To view presentations, please go to the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository and search for the session ID associated with the session you wish to view.
For example, to view the presentation titled Helping Your Hashtags: Publicity via Social Media in session F 01, search the Henderson Repository for "LEAD16F01".

Leadership Sessions H

8:00-8:45 a.m. (0800-0845)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Session: H 01

Nursing Executive Leadership Skills

Marriott Ballroom 8

Teaching Financial Literacy: Preparing Future Nurse Executives
Kimberly A. Cleveland, JD, MSN, RN, C-MBC, and Yvonne M. Smith, PhD, MSN, BSN, APRN-CNS

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the implementation and outcomes of a fiscal management and budget course designed to prepare graduate nurses for executive leadership roles.

Action-Logics and the Impact of Leadership Maturity in Nurse Executives to Support Speaking Up
Bonnie R. Pierce, EdD, MSN, BSN, RN, CENP

Educate nurse leaders about the importance of increasing their own action-logic to improve their leadership effectiveness and ability to support nurses to speak up.

Session: H 02

Using Leadership to Enhance Chapter Development

Marriott Ballroom 9

A Chapter Level Association Development and Professional Transformation Model for Leadership Successes
Sharon L. Spencer, MSN, BSN, RN, and Ann L. Bianchi, PhD, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce the ADAPT model and how it can be implemented in any STTI chapter. Details of the ADAPT workshop will be presented and a summary of how this model was delivered in one chapter within STTI will be discussed.

Chapter Development Through the Implementation of a Student Leadership Intern Position
Elan R. Caruso, BSN; Alyssa Wenger, BSN; Carol A. Sedlak, PhD, RN, CNS, ONC, CNE; and Ann F. Jacobson, PhD, RN, AGCNS-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the value of student leadership Interns in promoting chapter development.

Session: H 03

Using Technology to Reduce Sentinel Events

Marriott Ballroom 10

Medication Error Reduction Using PDA Technology by Nursing Students at the Point of Care
Laly Joseph, DVM, DNP, RN-C, ARNP, ANP-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to educate nursing faculty to effectively integrate technology into their teaching through the use of PDA, to provide students with classroom and clinical experiences, to increase evidence-based practice and decrease medication errors by making relevant information available right at the point-of-care.

Missing Nursing Care Data that Represents Disruption to the Neutral Thermal Environment of Premature Neonates
Lory A. Lewis, PhD, MSN, BSN, APRN, NNP-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to report limitations in documentation of data in EHR’s (e.g., incomplete clinical data) that effect the usability of these data for identifying nursing care procedures that occur in a NICU and as a data source for the conduct of research to enhance healthcare delivery.

Session: H 04

Cultural Change: Providing Necessary Tools for Improvement

Lincoln Room

The Relationship of Culture Change Constructs and Survey Deficiencies in the Nursing Home Setting
Jolie Marie Harris, DNS, RN, NEA-BC, CAS, DON-CLTC

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the significant findings from a study of Louisiana nursing homes across two levels of culture change. The findings will explore the relationship across levels with the constructs of culture change (resident care, environment, relationships, staff empowerment, decentralized management, CQI) and survey deficiencies.

Applying the Model Supported and Empowered to Support Faculty’s Growth and Competence in Curriculum
Meredith Roberts, PhD, RNB

The purpose of this presentation is to share how to use the model of understanding to support faculty and administrators in becoming more competent in curriculum development, evaluation and revision. Strategies unveiled can assist educators.

Leadership Sessions I

9:00-9:45 a.m. (0900-0945)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Session: I 01

Clinical Leadership: Quality Improvement in Critical Care

Marriott Ballroom 8

Leading the Way for Change: Engaging Nurses in Family-Centred Adult Critical Care Practice
Jananee Rasiah, MN, PMD, ANP, BN, RN, and Virginia Vandall-Walker, PhD, BScN (Hon), RN, CCN, CTN

The purpose of this presentation is to engage formal and informal leaders in the discussion on how to consistently and effectively enact FcACC in practice using Kouzes and Posner's (2012) five practices of exemplary leadership as a guide.

National Early Warning Scores (NEWS): A Quality Improvement Project
Sreedevi Sunil Warrier, DNP, RN, CNS

The purpose of this presentation is to share the results of the implementation of National Early Warning Scores(NEWS)in a level 1 trauma center. This was a prospective quantitative study done in non-monitored area.The results revealed that the accurate use of NEWS tool is beneficial for identifying clinical deterioration in patients.

Session: I 02

Continuing Education: A Lifelong Journey

Marriott Ballroom 9

Advanced Nursing Education: Critical Factors That Influence Diploma and Associate Degree Nurses to Advance

Dedicated Education Units: Process and Outcomes
Deborah A. Raines, PhD, EdS, MSN, BSN, RN, ANEF

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the process of setting-up a Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) and student learning outcomes following a DEU experience.

Session: I 03

Developing Cultural Competencies

Marriott Ballroom 10

Influence of International Service Learning on the Development of Cultural Competence in Undergraduate Nursing Students

The purpose of this presentation is to share research, which confirms that International Service Learning for Nursing students and Nurses statistically improves confidence and skills towards developing cultural competence. Using the international service-learning model can enhance nursing skills, increase health delivery in underserved areas and foster global health relationships.

Towards Leadership Success in a Global Nursing Organization: Developing Intercultural Communication Competence
Dorette Sugg Welk, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Twofold: (1) to apply intercultural communication competence concepts, dimensions, and strategies derived from world-wide authors and researchers towards application by STTI nurse leaders at all levels; and (2) to apprise nurse leaders about use of STTI resources which may facilitate intercultural communication competence development.

Session: I 04

Faculty Leadership: Strategies for Success

Lincoln Room

Collaborative Leadership in the Nursing Classroom: A Case Study Approach
Meagan L. White, MSN, BSN, RNC, MNN

The purpose of this presentation is to review research findings from a case study exploring academic leadership in the development of innovative teaching strategies. Learners will discover how nurse educators act as collaborative leaders when working to transform classroom environments in higher education.

Maximizing Your Abilities as Course Leader
Robyn Rice, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to provide guidelines for Course Leaders for leading faculty and students in busy multi-section courses. Issues associated with conflict and course communication gaps are discussed. Specific recommendations for positive change are given with a working emphasis of both faculty and students as colleagues.

Session: I 05

The Power of Nurses to Lead Change to Advance Health

Marriott Ballroom 1-5

The Power of Nurses to Lead Change to Advance Health
Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN

Hassmiller will explain how frontline nurses and clinical nurse directors lead every day and how their voice is crucial to enabling all people to lead healthy lives. She will describe how the landmark Institute of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, has galvanized the nursing field to take on leadership roles. She will offer advice on how all nurses can build their skills to be effective leaders.

Leadership Sessions J

10:15-11:00 a.m. (1015-1100)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Leadership Sessions K

11:15 a.m.-noon (1115-1200)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Session: J 01

Developing Leadership Educational Strategies

Marriott Ballroom 8

Developing Leadership Competencies in DNP Practice Residencies
Christina Nordick, DNP, MA, MSN, FNP, ANP-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce participants to an innovative educational strategy which significantly cultivates leadership growth and competency in the DNP student reflective of the AACN DNP Essentials.

Influencing Nursing Leadership Excellence: Pedagogy Enrichment Within an Undergraduate Nursing Leadership Modality
Tanya L. Johnson, MSN, RN, NE-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate methodology utilized to enhance a nursing leadership course by mirroring course concepts with the ANCC Nurse Executive domains of practice and to illustrate student assignments and the relationship to providing students with a challenging and interactive learning experience.

Session: J 02

Clinical Leadership: Doctorally-Prepared Nurses

Marriott Ballroom 9

Intradisciplinary Collaboration: Doctorally-Educated Nurses Partnering for Patient Outcomes
Jennifer R. Day, PhD, BSN, BA, RN; Judith Ascenzi, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, CCRN; and Karen Frank, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, RN-C-NIC, APRN-CNS

The purpose of this presentation is to explain how doctorally-educated nurse leaders may collaborate to improve patient outcomes through the implementation of best practices. Two examples of intradisciplinary collaboration on implementation science nursing research studies will demonstrate this collaboration in practice.

Becoming an Authentic Leader as a New DNP or PhD Young-in-Age Nurse
Kathleen Z. Wisser, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, CNE, CPHQ, and Anne M. Fink, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE

The purpose of this presentation is to present strategies to create a life-story for newly credentialed DNP or PhD, young-in-age nurses with little to no leadership experience in their quest to develop as authentic leaders.

Session: J 03

Harm Reduction Ideas in Healthcare

Marriott Ballroom 10

Evidence-Based Practice, Drug Policy, and the Promotion of Harm Reduction in Nursing and Society
Jonathan D. Irwin, BA, CNAII, EMT

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce harm reduction principles, the evidence basis for supervised injection facilities, and to demonstrate ways for nurses and nursing students to create more socially just public health policy.

A Descriptive Study of Resources Needed During Floating Among Nurses in a Tertiary Pediatric Facility
Ann Hoffman, BSN, RN, CPN, and Victoria von Sadovszky, PhD, RN, FAAN

The purpose of this presentation is to present a study on floating in a large tertiary pediatric facility. More specifically, this presentation covers what resources nurses need to float, if those needs were met, and ways they wish information about floating should be disseminated.

Session: J 04

Improving Clinical Practice and Patient Satisfaction to Decrease Readmissions

Lincoln Room

Clinical Practice Protocol to Decrease Hospital Readmissions After CABG Surgery: Implications for Clinical Leadership
M. Therese Jamison, DNP, MSN, ACNP-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the implementation of a Clinical Practice Protocol that involved the redesign of processes that were started prior to the patient’s admission and extended to 30 days after discharge from CABG surgery.

Patients Are NEVER Customers
Jose Angel Torres, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, NP, CNS

The purpose of this presentation is to advocate that by putting healthcare and healthcare workers first and deflating customer satisfaction to follow, rather the driving force in healthcare, everything healthcare administrators seek will fall into place, to include customer retention and profits.

Session: K 01

Engaging Students in Healthcare Policies

Marriott Ballroom 8

Voices of Intent and Engagement in Health Policy Processes: Reflections of Nursing Students and Graduates

Prepare your Students to Publish in a Scholarly Repository
Kimberly Thompson, MLS

The purpose of this presentation is to enable faculty to understand the option of open access publishing via a scholarly repository in order to inform students of all the options available to them for promoting their work during their careers.

Starting Early: Influencing Change Through Nurse Engagement in Health Policy
Fabiola Romain-Lapeine, DNP, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to inform nurse educators how an innovative and interactive toolkit can be used to create a culture of engagement in policy within the nursing profession during the initial educational experience.

Session: K 02

Nursing Academia: Retaining Faculty Through Recruitment and Peer Mentoring

Marriott Ballroom 9

Strategies for Nursing Faculty Job Satisfaction and Retention
Thomas Kippenbrock, EdD, MSN, RN; Peggy Lee, EdD, MS, RN; DeAnna Jan Emory, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE; Michael Miller, PhD; and Christopher Rosen, PhD

The purpose of this presentation is report the research findings of a secondary data analysis examining nurse educator’s job satisfaction and intent to stay.

Creating a Collaborative Academic Culture for Successful Scholarship in Nursing Faculty
Wendy C. Kooken, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, and Amanda F. Hopkins, PhD, MS, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to describe a 2 year, monthly, 1-hour faculty gathering (Think Tank) in which faculty share their scholarly pursuits, resources, research strengths, and experiences.

Session: K 03

Improving Outcomes in Vulnerable Populations

Marriott Ballroom 10

Proactive Nurse Driven Frailty Screening for Early Palliative Care Intervention
Teresa Ann Hobt-Bingham, MSN, BSN, ADN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to provide a validated tool that can be used by any nurse in any unit to determine pre-injury/illness frailty in their patient population. This tool can help promote early intervention for end of life and quality of life discussions.

A Feasibility Study to Implement a Family Nurse Practitioner into a Rescue Mission
Mary Basara, DNP, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to educate advance practice nurses in caring for the homeless in community outreach settings by providing better access and preventive healthcare for the homeless.

Session: K 04

Developing Leaders Through Interprofessional Collaboration

Lincoln Room

The Importance of Collaborative Interprofessional Education on Advancing Leadership and Quality Improvement Attributes
Lorie L. Sigmon, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, and Gina Woody, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP

The purpose of this presentation is to: Introduce Patient Safety and Quality Improvement principles and its relationship to the Plan -Do -Study -Act Cycle to nursing and medical student interprofessional teams through experiential learning. Developing non-traditional curricular activities improves communication, team skills, and increases collaboration that supports patient safety culture.

Bedside Nursing Leadership Development for Interprofessional Collaboration
Amy J. Costanzo, MSN, RN-BC; Denise K. Gormley, PhD, MSN, BSN; and Jessica N. Hill, MA, BS

The purpose of this project is to describe a Bedside Nursing Leadership Development program (BNLD) designed to empower acute care inpatient bedside nurses to lead in making practice level changes to improve patient outcomes through innovative nurse led interprofessional bedside rounds.

Leadership Sessions L

1:30-2:15 p.m. (1330-1415)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Leadership Sessions M

2:30-3:15 p.m. (1430-1515)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Session: L 01

Leaders for the Future: Cultivating Leadership in Students

Marriott Ballroom 8

Developing Student Nurse Leaders: A Multidimensional Approach
Debrayh Gaylle, EdD, MS, RN, and Suzanne E. Malloy, EdD, MSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to showcase a multidimensional mentoring program focusing on students’ leadership development, while promoting characteristics of future nurse leaders.

Preparing Baccalaureate Nursing Students to be Microsystem Leaders
Chito Arcos Belchez, MSN, RN-BC, and David Martin, MN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate how a School of Nursing transformed the traditional leadership curricula in nursing education by integrating the principles of system leadership and elements of a healthy work environment. This presentation will also explore how the course was design using the Donabedian framework.

Session: L 02

Leadership Development for Sustainable Change

Marriott Ballroom 9

Mission Possible: Using Kotter’s Change Model to Drive Sustainable Change, a Case Study
Beverly A. Bokovitz, MSN, RN, NEA-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate utilization of John Kotter’s Change Theory when implementing a hand hygiene initiative in a community hospital.

The Kansas Nurse Leader Residency Program: A Clinical-Academic Partnership to Develop Nurse Leaders
Jill Peltzer, PhD, MS, BSN, APRN-CNS; Brian Selig, DNP, MHA, BSN, BA, RN; and Cynthia Teel, PhD, MS, BSN, RN, FAAN

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the development and implementation of a statewide nurse leader residency program, drawing upon a strong clinical – academic partnership with participation of nurse leaders from across the state.

Session: L 03

Leadership Successes Influencing Healthcare

Marriott Ballroom 10

Leading From the Margin: Nurses’ Power and Influence
Berthilde Dufrene, MSN, BSN, AAS, RN, CARN

This presentation aims to deliver a motional and inspiration message of nurses’ power and influence through sharing narratives of the lived experiences of the presenter.

Can the Cuban Health Care System Offer Lessons in Leadership?
Fay Mitchell-Brown, PhD, RN, CCRN

The purpose of this presentation is to educate the audience about the health care system in Cuba and how leadership style in that culture can transfer to practice in the United States to achieve better health outcomes.

Session: L 04

Membership Engagement: Sustainability and Succession

Lincoln Room

Sharing Ongoing Success: Strategies for Submitting a Chapter Key Award Application
Linda Creadon Shanks, PhD, DNP, RN, and Marlene Huff, PhD, MSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to share with participants specific strategies and ideas to align chapter activities with the key award criteria to facilitate a successful application.

Influence Through Lifelong Learning: Membership Engagement Advances the Nursing Profession
Jennifer Saylor, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, APRN-BC, and Jennifer Graber, EdD, MSN, BSN, APRN, CS, BC

The purpose of this presentation is to exemplify various avenues to engage new members and foster active membership through lifelong learning. Cultivating active membership ensures chapter sustainability while advancing the nursing profession and global health. It is important to provide members the opportunity to expand personal, professional and leadership skills in an effort to create a lasting commitment to the chapter/STTI.

Session: L 05

Challenges for Student Success

Marriott Ballroom 1-5

Logistic Regression of Admissions Data to Identify Predictors of Success in a BSN Program
Mary P. Bennett, PhD, MSN, BSN, ASN, APRN

To determine which factors best predict success of BSN students, using data from 341 students over a 3 year period. Success was defined as passing all nursing courses on the first attempt, on time program completion, and passing the NCLEX on the first attempt.

Challenges of Students and Nurse Tutor Interactions in Malawi Nursing Colleges
Noel Dzimnenani Mbirimtengerenji, MSN, MPH, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to enlighten nurse tutors, and clinical instructors on the challenges of student and tutor interactions both in class and at the clinical area.

Session: M 01

Leadership Development in Healthcare

Marriott Ballroom 8

Leadership Development Programs: Benefits, Outcomes, and Personal Transformations
Susan C. Winters, PhD, RN, CNE; Janet E. Jackson, MS, RN; and Catherine J. Mohammed, MN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to identify the similarities and themes of leadership development programs and highlight their benefits and outcomes. Past graduates of a leadership development program will also discuss their successes and personal and professional transformations as a result of their participation in such a program.

Nurses as Leaders in Healthcare Design
Debbie Gregory, BSN, RN, and Jaynelle Stichler, DNS, MSN, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, EDAC, FACHE, FAAN

To educate nurse leaders about roles they can play in influencing the design of hospitals and healthcare settings and inform them of industry resources available to assist them in accepting the challenge.

Session: M 02

Web-Based Technology to Improve Care and Communication

Marriott Ballroom 9

Beta Omicron Chapter’s Use of Google Drive to Reduce Workload and Increase Communication With Members
Amber J. McCall, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, and Stephanie Madeline Wright, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to share the process by which Beta Omicron used member (and/or applicant) self-input of data into Google Drive for easy upload into the Sigma Theta Tau contact and induction system.

Transforming Healthcare Through the Use of Web-Based Technology
Julie Jones, MS, RN-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to give nurses new web-based technology tools to increase patient engagement in their healthcare.

Session: M 03

Pediatric Loss: Palliative Care and Grief

Marriott Ballroom 10

Examining DNAR Status in Pediatric Palliative Surgical Patients: An Application of a Decision Analysis Tool
Margaret H. Hartig, MAN, BSN, RN, APN, CRNA

Many PPC patients present for PPS which risk perioperative catastrophic events. Determining a patient’s/family’s wishes regarding DNAR order status can be daunting when encountering these patients for the first time during preoperative evaluation. This presentation will show how a decision analysis tool can determine the need for preoperative DNAR communication.

Leading Through Loss
Robie Victoria Hughes, DSN, RN, CNS

To educate nurse leaders on healthy interactions with employees who loose a child through accident or illness.

Session: M 04

Special Session

Lincoln Room

Institute for Global Healthcare Leadership
Cynthia Vlasich, MBA, BSN, RN

The Institute for Global Healthcare Leadership was developed to prepare healthcare leaders to effectively work in and/or lead major public health departments, public or private organizations, and global programs and initiatives, thereby directly and indirectly improving the health of people worldwide.

Session: M 05

Pre-Licensure Nursing Students: Patient Education and Mental Health

Marriott Ballroom 1-5

Insights From Nursing Students About Patient Teaching: Are We Getting a Passing Grade?
Liz Richard, MN, BScN, RN; Teresa Evans, MN, BScN, RN; and Bev Williams, PhD, MN, BScN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to show how there is a perceived disconnect between the importance of patient teaching and its implementation in practice.

The Craziness of Mental Health: Teaching Mental Illness to Pre-Licensure Nursing Students
Amy Richards, MSN, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to educate nurses and educators in the paradigm shift in caring for the mentally ill. Professionals must first self-reflect and address their own stigmas and personal barriers when providing care to this vulnerable population and when role-modeling for students.

Leadership Sessions N

3:45-4:30 p.m. (1545-1630)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Leadership Sessions O

4:45-5:30 p.m. (1645-1730)

Select each session below to view the individual presentations.

Session: N 01

Leadership Strategies in the Clinical Setting

Marriott Ballroom 8

An Ethical Leadership Program for Nursing Unit Managers
Mihyun Park, PhD, RN; Sang-Hee Jeon, PhD, RN; Kyungok Choi, PhD, RN; and Mi Kyoung Kim, PhD, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to share our experience in terms of the development and implementation of an ethical leadership program as a competency development program for nursing unit managers at a teaching hospital in South Korea.

Nursing Leadership in a Greenfield Hospital: Strategies for Success
Dawn M. Gubanc-Anderson, DNP, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CHEP, FACHE, and Julia Mason, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to compare and contrast effective nursing leadership styles used during the design, planning, activation, and operation of a Greenfield community hospital in the mid-western United States. A review of the transformational and servant leadership styles employed during this project will be presented.

Session: N 02

Special Session

Marriott Ballroom 9

Development of a Formal Mentoring Program Model for Varied Professional Settings
Patricia L. Brady, MSN, RN

This presentation will discuss the development of a formal mentoring program for enhancing the professional development of nurses regardless of practice settings. Focus will be given to a description of the process to allow participants to be able to implement the model in varied employment arenas.

Session: N 03

Preparing Faculty for Online Instruction

Marriott Ballroom 10

Faculty Development in Online Instruction
Lorri Graham, MSN, CPHQ, CIC, CNE

The purpose of this presentation is to acknowledge that rapid transformation of courses in higher education from the classroom to the Internet has surpassed the ability of some colleges and universities to properly prepare faculty to competently teach online, and to provide faculty development activities that address that gap.

Developing and Adopting a Simulation Faculty Credentialing Plan Presenter Information
Ashley E. Franklin, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CCRN, CNE, CHSE

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the process for developing and adopting a simulation faculty credentialing plan in a baccalaureate prelicensure nursing program, including a discussion of challenges and opportunities from the faculty, administrative perspectives.

Session: N 04

Tools You Need: Instruments for Research and Leadership

Lincoln Room

Changing of the Guard: Preserving Research Instrument Accessibility
Susan P. Yarbrough, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNE; Pamela Martin, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; and Danita Alfred, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce a collaboration between the Sigma Theta Tau International and the University of Texas at Tyler to develop an e-Repository in the Virginia Henderson Library to provide a central and easily accessible resource to research artifacts such as instruments, scales and measures.

PRO Level Leadership: People, PuRpose, and POssibilities
Ann L. Bianchi, PhD, RN; Pamela V. O’Neal, PhD, RN; and Ellise Adams, PhD, CNM

The purpose of this presentation is to define, describe, and detail a PRO Level Leader as one who influences (Patterson et al., 2008) and effects change by knowing the People, establishing a common PuRpose, and being open to different POssibilities to solve a problem.

Session: N 05

Retention and Clinical Leadership

Marriott Ballroom 1-5

Supervisor Support and Turnover Intention: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Sitah Alshutwi, MSN, RN

This presentation is a systematic review of the literature that aims to(a) review and critique the published research on supervisor support in the workplace as an approach to reduce TI, (b) synthesize the findings across studies, and (c) identify the gaps in the literature and make recommendations for further research.

Nurse Manager Succession Planning
Veronica Vasquez Campos, MSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to review academic literature to answer the following nursing administrative management question: Among hospital organizations (P), what is the evidence for nurse manager succession planning (I), to increase nurse retention rates (O)?

Session: O 01

QSEN Competencies: Developing Nursing Skills

Marriott Ballroom 8

A Bundled Approach to Improve Handoff Education in Prelicensure Nursing Students
Margaret A. Avallone, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the rationale, components, implementation and evaluation of the Nursing Handoff Educational Bundle (NHEB), a comprehensive bundled strategy to standardize the instruction and evaluation of handoff communications in a prelicensure baccalaureate program.

Using Systems Thinking Leadership and QSEN Competencies to Design a Nursing Career Development Framework
Noreen T. Bernard, MS, RN, NEA-BC, and Cynthia A. Oster, PhD, ANP, MSN, BSN, MBA, ACNS-BC, CNS-BC

The purpose of this presentation is to share the journey one Accountable Care Organization (ACO) took to meet the changing needs of the community by addressing current and future workforce shortages through building a sustainable nursing career development framework supported by Quality Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies.

Session: O 02

Screening for Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Marriott Ballroom 9

Best Practice for Assessing Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Asymptomatic Women 35-54 Years
Isabelle Skurka, MSN, RN, ANP-BC

The purpose of this evidence-based practice project was to determine the effect of cardiovascular disease screening on asymptomatic women between the ages of 35 and 54 years after implementing and evaluating cardiovascular disease risk stratification and healthy lifestyle modifications.

Session: O 03

Servant Leadership Skills

Marriott Ballroom 10

Servant Leadership and Research: Using Both to Build Sustainable Service Projects
Linda Johanson, EdD, MS(n), RN, CCNE

The purpose of this presentations is to define servant leadership, to explain how servant nurse leaders can promote the building of sustainable service projects in developing countries, and to convey the results of a nurse-led research project to install and study the effects of clean water filters in rural Guatemalan villages.

Nurses as Leaders: Connecting Through Board Service
Cynthia B. Dunlap, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the needed interprofessional skills and the acquisition of those skills from an initial research study, along with methods to seek board service within our communities.

Session: O 04

Skills to Improve Communication

Lincoln Room

A Guide to Nurse-Provider Collaboration
Steven Brockman-Weber, DNP, MSN, MS(HSA), BBA, ADN, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC

The purpose of this presentation was to create, implement, and evaluate a resource toolkit of best practices that will include tools, tips, and techniques to improve communication and collaboration, between nurses and providers.

Nurses as Leaders in Disaster Preparedness and Response: A Call to Action
Tener Goodwin Veenema, PhD, MSN, MPH, RN, CPNP, FAAN; Anne R. Griffin, BSN, MPH, RN, CNOR; Alicia R. Gable, MPH; Linda M. MacIntyre, PhD, RN; Nadine Simons, MS, BSN, RN; Mary Pat Couig, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN; John J. Walsh, PhD, MS; Roberta Proffitt Lavin, PhD, RN, APRN-BC; Aram Dobalian, PhD, MPH, JD; and Elaine Larson, PhD, MA, BSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to present a vision for the future of disaster nursing, identify barriers and facilitators to achieving that vision, and recommendations in nursing practice, education, policy and research.

Session: O 05

Clinical Leadership for Transformational Change

Marriott Ballroom 1-5

Leading Transformational Change: An Innovative Preceptor Education Program
Sheila Hauck, DNP, MSN, RN, OCN, NEA-BC, and Susan Seibert, DNP, MSN, RN

The purpose of this presentation is to describe the efforts of a Professional Practice Council, in consultation with an academic educator, to improve new graduate retention rates by improving the orientation process and transition to practice. An evidence- based preceptor preparation curriculum was adopted and implemented for six pilot units.

Transformational Leadership Operationalized in Concept-Based Clinicals by Using a Faculty Coach
Donna Huddleston, PhD, MSN, RN, CHPN, CNE

The purpose of this presentation is to relate the achievements, challenges, and lessons learned when implementing a concept-based clinical from a clinical faculty coach perspective.

To view presentations, please go to the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository and search for the session ID associated with the session you wish to view.
For example, to view the presentation titled Helping Your Hashtags: Publicity via Social Media in session F 01, search the Henderson Repository for "LEAD16F01".

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