2018 Research Symposium
March 22, 2018
“Bridging Transitions through Research and Evidence-Based Practice”
APU Felix Event Center, 701 E. Foothill Blvd., Azusa, California
Azusa Pacific University’s School of Nursing and Iota Sigma Chapter invite nursing professionals, faculty, and students to the 14th annual Nursing Research Symposium to present research and dialogue about ideas and experiences in all areas of health care. This exchange of knowledge and research from diverse areas of nursing provides an occasion to work together to contribute to achieving improved health outcomes globally. Join us as we continue to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the School of Nursing.
About the Research Symposium
The School of Nursing sponsored the first Research Day in spring 2005 in conjunction with the installation of Aja Lesh, PhD, RN, as dean. Today, the Research Symposium stands as an important annual outreach event. Guests include preceptors, nurses in collaborating health care facilities, and APU students, faculty, and alumni. Each year, research presentations focus on a specific theme, such as Addressing Health Disparities, Building Bridges Across the Globe: Research, Academic and Service Partnerships, and Dignity Through Life’s Transitions: Optimizing Spiritual Care.
Past featured speakers have included Betty Ferrell, PhD, FAAN; Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN; Josepha Campinha-Bacote, PhD, MAR, APRN, BC, CNS, CTN, FAAN; Janice Morse, RN, PhD; Loreta Sweet Jemmot, PhD, FAAN, RN; Adey Nyamathi, ANP, PhD, FAAN; and Patricia M. Davidson, RN, BA, Med, PhD, FRCNA.
APU’s Iota Sigma chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Inc. cosponsors the event and the poster session held in conjunction with the Research Symposium to:
- Provide an avenue for dissemination of evidence-based research and linkages to clinical applications.
- Utilize researchers as role models to encourage excellence in students and colleagues.
- Provide networking opportunities and promote collegiality among students and nursing professionals.
- Provide a forum for students and nurses from the community to present their work.
- Provide a forum for dialogue and collaboration with students, service, and academic partners, locally and internationally.
Registration for this year's symposium will be posted when available.
Poster Submission — Community Call for Abstracts
Learn the submission guidelines for the Community Call for Abstracts (MS Word) and apply by February 9, 2018.
Parking information will be made available prior to the event.
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