|Research on the "Evolution of Dignity" presented by Cynthia Jacelon at the October meeting
Cynthia S. Jacelon PhD RN-BC CRRN FAAN Associate Professor, Director of PhD Program, College of Nursing, Univeristy of Massachusetts, Amherst presented The Evolution of Dignity at the Beta Zeta at Large Chapter October meeting. The learning objectives were to consider the relevance of the concept of dignity in the health care of older adults and to explore the development of a systematic program of nursing research.
Informational Exhibit by Beta Zeta at large chapter at Mass Mutual Conference Center
Exhibit table at the Center for Human Development Conference-Through Her Eyes on October 23, 2014 at the Mass Mutual Conference Center, Springfield, MA.
Gail Bean, Jan Pasturzak, and Jean Walachy compiled the exhibit items.
Left-Jan P and right Jean Walachy at the Mass Mutal Center exhibit table for Beta Zeta at Large Chapter.
Pioneer Valley nurses attend Scholarship Day 2014
Joan Roche, Phd, RN President of Beta Zeta at Large Chapter welcomed the attendees. Research presentations and poster presentations by nursing students, nursing educators, and clinical staff shared their research findings.
Left: Joan Roche, Phd, RN President of Beta Zeta at Large Chapter
Right: Dr Martha Curley, keynote speaker
Cynthia Gaudet PhD(c), RN, Westfield University presented "Electronic
Bedside Documentation and Nurse-Patient Communication"; Colleen
Thibault, nursing student at American International College spoke
about "Horizontal Violence: A Student Nurse Perspective"; Olga Ehrlich,
BSN, PhD student at University of Massachusetts at Amherst reviewed " A
Hybrid Concept analysis of Pain Control" and Ruth Bushey, MSN, RN, Elms
College presented " Be Safe on Coumadin-Improving Older Adult Patient
Outcomes in the Hospital Coumadin Service Setting Through a Patient
Education Offering". Time was alloted for review of thirty poster
presentations for nursing research on health related topic