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Western Institute of Nursing Research 44th Annual Conference

For immediate release
Date:    April 18, 2011
Contact:   nscomm@uw.edu, 206-221-2456

The Office of Nursing Research congratulates the nursing faculty, students and staff members  who participated in the Western Institute of Nursing Research 44th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, “Transitions: Unifying Practice, Education, and Research to Improve Health” held in Las Vegas, NV, April 13-16, 2011. The conference was well attended by UW SoN investigators who presented their work and provided research expertise in a variety of forums during the meeting.

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Of special note this year was the very well deserved recognition of Marty Lentz, Professor Emeritus, who received the Anna M. Shannon Award for Mentorship. This award is given to individuals who are exceptional mentors. The Anna M. Shannon Award was presented to Marty at the Awards luncheon on Thursday April 14th.

 Details of UW SoN contributions to the meeting are below.

Pre-Conference Session

 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH GRANTSMANSHIP FOR EARLY CAREER NURSE SCIENTISTS

Joachim Voss, PhD, RN, ACRN, Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Nursing, Biobehavioral Nursing & Health Systems, Seattle, WA

WIN Poster Presentations

Poster Session 1

Particles of Life: A Family of a Teen with Schizophrenia

Hyun Jung Kim, Karen G. Schepp

Developing Interprofessional Simulations: A Research Project

Brenda K. Zierler, Erin L. Abu-Rish

A Student's Perspective of Interprofessional Education

Erin L. Abu-Rish

Opioid Effect on Premature Infant Brain Function: A Preliminary Analysis

Lauren Thorngate, Shuyuann Wang Foreman

Function, Hopelessness, and Quality of Life among ALS Patients in Korea

Hyunjin Oh, Karen Schepp

Public Health Budget Cut Impacts on Maternal/Child Health Outcomes in Washington State

Erin L. Abu-Rish

Poster Session 2

The Development of Global Nursing Leadership

Brenda K. Zierler, Anne Hirsch*

Poster Session 3

Patterns of Parent-Child Relationship, Maternal Depression, and Adolescent Outcomes

JaHun Kim, Elaine A. Thompson

Interventions to Increase Happiness for Young Adults with Schizophrenia

Helen T. Buckland, Karen G. Schepp*

Using the Genogram to Intervene with Families with an Adolescent with Schizophrenia

Karen G. Schepp, Heeyoung Lee

Applying Personal Knowing Research to Watson's Theory of Human Care

Barbara Plovie

Poster Session 4

Portfolio Development within the NLN Core Competencies for Nurse Educators

Virginia F. Turner, Barbara Plovie

Refining an Outdoor Environment Assessment Instrument

Grace A. Kline, Barbara Cochrane

GPS-Directed Interviewing: A Technology-Drive Qualitative Approach

Shannon D. Petz, Dori Resenberg

WIN Research and Information Exchange Posters

Promoting Competencies of Advanced Practice Nurses in Care for Elders.

Belza B, Bridges E. Christianson P, Cochrane B, Demiris, G, Doorenbos A, Lee H, Lenart J, Navetta J, Nguyen H, O’Connor R, Thompson H, Tsai J, Wicklein, Sanchez H.

Feasibility of a Family History Based Intervention to Impact Perceived Risk

Imes, C

Exercise Program for Alzheimer’s Disease Patients: Staff and Caregivers’ Perceptions

Li CY, Logsdon R, Cochrane B

Community Kitchens Northwest: Cooking up Community Mayer K, Suzumura L, Vinh D.

Environmental Health Continuing Education: A Program Evaluation of FishFacts

Otter A, Anderko L.

Assessing Availability of Health Promotion Education for Childbearing Women

Petz S, Killien M

Evaluation of a Motivational Interviewing Training Course

Sieberson L, Hoyle C, Wolber T

WIN Podium Presentations

SYMPOSIUM: CREATIVE PEDAGOGY LINKS EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES

Moderator: Suzanne K. Sikma, Nursing Program, University of Washington Bothell, Bothell,

WA

Overview: Creative Pedagogy Links Education and Communities

Suzanne K. Sikma

CARE OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Noninvasive Brain Monitoring in Preterm In facts: Amplitude-integrated EEG

Shuyuann Wang Foreman, Lauren Thorngate

ISSUES RELATED TO BSN STUDENT EXPERIENCES

The Health Effects of Attending College for Latina Undergraduate Students

Jill K. Mount

METHODS: QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE

Christopher Imes, Moderator

INTERVENTIONS TO PROMOTE HEALTH I

Use of Photo-Elicitation in Exploring Illness Experiences with ALS Patients in Korea

Hyunjin Oh, Karen Schepp

The Efficacy of a Multicomponent Intervention for Adherence to Art in HIV+ Individuals

Young Ran Yang

SYMPOSIUM: ASSESSING SLEEP-WAKE PATTERNS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN

Moderator: Gail M. Kieckhefer, School of Nursing, Family and Child Department, University of

Washington Seattle, Seattle, WA

Overview: Assessing Sleep-Wake Patterns across the Life Span

Gail M. Kieckhefer

Polysomnography and Actigraphy Concordance in JIA, Asthma and Healthy Children

Teresa M. Ward, Martha Lentz*

Sleep, Respiratory Symptoms and Lung Function in Children with Asthma

Geunhye Han, Teresa Ward*

An Evaluation of Sensor Technology for Determination of Sleep and Activity

Hilaire J. Thompson, Stephen Thielke*

Amplitude-Integrated EEG: A Measure of Sleep in Preterm Infants

Shuyuann Wang Foreman, Lauren Thorngate, Karen Thomas

SYMPOSIUM: MODELING OLDER WOMEN’S HEALTH USING THE WOMEN’S

HEALTH INITIATIVE DATABASE

Moderator: Barbara Cochrane, Family and Child Nursing, University of Washington School of

Nursing, Seattle, WA

Overview: Modeling Older Women's Health Using the Women's Health Initiative Database

Barbara Cochrane, Nancy Fugate Woods*

Toward a Positive Aging Phenotype for Older Women: Concepts and Indicators

Nancy Fugate Woods, Barbara Cochrane*

Developing a Conceptual Framework of Frailty and Abuse in Older Women

Margaret W. Baker, Andrea Z. LaCroix*

Trajectories of Change in Frailty Research: Methodological Perspectives

Oleg Zaslavsky, Barbara Cochrane*

HEALTH ISSUES FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Symptom Interference with Work and Relationships during the Perimenopause

Nancy Fugate Woods, Ellen Mitchell

INTERVENTIONS TO PROMOTE HEALTH II

The Family Community Kitchen Pilot Project: Impacts and Implications

Kala A. Mayer

HEALTH OF OLDER ADULTS

Barbara Cochrane, Moderator

SYMPOSIUM: CONFRONTING ETHICAL ISSUES THROUGHOUT THE RESEARCH PROCESS

Moderator: Sarah E. Shannon, Biobehavioral Nursing & Health Systems, School of Nursing,

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, Seattle, WA

Health Services Research: Dissemination and Protection of Human Subjects

Elena O. Siegel, Sarah E. Shannon*

* Indicates there are more than two authors for a given paper. All names are listed in the proceedings.

WIN Roundtable Discussions

MEET THE EXPERTS LUNCHEON SESSIONS

Influencing Policy through Communicating Research

Marla E. Salmon

Genomics and Proteomics in Nursing

Joachim Voss

WIN Special Interest Groups

Western Consortium of Women’s Health

Nancy F. Woods