45th Annual Conference Announcement!
Richmond, VA - October 16-19, 2019
Omni Hotel, Downtown Richmond, VA

Poster Presentations

Poster presenters are requested to be available for questions:  Thursday, October 17th from 7:50—8:20 am & Friday, October 18th from 7:50—8:20 am

Please note that the posters list the presenters of the content.  A full list of authors appears in the Book of Abstracts available to all conference participants.  Thank you!

  1. Transcultural Field Trips: Just for Fun or For Learning?: Linda Hardy, PhD, RN, CNE, CTN-A, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE
  2. The Role of Hegemonic Masculinities in The Lives of Ethnic Minority Women: Ashley M. Ruiz RN, UW Milwaukee
  3. Use of Essential Oils by Healthcare Professionals for Health Maintenance: Patricia M. Childers DNP, MSN, AGNP-BC
  4. Difficulty in Telling to Others about Chronic Illness: Based on Life Stories and Japanese Literary Works: Yuriko KUROE,RN., PHN, PhD, Professor, Gifu College of Nursing; Minori Takarada, RN., PhD, Professor, Mukogawa Women’s University; Yuka Tanaka, RN., PhD, Professor, Setunan University
  5. Design of an Innovative Learning Tool to Advance Cultural Competence in Nursing Students: Paula Gannaway MLS, Med, Lubbock Christian University Nursing Department Research Librarian; Beverly Byers EdD, RN, LMT, MTI Lubbock Christian University Nursing Department Professor
  6. Exploring Family Caregivers' Lived Experience of Decision-Making with or for Older Blacks with Advanced Chronic Illnesses: Theresa L. Lundy, MS, RN, PhDc
  7. Cultural Norms Surrounding Breastfeeding in a Predominantly African-American Inner-City Community: Jessica A. Devido, PhD, CPNP, School of Nursing, Duquesne University, Pitts-burgh, PA
  8. Community Engagement during the Ebola Crisis: One Organization’s Experience: Laura Jean Ridge, ANP-BC, AAHIVE, New York University, Nursing for All
  9. Stress, Stress Coping, and Self-Esteem in Korean-Chinese Middle-Aged Adults: Kyeha Kim, Ph.D. Chosun University
  10. Thank You for Your Service Preparing NP Students to Provide Culturally Competent Care to Rural Veterans: Dr. Marge Andrews
  11. The Expression of Transformative Learning During Cultural Immersion: Jennifer Dawn Jones-Locklear, PhD, RN
  12. Introducing Cultural Considerations In Undergraduate Curriculum: Dolores Dzubaty, PhD, MSN, RNC-OB
  13. A Snapshot of Navajo Health Utilizing Healthy People 2020: Sharon See MSN RNC-OB Ashland Uni-versity; Jill Matthes DNP RN CHSE Ashland University
  14. The Greek Connection Revisited - A cultural Immersion Experience for Baccalaureate Students in Greece: Muriel Larson, RN, MA (ethics), MA (nursing)
  15. Enhancing Cultural Competence in Online RN to BSN Students: Sandra Kundrik Leh, PhD, RN, CNS, CNE, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA; Mary Ann Thurkettle PhD, RN – Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA; Michele Crytzer, DEd, MSN, RN – Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA
  16. Shared Experience of Teaching Infant CPR Between Czech and US Nursing Faculty and Students in Czechia: Petr Ruda, APRN FNP-C, Brigham Young University; Julia Bedont, SN Brigham Young University; Sage Hawkins, SN Brigham Young University
  17. Coping Strategies Used by Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Fatmeh Alzoubi RN, MSc, PhD, Associate Professor of Community and Mental Health Nursing, College of Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology
  18. Cultural Influences Reducing Childhood Obesity and Building Healthier Communities: Rebecca E. Chatham, MSN, RN -- PhD student at University of Tennessee- Knoxville College of Nursing; Sandra J. Mixer, PhD, RN, CTN-A –Associate Professor, University of Tennessee-Knoxville College of Nursing
  19. The Psychometric Validation of the FACT-S among Korean Cancer Patients: Jeong-Hwan Park, PhD, RN, Professor, Department of Nursing, Chosun University, Gwangju, Korea
  20. How Jordanian Women Describe the Burdens of Infertility Experience: The Need for Culturally Competent Care: Salwa Al Obeisat RN, MSc, PhD, Associate Professor of Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology
  21. Knowledge and Perception on Hospice-Palliative Care and Terminal Care Stress in Pediatric Nurses in South Korea: Eunyoung Park, Seoul National University Hospital; Kyung-Sook Bang, College of Nursing, Seoul National University
  22. Evaluation of an Educational Intervention on Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) to Improve Knowledge for Healthcare Providers: Folasade E. Olofinlade, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
  23. Does Regular Participation in a Recreational Program can Prevent or Delay Cognitive Decline and or Depression in Older Hispanics in a Western New York Urban Setting?: Marie J. Bell Ed.D, GNP-BC Nazareth College of Rochester
  24. Creating a Positive Work Culture through Therapeutic Practice Relationships: Betty Nance-Floyd, PhD, RN, CNE, CNL, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  25. Perceived Racism and its Impact on the Acceptance of Influenza Vaccinations Among African Americans: Lisette Kimbere-Zayas, DNP(c), MSN, RN, ANP-BC
  26. Evidence-Based Cultural Competency Educational Program for Healthcare Workers: Angelina Onuzulike Ph.D., MSN, RN, DNP Student
  27. Using Transcultural Nursing Knowledge to Operationalize a Veterans Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program: John W Collins, PhD, MS, RN
  28. Blossoming Transcultural Nurses in Doctor of Nursing Practice Education: Deborah K Williams, PhD, MPH, RN
  29. Developing Culturally Competent Nurses: Moving from Theory to Practice. Evaluating the Impact of a Cultural Immersion Course and Trip to China: Dr. Jeanine S. McDermott, Ph.D., RN, PHN; Associate Professor of Nursing; Bemidji State University; Dr. Tricia Cowan, DNP, RN, PHN; Assistant Professor of Nurs-ing; Bemidji State University; Dr. Carolyn Townsend, DNP, RN; Associate Professor of Nursing; Bemidji State University; Ms. Josefina Li, MS; Adjunct Professor of Economics; Northstar Visiting Scholars Coordinator; Bemidji State University
  30. Photo Journal of Nurses’ Networking: Interdisciplinary, Global Development: Patricia Burke, PhD, CNE, RNC; Eda Ozkara-San, PhD, RN; Lola Oyedele, DNP, MSN,CTN-A
  31. Oral Tradition in a Modern Age: Narratives of Cultural Healing Through use of Storytelling and Oral Traditions: Potri Ranka Manis Queano, M.A., R.N.-B.C. - New York University Langone Medical Center; Fe-licity Belle Duran, M.P.H. - New York University College of Global Public Health; Diana Klatt, M.P.H. - New York University College of Global Public Health; Tabasa Ozawa - New York University College of Global Public Health; Jerome Viloria, M.P.H. - New York University College of Global Public Health
  32. Outcomes of Implementing the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) in the Kurdish Community: Chinor Fattahi, FNP, DNP
  33. An Innovative Study Abroad Idea to Globalize the Curriculum: Local and Foreign Faculty and Students Collaborate in One Classroom:  Cynthia Sterling-Fox, RN, MS, FNP-C, PhD Student – CUNY Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, N.Y
  34. The Utility of Postcolonial and Indigenous Feminist Frameworks in Researching Intimate Partner Violence Against Native American Women: Jeneile Luebke MS, RN, PhDc
  35. Trust in Nurses: A Quantitative Study on Prenatal Hispanic Women: Lorena Jung, PhD, RN
  36. The Association of Jordanian Nurses' Knowledge and Attitudes to Ageism Toward Hospitalized Older Adult Patients: Mohammad Rababa, PhD, RN
  37. Perception of Arabic Nursing Student's on Empathizing with Patients with Mental Illness: Rasmieh Al-Amer, RN, PhD