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Conway Chair Conversations

Nursing
Main Hospital - 5th Floor Research

Add to Calendar 15 The Conway Conversations are designed to engage us in lively discussions and demonstrations about developing scientific ideas. Date:   (meets monthly) Time: 11:30-1:00 p.m.Contact: Eileen P. Engh, MSN, NE-BC, RN, CPN  eengh@childrensnational.orgDescription: The Conway Conversations are designed to engage us in lively discussions and demonstrations about developing scientific ideas, i.e., how this is done, issues that confront idea development, choices made about design and methods. This series of research discussions focus on the evolution of ideas. Attendees respond to the ideas and influence their development. Additionally one social or political force that influences science is discussed.Pre-work: Self DirectedTarget Audience: Research Nurses, New and Experienced Investigators, Physicians, Clinical Nurses, Pharm D’s, and Allied Health ProfessionalsView the latest Conway Chair Conversation and past discussions! Main Hospital - 5th Floor Research DD/MM/YYYY

Date:   (meets monthly)

Time: 11:30-1:00 p.m.

Contact: Eileen P. Engh, MSN, NE-BC, RN, CPN  eengh@childrensnational.org

Description: The Conway Conversations are designed to engage us in lively discussions and demonstrations about developing scientific ideas, i.e., how this is done, issues that confront idea development, choices made about design and methods. This series of research discussions focus on the evolution of ideas. Attendees respond to the ideas and influence their development. Additionally one social or political force that influences science is discussed.

Pre-work: Self Directed

Target Audience: Research Nurses, New and Experienced Investigators, Physicians, Clinical Nurses, Pharm D’s, and Allied Health Professionals

View the latest Conway Chair Conversation and past discussions!