FREE AFN Webinar - Cracking Open the Evidence Locker: A Recipe for Evidence Based Practice (EBP)
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About The Event
THE AFN RESEARCH COMMITTEE INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR THIS FREE AFN WEBINAR WITH SPECIAL GUESTS DR. DENISE L. GAREE, DR. MICHELLE PATCH AND LORETTA TSU ON AUGUST 12, 2020 AT 12:00 PM EST.
In this first of a series of open and friendly dialogues, your colleagues from the AFN Research Committee will apply an analogy of a recipe to the EBP process and discuss how it impacts patient outcomes. We will use a recent open access article on alternate light sources to further illustrate EBP concepts in action. This special webinar session is FREE and geared toward forensic nurses, advance practice nurses, and emergency department/healthcare providers.
Don't miss your opportunity to:
- Understand and describe key concepts of EBP.
- Compare EBP concepts with the elements of a recipe.
- Understand the application of EBP concepts utilizing an open access article on alternate light source.
AFN WEBINAR HOSTS
DR. MICHELLE PATCH
PhD, MSN, APRN-CNS, ACNS-BC
Dr. Patch is a board-certified adult health clinical nurse specialist and an Assistant Professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Her scholarly interests include intimate partner violence, assault mechanisms, and workplace violence in health care. Dr. Patch is a member of the national Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention’s Medical Advisory Board, Research Committee Chair for the Academy of Forensic Nursing, faculty for the Armstrong Institute’s Patient Safety Leadership Academy, and has authored several peer-reviewed publications on violence and safety-related topics.
DR. DENISE GAREE
PhD, MSN, RN, CEN
Dr. Garee is Adjunct Faculty for the nursing program at Indian River State College. Dr. Garee is the AFN Research Committee Secretary, and a member of the AFN Education Committee. She is also the Continuing Education Committee Chair for the IAFN, and serves as an Education Committee member for the Human Trafficking Coalition of the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee. Additionally, she performs peer review for both the Journal of Emergency Nursing and Journal of Forensic Nursing, and recently authored trauma training modules on Adult IPV and Thermal Injury Care for the ENA.
LORETTA TSU MA, BSN, RN, SANE-A, SCRN
Ms. Tsu is a forensic nurse examiner and Assistant Manager of the Forensic Nurse Examiner Program at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, Colorado. Prior to her career in nursing, she worked as a research coordinator on several different neurocognitive research studies in New York City and Charleston, South Carolina. Her research focus involves intimate partner violence, brain injury, and health outcomes after experiencing trauma and violence. This fall, Ms. Tsu will begin doctoral studies at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing.