4060.0 Health Care Practice

Tuesday, October 28, 2008: 8:30 AM
This session will deal with collaborative nursing practice models in rural and international health care arenas. The need for nurses with specialized nursing knowledge, resources and support is a continued issue facing nurses in rural and remote regions. Nurses who choose to engage in research or practice with international colleages are well advised by the authors of one paper to continually examine personal biases and to draw heavily upon the wisdom of persons who live in the culture. Papers on family violence and teenage abuse of drugs and alcohol are also presented in this session
Session Objectives: Discuss two common themes related to current international rural nursing resarch. Discuss collaborative nursing practice models. Using the theory of planned behavior discuss, its relationship to teen drug and alcohol abuse. Describe the role of public health nursing in screening to assess family violence.
Katherine K. Kinsey, PhD, RN, FAAN

8:30 AM
8:50 AM
Public health nurses keeping seniors healthy: 2007 West Philadelphia Senior Community Center Initiative
Katherine K. Kinsey, PhD, RN, FAAN, Vanessa Smith-Doughty, MSN and Susan Pursch, MSW
9:10 AM
Utility of the theory of planned behavior for adolescent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention behavior
Carolyn L. Blue, RN, PhD, CHES, David R. Black, PhD, MPH, FAAHB, Sara Moscato Howe, MS, CHES, Daniel C. Coster, PhD and Mary Jo Peavy, CSADP, CPPE
9:30 AM
Coordinated public health response to family violence through universal screening and assessment
Martha Garcia, RN, PHN, BSN, Amelia Barile Simon, MPH, Laura A. Carter, RN, PHN, BSN, Bernadette Dragoon, RN, PHN, BSN, Elizabeth Grasse, RN, PHN, BSN, Linda Lake, RN, PHN, MSN, Terra Marroquin, MSW, Denise Thompson, MSN, CPNP, PHN and Sharney R. McLaughlin, MPH, CHES

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