• Tactile Perception and Advanced Age: Evaluation in a Specific Group of Elderly 

      Araujo, Thelma Leite; Albuquerque, Nila Larisse Silva de; Morais, Huana Carolina Condido; Oliveira, Tyane Mayara Ferreira de; Lopes, Ana Cecelia Menezes; Evaristo, Andressa Coriolano; Melo, Georivando Tavares (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Friday, July 24, 2015: Purpose: Changes of sensory tactile perception are a modification in the ability of capture and interpret external stimuli by the sense of touch. Sensory evaluation allows the ...
    • A Taiwan's National Survey of Nursing Home Staff's Cognition, Attitude and Barrier on National Incident Reporting System 

      Lin, Shu-Yuan (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Background: A national incident report sysem named as the Taiwan Patient Safety Reporting System (TPR) has established in Taiwan since 2006. ...
    • Taking a Byte Out of Orientation: Use of Technology for Onboarding 

      Poplar, Kathie; Lopez, Robin (2017-12-01)
      Hospital orientation had a “Death by Power Point” foundation running over four consecutive days. Orientations run 13 times annually with populations averaging 18-20 participants. This model was costly, utilized ...
    • Taking a Stand: Steps to Stop Cross-Cultural Incivility 

      Mouro, Gladys; George Dalmida, Safiya; Sensor, Constance Sobon (2012-11-29)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 20, 2012: This presentation will focus on steps to help recognize and prevent cross-cultural incivility.
    • Taking a Stand: Steps to Stop Incivility in the Academic Setting 

      Siccardi, Anita; Ebright, Patricia; Catrambone, Cathy D. (2012-11-29)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 20, 2012: This presentation will focus on steps to help recognize and prevent incivility among students and faculty.
    • Taking a Stand: Steps to Stop Incivility in the Clinical Setting 

      McRoberts, Susan; Hunt, Pamela; Embree, Jennifer L. (2012-11-29)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 20, 2012: This presentation will focus on steps to help recognize and prevent incivility among patients, fellow clinicians and other clinically-based professions.
    • Taking a Stand: Steps to Stop Student Incivility 

      Kern, Eric J.; Eckerle, Cassie (2012-11-29)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 20, 2012: This panel presentation will focus on steps to help recognize and prevent incivility with fellow students and faculty.
    • Taking Charge: Engaging Patients as Full Partners 

      Walton, Mary (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: A growing body of evidence demonstrates that improving the patient experience and developing partnerships with patients/families correlates with improved health outcomes. ...
    • Taking the road less traveled: An innovative approach to the Clinical Nurse Leader role 

      James, David H.; Jukkala, Angela J. (2013-12-19)
      Session presented on: Monday, November 18, 2013: In response to the growing concern over patient safety, quality, and health care outcomes, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), created the role of the ...
    • Taking the Road Less Traveled: Detouring Around IPE Roadblocks 

      Kinner, Tracy; Ostendorf, Marilyn; Swenty, Constance F.; Rinks, Bonnie; Litney, Thomas (2017-10-05)
      This session will enable participants to identify IPE barriers in their practice setting and discuss potential solutions to overcome these roadblocks. Equipped with a toolkit of solutions, participants will be empowered ...
    • A Tale of Two Countries: Comparing the Heart Failure Patient Journey in the United States and France 

      Walsh, Alison Lee; Hupcey, Judith; Munoz, David (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Purpose: To compare the healthcare delivery system and care coordination efforts of the United States and France for the care of heart failure patients using a mixed-method ...
    • The Tale of Two Tengu: A Program of Research in a Child's World 

      Kennedy, Christine (2017-07-27)
      Highlights from a career program of research focused on the influence of illness, media, and culture on children’s health will be shared. From children’s TV habits and behavior in working class neighborhoods to influencing ...
    • Talk With Me Baby: Georgia's Language Nutrition Strategy 

      Darcy Mahoney, Ashley (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Friday, July 24, 2015: Purpose: An early environment that includes language-rich, adult-child interactions, or language nutrition, is critical for a child's brain development and subsequent educational ...
    • Talkin' Bout My Generation: Divergence of Academic Atmosphere Evaluations in Nursing Student and Faculty Cohorts 

      Kemplin, Kate Rocklein; Dunn, Emery Lee; Benoit, Emily Faith; Bosarge, Caitlin; Williams, Laura Barry; Semore, Michael (2017-07-26)
      In nursing education, academic atmosphere contributes as much as individual intelligence and performance. This groundbreaking research quantified nursing students' educational environment evaluations versus faculty ...
    • Talking About Patients: Nurses' Language Use During Hand-offs 

      Ford, Yvonne Barthel (2017-12-21)
      Miscommunication during end of shift hand-offs between hospital nurses has been implicated as a source of errors in patient care, yet little research evaluates the structure of language during communication in an attempt ...
    • Taming Sepsis: Simulation-Based Educational Program 

      Friedman, M. Isabel; DeVoe, Barbara A. (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Thursday, July 23, 2015: Purpose: The purpose of the Taming Sepsis Education Program was to assist nurses in the early identification and prompt treatment of patients in the sepsis continuum. The ...
    • Tanzania Nursing Book Drive Initiative: A Global Outreach 

      Roy, Marilyn R. (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Monday, September 19, 2016: Tanzania Nursing Book Drive Initiative: A Global Outreach Purpose: Render service to underdeveloped countries through book donation. Activity is related to: Serving Locally, ...
    • A Targeted Implementation Strategy to Reduce Smoking in Pre and Post Natal Women 

      McConnell, Heather; Bajnok, Irmajean; John, Sheila; Wallace, Katherine (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Sunday, July 26, 2015: An evidence-based guideline focused on smoking cessation, published by a provincial nursing association in Canada has had widespread uptake across all sectors in health care ...
    • Targeted Strategies to Promote Nursing Faculty Individual and Collective Scholarly Excellence 

      Fall-Dickson, Jane M.; Yearwood, Edilma L.; Anderson, Kelley (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: The Georgetown University (GU) Department of Nursing (DON) is committed to professional development of faculty to promote individual scholarly excellence, as well as, providing ...
    • Tau Alpha Chapter: Past, Present, and Future 

      Gutierrez-Valverde, Juana Mercedes; Guevara-Valtier, Milton Carlos; Monsivais, Maria Guadalupe Moreno; Guzman Facundo, Francisco Rafael; Gallegos Cabriales, Esther (2016-09-16)
      Session presented on Sunday, September 18, 2016: Objective: To describe the transition of Tau Alpha Chapter through past, present and future. The vision of a Mexican Nursing Leader Esther C. Gallegos, PhD, FAAN was created ...