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Cesario, S. Opportunities for Nurses in the Global Arena. Invited panel participant with Dee Campbell PhD, Joan Edwards, MN, CNS, and Lynda Tyer-Viola PhD, AWHONN National Convention Sharing Science, Finding Solutions.  27 September 2010.  Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Cesario, S. The Big Picture: Global Issues Impacting the Health of Women, Kaleidoscope Perinatal Conference. 20 February 2009. Galveston, Texas. 

Cesario, S. Cultural, Religious, and Ethnic Considerations of Parental Attachment and Bonding. March of Dimes, 13th Annual Visiting Professorship in Nursing. 10 April 2008. Houston, Texas.

Cesario, S. Outside your Comfort Zone:  Global Perspectives. Nu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Induction Ceremony. 30 March, 2007.  Hays, Kansas. 

Cesario, S. International Partnering in Nursing. Fort Hays State University School of Nursing Homecoming Showcase. 28 September 2006.  Hay, Kansas. 

Cesario, S. Global Collaborations in Nursing. Commencement Speaker for the Rebekah Ann Naylor School of Nursing. 12 August 2006. Bangalore, India. 

Cesario, S. Ethics, Acupuncture, and Insurance: Reconciling Eastern Medicine and Western Business. American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Continuing Education Conference. 25 February 2006.  Houston, Texas. 

Cesario, S. Focused Discussion Group Expert Co-Facilitator with Irina Ostrovskaya, “Nursing Care of the Pregnant Patient Who Has HIV/AIDS: Russia and the United States.” (Translator, Olga Konovalova), The 5th US-Russian Nursing Conference. 1 August 2005.  St. Novgorod, Russia. 

Cesario, S. Clinical Teaching Strategies. Clinical Simulation and the Use of Clinical Models. Development of Objective Test Items. JHPIEGO and the Supreme Council of Universities of Egypt. 4-10 June 2004.  Alexandria, Egypt. 

Cho, H. S.   White Angels: The first immigrant Korean nursing leader. The 12th Korean Woman’s International Forum, Ministry of Gender  Equality & Family of the Republic of Korea.  August 28-August 31, 2012. Yeosoo, Korea.         

Cho, H. S., Cho M. K., & Lee, K. U.  Footsteps of the first Korean immigrant nursing leaders in the U.S.  The 23rd International Nursing Research  Congress, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing. July 30-August 3, 2012. Brisbane, Australia.

Cho, H. S. Global Initiatives, Nursing Partnerships: Delivering Nursing Care around the World. The Founder’s Day, Sigma Theta Tau Beta Beta chapter, Texas Woman’s  University. October 8, 2012.  Dallas, Texas.

Cho, H. S., Tapler, D., Bailey, C., Cho M. K.., & Peters, M.  Coming to America: Korean Nursing Students Experience an Immersion Curriculum.  The 41st Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing.  November 2, 2011. Grapevine, Texas.                    

Cho, H. S. & Kashka, M. T.  Nursing, policy, and politics: Korean nursing as an exemplar.  The 23rd Quadrennial Congress International Council of Nurses. May 2, 2005. Taipei, Taiwan.

Cho, H. S. & Oh, H.S.  , Evolution of the Korean paradigm of nursing education: Historical analysis.  The 23rd Quadrennial Congress International Council of  Nurses. May 3, 2005.  Taipei, Taiwan.

Cho, H. S. & Kashka, M.  Mortality and morbidity of women in the United States: Current issues and concerns.  May 5, 2005.  Yon Sei University, Seoul, Korea.

Cho, H. S. Immigration History of Korean  American Nurses in the United States. The Biennial Meeting Gyeong Sang National University CON Alumni Association. May 15, 2005. Toronto, Canada.

Cho, H. S.  Historical nursing research methodology.  The graduate nursing students conference December 20, 2004.The Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea.

Cho, H. S. & Kashka, M.  Korean nurses step into political vacuum to shape health care agenda: Global Implications. Promoting Global Health: Visions and Third International Conference of the Post FIPSE-EU Consortium,  July 10, 2004, Topeka, Kansas.

Edwards, J. The Lived Experience of Indonesian Nursing Faculty Participating in a Curriculum Reform Based on the 2009 World Health Organization Global Standards for Initial Education of Professional Nurses. 42nd Biennial Sigma Theta Tau International Convention. November 2013. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Edwards, J. Indonesian Nursing Curricula Project to Achieve Congruency with 2009 WHO Global Standards for Initial Education of Professional Nurses. 42nd Biennial Sigma Theta Tau International Convention. November 2013. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Edwards, J.  Peran Perawat dalam Mengurangi Angka Kematian pada Ibu. Peran Perawat dalam Mengurangi Angka Kematian pada Ibu di Community International Nursing Conference. May 2013. Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

Edwards, J. Global Maternal Mortality: Global and Sierra Leone. African Drum Call for Maternal Health - Parene Healthcare. Health Museum. November 2013.  Houston, Texas. 

Edwards, J. Global Nursing Opportunities. TNSA Council of Schools, Panel Discussion.  October 2013. Austin, Texas.  

Edwards, J. What in the World Can I (Or You) Do: Taking Nursing and the Lord to the World. Louisiana Baptist Nursing Fellowship Fall Retreat. 28 September 2013. Timber Falls Baptist Conference Center, Louisiana. 

Edwards, J. Maternal Mortality and Morbidity: Global and Local. AWHONN Texas Annual Section Conference. 13 April 2013. San Antonio, Texas.

Edwards, J.  2009 WHO Global Standards for Initial Nursing Education Project. Indonesia International Nursing Forum. 25 August 2012. Suzhou, China.  

Edwards, J. WHO Global Standards for Initial Nursing Education and Student Centered Active Learning. 18 April 2012. Poltekkes Bandung, Indonesia. 

Edwards, J. Qualitative Nursing Research – Panel Presentation. International Nursing Research Conference, University of Padjadjaran. 22 March 2012. Bandung, Java, Indonesia.

Edwards, J. (2012). Peningkatan Nilai Profesi Keperawatan di Indonesia. Future of Nursing in Indonesia, Poltekkes, 3 March 2012. Bandung, Indonesia.  

Deutsch, A., Davin, K., Freysteinson, W., Kelly, E., & Thompson, T.  Bringing body image research to life in the mastectomy population through mirrors. In A. Deutsch (Chair), Oncology nursing: The power of collaboration. 4th Annual Symposium of Advancing the Practice of Nursing: A Global Perspective. Symposium conducted at Houston Baptist University, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System and the University of Chester, UK. Houston, Texas. 17-18 May 2013. Houston, Texas.

Freysteinson, W.M. Home health care nursing application of the transtheoretical model of change for patients with congestive heart failure: a case study. Paper session at the meeting of the 23rd International Nursing Research Congress, Creating a Legacy Through Nursing Research, Innovation and Global Collaboration. July 2012.  Brisbane, Australia.

Freysteinson, W.M. Interpreting the changed me in the mirror: Viewing self after a mastectomy. Paper session at the meeting of the 23rd International Nursing Research Congress, Creating a Legacy Through Nursing Research, Innovation and Global Collaboration. July 2012. Brisbane, Australia. 

Freysteinson, W.M., Gomez, S. & Wyatt, D. What is new in supportive care, hospice and palliative medicine. In W.M Freysteinson (Chair), Hospice and Palliative Care. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Nursing Education and Practice: A Global Perspective. Houston Baptist University, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System and the University of Chester, UK. March 2011. Houston, Texas.

Freysteinson, W.M. Community consultation: Ethical preparation for nursing research. Paper session at the meeting of the 21st International Nursing Research Congress. Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice July 2010. Orlando, Florida, USA.

Freysteinson, W. M. A survey comparing the mirrors in long-term care homes to the mirrors in private homes. Paper session at the meeting of the 20th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice. July 2009. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  

Liu, F.Q. Policy Analysis Untangles Preconception Health and Care Definitions: The Innovative Use of Policies, and Women's and Providers' Voices from Rural Zhejiang China. Oral presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International’s 41st Biennial Convention. November 2011.  Grapevine, Texas. 
 
Liu, F.Q. Preconception Health and Care in Rural Zhejiang, P. R. China: Using a Chinese Approach. Oral presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International’s 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice. July 2010. Orlando, Florida. 
 
Liu, F.Q. A Critical Examination of Preconception Health and Care Policies in China. Poster presentation at the 20th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion: Health, Equity and Sustainable Development. July 2010. Geneva, Switzerland. 
 
Liu, F.Q. Shifting boundaries of practice: A Chinese approach. Podium presentation. Philosophy in the Nurse’s World: Politics of Nursing Practice, University of Alberta, Banff. May 2010. Alberta, Canada. 

McFarlane, J. Evidence based models for global policy decisions: Outcomes for abused women’s safety, health, and functioning following a shelter stay compared to use of justice services. Sexual Violence Research Institute Forum 2013: Evidence into Action. 14-17 October 2013. Bangkok, Thailand

McFarlane, J. Violence against Women: New Evidence for Global Practice and Policy. Sigma Theta Tau International’s 24th International Nursing Research Congress. 22-26 July 2013. Prague, Czech Republic

McFarlane, J. Protecting the Safety and Wellbeing of Abused Women and Children with Evidence Based Interventions. Fulbright Senior Specialist Lecturer. Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (WRHI). University of Witwatersrand. 1-15 August, 2013. Johannesburg, South Africa

McFarlane, J. New Evidence for Health Care Decisions for Abused Women With HIV. Fulbright Senior Specialist. Fulbright Senior Specialist Lecturer. Baragwanth Hospital. 1-15 August 2013.  Johannesburg, South Africa.

McFarlane, J. Evidence-Based Models for Global Policy Decisions: 4-Month Outcomes for Abused Women’s Safety, Health, and Functioning Following a Shelter Stay Compared to Use of Justice Services. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International. 17-20 June 2013. British Columbia, Canada

McFarlane, J. Testing two Global Models of Care for Abused Women and Their Children: A Seven Year Longitudinal Study. Council of Association of Nurse Scientists. September 2012. Washington, DC

McFarlane, J., Building Evidence for Global Policy Decisions for Gender Based Violence.  Sir Run Run Shaw Distinguished Guest Lecturer. 22 October 2012. Hangzhou, China

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