3060.0 Public Health Nursing Roundtables

Monday, November 9, 2009: 8:30 AM
This session focuses on current issues of concern to public health nurses. Roundtable discussions will focus on best practices and strategies related to leadership, communication, scholarship, nurse managed health centers, education, accreditation, and funding opportunities and grantsmanship. In addition, national and regional response efforts to the H1N1 virus will be discussed by local, state, and national leaders in public health nursing.
Session Objectives: 1. Discuss two innovative strategies for sharing information with communities. 2. Describe two best practices for building strong partnerships with communities. 3. Discuss at least two ways nurses can provide leadership in nursing education, research, or practice.
Sonda Oppewal, PhD, RN

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Field guide for publishing without perishing
Sarah E. Abrams, PhD, RN and Judith Hays, PhD, RN
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Emerging Leaders in public health nursing: Mentorship and graduate programs
Debra Gay Anderson, RN, PhD, Sarah E. Kelly, RN, PhD, Amanda T. Fallin, MSN, RN and Rita Lourie
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National study of Quad Council competencies: Integration of ethics and diversity education in baccalaureate nursing programs
Anne Watson Bongiorno, PhD, APRN, CNE, Margaret Mullarkey, MS, RN, Elizabeth A. Riegle, RN, MS, Donna (Danuta) Clemmens, PhD RN, Maria A. Fletcher, RN, PhD and Noreen Nelson, PhD (c), RN
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H1N1: Public health response at the local level
Diane Downing, RN, PhD, Jeanne A. Matthews, PhD, RN, Claire Dobbins, MS, RN and Theresa Heaton, MPH, BSN

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Organized by: Public Health Nursing

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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