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Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Melanie K. Johnson, DNP, RN; Jessica A. Smith, BSN, RN; Cynthia Jones, MS, RN; Rachel Genz, MSN, RN; Winona State University and Mayo Clinic Health System Franciscan Healthcare Background : Traditional site-based clinical experiences for nursing students...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Shayna Pankratz, BSN, UW-Madison DNP student; Teresa Pulvermacher, MSN, NP-C; Logistics Health Incorporated Background : Call-center employees spend the majority of their day in long periods of sedentary activity (Thorp et al., 2012), which is associated...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Julie Ponto, PhD, RN, CNS, ACNS-BC, AOCNS®; Jacqueline Puppe, MSN, RN; Sherry Wolf, MS, RN, CNS, ACNS-BC, AOCNS®; Anna Myburgh, MS, RN; Michel Benz, MS, RN; Diane Forsyth, PhD, RN; Winona State University-Rochester; Mayo Clinic-Rochester Background :...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Susan Stinson, MSN, RN; Jill Blackbourn, RN; Ana Schaper, PhD, RN; Gundersen Health System Background : Clinical ladders are the most frequently used model for nursing professional development. However, recent literature calls for changes in the clinical...
Greg Lind is a trailblazer and his list of accomplishments includes a rather impressive number of firsts. The 1976 Viterbo nursing graduate went on to earn an MSN for Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of Missouri School of Nursing and he was the first graduate of that program. Greg was...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Christina Carney, APRN, MSN, CNP, Doctoral Candidate – Viterbo University Background: The number of port placements within one Midwestern Interventional Radiology Department (IR) has increased significantly in the last 10 years; from 46 port placements in...
Nursing Research on the Green 2016 Abstract Danielle Branham, BSN Student; Ann Falkenberg Olson, PhD, CNP, FAANP; Dawn Steffes; Jean Colburn, BSN, RN; Kathleen Warner, BSN, MSN – Gundersen Medical Foundation and Viterbo University Background: Obstetrical nursing care of pregnant women who have...
 
Enrollment Report Click for the Fall Semester 2014 Enrollment Report. There are certain highlights as well as areas of concern. New student enrollment (freshmen and transfers) is 5.3 percent ahead of last year. Special thanks to the offices of admission and global education for bringing in a strong...
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Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Megan Smith, MSN, RN, CNE – Viterbo University Background: As students enter the milieu of baccalaureate nursing education there is a common understanding of the importance of theory, embedded with practical skills nurses are required to have in order to...
Nursing Research on the Green 2013 Abstract Kimberly Nelson MSN,RN Martha Scheckel PhD,RN; Viterbo University and Michigan State University Background : It has been well established that suicide is a widespread public health problem. According to the World Health Organization (2012), suicide is...
Nursing Research on the Green 2014 Abstract Stephanie Swartz MA, RN; Rebecca Inglis MSN, RN; Ana Schaper PhD, RN; Gundersen Health System Background: Newly graduated staff nurses represent a group at high risk for leaving their first employment due to conflict, incivility and experiences with...
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Annmarie Ransom, BSN; Teresa Pulvermacher, MSN; and Amy Danielson, MS – Logistic Health Inc., Riverside Corporate Wellness Background: Chronic diseases result in 3.6 million deaths yearly worldwide (Center for Strategic and International Studies [CSIS],...
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Rosemarie Hoff, DNP, RN, CNE; Jennifer Poelma, RN; Camilla Jaekel, PhD, RN; Kathleen Graham, MS, RN, CNS; Terri Pedace, RN; Heidi Rekow, RN; Janice Hutchens, MSN, RN; Kandi Holt, RN; Renee Muellenberg, RN; Cherie Davenport, MS, RN; Borislav Yankov, RN;...
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Nicholle Frahm-Ward, RN, MSN Viterbo University Evidence-based practice Background: Vaccinations are a vital component of childhood preventive care, protecting thousands of children from life threatening illness. Unfortunately, they are also the most...
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Mission The graduate program prepares nursing leaders who are dedicated to improving the health outcomes of diverse populations through advanced knowledge and skills, ethical leadership, and faithful service within their chosen roles and settings. Graduate Outcomes This program will prepare...

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