Annual Nursing Research and Quality Day

Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes Day 2016

The Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes department held its 3rd Annual Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes on April 19. This year's theme: Transformation Through Innovation.

View the day's agenda for 2016
Meet the Speakers

We are excited to share we set a new record that featured 87 RN’s and APRN’s poster presentations among the 333 poster presentations included in Research and Education week.  Participants could earn and claim 8.5 continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours or 4 Continuing Medical Education Credits for attending one or more of the presentations offered.  

We appreciate your participation and contribution to the program this year as an active participant, poster presenter, speaker,expert panelist, planning committee member or administrative volunteer.  We’d like to share the overall program evaluations rated us at 90% very good to excellent for achieving personal learning goals. 

“ I met and connected with nurses who shared similar interests to mine” 

“ I loved the poster presentations and found a poster presenter I can collaborate with in the future”

“I want to tell nurses at my hospital about the napping study and excited to learn about ANA’s Fighting Fatigue recommendations to promote safety with nursing at my hospital”

Check out the photo album for the day.

Nurses question, discover, innovate and heal as they engage in lifelong learning and transform care.  Thank you for contributing to the day set aside to highlight nursing scholarship and for participating in Research and Education week 2016.  Because of your contribution and the contributions of our esteemed colleagues we can look forward to April 28th 2017 to convene the next Annual Nursing Research & Quality Outcomes program!  Mark your calendars now!  Thank you!

Overview of the 2016 Research Day

Keynote and General Session Recordings

Keynote and General Session Recordings

Keynote Lecture Speaker: Ann O'Mara, PhD, RN, FAAN, Program Director, National Cancer Institute

"The Art and Science of Cancer Symptom Management: Harnessing the Passions, Directing the Convictions" Listen to session

Quality Lecture Speaker: Brenda Helen Sheingold, PhD, RN, FNAP, GW School of Nursing

"Aspire, Learn, Think, Adapt, Thrive: The Power of Interprofessional Research in Modern Healthcare" Listen to session

Research Lecture: Barbara Snapp, DNP, NNP-BC, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Children’s National Health System, Washington, DC 

"Late Preterm Infants - There Is Simply No Comparison" Listen to session

Translational Research Lecture - Panel Discussion: Jaime Dawson, MPH, Healthy Nurse, Healthy National Grand Challenge, Department of Nursing Practice and Work Environment, American Nurses Association, Washington, DC; Beverly Young, Director of Perioperative Services; Denise Cooper, HR Representative; and Pamela Hinds, RN, PhD, FAAN, on behalf of Jeanne Geiger-Brown, PhD, RN, FAAN

Addressing Nurse Fatigue to Promote Safety and Health: Making the Connection, Translating Research into Practice”  Listen to session

Healthcare Policy and Closing Lecture: Ellen-Marie Whelan, NP, PhD, Chief Population Health Officer, Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services, Senior Advisor, Center for medicare & Medicaid Innovation

“Delivering System Reform: Research Informing Policy”  Listen to session

"You be the Judge - Responsible Conduct of Research Goes to CourtListen to session

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Research and Education Week 2016

Research week agenda 2016

View the week's schedule of activities and events, including poster session dates, lectures and awards ceremony.

Download the week's schedule