Nursing Research on the Green
NursING RESEARCH ON THE GREEN 2020
SAVE THE DATE
Viterbo University Fine Arts Center
April 23, 2020
9 a.m.– 3 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: To Be Announced
Online Registration link coming soon
There is no fee for this event. Registration is required due to limited seating in breakout sessions and to assist with catering. Same-day registration will be available at the event if not registered by April 20, 2020.
Need to change or cancel your registration? nrotg_registration_change_instructions_eventbrite.pdf
For your convenience please see the below detailed information for each breakout sessions from the 2019 event.
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): The impact on Health and Nursing's Role by Lacie Ketelhut, MS, CHES; Jodi Sanders, PhD; Julie Thompson-Hakes, MS, MEPD, BSCI/SOC: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) concept describes traumatic life experiences which impact health as demonstrated by research. The speakers will provide foundational awareness of ACEs and emerging strategies to use trauma informed care and the role of the nurse.
- Caring for Families after a Tragic Experience by Debra Mahr, RN; Hailey Bates, CCLS: Nurses care for patients and families during tragic healthcare experiences. This breakout session will provide nurses with strategies to empower patients and families to address these experiences. Slideshow (PDF format)
- Healing Distressed Healthcare Professionals by Gina Dennik-Champion, MSN, RN, MSHA: Depression, burnout and suicide occur at higher rates in healthcare professions than in many other fields. Rather than stigmatizing nurses who face mental health, addiction and other challenges, the nursing profession needs to find a way to provide the support and help these individuals need to become productive, safe clinicians.
- Research Corner with Mary Ellen Stolder, PhD, RN: A breakout session to share recently completed scholarly DNP Projects and dissertations so that all nurses can grow professionally.
- Silent Crisis: Men and the Mental Health Stigma by Stacey Boehm, DNP, PMHNP-BC; Colin Ward, PhD; Craig Peterson, RN: What can be done to improve men’s mental health? Men have high rates of various mental health issues. These include elevated rates of suicide and substance abuse, as well as low rates of mental health service use.
- Underestimating or Over Estimating the Power of Therapeutic Interactions by Kathleen Delaney, PhD, PHM-NP, FAAN: Discussion of why therapeutic interactions are thought be healing encounters for a patient and actions nurses can take to demonstrate the impact of healing encounters.
Information for Presenters
Online Abstract Submission (2020 Deadline for submissions to be announced)
Reminder! Poster presenters must also register for event. See link under Event Information.
Nursing Contact Hours:
Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc., is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Jointly provided by:
- Gundersen Health System
- Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center Inc.
- Gundersen Medical Foundation
- Logistics Health Incorporated
- Mayo Clinic Health System
- Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare Foundation
- Sigma Theta Tau International - Kappa Mu Chapter
- SIgma Theta Tau International - Pi Phi Chapter
- Viterbo University School of Nursing
- Western Technical College
- Western Technical College Foundation
- Winona State University