Poster Presentations
  1. Changing Lives through Education in LaMajada, Guatemala:  Sharon Little-Stoetzel, PhD, RN.
  2. Complementary Therapies Used for Diabetes by Caribbean Adults: A Systematic Review:   Raquel Brown, MSN, RN, PhD
    Student, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing-Florida Atlantic University.
  3. Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Patient’s Care and its Related Factors: A Questionnaire Survey of Emergency
    Nurses in Japan:  Akane Futami, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan.
  4. Comparison of Infants' Self-Management Capability between Japanese Families Living in Japan and Hong Kong:  Naohiro
  5. Maternal-Child Health Knowledge and Awareness Among At-Risk, Inner-city Adolescent Girls:  Jessica A. Devido, PhD,
  6. Cultural Beliefs, Perceptions and Practices of Young Adult Offspring of African Immigrants Regarding Healthy Eating and
    Activity:  Karen E. Jakub, PhD, RN, Duquesne University.
  7. Enhancing Patient Safety and Patient Experience through Team Diversity: Capitalizing on Internationally Educated  
    Nurses’ Cultural and Linguistic Abilities:  Ruth Lee, RN, BScN, MScN, PhD; CARE Centre for Internationally Educated
    Nurses;  Livia Jakabne, RN, BScN; Hamilton Health Sciences.  
  8. Integration of Culinary Medicine into Nursing Practice:  Christina Baughn, MSN, RN, University of South Alabama; Shana
    Harlan, DNP, RN, University of South Alabama; Heather Horton, DNP, RN, University of South Alabama.
  9. Reducing Health Disparities in the LGBT Population: Academic Partnerships that promote Culturally Competent Nurse
    Practitioner Students:  Constance Creech, EdD, RN, ANP-BC; Janet Paulson, MPH, BSN, RN; Denise Cooper, DNP, RN,
    ANP-BC; University of Michigan-Flint School of Nursing, Flint, MI.  
  10. Examining Social Determinants of Health in Syrian Refugees Using Simulation:  Rebecca Meyer RN, PhD, California  
    Baptist University; Jeri Whitfield RN, MDiv, California Baptist University.    Handout#2
  11. Hurricanes Katrina and Matthew:  A Comparative Analysis of Victim Experiences Utilizing a Transcultural and a Behavioral
    Model:  Jacqueline K. Owens, PhD, RN, CNE, Ashland University; Sharon See, MSN, RNC-OB, Ashland University.  
  12. How Effective are Family Health History Tools in Collecting Information on Race, Ethnicity, and Reducing Health
    Disparities?:  Gaye Ray, MS, FNP-C; Lauren Bretzing, SN.
  13. Understanding Basic Palliative Care: Homeless and Culturally Diverse Populations:  Tammy Neiman, MS, RN-BC
  14. Increasing Cultural Sensitivity Through An International Clinical Experience:  Barbara J. Blake, PhD, RN, FAAN
  15. The Model of Emotional Support for Nursing Professionals in Substance Use Treatment: From the Results of the Interview
    Studies on Nurses in the USA and Japan:  Minori Takarada, RN, PhD, Professor, Mukogawa Women's University;
    Nahoko Nishizawa, Psy,D, Associate Professor, Alliant International University.
  16. Difficulty in Telling to Others, Iizurasa, Experienced by People Suffering from Intractable Neurological Disease in Their
    Daily Lives in Japan:  Yuriko Kuroe, RN, PHN, PhD, Professor, Gifu College of Nursing; Minori Takarada, RN, PhD,
    Professor, Mukogawa Women's University.
  17. Asthma in Children in the United States and its Burdens:  Chinyere  Clara Obasi, RNC, MSN,  PHN, LSN, Augsburg
    College, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  18. Validation of the Spanish Version of the IAPCC-R:  Elizabeth Moran Fitzgerald, EdD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CTN-B,  C-TEFL;
    Glenn Martinez, PhD, MPH; Jessica Witkin, BSN Honors Student, The Ohio State University.  
  19. Poverty Simulation: Nursing Student Strategies to Reduce Health Disparities in the Impoverished:  Gaye Ray, MS, FNP-C,
    PH-C; Debra K. Wing Maj. USAFR, NC, MSNED, RN, CNE; Mike McNeil, SN; Camry Shawcroft, SN.
  20. Collection of Family Health History in Czechia: Nursing Students’ Experiences:  Gaye Ray, MS, FNP-C, PH-C;     Brittni
    Boyd, SN; Madysn Tipton, SN; Ashlen Pruitt, SN.  
  21. Identifying Stigma of Domestic Violence Survivors through Simulation”:  Debra K. Wing, MSNEd, RN, CNE; Gaye L. Ray,
    MS, FNP-C, PH-C; Kirie B. Schiel, SN.
  22. Towards Cultural Competency: An Immersion Experience:  Misty Guy, RN, DNP; Debra Swanzy, RN, DNP.
  23. Interdisciplinary Assessment Rounding and Evaluation: Terri W. Summers, DNP, MSN, RN; Pamela Gordon DNP, MSN,
    RN, APRN.
  24. Preventive Care Program for Asian Americans in a Senior Care Center:  Kristina Martinez, DNP, RN-BC, ANP-BC
  25. Students Perceptions of Culturally Competent Curriculum in Pre-Licensure Baccalaureate Nursing Program:    Leah
    Gordon, RN, MSN, FNP-C, DNP
  26. Short Term Nursing in Guatemala: A Pre-Experience Transcultural Nursing Education Approach:  Tina A. Ellis, MSN, RN,
  27. Japanese Nursing Students' Experiences of Study Abroad Program: Characteristics of Changes of Cultural Sensitivities in
    Two Students:  Tomiko Toda, RN, Med, assistant professor, Konan Women’s University, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan.
  28. Maroochy Dreaming’: The Stories of Aboriginal Nursing Academics Who Have Been Employed within Schools of Nursing
    and Midwifery in Queensland Universities Between 2003-2013:  Lynne Stuart
  29. Can Hospital Readmissions of High-Risk Latino Patients with Diabetes be Reduced Through the Introduction of an
    Assessment and Integrated Plan of Care Plan Focusing on Nurse Care Coordination?:  Edmund A. Travers, DNP, MSN, RN,
    CEN, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center/Regis College.
  30. Cultural Factors that Influence the Care Taken by Immigrants to Elderly People at Home:   María José Morales Gázquez,
    University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; David Mendoza Díaz, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
  31. Elderly as a Culture: Reducing Health Disparities Related to Increased Fall Risk:  Alice B. Younce, DNP, RN, Assistant
    Professor, Adult Health Nursing, University of South Alabama; Bridget Moore, RNC-NIC, MBA, MSN, DNP, NEA-BC,
    Assistant Professor, Adult Health Nursing, University of South Alabama, College of Nursing.
  32. Easing the Pain of Fetal Loss: An Interdisciplinary Approach:  Katherine Bydalek, MSN, FNP-BC, PhD, University of South
    Alabama, Member Transcultural Nursing Society;  Cherie Pohlmann, M.S., RT(R), RDMS, University of South Alabama.  
  33. Psychometric Analysis of a Scale used to Measure Patient Perceptions of Cultural Competency:  Victoria Sattler, Ph.D.,
    RN, MSN
  34. Cancer Worry Among Dominican Women:  A Qualitative Study:  Dr. Alsacia L. Sepulveda-Pacsi, RN,DNS,CEN,CCRN,FNP.  
  35. Overcoming Barriers to Best Clinical Nursing Practice with the Culturally Deaf Population:  Katherine N. Day, BSN, RN,
  36. Examining Rest Practices among African-American Women: Highlighting Self-Care Behaviors through Photovoice: Eboni T
    Harris, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC.
  37. Developing Culturally Relevant Health Education Programs in Diverse Settings:  Jennifer J Hill, MS-RN, MPH.
  38. A Systematic Review of Death-Bed Experiences and Near Death Experiences in the United States Population and in the
    Nepal / India Populations:  Beverly Byers, Trissi Guinn, Chandra Shrestra.
  39. “The Culture of Karen: Educational Strategy to Promote Cultural Understanding in Students Preparing to Provide
    Healthcare to Ghanaian Populations”:  Karen de la Cruz, PhD-C, RN, CTN-A, AACNP/FNP; Debra K. Wing, MSNEd, RN,
    Maj USAFR, NC; Petr Ruda, MSN, RN, FNP.
  40. Reducing Health Disparity for Chronically-Ill Children through Collaborative Care:  Sandra J. Mixer, PhD, RN,     CTN-A,
    Associate Professor, College of Nursing, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Advancing Nursing Education Program
    Grant HRSA-14-066.
  41. University of Michigan-Flint TCN Best Practices in Veteran Nursing Education:  John W. Collins, MPH, BSN, RN, Veterans
    BSN Program Manager. UM-Flint School of Nursing. University of Michigan-Flint.
  42. “MANOS-Hands for Mental Health: Patient-family centered advisory groups for clinical research with vulnerable
    populations:  Tanya R. Sorrell, PhD, PMHNP-BC, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical
  43. Use of a Vietnamese Pain Scale and Report of Pain or Discomfort in Vietnamese Patients with Limited English Proficiency
    During the Post–Operative Period:  Kristine Ho, BSN, University of Southern Mississippi.
  44. Cultural Competence of Nurses in Public Health when Caring for Indigenous People:  Liliana Orozco Castillo;  Alba Lucero
    López Diaz.

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