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Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Clayton W. Keene BSN,RN; MSN student Viterbo University Research Background: This integrative review explained why adapting policies to allow family presence during traumatic events, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and invasive procedures could be...
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Wendy Cheruiyot RN MSN student Judy Anderson PhD Viterbo University Evidence-based practice Background: The purpose of this review is to explore the current research to determine factors or influences that affect compliance with recommendation for...
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Jill A. Oswald BSN, RN, MSN Student Patricia E. Zander, PhD, Professor Emeritus Viterbo University Research Background: Infertility is a growing problem within the United States. Significance: As a nurse practitioner it is important to understand proper...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Brea Thomas, BS, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University Background: One in eight individuals over 65 suffers from Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Forty percent of the total years with AD are spent in the most severe stage (often in a nursing home). Significance: In...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Sydney Schone BSN, PHN, OCN, RN, MSN StudentProject Faculty: Bonnie Nesbitt PhD, ANP-BC Viterbo University Background: Nausea and vomiting are two of the major side effects caused by the administration of chemotherapy. Complementary and alternative...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Bernadine Nogueiro, BSN, RN - MSN Student Viterbo University Background: Obesity is a growing epidemic in the US and healthcare partners are struggling to curb this problem. Significance: One solution is to initiate organization-based employee health...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Kathryn J. Smrz, BSN, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University School of Nursing Background: The frequency of international normalized ratio testing was examined in this review of literature. Until recently, persons who require oral anticoagulation had to...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Kaleesha E. Dittler BSN, RN, MSN Student Background: Esophageal cancer is a very aggressive cancer and an esophagectomy is one of the treatments for this type of cancer. There are negative physical, psychological, and social outcomes after a patient...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Anneliese K. Bauer BSN, RN, MSN-Student Viterbo University Background: Poor physical fitness and increased sedentary activity among children are contributing to an escalation in pediatric obesity. Significance: As a result, children are developing...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Hannah Roberts, B.S.N, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University Background: Approximately 1 out 3 adults has hypertension, which greatly increases the risk of stroke, heart disease, congestive heart failure, and kidney disease. Prehypertension is a systolic...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Stacia K. Madsen BSN, RN MSN Student Viterbo University Background: High-fidelity simulation offers a learning environment in which students learn responses to interventions with an advanced computerized mannequin called the Human Patient Simulator...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Lori Degenhardt BSN, RN, MSN-Student Bonnie Nesbitt, Ph.D., ANP-BC Viterbo University Background: Obesity rates have emerged dramatically since the 1980s, and now are at a global crisis point amongst children and adolescents. Childhood obesity is linked...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Cheryl Gergens, BSN, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University Background: The incidence of childhood obesity is increasing at an alarming rate. Significance: Advanced practice nurses play a pivotal role in detecting and treating childhood obesity. Advanced...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Kalie R. Freeborn, BSN, RN, MSN-Student Viterbo University Background: Optimal glycemic control is essential for the management of very young children with Type 1 diabetes to reduce the number of diabetic complications and promote normal physiologic...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Abby L. LeVasseur RN, BSN, MSN Stuedent Project Faculty: Judy K. Anderson, Ph.D., CNE Viterbo University Background: Type II diabetes, a form of insulin resistance, in children has increased by 41% since 1990. It is predicted 30-40% of children born today...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Janet L. Torkelson BSN, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University Background: Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy is a rare progressive disease most often results in limited function of one or more limbs along with other neurological...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Deborah M. Wendorf BSN, RN, MSN Student Viterbo University Background: Major challenges in the nursing workplace environment are high turnover rates and job satisfaction for entry-level nurses. Significance: The impact of mentorship programs relating to...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Gina Pearse MSN, RN; Rosanne Schulz MPH, RN Ana Schaper PhD, RN Gundersen Lutheran Health system Background: Incivility in higher education is a growing problem in the U.S. Faculty and students’ past experiences influence their interactions within the...
Nursing Research on the Green 2012 Abstract Danielle Miller MSN, RN, CNL; Ana Schaper PhD, RN; Dawn Steffes, Research Associate; Jennifer Donahue; Rachel Borucki; Melissa Franz; Libbie Nyarangi; Dylan Van Lith Gundersen Lutheran Health Syste Background: Pain is a major concern for hospitalized...
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Charlene C. Hopkins, MSN, RN, CNE:Western Technical College Background: There is a high rate of attrition in nursing programs, especially in the first semester. Significance: Increasing retention of nursing students is one strategy to alleviate an...

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