CKHS Holds Annual Nursing Research Symposium at Villanova
Among those participating in the event were, left to right, Nancy Bucher, left, M.S.N., R.N., CNAA-BC, CKHS vice president and chief nursing officer; Marian C. Turkel, R.N., Ph.D., NEA-BC, director of Professional Nursing Practice for the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network; Bette Mariani, Ph.D., R.N., clinical assistant professor at Villanova University; and John Harper, M.S.N., R.N.-BC, CKHS nursing research coordinator.
At Crozer-Keystone’s annual nursing research symposium at Villanova University on Oct. 14, nurses enjoyed a full day of presentations on a range of topics related to the theme of the event, “Nursing Research in the 21st Century: Current Issues and Trends.”
In addition to professors and nurses from local universities and hospitals, several Crozer-Keystone nurses made presentations, including:
- “Implementation of a Trauma Injury Prevention Program,” Kathy Lehman, R.N., director of ER3 Outreach
- “Post-Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization: Evidence-Based Standards for Outpatient Care,” John Harper, M.S.N., R.N.-BC, nursing research coordinator for Crozer-Keystone.
- “Surviving the Journey Through Sepsis: Evidence-Based Interventions and Outcomes,” Linda Palma, R.N., CEN, CNOR, program nurse for Evidence-Based Medicine at DCMH, and Judy Falcone, R.N., B.S.N., telemetry educator at DCMH.