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Effectiveness of Cell Phones with Digital Picture Capability and MyPyramid Tracker for Measurement of Fruit/Vegetable Consumption
(41st Biennial Convention) Purpose:�Inadequate fruit/vegetable intake is linked to the leading causes of global mortality and rise in obesity (World Health Organization, 2009). Traditional dietary assessment methods have ...
Bridging the Practice/Research Chasm
Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: The literature repeatedly affirms that the time period for translating research findings into the practice arena requires approximately 17 years. Recent studies have identified ...
Diet, Encoded Memory, Visual Cues, Obesity, and Neuroimaging: The Role of
Session presented on Friday, July 25, 2014: Purpose: According to the World Health Organization, 35.8 million people are obese world-wide. The obesogenic factors contributing to this global problem are thought to reflect ...
An Academic Shared Governance Model for Leadership in an Academic Setting
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: A West Texas university school of nursing (SON) has experienced tremendous growth over the past 14 years in three strategic areas - student enrollment, geographic locations, ...
Patient Falls: Improving Patient Safety, Continuing Challenge
Session presented on Sunday, July 26, 2015: Purpose: Although the previous Patient Fall Prevention program required adult inpatients be assessed using the Hendrich II Fall Risk Assessment tool on admission and each shift, ...
Embracing Inquisitive Thinking by Front-Line Staff
Front-line nursing staff were challenged to engage in the process of inquisitive thinking. By fostering innovative ways to think, nurses became further enmeshed in evidence-based practice and collaborative scholarship. ...
Attempting Shared Governance Within a School of Nursing
Purpose: The governance structure of schools of nursing has the capability to augment the work environment for both faculty and staff. The pressure and intricacy of the multifaceted academic milieu have been postulated ...
Strategies for on-line surveys: Overcoming the challenges and obstacles of subject recruitment
Recruitment of subjects for participation in online surveys poses several challenges and obstacles. This project discusses strategies employed to achieve the sample size needed for an online survey aimed at describing EBP ...
How does self-efficacy impact evidence-based nursing practice?
This project investigated the impact of self-efficacy on EBP knowledge and utilization by registered nurses. The presentation will present the results from the study completed.
Eating behavior in college-students: TFEQ R-18 and qualitative perceptions of cell-phone use for recording diet
Session presented on Thursday, July 21, 2016: Purpose: Worldwide, an estimated 600 million adults are obese and 1.9 billion are overweight (World Health Organization, 2014). The etiology of obesity and overweight is ...