CON Faculty Accomplishments
Oct 29, 2018 12:00 AM
This past week, good things happened to:
Gwen Latendresse presented at OB/GYN Grand Rounds on Thursday, October 25. The title of her presentation was “Perinatal Mental Health: An update on state & institutional initiatives, resources, treatment, & research.”
Michelle Litchman was highlighted this week by the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Michelle’s work as both a clinician and research scientist was covered. Check it out!
Leissa Roberts presented at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)Academic Nursing Leadership Conference on Saturday, October 27th, on the faculty practice partnership between the University of Utah College of Nursing and the Juvenile Justice System (JJS). As you recall, the University of Utah CON is being recognized with the AACN’s Exemplary Academic- Practice Partnership Award, which we will officially receive today during an awards presentation.
Courtney Passey, a 4th semester University of Utah CON pre-licensure student, was one of the University of Utah Homecoming Royalty (pictured on the bottom row, far left). Courtney is scheduled to complete our baccalaureate program this December and is currently doing her capstone clinical experience at Primary Children’s in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. She started out as one of our Nursing Early Assurance Program (NEAP) students.
Rebecca Wilson presented a workshop entitled “Organizational Learning and In-Situ Simulation” at the Utah Simulation Coalition Conference.
Hot off the press . . . or at least close:
Supiano, K. (2018). The role of theory in understanding grief. Routledge. Death Studies, p 1-4.
Gaffney, D. K., Hashibe, M., Kepka, D., Maurer, K. A., & Werner, T. L. (2018). Too many women are dying from cervix cancer: Programs and solutions. Gynecologic Oncology.
Wallace, A. S., Pierce, N. L., Davisson, E., Manges, K., & Tripp-Reimer, T. (2018). Social resource assessment: Application of a novel communication tool during hospital discharge. Patient Education and Counseling.