UF nursing faculty, UF Health nurses ‘wow’ at Florida Nurses Association conference

Congratulations to three of our 2022-23 UF Health and UF College of Nursing Demonstration Project groups! These teams of UF Health nurses and UF College of Nursing faculty recently presented at the 2023 Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference on July 29 in Orlando.

Clinical Assistant Professor Bryce Catarelli, DNP, APRN, FNP-C  and Clinical Assistant Professor Patrick Nobles, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNL also were honored as podium presenters, discussing the recent study “Implementing Innovative Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement and Critical Thinking for Research and Evidence-Based Practice.”

The conference served as a forum for nurse researchers to share ideas and discuss knowledge being developed in academic, clinical and community settings throughout Florida. Recent updates from the progress of each demonstration project were also shared.

Congratulations again to all who attended!

Demonstration Projects at the event:

COVID-19 Related Wounds in Acutely Ill Inpatients Over the First Two Years of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic (CRAFT)

Team: Jennifer Bart, Cristina Phillips, Debra Lyon (MPIs), Caitlin Tripp, Randall Brian, Aimee Sheddan, Michele Berrious, Jennifer Huys, Jaime Thomas, Meghan Bailey, Cindy Westbrook, Elizabeth Dunn

Reducing Aggressive Behavioral Events in the Psychiatric Setting Through Caring Science

Team: Team: Genevieve Banaag, Mariah, Rappazzo, Victoria Menzies (MPIs)

Cultivating a Culture of Gratitude and Recognition on the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit

Team: Jamie Dees and Bryce Catarelli (MPIs)