2022 Posters on the Move - NAPNAP

2022 Posters on the Move

Clinical Research Posters

Research in Process Posters

Practice Innovation Posters

W1: Patient Satisfaction with Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic In a Pediatric Pulmonary Clinic
W3: Model for Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates in Primary Care Pediatrics
W4: Hybrid Patient Care Model to Facilitate an Interdisciplinary Diagnostic Process for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
W5: Implementing Physical Activity Clinical Guidelines to Reduce Cancer-Related Fatigue in Post-Cancer Diagnosis Pediatric Patients
W6: Improving Rates of Monitoring for Metabolic Syndrome in Patients Taking Atypical Antipsychotics
W7: Pediatric Delirium: Standardizing Screening and Improving Recognition
W8: NP students in a Pediatric Dental Clinic Provide Significant Health Promotion and Anticipatory Guidance
W9: Interventions to Improve Adolescent MenB Vaccination Rates in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting
W10: Pediatrics and The Planet: Embracing the Challenge in Primary Care 
W11: The Implementation of Brace Sensors and Counseling in Patients with Scoliosis
W12: A Model for Integrating PNPs as Hospitalist
W13: Improving Adherence to Guidelines for the Management of Group A Streptococcal Pharyngitis in a Pediatric Outpatient Setting
W15: Improving Pediatric Mental Health through Primary Care and Psychiatric Mental Health Collaboration: An Integrative Review of the Literature
W16: Determining the Influence of Patient Portal Enrollment on Length of Stay and Patient Satisfaction in a Pediatric Urgent Care: A Quality Improvement Project
W17: Improving Code Blue and Emergency Preparedness in a Paediatric Outpatient Clinic 

Practice Innovation Posters (cont'd)

TH-1: Supporting the Transition to Direct Billing for CHOP Emergency Department Nurse Practitioners
TH-2: Implementation of an Electronic Cigarette Use Screening Protocol in Adolescents in a Pediatric Primary Care Clinic: A Quality Improvement Project
TH-3: Implementation of a Nurse-Driven Asthma Protocol to Improve Timeliness of Medication Administration and Length of Stay in a Pediatric Emergency Department
TH-4: Implementation of COPE via Telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic in a Subspecialty Clinic
TH-5: Cues to Conclusions: An Integration of Family Scenarios to promote Critical Thinking across Undergraduate Maternal and Child Health Curricula
TH-6: Combining the power of play and nature to promote young children’s learning and healthy development during Covid-19
TH-7: The Office is Closed: An Interprofessional Simulation Experience Utilizing Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) Students and Community Trauma Counseling (CTC) Students
TH-8: Epinephrine Auto-injection Training for Health Care Providers Caring for Adolescents with Food Allergies: A Quality Improvement Project
TH-9: Development of a Concussion Tracker Application
TH-10: Development of a DNP Community Forum to Support DNP-Prepared Nurse Practitioner Practice
TH-11: Refugee Families Experiences Raising a Child with Special Healthcare Needs in a Metropolitan City
TH-12: When Over the Counter Drugs go From Daily Analgesic to Deadly Poison: An Acute Ibuprofen Overdose
TH-13: Aquapheresis in Pediatric and Young Adults Patients with Cardio-Renal Syndrome
TH-14: Autism, ADHD, and Anxiety: How are we treating these comorbid diagnoses?
TH-15: Case Study: Thelarche in a 15-month-old Related to Lavender Exposure
TH-16: Determining the Impact of a Standardized Nutrition Screening Tool on Dietitian Consultations for Outpatient Pediatric Oncology Patients: A Quality Improvement Project

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