Annual Nursing Research Conference
The Sixth Annual Nursing Research Conference was held on October 13, 2006.
The Center welcomed Sarah Jo Brown, RN, PhD, as the keynote speaker this year. Dr. Brown is the author of "Knowledge for Health Care Practice: A Guide to Using Research Evidence." She is a consultant for Practice-Research Integrations in Norwich, Vermont and Director of Research for the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON). Dr. Brown has published several articles in peer-review journals. Her presentation was titled: "Translational Research for Today."
The opening remarks were shared by Marty Riehle, RN, BSN, MBA, CNAA, BC, Associate Vice President of Nursing at Maine Medical Center, and Kathy Dyer, RN, BSN, President of Kappa Zeta at-large chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. The podium presentations were given by Joanne Chapman and Deb Dolan, Kelly Lancaster, Jennifer Morton, Danielle Poulin, Sue Reeder, Tania Strout, Nina Swan, Tammy Whiting, and Barbara Winship. There were a total of 33 poster presentations in the exhibit which included local presenters as well as several from Central Vermont Hospital.
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