Nursing at Michigan in the News

Nursing at Michigan in the News

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Bernice Matthews, Amy Smith and Gina Bergmooser presented
International Transplant Nursing Symposium

Bernice Mathews, RN, MSA; Amy Smith, RN, BSN; Gina Bergmooser, RN, MSN presented their poster presentation at the International Transplant Nursing Symposium conference on Friday, September 28th-30th. The topic being presented was "A new approach to using acuity in Ambulatory Care Assignments."

Catherine Meldrum presented Better Breathers Club in Ann Arbor

Catherine Meldrum, PhD, MS, RN, CCRC (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine) presented "What you need to know about your inhalers" and also "COPD Exacerbations: Identification, Treatment and prevention Measures" to the Better Breathers Club in Ann Arbor.

Sally Bailey published Collaborative Case Management

Sally Bailey, RN, MSN, CCM, CMAC, Director for Care Management, was published in the Collaborative Case Management issue 66. "Diet Down Your Length of Stay: Lose the Fat and Meet Benchmark Goals".

Catherine Meldrum presented Michigan Care Management Resource Center

Catherine Meldrum, PhD, MS, RN, CCRC (Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine) presented "Management of Acute Exacerbations of COPD" in August 2018 for the Michigan Care Management Resource Center.

Dr. Stephen Strobbe launched Dutch Chapter of IntNSA

In his role as President of the International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA), Dr. Stephen Strobbe - Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, and the Department of Psychiatry - participated in the launch of the Dutch Chapter of IntNSA, in the Netherlands. This event was held in conjunction with the 10th International Council of Nurses (ICN) Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurses (NP/APN) conference in Rotterdam, where Dr. Strobbe also delivered two jury-selected oral presentations, on substance use as a global health risk, and adolescent screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) for substance use.

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Terri Voepel Lewis awarded Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research Protégé Award

Congratulations to Terri Voepel Lewis, PhD, RN (Anesthesiology) on being selected as this year's Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research (FNINR) Protégé awardee. FNINR is an independent, non-profit organization that's vision is to be a bold voice to communicate the impact of NINR's work to elevate nursing science, improve lives and advance the Nation's health.

Catherine Meldrum presented Lung Outreach Program, Grand Rapids

Catherine Meldrum, PhD, MS, RN, CCRC (Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine) presented Multidisciplinary Approach to Management of COPD, Lung Out-reach Program, in Grand Rapids Michigan in July 2018.


Nursing at Michigan Influencing the World!
Michigan Medicine Nurses: Remember to Enter Your Professional Contributions

Have you recently completed a manuscript, book chapter, or presentation? Have you received a grant or award? If so, we’d like to hear about it! Please take a few minutes to tell us about your achievement by completing the survey linked below. Nursing Contribution Submissions:

This information will be used to recognize contributions made by UMHS nurses. It will be posted on the external Nursing Cited Work website (updated quarterly) and will also be included in the monthly Nursing Update newsletter, Nursing Services’ annual reports, Nurse’s Week activities, and shared at other appropriate venues. Thank you for your contributions!

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