3419.0 Quality of PHN Research and Practice

Monday, November 8, 2010: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Various aspects of research and practice involving diverse populations are explained during this session. Public health nursing competencies, collaboration in an infant mortality review, analysis of a multidisciplinary house call approach to care with mentally ill populations and a family oral health partnership are all described.
Session Objectives: The audience will be able to 1. Analyze importance of collaboration in public health nursing practice and research. 2. Describe ways to reduce disparities through quality research and practice.
Joan Bold, BSN, MEd, PhD(student)

FIMR: Effective community collaboration lead by PHN's
Sarah 'Jodi' Shaefer, PhD, RN and Kathleen A. Buckley, MSN, CNM
Integrated Health Care without Walls (IHC-WOW) House Calls: Innovative collaborative model of delivering health care to individuals with serious mental illness
Marjorie Charles-Damte, MS, NP-BC, Judith Lloyd Storfjell, PhD, RN, Kathy Christiansen, PhD,RN, Marsha Snyder, PhD, CNS, Judith Mc Devitt, PhD, RN and Emily S. Brigell, MS, RN

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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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