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2022 Virtual INNRS Schedule

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Join nursing researchers from diverse disciplines as they discuss their work. Topics at the 2022 symposium will include:

  • Biomarkers in Alzheimer's Disease
  • Pupillometry
  • Telemedicine
  • Family-Centered Care
  • Intracranial Pressure
  • End-of-Life

 

Schedule

All times are in the Eastern time zone (EDT). No content will be recorded. Discussion and moderated Q&A will follow every two speakers.

Saturday, August 20, 2022

Welcome & Introduction

3:30 pm EDT

Symposium hosts: DaiWai Olson, PhD RN CCRN FNC and Mary Guanci, MSN RN SCRN CNRN


Prognostication in Devastating Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Will leveraging Health-related Quality of Life of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Survivors Improve Goals Of Care Decision Making?

3:40 pm EDT

Lourdes Carhuapoma, MS RN ACNP-BC CCRN

Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations

3:50 pm EDT

Patrice Lindsay, PhD RN


Moderated Questions

4:00 pm EDT


Spasticity Symptom Clusters Trajectory in Stroke Patients

4:10 pm EDT

Rozina Bhimani, PhD DNP APRN CNP CNE CRRN

Zero-Calibrating External Ventricular Drains: Exploring Practice

4:20 pm EDT

Karen Pratt, MSN APRN NP-C CCRN


Moderated Questions

4:30 pm EDT

Poster Session

4:40 - 5:10 pm EDT


Relationship Between Inflammatory Markers and Outcome in Geriatric Traumatic Brain Injury

5:10 pm EDT

Hilaire J. Thompson, PhD RN APRN AGACNP-BC CNRN FAAN

Family-Centred Care in Inpatient Rehabilitation: An Ethnographic Study

5:20 pm EDT

Theresa Green, PhD RN


Moderated Questions

5:30 pm EDT


Telemedicine in Rainforest: Leading the RT-PA Treatment Around Brazil - An Experience Report

5:40 pm EDT

Rennan Ribeiro, BSN RN CCRN CNRN ENLS

Biomarkers and Risk Factors in the Development of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease in Older Adults

5:50 pm EDT

Jiayue Bella Xiong, BSN PhD(c)


Moderated Questions

6:00 pm EDT

Networking

6:10 - 6:40 pm EDT

Poster Session

6:40-7:10 pm EDT


Living with Stroke During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study from the Clinical Context

7:10 pm EDT

Sirajudeen Sireen Begum, RN

Challenges and Opportunities in Stroke Nursing Research: Global Views from a Panel of Nurse Researchers

7:20 pm EDT

Sheena Ramazanu, PhD, MClinRes, BSc. (Hons) Nursing, Diploma in Nursing, RN


Moderated Questions

7:30 pm EDT


Top Rated Poster Abstract Presentation: The Impact a Traumatic Brain Injury Has on Females as it Relates to Social Integration: Scoping Review

7:40 pm EDT

Denise Rios, MSN RN ACNP-BC PhD(c)

Moderated Questions

7:50 pm EDT


Networking

7:55-8:25 pm EDT


Sunday, August 21, 2022

Welcome

9:15 am EDT


Implementation Science to Approach to Advance Automated Pupillometry Use in Neurocritical Care

9:30 am EDT

Molly McNett, PhD RN CNRN FNCS FAAN

What is the Future of International Neuroscience Nursing Research?

9:40 am EDT

Michele Grigaitis-Reyes, DNP FNP-BC CNRN FAAN & Lori Rhudy, PhD APRN CNS ACNS-BC CNRN


Moderated Questions

9:50 am EDT


Pupil Light Reflex for the Assessment of Analgesia in Critically Ill Sedated Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Preliminary Study

10:00 am EDT

Caroline Arbour, PhD RN

Epilepsy Care Delivery During COVID-19 in Resource Limited Countries

10:10 am EDT

Jane von Gaudecker, PhD RN AGCNS FAES


Moderated Questions

10:20 am EDT


Poster Session

10:30-11:00 am EDT


Performing a Multi Center Trial During Pandemics: Lessons Learned

11:00 am EDT

Peter Nydahl, PhD RN BScN MScN

A Latent Class Analysis of End-of-Life Health Care Service Needs Among Children with Neurological Conditions

11:10 am EDT

Lisa Lindley, PhD RN FPCN FAAN


Moderated Questions

11:20 am EDT


Stroke Family Caregiver Life Changes During COVID

11:30 am EDT

Elaine Miller, PHD MN BSN RN CRRN FAAN FAHA

Facilitating Interprofessional Communication in Daily Clinical Practice – Where Does Germany Stand?

11:40 am EDT

Franciska Grauer, RN


Moderated Questions

11:50 am EDT


Specialization and Scope of Practice in AANN, 1969-2000: Right Hand of the Physician to Nurse Scientist

12:00 pm EDT

Elizabeth Hundt, PhD APRN ACNS-BC NP-C


Moderated Questions and Closing Remarks

12:10 pm EDT


Networking

12:20-12:50 pm EDT

 

Continuing Education Information

The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP: 13331).

Successful completion: Participants must be registered for the conference and attend the session(s). Attendees can be awarded 1 CE contact hour for every 60 minutes of educational content they attend and evaluate. Each participant will receive a username and password to complete an online evaluation. Participants must complete an overall conference evaluation to receive CE contact hours.