• Assessment of Female Sexual Health by Advanced Practice Nurses in Primary Care Setting 

      Moiseyeva, Marina; Uchytil, Aimee; Baxter, Jennifer (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Saturday, July 25, 2015: Purpose: Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD), persistent, recurrent problems with sexual response or desire, affects an estimated 43% of women in the United States. Assessment of ...
    • Assessment of Nursing Faculty Development Needs: An Evidence-Based Approach 

      Reilly, Margaret Joyce (2014-05-13)
      Session presented on: Friday, April 4, 2014: As the largest public university in the country, the City University of New York graduates over 1000 nurses each year and is the largest supplier of registered nurses in the New ...
    • Augmenting Sickle Cell Anemia/Sickle Cell Disease Genetic Knowledge Through Simulation: A Descriptive Pilot Study 

      Sharoff, Leighsa (2017-05-25)
      Purpose: Genetic/genomic knowledge has radically changed the way health care is provided. Augmenting this newly required competency into constrained nursing curricula is a challenge. Simulation provides such an opportunity. ...
    • Building Healthy Workplace Environments Through Collaborative Care Councils 

      Woolforde, Launette; Olander, Linda C. (2013-05-13)
      Session presented on Saturday, April 13, 2013: Effective decision making is best achieved when those who have a stake in the decision have an opportunity to have input during the decision making process. As part of the ...
    • Clinical Faculty Orientation: Improving Student Outcomes at the Bedside 

      Pasklinsky, Natalya; Robertiello, Gina; Rodriguez, Karla G. (2018-07-03)
      Clinical instructors are required to attend an eight hour orientation day at the start of every semester. The objectives for these sessions are to prepare instructors to lead a successful clinical day, implement QSEN ...
    • Community-Based Nurse Led Biomedical HIV Prevention Service: A Tale of Two Sites 

      Freeborn, Kellie (2017-07-27)
      This presentation will describe two HIV prevention programs designed, implemented and run by nurse practitioners and nurses in order to prevent HIV infection in high risk marginalized individuals. This presentation will ...
    • Cultivating a Culture of Resilience 

      O'Flaherty, Deirdre; Fitzpatrick, Joyce J.; Garcia-Dia, Mary Joy (2017-07-10)
      Resilience is a concept that has been applied to research and practice in nearly every possible area of life and academia- from science to sociology, psychology, nursing and medicine. Given the high degree of stress in ...
    • The Dedicated Education Unit: A Model for Fostering Healthy Work Environments 

      Iacono, Laura Ann; Woolforde, Launette; Murphy, Deborah; Coonan, Patrick; Wells, Celia (2013-05-13)
      Session presented on Saturday, April 13, 2013: Background: Healthy work environments are essential to optimize quality patient and family centered care. The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) has identified ...
    • Do Older Hispanic Diabetics Use the Internet for Health-Related Information? 

      Nokes, Kathleen; Aponte, Judith (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Diabetes is a major cause of morbidity and mortality and a growing public health concern. In 2012, Hispanics comprised 16.9% of the total 313.9 million US population; and ...
    • Empowering a Culture That Promotes Safe Patient Handling 

      O'Flaherty, Deirdre; Deady-Rooney, Mary J.; Samaniego, Nyishah; Flores, Paulina (2018-06-28)
      Discuss strategies developed by nursing staff to decrease bias and address challenges for implementing a safe patient handling program. While empowering the nursing staff to engage in a culture that enables safe patient ...
    • Enhancing Skills in Behavioral Health Management 

      Reilly, Margaret J. (2018-03-19)
      Transforming the healthcare delivery system to address the growing need for behavioral health services requires new approaches to workforce development. One approach that can expose students and healthcare professionals ...
    • Facilitators and Barriers to Reproductive Health Information Among Women and Men Affected By HIV 

      Byrnes, Lorraine (2016-07-13)
      Session presented on Monday, July 25, 2016: Purpose: To examine and explore factors which facilitate accessing reproductive health information and treatment (RHI/T) for women and men living with HIV and the barriers that ...
    • Factors Associated with Non-Acceptance of Testing and Evaluation of Household Contacts Exposed to Tuberculosis 

      Barroso, Elvy G. (2017-06-14)
      Purpose: The WHO reports that the incidence of TB is approximately 9.0 million new cases globally each year and approximately 3.3 million cases are missed by health systems as either undiagnosed or not reported. A single ...
    • Folklore as a Health Patterning Modality 

      Joseph, Mary Augusta
      The lived experience of folklore practices as a health patterning modality may have meaning for nursing science. This hermeneutic phenomenological qualitative study was designed to uncover and understand the meaning and ...
    • Graduate Students' Perceived Genetic Knowledge: A Preliminary Study 

      Sharoff, Leighsa (2017-06-05)
      Purpose: Summary of a preliminary assessment of graduate nursing students' from the City University of New York [CUNY] knowledge about genetics and genomics. Methods: Thirty-six graduate students, 7 in a DNP program, ...
    • Hybrid FNP Education in Haiti: A Global Collaboration 

      Baumann, Steven; Hofmann, Joanna F.; Cassagnol, Jacqueline (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Saturday, November 7, 2015: The purpose of this presentation is to describe how Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Region 14 members and nurse leaders developed and operated two Family Nurse Practitioner ...
    • Implementation of a Nurse Residency Program for Long-Term Care New Nurses in NJ 

      Bohnarczyk, Nancy; Cadmus, Edna; Salmond, Susan; Hassler, Linda; Black, Katherine (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Background: Long Term Care Facilities have a nurse turnover rate of 41% nationally, which results in a replacement cost of up to $88,000/nurse. Beyond cost, staff instability ...
    • The Importance of Team in Transforming Practice 

      Reyes, Darcel; DiGiulio, Mary
      Nursing leadership is a crucial component of a healthy and happy workplace. Involved nursing leadership encouraged attention to self-care, which resulted in staff ownership of clinical initiatives. The resulting team was ...
    • Increasing BRCA Screening in Eligible Orthodox Jewish Women 

      Marcus, Blima (2017-10-05)
      Ashkenazi Jewish women have a higher risk of being BRCA carriers, which increases the likelihood of developing breast cancer. This study will provide a mailed educational intervention to self-selected Orthodox Jewish ...
    • Integrating Evidence Into Clinical Practice Utilizing Simulation 

      Pasklinsky, Natalya; Cayo, Sandy; Robertiello, Gina; Ma, Chenjuan; Genee, Jordan (2018-06-20)
      Falls are a health concern worldwide. Integration of simulation into lecture classes is an evidence-based intervention to increase opportunities for skills mastery, knowledge retention, and student satisfaction during nurse ...

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