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					          Dr. Connie S. Logan
             Research Day




     Linking Research to Practice:
 Connecting Globally Through Knowledge

                          April 3, 2009
                Southeastern Louisiana University
                       School of Nursing
                        4849 Essen Lane
                    Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Co-hosted by the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Chapters,
                  Rho Zeta of Southeastern Louisiana University
       and Epsilon Nu of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
                DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM                                                       AGENDA
                 AND TARGET AUDIENCE
The purpose of this activity is to provide registered nurses,      7:30 - 8:30      Registration / Refreshments
nurse researchers, and nurse educators the opportunity to                                   Lobby
network and explore current research findings of colleagues
through oral and poster presentations. This forum is               8:30 - 8:40      Welcome
designed to disseminate local and global research findings                          Susan K. Pryor, RN, DNS
on evidence-based practice. Ultimately, it is intended to                           President, Rho Zeta Chapter,
generate a renewed interest and commitment to nursing                               Sigma Theta Tau International
scholarship.                                                                        Jacqueline O. Favret, RN, MPH
                                                                                    President, Epsilon Nu Chapter,
                          OBJECTIVES                                                Sigma Theta Tau International
At the end of the activity, the participant will be able to:                               Auditorium
1. Network and share ideas related to nursing research             8:40 - 9:40     Keynote Address
2. Discuss the impact of research findings on evidence-                            “Linking Research to Practice: Connecting
based practice                                                                     Globally Through Knowledge”
3. Describe examples of initiatives that further local and                         Patricia E. Thompson, RN, EdD, FAAN
global health                                                                               Auditorium
                                                                   9:40 - 10:00     Break / Poster Presentations
                     KEYNOTE SPEAKER                                                         Lobby
                                                                   10:00 - 11:15    CONCURRENT SESSION I. A and B
Patricia E. Thompson, RN, EdD, FAAN, is the Chief
Executive Officer of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma
Theta Tau International. She is leading the honor society          Session I. A.   Bench to Bedside
during a period of unprecedented global expansion and                                       Auditorium
directing the 134,000-member organization as it moves
boldly to develop nurse leaders around the world.                  1. A Study of Bacterial Pathogens on Reusable, Clean ECG
                                                                   Lead Wires: Are Patients at Risk for Hospital Acquired
    Dr. Thompson became the honor society’s chief
                                                                   Bacterial Infections?
executive officer from her position as associate dean for
                                                                   Karen L. Rice, DNS, APRN, ACNS-BC, ANP, Ochsner Medical
academic programs at the College of Nursing, University of         Center
Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She served in several high-         Shelley Thibeau, MSN, RNC, Ochsner Medical Center
ranking positions since 1992, including associate dean for         Deione Reed, PhD, MsHCM, Ochsner Medical Center
baccalaureate education, department chair of nursing               2. Finding Susceptibility Genes for Schizophrenia
education, and chair of the parent/child department.               Nancy Buccola, MSN, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, Louisiana State
    Dr. Thompson has been one of the lead investigators of         University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing
more than 20 grant-funded studies, including a current             3. Therapeutic Hypothermia
workforce diversity grant from the Health Resources and            Fiona Winterbottom, RN, MSN, ACNS- BC, CCRN, Ochsner
Services Administration to support minorities in nursing. She      Medical Center
is a prolific author of published articles, books, book chapters   Bethany Jennings RN, BSN, Ochsner Medical Center
and presenter on leadership, maternal-child issues and             Heather Webre RN, BSN, Ochsner Medical Center
nursing education and has served on numerous nursing               John Macmahon, Ochsner Medical Center
organizational boards, committees, and task forces.                Paul McMullan, Ochsner Medical Center

                     ENDNOTE SPEAKER                               Session I. B.   Translational Research
                                                                                        Classroom 261-262
Jackie Lall Michael, APRN, PhD, WHNP-BC, is an Assistant
Clinical Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington         1. A Critical Social Theory Examination of Caring in Nursing
School of Nursing. She has been a member of the UTA                and Nursing Education
faculty since 2001. Dr. Michael also practices as a Woman’s        Jane Sumner, PhD, RN, APRN, BC, Louisiana State University
                                                                   Health Sciences Center School of Nursing
Health Care Nurse Practitioner with a physician and owns
                                                                   2. Determinants of Pap Smear Utilization among Rural
her practice. Prior to joining UTA, Dr. Michael was an
                                                                   Southeast Louisiana Women
instructor, Nurse Colposcopist, and Advanced Practice              Denise Linton DNS(c), FNP-BC, Louisiana State University
Nurse for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical             Health Sciences Center School of Nursing
Center at Dallas. She has also held positions at Planned           Demetrius Porche, DNS, PhD(c), APRN, Louisiana State
Parenthood of Dallas and Northwest Texas, the City of              University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing
Dallas, and Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas.                       Susan Steele-Moses, DNS, APRN, CNS, AOCN, Our Lady of
     Dr. Michael has been published in numerous journals,          the Lake Regional Medical Center
and she has presented at a number of nursing and medical
conferences and events, including the Society for Simulation
                                                        th
in Healthcare, the North Texas Consortium, and the 6 and
  th
7 International Meeting on Medical Simulation.
3. The Integration of Evidenced Based Guidelines into             3. The Lived Experience of Nursing Students from the
Practice for VTE Prevention in Total Joint Arthroplasty           Southeastern United States Working with Honduran
Population                                                        Nursing Students: A Model for Study Abroad
Charla B. Johnson, RN, MSN, ONC, Our Lady of the Lake             Lorinda J. Sealey, PhD, RNC-MNN, Southeastern Louisiana
Regional Medical Center                                           University School of Nursing
4. A Comparative Analysis of Complexity Compression and           Donna Hathorn, PhD, RN, Southeastern Louisiana University
the Staff Nurse Work Environment in Magnet ® and Non-             School of Nursing
Magnet Hospitals                                                  Melissa Wafer, MSN, CEN, RN, Southeastern Louisiana
Karen L. Rice, DNS, APRN, ACNS-BC, ANP, Ochsner Medical           University School of Nursing
Center                                                            4. Promoting Contact Isolation Compliance: One Hospital’s
Sharon Cusanza, BSN, RN, CPHQ, Ochsner Medical Center             Experience
                                                                  Phyllis Turnage, RN, BC, Our Lady of the Lake Regional
                                                                  Medical Center
11:15 - 12:15    DR. LINDA CORSON JONES                           Aimee Cloyd, RN,Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center
                 MEMORIAL LUNCHEON                                Melissa Fouchi, RN, BSN, Our Lady of the Lake Regional
                 This research day is dedicated to the            Medical Center
                 memory of Dr. Connie S. Logan, faculty of        Debbie Leche, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center
                 Southeastern Louisiana University School of
                 Nursing. The luncheon is dedicated to
                 the memory of Dr. Linda Corson Jones, faculty    Session II. B.   Targeting at Risk Patient Populations
                 of Louisiana State University Health Sciences                          Classroom 261-262
                 Center. These faculty members richly
                 contributed to excellence in nursing research.   1. Nurses’ Recognition of Delirium in the Hospitalized Older
                        Student Lounge                            Adult
                                                                  Karen L. Rice, DNS, APRN, ACNS-BC, ANP, Ochsner Medical
                                                                  Center
12:15 - 1:45      PANEL DISCUSSION: The Magnet Journey            Marsha Bennett, DNS, APRN, ACRN, Louisiana State
                         Panelists:                               University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing
Karen L. Rice, APRN, DNS, ACNS-BC, ANP, Ochsner Medical           2. Self Reported Back Pain among Farm Women in
Center                                                            Southeast Louisiana
Patricia Johnson, RN, MSN, Woman’s Hospital                       Donna C. Hathorn, RN, PhD, Southeastern Louisiana University
Wanda Hughes, RN, MSN, Baton Rouge General Medical                School of Nursing
Center                                                            Ann K. Carruth, RN, DNS, Southeastern Louisiana University
Susan K. Steele-Moses, APRN, DNS, AOCN, Our Lady of the           School of Nursing
Lake Regional Medical Center                                      Lucie J. Agosta, RNC, PhD, A/FNP, Southeastern Louisiana
                                                                  University School of Nursing
                          Moderator:
                                                                  Susan K. Pryor, RN, DNS, Southeastern Louisiana University
Lucie J. Agosta, RNC, PhD, A/FNP, Southeastern Louisiana
University School of Nursing
                                                                  School of Nursing
                                                                  3. Rapid Cycle Change Approach to Management of Severe
1:45 - 2:00       Break / Poster Presentations                    Sepsis
                             Lobby                                Fiona Winterbottom, RN, MSN, ACNS- BC, CCRN, Ochsner
                                                                  Medical Center
                                                                  Bethany Jennings RN, BSN Ochsner Medical Center
2:00 - 3:15       CONCURRENT SESSION II. A and B                  Tina Gipson, RN, BSN, Ochsner Medical Center
                                                                  4. Evaluation of a Standardized Order Set for Planned
Session II. A.   Experience as Ways of Knowing                    Withdrawal of Life Support in Critical Care
                          Auditorium                              Deborah Bourgeois BSN, CPHN, Ochsner Medical Center
                                                                  Fiona Winterbottom, RN, MSN, ACNS- BC, CCRN, Ochsner
1. The Effect of a Structured Program, Relationship Based         Medical Center
Care, on Nurse Caring Behaviors, Patient Satisfaction,            David Taylor, MD, Critical Care, Palliative Care, Ochsner
Employee Satisfaction and Physician Satisfaction in Two           Medical Center
Acute Care Hospitals within the FMOLHS                            Tracy Gregory RN, ICU, Ochsner Medical Center
Susan K. Steele-Moses, APRN, DNS, AOCN, Our Lady of the Lake      Hillary Luminais, BSN, Palliative Care, Ochsner Medical Center
Regional Medical Center
Dana M. Ydarraga, BSN, RN, Our Lady of the Lake Regional
Medical Center                                                    3:15-3:30        Break / Poster Presentations
Caroline Conerly, MHA, BSN, RN, St. Elizabeth Hospital                                         Lobby
2. Meaning of Spiritual Nursing Care for Non-Religious
Patients                                                          3:30 - 4:30      Endnote Address
Eileen Creel, RN, DNS, Southeastern Louisiana University                           “Global Initiative: Region 6 Project”
School of Nursing                                                                  Jackie Lall Michael, RN, PhD, APN, WHNP- BC
                                                                                                 Auditorium
                                                                  4:30 - 4:45      Evaluations
                                                                                   Certificate Presentation
REGISTRATION, FEES                                          CONTACT HOURS
AND CANCELLATION POLICY                                     6.25 contact hours will be awarded to participants
Fee includes refreshments, catered luncheon, contact        successfully completing the program. Participants must
hours, and packet of information. SLUSON reserves the       attend the entire program and submit a completed evaluation
right to cancel the activity if registrations do not meet   form. The Southeastern Louisiana University School of
enrollment criteria. A refund, less a $25.00 processing     Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing
fee, will be granted if notification of cancellation is     education by the Louisiana State Nurses Association, an
received in writing prior to March 30, 2009. No refund      accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing
will be given for cancellation after March 30, 2009.        Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Registration may be transferred to another person if
preferred. A fee of $15.00 will be charged on any check     DISABLED PARTICIPANTS
returned for non-sufficient funds.                          Accommodations will be made for participants who notify us
Send check payable to Rho Zeta to Marie Billings,           of their special needs. Please include a written statement
SLU 10835, Hammond, LA 70402.                               with your registration

FEES:                                                       PLANNING COMMITTEE
ATTENDEES -                                                 Lucie J. Agosta, RNC, PhD, A/FNP
                                                            Staci T. Anderson, RN, PhD
STTI Members: $100.00 by March 20, 2009 / $125.00           Marsha J. Bennett, APRN, DNS, ACRN
postmarked after March 20, 2009                             Marie M. Billings, RN, MN
STTI non members: $125.00 by March 20, 2009 / $150.00       Ann K. Carruth, RN, DNS
postmarked after March 20, 2009                             Jacqueline O. Favret, RN, MPH
                                                            Denise W. Hart, RN, MSN, CWOCN
PRESENTERS - $100.00                                        Donna Hathorn, RN, PhD
STUDENTS - $75.00 by March 20, 2009 / $100.00               Sharon D. Landry, RN, MSN, CPAN
postmarked after March 20, 2009. Student must show          Mitzie Meyers, RN, MSN, AHN-BC
student ID at registration.                                 Susan K. Pryor, RN, DNS
                                                            Susan K. Steele-Moses, APRN, DNS, AOCN
                                                            Melissa Wafer, RN, MSN, CEN


                                            DIRECTIONS TO
                                    Southeastern Louisiana University
                                           School of Nursing
                                              Auditorium
                                           4849 Essen Lane
                                        Baton Rouge, Louisiana

            Take I-12 West to Exit 1A 1-10 East, New Orleans and exit right on Essen Lane
            Take 1-10 West to Essen Lane, Exit 160. Turn left on Essen Lane
            Turn left on Margaret Lane (on other side of Essen Lane from Our Lady of the Lake
             Regional Medical Center’s Emergency room entrance)
            Continue on Margaret Lane to the School of Nursing on the right.
            Parking available in any lot

        The telephone number of the Baton Rouge Center is 225-765-2324 in the event that you
                                    need additional information.

                                              Hotel Information
     Drury Inn & Suites, Baton Rouge
     I-10 & Essen Park
     7939 Essen Park
     Baton Rouge, LA 70809
     Phone 225-766-2022

     Call 1-800-436-1197 for the discounted room rate, ask for the CLRD registration.
     The discount rates apply until March 20, 2009.
REGISTRATION FORM FOR DR. CONNIE S. LOGAN RESEARCH DAY APRIL 3, 2009
Please Type or Print
NAME:                                                              STTI MEMBERSHIP NUMBER:


ADDRESS:                                                           City/State/Zip:


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HIGHEST LEVEL NURSING PREPARATION: Diploma                    ASN        BSN        Masters      Doctorate
Undergraduate Student       Graduate Student            Other


Please indicate your choice of concurrent sessions:
               Session I     A                                    Mail completed registration form and check,
                             B                                    made payable to Rho Zeta according to the
               Session II    A                                    rate posted below to:
                             B                                    Marie Billings, SLU Box 10835, Hammond, LA 70402
                                                                   For confirmation of registration,
                                                                   please submit a legible e-mail address.


FEES: Attendees -
            STTI Members: $100.00 by March 20, 2009 / $125.00 postmarked after March 20, 2009
            STTI non members: $125.00 by March 20, 2009 / $150.00 postmarked after March 20, 2009


      Presenters - $100.00


       Students - $75.00 by March 20, 2009 / $100.00 postmarked after March 20, 2009. Student must show student ID
at registration.




Amount Enclosed: $ ________________


                                                Go to www.selu.edu/rhozeta
                              Confirmation of registration will be provided via email or postcard.
                                 Registration form may be duplicated and distributed.
Southeastern Louisiana University
School of Nursing
SLU 10835
Hammond, LA 70402

				
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