Annual Nursing Research and Quality Day

2015 Research day

Beth Harkness, RN, BSN, CPN Clinical Supervisor, Pulmonary Outpatient Services Coordinator, Cystic Fibrosis Program and Cystic Fibrosis Research offering her Tedi-Talk presentation about a Genetic and Genomic Nursing study conducted at Children’s National.

The Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes department held its’ 2nd Annual Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes Day on April 24, during the Research and Education Week hosted annually by the Children’s Research Institute. The event brought together experts representing multiple disciplines, to share the advances, innovations, and methods used to improve patient and family care. The day-long event was held at Children’s National in Washington DC. Barbara Frink, PhD, RN, FAAN, Vice President and Chief Nursing Information Officer for MedStar Health gave the keynote address and Nancy Crego, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing Duke University presented her study that explored RN sedation practices in Radiology. One of the highlights of the day included an interactive poster café featuring many of the scholarly nursing projects.View the day's agenda

This year we showcased and learned about translational, clinical research, cutting edge quality improvement projects and informatics. We are pleased to inform you that if you missed the general sessions, you can now view them! NRQO has four session recordings available on the Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes site. View photos of the 2015 Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes day

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