CELEBRATION OF RESEARCH - SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES
Kafuli Agbemenu PhD, MPH, RN, CTN-A
Diane Ryan, PhD, AGPCNP-BC, FNP-BC, CNE
Josette Brodhead, PhD, MSHS, RN-MNN, CNE
The Research and Scholarly Activities Committee is pleased to announce that planning is underway for the Annual Celebration of Research-Scholarly Activities. The event will be co-sponsored by The Professional Nurses Association of WNY and Sigma Chapters: Gamma Kappa (University at Buffalo), Gamma Theta (Niagara University), Pi Zeta (Daemen College) and, Zeta Nu (D’Youville College). The committee is planning to hold the annual event April 9, 2019.
The Research and Scholarly Activities Committee cordially invites you to submit an abstract January 28, 2019 to March 5, 2019. The committee will be seeking abstracts related to research, literature matrices, concept analyses, systematic reviews, evidence-based projects, leadership/management/education projects, magnet projects, DNP capstone projects, and other scholarly activities. The number of poster presentations will be capped at 32.
Earlier submissions will be considered first, so please plan ahead. If the abstract is accepted, it is conditional until registration to attend the conference is completed. Additionally, posters will be judged and awarded first, second, and third places. The conference is a wonderful opportunity to display your work. Please submit your abstract here.
The Research and Scholarly Activities committee encourages members of Sigma and PNAWNY to participate in the yearly event by sharing their research and scholarly activities. Further information and guidelines will be announced in the Professional Nurses Association Vital Signs Newsletter. We hope to see you there!
If you any questions or need further assistance in this process, please email Maureen.
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
Linda is currently enjoying retirement but has contributed to the nursing profession as a consultant, a surveyor for The Joint Commission, CEO of the VNA, and VP of Nursing for the Millard Fillmore Health System.
Linda Scharf, DNS, RN
Immediate Past President
Michele continues to devote time to the ongoing growth of the PNA of WNY along with her role as a Nursing Professor at University of Buffalo.
Michele McKay, MS, RN