APGNN Abstracts and Poster Submission

PLEASE CONSIDER SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT FOR THE APGNN ANNUAL MEETING NEXT YEAR IN FLORIDA - THIS IS FREE FOR APGNN MEMBERS

                                                                    

         

              The 2017 Posters of Distinction Award Winners                                     

A.  Elizabeth Yarger: Improving care for our IBD Population through the nurse-practitioner led annual visit 

B.  Jill Frawley: Quality Improvement in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Successful Strategy to Improve  Disease-Specific Knowledge in Patients and Parents

C.  Jennifer Walden: Patient and parent/caregiver satiation scoring: Comparison between a validated pediatric scoring   questionnaire and NRC/Picker response                                                                                                                 

            The 2017 Winner of the Susan Moyer Award 

Whitney Gray:  Her research will evaluat Impact of a nurse-led teaching program on patient and caregiver knowledge in pediatric IBD.


   

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS – ANNUAL MEETING 2017- LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

We had another outstanding year with a record number of abstract submissions!  Our members are doing extraordinary things and it was great learning from them.

  1. DOES THE EVIDENCE SUPPORT PREMEDICATING PEDIATRIC CROHN'S DISEASE PATIENTS WITH ANTIHISTAMINES DURING INFLIXIMAB INFUSIONS?  Kerri Fournier
  1. PRELIMINARY STUDY OF ATYPICAL ULCERATIVE COLITIS AND INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE UNCLASSIFIED IN KOREAN PEDIATRIC ONSET IBD.  Sunghee Lee
  1. UTILIZATION OF A CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR PATIENTS NEWLY DIAGNOSED WITH CROHN'S DISEASE.  Barbara Drobnic
  1. TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT THAT FREEZING AND THAWING HAS ON THE VISCOSITY OF HOMEMADE BLENDERIZED FORMULA TO BE FED BY GASTROSTOMY TUBE.             Sharon Weston
  1. NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT IN THE CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSIVE CARE UNIT AT THE INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PEDIATRIA - MEXICO DURING 2012 – 2015.  Beatriz Pinzon Navarro
  1. MRI IMAGING: A PERSONALIZED APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING FATTY LIVER DISEASE.  Paige Shyken
  1. A HOSPITAL WIDE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO OPTIMIZE MATERNAL BREAST MILK SUPPLY IN MOTHERS WITH INFANTS IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT.  Nancy Murray
  1. PATIENT AND PARENT/CARER SATISFACTION SCORING: COMPARISON BETWEEN A VALIDATED PEDIATRIC SCORING QUESTIONNAIRE AND NRC/PICKER® RESPONSE IN A PEDIATRIC DAYCASE ENDOSCOPY SETTING.  Jennifer Walden
  1. IMPORTANCE OF NURSING OBSERVATIONS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF MANOMETRY TESTING IN CHILDREN: A CASE SERIES.  Roberta Chaney
  1. PDSA: LIDOCAINE & BENZOCAINE FOR ANESTHETIC USE DURING PH PROBE INSERTION IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS.  David Murchio
  1. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN PEDIATRIC INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE: A SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY TO IMPROVE DISEASE-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE IN PATIENTS AND PARENTS.       Jill Frawley
  1.  IBD & CRYPTOSPORIDIUM.  Patricia Bierly
  1. COLONOSCOPY UNIVERSAL CORD LOWER BACK ANCHORING BELT.  Abdul Shahein
  1. A TEAM APPROACH TO CONSTIPATION MANAGEMENT: DEFECATION DISORDERS CENTER.  Susan Peck
  1. “TROUBLESOME” TUBES: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF ENTERAL TUBE COMPLICATIONS AND NURSING INTERVENTIONS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS.  Lori Parker-Hartigan
  1. THE USE OF TRANSANAL IRRIGATIONS (TAI) IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH ORGANIC DEFECATORY DISORDERS.  Fiona Paul
  1. PANCREAS CARE CENTER SUCCESS: PRE-VISIT PLANNING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROCESS IN CHILDREN WITH PANCREATIC DISEASE.  Angela Turner
  1. BODY COMPOSITION IN CHILDREN WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS IN THE INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PEDIATRIA, MEXICO CITY.  Miriam Bautista
  1. PROCESS IMPROVEMENT FOR PHONE CALL MANAGEMENT IN A PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY OFFICE: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY.  Kimberly Dietrich
  1. THE UTILITY OF DISACCHARIDASE TESTING.     Lindsay Wilson
  1. IMPROVING CARE FOR OUR IBD POPULATION THROUGH THE NURSE PRACTITIONER-LED ANNUAL VISIT.  Elizabeth Yarger
  1. EFFECTS OF IMPLEMEMTATION OF INFANT DRIVEN FEEDING (IDF) PROTOCOLS WHICH INCLUDED PRE AND POST BREAST FEEDING WEIGHTS IN 35 WEEK GESTATIONAL AGE INFANTS IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU).  Nancy Murray

                                             


                                                                                

POSTERS OF DISTINCTION: 2016

Quality Improvement: Alicia Smith RN, Children’s Hospital Colorado
IBDECIDING: Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a New Shared Decision

Research: Amy Pyo-Twist RN, Children’s Hospital Colorado:
Preliminary outcomes of a nurse driven fecal microbiota transplantation

Case Report: Lindsay Wilson RN, CPNP, Johns Hopkins Childrens Center:
Successful Thalidomide Therapy for Crohn’s Disease

2016 SUSAN MOYER GRANT RECIPIENTS:

JoAnne Newton RN - Children’s Hospital Colorado:  Reducing Complications Related To Eosinophilic Esophagitis Through Nursing Education 

Kim Osborne RN, APN - Nationwide Children’s Hospital: Laxative treatment for pediatric constipation: A randomized controlled trial comparing stimulant laxatives alone to combination therapy with osmotic and stimulant laxatives

Fiona Paul DNP, NP- Boston Children’s Hospital: Impact of transanal irrigations on quality of life in pediatric patients with organic defecatory disorders