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The Conway Chair Conversation: Is it Possible to Protect the Sleep of Hospitalized Children?


Join the Conway Chair scholars and panelists as they discuss the topic of protecting the sleep of hospitalized children.

  • Nathan Dean, M.D.: Can We Protect Sleep in the PICU? 
  • Pamela S. Hinds, RN, Ph.D., FAAN: Can We Protect Sleep in the BMT unit? 
  • Val Rogers: Can We Tell if We Have Protected Patients’ Sleep? 
  • Jurran Wilson: Can We Tell From Documentation if We Have Protected Patients’ Sleep? 
  • Daniel Lewin, Ph.D.: Does it Matter if Sleep for Children and Adolescents is Protected? Do Hospital Schedules Allow Us to Do This?

About the Expert

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Pamela S. Hinds, RN, Ph.D., FAAN The William and Joanne Conway Chair in Nursing Research
Executive Director, Nursing Science, Professional Practice and Quality Outcomes
Pediatrics Professor, George Washington University

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