2021: Posters

2021 QSEN International Forum

January 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021


Posters

Poster#Presentation TitleFirst User ListedTrack Name
1A nurse-led interdisciplinary approach to reducing variations in care to provide safe newborn feeding.Jennifer PetermanAll of the above
2A QI Pilot to Increase Annual Wellness Visit Rates in a Rural PracticeAshley Austin JohnsonQuality Improvement
3A Systems Perspective for Integrating a Community-Based, Family Centered Nutrition and Exercise Program into a Preexisting Physical Extracurricular Activity at the Capital Area YMCAChayna Hardy-TaylorQuality Improvement
4Academic Partnerships Utilizing Mind, Brain, and Education Science to Reduce Cognitive Overload and Improve Student Learning OutcomesKristen BettsAll of the above
5Academic-Practice Partnerships for Disaster Shelter Management using Systems Thinking for QSEN Competency AdoptionAnn StalterTeamwork and Collaboration
6Academic-Practice Partnerships Impact a Transition to Practice ProgramJamie LingschAll of the above
7Academic-Practice Partnerships: Improving Medication Reconciliation at Hospital Discharge with Multi-Professional Care TeamCynthia BorumQuality Improvement
8ACT Now: Managing Escalating Patient and Visitor BehaviorsAmanda MelchioreSafety
9Ambassadors of learning: A unique teaching strategy to strengthen informatics competencies for transitioning new-to-practice nursesElizabeth MalaneInformatics
10An Academic Practice Partnership: New Strategies for Nursing EducationBethany RobertsonAll of the above
11An Academic-Practice Partnership: Successful Collaboration to Develop the Practice Partnership Clinical Education ModelRayna LetourneauAll of the above
12AN EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT APPROACH TO SOLICITING STUDENT FEEDBACK AND IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING AND SATISFACTIONHannoud almoghrabiQuality Improvement
13An Evidence-Based Approach to Role Clarification During Emergent Cesarean Sections Improved Teamwork, Collaboration, and SafetyLeticia PendletonAll of the above
14An Innovation in Curricular Design to Enhance Quality and SafetyDebbie BomgaarsAll of the above
15An Innovation In Ostomy CareCynthia ApeltQuality Improvement
16An innovative model of academic and practice partnerships to foster faculty developmentGwyn VernonEvidence Based Practice
17An integrated mental health/acute care clinical rotation through an academic-practice partnershipLisa Reyes-WalshPatient Centered Care
18An Interprofessional Mock Code Care Transition-Parkinson’s Disease Missed/Omitted/Delayed (MOD) Medication Simulation Case Study.Lydia KimTeamwork and Collaboration
19Applying patient safety and quality improvement concepts to systems-based learning: Teaching strategies for the classroom, online, and clinical setting.Stephanie TippinQuality Improvement
20Are Student Nurses Being Taught Safe Practices for Adult Intravenous Push (IVP) Medication Administration? Our Survey Says No for Arizona…Candy CrossSafety
21Baccalaureate Clinical Learning Experiences at a Federally Qualified Health Center Aimed at Improving Senior Population Disaster PreparednessYvonne DavilaAll of the above
22Best Practices Checklist for Preventing Infusion ErrorsCatherine StubinSafety
23Blood Lead Testing Guideline Development for a Public Health DepartmentBecky Johnson HimesEvidence Based Practice
24Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Practice: An Interprofessional Approach to Enhancing Gender-Specific Care in VeteransErin BrownQuality Improvement
25BSN post-graduation mentorshipAriel WrightTeamwork and Collaboration
26Building Interprofessional Teamwork through Collaborative Education in AcademiaJanice FarberTeamwork and Collaboration
27Champions of Teaching Excellence: A Teaching Effectiveness InitiativeLanette StuckeyAll of the above
28Corporate-Academic-Community Partnerships to Improve Healthcare Quality for Underserved PopulationsDenise BockwoldtQuality Improvement
29Creating a Seamless Transition into Behavioral Health Practice Settings: An Academic-Clinical PartnershipElizabeth DavisQuality Improvement
30Creating a Sustainable & Meaningful Initial Nursing Competency ProgramMelanie RainfordAll of the above
31Cultivating an Interprofessional Poverty Simulation ExperienceTerry DelpierPatient Centered Care
32Cultivating an Interprofessional Poverty Simulation Experience: Preliminary FindingsTerry DelpierPatient Centered Care
33Cultivating Evidence-Based Practice Inquiry with Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Competencies and a Longitudinal Scoping Review Collaborative ProjectPamela AdamshickEvidence Based Practice
34Development of the Hurwitz Fall Risk Assessment Instrument: Content Validation of an ED Specific Assessment ToolBeth HurwitzAll of the above
35Driving Timely Titrations: Implementing a Nurse-Driven Heparin ProtocolAmanda MelchioreSafety
36Emotional Intelligence and Nurse Job SatisfactionBrenda RojasAll of the above
37Enhancing Recruitment and Retention in Undergraduate Veterans Administration Nursing Academic Partnership ProgramsShannon LaytonQuality Improvement
38Enhancing the preparation of DNP students through evolution of collaborative academic practice partnershipsCorrine AbrahamAll of the above
39Escaping the Traditional Instructional Methods: To Teach QSEN Competencies in Undergraduate EducationSusan Farus-BrownPatient Centered Care
40Escaping Traditional Teaching Methods: Utilizing QSEN Competencies in Undergraduate Nursing EducationSusan Farus-BrownTeamwork and Collaboration
41Evaluating the RN-BSN Student Experience with Effective Scholarly WritingElizabeth RileyQuality Improvement
42Evaluation of clinical decision making in BSN students after applying active versus passive learning pedagogies in patients with physiologic and psychological diagnoses.Deborah Finn-RomeroTeamwork and Collaboration
43Evidence Based Practice as a Learning CampaignMichelle ScortzaruEvidence Based Practice
44Evidence-Based Competencies: How Well Are We Doing?Carol BoswellEvidence Based Practice
45EXPERIENCES OF EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS ON TEACHING STRATEGIES IN ACCELERATED NURSING PROGRAMSLanette StuckeyAll of the above
46Facilitating Evidence-based Practice in Nursing Leaders and ManagersTressa WatsonEvidence Based Practice
47Facilitation of Primary Care Teams Through the Quality Improvement Process to Improve Management of Patients With HypertensionAnton VehovecQuality Improvement
48Fall Prevention and Injury Reduction Utilizing Video Monitoring in Hospitalized PatientsBeth Hogan QuigleyQuality Improvement
49From “Eat Your Young” to “Grow Your Own:” Civility Literature Review and Concept Map for Nursing SimulationChristopher KahleSafety
50From Classroom to Bedside: How a QSEN Informed Course Informs PracticeDana KemeryAll of the above
51“Healing at Home: Applying Innovation Principles to Redesign Postpartum Care”Laura ScaliseAll of the above
52Home Health Factors Protecting Against 30-day Hospital ReadmissionIrene ColeQuality Improvement
53Human Centered Design Project:
Addressing the Advanced Practice Providers Clinical Placement Challenge– Phase 1
Judith PechacekAll of the above
54Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Practice Committee to Promote Evidence-Based Practice and TeamworkEileen GallagherTeamwork and Collaboration
55Implementation of Sharp and Supply Count in a Procedural AreaAriel WrightAll of the above
56Implementation of the QSEN Clinical Evaluation Tool in a Baccalaureate Pre-licensure ProgramNancy PetgesAll of the above
57Improving Goals of Care Conversations (GoCCs) in High-Risk Heart Failure PatientsYichun Michelle FangQuality Improvement
58Improving Teamwork and Collaboration Through Addressing Bullying and IncivilitySheila FerrallTeamwork and Collaboration
59Improving the Nursing Care of Inpatients with Diabetes: Addressing the Knowledge and Practice GapsSara CohenQuality Improvement
60Incorporating Digital Literacy into a Graduate Quality Improvement CourseJennifer AldermanTeamwork and Collaboration
61Incorporating Quality into Practice: Nurse Driven Protocol to Reduce Unnecessary Telemetry UseRichard ClappQuality Improvement
62Innovative Approaches to Ensure Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Medication Calculation ProficiencyAmanda KratovilSafety
63Innovative Teaching Strategies to Support RN to BSN Student Engagement with QSEN CompetenciesDenise Nash-LuckenbachPatient Centered Care
64Integrating quality and safety measures into baccalaureate nursing educationAmelia JosephAll of the above
65Interdisciplinary teamwork within an innovative, pilot housing model to improve veteran safetyAnna OhTeamwork and Collaboration
66Inter-professional Education Opportunities for Baccalaureate Nursing StudentsLori MetzgerQuality Improvement
67Just Culture is Beneficial for Safer Healthcare Delivery Following A Multi Patient Interprofessional Collaborative Practice SimulationRonda ChristmanSafety
68Leveraging QSEN competencies to develop academic practice partnerships between Students and Nursing LeadershipLaura ScaliseAll of the above
69Managing safety event analysis using Healthcare Performance Improvement taxonomy within an incident reporting systemKaren ChandlerQuality Improvement
70Measuring the Impact of Immersive Patient Safety Education for Nursing and Medical StudentsGwen SherwoodAll of the above
71Minimizing Patient Safety Risk in China Through a Student Nurse Centralized Clinical Skills Trainingyun DuSafety
72Mission Impossible: Escaping the Online ClassroomMallory BrunelAll of the above
73Mitigating Breast Pump Initiation Delays to Protect Vulnerable Premature InfantsLeticia PendletonAll of the above
74Moderate Sedation Education for Nurses in Interventional Radiology to Promote Patient Safety: Results of a National SurveyJennifer WerthmanSafety
75Moving Forward Together with Theta Chapter, Chi Eta Phi- A Teamwork/Collaboration ProjectYolanda NelsonQuality Improvement
76Nurse Leader Rounding and its Role in a High Reliability OrganizationChristine SaviniQuality Improvement
77Nursing Clinical and Quality Indicators Dashboard Implementation to Improve Clinical Outcomes and Evidence Based Practice: A How-To and Things to ConsiderJennifer WerthmanQuality Improvement
78Open Online Resources for Teaching Dosage Calculations with UnderstandingDaniel OzimekSafety
79Parental Educational Tools in the Neonatal Intensive Care UnitTedra SmithPatient Centered Care
80Perioperative Clinical Experiences: Effective Ways to Apply All Six QSEN CompetenciesLaura GoliatAll of the above
81Promoting a Culture of Inquiry Among Pediatric Nurses through an Academic – Practice PartnershipClare KranzTeamwork and Collaboration
82Promoting Intraoperative Safety: Smoke Out in SurgeryTammie CalabreseSafety
83QSEN Competency Integration in an Academic-Practice Partnership to Prepare Medical-Surgical NursesOlga TurnerAll of the above
84Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Clinical Assessment Tool to Evaluate the Students’ Knowledge of each CompetencyBettyanne MataseAll of the above
85Quality and Safety in Associate Degree Nursing Education: Integration and Innovation Utilizing SimulationJoetta ChandleeSafety
86Quality and Safety Initiative: Place of Distribution (POD) Through Academic Practice PartnershipLanette StuckeyAll of the above
87Reducing Antibiotic Use for Acute Bronchitis in the Outpatient Setting: Strategies for ImprovementMorgan Clouse JohnsonQuality Improvement
88Relieving the Pressure: Building an Oncology Nurse Wound Management ProgramTheresa GormanAll of the above
89Removing Leadership Barriers to Evidence-Based Practice Through Improvement of Knowledge, Skills, and Self-EfficacyBarb TassellEvidence Based Practice
90Revising Education to Enhance Role Transition for all Nurses New to Critical CareDiane AngelosQuality Improvement
91Revision of a Nursing Program Clinical Evaluation Tool to Incorporate the QSEN Competencies and Baccalaureate EssentialsElizabeth RileyAll of the above
92Revisioning Fundamental’s Clinical to Increase the Value and Respect for Patient-Centered Care and Safety among First-Semester BSN StudentsJaime Huffman RNPatient Centered Care
93Rounding with Purpose: An Enhanced RRT ProgramAngel McCulloughQuality Improvement
94Second Victim Phenomenon Mitigation Educational Program EvaluationDianna CopleySafety
95Shaking it up: Creating a Dynamic Critical Care InternshipMarlene PorterEvidence Based Practice
96Standardizing the Bone Marrow Transplant Patient Discharge ProcessTedra SmithPatient Centered Care
97Stop the Bleed/Population Health Clinical AssignmentKatheryn CourvilleEvidence Based Practice
98Strengthening the Foundation: Infusing Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Competencies into the Community Health Clinical RotationKathleen PecinkaAll of the above
99Students’ Perception of Using Simulated Barcode Medication Administration within a Pre-licensure Nursing ProgramJennifer LedlowSafety
100Sustaining Healthy Nurse Work Environment: An Innovative Approach for Team Building and CollaborationSusan CholewkaTeamwork and Collaboration
101Take 5 for Safety: Daily Interprofessional Safety ReviewsKathryn FarrellSafety
102Teamwork and Collaboration: Rapid Response RNMichelle SlaterTeamwork and Collaboration
103The application of an evidence-based practice framework in the collaborative development of quality improvement initiativesBetty NapoleonEvidence Based Practice
104The Curricular Integration of Teamwork Training into a Baccalaureate Nursing ProgramJennifer RossTeamwork and Collaboration
105The Effectiveness of an Educational Program for Improving Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Math and Medication Calculation Proficiency Assessment ScoresAmanda KratovilSafety
106The Evolution of a QSEN Institute Regional Center with Academic Practice Partnerships to Improve Health OutcomesTeri ChenotAll of the above
107The implementation of an innovative approach to pressure injury prevention in a medical intensive care unit and how this approach affects nursing outlook towards pressure injury prevention.Elizabeth WoodsQuality Improvement
108The Response Readiness Tool: An instrument to measure knowledge, skills, and attitudes after taking a Stop the Bleed classKatheryn CourvilleAll of the above
109The Role of The Nurse Preceptors in Preserving Patient Safety in Saudi ArabiaHanan AlfahdSafety
110The Win-Win Evidence Based Practice: An Academic-Practice Partnership in NursingStephanie UngerEvidence Based Practice
111Think Tank-Building strategies for out of hospital clinical agency partnerships to broaden student learning, patient continuity of care, job role exposure, and implementing QSEN competencies.Randi FlexnerAll of the above
112Thinking outside the “Nursing” box: Creating academic partnerships with Occupational Therapy StudentsDavid JamesTeamwork and Collaboration
113Transitioning Newly Licensed Nurses into Practice Through a Pathway ProgramUA Little Rock Department FletcherTeamwork and Collaboration
114Transitioning Students from a Clinical Assistant to Nurse Resident Using the QSEN ModelWendella Rose-FaceyAll of the above
115Translating Nurse Competencies for a Global AudienceSusan BoyerAll of the above
116Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Experience of Learning QSEN Competencies: Implications for Teaching and Interprofessional StudentsRebecca MitchellAll of the above
117Use of Electronic Health Record – Smart Pump Interoperability to Reduce Errors in the Emergency Center SettingChristina SilkaInformatics
118Use of QSEN competencies in developing a health career ladder curriculum for high school studentsRuth TrudgeonAll of the above
119Using Games to Reinforce QSEN EBP Knowledge and SkillsKerry MilnerEvidence Based Practice
120Using Gamification to Integrate Quality and Safety Education in Nursing Competencies in the Clinical SettingGenevieve ElrodTeamwork and Collaboration
121Using Self-Reflection, Literature and Curiosity-Based Learning to Teach QSEN CompetenciesJane Greene RyanPatient Centered Care
122Using the QSEN competencies to Implement Evidence-based Practice and Improve Teamwork: A Case StudyRebecca MitchellTeamwork and Collaboration
123Using Virtual Reality Photography to Teach the QSEN Safety Competency to Undergraduate Nursing StudentsRachel DerrSafety
124Utilizing movie watching to enhance student’s psychiatric nursing clinical knowledge, skills, and attitudes.Randi FlexnerAll of the above
125Utilizing technology to partner with patients to improve outcomes in post-partum careElizabeth PyleEvidence Based Practice
126Validating Evidence-based Practice Through Gamification as a Teaching StrategyShannon LaytonEvidence Based Practice
127Veteran Identity and Core Values on Veteran Health PerceptionsLisa BrannackPatient Centered Care
128Working towards Zero CLABSI’s! Strategy for continued successJOY WEAVERQuality Improvement
129Working with Refugee Populations in Athens, Greece, Students Perspectives: A Phenomenological Research StudyJessica VarghesePatient Centered Care

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