Hot topics in pediatric nursing: Issues impacting pediatric healthcare

Track: Conference Events

Session Number: 001
Date: Sat, Apr 27th, 2019
Time: 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Description:

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policy, and implications for primary care pediatrics. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 31(6), 695-702. https://10.1016/j.pedhc.2017.05.007

Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: Facilitated by SPN Past Presidents, this interactive forum allows participants to share best practices and learn from other participants about issues impacting pediatric healthcare.

Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Mohr is an Assistant Professor and Associate Department Chair Rush University College of Nursing where she serves as the program director for the Pediatric and Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Programs, teaching in both the DNP and PhD programs. She is an Institute of Medicine Chicago Fellow and served as SPN president from 2008-2010.
Primary Presenter Institution: Rush University College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Institution: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Dr. Wiggins is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Nursing. She teaches course work in health systems innovations at the graduate level and mentors pediatric focused DNP and PhD students. In her current faculty practice role she is a Clinical Research Nurse with Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha NE where she developed and mentors a nursing research fellowship program for pediatric bedside nurses. She served as SPN President from 2014-2016.
Presenter 4 Bio: Dr. Mott currently serves as a Nurse Scientist and Research Consultant at Boston Children’s Hospital in the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Program and Co-director of the Nurse Science Fellowship as part of the Academy of Scholarship and Clinical Inquiry. Her expertise is in qualitative research with many years teaching and conducting studies using various qualitative methods. Currently she provides mentorship to nurses in the Nurse Science Fellowship for their qualitative studies and projects.
Presenter 4 Institution: Boston Children’s Hospital
Presenter 5 Bio: Debra currently serves as an Associate Professor of Nursing at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is devoted to healthcare leadership and works with both MSN and DNP students. Formerly, Debra was the Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer of Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. For most of her professional life, Debra has devoted her professional career in the care of children with roles from a staff nurse in critical care to executive leadership. In 2014, Debra was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Executive Nurse Fellow. The RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program is a world-class, leadership development program for nurse executives to impact health care at a national level. Debra is involved in a number of professional organizations: American Nurses Association, Society of Pediatric Nurses, American Organization of Nurse Executives, and American College of Healthcare Executives. She has served nationally as the President-elect and President of the Society of Pediatric Nurses and the Chairperson of the Nominating Committee for the same organization. She was the founding President of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Society of Pediatric Nurses in Nashville, TN. Debra earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and her master’s and doctorate degrees from Vanderbilt University with a specialty focus in Health Systems Management.
Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: Facilitated by SPN Past Presidents, this interactive forum allows participants to share best practices and learn from other participants about issues impacting pediatric healthcare.

Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Mohr is an Assistant Professor and Associate Department Chair Rush University College of Nursing where she serves as the program director for the Pediatric and Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Programs, teaching in both the DNP and PhD programs. She is an Institute of Medicine Chicago Fellow and served as SPN president from 2008-2010.
Primary Presenter Institution: Rush University College of Nursing
Presenter 2 Institution: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Dr. Wiggins is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Nursing. She teaches course work in health systems innovations at the graduate level and mentors pediatric focused DNP and PhD students. In her current faculty practice role she is a Clinical Research Nurse with Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha NE where she developed and mentors a nursing research fellowship program for pediatric bedside nurses. She served as SPN President from 2014-2016.
Presenter 4 Bio: Dr. Mott currently serves as a Nurse Scientist and Research Consultant at Boston Children’s Hospital in the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Program and Co-director of the Nurse Science Fellowship as part of the Academy of Scholarship and Clinical Inquiry. Her expertise is in qualitative research with many years teaching and conducting studies using various qualitative methods. Currently she provides mentorship to nurses in the Nurse Science Fellowship for their qualitative studies and projects.
Presenter 4 Institution: Boston Children’s Hospital
Presenter 5 Bio: Debra currently serves as an Associate Professor of Nursing at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is devoted to healthcare leadership and works with both MSN and DNP students. Formerly, Debra was the Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer of Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. For most of her professional life, Debra has devoted her professional career in the care of children with roles from a staff nurse in critical care to executive leadership. In 2014, Debra was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Executive Nurse Fellow. The RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program is a world-class, leadership development program for nurse executives to impact health care at a national level. Debra is involved in a number of professional organizations: American Nurses Association, Society of Pediatric Nurses, American Organization of Nurse Executives, and American College of Healthcare Executives. She has served nationally as the President-elect and President of the Society of Pediatric Nurses and the Chairperson of the Nominating Committee for the same organization. She was the founding President of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Society of Pediatric Nurses in Nashville, TN. Debra earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and her master’s and doctorate degrees from Vanderbilt University with a specialty focus in Health Systems Management.