Connect 2014 ePosters

The following ePosters were presented at Connect 2014. Click the poster title to link to the ePoster online.

See Abstract Booklet for ePoster abstracts.

Poster #

Poster Title

(Click title to open poster)
 

Presenters (see Conference Program for All Authors & Affiliations and Abstracts) Program available as download at bottom of this page
1

Factors that influence acute care nurses’ delirium management of older adults: An exploratory study

Cheryl Chan
2

Innovations in Research with Medically Fragile Populations: Using Bulletin Board Focus Groups

Karen Cook
3

Optimizing Mealtime Experiences in a Residential Care Setting: An Evidence-Informed Practice Innovation at Interior Health

Heather Readman
4

Integration of Prevention into Chronic Disease Management Models of Care

Lauren Currie
5

Supporting Decision-Making in Whole Genome/Exome Sequencing (WGS/ES): Parents’ Perspectives

Karen Li
6

Health Service Delivery Integration for Rural Older Adults with Atrial Fibrillation: Patient and Provider Perspectives

Lauren Gardner
7

College Students, The Flu Vaccine and Their Willingness to Utilize it as a Health Promotion Measure

Linda Gomez
8

Experiences of recently-arrived, non-literate, non-English-speaking refugee women accessing healthcare in Greater Vancouver

Annette Floyd
9

Processes of Transforming Primary Health Care in a Rural and Northern Health Region

Martha MacLeod
10

Research-Competencies Assessment Instrument for Nurses (R-CAIN)

Anastasia Mallidou
11

From New Grad To Nurse: Using Evidence To Optimize Transitions For Nurses At The Point Of Care

Diane Northway
12

Facilitating the Integration of Nurse Practitioners in Primary Healthcare

Nelly D. Oelke
13

Evidence review of classroom teaching methods used to develop clinical reasoning skills in nursing students

Cheryl Van Vliet-Brown
14

Helping Mothers Identify and Estimate Milk Transfer after Breastfeeding their Preterm Infant

Danette Zanatta
  Conference Program and ePoster Abstract Booklet (.pdf)  

 

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