Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Symposium
Join Cone Health to see how research generated by nurses contributes to the exceptional care provided in communities across North Carolina. Make plans today to attend our annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Symposium.
Why Attend the Symposium?
As the health care landscape rapidly changes to incorporate the needs of our communities, we must embrace a value-based continuum of care approach. Promoting a healthy community is paramount.
At the Cone Health Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Symposium, nurses and other health care providers enhance knowledge and develop strategies to integrate evidence-based practice and research into clinical practice and to create or influence health policy.
2018 Symposium Details
Managing Crisis in Healthcare: Today and in the Future
Date & Location
Friday, November 9, 2018
7:50 am – 4:45 pm (Check in begins at 7:20 am)
Greensboro Marriott Downtown, 304 N Greene St, Greensboro, NC 27401
Keynote speaker is Tomi Ogundimu MPH. Tomi Ogunddimu is the practice manager of Population Health Advisor. She offers strategic guidance and best practices on the transition path toward population health management. Her presentation, Advancing Care Transitions, will include best practices in managing patients post-discharge with an emphasis on activating on-going self-management. Key concepts of the presentation will include renewing patient engagement and incorporating components of effective care transition processes.
Pienary speaker, Ann M. Mitchell PhD RN FAAN. Dr. Ann Mitchell, Professor at the University of Pittsburg School of Nursing, will describe the current crisis state of mental health care in the United States. Her presentation will explore the concepts of prevention and intervention in suicidality. She will discuss the integration of valid and reliable suicide screening and evaluation tools into daily practice. She will share pilot data from a recent study being used to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of a crisis intervention program for survivors of suicide after the death of a family member or significant other.
Closing Speaker, Dr. Joseph Kotora. Dr. Joseph Kotora is an emergency medicine physician in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Dr Kotora will lead a presentation team addressing the origins, legal framework, and initiatives integrating military trauma systems and civilian trauma systems and in order to improve crisis care. The presentation team will include Kylee Cisneros RN and David Grovdahl EMS.
A Look Back at the 2017 Symposium
The sixth annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Symposium focused on helping patients and medical professionals manage change.