2022 - Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care Annual Report

Page 1

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HEALTH CARE

DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE

PATIENT CARE

RESEARCH

EDUCATION

2022 ANNUAL REPORT

INTRODUCTION

On behalf of the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care at University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, I am thrilled to present the 2022 Annual Report.

This year’s report offers a view into initiatives and accomplishments that support our academic health system’s tripartite mission of patient care, research, and education. This aligns with the University of Iowa Health Care strategic plan and its overall mission of Changing Medicine. Changing Lives®.

• Patient care: providing high-quality primary and specialty care services through world-class health care with a devotion to innovative care, excellent service, and exceptional outcomes

• Research: bringing new discoveries and treatments into human health for injuries and diseases

• Education: teaching and training tomorrow’s health care providers through innovation, integration, and individualization

A critical component of each facet of the tripartite mission is interprofessional collaboration not only across the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care but throughout the UI Health Care enterprise. One way this has been accomplished was through collaborations with over 40 schools to educate and train more than 1,500 students within the areas of care coordination, nursing, rehabilitation therapies, and respiratory care in Fiscal Year 22, which will directly affect the future health care workforce.

Discovery through innovation and research continues to be a mainstay in the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care with 13 current research studies, 21 innovation ideas in development, and five innovation prototypes. The impact in evidence application, the primary tenet of the world-renowned evidence-based practice (EBP) program, has grown exponentially with the release of the second edition of the award-winning EvidenceBased Practice in Action: Comprehensive Strategies, Tools, and Tips From University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics. The second edition of the book builds on the Iowa Model and Iowa Implementation for Sustainability Framework, which have been downloaded and requested for use thousands of times by individuals throughout the United States and across the globe.

Innovation, excellent service, and intentional focus on ensuring exceptional outcomes are woven into patient care initiatives every single day that impact inpatients, ambulatory patients, and the broader Iowa City community and state of Iowa. In Fiscal Year 22, more than 4,800 adult, pediatric, and neonatal ventilator initiations were performed by respiratory care; greater than 33,000 time-outs were completed by surgical teams; in excess of 200,000 physical therapy and 75,000 occupational therapy service units of 15 minutes of face-toface time with patients were carried out by rehabilitation therapies; and over 40,000 COVID-19 vaccinations and flu vaccinations were administered to patients.

Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to share a sneak peek into a few initiatives and accomplishments from this past year that showcase the successful accomplishments of both individuals and interprofessional teams throughout the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care that reflect UI Health Care’s tripartite mission. I hope you enjoy the featured content in the 2022 Annual Report.

Sincerely,

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 1

PATIENT CARE

An organization-wide initiative focused on length of stay (LOS) and optimal discharge is a primary focus for the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care. Interprofessional team members working on the adult medical surgical cardiology and medicalsurgical oncology units redesigned the discharge huddle to ensure discharge planning starts at the time of admission. Specific components include understanding each patient’s expected LOS versus actual LOS; communicating proactively about the plan of care, including expected discharge time to assure transportation arrangements are in place to meet the discharge by 11a.m. goal; and identifying barriers that may prevent a timely discharge.

4,861

adult, pediatric, and neonatal ventilator initiations by Respiratory Care in Fiscal Year 22

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 2

40,115 44,027 92% 91%

COVID-19 vaccinations administered to patients in Fiscal Year 22

flu vaccinations administered to patients in Fiscal Year 22

of employees organization-wide received the flu vaccination in Fiscal Year 22

of employees organization-wide had received the COVID-19 vaccine primary series as of 10/3/2022

33,877

Time-outs—an immediate pause by the entire surgical team to confirm the correct patient, procedure, and site— performed in Fiscal Year 22

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 3

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

Leaders and clinicians in the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care are world-class leaders in evidence-based practice (EBP) and implementation. The new second edition of the awardwinning Evidence-Based Practice in Action builds on the Iowa Model and Iowa Implementation for Sustainability Framework to promote excellence in health care. Advanced EBP training, internship, and change champion programs mentor internal and external clinicians to create and sustain evidence-based improvements, such as four-eyes skin assessment to reduce hospital-acquired pressure injuries in UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital operating rooms. Held annually, the 29th National EBP Conference featured breaking EBP and research from across the globe.

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN ACTION

(1ST AND 2ND EDITIONS; 2018–2022)

904 copies in library holdings

25,634 requests/downloads for tools by chapter

• 49 states

• 46 countries

Cited 86 times

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 4

29TH NATIONAL EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE CONFERENCE (APRIL 20-21, 2022)

2nd virtual event with hybrid of live and recorded sessions

370 participants

110 posters and 34 of those uploaded a video

7 sponsors and 10 exhibitors

EBP PROJECTS ACROSS THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE

8 new 29 active

EBP REACH OF THE IOWA MODEL AND IOWA IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK

IOWA MODEL (2001–2022)

11,224 requests/downloads

• 50 states

• 66 countries

Cited 1,414 times

IOWA IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK (2013–2022)

6,818 requests/downloads

• 50 states

• 64 countries

Cited 150 times

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 5

RESEARCH

Patient care improvement and discovery is realized through innovation and research. A trial of an innovative lateral turning device demonstrated increased turning compliance and resulted in a 33% reduction in sacral/ coccyx/buttocks hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPI) and reduced clinician time to turn patients.

ACTIVE DISCOVERY AND INNOVATION LED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE

conduct of research studies innovation ideas in development

innovation prototypes

NEW RESEARCH DISCOVERIES RELATED TO:

Coworker observations and peer messengers to promote professional nursing accountability

Patient voices in hospital safety

Weight bias among women’s health professionals

An application (MARINA) to impact mothers’ experience with premature infant resuscitation

33%

reduction in sacral/coccyx/buttocks

HAPI

SACRAL/COCCYX/BUTTOCKS HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED PRESSURE INJURIES (HAPI) IN ADULT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT PATIENTS

Trial dates: April 6–Sept. 30, 2022

Number of patients: 503

Eligible patients:

• Adult intensive care units (Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, Medical Intensive Care Unit, & Surgical and Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit)

• Braden score <15

• <600 pounds

• Stable spine

• Length of stay ≤1 day

32.67 minutes saved per patient per day to turn

Estimated cost avoidance per year due to decreased sacral/coccyx/buttocks HAPI: $1.26 million

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 7
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 January - March 2021 April - June 2021 July - September 2021 October - December 2021 January - March 2022 April - June 2022 July - September 2022 Number of HAPI Implementation January – March 2022 Pre-Trial ( average = 15 HAPI/quarter) Trial ( average = 10 HAPI/quarter)
13 21 5

EDUCATION

Team members throughout the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care play a critical role in educating clinicians, students, and the community every single day. The primary focus is assuring the ongoing pipeline of health care workers are educated with evidence-based curriculums and prepared to deliver safe, high-quality patient, population, and community care. The success of these efforts is a direct result of the many well-established, collaborative, and interprofessional partnerships with Care Coordination, Respiratory Care, Rehabilitation Therapies, Emergency Medical Services Learning Resource Center, and the University of Iowa College of Nursing, just to name a few.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION COURSES DELIVERED

4,181

Basic Life Support

847 418

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Pediatric Advanced Life Support

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 8

FISCAL YEAR 22

Care Coordination

11 2 students schools

110

participants in emergency medical services courses

86 participants emergency medical technician

12 participants paramedic

8 participants emergency medical services instructor

4 participants advanced emergency medical technician

Nursing (including advanced registered nurse practitioners)

1,459 24 students schools

Rehabilitation Therapies

80 15 students schools

Respiratory Care

43 4 students schools

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 9

RECOGNITION AND AWARDS

ANN WILLIAMSON AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN NURSING AND PATIENT CARE

The Ann Williamson Award for Leadership and Innovation in Nursing and Patient Care is awarded annually to a nurse, nurse leader, or other clinical professional who has demonstrated exceptional ability to lead and innovate in the care of patients and families. The awardee demonstrates an outstanding reputation for servant leadership and innovation. Award criteria recognize that leadership and innovation are needed in formal managerial and executive roles, as well as among frontline clinicians. Finally, the recipient shall have demonstrated a high degree of citizenship and collegiality within UI Health Care, the Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care, and their discipline.

BE INSPIRED! SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The Be Inspired! Scholarship Award recognizes a UI Health Care nurse who is not currently working on an advanced degree and who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to delivering excellent patient care.

BEST CLINICAL RELEVANCE AWARD

The Best Clinical Relevance Award recognizes the poster with the best clinical relevance at the annual Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy (ANPT) conference.

BEST PHYSIOTHERAPY ORAL PRESENTATION AWARD

The Best Physiotherapy Oral Presentation Award is in recognition of excellence in scientific research in hip surgery and preservation as voted for by the Scientific Committee at the International Society for Hip Arthroscopy (ISHA) Annual Scientific Meeting.

CHARMAINE KLEIBER EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRIC NURSING RESEARCH-TOPRACTICE AWARD

The Charmaine Kleiber Excellence in Pediatric Nursing Researchto-Practice Award recognizes an individual or team who has completed or is near completion of data collection for a research study or initiative that incorporates the use of research-based evidence to benefit children and their families.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 10
Julia Langin, MSN, RN, CMSRN, CWON, nursing practice leader Elizabeth Culver, BSN, RN, CWON, nurse clinician Annie Fangman, DPT, NCS, senior physical therapist Amanda Paulson, DPT, OCS, clinical specialist and outpatient physical therapist DeeAnn Hebrink, RN, PED-BC, staff nurse

CNOR STRONG

Nurses in the Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) received recognition for earning the certified perioperative nurse (CNOR) certification. The CNOR Strong designation, awarded by the Competency & Credentialing Institute (CCI), is given to hospitals and health systems with at least 50% of its operating room (OR) nursing staff CNORcertified. In the ASC, 57% (n=22) of the nurses have earned a CNOR certification. The CNOR Strong designation, which is conferred for one year, represents a commitment to excellence in perioperative nursing and outstanding patient care. Research suggests that nurses who earn the CNOR certification have greater confidence in their clinical practice, having validated their specialized knowledge in perioperative nursing, according to CCI. Certification is a key factor in the assurance of standards of knowledge, skills, and abilities in nursing specialty practice or to a specific role that contributes to better patient outcomes.

DR. JO ELAND EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRIC NURSING AWARD

The Dr. Jo Eland Excellence in Pediatric Nursing Award is presented to a nurse by the American Society for Pain Management Nursing in recognition of outstanding contribution to the field of pain management for the pediatric patient.

OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD

The Outstanding Service Award is founded to be the highest service award the Society of Otorhinolaryngology and HeadNeck Nurses can bestow. The purpose of the award is to recognize and express appreciation for special contributions of service by members.

SALLY MATHIS HARTWIG SCHOLARSHIP

CLINICAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY

The Clinical Leadership Development Academy is a UI Health Care program that addresses the complexity, breadth, and importance of the developing leader and promotes excellence through clinical scholarship.

The Sally Mathis Hartwig Scholarship recognizes a nurse pursuing graduate education at the UI College of Nursing.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 11
Mollie Bergfeld, RN, CNOR, staff nurse, and Abigail Ring, BSN, RN, CNOR, staff nurse. Molly Bauer, MSN, ARNP, CPNP, AP-PMN, PMGT-BC, CHPPN, advanced registered nurse practitioner Michele Farrington, BSN, RN, PMGT-BC, program manager Kathryn Trautman, MSN, RN, CMSRN, interim nursing practice leader

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 2021–2022

The Executive Leadership Academy is a comprehensive UI Health Care program that addresses core characteristics and skills needed to lead effectively in an academic health care environment. The Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care recognizes 11 of the 29 participants from the 2021–2022 cohort.

GOOD CATCH AWARD

The Good Catch Award recognizes clinicians for their professional diligence in having prevented a potential error or “near miss.” A near miss is an event or situation that, if not identified and acted upon, could have resulted in an accident, injury, or illness. The Good Catch event can occur anywhere within UI Hospitals & Clinics and impact anyone—patient, visitor, faculty, or staff member.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 12
Nathalee Grue, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, interim nurse manager Jill Kain, MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC, advanced registered nurse practitioner Molly Kucera, MBAHC, BSN, RN, CNAMB, CNOR, associate director, nursing services Christina Kopp, MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC, PA/ARNP/NNP supervisor Katy DeMeulenaere, BSW, behavioral health clinical manager Stephanie Edmonds, PhD, MPH, RN, nurse scientist Kristin Foster, DNP, ARNP, PNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, advanced registered nurse practitioner Paul Ganss, EdD, NRP, NCEE, CHSE, instructional services director Lauren Thomann, DNP, ARNP, PMHNP-BC, PA/ARNP/NNP supervisor Julie Williams, MHA, BSN, RN, CAPA, interim associate director, nursing services Amber Butera, BSN, RN, OCN, staff nurse Lauren Dengler, BSN, RN, staff nurse Jennifer Off, BSN, RN, OCN, staff nurse
RECOGNITION AND AWARDS
Kurt Venenga, ADN, RN, staff nurse Abigail Holtkamp, BSN, RN, staff nurse Megan Loeffelholz, BSN, RN, staff nurse Keri Shelton, MSN, RN, CPAN, nurse manager

HELPING HANDS AWARD

The Helping Hands Award was developed for patients, families, visitors, or UI Health Care team members to recognize merit staff involved in direct patient care who excel in their roles to provide exceptional patient care and interactions.

IMPROVING OUR WORKPLACE AWARD (I.O.W.A.)

The purpose of the Improving Our Workplace Award (I.O.W.A.) is to recognize individuals and teams whose efforts demonstrate three of the following four components: initiative, innovation, measurable results, and sustaining impact.

NICHE™ EXEMPLAR

NICHE™ (Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders) is an international program designed to impart principles and tools to stimulate changes in clinical practice to achieve patient-centered nursing care for older adults in health care facilities. The vision of NICHE is that all older adults, age 65 and over, receive agefriendly, exemplary nursing care. UI Hospitals & Clinics was the first Iowa hospital to be awarded NICHE Exemplar status—the highest and most prestigious level of recognition—in 2015 and was successfully re-designated with NICHE Exemplar status in 2022.

NURSING ASSISTANT WEEK SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The Nursing Assistant Week Scholarship Award recognizes a UI Health Care nursing assistant who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to delivering excellent patient care.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 13
Paul Even, nursing assistant Angela George, nursing assistant Cynthia Hendricks, nursing assistant Adam Connell, MHA, MSN, RN, PMHBC, NE-BC, interim nurse manager Esmeralda Nunez, CNA, nursing assistant Kylei Adams, nursing assistant Kristen Burrows, psychiatric nursing assistant Sunny Elimam, nursing assistant Michael Neustrom, nursing unit clerk Lindsey Richards, nursing assistant Julie Rodriguez, medical assistant Kayla Schumacher, medical assistant II Fatou Thiam, nursing assistant Anna Varley, nursing assistant

NURSING EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL EDUCATION AWARD

The Nursing Excellence in Clinical Education Award recognizes a staff nurse who excels in the teaching role, demonstrates an innovative spirit, and serves as a professional role model and lifelong learner.

NURSING EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL PRACTICE AWARD TO ADVANCE GRADUATE NURSING EDUCATION

The Nursing Excellence in Clinical Practice Award to Advance Graduate Nursing Education recognizes UI Health Care clinical nurses who have demonstrated excellence in clinical practice and advocacy for patients and families.

OUTSTANDING CHAPTER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Eastern Iowa Chapter of American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN)

The Outstanding Chapter of the Year Award recognizes outstanding chapters that support and advance the activities of AANN. This award is given in acknowledgment of chapter innovation that contributes to neuroscience nursing as evidenced by development and implementation of innovative projects. Activities may be in the areas of education, health promotion, or other areas identified as a need by the chapter.

THE JANET PETTIT SCHOLAR IN NEONATAL AND/OR PEDIATRIC VASCULAR ACCESS AWARD

The Janet Pettit Scholar in Neonatal and/or Pediatric Vascular Access Award recognizes an individual whose personal and professional qualities exemplify scholarly excellence in the field of neonatal and/or pediatric vascular access. The award may be given annually to a qualified nominee by the Association for Vascular Access (AVA).

PARTNERS IN PROGRESS TEAM OF THE YEAR AWARD

Nursing Recruitment

The annual Partners in Progress Team of the Year Award, bestowed during the Human Resource (HR) & Business Conference, recognizes HR leaders across campus who function as strategic business partners, demonstrate key HR leadership competencies, and serve as role models for other HR professionals. These leaders are known for providing outstanding service, exemplary leadership, strategic vision, and commitment to continuous development that advances the importance of the HR function in creating long-term value.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 14 RECOGNITION AND AWARDS
Crystal Shramek, BSN, RN, CMSRN, NREMT-P, CCP, staff nurse Anna Jay, BSN, RN, CPN, staff nurse Amanda McCoy, BSN, RN, OCN, staff nurse Mary Beth Hovda Davis, MSN, RN, VA-BC, nursing practice leader

THE DAISY AWARD™

The DAISY Award™ was developed as a way for patients, visitors, faculty, clinicians, or volunteers to reward and celebrate extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by a nurse.

THE DAISY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD™

The DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award™ is given to nurses who have devoted their life’s work to the compassionate care of others. Recipients are nominated for their dedication to nursing through active mentoring, role modeling, advocating for their patients, and promoting the positive image of nursing.

THE DAISY NURSE LEADER AWARD™

The DAISY Nurse Leader Award™ recognizes nurses who are extraordinary in the impact they have on compassionate patient care. Honorees can be any nurse leader who directly impacts patient care, including supervisors, managers, educators, or nurses who specialize in case management, informatics, or patient flow.

THE DAISY TEAM AWARD™

Medical Intensive Care Unit

The DAISY Team Award™ honors collaboration between two or more people, led by a nurse, who identify and meet patient and/or family needs by going above and beyond the traditional role of nursing.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 15
Jody Kurtt, MAN, CPNP, RN, NEA-BC, director, nursing and patient care Barbara Schuessler, MSN, MBA, RN, CPEN, nurse manager Stephanie Amundson, BSN, RN, staff nurse Kelli Krutsinger, BSN, RN, CRNI, staff nurse Emma Mueller, BSN, RN, staff nurse Katie Steichen, BSN, RN, BMT-CN, staff nurse Bailey Strausser, ADN, RN, PCCN, staff nurse Natalie Aunan, BSN, RN, staff nurse Joshua Bern, BSN, RN, staff nurse Andrea Jefferson, BSN, RN, staff nurse Laura Manuel, BSN, RN, staff nurse Erin Miller, BSN, RN, staff nurse Brady Gibson, ADN, RN, staff nurse Janie Davison, AAS, RN, staff nurse

THE PHIL (PULMONARY HEALTH AND ILLNESSES OF THE LUNG) AWARD

The PHIL (Pulmonary Health and Illnesses of the Lung) Award was developed for patients, visitors, faculty, or clinicians to recognize excellence in respiratory therapy for outstanding care, treatment, professional excellence, and compassion with a patient and/ or family dealing with pulmonary illness.

Nominees

Dean Brobston, RRT, ACCS, respiratory therapist

Jean Callahan, RRT, NPS, respiratory therapist

Kevin Connolly, CRT, respiratory therapy technician

Jason Feuerbach, RRT, CHT, hyperbaric medicine safety officer

Melissa Kruse, RRT, ACCS, respiratory therapist

Matthew Reed, RRT, NPS, respiratory therapist

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM

The Professional Recognition Program recognizes the accomplishments of direct care nurses and incentivizes them to stay engaged in direct patient care as they support safety, quality, and research. The program compensates nurses who consistently go “above and beyond the requirements of their assigned role.”

COHORT 17 – FEBRUARY 2022

Level 1 Recipients

Nicolette Bobolts, BSN, RN

Lindy Cannady, BSN, RN, OCN

Natalie Enloe, BSN, RN, CCRN

Audrey Flack, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Rachel Fobian, BSN, RN, CPN

Sheila Frascht, BSN, RN, CHPPN, CPLC

Sarah Harper, BSN, RN, CPN

Abby Holtkamp, BSN, RN

Summer Jagnow, BSN, RN, MS-BC

Sarah Johnson, BAN, RN

Tiffany Knupp, BSN, RN

Deb Kohler, BSN, RN, CNRN

Andrea Lutes, BSN, RN, CPHON

Amanda Merta, BSN, RN, CCRN

Maria Miller, MSN, RN

Tiffany Mutz, BSN, RN, CCRN

Lauren Myers, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Samantha Noonan, BSN, RN

Kelli Penfield, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Madison Russell, BSN, RN

Lindsay Snipes, BSN, RN

Jessica Stelle Swab, BSN, RN, CCRN

Kiana Stender, BSN, RN, CCRN

Courtney Stonskas, BSN, RN, CPN

Nicholas Villareal, BSN, RN, CNRN

Allyssa Wheeler, BSN, RN, CPN

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 16 RECOGNITION AND AWARDS
Recipient Rhonda Hackleman, RRT, respiratory therapist

Level 2 Recipients

Diana Bandow, BSN, RN, CCRN

Danielle Busta, MSN, RN, CPHON

Tara Dolezal, BSN, RN, CNOR

Andrea Haynes, BSN, RN, CCRN

Jodi Heth, BSN, RN, CAPA

Madelyn Hlas, BSN, RN, CNOR

Molly Knipfel, BSN, RN, CPN

Emily Martin, BSN, RN, OCN

Penny Smith, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC

Kimberly M. Taylor, BSN, RN, RNC-MNN, ICCBE, CBE, CCBE

Jennifer Weisinger, BSN, RN, CPN

COHORT 18 – AUGUST 2022

Entry Level Recipients

Lora Albert, BSN, RN, IBCLC, RNC-NIC

Sarah Betts, BSN, RN

Megan Chase, BSN, RN, CPN

Darlene Conner, RN, CMSRN

Alexandra Davis, BSN, RN

Rachel Eskeldson, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC

Amber Etscheidt, BSN, RN, CCRN

Sarah Faruqui, MSN, RN, CNL

Karlynn Fifield, BSN, RN, MEDSURG-BC

Amber Gonsoski, BSN, RN, CCRN

Jody Hosch, BSN, RN

Stephanie Hoskins, BSN, RN

Susan Huff, BSN, RN, CDCES

Jacey Larson, BSN, RN

Victoria Life, BSN, RN, CCRN

Julie Lynch, BSN, RN, OCN

Jillian Matthes, BSN, RN, CCRN

Kelly McLarney, BSN, RN

Haley McNulty, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Emily Sheely, BSN, RN

Lisa Swenson, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Amanda Taylor, BSN, RN, CCRN

Eric Welter, BSN, RN

Courtney Woeber, BSN, RN

Level 1 Recipients

Melissa Barnes, MSN, RN, CWON

Kelsey Boekhoff, BSN, RN

Katie Buettner, BSN, RN, RNC-LRN

Jason Bussler, BSN, RN, CCRN

Amber Butera, BSN, RN, OCN

Elizabeth Culver, BSN, RN, CWON

Haley DaCunha, BSN, RN, CCRN

Justin Dolezal, BSN, RN, CNOR

Deborah Doorn, BSN, RN, CCE, IBCLC

Bryanna Duncan, BSN, RN

Jody Feipel, BSN, RN, CCRN

Marilyn Gaber, BSN, RN, CCRN

Rachel Gage, BSN, RN, CCRN

Jeannie Gienger, BSN, RN, CPN

Jenna Gimre, BSN, RN, CPN, CPHON

Tristan Gremmer, BSN, RN, CCRN

Sara Hatch, MHA, BSN, RN, CNN

Courtney Heid, ADN, RN, BMTCN

Ashley Hinman, MSN, RN

Edie Hochstetler, BSN, RN, OCN

Elizabeth Hunt, BSN, RN

Darci Jackson, ADN, RN, CPN

Brooke Johnson, BSN, RN, CCRN

Natalie Kaasa, MSN, RN

Kelly Karloff, BSN, RN, CEN

Melody Lineburg, BSN, RN, RNC-LRN

Amber Macdonald, BSN, RN, CCRN

Delanie Mader, BSN, RN

Tracy Maury, BSN, RN, CPN

Christine McCullough, BSN, RN, CCRN

Brittany Miller, BSN, RN

Kristi Moorman, BSN, RN, CCRN-CSCCMC

Madison Moser, BSN, RN, CPHON

Brianna Mullinnix, BSN, RN

Katelyn Nolte, BSN, RN

Lillian Olson, BSN, RN, CCRN

Sheila Ours, BSN, RN, RNC-LRN

Christine Ries, BSN, RN

Lauri Riss, BSN, RN, CPAN

Michelle Schubert, BSN, RN, CNRN

Stephanie Schwake, BSN, RN, OCN

Amber Senior, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Jessica Shever, MSN, RN, CNL

Megan Shumaker, BSN, RN, CCRN

Katie Sinwelski, BSN, RN

Courtney Smith, BS, RN, CNOR

Lisa Smith, ADN, RN

Ellie Spilman, BSN, RN, CWOCN

Alexandra Springer, BSN, RN, CPN

Katie Steichen, BSN, RN, BMTCN

Courtney Stoll, BSN, RN

Jessica Stonis, MSN, RN, OCN

Deb Strike, BSN, RN, CORLN

Tara Willis, BSN, RN, CCRN

Brenda Wolf, BSN, RN, C-EFM

Dana Wolfe, BSN, RN, CPHON

Robert Wolfe, BSN, RN, CCRN

Level 2 Recipients

Brenna Bittner, BSN, RN, CCRN

Rebecca Bruegge, BSN, RN, CNOR

Shelby Chostner, BSN, RN, CPN

Michelle Clarahan, BSN, RN, CPN

Elaine Dettner, MSN, RN, RN-BC, CMSRN

Kristina DeVore, MSN, RN, GERO-BC

Alyssa Henscheid, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC

Stephanie Horn, BSN, RN, VA-BC

Michelle Jensen, BSN, RN, CNRN

Amy Jipp, BSN, RN, CPHON

Grayce Kerr, BSN, RN, CCRN

Amy Lage, BSN, RN, C-NPT

Colleen Lancial, BSN, RN, RN-BC

Haylee Latta, BAN, RN, CPN

Elizabeth May, MSN, RN, CNL

Katelyn Meyer, MN, RN, SCRN, CCRN

Lori Oberbroeckling, MSN, RN, CCCTM

Laura Phearman, BSN, RN, CPNP

Kristina Rappaport, MSN, RN, CCRN

Carrie Swenka, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC

Kaitlin Tarr, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC

Erin Weber, BSN, RN, CCRN-NIC

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 17

Barnes-Channon, M. (2022, April 6). Managing challenging wound/ skin/ostomy situations seen with oncology patients. Scofield Advanced Oncology Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Becker, J. (2022, September 14). Cranioplasty. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Behne, N., & Schwickerath, L. (2022, June 10). A multi-disciplinary approach to speaking valves—Speaking valve and early intervention. Cedar Valley Respiratory Care Seminar, Waterloo, IA.

Block, J., & Burrell, K. (2022, March 25). Team based care: Rethinking the care model. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Bonnett, K. (2022, September 14). Spina bifida urology management 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Brimeyer, D., & Stenger, K. (2022, February 10). Nursing leadership role in faciliting EBP. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Brimeyer, D., & Stenger, K. (2022, September 15). Nursing leadership role in faciliting EBP. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Bullard, T. (2022, March 25). Magnet designation in the ambulatory setting. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Bullard, T., & Cullen, L. (2022, February 18). EBP return on investment (ROI). Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Bullard, T., & Cullen, L. (2022, September 23). EBP return on investment (ROI). Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Clancy, G. (2022, January 18). Rounding@IOWA podcast In EP 35: Nurse well-being first aid with Sarah Hackbarth, Austin Kannegieter, and Rebecca Porter.*

Clancy, G. (2022, April 26). Rounding@IOWA podcast In EP 42: Helping parents navigate serious illness and end of life with their child with Janine Petitgout and Rebecca Benson.*

Clancy, G. (2022, May 10). Rounding@IOWA podcast In EP 43: Advancements in living donor organ transplantation with M. Lee Sanders and Brynn Timm.*

Clancy, G. (2022, September 6). Rounding@IOWA podcast In EP 48: Human trafficking: The role of clinicians in recognition and initial interventions with Shannon Findlay and Brittany McGraw.*

Cook, D. (2022, March 5). De-escalation techniques for challenging behaviors. Perianesthesia Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Cullen, L. (2022, February 18). Be creative—Can this be taught? Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L. (2022, February 18). Designing your EBP program Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L. (2022, September 23). Designing your EBP program

Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L. (2022, May 12). Evidence-based practice creates a strong foundation for the future of healthcare. International Nurses Day Program, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia, Virtual.

Cullen, L. (2022, February 11). Organizational infrastructure of EBP program success. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L. (2022, September 16). Organizational infrastructure of EBP program success. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L., & Edmonds, S. (2022, September 23). Be creative—Can this be taught? Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L., & Edmonds, S. (2022, February 11). Implementation Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L., & Edmonds, S. (2022, September 16). Implementation Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, February 18). Sustaining the practice change. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Cullen, L., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, September 23). Sustaining the practice change. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Donnelly, S. (2022, March 25). Patients across the continuum Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Dossett, A. (2022, October 27). Yoga with medical psychiatry patients Medical Psychiatry Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Edmonds, S. (2022, April 20). Award winning posters. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Edmonds, S. (2022, September 15). Synthesis and use of the evidence. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 18
ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Edmonds, S., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, April 1). Trusted bridge builders for achieving health equity: Iowa Implementation for Sustainability Framework. Annual Research Conference, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Schaumburg, IL.

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, January 27). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 54: Count the kicks with Megan Aucutt.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, February 24). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 55: Nursing culture, racism, and maternal outcomes with Rebecca Clark.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, March 31). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 56: Health literacy with Allison Saiz.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, April 28). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 57: Microaggressions with Piri AckermanBarger.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, May 26). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 58: Doula care with Grace Swartzendruber.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, June 30). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 59: Neuro-inclusive clinical practice with Melissa Houser.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, July 28). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 60: Caring for folks with intersex traits with Diana Love.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, August 25). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 61: Hormone therapy with Stephanie Faubion.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, September 29). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 62: Bioethics in reproductive health with Ginny Ryan.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, October 27). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 63: Birth experiences of autistic people with Laura Foran Lewis.*

Edmonds, S. W., & Loew, N. M. (2022, November 24). The Woman Centered Health podcast EP 64: Respectful maternity care toolkit with Rose Horton and Catherine Hill.*

Femino, L. (2022, March 25). Undergraduate nursing student immersive experience in the ambulatory setting. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Fitton, L., & Hayes, H. (2022, April 19). Bone health. Orthopedic Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Ford, K. (2022, September 13). Applying age friendly health care & systems for patients with dementia. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Forman, J. (2022, October 18). Category II, what to do? Fetal heart rate tracing review. Children’s and Women’s Services Fall Nursing Conference, Iowa City, IA.*

Fowler, C. (2022, September 16). Design a localized practice change and pilot. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Fowler, C. (2022, February 10). Getting started: Project management Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Fowler, C. (2022, February 11). Piloting the practice change Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Fowler, C., & Hosking, J. (2022, February 11). EBP training across the career continuum. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Fowler, C., & Hosking, J. (2022, September 16). EBP training across the career continuum. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Fowler, C., Laures, E., Hanson, A., Hebrink, D., Helle, S., Arora, J., Robertson, A., Rod, E., & Wetjen, B. (2022, April 20). Frontline leadership: EBP programs and reports. 29th National EvidenceBased Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Gassmann, C. (2022, September 14). Cranial nerve assessment in the traumatic brain injured patient. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Gassmann, C. (2022, September 14). Neuro reboot and review. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Goins-Fernandez, J., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, April 21). Effecting the change for our patients and our leaders through evidence-based diversity, equity, and inclusion practices & closing remarks. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Gross, M. (2022, March 25). Emotional intelligence. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Hackbarth, S. (2022, September 13). Post-intensive care syndrome. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, November 16). Academia and practice collaborations for the win, win, win! Greater St. Louis Regional Consortium, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Nursing, Edwardsville, IL.

Hanrahan, K. (2022, February 11). Data driven Precision Implementation Approach®. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 19

Hanrahan, K. (2022, September 16). Data driven Precision Implementation Approach®. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, February 18). EBP de-implementation and sacred cow solutions. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, September 23). EBP de-implementation and sacred cow solutions. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, May 26). Evidence-based practice using the Iowa Model: The journey to improved outcomes. Evidence-Based Practice and Research Conference, Baycare Health System, Clearwater, FL.

Hanrahan, K. (2022, September 15). Getting started: Project management. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, December 16). Implementation science: Pediatric pain research meets practice. EBP Mentorship Program, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA, Virtual.

Hanrahan, K. (2022, May 6). Nursing innovators: Practical solutions and a pathway for development. Iowa Medtech Innovation Symposium, Iowa City, IA.*

Hanrahan, K. (2022, November 16). Precision Implementation Approach®: Where evidence-based practice evaluation meets implementation science. Greater St. Louis Regional Consortium, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Nursing, Edwardsville, IL.

Hanson, A., & Jackson, S. (2022, February 11). Staff nurse exemplar: Implementation of a functional pain scale, an evidence-based practice project. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hanson, A., & Jackson, S. (2022, September 16). Staff nurse exemplar: Implementation of a functional pain scale, an evidence-based practice project. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hausler, M. (2022, April 5). Pelvic floor physical therapy for sexual dysfunction: Oncology-specific perspective. Scofield Advanced Oncology Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Hebrink, D. (2022, February 11). Staff nurse exemplar: Supportive care for children with autism spectrum disorder undergoing venipuncture. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hebrink, D. (2022, September 16). Staff nurse exemplar: Supportive care for children with autism spectrum disorder undergoing venipuncture. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Helle, S. (2022, September 16). Staff nurse exemplar: Standardizing recognition, prevention, and management of acute infusion reactions in pediatric non-oncology patients. Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Hickey, M., Lockhart, J. S., Farrington, M., & Colandrea, M. (2022, April 29). 10 simple steps to publish a journal article. 36th Annual Spring Seminar, Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Nurses, Virtual.

Hu, J., Hunter, K., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, April 21). Welcome & keynote, Leading changes in complex systems. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Hudson, J., & Witte, S. (2022, April 6). Healthcare can be hard: Dealing with the stress of caring. Scofield Advanced Oncology Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Huff, S. (2022, October 18). How has technology helped with Type-1 diabetes? Children’s and Women’s Services Fall Nursing Conference, Iowa City, IA.*

Hunter, K., Wynes, A., Jackson, S., Stewart, S., Imborek, K., & Bulin, K. (2022, April 21). Leading in the moment: COVID-19 perspectives. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Jensen, M., Fisher, J., & Wagner, M. (2022, March 14). Chapter award winner—Eastern Iowa Chapter. Hybrid Neuroscience Nursing Annual Conference, American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, Phoenix, AZ.

Johnson, M. (2022, March 11). 3 C’s of skin-to-skin holding: Communication, color, consistency. 35th Annual Gravens Conference, Perinatal Advisory Council: Leadership, Advocacy and Consultation, Clearwater Beach, FL.

Johnson, M. L. (2022, October 18). What seems so easy...supporting oral feeding during the difficult times. Children’s and Women’s Services Fall Nursing Conference, Iowa City, IA.*

Krueger, R. (2022, September 14). Quality initiatives in caring for a patient with a traumatic brain injury. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Langin, J. (2022, September 14). Wound management in the neuroscience patient. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 20 ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Laures, E. (2022, February 10). Synthesis and use of the evidence Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice, Virtual.*

Leary, S., Schaver, A., Willey, M., Paulson, A., Henrichsen, J., & Westermann, R. (2022, October 13). The impact of PAO and femoral osteotomy on return to sport rates in competitive athletes. ISHA Annual Scientific Meeting, International Society for Hip Arthroscopy, Glasgow, Scotland.

Mahoney, T. (2022, March 5). Intraoperative fire safety Perianesthesia Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

McGraw, B. (2022, March 25). Addressing human trafficking in health care settings. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Montgomery, L. A. (2022, March 25). One step at a time to achieve successful professional nursing certification. Ambulatory Care Conference, Virtual.*

Olalde, H. (2022, September 14). Shaping future care: Neurology clinical trials. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Paulson, A., Westermann, R., & Willey, M. (2022, October 14). Relationship between Y balance test and isometric hip strength following hip arthroscopic surgery. ISHA Annual Scientific Meeting, International Society for Hip Arthroscopy, Glasgow, Scotland.

Pollari, T. M. (2022, October 18). Supporting patient and family self-advocacy and healing: Patient and family perspectives Children’s and Women’s Services Fall Nursing Conference, Iowa City, IA.*

Reisinger, H., Greiner, J., Krupp, A., & Goedken, C. (2022, April 20). Implementation science: EBP applications. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Ries, K. (2022, April 20). Care transitions in comprehensive, tertiary medical center: A palliative care social worker perspective. Annual End-of-Life Conference, Genesis Health System, Davenport, IA.

Smith, A. (2022, June 9). Capnography: An inpatient pilot. Midwest Chapter Educational Session, Midwest Chapter of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing, Virtual.

Smith, A. (2022, September 16). The use of capnography in pain management for adult inpatients. 32nd National Conference, American Society for Pain Management Nursing, Indian Wells, CA.

Upah, A. (2022, October 27). Seizures/non-epileptic events. Medical Psychiatry Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Utech, J. (2022, April 6). The art of caring for geriatric oncology patients. Scofield Advanced Oncology Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Vincent, B. E. (2022, April 20). Optimizing care and quality of life for epilepsy patients with postictal aggression: A narrative inquiry 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Voss, A. (2022, September 14). National Institutes of Health stroke scale (NIHSS) and correlative anatomy. 19th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Ward, E. (2022, April 20). Promoting professional accountability for nurses: Implementation of a coworker observation reporting system. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Wetjen, K., & Lilienthal, M. (2022, April 19). Trauma demographics Orthopedic Nursing Conference, Virtual.*

Winnike, R. (2022, October 18). Obstetric care in rural Iowa Children’s and Women’s Services Fall Nursing Conference, Iowa City, IA.*

Zerwic, J., Tye, J., & Hanrahan, K. (2022, April 20). Welcome & keynote, Courageous leadership for an age of anxiety. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.* *Programs sponsored by University of Iowa Health Care or University of Iowa.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 21

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Abney, G. (2022, April 20-21). Implementation of a risk-stratification algorithm for pediatric oncology patients with fever and neutropenia. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Brimeyer, D., Kucera, M., & Vrban, M. (2022, April 20-21). Quality improvement: Environmental cleaning and OR room turnover. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Bruene, D., Bauer, M., & Hoogerwerf, P. (2022, September 14-17). Improving pain management through creative partnerships. 32nd National Conference, American Society for Pain Management Nursing, Indian Wells, CA.

Campbell, M. (2022, March 30-April 2). Implementing PEWs in pediatric post-operative patients. Annual Research Conference, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Schaumburg, IL.

Cook, D., Cullen, L., Matthews, G., Seabold, R., & Wagner, M. (2022, October 13-15). Navigating the evidence-based practice journey. ANCC National Magnet Conference®, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Cook, D., & Kongable, L. (2022, October 13-15). Transformational leadership promotes certification success. ANCC National Magnet Conference®, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Fangman, A., Kochock, V., Bliss, R., Chatiwala, N., Hood, E., Gutierrez, M., Heick, J., & Rapailli, P. (2022, October 13-15). Concussion self-efficacy in screening, examination, and intervention: Knowledge translation approach. 2nd Annual Conference, Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy, Minneapolis, MN.

Hammer-White, S., Quinn, G., & Farrington, M. (2022, April 20-21). Keep the momentum going: Changing clinicians perspectives on needlestick interventions. 29th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Virtual.*

Hammer-White, S., Quinn, G., & Farrington, M. (2022, September 14-17). Keep the momentum going: Changing clinicians perspectives on needlestick interventions. 32nd National Conference, American Society for Pain Management Nursing, Indian Wells, CA.

Horn, S., Davis, M. B., & Pechous, B. (2022, September 30-October 3). Model of “expert only” for difficult pediatric intravenous access. AVA 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting, Association for Vascular Access, Minneapolis, MN.

Horn, S., Davis, M. B., & Pechous, B. (2022, September 30-October 3). Reduce harm by reducing PIVIE. AVA 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting, Association for Vascular Access, Minneapolis, MN.

Kroh, D., Ziller, M., Hanrahan, K., & Röser, M. (2022, May 19-20). Project come together. Magnet4Europe Learning Collaborative, Cork, Ireland.

Paulson, A., Westermann, R., & Willey, M. (2022, October 13-15). Return to sport testing following hip preservation surgery. ISHA Annual Scientific Meeting, International Society for Hip Arthroscopy, Glasgow, Scotland.

*Programs sponsored by University of Iowa Health Care or University of Iowa.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 22

PUBLICATIONS

Baldwin, C. A., Hanrahan, K., Edmonds, S. W., Krumm, A. M., Sy, A., Jones, A., Murphy, T., Mitchell, S., Davidson, H. A., Thomas, J., Webb, L., Doub, T. W., Cooper, W. O., & CORS Professionalism Collaboratory. (2022). Implementation of peer messengers to deliver feedback: An observational study to promote professionalism in nursing. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, S1553-7250(22)00241-0. Advance online publication.

Bloxham, J. J., Levett, P., Lee, J., Dvorak, C., Hodge, D., & Stewart, S. (2022). Identifying parent anxiety and family distress of critically ill children in response to changes in hospital visitation policies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j. pedn.2022.10.008

Bohr, N. L., Ely, E., Hanrahan, K. S., McCarthy, A. M., & LaFond, C. M. (2022). Predicting who receives nonpharmacologic pain interventions in the pediatric intensive care unit. Pain Management Nursing, 23(3), 267-272.

Christy, A. Y. & Edmonds, S. W. (Contributing Authors). (2022). Special topic 7: Fertility care. In Katon, J. G., Tartaglione, E. V., Frayne, S. M., Haeger, K. O., Luo, S., Schule, A. K. R., Eleazer, J. R., Offer, C., Phibbs, C. S., Rose, D., Saechao, F., Shankar, M., Shaw, J., Vinekar, K. S., Yano, E. M., Christy, A. Y., & Johnson, A. M. (Authors), State of Reproductive Health (Vol. II). VA Reproductive Health Diagnoses and Organization of Care. Office of Women’s Health, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs.

Cullen, L., Hanrahan, K., Edmonds, S. W., Reisinger, H. S., & Wagner, M. (2022). Iowa Implementation for Sustainability Framework. Implementation Science, 17(1), 1-20.

Cullen, L., Hanrahan, K., Steffen, E. M., Farrington, M., & Dawson, C. J. (2022). Nursing leadership for evidence-based practice. In D. L. Huber & M. L. Joseph (Eds.), Leadership and nursing care management (7th ed., pp. 321-347). Elsevier, Inc.

Cullen, L., Laures, E., Hanrahan, K., & Edmonds, S. (2022). The coat hook analogy and the Precision Implementation Approach® solution. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 37(5), 732-736.

Dossett, A., Smith, A., Gingerich, M. K., & Cullen, L. (2022). CE: An evidence-based yoga practice for hospitalized adults on medicalpsychiatric units. American Journal of Nursing, 122(7), 28-36.

Edmonds, S. (2022, October 17). Can COVID-19 infections or vaccination affect periods? Those Nerdy Girls. https://dearpandemic.org/ covid-and-periods/

Edmonds, S., & Loew, N. (2022, November 18). Why are people now sharing pronouns? Those Nerdy Girls. https://dearpandemic.org/ sharing-pronouns/

Farrington, M. (2022). A review of clinical practice guideline: Tympanostomy tubes in children (update) [Article review]. ORLHead and Neck Nursing, 40(3), 26-29.

Farrington, M. (2022). A review of nursing and Maslow’s Hierarchy: A health care pyramid approach to safety and security during a global pandemic [Article review]. ORL - Head and Neck Nursing, 40(2), 47-49.

Farrington, M. (2022). The tubarial salivary glands: A potential new organ at risk for radiotherapy [Article review]. ORL - Head and Neck Nursing, 40(1), 19.

Farrington, M., Brimeyer, D., Dolezal, D., Kucera, M., & Cullen, L. (2022). Evidence into practice: Journal clubs as an implementation strategy. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 37(3), 411-415.

Groves, P. S., Bunch, J. L., Hanrahan, K. M., Sabadosa, K. A., Sharp, B., & Williams, J. K. (2022). Patient voices in hospital safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Clinical Nursing Research, 10547738221129711. Advance online publication.

Klarich, A., Noonan, T. Z., Reichlen, C., Barbara, S. M. J., Cullen, L., & Pennathur, P. R. (2022). Usability of smart infusion pumps: A heuristic evaluation. Applied Ergonomics, 98, 103584.

Nasr, A. S., McCarthy, A. M., Manworren, R. C. B., Sorce, L. R., Ersig, A. L., Hinderer, K. A., Calamaro, C., Gettis, M. A., Hanrahan, K., Hayakawa, J., Heitschmidt, M., Middour-Oxler, B., Staveski, S. L., Mandrell, B. N., LaFond, C. M., & Hernandez, T. L. (2022). Variability in qualifications for principal investigator status in research studies by nurses: A call for clarification. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, S0882-5963(22)00207-X. Advance online publication.

Porter, R. (2022, September 20). Understanding the impact of incivility and bullying. The University of Iowa. https://mentalhealth.uiowa. edu/news/2022/09/understanding-impact-incivility-and-bullying Prunty, A., Hahn, A., O’Shea, A., Edmonds, S., & Clark, M. K. (2022). Associations among enacted weight stigma, weight self-stigma, and multiple physical health outcomes, healthcare utilization, and selected health behaviors. International Journal of Obesity, 10.1038/s41366-022-01233-w. Advance online publication.

Schmitz, A., Eastman, H., Ostegaard, R., & Stewart, S. (2022). A quality improvement initiative to reduce screen time in a children’s hospital. Hospital Pediatrics, 12(5), 522-532.

Schubbe, M. E., Edman, J., Williams, J., Cooper, C. S., Lockwood, G., & Storm, D. W. (2022). Implementation of electronic messaging protocol for pediatric urology preoperative scheduling: A pilot study. Journal of Pediatric Urology, S1477-5131(22)00144-9. Advance online publication.

Tucker, S., Dawson, C. J., Hardy, L. R., & Farrington, M. (2022). Research, evidence-based practice, and quality improvement. In C. V. Coburn, D. Gilland, & B. A. Sawn (Eds.), Perspectives in ambulatory care nursing (pp. 87-107). Wolters Kluwer.

Tye, J., Hanrahan, K., Edmonds, S., Hyatt, D., & Tye, A. (2022). Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety. Nursing Management, 53(11), 16-23.

Werner, J., & Petitgout, J. (2022, February 4). Proactive service rounds enhance the hospital experience. Children’s Hospital Association. https://www.childrenshospitals.org/news/childrens-hospitalstoday/2022/02/proactive-service-rounds-enhance-the-hospitalexperience

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 23

14,940

PULMONARY FUNCTION & BRONCHOSCOPY LAB DIAGNOSTIC TESTS/ PROCEDURES

HYPERBARIC MEDICINE TREATMENT DIVES

25

672 PATIENTS/DAY SERVED BY CARE COORDINATION NURSES IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

30

PATIENTS/DAY SERVED BY CONTINUITY OF CARE (COC) PROGRAM NURSES (10-15 PER CARE COORDINATOR)

50

PEDIATRIC AMBULATORY PATIENTS (APPROXIMATE) PER DAY SEEN BY SOCIAL WORKERS

19,614

ADULT INPATIENTS SERVED BY CARE COORDINATION

2,235

UNIQUE ADULT PATIENTS SERVED THROUGH HEALTH CARE BENEFITS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HCBAP)

45,712

UNIQUE ADULT PATIENTS SERVED THROUGH PATIENT MEDICATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PMAP)

$31M

BY UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT (19 NURSES AND 3 CLERKS) FROM UPFRONT INSURANCE DENIALS

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 24 MAJOR SURGICAL OPERATIONS 35,400 CLINIC VISITS
TOTAL PATIENT ADMISSIONS 32,627 MINOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES 186,199 BIRTHS 2,909 PATIENTS TRANSPORTED BY AIR AND MOBILE CRITICAL CARE SERVICES 1,377 TOTAL INPATIENT BEDS 866 676 adult inpatient beds at UI Hospitals & Clinics 190 pediatric beds at UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS 50,119 TOTAL PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICE UNITS (15 MINUTES FACE-TO-FACE TIME) 205,327 TOTAL OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICE UNITS (15 MINUTES FACE-TO-FACE TIME) 77,696 DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE TEAM MEMBERS 5,490 122 Care Coordination Social Workers 5,101 Nursing 135 Rehabilitation Therapies 132 Respiratory Care CONSECUTIVE MAGNET® DESIGNATIONS FOR NURSING EXCELLENCE 4 2004 2013 2008 2018
FY 22 EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS SERVED BY CARE COORDINATION
ADULT PATIENTS FINANCIALLY ASSISTED WITH LODGING 600+ SECURED
1,312,871
UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS BY THE NUMBERS
19,494

The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, disability, genetic information, status as a U.S. veteran, service in the U.S. military, sexual orientation, gender identity, associational preferences, or any other classification that deprives the person of consideration as an individual. The university also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to university facilities. For additional information on nondiscrimination policies, contact the Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, the University of Iowa, 202 Jessup Hall, Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1316, 319-335-0705 (voice), 319-335-0697 (TTD), diversity@uiowa.edu.

UI HOSPITALS & CLINICS DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND PATIENT CARE 2022 ANNUAL REPORT 25
UIHC.ORG/NURSING-IOWA
Issuu converts static files into: digital portfolios, online yearbooks, online catalogs, digital photo albums and more. Sign up and create your flipbook.