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Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Mary Therese Rinzel, MSN, RN and Silvana Richardson, PhD, RN – Viterbo University Background: Creating a compassionate health care system requires the preparation of nurses grounded in compassionate human caring for self and others. It requires that...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Hannah Kerr, Abby Miller, Angela Lange, Amanda Winrow, DNP, RN, CNE, and Megan Anibas, MSN, RN – Winona State University Nursing Department Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious condition that can occur following the birth of a child. PPD...
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Ruth A Rexroat RN, BSN, MSN Student Viterbo University Research Background: Electronic health records will soon be implemented in all health care settings in the United States. Significance: It is important for nurses to have a clear understanding of the...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Megan E. Smith, MSN, RN; Viterbo University Background: Competency in nursing and developing professionalism requires guidance. A formal mentorship program can provide the guidance new graduate nurses need. Significance: New graduate nurses have the...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Kari Hamson-Kalis MSN, RN, CNL Shannon Hulett MSN, RN, CNL Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center Background: The CNLs at Gundersen Lutheran recognized the need to utilize informatics to improve coordination and management of patient care throughout the stay...
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Andrea Hauser, MSN, RN Clinical Nurse Leader Shannon Hulett, MSN, RN Clinical Nurse Leader Amanda Hardy, Student Nurse Michelle Tentis, Student Nurse; Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center and University of Wisconsin-Western Campus Background : Literature and...
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Dates: May 20, 21, 27, 27, 2011 Times: Friday 1-6 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Location: Viterbo University Center for Ethics, Science and Technology room 138 Fee: $250 includes program materials and 22.6 nursing contact hours due by May 13, 2011 Parish Nursing Preparation Registration Form...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Amy E. Barna, MSN, RN, CNL; Jacelyn McKee, BSN, RN; Heather Pronschinske, RN; Nick Kjos, BS – Gundersen Health System Background: In 2014 ischemic stroke orderset changes were implemented, increasing the frequency of blood pressure (BP) monitoring and...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Alyssa Haefer, RN, BSN, MSN family nurse practitioner student – Viterbo University Background: Urinary tract infections (UTIs) is one of the most common health problems affecting people of all ages. For some people, these infections keep reoccurring...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Dawn Udenberg MSN, APRN, CNP DNP Student – Viterbo University Background: It is estimated that persons of Hispanic descent will make up 30% of the population by 2050. This group has a disproportionately high incidence of diabetes. Hispanic populations...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Emily Brigham, RN MSN/FNP student – Viterbo University\ Background: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD, is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Current research continues to demonstrate the projection that COPD will become...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Ricky Rivera MSN, FNP-C – Viterbo University Background: In order to reduce the occurrence of confusion regarding end-of-life care, it is important for health care providers to target patients facing mortality and engage in a discussion with these...
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Megan Smith, MSN, RN, CNE – University of Nevada Las Vegas and Viterbo University Background: Nurse handoff reporting is a crucial time for communication in the patient care setting as it is a frequent event with a high volume of information exchange...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Linda J. Rauch, MSN, RN, BS Ed – Western Technical College Background: The faculty at a Midwestern two-year degree program is concerned that first-year nursing students lack critical thinking skills. This was noted by state board pass rates that have...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Cindy Langaard, BSN, RN; Beth Krage MSN, RN, CNL; Melissa Miller, BSN, RN – Gundersen Health System Background: GetWellNetwork® (GWN) is an interactive patient care system at Gundersen Health System. Available on-demand via TV in patient room. Staff on...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Kimberly Herman, BSN, RN, MSN/FNP Student – Viterbo University Background: Antibiotic associated diarrhea (AAD) is characterized by disruption of intestinal flora while on antibiotics causing diarrhea. AAD is becoming a mounting concern in health care due...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Allison Ewing, BSN, RN, MSN/FNP Student – Viterbo University Background: Studies shows that childhood obesity has been steadily growing since the 1980s. Research suggests that this is a result of decreased opportunities for physical education in schools,...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Katie Cook BSN, RN; Beth Krage MSN, RN, CNL; Kate Parks, MS, RN; Kendra Reynolds, BSN, RN – Gundersen Health System Background: Orthopaedic Unit staff identified that there was a need improve the patient perspective surrounding pain management...
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Susan K. Stinson, M.S.N, RN: Becky Inglis, M.S.N, RN; Ana Schaper, Ph.D., RN; Melissa Franz, Gundersen Lutheran Summer Research Fellow; Gundersen Lutheran Health System Background : Gundersen Lutheran Health System (GL) Interdisciplinary Patient Care...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Kalie R. Townsend, MSN, APRN, CNP – Viterbo University Background: It is estimated that, in the United States, conjunctivitis occurs in 13 out of every 1000 people ages 1 through 74 years old (Udeh et al., 2008). Of all red eyes evaluated 36 percent are...

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