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Highlights of SON Faculty, Student, Staff, and Alumni Accomplishments

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Awards, Honors, Appointments, Gifts and Grants

SON in the News

Alumna Madelyn Pearson, MSN ’17, student in our DNP Class of ‘18, is featured in “Pearson Named Chief Nursing Officer, SVP of Patient Care Services,” BWH Clinical & Research News, May 2017.

Alumnus Desmond Nathanson, BS ’17, is quoted in “Rutgers University-New Brunswick Recognizes its Highest Academic Achievers,” Rutgers Today, May 13, 2017

Alumnus Larider Ruffin, BS ’07 and MSN ’10, president of the Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association, was interviewed for a Nurses Week segment [26:16 to 41:21] in Haiti Premiere Classe E98 SO1 (2017), May 2017.

Alumni Gina Miranda-Diaz, DNP ’08, president of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses-New Jersey chapter, and Larider Ruffin, BS ’07 and MSN ’10, president, Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association, are among the nursing leaders  featured in “New Jersey's Leaders in Nursing Address Key Healthcare Issues,” Caucus New Jersey,  May 20, 2017

Alumna Sheryl Slonim, DNP ‘10, executive vice president, patient care services and chief nursing officer at Holy Name Medical Center, is quoted in “APRNs Improve Quality Outcomes, Cost of Care,” Health Leaders Media, June 1, 2017.

Felesia Bowen, assistant professor, and Rula Btoush, associate professor, cited in “New Jersey Health Foundation Awards Excellence in Teaching,” PR News Wire,  June 5, 2017

Alumna Sizhu “Melody” Liu is spotlighted in “Medical practitioner now at St. Luke’s,” Parkland Press, June 13, 2017

SON Convocation Salutes Class of 2017; Recognizes Class of 1957
NJPAC’s 2,800-seat auditorium was filled to capacity as graduates, faculty, staff, family members and friends gathered on the morning of May 18 for the School of Nursing Convocation honoring the 593-strong Class of 2017! Highlights included the convocation speech presented by Alumna Rita Smith, DNP ‘08, who serves as vice president for patient care services and chief nursing officer at Jersey City Medical Center; the graduate student speech presented by Shaakira Abdul Razzaq, recipient of the Stanley Bergen Medal of Honor; and the undergraduate speech presented by Rebecca Lintag, nursing student senate president at-large.
Two faculty members received excellence awards from the New Jersey Health Foundation. Felesia Bowen, assistant professor and François-Xavier Bagnoud Endowed Chair in Community Pediatric Nursing, received the Excellence in Research Award; and Rula Btoush, associate professor, received the Excellence in Teaching Award.
An additional high point was Dean William Holzemer’s recognition of the Class of 1957, which was celebrating its 60th Anniversary and ably represented by four classmates who attended the Convocation: Mary Donohue Castelli; Marie Melchiori; Nancy Smith; and Beverly Tuit Durkin. Dean Holzemer also recognized Shirley Smoyak, a class of ’57 alumna who was unable to attend the event. Smoyak served more than 56 years on the School of Nursing faculty before retiring.

Share the Memories—SON Photo Albums Posted
The School of Nursing page on Flickr is regularly updated with event photos. Here are some recently posted albums for your viewing pleasure:

Album 2, Awards and Speaker Highlights

A Year of Community Service for Blackwood Campus Students
Melissa Parkin, May 2017 graduate, BS in Nursing program at our Blackwood Campus, reported on student-led community outreach activities conducted over the past year. “This year, we hosted our own career event in January; provided free blood pressure screenings at the Blackwood Pumpkin Festival in October; volunteered at Cathedral Kitchen; donated Christmas presents to two local children in foster care through Bianca's Kids foundation; and donated clothing to the Twin Oaks mental health facility. With money we raised throughout the year, we made 50 ‘Blessing Bags’ filled with toiletries, socks, snacks, and other items that we presented to Unforgotten Haven for distribution to homeless individuals in our community. View Blessings Bags photos. On May 7th, we volunteered at the Field of Dreams in Absecon, NJ, a baseball field designed for those with disabilities and able to accommodate walkers and wheelchairs. We played baseball and ran the bases with visiting children and served at the concession stand. We had a wonderful, exciting time.” View photos at Field of Dreams.

Seeking Infants Ages 8 to 18 months for Research Study on Attention Development
Margaret Sullivan, professor and associate dean for research services, is seeking help identifying infants, age 8 to 18 months, for a pilot project she is conducting with Nancy Fiedler, Rutgers School of Public Health.  The pilot aims to beta-test with U.S. infants, updated procedures used to study infant’s attention. For more information on the study, click here.

Dr. Thomas Hawkins Receives National Honor from Nephrology Nurses Association
Charlotte Thomas-Hawkins, associate professor and director, Center for Healthcare Quality, received the 2017 award for Outstanding Contributions to the American Nephrology Nurses’ Association (ANNA), the association’s highest honor. She was recognized during the ANNA National Symposium, held April 7-10 in Washington, DC. 
Thomas-Hawkins has been an ANNA member since 1985. Her volunteer service with AANA has included involvement at the local and national levels. She has represented the Keystone Chapter on the ANNA Certified Nephrology Review Course Planning Committee and served as research development and professional practice consultant. In addition, she was a manuscript reviewer for the Nephrology Nursing Journal and a reviewer for the second edition of Contemporary Nephrology Nursing. Other committee roles have included the National Clinical Practice Committee, the Professional Practice Committee, and the Research Committee.  She is currently a member of an ANNA task force that is charged with the determination of nephrology nursing quality indicators and nurse-sensitive outcomes. 
She was the first researcher to quantify the relationships among nursing structures (patient-to-RN ratios, workload), nurse practice environment support, missed care, and patient outcomes in outpatient dialysis units in the United States. That work helped to lead to policy changes in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Staffing Regulations in the CMS Dialysis Provider Conditions for Coverage.
Thomas-Hawkins has served on numerous local, regional, and national advisory boards and professional organization committees. To date, she has over 60 refereed publications, including articles, abstracts, chapters, and reviews. She has provided over 100 presentations nationally and internationally on all aspects of her work. Learn more about Thomas-Hawkins and her work.

A Trailblazer in Emergency Nursing
Mary Kamienski, professor and specialty director of the Family Nurse Practitioner in Emergency Care program, and Andrew Rotjan, a 2015 graduate, were among the first nurses to pass the new national certification examination in Emergency Nurse Practitioner, established January 2017. Congratulations to these Board-Certified Emergency Nurse Practitioners.  Kamienski, nationally recognized as a pioneer in Emergency Nursing, is founding director of our Emergency Care NP program, established with support from a competitive grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). A recipient of numerous awards and honors, she received the 2017 New Jersey Emergency Nurses Association Research Award, presented at the association’s annual Emergency Care Conference held March 15-17 in Atlantic City.  Learn more about Kamienski and her work here.

Awards, Honors & Appointments—Faculty and Staff
Sharon Anderson, assistant professor and co-director of the RN to BS program, was selected to attend the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2017 Leadership for Academic Nursing Program (LANP). The prestigious and highly competitive program has been preparing future deans and other top administrators for more than 15 years. This structured professional development experience includes assessment and evaluation of leadership skills, identification of success strategies, and consultation to achieve long-term goals. Each year since 2002, a cohort of 40 Fellows has been selected to participate in LANP through a competitive application process. In July, the 2017 Fellows will attend a five-day workshop in Chaska, MN, where they will participate in intensive classes and exercises related to effective academic leadership.

Felesia Bowen, assistant professor and François-Xavier Bagnoud Endowed Chair in Community Pediatric Nursing, was selected to attend the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) Summer Genetics Institute (SGI) at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, June 5-30, 2017.  The SGI, a 4-week program with classroom and laboratory components, provides an exceptional foundation in molecular genetics for use in research, clinical practice and teaching activities.  Attendees are chosen for this highly competitive and prestigious program based on potential for a highly productive research or clinical career.  The program is administered by the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences and is sponsored by the National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR).

Pamela de Cordova, assistant professor, was selected to participate as an objective review committee (ORC) member for the review of grant applications received for the HRSA-17-062: Health Workforce Research Center (HWRC) Cooperative Agreement Program.  By serving on HRSA committees such as this, members assure that evaluation of grant and cooperative agreement applications is objective, equitable, and ethical. 

Mary DiGiulio, assistant professor, will be inducted as a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) at the association’s annual conference June 20-25 in Philadelphia, PA. AANP Fellows are selected based on outstanding contributions to clinical practice, research, education or policy.  Representing the interests of the more than 234,000 NPs in the U.S., the AANP is the largest professional membership organization for nurse practitioners (NPs) of all specialties. AANP provides legislative leadership at the local, state and national levels, advancing health policy; promoting excellence in practice, education and research; and establishing standards that best serve NP patients and other health care consumers.

Mehtap S. Ferrazzano, assistant dean for student engagement, received the Distinguished Excellence in Diversity Award from NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Region II. She received the award at the Region II Conference held June 4-6 in Pittsburgh [View photo]. The award acknowledges an individual that consistently displays a commitment to diversity in higher education. The award recipient embodies a commitment to celebrating, appreciating and accepting diverse backgrounds, values and beliefs, creating an inclusive environment, and standing against inequities and injustice. NASPA provides high-quality professional development, advocacy, and research for 15,000 members. Region II encompasses Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia. In addition, it represents Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Canal Zone, Afghanistan, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Italy, and Turkey.

Deanna Gray-Miceli was appointed to serve as vice chair of the membership committee for the
National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence (NHCGNE). The center is a collaboration of national and international nursing schools and institutions dedicated to enhancing and sustaining the capacity and competency of nurses to provide quality care to older adults through faculty development, nursing research, leadership development and influencing of related policy.  

Cheryl Holly professor and co-director of the Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation, was appointed alternate member to the Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI) Advisory Panel on Assessment of Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options. The PCORI is an independent, nonprofit organization authorized by Congress in 2010. Its mission is to fund research that will provide patients, their caregivers, and clinicians with the evidence-based information needed to make better-informed healthcare decisions. PCORI is committed to continually seeking input from a broad range of stakeholders to guide its work.

Yuri Jadotte, assistant professor and assistant director for education for the Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST), was accepted as a member of the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR). Founded in 1942, the APTR is the national membership association for medical and health professions institutions and their faculty advancing prevention and population health education and research.

Melinda Jenkins, associate professor, is a peer reviewer for MedInfo 2017 and for Lippincott, Nurse Practitioner Journal and Western Journal of Nursing Research. She is also representing Rutgers School of Nursing on the HealthSciences-Newark IRB.

Lucile Joel, distinguished professor, was elected a Fellow of The New York Academy of Medicine.  Academy fellows and student members, comprising a network of more than 2,000 experts elected by their peers from across health professions, are committed to addressing the academy’s focus areas of healthy aging, disease prevention, and eliminating health disparities, especially in U.S. cities. Joel has served at Rutgers since 1979 in a variety of academic and senior administrative roles. She is an advanced practice nurse and clinical specialist in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. She is past president of the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the New Jersey State Nurses Association.  A former first vice-president of the International Council of Nurses (ICN), headquartered in Geneva, she serves as the ICN’s representative to UNICEF and the United Nations. She is past-president of the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS), and was the founding president of the International Center for Nurse Migration, a joint venture between ICN and CGFNS.

Sallie Porter, assistant professor, was elected a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow in Nursing, National Academies of Practice (NAP). The organization was founded in 1981 to advise governmental bodies on our health care system. It is the only interdisciplinary group of health care practitioners dedicated to these issues. NAP Distinguished Practitioners, Scholars and Policy Fellows are elected by their peers from 14 different health professions. 

Valerie Smith Stephens, assistant dean for academic support services and director of the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program, was appointed a member of the objective review committee (ORC) for the review of grant applications received for the HRSA-17-071 Area Health Education Centers Program. Smith Stephens was recruited by HRSA based primarily on her work with the Educational Opportunity Fund and Minority Nurse Leadership Institute at the School of Nursing. Committees such as this work to ensure that HRSA’s Division of Independent Review’s (DIR) evaluation of grant and cooperative agreement applications is objective, equitable, and ethical.

Awards, Honors & Appointments— Students

Jennifer Bucalo, student in the PhD in Urban Systems program, Education track, has received a Rutgers Graduate School - Newark Dissertation Fellowship, which provides a stipend of $20,000 over a one-year period. Her dissertation examines resiliency and college persistence among Latinas in the U.S. Rula Btoush, SON associate professor, is co-chair of Bucalo’s dissertation committee with Mara Sidney, associate professor at the Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Sciences.

Mark Karasin, then a DNP Acute Care student (graduated May ’17), received an education grant of $600 to attend the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) Global Surgical Conference & Expo in Boston, April 1-5, where he presented his DNP project poster, OR-CRISIS (Operating Room – Crisis Response Improvement by Staging an Interdisciplinary Simulation). Karasin also was named one of AORN’s “Top 40 under 40” leaders. According to his announcement letter, “the work you’ve put into the perioperative profession, along with the engagement you’ve demonstrated as a member of AORN, are positive examples for all perioperative leaders in the making.”

Tara Heagele and Rosario Sanchez, both students in the PhD in Nursing program, were elected as student members of the New York Academy of Medicine. They will be recognized at the 2017 Induction Ceremony to be held November 2nd.  Academy fellows and student members, comprising a network of more than 2,000 experts elected by their peers from across health professions, are committed to addressing the academy’s focus areas of healthy aging, disease prevention, and eliminating health disparities, especially in U.S. cities.

Lois Rockson, student in the PhD in Urban Systems program, Urban Health track, has received the 2017 American Association of University Women (AAUW) - American Dissertation Fellowship of $20,000. Her dissertation examines knowledge, perceptions, and practices related to breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening among Garifuna women residing in the boroughs of New York City. Rula Btoush, associate professor, is chair of Rockson’s dissertation committee.

Eunhea "Grace" You, student in the PhD in Nursing program, has received a Rutgers Graduate School - Newark Dissertation Fellowship for Academic Year 2017-2018.  Her dissertation research will utilize a randomized controlled trial design to determine the effectiveness of self-administered acupressure in relieving neuropathic pain in cancer survivors. Rita Musanti, assistant professor and RBHS Endowed Chair of Oncology Nursing, is You’s dissertation committee chair.

Gifts and Grants

Yuri T. Jadotte, assistant professor and assistant director for education, Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST), is the principal investigator of an award totaling $11,000. The project, titled Public Health Training in Zika Prevention and Control, is being supported by the American College of Preventive Medicine ( and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (

Charlotte Thomas-Hawkins, associate professor and director, Center for Healthcare Quality, (PI), Lynda Flynn (PI), Mary Johansen, associate professor and associate director, New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing (Co-L); and Dennis Carmody, professor (Co-L), received a $10,000 grant from the American Nephrology Nurses Association for their project, Effects of nursing-sensitive indicators on value-based outcomes in outpatient hemodialysis units: A multi-level model approach. The study aims to determine the effects of hemodialysis unit variations in front-line nurse manager and staff nurse staffing, workload, practice environment support, and adequacy of care processes on value-based, federally-reported patient outcomes and adverse events in outpatient hemodialysis facilities.




Allread, V., & Paul, S.M. (2017, Winter) Opioid misuse, abuse and addiction, Part 1: changing trends. MDAdvisor, Supplemental Article, pp 2-8. Download pdf.

Bradshaw, M. (2017). DNP outcome dissemination via a project webpage. Outcomes, 3(1). Retrieved from:

Bradshaw, M. & Kosnar, D. (2017). Asthma-COPD overlap syndrome: A new diagnostic consideration.  Journal for Nurse Practitioners 13(1), e41-42.

Bradshaw, M. & Porter, S. (2017). Infographics: A new tool for the nursing classroom. Nurse Educator 42(2), 57-59, DOI: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000316

Caplan, S. (2017). Culture. In Jean Giddens (Ed.) Concept-based nursing, First Edition. St. Louis, MO: Mosby

Gray-Miceli, D., Mazzia, L.M., & Crane, G. (2017) Advanced practice nurse-led statewide collaborative to reduce falls in hospitals. Journal of Nursing Care Quality 32 (2), 120-125. DOI: 10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000213

Holly, C. (in press). Evidence Summary: Active body surface warming systems for preventing complications caused by inadvertent perioperative hypothermia in adults. J. Perioperative Nursing

Holly C., Porter S., Echevarria, M., Drecker, M., & Rudjahi, S. (in press). Recognizing delirium in hospitalized children: A systematic review of risk factors and characteristics of acute pediatric delirium. American Journal of Nursing.

Iwu, E.N., & Holzemer, W.L. (2017). HIV task sharing between nurses and physicians in Nigeria: Examining the correlates of nurse self-efficacy and job satisfaction. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 28(3), 395-407.

Jadotte, Y.T., Chase, S.M., Qureshi, R.I., Holly, C., & Salmond, S.W. (2017). The HCAHPS survey as a potential tool for measuring interprofessional competency at American hospitals nationwide: A content analysis study of concept validity. Health and Interprofessional Practice. 3(2):eP1119.

Kelly, S., Evanovich Zavotsky, K., Delaney,E., Pagani,C., Duffy, C.P., Haqq-Stevens, E., & Young, M. (2017). Motivation and personal challenges while enrolled in higher education: The pathway to becoming a baccalaureate nurse. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 7(11), 14-22.

Mahat, G., & Bowen, F. (2017). Parental knowledge about urban preschool children's oral health risk. Pediatric Nursing 43(1):30–34.

Manzetti, C., & LoGrippo, M. T. (2017). Characteristics of collaboration among academic and practice partners: A pilot study. Teaching and Learning in Nursing 12(1), 8-11.  DOI:

Paul, S.M., & Allread V. (2017, Winter). Opioid misuse, abuse and addiction, Part 2: Opioid prescriber responsibilities and resources. MDAdvisor, Supplement, pp. 4-16. Download pdf.

Porter, S. & Mimm, N. (2017). Infants with congenital Zika virus infection: A new challenge for early intervention professionals. Infants & Young Children 30(1), 17-27. (selected by the International Society of Early Intervention for open access). doi: 10.1097/IYC.0000000000000084

Qureshi, R.I., Zha, P., Kim, S., Naqvi, Z., Dubbs, W., Ritch, W., & Holly, C. (2017). Healthcare needs and healthcare utilization among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender populations in New Jersey, Journal of Homosexuality, May 2017, 1-14.

Salmond, S., & Echevarria, M. (2017). Healthcare transformation and changing roles for nursing. Orthopaedic Nursing 36 (1), 12-25. doi:  10.1097/NOR.0000000000000308

Salmond, S., Echevarria, M., & Allread, V. (2017). Care bundles: Increasing consistency of care. Orthopaedic Nursing 36 (1), 45-48. DOI: 10.1097/NOR.0000000000000311



Adelakun, E., Bradshaw, M., & Reinisch, C. (2017, June). A faith-based intervention to promote walking and nutrition. Presented at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Avadhani, A. (2017, April). Hands on skills for acute care nurse practitioner students: Mandatory part of the curriculum? Poster presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, Washington, DC.

Bradshaw, M. (2017, January). Using student SOAP notes to promote student-faculty publication. Presented at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Doctoral Education Conference, Coronado, CA.

Bradshaw, M. (2017, June). The science of developing SMART DNP project ideas. Presented at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Caplan, S., & McDonald, J. (2017, May 4). Mobile health: Considerations for nurse researchers. Webinar presented for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

Heagele, T. (2017, March). Why are you in my ER? An analysis of the vulnerability of the elderly and the medically frail in disaster. Presented at theNew Jersey Emergency Nurses Association 2017 Emergency Care Conference, Atlantic City, NJ.

Iwu, E. (2017, July). Task shifting: Workforce opportunities and challenges for nursing. Invited plenary speech to be presented at the 14th Biennial General Meeting of the West African College of Nursing, Abuja, Nigeria.

Jadotte, Y.T., Holly, C., Salmond, S., Benenson, I., Paplanus, L., & P.Thompson-Stewart. (2017, September). The utility of systematic review and meta-analysis of prevalence and single group continuous data: Methodological and practical challenges and benefits using four real world systematic review cases. Selected for long oral presentation at the Global Evidence Summit, Cape Town, South Africa.  (Only 8.7% of the 1200 submissions were accepted for oral presentation.)

Jarrín. O., Crystal, S., Bilder, S., & Hermida, R. (2017, June). Impact of national campaign to reduce antipsychotic medication use in nursing homes. Podium presentation at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Jarrín, O., White, E., McHugh, M., & Aiken, L. (2017, June). Hospital admissions associated with home health agency management. Poster presentation at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Knox, B., Naranjo, N., & Decrise, M. Health heart program. (2017, March). Workshop presented in English and Spanish to the Essex County Family Justice Center, Newark, NJ.

Naylor, M., Hirschman, K., Toles, M., Jarrín, O., Shaid. E., & Pauly, M. (2017, June). Adaptations of the evidence-based transitional care model. Poster symposium presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Novik, A., Padovano, C., & Bradshaw, M. (2017, June). Development of an evidence-based controlled substance agreement form for New Jersey APNs. Presented at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Salmond, S. (2017, April). Keynote address presented to the 40th annual Philippine Nurses Association of NJ (PNANJ) conference, Advancing Healthcare Through Innovation, Edison, NJ.

Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS), 29th Annual Scientific Sessions, (2017, April), Philadelphia, PA:
Bowen, F. A community approach to decreasing youth violence. Poster session.
Budin, W., served as member of the 2017 Conference Planning Committee.
Chao, Y., & Musanti, R. The feasibility of an exergaming program among underserved older African Americans. Poster presentation.
de Cordova, P., Johansen, M.,  Martinez, M., & Cimiotti, J.  Emergency department weekend presentation and mortality in patients with acute myocardial infarction. Paper session.
de Cordova, P., and Riman, K. The effect of public reporting on cardiac outcomes for acute myocardial infarction patients: A systematic review of the evidence. Poster session.
Gray-Miceli, D., &  Craelius, W.  Mobile technology for assessing balance and symptoms during sit to stand movement of older adults in long term care. Poster session.

Combatting Opioids and the Addiction Crisis, Drew University, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. (2017, April). Madison, NJ. Kelly VanWyck, then a DNP student (Class of ‘17) organized a panel with the following presentations by Professor Bradshaw and several students: 
Bevan, M., & Salem, R.: Development of a CDS course targeting CRNAs.
Bradshaw, M.: Revision of CDS course for Rutgers and WHO for NP prescribing.
Delle Donna, J.: Examining provider adherence to CDS guidelines in the ED.
Novik, A.: NJ APN use of CDS monitoring tools and development of a CDS agreement for NJ.
VanWyck, K: Appraisal of CDS tools for health literacy.

43rd Annual Meeting of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, (2017, April), Washington, DC.  Mercedes Echevarria organized a symposium, Is it time to realign your DNP courses?, which included the following presentations:
Bradshaw, M., Realignment of the DNP project courses
Jenkins, M. Clinical scholarship underpinnings.
Padovano, C. Is it time to realign your DNP course?
Hindin, P., & Caldwell, B. Toxic stress and yoga in pre-school children: A pilot study. Poster session.
Mauro, A. M., Tracy, D., and Manchester, J. Building a culture of teaching excellence: Evaluation of a new center for educational research and innovation. Poster session.
Seo, J. Y., & Chao, Y. The effects of exercise interventions on depression among older adults in the community: A systematic review of literature. Poster session.

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