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TWU faculty to present at national nursing research symposium
Abstracts by three Texas Woman’s University College
of Nursing faculty have been accepted for presentation at
The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science’s
2006 National State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research,
scheduled Oct. 12-14 in Washington, D.C.
Marcia Hern, BSN,
MSN, Ed.D., dean of the TWU College of Nursing, will present
on “Experiences of College-Age Youths Growing up in
a Family with a Recessive Genetic Condition.” Patricia
Holden-Huchton, RN, DSN, ACRN, associate professor and associate
dean, will present on “Over Fifty with HIV: Illness
Narrative Analysis Leads to Improved Practice and Quality
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., professor of nursing, and Elizabeth Restrepo,
a recent TWU doctorate of nursing graduate, will present on
“Hospital Birth Volume and Weekend Mortality.”
Dr. Hamilton also will conduct a symposium on “Complexity
Science” at the event.
The Council for
the Advancement of Nursing Science’s National State
of the Science Congress in Nursing Research is a biennial
event that provides a forum for communicating emerging innovations
in nursing science and an opportunity for nurse scientists
to dialogue about current research in nursing and health care.
The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science is an open
member council of the American Academy of Nursing. For more
information, visit www.nursingscience.org.
Amanda McKeen Simpson
Director of News and Information
Tel: (940) 898-3456