About the Conference: Baptist Health South Florida Nursing & Health Sciences Research hosts the annual BHSF Research Conference. The conference is designed to engage healthcare providers in research and evidence-based practice activities that improve the quality of patient care and enhance organizational efforts to provide clinically excellent, compassionate care. Each year it provides healthcare providers with the opportunity to gain knowledge related to feasible and relevant strategies to integrate research and evidence based practice in a clinical setting.
Intended Audience: This program is designed for nurses and healthcare professionals who work in direct patient care, research, management, education or are interested in research.
Submissions from 2016
Exploring Perceptions of Workplace Bullying in Nursing, Flora Benamor
Nurses' Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Pain Study, Gwen Burley
Improving Outcomes Through Performance Improvement, Evidence-Based Practice, or Research: Choosing the Right Road, Eve Butler, Maria Ojeda, and Andrea Prentiss
Nitroglycerin Administration Trim Project, Rosa Filomeno
Strategies to Improve the Use of Electronic Prescription, Rosa Filomeno
Quality of Life of Patients with Diabetes, Clair Hefner
Turn Teams, How Do You Prevent Unit Acquired Pressure Ulcers?, Evelyn Jonusas and Maria Kahn
Immediate Debriefing in Simulation: A Mobile Video Playback System, Tania Kalogeras
Exploring Nurses’ Feelings On Floating: A Phenomenological Study, Marie Paule Lafontant
Patient’s Ease of Use, Comfort, and Satisfaction with the Female Urinal, Adriel Rodriguez
Increasing RN Perceived Competency with Substance Use Patients, Regina Russell
Bridging the Experience Gap: An ED Escalation Guide, Marcia Schram
Voluntary Incident and Near-Miss Reporting, Debra Stanger