Dr. Lindsay Draper will give a presentation entitled “Inpatient Nurse Staffing Indicators: Comparing Admits/Discharges/Transfers (ADT), Contact Census, Minimum Census, and ADT Index to Midnight Census” at the 2019 Cone Health/AHEC Research, Evidence-Based Practice and Quality Symposium in Greensboro on Friday, November 22.
Dr. Rebecca Kalinoski was selected to present her project entitled “Recognizing and Responding to Suicidal Ideation in a Nursing Home: A Nursing Educational Intervention” at the Nursing Education Research Conference by Sigma Theta Tau and the National League for Nursing. The conference will be held in Washington, D.C., in March 2020.
Dr. Laurie Kennedy-Malone and Dr. Karen Amirehsani
co-authored an article entitled “Supporting Preceptors and Strengthening Academic-Practice Partnerships: Preceptors’ Perceptions” that was published in The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. Click here to read their article based on surveys they conducted with preceptors.
Dr. Audrey Snyder has accepted an appointment to UNCG’s Advisory Committee for International Programs for 2019-2020. The University-wide committee will advise the International Programs Center “as it seeks to provide leadership in the internationalization of the campus.”
Dr. Cheryl Wicker will give a presentation entitled “Increasing Routine Advance Care Planning Discussions with Medicare Patients in Primary Care” at the 2019 National Symposium for Academic Palliative Care Education and Research in October.
Dr. Elizabeth Stone, who earned her PhD from UNCG in December 2018, collaborated with former faculty member Dr. Leslie Davis on an article entitled “State of the Science: Skull fracture and intracranial injury in children below age 2” that was published in the Journal of Emergency Nursing. Click here to read the article.