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									                                                  Twenty-Fifth Annual
                                                 International Nursing
                                                Computer and Technology
College of Nursing                                   Thursday ~ Sunday
Center for Professional Development
                                                      June 14 ~ 17, 2007
Thursday and Friday June 14 & 15 2007              Come Celebrate Our
      Informatics Nurse Certification Review
      6/14/07      8:30 am - 5:00 pm               25th Anniversary !!
      6/15/07      8:00 am - 12:30 pm

Thursday June 14 2007 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
      Enhancing Your Online Teaching
      Clinical and Academic Use of Simulation
      for Nursing Education
      Using PDAs In Academic and Clinical

Friday June 15 2007     9:00 am - 12:00 pm
      Anywhere/Any Place Learning With MP3
      Managing Your Testing Online

Sunday June 17 2007      2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
      Developing Multi Media Materials To
      Accomodate Different Learning Styles          Marriott San Francisco
      Clinical Care Classification
                                                   San Francisco, California

                                                    Welcoming Reception
                                                Friday June 15 2007     5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

                                                Friday June 15 2007     5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
                                                Saturday June 16 2007   8:00 am - 5:00 pm
GENERAL INFORMATION                                                          PURPOSE
                                                                            This conference will provide participants with the latest information
FEES                      Before 6/1/07          After 6/1/07               and demonstrations of how technology is currently being used innova-
Full Conference                 $ 595                  $ 695                tively in healthcare delivery and education. Implications for nursing
6/15-17/07                                                                  service, administration, staff development, and academic education will
                                                                            be explored. This year we are celebrating our 25th year of holding this
(Includes reception 6/15,                                                   conference.
breakfast 6/17, refreshment
breaks and program materials)                                               Why Attend?
Presenters Conference Fee       $ 450                   $ 495                 Wonderful networking opportunities to meet some of the
                                                                              most influential nurses in nursing informatics and nursing
Informatics Nurse Certification Review                                        education.
6/14-15/07                                                                    Learn what others are accomplishing and discuss with them
                                                                              what you are innovating in your setting.
With Conference Fee           $ 250                     $ 275
                                                                              Visit and talk with exhibitors who will present state-of-the-art
Without Conference Fee        $ 450                     $ 495                 products/information.
Pre-Conference Workshops Full Day 6/14/07                                     Hear dynamic keynote speakers and presenters speak on cutting
                                                                              edge information and projections for the future.
With Conference Fee        $ 250          $ 275                               Enhance your integration of technology into nursing education,
Without Conference Fee     $ 350          $ 375                               administration and/or practice.
Pre-Conference Workshops Half Day 6/15/07                                     Visit with poster presenters to learn their innovative ideas.
With Conference Fee       $ 150           $ 200
Without Conference Fee    $ 200           $ 250
Post Conference Workshops Half Day 6/17/07
With Conference Fee        $ 150          $ 200
Without Conference Fee     $ 200          $ 250
Networking Dinner                    $ 75               $ 95
Saturday 6/16/07                                                                                     Networking Dinner
                                                                               Date:      Saturday June 16, 2007       Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Make check payable to: Rutgers, The State University.                          Fee:       $ 75 before June 1, 2007; $ 95 after June 1, 2007
Pre-registration is requested at least two weeks prior to the program.            Join us for some great fun and wonderful networking opportunities
Early registration is advised to ensure attendance as most programs do
have maximum enrollments. Registration at the door will be honored
                                                                               Round Table Continental Breakfast            Planning Committee Members
only if space permits. A $25 late fee will be charged for registration
                                                                                     Discuss with Experts
on the day of the program.                                                                                                 John Besignano MPA MS RN
                                                                              Date:      Sunday June 17, 2007              Lisa Anne Bove MSN RN,BC
Confirmation of Registration                                                  Time:      8:00 am - 9:30 am                 Karen Dubois MSN RN
All registration received two weeks prior to a program will be                                                             Jane Koeckeritz PhD C-ANP RN
confirmed and directions to the program site will be sent.                    1. Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)          Arlowen Jordan Raygor MS RN,BC BCNA
                                                                              2. On-Line Teaching                          Sharon Majarowitz MSN MEd RN,BC
Refund                                                                        3. CPOE                                      Peter Murray PhD MSc RN CertEd
Fees are refundable if requested in writing two weeks prior to a              4. Evidence Based Practice                   FBCAS CITP
program. There will be a $50 processing charge for cancellations. No          5. Newcomer’s Table                          Gayle A Pearson DrPH RN
                                                                              6. Electronic Patient Record                 William F Perry MA RN
refunds are given for cancellation 3 days before or after a program is in     7. Simulations/Virtuals
progress. While rarely necessary, the University does reserve the right                                                    Mary Anne Rizzolo EdD RN FAAN
                                                                              8. Telehealth                                Kathy Samon MS RN CCRN
to cancel or reschedule a program due to insufficient enrollment. The         9. Academic                                  Otto Sanchez PhD MD
entire fee will be refunded for cancelled programs.                           10. Staff Development
                                                                               - Other Discussion Groups By Suggestion -
Continuing Education Credit
Rutgers College of Nursing Center for Professional Development is
           accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by           PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
           the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on            Call or write: Dr Gayle A Pearson
           Accreditation. One contact hour is sixty minutes of instruc-                       Rutgers College of Nursing
tion. Contact hour verification can only be awared at the completion of                       Center for Professional Development
a program. Participants must remain for full program in order to                              175 University Avenue ~ Conklin Hall 244
receive credit.                                                                               Newark, New Jersey 07102
Informatics Nurse Certification Review        11.5   Contact Hours             Phone:                 973-353-5895
Pre-Conference Session Full Day                6.0   Contact Hours             Fax:                   973-353-1700
Pre / Post-Conference Session Half Day         3.0   Contact Hours
                                                                               Home Page:   
Conference 6/14-17/07                         11.5   Contact Hours
Although it is rarely necessry, the University does reserve the right to
substitute faculty if needed.                                                                  On-Line Registration:
Taping or recording of continuing education programs by any
individual is prohibited.
                                     PRE AND POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS
                                                                                                   HALF DAY WORKSHOPS
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS                                                                           Friday June 15 2007 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
TWO DAY WORKSHOP                                                                                   V.         ANYWHERE /ANY PLACE LEARNING WITH MP3
Thursday June 14 2007 8:30 am - 5:00 pm and Friday June 15 2007 8:00 am - 12:00 pm                            William Perry MA RN
I.        INFORMATICS NURSE CERTIFICATION REVIEW                                                              This workshop will explore the uses of MP3 files as a learning medium
          Lisa Anne Bove MSN RN,BC                                                                            for both academic and continuing education use. The proliferation of the
          This two day review is intended for those who plan to take the ANCC                                 iPod and other MP3 players for personal music listening has opened an
          Informatics Nurse Certification examination or for those who wish an informatics                    opportunity to provide/deliver internet based MP3 files of audio content.
          update. Content includes: 1) systems analysis and design; 2) system implementa-                     These files can be copied to a CD or MP3 player and reviewed on
          tion and support; 3) system testing and evaluation; 4) human factors; 5) computer                   demand by the student without the need of an active internet connection.
          technology; 6) information/database management; 7) professional practice/trends                     The low cost materials required to produce these files allows anyone to
          and issues; and 8) relevant theories. The faculty and participants will share their                 produce audio files for distribution on the internet where they can be played
          experience to cover all areas in depth and to prepare you to take the ANCC                          online or downloaded for offline use. The use of Podcasting approaches to
          Informatics Nurses Exam and update your nursing informatics.                                        create a subscription to dynamic content will also be discussed and
                                                                                                              demonstrated. Hardware and software requirements will be reviewed and
FULL DAY WORKSHOPS                                                                                            both commercial and education applications demonstrated.
Thursday June 14 2007 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
          Diane Billings EdD RN FAAN                                                               VI.        MANAGING YOUR TESTING ONLINE
          This workshop is for educators who are teaching online who wish to enhance                          Judy Campbell EdD ARNP, Christine Brooks MSN ARNP and
          their courses. During this workshop the participants will learn how to integrate                    Bobbie Morrison MSN RN
          principles of good practice into online teaching and learning. They will learn                      The Tech and Track Web-based testing program will be the demonstration
          how to choose appropriate teaching and evaluation strategies and how to                             module for an experiential session in which participants will develop a test
          determine when and how to use discussion, chat, instant messaging, and how to                       online including importing questions, building a test, scoring it and
          build community with their own online learners. The workshop also includes a                        viewing the analysis and test statistics. The critical steps necessary to
          discussion about how to blend online classes with on-campus and clinical                            design and implement a computerized classroom testing module will be
          experiences to facilitate “higher order learning.”                                                  addressed. Technical, financial, ethical and philosophical issues will be
                                                                                                              covered. Participants should bring with them a laptop with wireless
                                                                                                              internet capability. As the workshop will involve hands on access to the
II.        CLINICAL AND ACADEMIC USE OF SIMULATION FOR NURSING                                                testing program online. Bring sample questions with you and you can
           EDUCATION                                                                                          see how easy computerizing your tests can be!
           Wendy Nehring PhD RN FAAN, Deatrah Du Bose MSN RN, and
           Kim Leighton MSN RN                                                                     POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS
           The use of human patient/student/staff simulation is growing rapidly in both            Sunday June 17 2007 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
           academic and staff development nursing education. As the need to provide                VII.      DEVELOPING MULTI MEDIA MATERIALS TO ACCOMODATE
           appropriate clinical experiences for our students increasingly becomes a challenge,               DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES
           stimulations are rapidly being utilized. There are many challenges that exist for                 William Perry MA RN
           nursing educators when attempting to integrate simulation across their                            Peter J Murray PhD MSc RN CertEd FBCS CITP
           curriculum. This workshop will offer an overview of how simulations are being                     The possibility of creating online educational materials that appeal to
           used and provide examples of research that support the use of simulation.                         different learning styles has been made easier in recent years by the
           Numerous ideas of how simulation can be used in nursing education                                 appearance of new and simpler tools and through the exploration of new
           programs will be provided. The Emergency Care SimulatorTM (ECS) and                               forms of interaction and presentation. The comprehension and retention of
           Program for Nursing Curriculum IntegrationTM (PNCI) will be utilized to                           educational materials presented online can be improved by using these
           provide hands-on experiences for participants who will be given the opportunity                   tools and techniques to create modules that appeal to the auditory, visual or
           to immerse themselves in simulated clinical experiences ranging from basic                        kinesthetic learner. This workshop will address the characteristics of each
           assessment to OB and critical care. This session is appropriate for both staff                    available learning style, review readily available and easy-to-use examples
           development and academic educators.                                                               of the necessary hardware/software to produce media in a variety of
                                                                                                             formats, and demonstrate the processes of creating these materials.

           Mary Gallagher Gordon MSN RN CNE and Frances Cornelius PhD RN CNE                       VIII.      CLINICAL CARE CLASSIFICATION
           Basic Workshop 9:00 am - 12:00 pm                                                                  Virginia Saba EdD PhD (Hon) RN FAAN
           The use of the PDA is growing each year as educators learn that these tools can                    The Clinical Care Classification (CCC) System is the first national nursing
           foster student learning. This hands-on workshop will provide attendees with an                     standard accepted for the encounter message component in clinical data for
           opportunity to develop skills in utilizing mobile technology (PDAs). The emphasis                  Chief Complaint and Nurses/triage Notes for the Electronic Health Record.
           will be on personal productivity tools, basic application installation, personaliza-               The Clinical Care Classification is recognized by the American Nurses
           tion and organization of the mobile environment as well as basic information                       Association as a comprehensively coded nursing terminology designed for
           seeking. Workshop activities will consist of structured simulations that support                   computer processing and the electronic documentation of diagnoses,
           skill mastery. Attendees will gain an understanding of the inner workings of                       interventions and outcomes.
           PDAs, how to select a device for their own use and available tools and resources.                  The Clinical Care Classification (CCC) Version 2.0 workshop will be
           In the afternoon participants will gain insight as to how to develop mobile                        conducted by Dr. Virginia K. Saba who will present how the CCC was
           activities that support the development of clinical decision-making skills. This                   empirically designed, developed, and structured from federally funded
           workshop will provide a hands-on experience utilizing PDAs to enhance                              research. She will also demonstrate how the CCC can be used for
           classroom and clinical learning through participation in simulated learning                        documenting the discrete elements of nursing practice. A ‘use case’ will be
           activities. The workshop will spotlight multiple use of mobile technology                          presented demonstrating three different structured examples on how the
           including a review of applications and e-resources to support clinical practice                    CCC can be used to collect at the point-of-care the nursing data for the plans
           and education. Realistic case scenarios will be shared as well as tips and strategies              of care. The CCC which consists of a unique framework and coding
           that can be applied in you own setting. Workshop is limited in attendance due                      structure capturing the essence of patient care in all healthcare settings will
           to hands-on experience. PDAs will be supplied for use in the workshop.                             be demonstrated.

                                           CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR

                                      Tenth Annual Recognition Award For
                                     Advancement of Computer Technology In

                                  Nominations and vitae of candidate may
                                     be emailed to

                                     NOMINATIONS ACCEPTED THROUGH                                                                    Jane Koeckeritz PhD RN C-ANP
                                                                                                                                         Recipient Ninth Annual
                                               May 1 2007                                                                                  Recognition Award

                                       Honoring Our Past And Predicting Our Future
                                                       Marriott San Francisco  California
                                                      Thursday June 14 ~ Sunday June 17 2007
 Thursday and Friday June 14 - 15 2007                                                                         FEATURED SPEAKERS
 I.    Informatics Nurse Certification Review
       6/14/07       8:30 am - 5:00 pm                                                             Rear Admiral Carol Romano PhD RN BC CNAA FAAN
       6/15/07       8:00 am - 12:00 pm                                                            Chief Nurse Officer of the U.S. Public Health Service

                                                                                                   Helen R. Connors PhD RN Dr PS (Hon) FAAN
 Thursday June 14 2007      9:00 am - 4:00 pm                                                      Associate Dean and Professor, Academic Affairs
 II.   Enhancing Your Online Teaching                                                              University of Kansas
 III.  Clinical and Academic Use of High Fidelity                                                  Executive Director of University of Kansas Center for Healthcare
       Simulation for Nursing Education                                                            Informatics

 IV.   Using PDA’s In Academic and Clinical Settings
                                                                                                   Joyce Sensmeier MS RN BC CPHIMS
 HALF DAY WORKSHOPS                                                                                Director of Professional Services
 Friday June 15 2007        9:00 am - 12:00 pm                                                     Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

 V.     Anywhere/Any Place Learning With MP3
 VI.    Managing Your Testing Online                                                               Diane Skiba PhD FAAN FACMI
                                                                                                   Professor and Project Director
                                                                                                   I-Collaboratory: Partnerships in Learning
 POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS                                                                         School of Nursing University of Colorado at Denver & Health Service
 Sunday June 17 2007 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm                                                             Center
 VII.  Developing Multi Media Materials To
       Accomodate Different Learning Styles                                                        Virginia Saba EdD PhD (Hon) RN FAAN
                                                                                                   President and CEO of Clinical Care Classification (CCC) - SabaCare, Inc

 FRIDAY JUNE 15 2007
 9:00 am - 12:00 pm              Registration
 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm               Opening Session Greetings: Felissa Lashley, Dean Rutgers College of Nursing
                                 Keynote Speaker: “National Directions In Informatics: What Does It Mean for Nursing?”
                                                                             Rear Admiral Carol Romano PhD RN BC CNAA FAAN
2:10 pm - 3:00 pm               Simultaneous Sessions
         1. Education                      2. Clinical                 3. Education/Clinical                     4. General                          5. Research

     Teaching Tips: Moving              Introduction Of An           Gap Analysis: The Key To A            Current Evidence To                  I See You: Building
       Towards Increased             Evaluation Framework For          Better Project Outcome           Support Decision Making In           Community With WebCams
          Interactivity               Technology Adoption In                                              Healthcare Information
                                             Healthcare                                                        Technology

        Jane Koeckeritz                   Suzanne Craig                  Patti Hope BSN RN               Judith A DePalma PhD RN                    Judy L Mallory
        PhD C -ANP RN                    PhD (c) BSN RN                                                                                              EdD RN CNE

3:10 pm - 4:00 pm               Simultaneous Sessions
         6. Education                      7. Clinical                8. Education/Clinical           9. Education/ Staff Development               10. Research
                                                                                                           Experiences Of Using
     From Entertainment To              Role Of The Clinical          Tablets At The Bedside:            Podcasts, Blogs And Other         Critiquing Core Competencies
    Education: Podcasts And            Systems Associate In          Accuracy Testing Of Secure         Web v.2.0 Tools For Education       Through Simulated Patient
    iPods As Learning Tools            Implementating And            Wireless-Based Data Entry               And Professional                     Care Experience
                                      Maintaining Automated           In A Nursing Education                    Development
                                      Clinical Documentation                Laboratory                        Margaret Maag EdD RN
                                                                                                                                            Patricia Allen EdD RN CNE
                                                                                                                  Peter J Murray                   Sharon Decker
     Anne-Marie Williamson             Sharon J Majarowitz           Patrick Scollin EdD MT CLS             PhD MSc CertEd FBCS CITP
                                                                                                               Scott Erdley DNS RN
          MSN BS BA                     MSN MEd RN BC

4:00 pm - 4:10 pm               Refreshments
4:10 pm - 5:00 pm               Simultaneous Sessions
        11. Education                     12. Clinical                      13. Clinical                        14. General                        15. Research
   An Evidence-Based Model                                                                                  International Medical
    For An Online Course            The NLN Laedal Simulation      The Relationship Among HESI         Informatics Association Project         Evidence-Based Practice
      Focused On Health               Project: Years 3 And 4       Exam Scores: Admissions, Mid-        To Define The Cognitive Basis         Research And Informatics
   Informatics and Patient-                                          Curricular And Exit Exams              Of Health Informatics               Are Just A Tap Away
        Centered Care
                                       Mary Anne Rizzolo
    Jay Shiro Tashiro PhD RN            EdD RN FAAN                    Mary J Yoho PhD RN                    Peter J Murray                      Wendy Thomson
     Karen Dawson BScN RN                                                                               PhD MSc CertEd FBCS CITP             EdD (c) MSN BSBA IBCLC
   Lisa-Marie Forcier BScN RN
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm               Welcoming Reception           Celebrating Our 25th Annual Anniversary!                Visit The Exhibits
 8:00 am - 9:00 am                        Visit the Exhibits  Continental Breakfast
 9:00 am - 10:00 am                       Keynote Speaker: “Nursing Informatics: Bridging The Gap Between Nursing Service And Education”
                                                                                 Helen R. Connors PhD RN Dr PS (Hon) FAAN
 10:10 am - 11:00 am                     Simultaneous Sessions
         16. Education                             17. Clinical                            18. Clinical                         19. General                   20. Education/Research
                                                                                  How The Hospital Of The University                                             Interactions Of Students Use Of
                                                                                   Of Pennsylvania (HUP) Leveraged                                           Information Technology With Variables
     Multimedia Strategies In                   Are You Talking To Me?               Technology To Establish Best
                                                                                                                         Teaching With Web Casts              For Motivation And Success Within A
    Nursing Education: A Study                    Clinical Reminders                Practices For Improving Rapid                                             Laptop Nursing Program: Result Of A
    On Audio Podcast Learning                                                      Response Initiatives In Support Of                                                  Longitudinal Study
                                                                                      The 100,000 Lives Campaign
                                                                                                                                                               William M Goodman PhD
  Ann M Henderson MS RN CNS                          Susan I Reynold               Victoria Rich PhD MSN RN                     Diane Billings                   Carolyn Byrnes PhD
    Alison Merrill PhD (c) RN                         MEd BSN RN                          James A Cato                         EdD RN FAAN                       Sandra Goldsworthy
                                                                                   EdD (c) RN CRNA CPEHR                                                             MSc RN CNC
 11:10 am - 12:00 pm                     Simultaneous Sessions
         21. Education                             22. Clinical                            23. Clinical                       24. Education                            25. General
                                                                                                                             Studies Of Student Use Of
    Weaving Technology And                                                          Utilizing Technology To              Information And Communication       Technology Intrigues Middle
                                               Web-Based Technology To                                                       Technologies In A Laptop
   Theory For Successful Online               Support Discharged Patients              Enhance Disease-                     Baccalaureate Program And         Schoolers Interest In Health
            Programs                               With Depression                  Management Programs                   Perceptions Of Use Of eLearning               Careers

                                                                                         Susan J Quinn                   Jennifer Percival Bmath PhD            Geraldine C Colombraro
    Patricia Allen EdD RN CNE                        Jan Belcher                         EdD MBA RN                        Ellen Vogel PhD RD FDC                       PhD RN
         Myrna Armstrong                         PhD APRN CNAA BC                                                              Bill Muirhead PhD
                                                                                  Eileen K Moran MS RN CNS
           PhD RN FAAN

 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm                      Visit the Exhibits  Refreshments
 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm                       Simultaneous Sessions
         26. Education                               27. Clinical                          28. Clinical                        29. General                    30. Community Health
                                                                                  Implementing An Electronic
      Combining Simulation,                       System Selection The              Health Record (EHR):                   Developing Specialty              Vaccinations And Technology
    Instructor Produced Videos                        Magnet Way                    Beyond Point Of Care                 Specific Internet Resource             Saving Lives Together!
    And Online Discussions To                                                          Documentation                       Pages Using RSS And
   Simulate Critical Thinking In                                                                                                 Pageflakes
   Beginning Nursing Students
                                                                                          Susan J Quinn
                                                Arlowen Jordan Raygor                                                     William Perry MA RN                 Deborah Maguire BSN RN
                                                                                          EdD MBA RN
         Jacqueline Guhde                         MN BCNA RNBC                                                                                                    Joan Bercari RN
           MSN RN CNS
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm                        Visit the Exhibits
3:00 pm - 3:50 pm                        Simultaneous Sessions
        31. Education                                32. Clinical                         33. Clinical                         34. General                         35. Community

  Technology Enhancing The Learning Of           Collaboration: A Blueprint For      The Use Of Computer                                                    Internet-Based Research: What
  Nursing Students For Whom English Is        Integrating Nursing, Pharmacy And
                                                                                                                        Linking Learning Styles To
           A Second Language                     IT Into A Barcode Medication     Technology In Homecare To                    Technology                        Do Subjects Disclose?
                                                Administration (BCMA) System       Improve Chronic Disease
                                                        Implementation              Management In Clients
        Barbara J Foulds PhD                                                          With Heart Failure                Catherine E Dearman PhD RN
      Nan Lowe MEd BScN RN                           Joanne Ross                                                           Kandy Smith DNS RN                     Anne M McGinley
       Ann-Marie MacKey RN                        MSN RN BC CNS                     Carmen Rivera Adams                     Julie Sanford DSN RN                   PhD RN APN,C
       Marlene Tosh BScN RN                   Carolyn Jones MS RN CAN                   DNSc RNC

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm                        Keynote Speaker: “Electronic Patient Record in 2010: Will Nursing Service/Education Be Ready?”
                                                                                Joyce Sensmeier MS RN BC CPHIMS
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm                       25th Anniversary Celebration - Networking Dinner -Virginia Saba EdD PhD (Hon) RN FAAN
8:00 am - 9:30 am                        Visit the Posters  Breakfast  Roundtable Discussion
9:00 am - 9:50 am                        Simultaneous Sessions
        36. Education                                37. Clinical                   38. Clinical                               39. General                   40. Education / Research

  Best Practice For Evidence-Based             A Physician Information             e-Volution In Outcomes-               Online Documentation:               The Evaluation Of Student
  Simulation Module Development                 Technology Education                 Focused Knowledge                  Meeting The Challenges Of           Outcomes Following A Human
                                               Specialist Point Of View                  Translation                            Educating                       Simulation Experience
    Eileen Deges Curl PhD RN
    LeAnn Chisholm MSN RN
     Janet Hamilton MSN RN                                                                                               Jo Anne Thomson MN RN                     Linda Wilson
                                                Kathy Lasiter BSN RN              Tammy DiPientro MN RN
       Sheila Smith PhD RN                                                                                                                                    PhD RN CPAN CAPA BC
   Leah Anne McGee MSN FNP

9:50 am - 11:00 am                   Visit the Posters
11:00 am - 11:50 am                  Simultaneous Sessions
         41. Education                          42. Education                             43. Clinical                       44. Education                           45. Research

   Using Scaffolding To Create                 The Heart, Arrhythmias                Creating e-Learning                Advancing The Educational
  Effective Web-Based Learning                 And Drugs: Using The                Module: Lessons Learned              Use Of Case Studies Across A          Critical Care Classification
                                                Internet For Student                                                     BScN Program In A Mobile
                                                      Learning                                                             Learning Environment                   Virginia Saba
                                                                                                                                                             EdD PhD (Hon) RN FAAN
  Catherine E Dearman PhD RN                       John Gillen PhD                                                         Otto Sanchez PhD MD
                                                                                  Gina Aranzamendez MS RN
                                              Kathleen Donohue MA RN                                                      Holly Jones Taggart PhD

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm                   Endnote Speaker: Nursing Informatics: “Exploring The Present And Predicting The Future”
                                                                            Diane Skiba PhD FAAN FACMI
                                                                    POSTER PRESENTATIONS

TITLE                                                                         PRESENTER (S)
1.      Development And Implementation Of An Online                           Barbara Laird EdD APRN
        Program - Lessons Learned                                             CJW Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia

2.      Evaluating The Use Of Technology In Nursing Education                 Marcia L Gasper EdD MSN RNC
                                                                              East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

3.      Reserach Study Of Iranian Families                                    Dr Fery Ghazi - Middlesex University, London United Kingdom

4.      Development Of An On-Line And Blended Nursing                         Wendy Nehring PhD RN FAAN FAAIDD
        PhD Program                                                           Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey

5.      Can Leadership Be Taught At A Distance?                               Bonnie Jerome-D’Emilia PhD MPH RN
                                                                              University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

6.      One Size Does Not Fit All - “Pediatric Age Specific ID                Susan G Stanley MSN RN
        Bands Implementation”                                                 Children's National Medical Center, Washington DC

7.      Using Technology In Baccalaureate Education                           Cheryl M. Smith EdD MSN RN FNP
                                                                              Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

8.      Technology in Nursing Scholarship: Use Of Citation                    Cheryl M. Smith EdD MSN RN FNP
        Reference Managers                                                    Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

9.      Optimizing Critical Incident Management By Baccalaureate              Jan Foster PhD RN CNS CCRN
        Nursing Students Using High-Fidelity Simulations Facilitated          Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas
        By Non-Faculty Registered Nurses

10.     Computerized Journaling With Blackboard                               Kim Subasic MS BSN RN - University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania

11.     The Clinical Faculty Role: A Template For Success                     Magdeleine Vasso MSN RN CS and Dr. Patricia Dunphy Suplee
                                                                              Drexel University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

12.     Practical Tips For Test Taking To Improve Student NCLEX Success       Magdeleine Vasso MSN RN CS - Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

13.     Teaching Pharmacology With Sing-Along Songs                           Connie Pardee MSN RN CEN - Regis University, Denver, Colorado

14.     Name That Rhythm: Nursing Students’ Learning And                      Margaret Hansen EdD RN
        Satisfaction With An Online Electrocardiogram Game                    University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California

15.     Increasing Interaction: How Interactive Telecommunication             Lena Sorenson PhD RN, Cassandra Bellamy, Tatiana Evdokimova
        Trends Impact Nursing Informatics Curriculum,Research                 Helena Hizon, Theresa Mathews and Young-Shin Park
        And Practice: One Program’s Story                                     NYU College of Nursing, New York, New York

16.     Centralized Clinical Placement Technology: From Beta                  Diane L. Stuenkel
        Testing To Reality                                                    San Jose State University, San Jose, California

17.     Learning Styles Of The Registered Nurse (RN) Enrolled                 Catherine Elizabeth Dearman PhD RN, Julie Sanford DNS RN, Kandy Smith DNS RN
        In An Online Program                                                  University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama

18.     The Effectiveness Of A Classroom Response System In                   Soo Wong MSN BScN RN
        Encouraging Student Participation And Evaluating                      Humber College School of Health Sciences, Ontario, Canada
        Student Learning

19.     A Virtual Van Gogh? Challenges Of Role Socialization                  Julie Sanford DNS RN, Kandy Smith DNS RN
        In Online Graduate Nursing                                            and Catherine Elizabeth Dearman PhD RN
                                                                              University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama

20.     PDA Pilot To Implemention: Starting from Scratch                      Sharon Wallace MSN RN CCRN and Karen Papastrat MSN RN
                                                                              Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

21.     Innovative Approaches To Generational Instruction -                   Kathleen Clark MSN EN CNRN APN BC and Kelly Smith MSN RN
        Welcoming The Nexters Via The Hybrid                                  Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

22.     A Timeline Of Technology In Nursing Education From 1986-2026          Maggie Thurmond Dorsey EdD RN
                                                                              University of South Carolina Aiken, Aiken, South Carolina

23.     METI Man Goes Virtual: Maximizing Simulation Instruction              Kandy Smith DNS RN, Julie Sanford DNS RN,
                                                                              and Catherine Elizabeth Dearman PhD RN
                                                                              University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama

24.     Warning: Powerful Teaching Strategies: Simulation                     Kelly York Brewer MSN RN and Corrine Abraham MN RN
        And Problem Based Learning – Use With Caution,                        Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
        When Combining As Impressive Results May Occur

25.     Online Support for Health Care Insurance:                             Mary Lou De Natale EdD RN
        Medicare D And Older Adults                                           University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California

26.     Using An Electronic Peer Network to Facilitate Learning               Joanne Bonesteel MS RN
        And Interaction Amoung Adult Distance Learning Nursing                Excelsior College School of Nursing, Albany, New York

27.     Integration Of Technology Into Education: Online                      Joanne Bonesteel MS RN and Kim Hedley MS RN CPHQ
        Strategies To Foster Critical Thinking In The Distance                Excelsior College School of Nursing, Albany, New York
                                                                 POSTER PRESENTATIONS - CONTINUE
 TITLE                                                                                               PRESENTER (S)
 28.        Involvement Of Non-Clinical Staff To Support Nursing                                     Sharon J. Majarowitz MSN MEd RN BC
            Documentation Training And GO LIVE Support                                               Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 29.        Postpartum Depression Screening Using H-CASI                                             Liz Powell BSN RN - Virtua Health

 30.        Infusing PDA Technology Into A Nursing Education Program                                 Kathleen M. Williamson PhD MAN RN
                                                                                                     Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

 31.        Tracking And Reporting Nursing CE: A Standards-Based                                     Valerie Smothers MA
            Approach                                                                                 MedBiquitous Consortium, Baltimore, Maryland

 32.        Going Mobile And Global With Community Health Nursing                                    Helen Gordon MS CNM - Duke University, Raleigh, North Carolina

 33.        Implementing The Smart Test: An Internet - Based Program For                             Robyn Walter MSN RN
            Exam Item Analysis                                                                       East Central College, Union, Missouri

 34.        Technology And Nursing Regulation                                                        Katie Drake-Speer MSN RN

 35.        Medication Reconciliation: A Patient Safety Inperative and the                           Nancy Carson
            Community Hospital Perspective                                                           The Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio

 36.        Nurse Educators Sharing Technology (NEST) Learning Community                             Patricia McLean Hoyson

 37.        Health Education Technology Research Unit (HETRU)                                        Otto Sanchez

 38.        Who Owns My Health Data?                                                                 Laura Wentz MPZ RN BC


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                                             Before   After
REGISTRATION FEES:                           6/1/07   6/1/07
Please Check Appropriate Boxe(s)                                           PLEASE INDICATE SESSIONS YOU WISH TO ATTEND
   Full Conference                           $ 595    $ 695                         Choose one from each row by circling the number.
   Includes reception, refreshment
   breaks and extensive program materials.                                           Sessions Friday 6/15/07              Sessions Saturday 6/16/07      Sessions Sunday 6/17/07
                                                                                     1     2    3    4     5              16    17    18  19     20      36    37   38 39     40
   Presenters Full Conference                $ 450    $ 495
   Networking Dinner Sat. 6/16/07            $ 75     $ 95                           6     7    8       9     10          21   22    23    24   25       41    42   43   44   45

Pre Conference Workshops 6/14-15/07                                                  11    12   13     14     15          26   27    28    29   30
   I Informatics Nurse Certification Review
           With Conference Fee              $ 250     $ 275                                                               31   32    33    34   35
           Without Conference Fee           $ 450     $ 495

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Full Day Workshops      II     III     IV
          With Conference Fee                $ 250    $ 275                          Pre Conference Workshops
          Without Conference Fee             $ 350    $ 375                            I     Informatics Nurse Certification Review
                                                                                       II    Enhancing Your Online Teaching
Pre Conference Workshops 6/15/07                                                       III    Clinical and Academic Use Of Simulation For Nursing Education
Half Day Workshops      V      VI                                                      IV     Using PDAs In Academic And Clinical Settings
          With Conference Fee                $ 150    $ 200                            V     Anywhere/Any Place Learning With MP3
          Without Conference Fee             $ 200    $ 250                            VI     Managing Your Testing Online

Post Conference Workshops 6/17/07                                                    Post Conference Workshops
      VII    VIII                                                                      VII   Developing Multi Media Materials To Accomodate Different Learning Styles
          With Conference Fee                $ 150    $ 200                            VIII  Clinical Care Classification
          Without Conference Fee             $ 200    $ 250

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                                                                    HOTEL INFORMATION
                                                                      San Francisco Marriott
                                                         55 Fourth Street San Francisco, California 94103
                                         This San Francisco convention center hotel is situated across the street from a world class
                                         shopping center and just steps from the city’s top attractions, including Union Square and the
                                         Financial District. The San Francisco Marriott boasts comfortable, modern guest rooms and
                                         award-winning service, as well as daily yoga classes, spa services, workout area and indoor
                                         swimming pool.

                                                     For Reservations go to:
                                                                       RESERVATION CODE: RUARUAA
                                                                 Or Call Phone: 415-896-1600                 Fax : 415-486-8101
                                                                        Toll Free 1-800-228-9290 Central Reservation

                                                SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA ~ ATTRACTIONS
                                                        Come and enjoy the many things to do in San Francisco!!!!
                       Welcome to Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco’s popular destination.                      Opened in 1996 and enhanced in 2001, Aquarium of the Bay,
                       Known for its historic waterfront, delicious seafood, spectacular sights                in San Francisco California is a unique educational and
                       and unique shopping. Fishernan’s Wharf offers a wide array of things to                 entertainment facility dedicated to the rich and diverse
                       do for everyone. Their fabulous location in the ‘City by the Bay’, puts                 aquatic life of the San Francisco Bay and its surrounding
                       you within minutes of the Maritime Museum, Alcatraz, Coit Tower and                     waters. The Aquarium provides a window to the Bay that
                       everyone’s favorite, the world famous San Francisco Cable Car line.                     focuses on its distinctive ecosystems and seeks to entertain,
                       Fisherman’s Wharf offers some of the most incredible views of the San                   educate and inspire preservation of this wonderful natural
                       Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and the city’s cape.                              resource.

                       The entrance to Chintown at Grant Avenue and Bush Street is called the                  Visit the Westfield San Francisco Centre, a unique mix of
                       “Dragon’s Gate.” Inside are 24 blocks of hustle and bustle, most of it taking           upscale, trend-setting retailers housed in a nine-story vertical
                       place along Grant Avenue, the oldest street in San Francisco. This city within          mall served by America’s only spiral escalators. The top five
                       a city is best explored on foot; exotic shops, renowned restaurants, food               floors house Nordstorm, while the remaining four levels are
                       markets, temples and small museums comprise its boundaries. Visitors                    home to 65 other leading merchants. The Centre is across
                       can buy ancient potions form herb shops, relax and enjoy a “dim sum”                    from the world-famous Powell Street cable car turnaround,
                       lunch or witness the making of fortune cookies.                                         just three blocks from Union Square and one half block from
                                                                                                               the Marriott.

                                                                FROM SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT
DRIVING DIRECTIONS                                                                                               PUBLIC TRANSPORATION
From San Francisco - SFO 1-650-821-8211                                                                         SUPERSHUTTLE - Runs every 30 minutes on the hour/half hour from the
Hwy 101 North to Hwy 80/Bay Bridge. Take the Fourth Street exit. Bear left on Bryant Street. Left on Third      airport. Charge is $ 15 per person. CASH ONLY.
Street (one block). Left on Mission (four blocks). Right into the valet parking entrance (1/2 block). The hotel
is at the corner of Mission and Fourth Street and across from the Metreon and Yerba Buena Gardens/              SUBWAY STATION - Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
Moscone Convention Center. Subway service, fee: $ 5 USD (one way) - Estimated taxi fare: $ 40 USD (one way) Charge is $ 5.15 - One Way Fare. From San Francisco Airport board any train
                                                                                                                to Powell Street Station. Once you arrive at the Powell Station, follow sign to
Oakland - OAK 1-510-577-4000                                                                                    “4th & Market Street.” Hotel is across the street.
From points East, cross the Oakland Bay Bridge, exit Fremont Street and turn left on Mission Street. The hotel
is at the corner of Fourth and Mission Streets. Subway service, fee: $ 3 USD (one way)
Estimated taxi fare: $ 51 USD (one way)                                                                         PARKING
                                                                                                                On-site parking fee: $ 11 USD hourly, $ 50 USD daily
San Jose, California - SJC - 1-408-501-7600                                                                     Valet parking fee: $ 50 USD daily
Start going towards the Airport Exit on Airport Pkwy. Turn left on Guadalupe Pkwy. Take US-101 North            Off-site parking: contact hotel for details
towards San Francisco. Continue to I-80 East towards Bay Bridge/Oakland. Exit Fourth Street. Bear Left on       Limited Valet & Area Parking. No over-sized vehicles.
Bryant St. and take Left onto Third Street. Take Left onto Mission Street. Turn Right into driveway just past
St. Patrick's Church. Estimated taxi fare: $ 167 USD (one way)

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College of Nursing
Center for Professional Development                                                                                                                                   Address Service Requested
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Newark, New Jersey 07102-1814

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                                                Twenty-Fifth Annual International Nursing Computer and Technology Conference

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