• Wayfinding in Cognitively Impaired Patients Within Virtual Environments 

      Moll, Sarah Nicole; Davis, Rebecca; Kelly, Shana M. (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Sunday, September 18, 2016: Wayfinding is the ability to find one's way from one place to another. Persons with Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairments have a profound wayfinding impairment ...
    • What Factors for Part-Time Online Nursing Faculty Influence Engagement With Their Online Institution? 

      Claywell, Lora; Reneau, Maggie
      Find out what factors influence part-time/adjunct/affiliate online nursing faculty engagement with their online institutions. Research findings are presented to help leaders of online academic programs attract and retain ...
    • What Makes a Senior Living Community Homey in the United States 

      Kleppe, Morgan L.; Hensel, Desiree (2016-09-16)
      Session presented on Sunday, September 18, 2016: Background: Patient-centered care emphasizes the importance of client preferences in all care environments. The number of individuals residing in senior living communities ...
    • What You Should Know When Seeking a Tenured Position in an Academic Environment 

      Thomas, Cynthia M.; McIntosh, Constance E.; McIntosh, David E.
      This presentation will provide participants with a realistic knowledge about academic tenure specially, the tenure probationary period, post tenure and work/life balance. Strategies for success and maintaining a work/life ...
    • Whats in it for ME? How to Provide Membership Benefits 

      Collins-Christie, Sabrina; Jackson, Janell (2015-01-15)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 25, 2014: Does your group provide true value to your constituents? This session will explain how to evaluate your needs to deliver benefits, services, and programs that are relevant.
    • When Legislation Becomes Nurse Advocacy 

      Pedroso, Denia (2015-01-15)
      Session presented on Friday, September 26, 2014: As a nursing student I have been able to work side-by-side with the most amazing nurses. The one thing I noted during my clinical experience is that hospitals are minimally ...
    • Which Screening Tool Utilized in Urgent Care Encounters Best Identifies Female Adolescent Victims of Trafficking? 

      Serafin, Jennifer
      Using the Emancipatory Nurse Praxis theory, a comparison of two tools for screening, the TVIT and Medical Assessment Tool will be discussed and recommendations for screening in one time encounters will be introduced. The ...
    • Why Did They Say 'No'? 

      Collins-Christie, Sabrina (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Sunday, September 18, 2016: Understanding why potential members declined a membership invitation is just as important as knowing why others DID accept. This session will discuss potential declination ...
    • WIC Professionals’ Adaptations in Clinical Practice to Better Assess and Address Household Food Insecurity 

      Kim, Kristal C.
      Examining determinants of poor maternal health should be considered a keystone factor in improving overall population health. This integrative literature review reviews how perinatal depression and food insecurity, two ...
    • Will Your Members Say 'I Do' to Chapter Events? 

      Coburn, Michelle (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Sunday, September 18, 2016: Planning an event for your chapter is a lot like planning a wedding! Attend this session to learn how to create an events that will have your members saying 'I do'
    • Wine and Wigs for Water 

      Moore, Ruth Ann
      This event by Beta Chi featured a unique idea for fundraising and just plain fun. To support the UN Sustainable Development Goal #6, the Beta Chi Board planned a fundraiser for water.org. Guests wore a wig and wine was ...
    • Work Stress 

      Ladet, Zalika Jackson (2015-01-15)
      Session presented on Thursday, September 25, 2014: Abstract: It is easy for health care professionals to take care of others yet neglect themselves. Long hours, moral conflict, workload, outside of work drama, coworkers ...
    • Workplace Violence: The Role of the Bedside Leader 

      Brecher, Deena (2015-01-15)
      Session presented on Friday, September 26, 2014: Purpose: Workplace violence is prevalent in the hospital setting. Although most extensively studied in the emergency department, incidences of workplace violence are not ...
    • Workplace ViolenceThe Role of the Executive Leader to Stop the Epidemic 

      Brecher, Deena (2015-01-15)
      Session presented on Friday, September 26, 2014: Purpose: Workplace violence is prevalent in the hospital setting. Although most extensively studied in the emergency department, incidences of workplace violence are not ...
    • Young Adults' Perceptions of Their Future Fertility Potential 

      Haigh, Katherine M.; Herrman, Judith (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Monday, September 19, 2016: Abstract Introduction: Family building, and the possibility of infertility is not a topic frequently discussed among young adults today, whether it be within the school ...
    • Your Board is NOT Your Chapter 

      Wendorf, Jessica (2016-09-26)
      Session presented on Saturday, September 17, 2016: When you are passionate about your organization, it can be easy to accidently overlook the needs of other members. This session will demonstrate how to make your chapter ...
    • Your Health - Don’t Leave it to Luck: Analyzing Nursing Students' Perceptions of Self-Care 

      Paul, Jessica Jane
      A look at Kent State nursing students' perceptions of self-care before and after a health focused event based on the ANA's Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation Grand Challenge initiative.

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