This research forum has proven to be an extraordinary contribution to the professional growth of nurses and other health care professionals.
The range of topics presented through workshops, podium, and poster sessions is broad and represents the diversity of research and evidence-based practice initiatives being conducted in a variety of clinical settings.
We look forward to continued collaboration and success in discovering and strengthening relationships that promote research and scholarship in clinical practice.
Following this symposium, the participant should be able to:
- Generate ideas about changes in practice, education, and administration that could improve patient outcomes in the future.
- Describe the variety of healthcare research and evidence-based practice projects through podium presentation sessions.
- Identify strategies, tools, and resources for successful clinical research and evidence-based practice initiatives.
- Examine research and evidence-based practice changes presented by poster sessions.
Professional healthcare providers and students in fields of practice or study of nursing, medicine, nutritional services, pharmacy, social work, rehabilitation services, respiratory, occupational and physical therapy, and other healthcare related areas are invited.
Friday 1, 2013
Michael R. Bleich, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Maxine and Bob Fox Dean and Professor, Goldfarb School of Nursing; Vice President, Barnes-Jewish College Health System, St. Louis, MO
From Inquiry to Evidence: The IOM Future of Nursing Report and its Influence on Practice
Diane J. Skiba, PhD, FAAN, FACMI;Professor and Healthcare Informatics Option Coordinator, University of Colorado, College of Nursing, Aurora, CO
The Learning Healthcare System: Rethinking Evidence
For detailed agenda information, please view the research symposium brochure.
Continuing Nursing Education Credit: Continuing nursing education contact hours are pending and will be awarded to participants who attend the course in its entirety and complete an evaluation.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: In order to communicate and secure our numbers with the hotel, we must close registration at 10PM on February 25, 2012. Registrations will be accepted at the door, but a $10 fee will be assessed.
WALK IN REGISTRATIONS ONLY ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME: Please Download the Registration Form and bring to event to facilitate on site registration.
Parking in the garage adjacent to the hotel will be free of charge to Symposium attendees. Should you decide to use this option, be sure to bring your parking ticket into the front desk of the hotel for validation at the front desk. If you do not to do this, you will have to pay $5 upon exiting the parking structure.
Renaissance Denver Hotel, 3801 Quebec Street Denver, CO 80207
Parking in the garage adjacent to the hotel will be free of charge to Symposium attendees. Should you decide to use this option, be sure to bring your parking ticket into the front desk of the hotel for validation at the front desk. If you neglect to do this, you will have to pay $5 upon exiting the parking structure.