• Leadership Development: Building a Nursing Legacy 

      Hayes, Evelyn R. (2017-10-13)
      The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate a culture of leadership development to promote legacy building. Leadership development is a key component of chapter sustainability and engagement. Building a nursing ...
    • Legacy Building: Telling Stories That Inspire 

      Edwards, Doris S.; Richardson, Eileen Wilson; Lepp, Margret; Hayes, Evelyn R.; Nibert, Ainslie; Moore, Scott Emory; Arterberry, Katheryn B.; Collins, Anita Bella (2013-12-19)
      Special Session presented on: Tuesday, November 19, 2013: Legacy is what one leaves behind for those who follow. STTI regularly honors the accomplishments of colleagues but we still know too little about our shared global ...
    • Living Legacy Across the Nursing Career Spectrum: A Qualitative Study 

      Graber, Jennifer S.; Saylor, Jennifer L.; Hayes, Evelyn R.
      The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate a culture of collaboration to promote legacy building. A legacy can help catalyze nurses and give a sense of purpose. Building a nursing legacy paves the way to a successful ...
    • Online Support for Informal Caregivers: Psychosocial Outcomes 

      Hayes, Evelyn R.; Diefenbeck, Cynthia A.; Klemm, Paula (2012-01-04)
      (41st Biennial Convention) Purpose: To evaluate whether psychosocial outcomes in family caregivers of people with chronic disease differ, based on the format of online group support. Background and Significance: Fifty ...
    • Using a legacy model to strengthen healthy work environments and promote professional well-being 

      Graber, Jennifer S.; Saylor, Jennifer L.; Jackson, Amy Lynn; Hayes, Evelyn R.
      Legacy building is an important aspect of the nursing profession at any level of the career spectrum, from student to expert nurse. The purpose of this presentation is to highlight the importance of a legacy model to ...
    • Wartime Nurse Heroes Recognition 

      Campbell, William T.; Hayes, Evelyn R.; D'Antonio, Patricia; Lippman, Doris T. (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 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 ...

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