Approximately 135 nurses, academic faculty, nursing students and others registered and attended the 10th Annual Nursing Research Conference, demonstrating the commitment and passion for research in the nursing community of Delaware and the surrounding region.
Four advanced mastery sessions focusing on mixed research methods, working with big data, qualitative research and writing protocols, mastery sessions on literature searching and writing workshops. Eight podium presentations filled out the full-day conference agenda.
“The purpose of the activity is to foster the research base that germinates in a student during their inaugural education and to demonstrate that the skill is one that must be nurtured into one’s professional career,” said Lynne Bayne, Ph.D., NNP-BC. “This year’s program proved to be another rousing success.”
Partners in the event include Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Thomas Jefferson University’s Jefferson College of Nursing, West Chester University, University of Delaware and Wilmington University.