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Innovation Stations

Innovation stations are display presentations that you can browse at your leisure. The nurse(s) responsible for each presentation will be available to discuss their material at key times during the convention, including the opening reception, two lunches and three refreshment breaks.

INNOVATION STATIONS AT A GLANCE [PDF, 372.3 KB]


STATION 1

Continuing Education Needs and Challenges for Nurses Working on the Front Line

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STATION 2

The main stressors that family members of a hospitalized neonatal, pediatric or adult intensive care patient, as well as effective intervention strategies

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STATION 3

Pertussis Outbreak in a Northern Ontario Community: Connections make the difference!

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STATION 4

Harm Reduction and Illicit Substance Use

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STATION 5

A Scoping Review on Family-Centred Health Literacy

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STATION 6

Interprofessional Collaboration with the Clinical Nurse Specialist

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STATION 7

Nurse Fatigue: Designing an Infographic to Communicate the Problem to Canadian Nurses

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STATION 8

Harnessing technology to improve nursing student preparation to participate in simulation: Feasibility, usability and learning outcomes of an innovative virtual simulation game

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STATION 9

A Nursing Leadership Project: Mentorship to Support Community Health Nursing Certification in Indigenous Communities

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STATION 10

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STATION 11

Patient-Oriented Research at an Outpatient Movement Disorders Clinic: Lessons Learned from the Patient Consultation Process.

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STATION 12

Development and implementation of a suicide prevention protocol in long-term care

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STATION 13

Telehomecare — A Technology Tool for Home Healthcare Success

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STATION 14

The role of the Rapid Response Nurse (RRN) in the community: Enhancing the patient experience in transition from hospital to home

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STATION 15

HautHealth: The Effect of Social Media on Health Knowledge

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STATION 16

Building Bridges for Stollery Awasisak (children in Cree) Indigenous Health

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STATION 17

Patient-Family Centered Care and Communication

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STATION 18

Reducing Hospital Harm

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STATION 19

Canadian Expertise: CPSI Patient Safety Education Program Canada (PSEP – Canada): Patient / Client Safety in Home Care

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STATION 20

Recovery Activation Community Transition (ReACT) Service: Supporting Successful Transition of Patients Experiencing Severe, Persistent Mental Illness into the Community

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STATION 21

Using the Nursing Role Effectiveness Model to Evaluate Nursing Contributions in Healthcare: Does the Model have Utility within the Primary Care Setting?

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