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The 2016 MONL Poster Session

The 2016 MONL Research, EBP and QI Poster Session was held on May 19, 2016 at the Turf Valley Conference Center.  This continuing education event featured research, evidence based practice (EBP) and Quality Improvement (QI) projects from across the region.  Over 30 posters were presented.  Four abstract winners were selected in the Research, EBP, QI and Nurse Residency Program (NRP) categories.  Winners received a monetary award in recognition for their work. 

 

Winners 

Research: Lisa Burrell, PhD, MSN, RN-BC, CNE, Carol Chandler, BA, MSN, RN, CENP; Laura Fletcher, MS, RN, ACNP-BC; Joan Vincent, MSN, MS, RN, NEA-BC; Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center- Medical/Surgical Nursing Work Content Analysis.
NRP: Roxann Cavey, RN, BSN, Nicki Wagner, RN; Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC)- Sleep Hygiene in the Intensive Care Unit
QI: Suzanne McHugh, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, CNML; University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center- Multidisciplinary Approach to Reduce Delirium in the ICU
EBP: Diana Proescher, MHA, BSN, RN & Patricia Saunders, MS, RN; Hanover Hospital- Clinical Pharmacist Involvement in a Multidisciplinary Care Transitions Team: Impact on 30-Day Readmission Rate in Heart Failure Patients



 

MONL Graduate Nurse Residency Program

The Annual UHC/AACC Nurse Residency Conference was held this year in Bonita Springs, Florida.  Nurse residents from across the country were invited to submit abstracts of their Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) projects.  This year, only 40 of more than 250 abstracts were selected to present at the conference. One of our Maryland residents, Gordon Han RN,BSN,CCRN from Johns Hopkins Hospital, was selected as the top project of the year. Nurse coordinators and facilitators at most of our Maryland Nurse Residency Collaborative (MNRC) hospitals also attended this free conference and learned the latest strategies in implementing the nurse residency program and began to learn how to analyze the data they receive from the unique University Health Consortium (UHC) database.  

 

 

Gordon Han RN,BSN,CCRN, one of our Nurse Residency Graduates from Johns Hopkins Hospital, won the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Poster Contest at the Annual UHC Nurse Residency Conference.  Seen in the photo are:  Deb Baker, Interim CNO from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Gordon Han (the winner!), Laura Hendricks- Jackson, Coordinator of the Nurse Residency Program at JHH, and Mary Ann Greene, Coordinator of the MNRC.  Gordon did his project with Elizabeth Zink, MS, RN, who was not at the conference. 

 

 

 

 

 

Shown here are: Lisa Groff- Paris (GBMC), Eursula David- Sherman (Shady Grove Adventist), Royanne Schumacher (Dimensions), Dominique Banks (Washington Adventist), Michelle Hopson (St Agnes), Vicki Krohn (Franklin Square), Norma Bollinger (Meritus), and Gina Orr (Franklin Square).

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Briceyda Chvez and Adiatu Bah, Nurse Residents from Washington Adventist Hospital, were poster presenters at the Nurse Residency Conference. 

 

 

   

 

Magnet Presentation on the MONL Nurse Residency program


Left to Right in photo are Joan Warren, Sherry Perkins and Mary Ann Greene
   

On October 9, in Atlanta Georgia, Joan Warren, Sherry Perkins and Mary Ann Greene presented a session on our Nurse Residency Collaborative at the 2015 Magnet Conference.  Almost 700 nurses were in attendance at the session.  The session was titled Advancing and Standardizing New Nurse Graduate Education:  Implementing a Statewide Nurse Residency Collaborative.  The session generated a great deal of interest and discussion. 

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