Connect 2012 ePosters

The following ePosters were presented at Connect 2012. Click the poster title to link to the ePoster online.

Presenter(s)' InspireNet database profiles are linked in bold. See Abstract Booklet for ePoster abstracts.

Poster Title & Link to ePoster

Authors

1. Understanding Older Adults’ Decision-Making Related to Undergoing an Innovative, Minimally-Invasive Cardiac Procedure
  • Leslie Achtem, BSN, RN, CCN(C)
  • Sandra Lauck , MSN, RN, CCN(C)
  • Jacqueline Forman, BSN, RN
  • Jennifer Baumbusch, RN, PhD, Assistant Professor & Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar, UBC School of Nursing
  • Kristin Kernaghan, BA
  • Annes Song, BSc
2. Optimal bariatric obstetrical care: investigating existing practices and women's and health care providers' perspectives
  • Helen Brown, Assistant Professor University of British Columbia School of Nursing
  • Amy Cronmiller, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Maternity, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver
  • Stephanie Gee, RN, Maternity, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver
  • Jenna Baumgartner, RN, Maternity, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver
3. Exploration of staffs’ perceptions of the use of bed alarms on the Aspen unit at St. Vincent’s Langara Residential Care
  • Karima Kurji, Clinical Nurse Leader for Aspen unit at St. Vincent’s Langara
  • Bina Randhawa, Registered Nurse for Aspen unit at St. Vincent’s Langara
  • Jane Wong, Registered Nurse for Aspen unit at St. Vincent’s Langara
  • Jo-Ann Tait, Operations Leader for Youville Residence and mentor
CANCELLED:
Promoting Positive Body Image in Adolescents: A Literature Review
  • Leah Wilson, Masters’ Student, School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Anastasia A. Mallidou, Assistant Professor (Limited Term), School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
4. Optimizing Nursing Roles in Primary Care Settings
  • Nelly D. Oelke, PhD RN, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
  • Amanda Wilhelm MA, Research and Evaluation Consultant;
  • Karen Jackson MEd RN, Senior Research and Evaluation Consultant;
  • Esther Suter, Director, Workforce Research and Evaluation Workforce Research and Evaluation, Alberta Health Services
5. Women’s Lived Experiences with Heart Disease in Northwestern Ontario (NWO)
 
  • Paulette Lacroix, RN, HBScN, MPH, PC Lacroix Consulting Inc., President, Xi Eta Chapter of STTI
6. Simulated Education Approaches to Enhance Collaborative Healthcare: A Best Practices Review
 
  • Natalie L. Murdoch, BSc, RN, MSN , Instructor, School of Nursing ,University British Columbia Okanagan
7. Qualitative exploration of St. Vincent’s Hospitals, Langara Residential Interdisciplinary Team Admission (“moving in”) Process
 
  • Paramjit Kalkat, Occupational Therapist St. Vincent’s Hospitals, Langara Residence
  • Kit Chan, Clinical Dietitian, St. Vincent’s Hospitals, Langara Residence
  • Vashti Timmermans, Clinical Dietitian, St. Paul’s Hospital, Diabetes Centre
  • Karima Kurji, Registered Nurse, St. Vincent’s Hospitals, Langara Residence
  • Maura MacPhee (mentor), Assistant Professor, UBC/Applied Science/Nursing
8. Social Media in Healthcare: Creation of a Social Media Policy to Guide Appropriate Usage
 
  • Tom Ying, BSc, BSN, RN, Masters in Nursing and Masters in Health Informatics Candidate-2014. Co-op student, Professional Practice Office, Providence Health Care.
  • Val Cartmel. MA, RN. Practice Consultant, Clinical Informatics Professional Practice Office, Providence Health Care.
  • Justin Karasick. BBA. Communications & Public Affairs Director, Providence Health Care
9. Systematic Reviews: The Joanna Briggs Institute Model
 
  • Anastasia A. Mallidou, Assistant Professor (Limited Term), School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Lynne Young, Professor, School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Kathryn Paul, Librarian, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
10. Rates of Depression on an Inpatient HIV Unit
  • Jane McCall, MSN, RN, Nurse educator, HIV Program, St. Paul's Hospital, Providence Health Care
11. The Evidence Informed Practice Innovations (EVIP-In) Study: Bring practice and research communities together through action research
 
  • Katrina Plamondon, Interior Health
  • Linda Gomez, Selkirk College
  • Natalie Murdoch, University of BC
  • Shannon Shah, Selkirk College
  • Eileen Smith, Interior Health
  • Ann Ungaro, Interior Health
12. Bed-sharing in Infancy
  • Cammie Lewis, RN, BSN, Masters’ Student (Nurse Practitioner), School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Anastasia A. Mallidou, Assistant Professor (Limited Term), School of Nursing, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
In addition to the above ePosters, some InspireNet Action Teams will also be presenting ePosters to inform you of their team's work.
13. iPANEL: Initiative for a Palliative Approach in Nursing: Evidence & Leadership Leaders: Darcee Bidgood, Ami Bitschy
14. NEARR: Nursing Education and Research Rounds Leader: Aggie Black
15. Nurse Educators’ Scholarship Leaders: Penny Cash, Betty Tate
16. Practice-Based Research Leaders: Aggie Black, Charlene Ronquillo
17. Students Leaders: Maura MacPhee, Jae-Young Kwon
18. First Nations Health Leaders: Denise Thomas, Janine Stevenson
Other teams presenting an ePoster:
19. Knowledge to Action Team Leaders: Grace Mickelson, Anastasia Mallidou

Other presentations during the ePoster session:

  • One on One Members' Database Tutorials (see above)
  • Vancouver Coastal Health Library Services Demonstrations (see above)
Conference Program and ePoster Abstract Booklet (.pdf)

 

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