linda K. Norman, Bilinda L. Norman, Ian J.

USA Canada South Africa Japan Japan Japan Japan Thailand USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Australia USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Brazil USA South Korea USA USA Japan USA USA United Kingdom USA USA USA USA USA

SC2.67 RS1.5 CL2.59 CL1.3, SC2.46, SC2.100 A 20, D 20 D 05 RS1.68, G 16 SC1.10 SC1.10 SC2.42 CL2.59, G 23 H 09 SC1.16 B 08 RS1.69 G 11 C 26, D 25 E 19 EB1.17 CL1.11, CL2.28 RS1.5 SC2.68 NF1.6 G 21 RS1.70 EN1.4 A 27 C 19 CA1.13 SC2.76 A 03 C 24 G 18 B 25 CL2.59 G 04 CL2.60 B 10

N

Norman, Leslie S. Norton, Sally Noureddine, Nassrine Nurse, Natasha Nworah, Uchenna

B 08 SC2.63 E 17 D 03 D 27

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O’Connell, Karen M. O’Connor, Priscilla C. O’Donnell, Jaime L. O’Malley, Patricia A. O’Neal, Pamela V. O’Rourke, Maria Odell, Ellen Oden, Kristy L. Oermann, Marilyn Oerther, Daniel Oerther, Sarah E. Ofstad, Will Ogendi, Audrey Ogunfowokan, Adesola A. Ohue, Takashi Okada, Ayako Okon, Iquo Okoronkwo, Ijeoma Olajubu, AanuOluwapo Olaogun, Adenike Oldenburg, Nancy Oliva Rodríguez, Nora Nelly

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Nigeria Japan Japan Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria USA Mexico

Oliveira, Ana Catarina Oliver, JoAnn S. Olivieri, Chrystyne Olson, Joanne K. Olson, Stacie L.

Portugal USA USA Canada USA

Oneschuk, Doreen Oostra, Karen Lynn Oppermann, Corinne M. Opton, Laura L. Orta, Roxana Osteen, Kathryn A

Canada Canada USA USA USA USA

Ostendorf, Marilyn Otto, Lisa Oumtanee, Areewan

USA USA Thailand

Oumtanee, Paweena Oxhorn, Brian C.

Thailand USA

SC2.69 A 10 CL2.61 CL1.12 G 06 H 26 SC2.48 B 17, CA1.14 NF1.10 LD1.14, LD1.15 B 26, LD1.15 E 17 D 18 E 25 EB2.25 CL2.62 CL2.21 A 08 E 25 F 16 D 07 SC1.1, SC1.2, SC1.3 E 26 EN1.7 RS1.71 A 18, SC2.70 CL2.63, SC2.43, SC2.71 SC2.70 RS1.72 EB2.37 F 01, SC2.82 A 07 LD2.31, SC2.72, H 25 C 03 CL2.64, LD2.31 A 11, CL1.4, LD1.16, D 02, E 27, CL2.46, LD2.27, LD2.33 LD1.16 F 04

USA USA Colombia USA USA Canada

F 17 G 17 SC2.91 C 25 H 04 MC1.13

P

Padden, Diane Padilla, Maureen S. Páez Esteban, Astrid Nathalia Paige, Raquel Paik, Jacqueline Palmer, Becky

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Palmer, Ellen L. Palmer, Justin Palmer, Meredith Palmer, Sheri P. Palmer, Stephanie A. Papaconstantinou, Efrosini Paramore, Patricia Pardue, Karen Park, Hyunchun Park, Jumin Parker, Joseph A. Parker, Karen M. Parker, Mary Lynn Parkyn, Brandon H. Parsons, Mickey L. Parviainen, Niina Pasquariello, Libby Patel, Harshida Patragnoni-Sauter, Kirstin Patterson, Barbara J. Patterson, Christopher Paul, Pauline Pawlak, Roberta P. Payne, Camille Payne, Jill S. Pedchenko, Alina Peisachovich, Eva Pelkey, Jodi Pellam, Crystal Peltz, Caroline M. Penconek, Tatiana K. Penning, Julius H. Pereira, Rui Pérez Briones, Nancy Griselda Persaud, Khelesh Pesut, Daniel J. Peter, Elizabeth Peters, Bradley Peters, Laura L. Petersen, Cheryl L. Peterside, Ibitoru Petros, Thomas Petto, Pamela Peu, Mmapheko Doriccah Pfaff, Abigail Pfaff, Kathryn A. Pfitzinger Lippe, Megan E. Phetlhu, Deliwe Rene Phillips, Beth Phillips, Candice Phillips, Penny Pickler, Rita H. Pieper, Barbara B. Pimentel Jaimes, Jose Alfredo

USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA South Korea USA USA USA USA USA USA Finland USA Sweden USA USA Australia Canada USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA Canada USA Portugal Mexico Canada USA Canada USA USA USA Nigeria USA USA South Africa USA Canada USA South Africa USA USA USA USA USA Mexico

CL1.13 RS1.73 H 13 G 02 RS1.86 A 18 D 07 C 09 C 24 C 24 SC2.49 H 15 D 04 LD1.17 EB2.13, G 12 B 07 F 19 G 19 A 14 C 14, NF1.2 E 25 A 18, D 11 LD1.18, LD1.19 H 10 RS1.74 A 08 E 03 D 09 RS1.75 CL2.13 CA1.15 CL2.65 C 07 CA1.7 G 08 B 06 NF1.9 D 07 EB1.5 RS1.76 A 08 SC2.59 C 25, H 23 CL2.66 RS1.6 LD1.20, H 27 G 26 H 18 LD2.41 E 05 F 03 RS1.11 C 10 SC2.36

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Pinekenstein, Barb

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Pino Betancourt, Debra M. Plagenhoef, Julie Plonczynski, Donna J. Pockrus, Brandy Poirier, Therese I. Polancich, Shea E. Pollard, Loreen Carol Pollock, Shalise Popkess, Ann Popovich, Melissa Ann Porter, Carol Potter, Marcia A. Potter, Teddie Powell, Nena Powers, Rebekah Pratt, Elizabeth L. Prentice, Patricia M. Pretorius, Ronel Prevost, Suzanne Pruitt, Tangee Puskar, Kathryn Pyo, Katrina A.

USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA USA

LD1.18, LD1.19, LD2.32 LD2.34 E 08 SC2.14, SC2.73 CL2.61 SC2.74 G 06 CL2.67 D 26 SC2.74 C 11 G 03 RS1.77 A 15 C 11 B 05, C 04 SC2.57 CL2.11 SC2.26, H 01 EN1.3, G 21 C 25, H 23 C 07 EB1.13

USA USA

B 24, SC2.57 SC1.23

Rabeh, Soraia Assad Nasbine Rahn, Debbie J. Raiger, Janet E. Rainer, Sharon R. Raines, Deborah A.

Brazil USA Canada USA USA

USA USA USA Mexico USA USA Canada USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa Canada USA USA USA USA Brazil South Africa USA Colombia

LD2.34, H 12 SC2.87 D 19 SC2.78 F 19 A 05 G 03 RS1.25 SC2.31 CL2.11 RS1.80 RS1.53 RS1.28 F 06 SC2.63 G 17 EB1.10 B 20, C 08, F 20 SC2.66 A 05, B 16 RS1.81 B 19 E 05 F 25 G 04 MC1.1 E 06 A 26 D 09 SC1.12 RS1.82 LD2.31 SC2.91

USA Mexico

A 15 EB2.5

Rajacich, Dale Rajani, Fahreen Raley, Heather Rochelle Raman, Janet Ramdeo, Christina Ramírez-Pérez, Lenda Sharon Randall, Rebecca Ranson, Paula Kelly Rattikarnsuka, Jiraporn Raudonis, Barbara M. Raymundo, Amanda C.

Canada Canada USA USA USA Mexico USA USA Thailand USA USA

SC2.76 CL1.14 SC2.31 NF1.12 LD1.21, E 11, CL2.68 D 16 A 18 RS1.78 SC2.77 C 04 SC2.78 F 26 A 02 LD2.33 D 19 RS1.79, LD2.15

Read, Catherine Y. Reagan, Louise A. Reblin, Maija Rebolloso, José Rector, Cherie Redding, Sharon R. Regan, Sandra Regino, Joey Rehman, Selina Reimann, Dawn E. Reiser, Victoria L. Resnick, Barbara Resulta, Paul Tran Reynolds, Mary Anne Hales Rhee, Hyekyun Rhodes, Monique Ricciardi, Nancy Ricciardi, Richard Riccio, Gabriella M. Rice, Linda Rice, Mary Eve Rice, Michael John Richards, Kandyce Richards, Lydia E. Rickeard, Debbie L. Rider, Carla E. Ridgway, Gayle Ridosh, Monique Riedel, Catherine M. Rigobello, Mayara C. G. Rikhotso, Steppies Richard Riley, Cheryl Rincón Romero, Mayerli Katherine Riner, Mary Rivera Reyes, Catalina Alejandra Robbins, Christie J. Robbins, Leslie Robbins, Lorraine B. Roberts, Jean M. Roberts, Lisa R. Roberts-Turner, Renee Robinson, Erin M. Robinson, Lisa B. Robinson, Melissa K. Robles, Arculana Robson, Mackenzie

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

GN1.5 H 06 F 24 CL2.69 CL1.15 C 25, H 23 C 10 B 08 D 18 B 05 SC1.15

Q

Quartuccio, Katherine E. Quinn, Paul Gregory

R

CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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Roces, Barbara A. Rochester, Vicki W. Rodrigo, Shelly Rodriguez, Angela C. Rodriguez, Colleen Rodriguez, Lucio Roe, Elizabeth Roets, Lizeth Rogers, Darlene M. Rogers, Katherine Rogers, Norma Martinez Rohatinsky, Noelle K. Rojjanasrirat, Wilaiporn Rolland, Roberta Roller, Maureen C. Romero, Shirley Lena Ronald, Katie E. Rose, Michelle Rosen, Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Rosenburg, Neal S. Ross, Steven M. Rosser, Elizabeth Anne

USA Nigeria USA USA Canada Colombia Netherlands Canada USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA

Rota, Matthew C. Roth, Kathy Jean Roucka, Toni Rousseau, Jennifer B. Roussel, Linda Ann Roux, Gayle M. Rubenstein, Cynthia Ruble, Charalene Ruiz, Jean Rumsey, Michele Rundquist, Jeanine Rushton, Cynda Hylton Russell, Cynthia Rutar, Pamela K. Rutledge, Dana N. Ryan-Wenger, Nancy A.

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Australia USA USA USA USA USA USA

D 02 D 07 B 03 CL2.11 MC1.3 SC2.37 EB2.26 F 05 RS1.83 C 23 NF1.8 SC2.28 SC2.79 F 02 A 13, D 08 RS1.84 SC2.74 EB2.27 MG1.5 A 06, C 03 CL2.70 A 19, C 20, E 20, F 29, H 17 D 07, E 01, SC2.40 C 11 G 16 SC2.74 E 02 G 06 A 26, D 19 C 11 LD2.15 EB2.28 F 11 H 05 E 21 RS1.100 C 06 MG1.6 A 26, SC2.80

Samoya, Alissa Samson-Akpan, P. E. Sanborn, Heidi C. Sanchez, Lynda M. Sanchez, Otto Sanchez Herrera, Beatriz Sandee-Laging, Annelies Sanders, Tanya R. Sano, Rowena Chona Santos, Giannina Santulli, Dave Sargsyan, Alex Sauls, Jenny Savard, Winnifred Savdoval, Tina M. Sawin, Kathleen J. Saylor, Jennifer

Rossetti, Jeanette

USA USA USA USA USA Mexico USA South Africa USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada United Kingdom USA

Scammell, Janet M. E. Schaar, Gina L. Schafer, Deborah Schiavenato, Martin Schindler, Christine A. Schleyer, Marilyn Schmidtlein, Carly Schneider, Iris Tamara Schoenberg, Leslie B. Schoonover-Shoffner, Kathy Schrum, Nola Schubert, Carolyn Schuch, Barbara C. Schultz, Mary Anne Schutte, Alta Schwartz, Rose R. Schwarz, Jessica Schwarz, Laura Marie

England USA USA USA USA USA USA Germany USA USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA USA USA

Scott, Connie Ann Scott, Crystal Scrooby, Belinda Sculley, Azizah Sebastian-Deutsch, Amy L. Sedlacek, Mary Ann Sefcik, Elizabeth F. Sekula, L. Kathleen Selchow, Joy Michelle Seldomridge, Lisa A. Senti, Jeanine L. Serafica, Reimund Serafin, Lena Service, Dorothea Sessler Branden, Pennie Shabo, Rebecca L. Shankar, Janki Shanmugasundaram, Sujatha

USA USA South Africa Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Poland Canada USA USA Canada Australia

F 07 A 08, SC2.84 EB1.14 F 09 LD2.42 SC2.15 D 10 LD2.35 A 25 C 19 A 15 SC2.85 B 20, F 20 A 18 GN1.2 A 26 B 14, B 17, F 11, CL2.71 A 19, H 17 C 03 D 06 B 15 MC1.5 C 10 RS1.5 F 08 A 07 SC2.62 D 01, CL2.6 H 04 E 10 H 10 H 01 B 28 MC1.11 E 16, CL2.72, LD2.26, SC2.86 F 10 CA1.16 SC1.24, SC2.26 D 11 C 16 CL1.16 H 04 SC2.20 RS1.85 B 08, C 03 F 27 F 28, G 18, G 28 LD1.22 LD2.42 EN1.8 CL2.5 G 19 G 26

S

Saber, Deborah Sadahiro, Wakako Sak-Dankosky, Natalia Sakuma, Saori Salas-García, Ana Patricia Salinas, Irene Salinas, Mauricio Salman, Ali

USA Japan Finland Japan Mexico USA Mexico Canada

Salmond, Louise Salmond, Susan Salyer, Sheron L.

USA USA USA

A 12 G 23 D 13, E 18 EB2.29 SC2.81 SC2.82 CL1.5 CL1.5, SC2.54, SC2.83 EB2.30 H 02 G 09

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Sharts-Hopko, Nancy C. Shay, Amy C. Shearer, Nelma B. Crawford Shelton, Deborah Shepherd, Marilyn Sheriff, Susan Sherman, Rose O. Sherwood, Gwen Sherwood, Paula R. Shever, Leah Shiao, Shyang-Yun Pamela K. Shieh, Carol Shih, Chiung-Fen Shim, Kaka Shin, Hyunsook

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan South Korea South Korea

Smith, Lisa Smith, Lynette Smith, Orla M. Smith, P. J. Smith, Sharon L. Smith, Sherrill J. Snethen, Julia

USA USA Canada South Africa USA USA USA

Shindul-Rothschild, Judith Shinners, Jean S. Shipley, Katherine Shirey, Maria R. Shonka, Nicki M. Short, Nancy Munn Shun, Shiow-Ching Sieloff, Christina Leibold Sifuentes Leura, Daniel Sikes, Deborah L. Silk, Kami Silva, Ana Margarida Simmons, Debora Simon, Erika L. Simpson, Cari S. Simpson, Roy L. Sinclair, Shane Singleton, Nicollette Sinkevich, Sasha Sisk, Rebecca Skiffington, Ashley Slater, Larry Slevin, Caitlin Small, Leigh Smallheer, Benjamin A. Smeltzer, Suzanne C. Smid, Mary Kay Smit, Eileen M. Smith, Allissa Smith, Brenda L. Smith, Harold William Smith, Kristen L.

USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan USA Mexico USA USA Portugal USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA

NF1.6, E 28 H 09 GN1.3 SC2.87 F 03 H 08 NF1.14 EN1.5 LD1.24, E 18 D 04 EB2.42, SC2.101 E 19 CL2.77 A 18, D 18 A 18, D 18, CL2.42 H 12 C 15 SC2.97 D 13 G 05 G 06 G 27 LD2.36 SC1.21 C 01 SC1.15 G 08 C 12 D 09 LD1.23 C 21 SC2.70 RS1.86 RS1.86 B 24 SC2.88 NF1.13, F 04 E 27 MC1.9 EB1.15, H 26 E 28 A 05 D 08 RS1.6 RS1.87 H 16 EB2.31

Snively, Therese A. Snyder, Natalee J. Sobon Sensor, Constance Sochan, Anne M. Solari Twadell, Ann Solic, Diane M. Somgiat, Bencharat Sonoda, Etsuyo Sookhi, Andreanna Sorrell, Tanya Renee’ Southerland, Misty L. Sowerby, Holli Spain, Scarlet R. Spalla, Tara Lynn Spangler, Sydney A. Sparks, Toni Spatz, Diane L. Spegman, Adele M. Spencer, Odette A. Spetz, Joanne Spies, Dorothy J. Spigelmyer, Pamela C. Squires, Tonia Stacy, Robin L. Starks, Saundra Stauserboll, Faith Stavarski, Debra Haas Staykov, Daniele I. Staykova, Milena P. Stec, Mary W. Steffen, Lori E. Stengem, Danell M. Stenvig, Thomas E. Sterrett, Susan E. Stevens, Kathleen R. Stevens, Patricia E. Stewart Fahs, Pamela Stieglitz, Dana D. Stockmann, Cherrill Iona Stolldorf, Deonni P.

USA USA USA Canada USA USA Thailand Japan USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

SC2.2 B 04 SC2.88 F 06 B 07 SC2.69 A 22, MC1.10, MC1.12 H 06 RS1.86 B 26 E 13 D 19 H 25 E 06, CL2.73 SC1.18 B 05 C 24 RS1.88 SC2.89 D 03 EB2.22, H 06 RS1.46 F 28 A 22, MC1.7 CL2.58 CL2.74 WKSP CL2.67 CL1.17, D 24 MC1.12 CL2.75 B 03 E 01 F 03 LD2.37 EB2.32, LD2.37 A 19 CA1.17 C 26 F 26 D 25 E 14 CA1.18 H 01 RS1.89 SC2.24 C 26

CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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Strahan, Brandy E. Streit, Linda A. Strombom, Tricia L. Stroupe, Lya Michele Stuckman, Cheryl Lynn Studer, Pamela Sturgeon, Lizbeth P. Su, Shu-Fen Suksatit, Benjamas Sullivan, Brittney J. Sullivan, Wendy Sumitani, Shotaro Sump, Chrisitine A. Sundean, Lisa J. Sussman, Alexandra Sutter, Olivia Sutton, Douglas H. Suzuki, Miwa Swails, Brooke N. Sweet, Anne Swenty, Constance F. Swider, Susan Swintek, Diane M. Symes, Julie M. Symes, Lene Szalacha, Laura

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan Thailand USA USA Japan USA USA USA USA USA Japan USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

CL2.76 H 17 RS1.90 CL2.9 F 10 A 16 H 03 CL2.77, EB2.41 C 27 RS1.91 B 13 EB2.29, EB2.33 LD1.8 LD2.38 A 11, LD2.11 E 02 SC2.90 EB2.34 MC1.13 E 12 C 03 B 12 RS1.92 A 24 C 12, D 27 E 27

Thrower, Eileen J. B. Tigges, Beth Tinnon, Elizabeth A. Titzer, Jennifer Tizoc Marquez, Arodi Tlou, Sheila Tobin, Eric T. Toivanen-Atilla, Kirsi Tomblin Murphy, Gail G. Toms, Robin Toney, Patty Tornwall, Joni Torres Contreras, Claudia C. Torsney, Teresa Towne, Tracy M. Tracy, Janet P. Tran, Dieu-My T. Tremethick, Mary Jane Trice, Joanna Christina M. Troseth, Michelle R. Trotter, Kathryn Trujillo-Hernandez, Pedro Enrique Tsai, Hsiu-Min Tsai, Pei-Shan

USA USA USA USA Mexico South Africa USA USA Canada USA USA USA Colombia USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico

RS1.94 A 20, D 20 EB1.17, E 24 C 03, NF1.14 SC1.2 PLEN 3 H 25 LD2.39 RS1.49 A 20, C 12, D 20 G 12 H 04 SC2.91 A 14 SC2.92 A 17 A 01 D 08 RS1.95 F 15 EN1.9 CL1.5

Taiwan Taiwan

USA South Africa Taiwan Thailand Japan USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Mexico Mexico Thailand USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

C 10 E 29 EB1.16 A 11 CL2.62 G 02 D 01, F 04, CL2.6 SC2.62 G 24, H 17 RS1.9 A 12 E 27 D 26 RS1.37 CA1.7 EB2.6, SC2.78 A 01 CL2.78 B 11 C 16 G 28 RS1.34 F 22 RS1.93 B 26 F 17

Tschannen, Dana Tschirch, Poldi Tseng, Hui-Chen Tully, Jessica Turrise, Stephanie L. Turunen, Hannele Tusaie, Kathleen Tuyisenge, Germaine Tweeten, Joni Tydings, Donna M. Tyndall, Deby E.

USA USA Taiwan USA USA Finland USA Canada USA USA USA

A 28, B 25 A 04, SC2.93, SC2.99 D 04 EB2.37 A 17 CL2.79 EB2.35 CL2.30 CL2.80 F 27 SC2.71 A 27 B 13

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

RS1.22 D 07 SC2.41 EN1.7 EB2.36 RS1.53 LD2.40

USA USA Mexico USA USA

G 25 A 07 SC2.94 A 17 RS1.28

T

Tagher, Catherine G. Tagutanazvo, Oslinah Buru Tai, Shiu-Hao Tamarpirat, Nisa Tanida, Keiko Tanner, Mary Tapler, Deborah A. Taylor, Elizabeth Johnston Taylor, Gayle Taylor, Keith Taylor, Nichole M. Teall, Alice M. Tebbenhoff, Billinda Tell Cooper, Dina Telles, Osvaldo Tello, Maria Ascencion Thanee, Sanguan Theiss, Mary Anne Thomas, Cynthia M. Thomas, Lisa W. Thomason, Diane Thompson, Julie A. Thompson, Kimberly Thompson, Taylor J. Thornley, Victoria Throop, Meryia

U

Ubogaya, Karolina Uhlken, Connie Ulrich, Deborah Underwood, Sandra M. Unger, S. Stephanie Unick, Jay Upvall, Michele J.

V

Valdes, Beatriz Valdes, Guillermo Valdez Montero, Carolina Valentine- Maher, Sarah Valenzuela, Mary Grace

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Valiga, Theresa M.

USA

Vallianatos, Helen Van Denack, Jeanne van der Berg, Lindy S. Van der Walt, Christa Van Dyk, Elizabeth J. van Dyk, Ellie C. Van Dyk, Jennifer Van Gelderen, Stacey Ann Van Haute, Stephanie Van Rensburg, Gisela H.

Canada USA South Africa South Africa USA South Africa USA USA Canada South Africa

Van Waltsleven, Richelle VanBeuge, Susan S. Vance, David E. Vandenberg, Kelly Vander Laan, Karen J. Vanderlee, Rick Vardaman, Shellye A. Vargas Rosero, Elizabeth Vargas-Porras, Carolina Vasconcelos, Josilene de Melo Buriti Vasuthevan, Sharon Vehvilテ、inen-Julkunen, Katri

South Africa USA USA USA USA Canada USA Colombia Colombia Brazil

B 09, D 28, LD2.41 G 19 SC2.95 F 25 E 29, F 06 A 17 RS1.96 LD2.43 CL2.45, H 15 EB2.20 RS1.68, RS1.96, F 05, G 16 CL1.18 H 22 RS1.70, D 13 C 06, EB2.37 CL2.81 G 25 E 08 SC2.15 SC2.96 SC2.13

Vent, Katie Venzon, Mary Jane Verry, Daisy Lugtu Vessey, Judith A.

USA USA USA USA

Vihos, Jill E. Villafranco, Emily Villamizar-Carvajal, Beatriz Villarreal-Reyna, Angeles

Canada USA Colombia Mexico Mexico USA USA USA USA USA USA

RS1.97 D 04 G 22 A 16, E 02, E 04 D 25 F 24

Canada USA

D 11 RS1.98

USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan USA Taiwan USA USA USA Japan USA England USA USA Japan USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA United Kingdom USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA United Kingdom Canada England USA

SC2.97 EB1.8 E 10 RS1.16, RS1.77 B 02 G 15 A 17, B 25 F 08 CL2.83 H 11 B 17 EB2.36 EB2.29, EB2.33 H 06 H 19 G 12 E 11 CL1.3 RS1.99 E 19 SC2.2 EN1.9 CA1.18 D 15 EB2.38 EB2.39 E 26 G 13 H 09 C 23, F 23 C 03 SC1.19 CL2.41 E 08 C 13

Villarreal-Reyna, Marテュa de los テ]geles Vinod, Julie Vitins, Inga Vlasich, Cynthia von Sadovszky, Victoria Voncina, Gail Voskuil, Vicki R.

F 06 LD1.24, D 13, CL2.30 E 26 CL2.82 RS1.28 EB1.18, E 13, H 12 CL2.67 E 26 SC2.96 CL1.5, SC1.20, EB2.5 CA1.7, SC2.78

Waldron, Maura Waldron, Mia K. Walsh, Alison Lee Walsh, Jill S. Walsh, Susan M. Walton, Mary Wang, Hsiu-Hung Wang, Janet F. Wang, Shu-Hui Ward, Edward Ward, Julia M. Ward, Lisa Watanabe, Yoriko Waterman, Anna M. Waterman, Heather Waters, Phyllis Jean Waters, Susan Wazumi, Yoshiko Weaver, Barbara Smith Weaver, Michael Weeks, Susan M. Weinert, SC, Clarann Weinhardt, Lance S. Weinstein, Sharon M. Weise, Crystal Nicole Weiser, Jeanette Marlene Welde, Thomas Welk, Dorette Sugg Wells, Nancy Wendorf, Jessica Wertz, Ruby A. West, Courtney West, Kim R. Westbrook, Nancy Ann Westcott, Liz

W

Waddell, Janice Wade, Kristin Sierra

South Africa Finland

CA = Creative Arts in Nursing Peer-Reviewed Posters CENE = Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Pre-Con CL = Clinical Peer-Reviewed Posters EB = Evidence-Based Practice Peer-Reviewed Posters EN = Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters GN = Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy Invited Posters LD = Leadership Peer-Reviewed Posters MC = Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy Posters

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Westers, Judith B. Wetter, Sethe Weyant, Donna Wheeler, Gwendolen Wheeler, Mary Whelton, Beverly J. Whetsell, Martha Whitcomb, John J. White, Edward White, Peggy Ann White, Sara White-Lewis, Sharon A.

CL2.81 CL2.61 D 25 MC1.1 CENE 02, B 22 C 08 A 04 G 21 F 06 D 05 A 19 RS1.100

MG = Showcase of Magnetツョ Hospital Research and Evidence-Based Peer-Reviewed Posters NF = Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy Invited Posters PLEN = Plenary Presentation RS = Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship Invited Student Posters SC = Scientific Peer-Reviewed Posters WKSP = Workshop Presentation

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Whitham, Karen R. Whitlow, Malinda Lee Wigert, Helena Wiles, Lynn L. Wilhelm, Miranda Willey, Jeffrey A. Williams, Carolyn A. Williams, Mary Jane Williamson, Charmaine Williamson, Kathleen

USA USA Sweden USA USA USA USA USA South Africa USA

Wilson, Astrid H. Wilson, Evette M. Wilson, Kimberly M. Wilson-Anderson, Kaye Wilson-Keates, Barbara Winokur, Elizabeth J. Wint, Diana Winters, Carol E. Witek Janusek, Linda Witherspoon, Briana Woeber, Kathryn E. Wohlberg, Ying L. Wohlfert, Katelynn M. Wolf, Cheryl Wolf, Linda Eileen Wolf, Zane Wolfer, Marie Wollard, Nicole J. Wong, Lorrie Wood, Janet G. Wood, Winnie Woodward, Lisa J. Woody, Dana Worral, Priscilla Wright, Dolores J. Wright, E. Laura Wright, Joyce A. Wright, Karen Lynne Wright, Renee R. Wu, Jing-Yi Wu, Meng-Shan Wu, Shan-Ying Wu, Tzu-Ying Wyche, Karen Fraser Wynn, Stephanie T.

USA USA USA USA Canada USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA USA

H 06 D 26 B 02 E 04 SC2.74 B 08 NF1.3 E 13 LD1.2 B 07, C 05, SC2.98 F 07 D 10 G 10 F 25 A 18 MG1.6, CL2.84 RS1.22 NF1.4, NF1.10 RS1.37 CL2.85 RS1.101 EB1.19 CL2.81 B 03 C 06 EN1.3 B 07 H 25 G 18 RS1.102 D 04 E 14 RS1.67 RS1.22 H 04 D 13 G 03 MC1.14 CL1.19 CL2.83 EB2.41 SC2.93, SC2.99 CL2.14 D 26 CL1.20

Yearwood, Edilma L. Yedidia, Michael Yeh, Hui-Tzu Yeh, Pi-Ming Yerges, April L. Yoho, Mary Judith Yokoyama, Kyoko Yonge, Olive Yoo, Jae Yong Young, Anne Young, Patricia K. Yucha, Carolyn B.

USA USA Taiwan USA USA USA Japan Canada South Korea USA USA USA

G 10 D 28 CL2.14 E 25 CA1.18 D 14 CL2.59 SC2.28 SC2.102 D 27 C 09 A 06

Zemrau, Margot Zhan, Lin Zimmerman, Lani M. Zitzelsberger, Hilde

USA USA USA Canada

Zori, Susan Zottarelli, Robert E. Zucker, Donna M.

USA USA USA

B 21 SC2.53 A 01 A 18, LD2.8, LD2.42, G 25 C 13 RS1.103 E 07

Y

Yamamoto, Toshie

Japan

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014-2015 EXPERIENCED NURSE FACULTY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (ENFLA) PILOT PARTICIPANTS SCHOLARS

FACULTY

Terry Delpier, DNP, RN, CPNP Karen Gorton, PhD, MS, MSN, BS, BSN, RN, ATC Deborah A. Greenawald, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE Shelley Hawkins, PhD, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC, GNP, FAANP Rebecca Lee, PhD, MSN, BSN, BS, ADN, RN, PHCNS-BC, CTN-A Greta I. Marek, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE JoAnn S. Oliver, PhD, RN, CNE Pennie Sessler Branden, PhD, APRN, CNM, RN Kathryn Trotter, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CNM, FNP-C, FAANP

Karen L. Carlson, PhD, RN Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN Carol L. Huston, DPA, MSN, RN, FAAN Pamela Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF Donna M. Nickitas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNE Suzanne Prevost, PhD, RN, COI Alyce Schultz, PhD, RN, FAAN Clarann Weinert, SC, PhD, MA, MS, BSN, RN, FAAN

MENTORS M. Peggy Hay, DSN, RN, COI Jane Kirschling, PhD, RN, FAAN Debra Lyon, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, PMHNP, FAAN Angela McNelis, PhD, RN, ANEF, CNE Anne Moore, DNP, WHNP/ANP, FAANP Karen H. Morin, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN Sandra M. Underwood, PhD, RN, FAAN Zane Wolf, PhD, RN, FAAN

www.nursingsociety.org/CENE


Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy This unique academy is designed for nurse educators with at least seven years or more in a faculty role. Participants will increase their leadership acumen and further develop skill sets essential to success in a faculty leadership role. The academy is a 12-month program consisting of two face-to-face workshops and will conclude at the 2017 Sigma Theta Tau International biennial convention. Applications for the next cohort will be available April 2016. www.nursingsociety.org/CENE

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Nurse Educator Mentoring Program

9/15/15 8:50 AM

This program will offer innovative approaches to support mentors, mentees, and the mentoring relationship in nursing education. It will aid schools of nursing in developing, maintaining, and evaluating a mentorship program. Coming in April 2016. www.nursingsociety.org/CENE


Session Notes How would you rate the usefulness of this session? Please use the scale below where 1=”not at all useful” and 5=”very useful.”

Friday, 6 November

Opening Plenary Session

Pre-Convention Omicron Delta Chapter/Region 1 Half-Day Workshop

5

4

3

2

5

4

3

2

1

3

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1

1

Concurrent Session A

5

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STTI/Chamberlain College of Nursing Excellence in Education Pre-Conference

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Sunday, 8 November Plenary Session 2

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Saturday, 7 November

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First-Time Attendee Orientation

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Concurrent Session B

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Session Notes Concurrent Session C

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Poster Session 1 Presentations

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Concurrent Session D

Saturday & Sunday 5

5

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Concurrent Session E

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Monday, 9 November

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Concurrent Session F

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Plenary Session 3


Session Notes How would you rate the usefulness of this session? Please use the scale below where 1=”not at all useful” and 5=”very useful.”

Tuesday, 10 November

Monday & Tuesday

Concurrent Session G

Poster Session 2 Presentations

5

4

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Concurrent Session H

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Wednesday, 11 November Elected Committee Orientation Session

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Recognizing your legacy gift today Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing has two planned giving programs for members to be recognized today for their legacy gift for nursing leadership and scholarship. The Orchid Society was launched in the 2013-2015 biennium to recognize individuals who have included the Foundation in their estate. Orchid Society Inaugural Members Linda Casale Lillian G. Douglass Ed Hales Joan M. Hall Barbara Innes Kathryn Moore Susan R. Opas Ellen L. Palmer Betty S. Parker Mary Rose Smochek Beth C.Vaughan-Wrobel Benson C. Wright Billye Brown Fellow Registered planned gifts to the Foundation that have a present value of US $50,000 (amount adjusted for middle and low income country residents) or more are recognized in the Heritage Society’s Billye Brown Fellow program. Jerico Alicante is a 2013-2015 Billye Brown Fellow.

“I deeply admire and am very proud to be a member of STTI. It is therefore a delight to be among the first to become a member of the Orchid Society, thus contributing to the fiscal health of a stellar Nursing Organization.” — Lillian Douglass, PhD, RN, Retired (Canada)

Visit the Foundation booth or email lynn@stti.org for information on these planned giving programs.


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SAVE THE DATE! SIGMA THETA TAU INTERNATIONAL

LEADERSHIP CONNECTION

17-20

SEPTEMBER

2016 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, USA

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Emerging Educational Administrator Institute This program is for faculty aspiring to be educational administrators or those in their first administrative position. The topics covered include strategic planning, budgeting, legal and political considerations, faculty and program evaluation, and accreditation. Participants will identify areas for further development and work on a leadership project with a faculty mentor. The pilot program began in July 2015. Applications for the next cohort will be available in April 2016. www.nursingsociety.org/CENE

CONGRATULATIONS, NURSE FACULTY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 2014-2015 COHORT!

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PARTICIPATING SCHOLARS, LEADERSHIP MENTORS, AND FACULTY ADVISORS: NFLA SCHOLARS

• Karma Cassidy, PhD, MSN, RN • Jennifer L. Embree, DNP, RN, MSN, BSN, NE-BC, CCNS • Wyona M. Freysteinson, PhD, MN • Amita Avadhani, DNP, MSN, MA (Psych), BSN, DCC, ACNP, ANP, CCRN • Bimbola Fola Akintade, PhD, MBA, MHA, ACNP-BC, CCRN • Sharon R. Rainer, PhD, APRN-BC • Trisha Leann Horsley, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE • Larry Slater, PhD, RN-BC, CCRN • Nancy N. Manister, DNS, CNS, FNP-BC • Jennifer Titzer, DNP, RN • Elaine C. Hardy, PhD, RN • Erin E. Killingsworth, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN • Alison H. Edie, DNP, MSN, BSN, FNP-BC • Terry L. Eggenberger, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, CNE

NFLA LEADERSHIP MENTORS

• Carolyn A. Williams, PhD, MSN, BSN, FAAN • Nancy C. Sharts-Hopko, PhD, RN, FAAN • Karen Morin, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN • RuthAnne Kuiper, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE, ANEF

• Pamela Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF • Janice Agazio, PhD, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN • Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE • Ellen B. Buckner, PhD, RN, CNE • Keville C. Frederickson, EdD, RN, FAAN • Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN • Norma Martinez Rogers, PhD, RN • Marilyn Oermann, PhD, MSN, BSN, FAAN • Bette A. Mariani, PhD, RN • Pamela Hosclaw Mitchell, PhD, PN, FAHA, FAAN

NFLA FACULTY ADVISORS

• Deborah Cleeter (Consultant), EdD, RN, MSN • Laura Dzurec (Lead), PhD, RN, MS, BS, PMHCNS-BC, ANEF • Ainslie Nibert, PhD, RN, FAAN • Barbara Patterson, PhD, RN, ANEF • Elizabeth Peter, PhD, RN • D. Anthony (Tony) Forrester, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN • Barbara Friesth, PhD, RN • Carol Winters, PhD, RN, CNE • Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF

The Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy is presented in partnership with

WWW.NURSINGSOCIETY.ORG/NFLA


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GLOBAL INITIATIVES The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Global Initiatives Department seeks to enhance the organization’s global reach, impact, and participation within the global healthcare community. In pursuit of this purpose, Global Initiatives will focus on five key strategies:

Global Expansion By establishing a regional presence in targeted areas, STTI will engage more audiences that can support expansion of the organization, identify potential partners, and pursue opportunities to host programs and events in collaboration with mission-related global meetings in various regions.

GAPFON The Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing (GAPFON) was convened by STTI to bring global nurse leaders together to establish a voice and vision for the future of nursing that will advance global health. GAPFON is a collaborative effort to address global healthcare challenges — specifically those that hinge on nurses for success — which is key to achieving global healthcare for all.

Relationship Building STTI will establish and build relationships with key government, healthcare, and education leaders in global regions to support the mission of the organization. STTI was granted U.N. Environment and Social Council (ECOSOC) consultative status and will work to support the global Sustainable Development Goals. STTI will continue to engage with other global organizations and societies, such as the World Health Organization, in efforts that support STTI’s mission.

Member Engagement STTI will work closely with members around the world to identify current and prospective opportunities to develop and/or engage in various programs and events related to leadership, education, scholarship, policy, practice, and service.

Member Growth To support member growth, STTI will develop a global and dynamic educational standards and equivalencies database to support the establishment of developing honor societies and enhance the engagement of new members worldwide. www.nursingsociety.org/GlobalAction


44TH BIENNIAL CONVENTION 28 OCTOBER-1 NOVEMBER 2017 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, USA

SAVE THE DATE

INDIANAPOLIS www.nursingsociety.org


27th INTERNATIONAL NURSING RESEARCH CONGRESS

CAPE TOWN

SOUTH AFRICA 21â&#x20AC;&#x201C;25 JULY 2016 2016 Nurse Researcher Awards

International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame New Emerging Nurse Researcher Award Nomination Deadline: 9 December 2015 Go to www.nursingsociety.org for details

Call for Abstracts

Submission Deadline: 9 December 2015

Presented by

SIGMA THETA TAU INTERNATIONAL AND THE AFRICA CONSORTIUM

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43rd Biennial Convention Program  

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