The Robert Scott and Judith Mann Scholarship applications have been posted under the Awards and Scholarships Tab. Please submit your applications by March 21, 2016.
Are you thinking about joining the NCADN Council? Membership DOES have it’s privileges you know! Membership Levels & Benefits The NCADN offers both active and affiliate-level memberships for health education professionals like you. With your membership you get access to annual training offered during the NCADN Spring Conference, professional development opportunities, financial support for Board …View full post
It’s time to register for the 2016 NCADN conference.
Registration forms are now posted on the NCADN Council Website at www.ncadn.org under the 2016 NCADN Conference Information tab.
Early registration ends March 21, 2016.
The winners of the drawing for free conference registration for next year’s ADN Council Conference are:
Martha Wyrick (Forsyth CC)
Lisa Tardo Greene (Cabbarus College HS)
Greensboro AHEC is working with members of the Cone Health Nursing Research Council to jointly provide the upcoming 4th Annual Nursing Research Symposium. It will take place on Friday, November 13, 2015 at the Marriott Downtown Greensboro. The symposium planning committee would like to extend an invitation to all interested NC nursing faculty to submit abstracts for podium/poster presentations and/or to consider attending the conference as a registered participant. The deadline to submit abstracts is June 16, 2015. Here is the site to submit abstracts: http://www.conehealth.com/nursing-call-for-abstracts
Online registration will be opening soon at www.gahec.org.
4th Annual Cone Health
Driving Nursing Research and Advancing Nursing Science: Research Implications for the Future
Friday, November 13, 2015
Greensboro Marriott Downtown
As healthcare reform continues to evolve in our country, now more than ever, nursing needs to clearly articulate its impacts on quality patient care and outcomes. As nursing engages in these important conversations and discussions on healthcare policy, it is imperative that nursing’s skill set includes a solid foundation for transitioning evidence based practice and research into clinical practice.
We are fortunate this year to have as our keynote speaker Barbara Drew, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAHA. Dr. Drew is a Professor of Critical Care Nursing and Clinical Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at the University of California, San Francisco. As the leading expert on alarm fatigue, her research could not be more timely with The Joint Commission approving the National Patient Safety Goal on clinical alarm safety. Dr. Drew offers tangible examples of how to weave evidence based practice and research into meaningful clinical practice at the bedside.
We are also honored to have William “Bill” Duffy, RN, MJ, CNOR, FAAN as our closing speaker. Bill Duffy is a past Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses President and is currently the Regional Chief Nursing Officer of Lakeshore Region Presence Healthcare in Chicago, Illinois. With his rich nursing background combined with a Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Health Law, he will share how nursing needs to evolve to shape public policy. He will challenge us as nurses to think differently about how we bring innovation into practice as we continue to deliver high quality patient care in this ever changing landscape of healthcare.
We are also excited to have two general session presentations at this year’s symposium. Prashant Mittal M.S., M.Sc., Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy & Director, Data Analytics Lab, University of New Hampshire, will delve into how to develop and drive quality and safety initiatives by harnessing the power of big data from within the electronic health record. In another general session Debra J. Barksdale, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, ANP-BC, CNE, FAANP, FAAN,Professor and Director of the DNP program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will address the critical role of advanced practice nursing as it relates to evidence based practice and research. Other concurrent sessions will highlight the power of the bedside nurse in driving nursing practice for the future.
Online registration will be open soon at www.gahec.org.
For more information on how to submit an abstract for a poster or podium presentation, please visit:http://www.conehealth.com/nursing-call-for-abstracts.
Please check out our Awards and Scholarship Info page for applications that are now available for the Robert Scott and Judith Mann Awards/Scholarships. Please spread the word about this free money!
Nurse Educator of the year is selected yearly and is announced at the NCADN Conference. Application is available below. Benita Beard is now the new chairperson of this committee. You can contact her if needed at email@example.com or by phone at 828-327-7000 ext. 4336.
We are looking for NCADN Council Members interested in volunteering to present topics of their choice during the breakout sessions of the 2015 NCADN conference. The conference dates are April 16-17, 2015. Members who present during these breakout sessions will have their conference registration fee waived. Please email Kelly Hicks, President-Elect at firstname.lastname@example.org with filled out form below.
Amanda Moose, MSN, RN
Computer Chairperson of the NCADN Computer Technology Committee