1 Annual Conference Excellence and Innovation in Nursing Education February 19-21, 2015 Lake Lanier Islands Resort 7000 Lanier Islands Parkway Buford, GA
2 Welcome to the 2015 GANE Annual Conference The theme for the 2015 conference is Excellence and Innovation in Nursing Education which was taken from our very successful 2014 conference. The Board and Planning Committee chose to repeat the theme immediately following the 2014 conference because we felt it exemplified an ongoing vision for nursing education in the state of Georgia. As in 2014, we hope you will be inspired again this year through our outstanding speakers, 40 podium and 20 plus poster presentations, networking, and just getting away with other nurse educators to relax and brainstorm! We are so pleased to have two veteran nurse educator colleagues join us as speakers, Dr. Jean Giddens and Dr. Kate Moore. In addition to the day and half of breakout sessions, we will have four preconference sessions, and for the first time two poster sessions. We are excited to branch out a bit in the pre-conference sessions to offer facilitated discussions on graduate nursing education, evaluation and testing, and the role of the hospital nurse educator. We hope you will participate in all aspects of the conference, and please do not forget to give us your feedback. We are growing and every year the conference rises to new heights, all because of you and your enthusiasm to share ideas, research, and experiences with your colleagues. Thank you for being a part of GANE and the 2015 Conference, please let one of us know if you need anything during your stay. You will find us (or our trail) at the registration table. Have fun! Ann Hallock, Chair 2015 Planning Committee
3 2015 Georgia Association for Nursing Education Annual Conference Exhibitors February 19-21, 2015 Exhibitors Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) CAE Cardionics Chamberlain College of Nursing Elsevier F. A. Davis GANE Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University Georgia College & State University Georgia Nursing Association (GNA) Georgia Regents University Kaplan Nursing Kennesaw State University Laerdal Medical Corporation Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Meridy s Uniform and Accessory Co. Piedmont College Shadow Health University of West Georgia Veininnovations Donations Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Conference Bags University of West Georgia Providing the Laptops for our presenters Pocket Nurse Enterprises, Inc. Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Sponsors One Break Reception The Program Planning Committee would like to thank our sponsors and exhibitors for participating in the 2015 Annual Conference. Your continued support of nursing education in Georgia is appreciated.
4 Key Note Speaker Jean Giddens, PhD., RN, FAAN Dean and Professor, School of Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Giddens has 30 years experience in nursing education that has included teaching in associate degree, baccalaureate degree, master s degree and doctoral degree programs in New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, and Virginia. As a consultant to nursing programs and projects across the country and author of numerous journal articles, nursing textbooks, and electronic media, Dr. Giddens is a recognized leader in nursing education. Her passion lies with innovative models for teaching and learning. Dr. Giddens is a national expert in conceptual-based teaching applications, curricula, and evaluation. She is also the author and creator of The Neighborhood, a web-based virtual community used to enhance integrative learning approaches in nursing education. Dr. Giddens was recently the principal investigator an Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) grant funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. This project is to develop a statewide plan for nursing education in New Mexico with a goal to increase access to prelicensure BSN education, increase the number of nurses educated at the BSN level or higher, and increase workforce diversity. Dr. Giddens earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Kansas, a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas at El Paso, and a doctorate in Education and Human Resource Studies from Colorado State University.
5 End Note Speaker Dr. Kate Moore, DNP, RN, CCRN, CEN, CNE, ACNP-BC, ANP-BC, GNP, BC is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University. She is the director of the Evans Center for the Caring Skills and Simulation as well as coordinator of both the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program and the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program. Dr. Moore completed the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Case Western Reserve University with her research in controlled volume resuscitation in pre-hospital trauma. She is presently a PhD candidate at the University of Kentucky, developing a mathematic model to earlier predict occult hypo-perfusion in trauma patients. Her defense is scheduled for April Dr. Moore also holds degrees from Vanderbilt University, Tennessee State University, Middle Tennessee State University and Columbia State Community College. She is triple board certified as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, an Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner and a Gerontology Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Moore maintains her acute care clinical skills by practicing as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner with the Critical Care Service at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. To maintain clinical skills in primary care, she travels throughout South and Central America working as a volunteer provider with mission teams. Dr. Moore retired from the US Army Reserve at the rank of Colonel in the Army Nurse Corps in COL Moore served with the 10th Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad, Iraq from September 2005 until November Dr. Moore performs research in the areas of volume resuscitation in trauma, hypothermia in trauma and improving access to trauma care. Her educational research includes measuring clinical competency using simulation, integration simulation into the nursing curriculum and the impact of simulation for disaster planning.
6 Excellence and Innovation in Nursing Education Thursday February 19, :00 am 5 pm: Registration Pre Conference Sessions 12:00-2:00pm: Program Evaluation 2:00-3:00pm: APRN Education 2:00-4:00pm: Test Item Analysis 3:00-4:00pm: Role of the Hospital Nurse Educator 4:00-5:30pm: Hotel Check-in/Vendors 5:30-6:30 pm: Keynote Address Dr. Giddens 6:30-7:00 pm: Poster Session A and Vendors 7:30-8:30 pm: Dinner 8:30 pm: Georgia Simulation Alliance Friday, February 20, :00-8:30am: Registration/Breakfast/Vendors 8:00-8:30am: Annual GANE Business Meeting 9:15-10:15am: Concurrent Sessions I 10:15-11:15am: Concurrent Sessions II 11:15-12:15pm: Poster Session B and Vendors 12:15-1:15pm: Awards Lunch 2:15-3:15pm: Concurrent Sessions III 3:30-4:30pm: Concurrent Sessions IV 6:30-7:30pm: ATI Reception (RSVP) Saturday, February 21, :30-8:30am: Registration/Breakfast/Vendors 8:30-9:30am: Poster Winners Display/Vendors 9:30-10:30am: Concurrent Sessions V 10:30-11:00am: Check out, snacks 11:00-12:00pm: End-Note speaker-dr. Moore 12:00pm: Wrap-up/Evaluation & Door Prizes
7 Friday, February 20, :15 10:15am: Concurrent Sessions I Session A1: Nearpod-Increase Student Engagement Utilizing Technology. Jennie Bergen, MSN, RNC-OB, Nursing Faculty, Clayton State University Session A2: Community Partnerships Facilitate the Academic Triumvirate. Anita S. Nivens, PhD, RN, FNP- BC, Armstrong State University Session B1: The Teaching-Learning Exp: Replication of Nursing Research. Charlotte Swint, DNP, FNP-BC Debra Cody, PhD, MSN, RN; Grace Nteff, DNP, FNP-BC; Helen Taggart, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC; Katrina Embrey, RN, DNS Session B2: Creative Strategies to Engage Students in the Classroom. Rachel E. Myers, PhD, RN; Judith L. Hold, EdD, RN; Camille Payne, PhD, RN; Kennesaw State University Session C1: Training Wheels for Simulation Laboratory Coordinators. Betty Speir, MS, RN, CHSE, Simulation Nurse Educator, Tanner Health System School of Nursing, The University of West Georgia; Germika Brandon RN, MSN, Simulation Nurse Educator, Tanner Health System School of Nursing, The University of West Georgia Session C2: Organizing & Operationalizing Simulation: The Day-to-Day Management of an Undergraduate Nursing Course. Amy Farmer, MSN, RN, FNP-BC; Betty Ishoy, MSN, RN-C Session D1: Promoting Civility in Nursing. Pamela Lynn Mahan, PhD., RN; Debra Hagerty, DNP, RN, NHA, CDP, FACDONA, Armstrong State University Session D2: A Conversation about Student Success: Implementing a Virtual Boot Camp to Prepare Nursing Students for OL Graduate Programs. Dianne West, BA; Mary Bishop, DNP RN NEA BC; Jean Cook, BS, MLIS, MS; Susan Welch, EdD, RN, CCRN, CNE
9 Friday, February 20, :15 11:15am: Concurrent Session II Session A1: Preparing Future Nurse Educators: A Call for Mentors. Jeffrey A. Ross, MSN, RN, CNE; Lois A. Bellflowers, MSN, RN Session A2: Breaking Barriers: A Case Study of Faculty Recruitment & Retention. Dr. Lisa Eichelberger, DSN, RN; Colleen Walters, MSN, RN, Clayton State University Session B1: Teaching RN to BSN Students Health Assessment Using DCE. Ann B. Hallock, DNP, APRN, CNP-Adult Primary Lecturer, Department of Nursing, Armstrong Atlantic State University Session B2: The Flipped Classroom: Exploration of Nurse Educators Perspectives using Q Methodology. Connie Barbour, MSN, RN Session C1: Enhancing Debriefing Through Self-Assessment. Anything Else to do? Lourdes Cody RN, MSN/ Ed; Deborah Davison, RN, MSN, University of West Georgia Session C2: The Double Win: Anxiety Results in Skills Assessment. M. Penny Ziegler, MSN, RN, CPHQ; Diana Baughman, MSN, FNP-C; Camille Payne, PhD, RN; Jackie Jones, EdD, RN Session D1: Transitions to Practice: Innovative Teaching Strategies. Laura Pinkney, MSN, RN; Grace Nteff, DNP, FNP-BC; Debra Cody, PhD, MSN, RN; Charlotte Swint, DNP, FNP-BC, Clayton State University Session D2: The Use of Research-Based Strategies and Adult learning Principles to Teach Pain Assessment & Management. Judith G. Ruvalcaba, RN, MSN, Clinical Instructor, Clayton State University
11 Friday, February 20, :15 3:15pm: Concurrent Sessions III Session A1: Predictors of Success in the Baccalaureate Nursing Program. Helen M. Taggart, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, Professor; Catherine Gilbert, EdD, RN; Katrina Embrey, DNS, RN Armstrong State University Session A2: Literature Review: Nursing Program Admission Perquisite of Certified Nursing Assistant. Nancy Capponi, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Clayton State University Session B1: A New Approach to Unfolding Case Studies. Ashley Helvig PhD, RN, CNE, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Georgia State University Session B2: Strategies for Making Nursing Research Fun! Jennell Charles, PhD, RN, CNE; Susan Ashford, PhD, FNP, CNE, Associate Professor, Clayton State University Session C1: Huddle Time: It s Not Just for Football! Jeannie Paulk, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor; Chrissy Dent, PhD (c), RN, Assistant Professor, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Session C2: I Didn t Really Know What a MEME was Until I Became One! Christine B. Berding, DNP, RN Session D1: Nursing Students Managing Multiple Standardized Patients. Amy Farmer, RN, MSN, FNP-BC; J. Michelle Crager, RN, MSN Session D2: Increasing Interprofessional Competencies via a Mock Disaster. Kenya D. Kirkendoll, MSN, MPH, RN; Joan Cranford, EdD, RN; Carol Hall Grantham, PhD, RN
13 Friday, February 20, :30-4:30pm: Concurrent Sessions IV Session A1: Faculty on Fire: Fostering Excellence in a School of Nursing. Mary Beth Maguire MSN, RN, CNE, Senior Lecturer, Kennesaw State University; Camille Payne PhD, RN, Professor of Nursing, Kennesaw State University Session A2: The Science Behind Excellence in Nursing Education. Michelle M. Byrne PhD, RN, CNE, CNOR, Professor of Nursing, University of West Georgia Session B1: Invitational Education: Building Teacher-Learner Connections. Terri P. Worthey, PhD, RN Georgia Gwinnett College, Assistant Professor Session B2: South Korean/Clayton State University Partnership. Sue E. Odom, RN, PhD, CNE Barbara Wiggs, MSN, RN Clayton State University, School of Nursing, Session C1: Student Reflections on Simulation Experiences. Sherry Warnock, MSN, ACNS-BC Instructor; Helen Taggart, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, Professor Armstrong State University Session C2: Tales of Clinical Simulation: I Didn t Know There Would Be Clowns. Dona Ferguson, MSN, RN, CNE Susan Greer, MSN, RN Session D1: Virtual Precepting of an MSN Nurse Educator. Lindsay Allred, BSN, RN Betty Ishoy, MSN, RN-C Session D2: Virtual Mentoring-Inspire Excellence & Innovation in an OL Program. Susan Welch, Ed.D, RN, CCRN, CNE Laurie Jowers Ware, PhD, RN, CNL
15 Saturday, February 21, :30-10:30am: Concurrent Sessions V Session A1: How to Get Away With Transforming Nursing Education. Diane E. White PhD, RN, CCRN, Sharon Grason, PhD(c), RN, TNCC & Amanda Reichert, MSN, RN Session A2: Veteran and Military Students: Are We Doing Enough? Kelly L. Dyar, MSN, RN, CNN Instructor of Nursing, Georgia Perimeter College Session B1: VACANT Session B2: Assessment of Cultural Competence Through Participation in a Transcultural Care Class. Joy Humphrey, DNP, RN, Assistant Professor; Paula Bryant, MSN, RN, Senior Lecturer; Jayme Roseth, MSN, RN, Retention Specialist, Georgia Southwestern State University Session C1: Customizing Grading Rubrics for Simulation. Amy Farmer and Betty Ishoy UWG Session C2: Integrating Simulation in a Family Nurse Practitioner Program. Deb Dumphy MS, IBCLC, NPC, DNP-student, Duke University, Lecturer, University of North Georgia; Katie Parrish RN, MS, CNE, CHSE, Simulation Lab Manager, University of North Georgia; Carolynn DeSandre PhD, CNM, FNP-C, Assistant Professor, University of North Georgia Session D1: Excellence in Service Learning & Duffy s Quality-Caring Model. Maryanne T. Sandberg, MSN, RN Session D2: Service Learning: Jumping OUT of the Hospital Box! Diane Wise, MSN, RN, CNM, Faculty, University of West Georgia
17 Poster Presentations Thursday, February 19, 2015 Poster Session A 6:30 pm 7:30 pm Title Engaging Nursing Students Through Virtual Simulation Patient and Peer Assisted Learning Using an Aquarium and Pump to Demonstrate Cardiac Function Sensitizing Pre-licensure BSN Students to Cultural Competency The Learning Environment: Test Taking Strategies Symposium Clinical Judgment in Nursing Students and the DNT Model Critical Thinking: What is it and how do we get our students to play a more active role in becoming critical thinkers. Presenter Nancy Capponi MSN, RN Assistant Professor of Nursing Clayton State University, Morrow, GA Katie Morales, RN, MSN, BC, CNE, CCRN Instructor Berry College, Mount Berry, GA Josephine Kamera MSN, RN Assistant Professor of Nursing Middle Georgia State College, Macon, GA Susan Michele Blankenship, MSN, RN-BC Doctoral Student University West GA, Carrollton, GA Kristie Douglas, DNP, RN-BC Assistant Professor Shorter University School of Nursing, Rome, GA Christina D. Brazier MSN, RN Toni White MSN, RN West GA Tech Electronic Toolkit of Teaching Strategies Manuscript Style Dissertations: Innovation in Nursing Education Patsy J. Butts MSN, RN, COS-C Assistant Professor of Nursing Tanner Health System of Nursing University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA Susan Welch, EdD, RN, CCRN, CNE Michelle Byrne PhD, RN, CNOR, CNE Laurie Jowers Ware, PhD, RN, CNL The Clinical Training Specialist: A Preceptor Development Program Joan B. Carllisle PhD, Rn, PPCNP-BC Associate Professor Tanner Health System School of Nursing University of West GA, Carrollton, GA
18 Poster Presentations Thursday, February 19, 2015 Poster Session A 6:30 pm 7:30 pm Title Factors Influencing Nurses to Return to School in an Online Environment Educating Nursing Students Regarding Enteral Feedings Presenter Tammy McClenny, MSN, RN Jamie Carter, MSN, RN Roxanne Johnson, MSN, RN Shorter University, Rome GA Joyce K. Tate, MSN, Rn, CNOR Armstrong State University Engaging nursing Students in Clinicals with Innovative Clinical Learning Strategies Nancy Capponi, MSN,RN Josephine Kamera, MSN, RN Judith Rualcaba, MSN,RN Clayton State University
19 Poster Presentations Friday, February 20, 2015 Poster Session B 11:15 am 12:15 pm Title The Impact of Social Media on Social Presence and Student Satisfaction in Nursing Education Web-Based EBP Educational Intervention for Pediatric Nurses Presenter Holly N. Hollis EdD, RN Assistant Professor of Nursing Wesleyan College, Macon, GA Natasha Laibhen-Parkes, RN, CPN, PhD Clinical Assistant Professor Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University, Atlanta, GA Measurement of Engagement, Connectedness and Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Persistence in an Online Graduate Nursing Program Implementation of Electronic Records in Fundamentals Mary Bishop DPN, RN, NEA, BC, CNL Laurie Ware PhD, CNL Cynthia Epps PhD, CNE Susan Welch EdD, CNE Lisa Robinson, DNP, NP, BC University of West GA, Carrollton, GA Christy Skinner RN, MSN, CNE, Assistant Professor of Nursing Rebecca Morgan RN, MSN, Assistant Professor of Nursing Amy Yarbrough RN, MSN, Assistant Professor of Nursing Gordon State College, Barnesville, GA Nursing: A Foundational Career for Entrepreneurship Life Among the Millennials: A New Culture in Nursing Education David A. Martin RN, CRNFA Pie Hulsey, PhD, CNM, FNP-C, MSN, RN Georgia Southwestern State University Americus, GA Virtual Writing Assistance: Promoting Success of Graduate Students Through the Use of a Virtual Writing Assistance Excellence and Innovation: Collaborating with University Partners to Offer Experiential Curricular Development TEAMSTEPPS: Implication for Nurse Educators Dianne West, BA Laurie Jower Ware, PhD, RN, CNL Susan Welch, EdD, RN, CCRN, CNE Susan Welch, EdD, RN, CCRN, CNE Susan A. Walsh PhD, RN Michelle Byrne PhD, RN, CNOR, CNE M Lyn Spink RN. BSN Melissa Downs RN, BSN Laurie Culbertson RN, BSN
20 Georgia Association for Nursing Education Executive Board Members NAME POSITION PHONE/ Susan Welch University of West Georgia Ann Hallock Armstrong State University President President-Elect Margie Johnson Georgia College Vice-President Ellen Elder Georgia Southwestern State Secretary (cell) Susan Ashford Treasurer Melvin Buck Consumer Member Doreen Wagner Kennesaw State GANS Consultant (work) Pauline Nelson GNA Liaison Lourdes Cody University of West Georgia Director-at-Large Germika H. Brandon University of West Georgia Deborah Nutt Georgia Regents Atlanta Area Regional Director Northeast Regional Director (work) Opal Schlicht Northwest Regional Director Vacant Southeast Regional Director Rhonda Slocumb Georgia Southwestern Donna Ingram Middle Georgia State Southwest Regional Director Central Regional Director (cell) (cell)
21 Georgia Association for Nursing Education Executive Board Members NAME POSITION PHONE/ Ann Hallock Program Planning Committee Chair Linda Barber Bylaws Committee Chair Elizabeth Boatright Scholarship and Awards Committee Chair Amy Moore Strategic Planning Committee Chair Christi Laurent Anne Cadet Marketing and Public Relations Committee Co-chair Co-chair Kathleen Morales Nominating Committee Chair
22 Georgia Association for Nursing Education Program Planning Name Position Phone/ Ann Hallock Chair Ellen Elder Mary Anne Shepherd Susan Ashford Vickie Stuckey Annette Jackson Katie Parrish Germika Brandson Rhonda Slocumb Joy Humphrey Becky Gee Susan Welch Lourdes Cody Sharon Chalmers Registration Chair Program Chair CEU Chair Pam Mahan Opal Schlicht Chrissy Dent Helen Taggart Christy Skinner Margie Johnson Margie Wright Betty Jo Speir Dona Ferguson Wendy Martin Crystal L. Carithers Therese Binfon Donna Ingram Melissa Harrison Abstract Chair Abstract Co-Chair Vendor Chair Vendor Co-Chair Rhonda Slocumb Signage Sharon Brantley Flash Drives Lourdes Codey Pre-Conference Mel Buck Gloria Buck Gloria Buck Debbie Amasopn Facilities Door Prizes Tammy Condrey Room Monitors Gail Jones Dell Miller Collen Walders Sheryl Winn At Large
23 Conference evaluations and certificates are online again this year! Here is how it works: On February 18 th, GANE will place an option on the official GANE website called Conference Evaluations. So go to: and click on the Conference Evaluations option You will need to log into the evaluation site. A specific username and password will be ed to you on February 18 th. The will come from Express Evaluations, GANE s online evaluations provider. So look for an from Your username will be your address, the one you used to register for this event. Your password will be gane When you get logged in: Vendors: Click on and complete the Vendor Evaluation Attendees: Evaluate each Session you attended, this accumulates your contact hours Complete the Overall Evaluation of the GANE conference Lastly, click on Certificate; create your certificate and download/print it That s it! You can log in and out as many times as you like, evaluating the conference as you attend sessions. Or complete the evaluations at a later date. Lastly, you have to click on Certificate in order for your contact hours to be posted. An application was approved by the Georgia Nurses Association Continuing Education Review Committee for 13 CEUs. Please call
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