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    Outpatient Use of Compliance Aids in Improving Medication Adherence in the Elderly
    (2019-10-17) Abernathy, Peyton; Olurebi, Joy; Williams, Rene
    In people aged 65 and older, does the use of compliance aids, compared to those not using compliance aids, improve medication compliance? This poster was presented at the Phi Chi Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society Induction on October 17, 2019.
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    Delaying the Newborn’s First Bath to Enhance Neonatal Stability
    (2019-10-17) Anyanwu, Ogechi; Hoffman, Risa; Meynard, Lorin
    In newborns, how does delaying the first bath to after the first 24 hours of life compared to bathing within 6 hours after delivery influence optimal neonatal stability of thermoregulation, glucose control, and breastfeeding? This poster was presented at the Phi Chi Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society Induction on October 17, 2019.
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    Triage Process and the Effect on Patients Leaving Against Medical Advice and Wait Times
    (2019-10-17) Lopez, Angie; Maldonado, Andy; Tran, Gaby
    In ER waiting rooms, how does early intervention in the waiting room compared with the standard linear triage process affect the number of patients leaving against medical advice and the emergency department length of stay? This poster was presented at the Phi Chi Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society Induction on October 17, 2019.
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    Early Mobility in ICU Patients Improves Outcomes
    (2018) Lee, Rachaeya; Marediya, Shareen; Long, Sydney
    Lack of mobility for ICU patients is associated with myriad negative patient outcomes that are positively impacted by early mobility interventions.
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    A Comparison of Two Sepsis Risk Identification Methods in the ED
    (2018-10-02) Lucas, Elizabeth; Keh, April; Hunsaker, Annie
    In the Emergency Department, is an EHR algorithm compared with clinical assessment more effective in identifying patients at risk for developing sepsis?
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    Electronic Health Record: Helping or Harming Patient-Centered Care?
    (2018-10-02) Lappin, Leah; Mitchell, Miranda; Slater, Stacy
    How do patients perceive the quality of care and communication effectiveness while healthcare providers implement the electronic health record as a primary contributor to the plan of care during a clinical visit?
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    Targeted Education Increases Medication Compliance in Older Adults
    (2018-10-02) Walzer, Christopher; Vo, Yvonne; Ellenberg, Sarah
    In older adult patients, how does an availability of educational support measures compared with a lack of educational support measures affect medication compliance in the home setting from the time of discharge until the follow-up appointment?