Nursing Research Presentations
St. Charles General Hospital Auxiliary Professorship in Nursing Educational Research Series
Lori C. Spradley, MLIS and Linda M. Ledet, DNS, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, Jan. 29th 2021 at 12pm-1:00pm. Title: Starting the journey: Identifying the problem, developing the research question, and conducting the literature review.
The nursing research process is an exciting journey. Nursing research improves outcomes and provides a scientific foundation for our nursing process. This educational activity will describe the identification of research topics and problems in healthcare settings. We will discuss the development of the research question, which guides the research process. The conduct of the literature review on variables of interest will be demonstrated using professional databases.
Dr. Deidre Devier Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology, Feb. 12th 2021 at 12pm-1:00pm.
Dr. Leorey Saligan's presentation is confirmed for Thursday, March 4, 2021 (12pm-1:00pm). Title: Symptom Science: A Resource for Precision Health.
Symptom science focuses on symptom experiences, rather than diseases and illnesses, with the understanding that many symptoms across ailments are shared. Symptom science is becoming increasingly important as people are living longer with multiple chronic illnesses. This educational activity will describe the advances in symptom science that acknowledges individual variability in symptom experiences related to health and illness to inform precise strategies in developing optimal nursing interventions. Participants will earn up to 1.0 contact hour of nursing continuing professional development credit based on attendance.
Dr. Susan Steele Moses, DNS, RN, April 23rd 2021 at 11am-12 noon.
Grant Writing Workshop, Summer 2021 (Date and time TBA)
Publishing Writing Workshop, Summer 2021 (Date and time TBA)