2015 Dean's Research Day Recap
Read more about 2015 Dean's Research Day activities and poster winners, plus photos!
Monday, March 30, 2015
U-M North Campus Research Complex (NCRC), Building 18 Dining Hall
Nursing Continuing Education:
Credits provided. See below.
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Keynote Address: The Fifth Annual Brouse Lecture
The Fifth Annual Brouse lecture and keynote address was presented by Susan G. Dorsey, PhD, RN, FAAN,
University of Maryland School of Nursing. Dr. Dorsey’s basic and translational program of research in the molecular, cellular and genetic mechanisms underlying the development and persistence of chronic pain has been continuously funded by the NIH and the American Pain Society. She is the principal investigator of the NINR P30-funded University of Maryland Center for Pain Studies. Her currently funded R01 supports pre-clinical mechanistic and interventional studies designed to identify new therapeutic targets that can be used to improve or ameliorate antiretroviral-associated neuropathic pain.
The Annual Brouse Lecture is made possible through generous donation by Suzanne H. Brouse, PhD, RN, who received her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Michigan in 1958.
A poster session showcased ongoing and recently completed studies on a variety of health science topics.
A panel of three experts presented their research:
Janean Holden, PhD, RN, FAAN, UMSN Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Ellen Lavoie Smith, PhD, APRN, AOCN, UMSN Assistant Professor
Carmen R. Green, MD, University of Michigan, Anesthesiology
Moderator: Stephen Strobbe, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CARN-AP, UMSN Clinical Associate Professor.
University of Michigan Health System Professional Development & Education (OH-043, 03/01/16) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission on Accreditation.
3.5 nursing contact hours provided.
About the Event
Nursing research is at the core of advancing health care. As a champion of nursing research that has impact, Dean Kathleen Potempa organized an initiative in 2009 to bring together the nursing community for a day dedicated to research. Dean Potempa's goal was not only to provide an additional forum for faculty; she also wanted to give students at all levels an opportunity to present their research, igniting and fueling their own research ambitions. Now an annual event at the school, Dean's Research Day remains a way for faculty, students, and university health care professionals to share the impact of their research, while hearing new perspectives and forging collaborative partnerships.
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