RESEARCH DAY 2009
Celebrating the Scholarship of Education,
Evidence-Based Practice, and Research
Date: Friday, April 24, ...
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Schedule-At-A-Glance
TIME TOPIC LOCATION
7:30-8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by UAMS Medical C...
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Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours
All program planners and presenters have signed Conflict of Interest forms, i...
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Research Day 2009 Planning Committee
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Angela Green, PhD, APN,
Debra Jeffs, PhD, RN
Central A...
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Thank You to Our Sponsors!
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Abstract Review; Poster Session Sponsor
Central Arkansas Veteran...
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Research Day 2009
Keynote Speaker
Heather M. Young, Ph.D., R.N., G.N.P., F.A.A.N.
The University of California Board of ...
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Research Day 2009 Schedule of Events
Time Topic Location
7:30 AM-8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast Wilson E...
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2. “Epoetin Alfa (EPO) and DeepVein
Thrombosis in Multiple Myeloma;” E. Ann
Coleman, PhD, RNP, AOCN; E. Ann Coleman,
UAM...
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PhD, RN, UAMS/CON; Cornelia Beck,
PhD, RN, UAMS College of Medicine
(UAMS/COM); Kevin Means, MD,
UAMS/COM, Little Rock, ...
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2. “National Database of Nursing Quality
Indicators (NDNQI) as a Quality
Improvement Trigger;” Sandra
Grinder, RN, MSN,...
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Research Day 2009
Poster Presentations
1. “ACLS for the Experienced Provider: Program Implementation Process at UAMS;”
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11. “Effects of Empowerment Training on Nursing Compliance with Established Oral
Nutrition Guidelines;” Cathy A. Pellet...
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22. “Standardized Bronchiolitis Education;” Joanne Kaye, RN, AD, CPN; Emma “Beth”
Scotter, RN, BSN, CPN; Arkansas Child...
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University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
College of Nursing
Senior Research Posters
Hope Campus:
1. “Comparison of M...
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4. “Preventing Falls in the Hospital Setting;” Tanya Adams, Paige Butterfield, Lindsay
Carlisle, Lindsey Faulkner, Lisa...
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  1. 1. RESEARCH DAY 2009 Celebrating the Scholarship of Education, Evidence-Based Practice, and Research Date: Friday, April 24, 2009 Location: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, I. Dodd Wilson Education Building, Little Rock, AR Keynote: Nurse Delegation: A Program of Research Influencing Public Policy Heather M. Young, PhD, RN, GNP, F.A.A.N. Heather Young, Ph.D., R.N., G.N.P., F.A.A.N., Associate Vice Chancellor for Nursing at U of California Davis and Dean of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. Dr. Young is a nurse leader, educator and scientist and is a nationally-recognized expert in gerontological nursing and rural health care. Sponsored By: Arkansas Children’s Hospital Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center and College of Nursing UAMS Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence Gamma Xi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International
  2. 2. 2 Schedule-At-A-Glance TIME TOPIC LOCATION 7:30-8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast Sponsored by UAMS Medical Center Wilson Education Building 8:30-9:00 AM Welcome/Introductions Wilson Education Building 9:00-10:00 AM Keynote Address: Wilson Education Building 10:00-11:00 AM (CNE contact hours available for 30 minutes of this period) Break and Poster Session Sponsored by Arkansas Children’s Hospital Wilson Education Building 11:00 AM-11:30 AM 11:40 AM-12:10 PM 12:20 PM-12:50 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS I, II, III Wilson Education Building 12:50-2:00 PM CNE contact hours available for 30 minutes of this period) Lunch and Poster Session Wilson Education Building 2:00 PM-2:30 PM 2:40 PM-3:10 PM Breakout SessionIV, V Wilson Education Building 3:10-3:30 Submit Evaluations, Pick Up CE Certificates, Win Door Prizes! Wilson Education Building
  3. 3. 3 Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours All program planners and presenters have signed Conflict of Interest forms, indicating that they have no financial relationships with commercial entities which produce or disseminate pharmaceutical or other patient-care products or devices, that they will not discuss off-label use of such products or devices, and will not endorse products of these entities. Any support from commercial entities will be provided in the form of unrestricted educational grants which will not influence the educational program. If provided, such commercial support will be announced during the opening session, and published in the program book. By attending the entire program, nurses will earn 4.8 Continuing Nursing Education contact hours. In order to earn these hours, nurses must submit the completed evaluation form, which will be exchanged for a certificate of completion. Less contact hours may be earned by those who attend only part of the program. Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by Arkansas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
  4. 4. 4 Research Day 2009 Planning Committee Arkansas Children’s Hospital Angela Green, PhD, APN, Debra Jeffs, PhD, RN Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System Nursing Service Sandra Brown, MSN, RN-BC Kathleen Maddox, RN, BSN Sheila Sullivan, PhD, RN Charlotte Walker, MNSc, RN, CCRN Mary Watson, MSN, APRN-BC University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing Susan Ball, PhD(c), MNSc, RN Cathy Cole, PhD, RN Debbie Cooley Huff, BSN, RN Janice Dean, EdD(c), MSN, APN, FNP, PNP Carol Enderlin, MNSc, RN Julia Goodwin, PhD, RN Matthew Hadley, DNP, RN, PNP, FNP Melodee Harris, PhD(c), RN Robert Kennedy, PhD Leanne Lefler, PhD, RN Anita Mitchell, PhD, RN Fermin Renteria, MNSc, RN, PNP Ednarene Rodgers, Administrative Assistant II Cheryl Schmidt, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF Ralph Vogel, PhD, RN, PNP University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center Becca Austin, RN Cathy Brothers, RN Betty Casali, MSN, RN Candy Conners, MNSc, RN Leslie Darion, MNSc, RN Mary Helen Forrest, MNSc, RN Amy Hester, RNC Tammy Jones, PhD(c), RNC Pam LaBorde, MSN, RN Deb Oltmans, MNSc, RN
  5. 5. 5 Thank You to Our Sponsors! Arkansas Children’s Hospital Abstract Review; Poster Session Sponsor Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System Abstract Review; Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Provider; Printing of Program Books, CNE Evaluation Forms and Certificates; Donation of Door Prizes Sigma Theta Tau International—Gamma Xi Chapter Financial Support University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing Coordinate Abstract Review and Registration Processes; Analyze Evaluations; Donate Door Prizes University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center Abstract Review; Breakfast Sponsor; Donate Door Prizes
  6. 6. 6 Research Day 2009 Keynote Speaker Heather M. Young, Ph.D., R.N., G.N.P., F.A.A.N. The University of California Board of Regents approved the appointment of Heather Young, a nurse leader, educator and scientist from Portland, Ore., as Associate Vice Chancellor for Nursing at UC Davis. Dr. Young, a nationally recognized expert in gerontological nursing and rural health, will lead a new schoolof nursing at UC Davis, now under review by the University of California Board of Regents. Upon Regents’ approval of the Betty Irene Moore Schoolof Nursing, Dr. Young also will hold the title of dean at the school. Dr. Young currently is the Grace Phelps Distinguished Professor, director of Rural Health Research Development and director of the John A. Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence Research at the Oregon Health and Science University Schoolof Nursing. She is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. “The emphasis at UC Davis on reaching out to medically underserved communities, improving patient safety and collaborating across multiple disciplines is a great match for my own interests and priorities,” Dr. Young said. “UC Davis has embarked on a course to create a different kind of nursing school, one that goes beyond traditional boundaries, and I am thrilled to be a part of it.” Dr. Young is a UC Davis alumna, graduating in 1981 with her bachelor’s degree in dietetics. She later earned an associate’s degree in nursing from Sacramento City College, and a bachelor’s of science in nursing degree from Southern Oregon State College. Dr. Young then went to the University of Washington, where she received a master of science in nursing degree with a specialty in gerontology and a doctoratein nursing science.
  7. 7. 7 Research Day 2009 Schedule of Events Time Topic Location 7:30 AM-8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast Wilson Education Building Foyer outside Room 126 8:30 AM-9:00 AM Welcome/Introductions Room 126 9:00 AM-10:00 AM Keynote Address: “Nurse Delegation: A Program of ResearchInfluencing Public Policy;” Heather M. Young, PhD, RN, GNP, FAAN, Associate Vice Chancellor for Nursing, University of California—Davis. Room 126 10:00 AM-11:00 AM Break and Poster Session (30 minutes of CNE contact hours) Foyer, first and second floor hallways, and room 215 A/B 11:00 AM-12:50 PM Symposium: “Complications Living With, Through and Beyond a Diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma: 1. “Sleepin Older Patients with Multiple Myeloma;” Carol Enderlin, MNSc, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing (UAMS/CON); E. Ann Coleman, PhD, RNP, AOCN, (UAMS/CON); K. C. Richards, PhD, RN, FAAN, Polisher Research Institute and U. of Penn. School of Nursing; S. Coon, PhD, RN, AOCN, U. of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Nursing; R. L. Kennedy, PhD, UAMS/CON; C. B. Stewart, B.S., Grant Director, UAMS/CON; P. McNatt, LPN, Research Assistant, UAMS/CON; K. D. Lockhart, B.A., Research Assistant, UAMS/CON; E.J. Anaissie, M. D., UAMS College of Medicine B. Barlogie, M.D, PhD, UAMS College of Medicine (Symposium continued on next page) Room 126
  8. 8. 8 2. “Epoetin Alfa (EPO) and DeepVein Thrombosis in Multiple Myeloma;” E. Ann Coleman, PhD, RNP, AOCN; E. Ann Coleman, UAMS/CON; E.J. Anaissie, M. D., UAMS College of Medicine; R. L. Kennedy, PhD, UAMS/CON; K. D. Lockhart, B.A., UAMS/CON; C. B. Stewart, B.S., UAMS College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. 3. “Long-term Effects of Multiple Myeloma and Its Treatment;” Julia A. Goodwin, PhD, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. Room 126 11:00 AM-11:30 PM Breakout SessionI: 1. “Parents’ and Children’s Perceptions of Pain with Needle Sticks;” Amy Huett, RN, BSN; Angela Green, PhD, APN; Carol Wright, BSRN, MAHA; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 2. “Achieving Professional Excellence in Nursing: Assessing Readiness for Magnet Certification;” Lori Brown, MSN, RN; Angela Green, PhD, APN; Carol Wright, BSRN, MAHA, Debra Jeffs, PhD, RN; Barbara Johns, BSN, MA; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. Room 226 Room 205 A/B 11:40 AM-12:10 PM Breakout SessionII: 1. “Pain Assessment in Cognitively Impaired Children: A Randomized Trial of Two Methods of Pain Assessment;” Angela McJunkins, RN; Angela Green, PhD, APN; K.J.S. Anand, MD, MBBS, D.Phil; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 2. “Sensitivity and Specificity of a Non- verbal Pain Assessment Method for Predicting Elders with Osteoarthritis Knee or Hip Pain;” Pao-Feng Tsai, Room 226 Room 205 A/B
  9. 9. 9 PhD, RN, UAMS/CON; Cornelia Beck, PhD, RN, UAMS College of Medicine (UAMS/COM); Kevin Means, MD, UAMS/COM, Little Rock, AR. 12:20 PM-12:50 PM Breakout SessionIII: 1. “Give Me Some Sugar! The Diabetes Self-management Activities of African American Primary Caregiving Grandmothers;” Dana Carthron, PhD(c), RN; Tiny Johnson, BSN Student; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. 2. “We Know it Works; We Know You NeedIt; Now How Do You Get It? Developing and Managing an Outpatient Pediatric Clinic Synagis® Administration Program;” Lisa Spikes, RN, BSN, CPN; Amanda Chandler, RN, AND, CPN; Karalyn Kerby, RN, BSN, CPN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. Room 226 Room 205 A/B 12:50 PM-2:00 PM Lunch and Poster Session (30 minutes of CNE contact hours) Foyer, first and second floor hallways, and room 215 A/B 2:00 PM-2:30 PM Breakout SessionIV: 1. “Emergency Department-initiated Smoking Cessation;” Michael E. Anders, PhD, MPH, RRT; Claudia P. Barone, EdD, RN; Christine E. Sheffer, PhD; Talmage M. Holmes, PhD, MPH; Donald D. Simpson, PhD, MPH; Angela M. Duncan, MNSc, APN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. Room 126
  10. 10. 10 2. “National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) as a Quality Improvement Trigger;” Sandra Grinder, RN, MSN, CPHQ; Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, Little Rock/North Little Rock, AR. 3. “Parents’ Preferences for Communicating with Health Care Providers;” Angela Green, PhD, APN; Carol Maxwell, LCSW, ACSW; Carol Wright, BSRN, MAHA; Mary Scotter, MNSc, RN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. Room 226 Room 205 A/B 2:40 PM-310 PM Breakout SessionV: 1. “Concern About Post-smoking Cessation Weight Gain among Emergency Department Patients;” Claudia P. Barone, EdD, RN; Michael E. Anders, PhD, MPH, RRT; Christine E. Sheffer, PhD, Talmage M. Holmes, PhD, MPH; Donald D. Simpson, PhD, MPH; Angela M. Duncan, MNSc, APN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. 2. “Improving the Culture of Nursing Using Simulation Technology;” Carolyn Morrissey, BS, RN, CCRN, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff, AR 3. “The Effects of Slow-stroke Back Massage onthe Sleepof Persons with Dementia in the Nursing Home;” Melodee Harris, PhD(c), APN, CNP-BC; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR.; Kathy Richards, PhD, RN; Director, Polisher Research Institute, Abramson Center for Jewish Life, North Wales, PA. Room 126 Room 226 Room 205 A/B 3:10 PM-3:30 PM Submit Evaluations, Pick Up CNE Certificates; Win Door Prizes! Foyer outside of Room 126 and 126
  11. 11. 11 Research Day 2009 Poster Presentations 1. “ACLS for the Experienced Provider: Program Implementation Process at UAMS;” Jennifer Shuler, BSN, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 2. “A Lecture About DisasterPreparedness: Does It Really Work?” Cheryl K. Schmidt, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR.; Laura Chapman, BSN Honors Student, University of Alabama at Huntsville, Huntsville, AL. 3. “A Stepwise Method for Insertion of an Enteric Feeding Tube;” Gary Young, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 4. “Changes in Practice: Implementing a Streamlined STEMI Activation System;” Celeste Bryson, RN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS, MBA, APN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 5. “Consistency of Feeding Practices in the NICU: Implementing an Oral Feeding Clinical Pathway;” Luann Jones, DNP(c), NNP-BC; University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN; Kathy Scroggins, OTR/L; Angela Green, PhD, NNP-BC; Bobby Bellflower, DNSc, NNP-BC; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center and Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 6. “Developing Resources for Uninsured Adults with Diabetes;” Leonie DeClerk, DNP, APN, FNP-BC; Christina Anderson, MNSc, APN, FNP-BC; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. 7. “Development of the Rapid Response Team at UAMS;” Kelly Urban, BSN, RN, CCRN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 8. “Effective Ways to Increase Staff Nurse Participation in Continuing Education Programs;” Sandra R. Brown, MSN, RN-BC; Perla Gross, MSN, RN; Rose Johnson, MSN, RN-BC; Brenda Roy, M.Ed, RN-BC; Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, Little Rock/North Little Rock, AR. 9. “Effectiveness of a Simulation-based Educational Program on Nurses’ Ability to Support Parents Present During Resuscitation;” Janie Kane, MS, RN, PCNS-BC; Sherry Pye, MSN, RN; Amber Jones, RN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 10. “Effectiveness of a Simulation-Based Educational Program on Nurses’ Resuscitation Skills and Level of Comfort;” Janie Kane, MS, RN, PCNS-BC; Sherry Pye, MSN, RN; Amber Jones, RN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR.
  12. 12. 12 11. “Effects of Empowerment Training on Nursing Compliance with Established Oral Nutrition Guidelines;” Cathy A. Pelletier, PhD, MS, CCC/SLP, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. MD; Amy Hester, RNC, BSN, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 12. “Exploring Certified Nursing Assistants’ Reasons for Remaining in Long-Term Care: A Pilot Study; Judy LaBonte, MSN, APRN, FNP, BC; Jean McSweeney, PhD, RN, FAAN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. 13. “Family Support of the Adolescent Sex Offender: The Parent’s View;” Sara Rowe, BSN, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing, Little Rock, AR. 14. “Influenza Vaccinations for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease;” Rosemary Spring, RN, BSN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 15. “In Search of Positive Outcomes for Patients Diagnosed with Cardiac Amyloidosis;” Celeste Bryson, RN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS, MBA, APN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 16. “Nursing’s Role in Patient Assessment: Results of a Survey;” Shelia C. Sullivan, PhD, RN; Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, Little Rock/North Little Rock, AR. 17. “Nicotine, Caffeine, Alcohol, Illicit Drug and Prescription Stimulant Use and Misuse Among College Students;” Emma “Beth” Scotter, RN, BSN, CPN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 18. “Preventing the Spread of Multi-Drug Resistant Acinetobacter Infections;” Miriam Richard, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 19. “Prevention and Early Intervention in Violence at Work;” Linda O’Dell, RN, MSN, DNP(c); Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, Little Rock/North Little Rock, AR. 20. “Promoting the Safety of Orthopedic Patients Through Education;” Christina Davis, RN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 21. “Speak Up! Your Child’s Safety is Everyone’s Concern;” Tyra Mogenson, RN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR.
  13. 13. 13 22. “Standardized Bronchiolitis Education;” Joanne Kaye, RN, AD, CPN; Emma “Beth” Scotter, RN, BSN, CPN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 23. “Suicide Assessment: A Policy Revision;” Diane Boyd, BSN, RN, RC, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff, AR. 24. “The Immunization Fair: A Self-Guided Educational Activity;” Karalyn Kerby, RN, BSN, CPN; Lisa Spikes, RN, BSN, CPN; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR. 25. “Use of Lidocaine to Reduce the Amount of Pain and Anxiety Associated with Intravenous Catheter Insertion;” Krystle Garrett, RN, BSN; Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, Little Rock/North Little Rock, AR. 26. “Utilizing a RegisteredNurse Resource Role to Improve Skin Care Outcomes in an Adult Medical Oncology Patient Population;” Katherine Metz, RN, BC; Donna Elrod, RN, MSN, AOCN; Heather Alverson, RN, BSN, OCN; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock, AR. 27. “’Wash Your Paws’” Handwashing Campaign;” Jessica Parent, RN, AD, CPN; Linda Allred, RN, AD, CPN; Heather Carney, RN, BSN, CPN; Beth Scotter, RN, BSN, CPN; Jennifer Gernat, RN, BSN; Joanne Kaye, RN, AD, CPN; Stephanie Benning, Patient Care Partner; Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR.
  14. 14. 14 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing Senior Research Posters Hope Campus: 1. “Comparison of Massage andReflexology in Pain Control in Cancer Patients;” Krystal Barham, Jessica Reyenga, & Chris Smith 2. “Education vs. Medication: Breastfeeding Promotion in New Mothers;” Nicole Guarisco, Elizabeth Ridgell, & Johnna Rodgers 3. “Hand Hygiene;” Dana Gibson, Shanna Smith, & Cissy Ward 4. “The Effect of Breastfeeding: Is It Really Beneficial and What Can Nurses Do to Help?” Leah Davie, Cassie Schroer, & Ashley Wilson 5. “The Effect of Head of BedElevation: Does it Really Decrease the Incidence of Ventilator Acquired Pneumonia?” Kiery Glover, La Don Pearson, & Amanda Stuart 6. “The Effect of Sequential Compression Device Compliance on Comfort;” Tiffany Bush, LaToya Harris, & Sarah Wilkerson 7. “The Effects of Oral Care on Ventilator Associated Pneumonia;” Mandy Blankenship, Crystal McKinnon, & Patricia Sullivan Little Rock Campus: 1. “Catheter-related Bloodstream Infections in Neonatal Intensive Care Units;” Jennifer Emerson, Tess Hinkle, Stewart Irving, Shankar Kathiresan, Ruth Lynch, Brooke Steimel, Grace Swaty, & Libby Williams 2. “Kangaroo Care for Premature Infants in NICU: A Simple Theory with Amazing Results;” Matthew Bolding, Andrea Butler, Gina Cliburn, Amber EdensJennifer Hernandez, Tiny Johnson, Linda Knowlton, Sumar Morrison, Kikanwa Osih, & Brandi Snowden 3. “Non-Pharmacological Intervention to Reduce Procedural Pain in Neonates;” Jennifer Bonner Chapman, Kristi Bowden, Erin Bowman, Amber Cleveland, Brittney Craft, Serenia Edwards, Megan Jacks, Ashlee Johnson, Lindsay Smyly, & Nicole Tidwell
  15. 15. 15 4. “Preventing Falls in the Hospital Setting;” Tanya Adams, Paige Butterfield, Lindsay Carlisle, Lindsey Faulkner, Lisa Flores, Lindy Johnston, Bridgett Moran, Jamie Mueller, Judy Richard, & Tosha Siler 5. “Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease inWomen;” Daniela Davis, Mary Shannon Dorman, Shanda Escobedo, Heather Gay, Blair Hanson, Lorra Metcalf, Kimberly Pistole, Kimberly Street, & Dawn Zmudzinski 6. “Prevention of Pressure Ulcers;” Tasha Bottoms, Charla Eads, Holli Kordsmeier, Morgan McDonald, Katie Sharp, Lauren Simpson, & Audrey Smith 7. “Risk Factors Linked to HIV-Related Dementia;” Phil Berry, Ben Bowen, Joe Fendley, Brittany Lewis, Candace Mayle, Melissa Purdy, Summer Shelton, & Juliet Zomaya 8. “SleepDisruption in the Inpatient Setting;” Nici Belknap, Regina Cortellacci, Kyle Cotton, Kim Gates, Manuel Heredia, Kaylin Mahoney, Hetal Patel, Julie Viala Sharp, Jessica Hogg Sturtz, & Lauren Wegener 9. “The Use of Olfactory Function to Detect Early Markers of Alzheimer’s Disease;” Annalee Ayer, Alyssa Buie, Kelley Crowder, Jeff Fehlman, Jeff Kirby, Aleana Morgan, Lesa Slaughter, & Sandy Stokes RN/BSN Students: 1. “Little Smokers: Environmental Tobacco Smoke;” Shavone Barosvskis, RN 2. “Shh! I’m Healing: Noise in the ICU;” Whitney King, RN

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