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1 PROGRAM 2017 ACHNE Annual Institute Developing and Supporting Leadership in Public Health Nursing Practice and Education June 8-10, 2017 Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD

2 Welcome! On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE) and the Program Planning Committee, welcome to the 2017 ACHNE Annual Institute. The theme of the Annual Institute this year is: Developing and Supporting Leadership in Public Health Nursing Research, Practice and Education. The emphasis this year is on you, the educator, researcher, practitioner, or student. The program has been designed to provide new and renewed knowledge, skills, and abilities for each attendee to apply upon returning home as we turn our attention to population health. The conference will open with a welcome reception and an opportunity for us to welcome new members and attendees to the Institute. At the reception will be the first opportunity to pursue the many posters being presented at the Institute. As a new feature, the posters will also be presented in concurrent sessions so that the presenters and the attendees will have more time and opportunity to explore the poster topics of interest to all. Continuing education units will be awarded for participating in these sessions, and of course, for the total conference as appropriate. Focusing on the theme and the institute objectives, the program will include nationally recognized speakers and a panel presentation, as well as presentations from our own members. Many podium presentations and poster presentations have been selected to help public health nurses in research, practice and in academia recognize the importance of the conference objectives and how we can share in meeting these objectives. The institute will begin with two pre-conference workshops this year. One workshop is organized around a request from members for more discussion about writing for publication. The second workshop will focus on neighborhood and community resilience, and will include a bus tour of select Baltimore areas. The plenary session on Friday will expand our ability regarding: Moving the Needle: Influencing the Future of Healthcare through Enhanced Public Health Nursing Content in the Curriculum and will offer attendees the opportunity to participate in activities and discussions about integration of the concepts presented. There are many opportunities for sharing, socializing, and renewal again this year. Two events for socializing are the Wake up and Walk with the president of ACHNE and the popular event held for two years, a social outing with old and new friends while enjoying the culinary delights of Baltimore at the Friday Night Meet, Greet and Eat event. Please remember to attend the awards luncheon on Friday to help us celebrate those being honored. Also enjoy breakfast, breaks, lunches and exhibits and share with others your thoughts about the presentations and events. We hope you will enjoy, learn something new, share your expertise, relax, make new friends and renew friendships at the Annual Institute this year. Marion Donohoe, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC President Marcia Stanhope, PhD, RN, FAAN Vice President and Program Committee Chair 2

3 General Information Registration/Information Desk Hours: Thursday, June 2, 2017 Friday, June 3, 2017 Saturday, June 4, 2017 Purpose 7:30 am 7:00 pm 7:00 am 5:30 pm 7:00 am 12:00 pm To provide community/public health nurses in practice, education, and research an environment to continue their career development while developing and refining their knowledge, skills, and abilities in leadership. By applying strategies to influence and change public health nursing practice and education, leaders learn to promote population health and advocate for inter-professional networking that clarifies the needs of global health and a nationwide culture of health. Leaders learn the importance of participating locally and globally to influence healthy public policy agendas. Conference Objectives 1. Explore methods to participate, promote, and develop a national public health nursing education and healthy public policy agenda to influence future health care delivery. 2. Examine processes and approaches for engaging in local, regional, national advocacy to promote public health nursing education and the role in population health. 3. Develop communication and decision making strategies for managing change for benefits of students, community and populations. 4. Engage in collaboration and inter-professional networking to promote health in global communities and the public health nursing workforce. 5. Evaluate the role of mentoring in career management. 6. Assess processes for becoming involved in local, state, national and international taskforces, committees, and boards to influence change. Continuing Education This activity has been submitted to the Alabama State Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Alabama State Nurses Association is accredited as an approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors Gold Sponsor Gold Sponsor Water Bottles 3

4 A Special Thanks to the 2017 ACHNE Leaders Program Committee Marcia Stanhope, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chair (ACHNE Vice President) University of Kentucky Whitney Bischoff, DrPH, RN, CTN-B Texas Lutheran University Barbara Blackford, MSN, RN, CNE Marian University Agnes Burkhard, PhD, RN, APHN, BC Marymount University Jennifer Cooper, DNP, RN Hood College Barbara Devitt, MSN Baylor University Marion Donohoe, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC University of Memphis, Loewenberg College of Nursing Julie Fuselier, RN, BSN, MPH, FCN University of North Carolina at Charlotte Joan Kub, PhD, MA, PHCNS-BC, FAAN Johns Hopkins University Schools of Nursing, Medicine, Public Health Angela Kueny, PhD, RN Luther College Jeanne Leffers, PhD, RN University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Susan Lehmann, MSN, RN University of Iowa College of Nursing Paula McNiel, DNP, RN, APHN-BC University of Wisconsin Oshkosh CON Colleen Neal, MS, RN Texas A&M Health Science Center CON Lori Pierangeli, PhD, RN, FCN East Stroudsburg University Keevia Porter, DNP, NP-C University of Tennessee Health Science Sallie Shipman, EdD, RN, CNL University of Alabama Birmingham Ann Mehan Crosse, CMP, CAE Administrative Manager Caitlin Arnold Meeting Manager ACHNE Board of Directors President Marion L. Donohoe, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC University of Memphis, Loewenberg College of Nursing President-Elect Pamela Levin, PhD, RN, APHN-BC Rush University Vice President Marcia Stanhope, PhD, RN, FAAN University of Kentucky Secretary Krista Jones, DNP, MSN, ACHN, RN University of Illinois at Chicago Treasurer Charlotte Armbruster, MS, DNP, RN Arizona State University Chair of Membership Committee/Member at Large Diane S. Sokolowski, PhD, RN Concordia University International Member at Large Sara Groves, DRPH, RN, CS Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing Midwest Member at Large Annie L. Collins, PhD, MSN, RN Washburn University Northern Member at Large Claudia M. Smith, PhD, MPH, RN-BC C/PHN Consultant and Educator; Retired Southern Member at Large Agnes Burkhard, PhD, RN, APHN Marymount University School of Health Western Member at Large Pamela Clarke, PhD, MPH, RN University of Wyoming, Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing 4

5 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, :00 5:00 pm ACHNE Executive Committee Meeting...HANOVER A THURSDAY, JUNE 8, :30 am 7:00 pm Registration Open...CALVERT BALLROOM FOYER 8:00 am 12:00 pm ACHNE Board of Director s Meeting...HANOVER A 12:00 4:30 pm Pre-Conference Workshop Tour: Explore Baltimore...BALTIMORE THEATER The Real B More Story: Distinct Neighborhoods, Hidden Gems and Community Resilience Baltimore, also known fondly as Charm City by its residents, is a city of over 240 distinct neighborhoods with a fascinating and complicated history. Exploring the B more story in more detail, we find a city steeped in historical roots of racism, red lining and housing segregation policies often resulting in dismal population health indicators and major public health challenges. In April 2015, these injustices erupted into civil unrest, capturing the nation s attention. While the unrest dominated the headlines, the most important part of this story and not as well publicized was the incredible ways Baltimore came together to repair, stand strong, and work towards recovery. Today Baltimore is stronger than ever. This is a city of communities and neighborhoods marked by resilience and strength. Come explore and learn about the many tales of this city, as told by community leaders, health organizations, community based organizations, and prolific writers. See the growing renaissance which provides the opportunity to visualize public health and communities in action. General Tour Schedule and Information This workshop will begin at 12:00 noon, from the Hanover Street Entrance of the Lord Baltimore.. The bus will board depart promptly at 12:20 pm. A box lunch will be provided on the tour at approximately 1:00 pm. (Special lunch requests are to be made known at the time of registration) The bus will return to the hotel at 4:30 pm. Sites will include a tour of Community Works, a community organization affiliation with Bon Secours Health System; a tour of West Baltimore including the Penn North community; a drive across revitalized and historic North Avenue; possible sites may include historical Baltimore City Health Department, Health Systems, and Community Centers. Community leaders will describe their organizations, their neighborhoods and the resiliency of Baltimore. 12:30 4:30 pm Pre-Conference Workshop: Writing for Publication...INTERNATIONAL BALLROOM Panel Presenters: Dr. Patricia Kelly, Editor of the Public Health Nursing Journal; Carrie Price, Medical Librarian, William H. Welch Library, Johns Hopkins University Collaborative Research Building Nursing Informatics Case Studies Mapped to Omaha System for Public Health Nursing Education - A Multi-Institutional Approach Debra L. Eardey, DNP, RN, APHN-BC, Assistant Professor, Metropolitan State University; Linda Garner, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, CHES, Associate Professor, Southeast Missouri University.; Kelly Krumwiede, PhD, RN, PHN, Associate Professor, Minnesota State University; Conni J. De Blieck, DNP, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University 5

6 ACHNE Small Grant Presentations Ethical Principles of Global Health Nursing Practice: a Delphi Study Ruth McDermott-Levy, PhD, MPH, RN, Associate Professor & Director of Center for Global & Public Health, Villanova University; Jeanne Leffers, PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth An Exploratory Study of the Role of the Town Nurse Lynn P. Blanchette, PhD, RN, Associate Dean/Faculty, Rhode Island College, School of Nursing Effectiveness of an Educational Forgiveness Program in Middle School Students Angela Kueny, PhD, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor, Luther College 5:00 6:00 pm Opening Session/Business Meeting...CALVERT BALLROOM 6:00 6:10 pm Welcome to Baltimore...CALVERT BALLROOM Speaker: Shelly Choo, MD, MPH, Bureau of Maternal Child Health, Baltimore City Health Department 6:10 7:00 pm Keynote Session: Communities in Action...CALVERT BALLROOM This presentation is designed to inspire us as we begin our Annual Institute. The emphasis will be on applying the nursing process to help us to enhance community engagement, and identifying the intersection of the individual, the institution, and community practices to influence public policy. Speaker: Jan Young, DNSc, RN, CEO, The Assisi Foundation 7:00 8:00 pm Welcome Reception All Posters on Display...MEZZANINE LEVEL 7:45 8:30 pm New Member/Continuing Member Meeting...BALTIMORE THEATER FRIDAY, JUNE 9, :00 am 6:00 pm Registration 7:00 8:00 am Wake Up and Walk the Harbor 1k...MEET IN LOBBY 7:30 8:30 am Breakfast and Committee Meetings...CALVERT BALLROOM 8:30 9:45 am Concurrent Session A Session A SALON A Explore methods to participate, promote, and develop a national public health nursing education and healthy public policy agenda to influence future health care delivery. A1-1: When Reach Extends Touch: How an Academic/Practice Partnership Affects Undergraduate Community/Public Health Nursing Curricula Geraldine Moore, EdD, MS, RN, Molloy College; Monica L. Diamond-Caravella, MSN, RN, PMC, AE-C, Nursing, Farmingdale State College; Lauren Janssen Breen, RN, BSN, Michelle Wruck, PNP-BC, Nursing, St. Joseph s College; Anne Little, MPH, AE-C, M. Zacharia, Asthma Coalition of Long Island; Claudia Guglielmo, MPA, AE-C, Asthma Coalition of Queens; Mary B. Cataletto, MD, Winthrop Hospital A1-2: Online Evidence-based Education Modules for Public Health Nurses: Nursing Experts Translating the Evidence (NExT) Krista Jones, DNP, MSN, APHN, RN, University of Illinois-Urbana A1-3: Developing a C/PHN Mentoring Program for Generalist Nursing Students: PHN Scholar Jessie Reuteler, MSN, RN, CNL, Rush University; Monique Reed, PhD, MS, RN, CON CSMHN, Rush University; Diane McNaughton, PhD, APHN-BC, Rush University College of Nursing; Pamela F. Levin, PhD, APHN-BC, Community, Systems, and Mental Health Nursing, Rush University College of Nursing 6

7 Session A2...SALON B Examine processes and approaches for engaging in local, regional, national advocacy to promote public health nursing education and the role in population health. A2-1: Across the Curricula: Leveraging the Community Health Needs Assessment to Promote Competency in Population Health in BSN, MSN and DNP Nursing Education Sara Brown, DNP, RNC-MNN, CNE, LCSW, Jefferson College of Health Sciences and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine A2-2: Service Learning and Point-in Time Count: Promoting Empathy in Nursing and Public Health Students While Meeting Federal Mandates Lori Pierangeli, PhD, RN, FCN, PhD(c), East Stroudsburg University A2-3: Public Health Nurses Perceptions of Graduate Education: Report of Findings Denise Drevdahl, PhD, RN, Nursing, University of Washington Tacoma; Mary K. Canales, PhD, RN, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Session A3... SALON D Engage in collaboration and interprofessional networking to promote health in global communities and the public health nursing workforce. A3-1: Ethical Principles of Global Health Nursing Practice Jeanne Leffers, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Ruth McDermott-Levy, PhD, RN, Villanova University A3-2: The Role of a Nurse Policy Entrepreneur: Utilizing a Multiple Streams Approach to Reduce Motor Vehicle Crashes in a Rural Community Judy Gregg, MS, RN, Mount Vernon Nazarene University A3-3: Building Global Alliances for Professional Growth in Students in Public Health Nursing Courses Jeannine Uribe, PhD, RN, La Salle University Session A4...SALON E Evaluate the role of mentoring in career management. A4-1: Advancing the Capacity of Maine s Public Health Nursing Workforce through a Targeted Workforce Development Leadership Program Jennifer Morton, DNP, MPH, APHN-BC; Karen T. Pardue, PhD, MS, RN, CNE, ANEF; Judith A. Metcalf, APRN, BC, MS, FMGS, Nursing, University of New England A4-2: Finding the Prince of a Journal by Kissing Lots of Frogs: Supporting Novice Faculty Publication Using Mentorship by Experienced Faculty Sallie Shipman, EdD, MSN, RN, CNL, Patricia Speck, DNSc, RN, FNP-BC, DF-IAFN, FAAFS, FAAN, Family, Community and Health Systems, UAB School of Nursing; Melanie Gibbons Hallman, DNP, CRNP, CEN, FNP-BC, ACNP-BC, Family, Community and Health Systems, UAB School of Nursing A4-3: Updates on a Residency Program for New Graduates in Home Health Care; An Academic/ Practice Partnership Lynn Blanchette, PhD, RN, Rhode Island College, School of Nursing 9:45 10:15 am Refreshment Break...MEZZANINE LEVEL 10:15 11:15 am Plenary Session: Coalitions, Boards, and Committees How to be Involved...BALTIMORE THEATER This session will provide guidance for members in approaches to use to get involved in coalitions, boards and committees at all levels and will prepare members to be knowledgeable contributors to coalitions, boards, and committees. 7

8 Speakers: Diana J. Mason, PhD, RN, FAAN, Senior Policy Service Professor, George Washington University School of Nursing, Professor Emerita and Co-Director, Center for Health, Media & Policy at Hunter College, CUNY Co- Producer and Moderator, HealthCetera Radio; Laurie Benson, BSN, Executive Director of Nurses on Boards and Coalitions for the American Nurses Foundation 11:30 am 1:00 pm Awards Luncheon...CALVERT BALLROOM 1:00 2:00 pm Panel Discussion: The National Public Health Nursing Education and Healthy Public Policy Agenda, Using Advocacy and Interprofessional Networking to Influence Future Health Care Delivery...CALVERT BALLROOM This panel presentation and discussion will assist us as we become more involved in policy, networking and advocacy. The focus of the presenters will be to describe how they have used the concept of advocacy in setting the national health policy agenda. The presenters will also share how inter-professional networking can influence the delivery of health care. Panelists: Lauren Inouye, MPP, RN, Director of Government Affairs, American Association of Colleges of Nursing; Deborah E. Trautman, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chief Executive Officer, American Association of Colleges of Nursing; Ellen- Marie Whelan, CRNP, PhD, FAAN, Chief Population Health Officer, Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) Senior Advisor, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (Invited) 2:00 2:15 pm Refreshment Break...MEZZANINE LEVEL 2:15 3:30 pm Concurrent Session B Session B1... SALON A Explore methods to participate, promote, and develop a national public health nursing education and healthy public policy agenda to influence future health care delivery. B1-1: Implementing Veteran-centered Community Health Field Work in a Public Health Nursing Course in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program Dorcas Kunkel, DNP, Graduate Nursing Program, MSN Informatics, Walden University, College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing (online); Barbara E. Champlin, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities B1-2: MANE: A Cooperatively Developed Dual Admission Program between Community Colleges and a University to Increase Baccalaureate Nursing Graduates and Prepare Graduates for Population-Based PHN Practice Patricia Schoon, DNP, MPH, PHN, RN, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Metropolitan State University Session B2...SALON B Examine processes and approaches for engaging in local, regional, national advocacy to promote public health nursing education and the role in population health. B2-1: Preparing Upstream Leaders for Public Health Nursing Practice and Research Gina Alexander, PhD, Lisa Bashore, PhD, Carol Howe, PhD, Nursing, Texas Christian University; Jada Stevenson, PhD, Nutrition, Texas Christian University; D. Lynn Jackson, PhD, LCSW, ACSW, Social Work, Texas Christian University B2-2: Collaboration to Promote the Public Health Nursing Workforce in Maryland Pat McLaine, DrPH, MPH, BSN, RN, Family and Community Health, University of Maryland School of Nursing; Carolyn Nganga-Good, RN, Bureau Administrator, Baltimore City Health Department B2-3: Advancing the Role of Primary Care Registered Nurses in Population Health Management Mary Goldschmidt, DNP, RN, APHN-BC, Family and Community Health, Virginia Commonwealth University; Sandy Halford, MSN, RN, Florence Weierbach, PhD, MPH, RN, East Tennessee State University; Jennifer Lee Morton, DNP, MPH, APHN-BC, Nursing, University of New England; Tamara Zurakowski, PhD, GNP-BC, Family and Community Health, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kae Livsey, PhD, MPH, RN, School of Nursing, West Carolina University; Rebecca Sutter, DNP, APRN, BC-FNP, School of Nursing, George Mason University; Gwen W. Anderson, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, Chaminade University of Hawaii 8

9 Session B3... SALON D Develop communication and decision making strategies for managing change for benefits of students, community and populations. B3-1: Facilitate Communication Among Members of the Care Team Using a Smartphone App Whitney Bischoff, DrPH, RN, CTN-B, Nursing. Texas Lutheran University B3-2: Assessing BSN Student Confidence Using Public Health Nursing Skills in Community Settings Carol Hunter, DNP, Augusta University College of Nursing B3-3: Adapting a County-wide FluMist Immunization Program to Accommodate 2016 ACIP/ CDC Recommendations Christa Cook, PhD, RN, MSN, APHN-BC, Sally M. Bethart, MSN, ARNP, Sally M. Bethart, MSN, ARNP, Paula Alexander-Delpech, PhD, RN, ARNP, Joan B. Castleman, MS, RN, College of Nursing, University of Florida Session B4...SALON E Engage in collaboration and interprofessional networking to promote health in global communities and the public health nursing workforce. B4-1: Using Service-Learning Pedagogy to Enhance Public Health Nursing Education Kelly Bower, PhD, MPH, RN, APHN-BC; Joan K. Kub, PhD, MA, APHN, BC; Kamila Alexander, PhD, MPH, RN, Community/Public Health, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing; Carey C. Borkoski, EdD, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University; M. Levin, Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health B4-2: An Interprofessional Community Health Partnership to Promote Identified Public Health Needs Kim Alexander Decker, MSN, RN, CNS, Sonita Ball, MSN, RN, CWCN; Derrick Garletts, MSN, MPH, RN, Jamie Titzer, MSN, WHNP-BC Nursing, Indiana University; Patricia Watts, DNP, RN, CAN, PNP-BC, Nursing, Indiana University B4-3: The Power of Partnership: Mentoring a Nursing Student in Global Community Health Leadership Through Independent Study Irene Felsman, DNP, MPH, RN, C-GH, Community and Global Health, Duke University School of Nursing 3:30 5:00 pm Plenary Session: Moving the Needle: Influencing the Future of Healthcare through Enhanced Public Health Nursing Content in the Curriculum...CALVERT BALLROOM The plenary session will focus on examining innovative approaches to engage students in public health/ population concepts, and networking and sharing best practices to enhance public health/population health concepts in nursing education. Speakers: Susan Swider, PhD, APHN-BC, FAAN, Professor, Rush University; Director, Advanced Public Health Nursing Program; Christine Vandenhouten, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, CPH, Chairperson and Associate Professor, University of WI-Green Bay; Kim Alexander Decker, PhD, RN, CNS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Nursing; Joy Hoffman, DNP, RN, APHN-BC, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Memphis; Mary Ann Drake, PhD, RN, CNE, Professor, Webster University 6:00 pm Meet, Greet and Eat Social Event...OFF SITE Join up with colleagues Friday night as ACHNE hosts informal meet and greets at various downtown restaurants. Reservations will be premade and sign up is available at the ACHNE Registration desk. Dinner charges will be the responsibility of the participant. Please meet in the lobby around 5:45 to meet your group and to receive walking directions to your restaurant. 9

10 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, :00 am 12:00 pm Registration...CALVERT BALLROOM FOYER 7:30 8:30 am Breakfast & Tabletop Discussion/Regional Rep Meetings...CALVERT BALLROOM Discussion Topics: Global Opportunities, Future of the Affordable Care Act, RN-BSN C/PHN Learning Activities, Community Simulations, Inter-professional Education with C/PHN, Social Media & Innovative Health Outreach, Graduate Education, Immigrant & Refugee Populations, Environmental Health, Creative Venues for C/PHN Learning or Meet & Greet to connect with colleagues from your Region. 8:30 9:45 am Concurrent Session C Presenter and Discussion Leader: Lori Pierangeli, PhD, RN Session C1... SALON A Poster Presentations and Small Group Discussions C1-1: Leading the Way for Environmental Health in Nursing: An Open Access Resource for Nurses to Advance Knowledge for Practice Claudia Smith, PhD, MPH, RN-BC, Retired, Family and Community Health, University of Maryland School of Nursing C1-2: Visionary Leaders for Public Health from The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Training School for Nurses: Mary Adelaide Nutting, Isabel Hampton Robb, & Lavinia Dock Joan Kub, PhD, MA, PHCNS-BC, FAAN, Community Health, Johns Hopkins University C1-3: Nurse Educators Leading Collaboration to Engage Community Partners: A Case Study Megan Gross, PhD (IP), MPH, RN, Nursing, Messiah College C1-4: Addressing Communication Barriers and Health Literacy in a Hispanic Community Center Allison Gregory, MS, RN, FNP-BC, Family and Community Health Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University C1-5: School Nurses: A Key Link to Healthy Communities Jacqueline Nikpour, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing C1-6: Improving GPRA measures at the Wellpinit Health Clinic: A Quality Improvement Project Elizabeth Phenneger, Washington State University C1-7: Perceived Barriers to Contraceptive Use: An Exploratory Study of Women Living in Rural Haiti Jocelyne de Gouvenain, Rhode Island College C1-8: Mass Casualty Bus Collision: A Simulating Triage Experience Kellie L. Gainey, Francis Marion University Session C2...SALON B Poster Presentations and Small Group Discussions C2-1: Health Beliefs of Farmworkers in Rural Michigan Suzanne Keep, PhD, RN, McAuley School of Nursing, University of Detroit Mercy C2-3: Teaching Population-Based Community Health Nursing and Public Health Policy to Graduate Nursing Students: Using Video Documentary as an Active Teaching/Learning Strategy Kelly Bohnhoff, PhD, School of Nursing, Xavier University C2-4: Designing a Disaster Management Training Simulation Experience for Undergraduate Nursing Students: Lessons Learned from Formative Feedback Candace Johnson, PhD, MPH, RN; Mary Kay Goldschmidt, DNP, RN, APHN-BC; Kimberly Davis, MS, RN, CNE; Beth Hopkins, DNP, RN, FNP-C; Carla Nye, DNP, RN, CPNP-PC, CNE Family and Community Health, Virginia Commonwealth University 10

11 C2-5: Learning Leadership through Community Assessment Jennifer Johnson, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC, RN; Joyce Beard, MSN, PHCNS-BC, NCSN, RN; Debbie Locklear, MSN, RN; Cynthia Woodrup, MSN, BSN, RNC-NIC, Nursing, University of North Carolina, Pembroke C2-6: Achieving PHN Competencies through a Large-Scale Community Service Event Julie St. Clair, RN, MSN, Nursing, University of Southern Indiana C2-7: Increasing the HPV Vaccine Rate through Social Media Education Patricia Howard, Rush University C2-8: Naloxone Administration by Law Enforcement Thomas Stegnicki, Rhode Island College Session C3... SALON D Poster Presentations and Small Group Discussions C3-1: An Integrated Health Care Delivery Model for Homeless Men in Addiction Recovery Mary Lashley, MS, RN, Nursing, Towson University C3-2: Facilitating Collaborative Practice and Population-Based Community Health Education to Promote Core Public Health Competencies in Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Students Kimberly Toole, DNP; Kelly Bohnhoff, PhD, RN, MFT, CTS, School of Nursing, Xavier University C3-3: Building Capacity for Public/Population Health in Baccalaureate Nursing Education Through Public Service and Service Learning Susan Poslusny, PhD, RN, Nursing, University of South Carolina, Columbia C3-4: Teaching Community Health to Undergraduate Nursing Students: Using Poster Presentations as an Educational Tool Kelly Bohnhoff, PhD, RN, MFT, CTS, School of Nursing, Xavier University C3-5: Looking Upstream while Downstream: We Need Boots! Creating Nursing Health Programs for an Underserved Population with Student Research and Pilot Testing Kelly Doran, PhD, RN, Bobby Barrett, EdD, MS, University of Maryland School of Nursing C3-6: Evaluation of Factors Related to Prolonged Admissions for Patients with Autism Andrea Cabrera, Rush University C3-7: Pain Management for People with Dementia: A Literature Review Hui Zhao, University of Virginia C3-8: Home-based Care for Homebound Elders Sydney Record, University of Washington Session C4...SALON E Poster Presentations and Small Group Discussions C4-1: Planetary Health: A Unifying Concept for Public Health Nursing Practice and Education Jeanne Leffers, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth C4-2: The Importance of Nurse Leadership for Community Health and Safety Marie Dolly Rock, MS, BSN, RN, Nursing, Towson University C4-3: Back to Basics: Class Plan Design for Engaging Students Karen Teeley, RN, MS, AHN-BC, CNE, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Simmons College C4-4: Schools of Nursing Using a Culture of Health Model to Support Population Health Management in a Nurse Run Clinic Regina Johnson, MSN, RN, School of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University; Vicki L. Hicks, MS, APRN, School of Nursing, University of Kansas 11

12 C4-5: Mindful and Prepared: Exploring Environmental Health Literacy Sophie Dohnalek, Texas Christian University C4-6: Improving Physical Activity in Employee Wellness Program Alissa S. Miller, Rush University C4-7: Sleep Health Disparity: Examining the Effect of a Group Intervention to Improve CPAP Adherence in Medicaid Patients Diagnosed with OSA Maureen Smith, Rush University 9:45 10:00 am Refreshment Break...MEZZANINE LEVEL 10:00 11:15 am Concurrent Session D Session D1... SALON A Explore methods to participate, promote, and develop a national public health nursing education and healthy public policy agenda to influence future health care delivery. D1-1: Teaching Population Health to Primary Care APRN Students Susan Swider, PhD, APHN-BC, FAAN, Community, Systems and Mental Health Nursing, Rush University; Pamela F. Levin, PhD, APHN-BC, Community, Systems, and Mental Health Nursing, Rush University College of Nursing D1-2: University, Community, and Hospital Partnership for Disaster Preparedness Elizabeth Austin, PhD, MA, RN, CEN, Kathleen T. Ogle, PhD, FNP, Nursing, Towson University; H. Wayne Nelson, PhD, MBA, Department of Inter-professional Health Studies, Towson University; Jordan Koveleski, Speech Language Pathology, The Therapy Spot, Pikesville, Maryland D1-3: Preparing a Community/Public Health Nurse Workforce to Lead Primary Care Initiatives Susan Antol, MS, RN, University of Maryland School of Nursing Session D2...SALON B Develop communication and decision making strategies for managing change for benefits of students, community and populations. D2-1: Innovative Community Clinical at a Residential Summer Camp: The Strength of Academic / Community Partnerships Karen Dawn, DNP, RN, George Washington University D2-2: Relieving the Caregiver; Student Nurses as Respite Care Workforce Christine McGrane, MS, RN, Diane Cocozza Martins, PhD, R; Lynn Blanchette, PhD, RN, Donna Huntley-Newby, RN-BSN, School of Nursing, Rhode Island College; College of Nursing, University of Rhode Island D2-3: Engaging Underrepresented Students In Environmental Research: A Case Study In Interprofessional Collaboration Karen May, PhD, RN, CNE, Widener University Session D3... SALON D Engage in collaboration and interprofessional networking to promote health in global communities and the public health nursing workforce. D3-1: Public Health Nursing Leadership: Key to a Healthy Virginia Pamela Kulbok, DNSc, RN, PHCNS-BC, FAAN; Doris F. Glick, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, University of Virginia; Seok Hyun Gwon, PhD, MSN, RN, College of Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Maria Gilson devalpine, RN, MSN, PhD, School of Nursing, James Madison University D3-2: Veterans, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Service/Emotional Support Dogs and Community Health Nursing Students: A Public Health Approach Joann Paoletti, PhD(c), MSN, RN-BC, Long Island University 12

13 D3-3: Interprofessional Global Healthcare Mission Trip: Haiti as Classroom Karen Dawn, DNP, RN; Carol S. Lang, PhD; Nancy Rudner, PhD, Nursing, George Washington University Session D4...SALON E Assess processes for becoming involved in local, state, national and international taskforces, committees, and boards to influence change. D4-1: An Innovative Approach to Develop Political Advocacy and Leadership Skills in Postlicensure Nursing Students via Community Action Teams Christine Vandenhouten, PhD, RN, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay D4-2: Teaching Public Health Nursing in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program Dorothy Greene Jackson, RN, PhD; Elizabeth Thomas, PhD, RN, MPH, RNC, APHN-BC, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, College of Nursing 11:15 am 12:15 pm Closing General Session: Disaster Management Expanded Role for PHN...CALVERT BALLROOM The public health nurse is becoming a primary participant in disaster management. For many years this role was relegated to specialty nurses, like those who worked for the RED Cross and other organizations.. Because of this newer responsibility it is becoming paramount that we learn more about the implications of contributing to our communities and populations during times of disaster. Speaker: Mary Pat Couig, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, Program Manager, Emergency Management & TTP RN, Office of Nursing Services, Veterans Health Administration, Washington DC 12:15 12:30 pm Closing Remarks Speaker: Marion L. Donohoe, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC 2017 Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. ACHNE Silent Auction Proceeds from the Silent Auction will establish a research fund that supports scholarships for students to attend future ACHNE Annual Institutes. We encourage your participation! Silent Auction Hours CALVERT BALLROOM FOYER Thursday, June 8 12:00 5:00 pm...drop off donated items at Registration Desk Friday, June 9 7:30 am 5:00 pm...silent Auction Bidding Open 5:00 5:30 pm...final BIDDING Saturday, June 10 7:30 am 11:00 am... Pick up and pay for items at Registration Desk 13

14 2017 Exhibitors Healthcare Learning Innovations 2260 S. Xanadu Way, Suite 310, Aurora, CO Healthcare Learning Innovations provides a comprehensive digital portfolio of simulation technologies, interactive courses, learning products and services for healthcare professionals and educators. At the conference, we ll be showing our virtual simulations for community health nurse educators Sentinel City and new Sentinel World! Stop by our table for a live demo! Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing 525 N. Washington Street, Baltimore, MD The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore is a globally-recognized leader in education, research and practice and is ranked #2 among graduate schools of nursing by U.S. News & World Report. It ranks #1 among nursing schools for Federal Research Grants and National Institutes of Health funding. National Networks of Libraries of Medicine 601 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD The National Library of Medicine (NLM - provides free, authoritative information for health care professionals, patients, and families. Through a regional network of resource libraries (NNLM - we provide access to information, training on information resources, and access to a network of health information resource centers. Stop by our booth to learn more about PubMed/MEDLINE, MedlinePlus (consumer health information), and other NLM resources designed to support health and well-being. Sigma Theta Tau International 550 W. North Street, Indianapolis, IN The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International supports the professional development of nurses committed to making a difference in health worldwide. With its subsidiary, Nursing Knowledge International, nurses can access information on careers and leadership, evidence-based nursing, scholarship and research, and online continuing education. Visit today. University of Maryland School of Nursing 655 W. Lombard Street, Room 502, Baltimore, MD The University of Maryland, School of Nursing shapes the profession of nursing and the health care environment by developing leaders in education, research, and practice. Our Community/Public Health master s specialty program, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016, prepares nurses for advanced practice through its focus on health promotion and disease prevention. Wolters Kluwer 2001 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA Wolters Kluwer is a leading publisher of medical, health, and science publications. We offer an extensive selection of medical books, journals, and electronic media for doctors, nurses, specialized clinicians and students. Please visit our table to browse our comprehensive product line. 14

15 GETTING BACK TO NURSING S ROOTS. Community/public health nursing is where it all started and where today s nurses advance their careers. LEARN MORE: nursing.umaryland.edu/cph The University of Maryland School of Nursing s Community/Public Health Nursing master s specialty prepares nurses to serve their communities by focusing on: health promotion and disease prevention health needs of select populations in community contexts epidemiology, program planning, and evaluation grant writing, organizational analysis, and social marketing. PREPARING NURSES FOR: work in a variety of settings, including local and state health departments, federal and state agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, hospital-based community programs, and nongovernmental agencies certification as an Advanced Public Health Nurse Board Certified. Full-time, part-time, and RN-to-MS options are available. Nurses can further increase their potential with a Master of Public Health dual degree or Environmental Health and Global Health certificates from the University of Maryland School of Nursing.

16 SAVE THE DATE Photos courtesy of visitneworleans.com 2018 ACHNE Annual Institute June 7-9, 2018 Sheraton New Orleans New Orleans, LA ACHNE, W. 44th Avenue, Suite 304, Wheat Ridge, CO