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Posters, Podiums & Publications: National & International

WakeMed nurses continue to share their expertise with their national and international colleagues through podium presentations, poster presentations and publications.

Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood Conference
Grange over Sands, England
Laurie Tollens, RN

National Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society™ Conference
Seattle, Wash.
Melanie Johnson, RN, BSN, CWOCN

International Society of Psychiatric- Mental Health Nurses Conference
San Antonio, Texas
Elaine Youngman, APRN-BC, MS (original research)

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Mid-year Clinical Meeting & Exhibition
Las Vegas, Nev.
Rhonda Vincent, APRN, MSN, CCNS

Trauma Center Association of America 15th Annual Trauma Conference
Charleston, S.C.
Rhonda Vincent, APRN, MSN, CCNS

National Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society™ Conference
Seattle, Wash. & Lincoln, Neb.
Joanna J. Burgess, BSN, RN, CWOCN

National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Annual Conference
San Antonio, Texas
Kristi Reguin-Hartman, MSN, RN-C &
Rhonda Vincent, APRN, MSN, CCNS

National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exhibition
Boston, Mass.
Lisa Soltis, MSN, APRN, CCNS

A Slice of AACN NTI
Las Vegas, Nev.
Lisa Soltis, MSN, APRN, CCNS

AORN Journal

  • “Using Simulation Training in a Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit”
    Fran Powell, BSN, RN, MHA

Journal of Emergency Nursing

  • “A Matched-Cohort Study of Pediatric Head Injuries: Collecting Data to Inform an Evidence-Based Triage Assessment”
    Elizabeth S. Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN; S. Lippman; D. Travers; Elizabeth Woodard, PhD, RN
  • “The Patient Who ‘Broke the Mold’: an Autistic Child in Irreversible Shock”
    Elizabeth S. Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN

Nursing Management

  • “Silver Spoons: Making Meals Patient-Centered” Teresa Harvey MHA/MBA,RN, NE-BC; Susan Coulter, RN; Lise Zublena, RD, LDN; Elizabeth Woodard, PhD, RN

Applied Nursing Research

  • “A Pilot Study to Evaluate Mindfulness as a Strategy to Improve Inpatient Nurse and Patient Experiences” Janice Horner, MPH, CPHQ; Brigit Piercy, BSN, MHA, RN-BC; Lois Eure, RN; Elizabeth Woodard, PhD, RN




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