Fifth Annual CKHS Nursing Research Symposium Held at Villanova
Participants in the symposium included, left to right, Eileen Young, M.S.N., R.N., assistant vice president for Clinical Utilization and Outcomes for CKHS; Michelle Ciafre, B.S.N., R.N., staff nurse at Crozer-Chester Medical Center; Ruthanne Chelius, M.S.N., R.C., C.E.N., staff nurse at Springfield Hospital; Kathleen Devaney, B.S.N., R.N., staff nurse at Taylor Hospital; Bette Mariani, Ph.D., R.N., clinical assistant professor at Villanova and a member of the Nursing Education Department at Delaware County Memorial Hospital; John Harper, M.S.N., R.N.-BC, clinical educator for Critical Care at Crozer and nursing research coordinator for CKHS. All except Young are members of the CKHS Nursing Research Council.
Crozer-Keystone hosted the fifth annual Nursing Research Symposium on Oct. 12 at Villanova University in collaboration with Villanova and Widener University. The system-wide symposium, “Nursing Research in the 21st Century: Current Issues and Trends,” featured presentations of current nursing research and evidence-based projects, and poster sessions.