Concurrent Session Presentations
TCNS Scholar Panel Presentation – Friday, October 20, 2017
(Presentation:  8:30—9:30 am  -  Response & Discussion:  9:30—10:00 am)
    Rising to the Challenges of Displacement and Health Needs of
    Vulnerable Populations Globally: A TCN Imperative

Concurrent Sessions—Friday, October 20, 2017

Concurrent Session E  -  10:15 am—11:00 am

  1. The Clinical Application of the Clinical Model of Cultural Competency and Patient Satisfaction in a
    Hospital in Brooklyn, NY:  Salvacion D. Francisco, Ed.D, MSN, RN, Director of Nursing, Brookdale University
    Hospital and Medical Center.
  2. Meeting the Needs of Mixed Race and Multiple Heritage Individuals through Transcultural Nursing: An A-Z  
    Topics Tour:  Marianne R. Jeffreys, EdD, RN – Transcultural Nursing Scholar, Professor, Nursing, The City
    University of New York (CUNY), Graduate College, Nursing PhD Program, Staten Island, NY;  Rick Zoucha, PhD,
    PMHCNS-BC, CTN-A, FAAN – Transcultural Nursing Scholar, Professor and Chair of Advanced Role and PhD
    Programs, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.  
  3. Methodological Challenges Encountered Conducting Research with Refugees:  Martha B. Baird PhD,
  4. An Invitation to Other Nurse Educators: Inclusion of Essential Transcultural Modules in Nursing
    Curricula:   Priscilla L. Sagar, EdD, RN, ACNS-BC, CTN-A, TNS, Professor, Nancy Spear Owen, MA, RN,
    Simulation Educator; and Vera Rubeo, MS, RN, Instructor, School of Nursing, Mount Saint Mary College,
    Newburgh, NY
  5. Using a Hermeneutic Phenomenology and Transcultural Nursing Research Approach to Explore the
    Experience of Native Hawaiian Patients in Terms of Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction with Nursing Care:  
    Christine Beck, PhD, MSN/MA, APRN-BC, CTN-B, Associate Professor, Chaminade University of Honolulu, HI.

Concurrent Session F  -  11:15 am –12:00 pm

  1. Psychometric Evaluation of the Nurses’ Cultural Competency Knowledge, Skills, and Attitude
    Instrument:    Christine Sommers, MN, RN, CNE; Jill Peltzer, PhD, APRN-CNS.
  2. Addressing Health Inequities with Cultural Safety:  Jennifer Weitzel, MS, RN.
  3. Culturally Competent Virtual Simulations: An Innovative Approach to Addressing Health Disparities:  Dr.
    Lilly Mathew
  4. Transcultural Considerations for Care of Yupik Elders in Southwest Alaska:  Elizabeth Lee, RN;  Mary Weiss,
    RN, MS, CTN-A
  5. American Indian Youth’s Perspectives on Education and Employment:  Loretta Jean Heuer, RN, PhD, FAAN,
    North Dakota State University School of Nursing.  

Concurrent Session G  -  2:00 pm—2:45 pm

  1. Adherence and Satisfaction of Using Social Media for Dietary Self-Management among Filipino
    Americans:  Reimund Serafica, PhD, MSN, RN, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  
  2. Assessing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health competencies among graduate nurses:    
    Rubab Qureshi, MD, PhD, Rutgers University School of Nursing, Newark New Jersey.  
  3. No mas Drogas, No mas Violencia, No mas Latas, No mas Lagrimas: Using Art and Story to Unravel the
    Experience of Women and Violence in La Carpio, Costa Rica:  Anne Watson Bongiorno, PhD, APHN-BC, CNE.
  4. “Addressing Challenges to United States Health Care: A Transcultural Nursing Call to Action”: Margherite
    Matteis, PhD, RN, Regis College, School of Nursing, Weston, MA.
  5. Promoting Awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Resources to Diverse Stakeholders in Rural
    Hawaii: A Community Based Approach:  Lisa Kay Tostenson, DNP, MSNed., FNP-BC, PHN, CTN-B.

Concurrent Session H  -  3:00 pm—3:45 pm

  1. Transcultural Nursing Theory and Practice for Non-Nursing Students:  Rachel E. Spector, RN, PhD, CTN-A,
  2. Leading a Culturally Diverse Healthcare System:  Stephen R. Marrone, EdD, RN-BC, NEA-BC, CTN-A,
    Associate Professor of Nursing, Director, Nurse Educator Program, Long Island University, New York.
  3. Cultural Competency Issues with Rural Appalachian Patients: The View from Native Appalachian
    Nurses:      Robyn Seamon, RN, BSN.
  4. Cultural Distress: an Emerging Paradigm:  Chris DeWilde, MSN, RN, CCRC, CTN-A, VCU Johnson Center for
    Critical Care and Pulmonary Research, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
  5. Addressing Health Disparities in Haiti Through Nursing Education:  Kettie Louis, DNP, Regis College, Boston
    University Medical Center; Barbara Moloney, DNP, Regis College, Endicott College.   

Breakout Panel Discussions (4) -  Friday, October 20, 2017
(4:00—4:45 pm Discussion - 4:45—5:00 pm   Question/Answer)

Panel A - Undergraduate Transcultural Nursing Education
  • “Nursing Students' Cultural Competence toward Homeless Clients with Mental Illness”:  Chin-Nu Lin, PhD,
    RN, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
  • Infusing Telehealth Technology and Transcultural Nursing into College of Nursing Curricula: Preparing
    Culturally Proficient Nurses for Leadership in Health for a Global Society:  Heather Hamilton, PhD, RN,
    Director of Resource Laboratory and Simulation, University of Massachusetts Amherst, College of Nursing; Jean
    DeMartinis, PhD, APRN, FNP, BC, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts, College of Nursing, UMass
    Center at Springfield.
  • “Integrating Transcultural Nursing Strategies into Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum through Active
    Learning Including Motivational Interviewing and Health Belief Models”:  Noreen Nelson, PhD, RN, CNS, CNE
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Panel B – Transcultural Nursing in Panama
  • Strategic Planning for the Development of Cultural Competence among Health Care Professionals in the
    Republic of Panama:  Lydia Gordón de Isaacs, PhD, University of Panama.
  • Measurement of Cultural Competence of Professional Nurses in Republic of Panama: Lydia Gordón de
    Isaacs, PhD.
  • Discovering the Healthcare Beliefs and Practices of Hispanic Indigenous Women with Cervical Cancer in
    the Rural Area of Chiriqui, Republic of Panama:  Mileyda Gómez Ramos, MSN, Doctoral Candidate, University
    of Panamá;   Lydia de Issacs, PhD (Mentor), University of Panamá.
  • Culture Care of Hispanic-Indigenous Women Victims of Domestic Violence:  Irma Escudero Vaca, Student
    Doctorate in nursing with emphasis in international health, Universidad de Panamá.

Panel C -  Transcultural Service Learning

Panel D -  Travel Abroad/Study Abroad from the Transcultural Perspective
  • Measuring Intercultural Development Pre and Post Immersion in an Education Abroad Program:  Elizabeth
    Moran Fitzgerald, EdD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CTN-B, C-TEFL; Penny R. Marzalik, PhD, APRN, CNM, IBCLC.
  • The Long-Term Effects of a Short-Term Study Abroad Experience on Baccalaureate-Prepared Nursing
    Students:  Laura M. Remy, MPH, BSN, RN.
  • Teaching the “Me, me, me” Generation Students Cultural Competence: Prerequisite to Promoting Health
    in Other Communities:  Sheri P Palmer, RN, DNP, CNE, CTN-A.
  • Education:  Nursing Student’s Journey to Promote Health in Ecuador:  Sondra Heaston, MS, NP-C, CEN,
    CNE, Associate Teaching Professor, Brigham Young University College of Nursing, Provo, Utah;  Stacie
    Hunsaker, RN, MS, CEN, CPEN, Assistant Teaching Professor, Brigham Young University College of Nursing,
    Provo, Utah.

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