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Presentations, Publications, Published Research

Magnet Model Component II: Structural Empowerment
  • Structures and processes enable nurses to participate in professional nursing organizations
  • Structures and processes promote the teaching role of nurses
  • Nurses support community educational activities
Magnet Model Component IV: New Knowledge, Innovations, and Improvements
  • Structures and processes enable the development and advancement of nursing research
  • Structures and processes enable new knowledge to be translated into nursing practice

 

Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, RN, MSN, CEN, CCNS, CPEN, CTRN, CPN, SANE-A

Emergency Department, Taylor Hospital

Foresman-Capuzzi, J. “Delivering Resuscitation Medications to Pediatric Patients.” Journal of Emergency Nursing, 2011:37(2): 194-199

Foresman-Capuzzi, Joyce. Rev. of, “Reference to Child and Adolescent Forensics: A Guide for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals,” by Mary E. Muscari, PhD, CPNP, APRN, and Kathleen M. Brown, PhD, APRN-BC. On the Edge. 2011.  

Presentations:
  • “Women and Heart Disease.” Advance for Nurses, King of Prussia, Pa., April 2011
  • “How Low Can You Go,” “Law and Nursing SVU,” “I Give You My Heart,” and “What’s in Grandma’s Purse Will Kill Them.” Trends in Trauma and Cardiovascular Care, Atlantic City, NJ, April 2011
  • “Peds Needs.” Delaware County Emergency Nurses Association, March 2011
  • “Peds Needs” and “Give Me Just a Minute.” New Jersey Emergency Nurses Association, Atlantic City, NJ, March 2011
  • “Give Me Just a Second” and “CSI & U.” National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation, Philadelphia, Pa., March 2011

 

John P. Harper, MSN, RN-BC

Nursing Research Coordinator, CKHS
Critical Care Clinical Educator, Crozer-Chester Medical Center
“Putting the Evidence into Your Practice…An Algorithm for Utilizing Research”
6th Annual CKHS Nursing Research Symposium, Oct. 2011
 

Suzanne Smith, RN, MSN, OCN

Institutional Review Board Coordinator, CKHS
“Research Ethics and Protection of Human Subjects”
6th Annual CKHS Nursing Research Symposium, Oct. 2011

 

Megan Stair-Buchmann, RN, BSN, CCRN

Burn Treatment Center, Crozer-Chester Medical Center
“Impact of Low Hemoglobin on Paired Point-of-Care Glucose Monitor Results in Critically Ill Patients in a Burn Treatment Center”
Keynote Speaker at the CKHS Research Symposium, Oct. 2011

 

Jodie Szlachta, CRNA, PhD

Associate Director of Crozer-Chester Medical Center/Villanova University Nurse Anesthesia Program
“The Effect of a Peer-Instruction Model on Nurse Anesthesia Students in the High-Fidelity Patient Simulator.”
National League for Nursing Education Summit, Orlando, Fla., Sept. 2011