UWM nursing students and Faculty Honored at Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio last week. MNRS has been transforming how nursing is practiced for 35 years. MNRS promotes, disseminates, and uses nursing research and encourages, supports, and connects the next generation of nurse scientists. With more than 1,300 members, MNRS is one of the largest and most influential nursing research organizations in the country, serving individuals in a 13-state Midwest region.
Please help us congratulate the following award winners:
Sarah E. Richoux, UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Undergraduate Nursing Student.
Sarah’s research poster entitled, “Early Postpartum Fatigue to 12 Week Depression Symptoms in Disadvantage Women,” earned her 1st Place in the Undergraduate Research Category. Sarah worked under the supervision of Jennifer Doering, PhD, RN.
Kay R. Jansen, MSN, APRN-BC, UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Clinical Faculty and DNP Student. Kay earned honorable mention in the DNP research poster category as first author for the poster entitled, “Integrating Evidence into Nursing Practice: A Practical Approach Using the International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP).” Kay worked collaboratively with Karen Marek, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN from Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation.
Kim Whitmore, MSN, UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing PhD Student.
Kim earned 2nd place in the PhD research poster category as first author on the poster,” Asthma and Poverty: Implications for School Nurses.” Kim worked collaboratively with Eugenie Hildebrandt, PhD, RN, ANP.
Laurie K. Glass, PhD, RN, FAAN, UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Professor Emerita
Dr. Glass received the President's Outstanding Service Award for her 30 year commitment and service as the volunteer MNRS Archivist.