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'Room to Breathe'
Vinciya Pandian, assistant dean for immersive learning and digital innovation, has helped write the rules and set the standards in tracheostomy care. Contributions during the COVID pandemic have only cemented Pandian’s status as a researcher and caregiver. It’s extremely impressive, and almost as unlikely. Read more about her journey to the SON and her standing as a global authority in Johns Hopkins Nursing magazine. And pick up a copy today by the SON security desk.
Augmented Reality and Nursing
This webinar (5 p.m. Tuesday, May 31) defines and explores one nursing school program’s experience in adding augmented, virtual, and mixed realities into nursing curricula. Experts from University of Central Florida will share their experience and what they wished they would have known prior to incorporating these technologies. Please join us to discuss lessons learned and how we can be best prepared for the future. Hosted by the Center for Immersive Learning and Digital Innovations & Student Nursing and Healthcare Innovation Interest Group.
Disseminating Family Research
The 3rd Family Research Workshop on Disseminating Family Research: State of the Science and Publishing Guidance will be held at Children's National Hospital and via Zoom, 1-3 p.m. Thursday June 2, 2022 from 1-3pm. Featured speakers are Suzanne Feetham, PhD, RN, FAAN and Janice Bell, PhD, RN. Conference is free but registration is required.
SON Experts on Monkeypox
Hear Professor Jason Farley discuss Monkeypox on Sirius XM: “What We Know & Don't Know.” Then, at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 31, SON PhD graduate Erin R. Whitehouse of the Centers for Disease Control presents “Monkeypox: An Old Disease but an Emerging Threat” via Zoom. (Click link below. Password: 809560.)
On the Pulse Podcast: Medical Errors
Recently, a nurse was convicted of criminally negligent homicide and impaired adult abuse after mistakenly administering a medication that killed a patient in 2017. This is a rare conviction but one that calls for us to reconsider how we ensure accountability for everyone. The latest episode of On the Pulse, with SON Assistant Professors Jennifer Milesky and Nicole Mollenkopf, focuses on creating environments that can reduce medical errors and improving systems for better outcomes, accountability, and quality of care.