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7th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 16-18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

October 16 -18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

NWC 2022

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Carlos A  Archilla
Keynote Presentation
Carlos A Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

The presentation will discuss preliminary findings of an on-going Quality Improvement project that involves 13 leading children’s hospitals looking at social and demographic determinants of health and their effect in pre-operative fasting readiness. Also, will discuss the f [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -   Priscilla E Neils
Keynote Presentation
Priscilla E Neils , Healthtrust, United States

Patients and their families are separated from each other during the surgical process by time and space, a situation that creates stress for both the family and their loved one. The author’s position of Director of Surgical Services offers a unique opportunity to examine th [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Ilene Gottlieb
Keynote Presentation
Ilene Gottlieb, Vibrational Healing From The Heart, Inc., United States

The key to effective leadership begins and ends with who we are BEing in our relationship with ourselves ... period! If our collective voice as nurses is not being heard, we are then being asked to look for a deeper meaning of why this is happening, and to consider being open to [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Jodi Noga
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jodi Noga, Colorado Mesa University, United States

Educating students about end-of-life, death, dying, and grief is a passion of mine, which many may find unusual. These are not easy topics, but they are important. I have seen a lot of death and dying throughout my career. As I tell my students, death can and does happen anywhere [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Cristina M Bravo
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Cristina M Bravo, Baptist Health South Florida, United States

Policies management can be the bane of existence for some. With the application of the shared governance model, the entire policies management program was restricted to eliminate the individual persons response. The philosophy behind this policy management model was initially app [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Terri W Enslein
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Terri W Enslein, Xavier University, United States

Background Information/Introduction: Patients today, riddled with multiple comorbidities and presenting with complex care needs, have a plethora of healthcare information at their fingertips. The internet and social media applications are replete with medical advice, information, [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Olga C Rodriguez
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Olga C Rodriguez, Florida Southern College, United States

Long-term care and skilled nursing facilities experience ebbs and flows of nursing staffing, a problem compounded by the perception of the facilities as undesirable workplaces and competition for staff from other healthcare entities. Travel nurses are contracted to fill staffing [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Mahkameh Rasouli
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mahkameh Rasouli, University of California Irvine, United States

Purpose A series of semi-structured focus interviews were conducted to understand the efficient implementation and integration of health monitoring devices in communities. Furthermore, we aimed to identify barriers to accepting technologies and issues of most concern for poten [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Shannon McCrory Churchill
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shannon McCrory Churchill, D Youville University, United States

Nursing faculty are experiencing burnout which includes lack of job satisfaction, low morale, decreased social and peer support, exhaustion, and other psychological and physiological effects. Nursing faculty are at risk for stress and burnout that threaten to worsen the current n [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Abigail Mitchell
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Abigail Mitchell, D’Youville College, United States

Nursing faculty are experiencing burnout which includes lack of job satisfaction, low morale, decreased social and peer support, exhaustion, and other psychological and physiological effects. Nursing faculty are at risk for stress and burnout that threaten to worsen the current n [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Eilean Lazarus Rathinasamy
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Eilean Lazarus Rathinasamy, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

c Background: Nomophobia “no mobile phone” and phobia” is a pathological fear of being out of contact with a mobile phone, has no mobile networks, or has insufficient balance or battery. New technologies have become an integral part of our lives. Rapidly spre [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Brenda Wiles
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Brenda Wiles, Xavier University, United States

Background:  Generation Z currently represents approximately one-fourth of the US population. Those who took the traditional four-year college route began graduating and entering the workforce in 2017. Unlike any other time in history, there are currently multiple generation [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Emilie Burdette
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Emilie Burdette, Xavier University, United States

Background:  Generation Z currently represents approximately one-fourth of the US population. Those who took the traditional four-year college route began graduating and entering the workforce in 2017. Unlike any other time in history, there are currently multiple generation [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Noushin Vastani
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Noushin Vastani, Brenau University, United States

COVID-19 has put healthcare professionals under immense pressure and hindered their ability to provide quality services. A ProQOL survey demonstrated increased burnout and secondary traumatic stress among frontline practitioners in Georgia due to increased workloads, feelings of [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Katelyn Erickson
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Katelyn Erickson, Roseburg VA Health Care System, United States

The Healthcare workforce are increasingly experiencing burnout syndrome in today’s settings. According to a 2021 report by American Nurses Association, “60-75% of clinicians report symptoms of burnout, while nurses are equally or more stressed”. The May 2022 Sur [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Sandra Walker Halliman
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sandra Walker Halliman, Columbia VA Health Care System, United States

The Healthcare workforce are increasingly experiencing burnout syndrome in today's settings. According to a 2021 report by American Nurses Association, "60-75% of clinicians report symptoms of burnout, while nurses are equally or more stressed". The May 2022 Surgeon [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Hsiu Chin Chen
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Hsiu Chin Chen, Utah Valley University, United States

Student cultural competence should be evaluated to identify the effectiveness of educational interventions relevant to culturally congruent care. Given the broad availability of instruments developed to assess cultural competence, there is a need to develop psychometric propertie [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Barry Wiener
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Barry Wiener, Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, United States

Purpose Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common type of heart arrhythmia and can exacerbate the risks of ischemic stroke, heart failure, prolonged hospitalization, and sudden death. Traditional treatment strategies (e.g., medications, cardiac ablation) can be expensive and ma [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Marta Figueroa
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Marta Figueroa , NYU Langone Health, United States

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the constraints of global health systems to effectively manage the rapid spread of an airborne infectious disease, which was further exacerbated by shortages of critical personal protective equipment (PPE). Healthcare institutions and healt [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Ian Green
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ian Green, SNOMED International, United Kingdom

New developments in healthcare continue to develop at a fast rate. With these developments come a series of challenges. Supporting healthcare practice currently is driven mainly by evidence-based practice, with a reliance on interpreting the evidence into guidelines and patient p [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Jane Millar
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jane Millar, SNOMED International, United Kingdom

New developments in healthcare continue to develop at a fast rate. With these developments come a series of challenges. Supporting healthcare practice currently is driven mainly by evidence-based practice, with a reliance on interpreting the evidence into guidelines and patient p [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Kelly J Conway
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Kelly J Conway , Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, United States

Rationale/Background: To increase access to and quality of care for homeless veterans, a structure including Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) regional teams (Social Work, Nursing, Psychology) and Housing Resource Groups (HRGs) was developed to provide coordinated assistance [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Denise Fleming Weiler
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Denise Fleming Weiler, Montana State University Bozeman, United States

Background: In 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VHA) transformed its healthcare system to increase veterans' access to services. The new guidelines promised mental health and primary care "Same Day Services for Veterans with the most urgent needs" (Departme [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Jean Ross
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Jean Ross, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand

Introduction: During the past three decades changing socio-political and economic contexts have affected health care in New Zealand; rural nurses responded with new emerging models of practice in which they have maintained and, in some cases, improved the health care of the [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Vera Costa
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Vera Costa, Monash University, Australia

Objectives: This study investigated the predictors of poor mental health outcomes among family carers of residents after transitioning into residential aged care. Method: Using a cross-sectional design, five groups of variables were evaluated as predictors: caregiver demographic [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Robin Adams Geiger
Keynote Presentation
Robin Adams Geiger, Ingenovis Health, United States

 In the last few years, we have seen an increase in health disparity due to the Covid 19 pandemic. An already fragile state of health concerns was worsened to include an increase in lower socioeconomic status due to loss of jobs and the closing of businesses. This impact to [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Daryle Wane
Keynote Presentation
Daryle Wane, Pasco-Hernando State College, United States

In the year 2022, nurses are faced with significant challenges due to COVID 19 pandemic which has dramatically affected not only how we practice/provide care but has also placed emphasis on why, when and where we deliver care. We will be exploring the design of the nursing unit i [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Marian Heemskerk
Keynote Presentation
Marian Heemskerk, Director of Community Life, Canada

Elim Village is a senior’s community located in Surrey, BC with approximately six hundred and fifty (650) seniors and three hundred (300) staff on site. A workshop was held at Elim Village in late fall of 2018 to provide staff with an opportunity to experience personally ch [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Somya Ramrakhyani
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Somya Ramrakhyani, Healing Breaths Art of Living Foundation, United States

Project objective/background:  The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented challenges for health care providers (HCPs), resulting in stress related disorders, insomnia and burnout. Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY), a mind-body intervention, was explored as a tool to positively imp [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Toni Hawkins
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Toni Hawkins, Inova Fairfax Medical Campus, United States

Health disparities in rural and underserved communities often go unchecked leaving individuals to fend for themselves in terms of undiagnosed medical conditions, misunderstanding of diagnoses, and ongoing mistrust of healthcare systems. Community mistrust of healthcare systems an [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  Jane Png Hong Hock
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jane Png Hong Hock, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Singapore, a city state with 5.7 million people, is one of the first few countries that was affected by COVID-19 , adopted a national strategy for the pandemic which stress the importance of preparedness through a whole country approach. When the virus first arrived in January 20 [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Alba Idaly Munoz Sanchez
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Alba Idaly Munoz Sanchez, National University of Colombia, Colombia

Objetivo: Determinar la efectividad de una intervención educativa en la identificación de sintomáticos respiratorios por parte de los trabajadores de la salud. Método: Estudio cuasi-experimental con 100 trabajadores de la salud (médicos, enfe [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  J Michael O Bryan
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
J Michael O Bryan, Greiner Bio-One, North America, United States

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for the entire healthcare industry and supply chains across all industries globally. Healthcare organizations are feeling pressures from supply disruptions driven by transportation delays, constrained supplies, and increa [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Cinzia Caparso
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Cinzia Caparso, University of Michigan, United States

Background: Half of the population with cancer who are aged 20 to 54 years old will die from cancer with African Americans being 1.2 times more likely to die (NCI, 2019a; 2021b). Parents with advanced cancer (PWAC) have concerns about their future and their remaining family&rsquo [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Sandy Lamb
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sandy Lamb, Altitude Business Coaching, LLC, United States

Burnout is now officially a recognized mental health concern that is affecting, among others, hospital workers across the globe.  Called an "occupational phenomenon" by the World Health Organization (WHO), burnout is described as "resulting from chronic workpl [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Sarah Waylett
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sarah Waylett, Dreamgarten, United States

Burnout is now officially a recognized mental health concern that is affecting, among others, hospital workers across the globe.  Called an "occupational phenomenon" by the World Health Organization (WHO), burnout is described as "resulting from chronic workpl [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Erica Colvin
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Erica Colvin, Allina Health Group, United States

The presentation will take nurses on a developmental journey from idea to implementation and expansion of registered nurse protocol-based clinical programs. Presenter will discuss lessons learned, needs and potential challenges in developing and maintaining centralized nursing pr [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Heather Marker
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Heather Marker, Mayo Clinic, United States

Keeping staff safe within the hospital walls has become a challenge that requires a deliberate, multi-faceted approach.  There is no single intervention, technology, or policy that will effectively address workplace violence and help staff feel safe.  Staff safety must [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Lisa Foertsch
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Lisa Foertsch, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, United States

Student nursing care plans typically present two prioritized patient health problems. Student nurses research patient information to plan care, identify patient problems and plan the appropriate nursing interventions. The completed 3-phase pre-post qualitative study has significa [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  Misti Schneidewind
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Misti Schneidewind, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, United States

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals make up a diverse community with a shared need for culturally competent healthcare. As healthcare providers we must recognize and respond to the specific challenges they face. LGBTQ members live in a state of hype [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Jennifer Nanna
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jennifer Nanna, Current Health, United States

The purpose of this presentation is to expressly show how the telehealth field is expanding and nursing is at the center of it. I feel that many nurses are frustrated and tired with what has become a daily norm within the brick and mortar. This presentation is to reinvigorate nur [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Camilita Rahat Goberdhan
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Camilita Rahat Goberdhan, New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell, United States

Oncology and hematology patients require high volumes of red blood cell transfusions.  At our organization, there were 3,960 units of RBC transfused.  This accounts for almost 25% of our total outpatient infusion volume. Data from our patient engagement survey – w [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Jill Bennison
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jill Bennison, Nationwide Children's Hospital, United States

The care of a pediatric orthopedic patient varies from the care of an adult orthopedic patient. A basic review of pediatric anatomy and how it differs from the mature adult skeleton will be reviewed.  A detailed description of the types and patterns of pediatric fractures, i [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Donna Ho Shing
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Donna Ho Shing, New Jersey City University, United States

Purpose: Grassman (2021) noted that in December 2020, 67% of adults in the United States indicated they would accept the COVID-19 vaccine. The government was hoping to achieve Herd Immunity by having 70% of the population vaccinated. However, by fall 2021 only 58.9% of the Unite [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Lisa Wallace
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Lisa Wallace, Morehead State University, United States

The Covid-19 pandemic that began in 2019 has impacted school-age children profoundly in the United States.  Long-term effects are yet to  be determined. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide among those  ages 10-24 years is the second [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Annette Holst
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Annette Holst, Genesis Medical Center, United States

Non-ventilator hospital acquired pneumonia (NV-HAP) is associated with increased morbidity and mortality, increased length of stay (LOS), increased risk for sepsis, and increased costs. NV-HAP incidence increased over a 3-year period at a Midwestern acute care community hospital [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Timothy Wallerich
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Timothy Wallerich, Mayo Clinic, United States

Workplace violence in the healthcare setting has become a pandemic within a pandemic.  Incidents of physical violence against healthcare workers by both patients and visitors has increased exponentially.  Nurses are reporting that they are often afraid to care for their [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - James Montegrico
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
James Montegrico, The University of North Carolina Charlotte, United States

Rationale/Background The purpose of this project was to determine the effectiveness of a proof-of-concept design for an academic-corporate partnership aimed at enhancing clinical skills, clinical judgement, and communication skills of internationally educated nurses (IENs) transi [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Breanna Walker
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Breanna Walker, Mayo Clinic, United States

As male to female gender affirming surgeries (GAS) such as vaginoplasty were added as a surgical procedure available at our facility, it was quickly apparent that the abundance of education and expectation fell on the day of discharge leading to delays and dissatisfaction for bot [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Ann Ell
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Ann Ell, New England Baptist Hospital, United States

Introduction: Syncopal/ Presyncopal episodes are occurrences of dizziness or  lightheadedness followed by a rapid and complete recovery with or without loss of consciousness. However, these symptoms can sometimes be confused with cardiac events and to ensure patient safety, [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Shannon Traft
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Shannon Traft, New England Baptist Hospital, United States

Introduction: Syncopal/ Presyncopal episodes are occurrences of dizziness or  lightheadedness followed by a rapid and complete recovery with or without loss of consciousness. However, these symptoms can sometimes be confused with cardiac events and to ensure patient safety, [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Deidra Frisbie
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Deidra Frisbie, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in America (1). Of those strokes, African Americans have the highest prevalence of stroke and death when compared to any other racial group in the United States. African American stroke survivors, in comparison to all other racial groups [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Robin Simon
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Robin Simon, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in America (1). Of those strokes, African Americans have the highest prevalence of stroke and death when compared to any other racial group in the United States. African American stroke survivors, in comparison to all other racial groups [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Elizabeth J Solomon
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Elizabeth J Solomon, Touro University Nevada, United States

Heart failure is a growing worldwide problem. The growing burden of managing this progressive chronic disease is expensive. Effective management of this chronic debilitating disease requires vigilant patient and caregiver engagement. Self-management is complicated and requires pa [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Megan Schilling
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Megan Schilling, Angelo State University, United States

The purpose of this evidence-based project was to determine if standardized assessment, interventions, and documentation of seizures improves patient outcomes. Seizures are a complex symptom of an underlying disease process and can be debilitating for patients. If not treated pro [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Sofica Bistriceanu
Keynote Presentation
Sofica Bistriceanu, Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania

The words represent a common, valuable communication channel for the people in interaction. Word usage informs us about the difference between the individuals, and they may generate disputes, agreement, disagreement, interest, enthusiasm, standing ovation, restlessness, turbulenc [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Elaine Webb
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Elaine Webb, Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, United States

Abstract – Establishing a Peer Support Program in the Acute Care Setting INTRODUCTION: The purpose of the evidence-based project was to determine if implementing a peer support program will minimize the trauma experienced by HCPs following unanticipated adverse events. B [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Amy Richards
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Amy Richards, Rogers State University, United States

Each person is given a name that follows them through their lifetime.  Our names are unique, chosen carefully by our loved ones, and acts to separate us from others. Our names identify us as one human being among the 7.9 billion other human beings in this world (WorldOMeters [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Shanti Nair
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shanti Nair, Tata Memorial Hospital, India

Intravenous (IV) catheterizations are frequently applied in cancer therapy for hydration, nutrition, drug administration, and transfusion of blood and blood products. Oncology nurses are responsible for the safe and timely administration of IV treatments to the patients throug [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Naser Alotaibi
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Naser Alotaibi, Kuwait University, Kuwait

  Background: Health sciences students as future health care providers, can play a valuable role in protecting societies against the spread of COVID-19 through health promotion and lifestyle modification education. Therefore, proper education of these students is essentia [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Agnes Makhene
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Agnes Makhene, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Decolonization of the nursing education curriculum has become more important than ever. The nursing profession has been colonized since the founding era of Florence Nightingale of the profession. This Victorian curriculum has been carried out through decades of the existence of t [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Panmial Priscilla Damulak
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Panmial Priscilla Damulak, Baze university, Nigeria

The rising trend in mental illness in Nigeria has led to serious concerns for healthcare providers. Even more worrisome, is the misconceptions surrounding this illness and the healthcare providers particularly nurses managing the condition. Psychiatric nurses are faced with sever [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Yoong Si Qi
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Yoong Si Qi, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Objectives: This review aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of peer video feedback (PVF) on healthcare students' reactions and learning outcomes against other feedback methods (e.g., expert- or self-video feedback). It also synthesized the characteristics of PVF within health [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Supattra Changsuphan
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Supattra Changsuphan, Thammasat University, Thailand

Background: Readiness for hospital discharge indicates successful health and illness transition. Assessing readiness for hospital discharge and transition to home in patients after hip arthroplasty has become increasingly important to patient safety and outcomes. Nurses play [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Anila Cake
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Anila Cake, University of Medicine, Albania

Scope: Are there dilemmas about the vaccination process in health professionals and what are they? What were the first data results on the effectiveness of the vaccination process in health workers and are they reliable? Materials and methods: Analytical studies published in T [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  Jennifer Knox
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Jennifer Knox, Woodward Academy, United States

Nurses play a critical role in delivering healthcare, especially given the treatment gap between the health needs of people worldwide and the available of healthcare professionals. The International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth hosted a webinar on Telenursing featuring sp [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - samirah Alamri
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
samirah Alamri, King Abdullah Specialized Children Hospital, Saudi Arabia

Background : Patients’ experience defined as interaction between patients and health care system. Positive experience will enhance patients care and treatment outcome. Goals: To promote positive patients’ experience in outpatients’ clinics through utilization [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Gloria Achempim Ansong
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Gloria Achempim Ansong, University of Ghana, Ghana

Background: In March 2020, COVID-19 was declared by WHO as a global pandemic disease. The spread of the disease has significantly exerted its toll on the health system. Ghana has seen over 105,000 Covid-19 cases, including 848 deaths, since the first case was reported. The COVID- [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Tom De Keyser
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Tom De Keyser, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium

Introduction: Aggression to health care professionals (HCP) is a common occurrence both in psychiatric or non-psychiatric inpatient and outpatient settings. The overall prevalence of patient perpetrated violence (workplaceviolence - type 2) ranges from 9.5% to 74.6%, dependi [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Tamberly J Matthews
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Tamberly J Matthews , Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital, United States

Background: Severe alcohol withdrawal syndrome (SAWS) results from inadequate inhibitory GABA activity combined with excessive excitatory glutamate activity. While Benzodiazepines (BZD) address the GABA deficiency, phenobarbital (Pb) simultaneously enhances GABA activity, inhibit [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Rachel Phelps
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Rachel Phelps, Samford University, United States

Triggers for the Project : The CDC (2017a) reported between 16.9 and 18.9 hospitalizations per 1,000 persons between 2015 and 2017 within the chosen region. When looking at specific heart failure (HF) statistics of the chosen hospital, the organization had around 114.1 HF dischar [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Crystal M Burton
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Crystal M Burton, Radford University, United States

Proper management of blood sugars through dietary practices is known to improve the outcomes of the Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) population. The project site noted a gap in the use of an evidence-based practice methodology to improve dietary practices. The purpose of this quan [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Dylan Salrin
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Dylan Salrin, UCHealth, United States

Background: It is common for facilities to use standard compressive dressings (Aquacel) for complex total joint replacements, revisions, and irrigation and debridements. ?Significant variation and unpredictability existed in outcomes. Existing literature suggests t [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Cecilia Kasperick
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Cecilia Kasperick, UC San Diego Health, United States

Background/Problem The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) require a Survivorship Care Plan (SCP) be created and delivered to ≥50% patients receiving curative treatment within one year of cancer diagnosis and no later than six months after completion o [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Angie Flynn
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Angie Flynn, Western Carolina University, United States

 The current healthcare environment is multifaceted and ever-changing, which can lead to an overwhelmed, exhausted, and vulnerable nursing workforce. A core component of nursing involves caring for vulnerable populations. In today’s tumultuous healthcare environment, n [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Faith Atte
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Faith Atte, William Paterson University On New Jersey, United States

Immigrants fall under a unique population as they not only have to adjust to the new country of residence but also have to contend with the stressors unique to migration. African immigrants not only have to contend with the concept of otherness but also the multiple marginal iden [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Brittany Nicole Hudgins Graham
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Brittany Nicole Hudgins Graham, Western Carolina University, United States

Professionalism, or more commonly known as professional behavior, should be an expectation of members who serve in the healthcare profession. “Although there is no consensus in the literature about the meaning or definition of professionalism, there are some generally recog [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Cheryl Smith Monfee
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Cheryl Smith Monfee, Arkansas Tech University, United States

The number one cause of death with injury is bleeding. “Stop the Bleed” is a national initiative launched by the White House in 2015, to teach bystanders the ABCs of bleeding control and reduce the number of preventable deaths. In July 2019, the Arkansas General Assem [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  Andrea Green
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Andrea Green, OhioHealth, United States

Abstract: Short Description of what will be discussed during the presentation (about 250 - 500 words) The presentation demonstrates the work that was done to set up a centralized nurse triage line to support primary care and a non-clinical centralized scheduling call center. T [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Victoria Ferguson
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Victoria Ferguson, Old Dominion University, United States

PROBLEM:  Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is an increasing health problem that results in a high economic burden to health systems and reduces quality of life. Patients with ESKD incur approximately 12 days of inpatient care per year and their annual death rates exceeds 150/1,0 [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - AnnMarie Vang
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
AnnMarie Vang, Aspen University, United States

Abstract: Nursing students are often working full-time while attending school and supporting their families. In addition to the stressors caused by returning to school the pandemic has left many nursing students feeling burned out and questioning their future as nurses. The nurse [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Mee Kyung Lee
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Mee Kyung Lee, Merrimack College, United States

Abstract: Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is one of the common chronic diseases in school settings. The importance of transitional care has been emphasized for youth with T1D who emerge from pediatric healthcare systems to adult healthcare systems to maintain continuity of care. However, m [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Sally Clemenson
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Sally Clemenson, Minnesota State University, United States

Abstract: Objective: Providing safe patient care while decreasing alarm fatigue when using continuous heart rate and respiratory rate monitoring is a delicate balance. Adjusting alarm parameters can decrease the risk for alarm fatigue as well as maintaining patient safety. [....] » Read More

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