Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality

Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality:

a JBI Centre of Excellence

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Agenda: Conference (updated September 21, 2016) Link to printable file

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

Time

Activity

10:00 -5:00 PM

ISSNA meeting (closed session)

ISSNA members only

Location: Kingston Yacht Club

6:00 PM

Dinner for Key-Note Speakers and ISSNA members

Location: Kingston Yacht Club

Hosted by Commodore, Dr. Rosemary Wilson (Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration)

 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

Time

Activity

7:30 AM

Registration Opens

Location: Grandview Ballroom, Delta Hotel

8:00

Breakfast

9:00

OPENING PLENARY

Location: Grandview Ballroom

 

Dr. Jennifer Medves, RN, PhD 

Vice-Dean (Health Sciences), Director of the School of Nursing

Queen’s University, Kingston

 

Maurio Ruffolo, RN MPA

VP Patient/Client Care & Chief Nursing Executive

Providence Care, Kingston

 

Mike McDonald, MPA, BScN

Chief Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer

Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston

 

Silvie Crawford, RN, BHScN, LLM

Executive Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive  

Kingston General Hospital

9:20

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Knowledge Translation: Global Trends and Local Impact

Dr. Craig Lockwood, RN, BN, GradDip, MNSc, PhD

Associate Professor, Postgraduate Coordinator, 

Director Implementation Science, The Joanna Briggs Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide

 

10:10

Break

10:30

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Meta Quantitative Analysis

Dr. Lisa Hopp, PhD, RN FAAN
Interim Dean and Professor, College of Nursing

Co-Director, Indiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing Practice

Purdue University

11:15

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Synthesis of Economic evidence

Dr Susie Jones, Ph.D., APRN-CNS, CCNS-P, CCRN-P, FCCM

Director of Research and Quality, INTEGRIS Advanced Cardiac Care, Oklahoma

12:00

Lunch

1:30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Translational Research Program 2015-2020

Dr. Ian Graham, MA, PhD, FCAHS

Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences

University of Ottawa

2:30

Break

3:00

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Qualitative Systematic Reviews

Dr. Leslie Rittenmeyer, Psy.D., R.N., C.S., C.N.E.

Professor, Purdue University Northwest, Indiana

Dr. Christina Godfrey, RN, PhD

Assistant Professor & Scientific Director, Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration

3:45

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

CON Qual

Dr. Marsha Bennett, DNS, APRN, ACRN, CNE 

Associate Professor, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, New Orleans; Director of the Louisiana Center for Evidence-based Nursing

5:00 PM

Reception

Local Wine and Beer Tasting

Location: Harbourview Ballroom

 

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

Time

Activity

7:00 AM

Canadian Affiliates and Centres Meeting (Closed Session)

Location: Harbourview Ballroom

 

8:00

Breakfast

Location: Grandview Ballroom

9:00

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Tweet, Snapchat and Text, Oh My! Role of Social Media in KT

Dr. Lisa Hopp, PhD, RN FAAN
Interim Dean and Professor, College of Nursing

Co-Director, Indiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing Practice

Purdue University

10:00

Break

10:30

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Mixed Reviews

Dr. Craig Lockwood, RN, BN, GradDip, MNSc, PhD

Associate Professor, Director Implementation Science, The Joanna Briggs Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide

 

11:15

Workshop

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Scoping Reviews

Dr. Christina Godfrey, RN PhD

Assistant Professor & Scientific Director, Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration

 

12:00

Lunch

1:30

PLENARY SESSION

DEBATE: To COCOPOP or NOT 

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Moderator: Dr. Kim Sears, RN, PhD, Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration

For:  Dr. Marilyn Macdonald, RN, PhD, Dalhousie University

         Dr. Rosemary Wilson, RN (EC) PhD, Queen's Joanna Briggs Collaboration

Against:  Dr. Karen MacKinnon, RN, MScN, PhD, University of Victoria

                Dr. Lisa Keeping-Burke, RN, PhD, University of New Brunswick

3:00

Break

3:30

CONCURRENT SESSION A

Location: Harbourview A

Presentation 1

Effective implementation strategies in changing perinatal provider behaviour and in improving patient outcomes in maternal newborn settings

Dr. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke, RN, PHD
Associate Professor

School of Nursing, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dalhousie University

 

Presentation 2

A research collaboration with Breast Cancer Action Kingston to repackage evidence based survivorship care guidelines for breast cancer survivors

Dr. Marian Luctkar-Flude, RN, MScN, PhD
Lecturer, School of Nursing

Queen’s University

 

Presentation 3

Portaging paradigms: translation and implementing nursing knowledge to actionably influence military medicine

Dr. Kate Kemplin, DNP, RN, CCEMTP
Assistant Professor of Nursing Research

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

 

3:30

CONCURRENT SESSION B

Location: Harbourview B

 

Presentation 4

We survived (and thrived) to tell the tale! Conducting a JBI comprehensive systematic review within a paper-based dissertation

Kendra Rieger, RN, BN, PhD(c)
College of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences

University of Manitoba

 

Presentation 5

Do you have the cognitive affinity to conduct a meta-aggregation of qualitative findings  

Dr. Caroline Porr, RN, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Memorial University

President of the Canadian Association for Nursing Research

 

Presentation 6

Congruency of analysis approach with methodologies used in data generation of included studies

Dr. Marilyn Macdonald, BN, MSN, PhD

Professor and Associate Director Graduate Studies, School of Nursing

Dalhousie University

 

3:30

CONCURRENT SESSION C

Location: Lakeview

 

Presentation 7

The Gestalt of using JBI methodology in a Master of Nursing Program

Danielle Macdonald MN, RN(1)
School of Nursing, Dalhousie University

Doctoral Candidate, University of Ottawa

 

Presentation 8

Supporting Collaborative Teams in Knowledge Synthesis: The Manitoba Experience  

Diane Cepanec, MA

Senior Research Manager, College of Nursing and Manitoba Centre for Nursing and Health Research

University of Manitoba

Dr. Beverley Temple, RN, PhD
Associate Dean Research and Associate Professor, College of Nursing

Faculty of Health Science, University of Manitoba

 

5:30 PM

Dinner at one of Kingston's best restaurants

Hosted by Conference planning team

Details and sign up sheet will be available at registration desk.

SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER 2015

Time

Activity

8:00 AM

Breakfast

Location: Grandview Ballroom

SUMARI software demo

9:30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Lifecycle of a Research Question

Dr. Daphne Stannard, RN-BC, PhD, CNS

Director & Chief Nurse Researcher, UCSF Medical Center Institute for Nursing Excellence

10:30

Break

11:00

CONCURRENT SESSION D

Location: Harbourview A

 

Presentation 10

Evidence transfer and utilization: the experiences of midwives and nurses in policy development for low and middle income countries

Dr. Josephine Etowa, MN, PhD

Professor and Loyer DaSilva Research Chair in Public Health Nursing

University of Ottawa

 

Presentation 11

Engaging with health evidence end-users – the CADTH experience

Eftyhia Helis, MSc

Knowledge Mobilization Officer

Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH)

Ottawa, ON

 

Presentation 12 

JBIs approach to qualitative meta-aggregation: Experiences and reflections from two recent qualitative systematic reviews

Dr. Karen MacKinnon, RN, PhD

Associate Professor, School of Nursing

University of Victoria

 

11:00

CONCURRENT SESSION E

Location: Harbourview B

 

Presentation 13

Surviving the Tsunami of qualitative data: Practical tips for managing a large data set

Dr. Lisa Keeping-Burke, RN, PhD

Associate Professor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick in Saint John

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Queen’s University

 

Presentation 14

Swimming upstream in muddy waters: Methodological issues in a qualitative systematic review

Dr. Karen Parsons, RN, PhD

Associate Professor, School of Nursing  

Memorial University

 

Presentation 15

The effectiveness of clinical experience with alcoholic patients on improving the nursing students attitudes towards the alcoholic and alcoholism: a systematic review

Caroline Figueira Pereira   

Doctoral Candidate

School of Nursing, University São Paulo

The Brazilian Centre for Evidence-based Healthcare: a Collaborating Centre of The Joanna Briggs Institute

 

11:00

CONCURRENT SESSION F

Location: Lakeview

 

Presentation 16

Using the Results of a Qualitative Systematic Review for Quantitative Instrument Validation

Susan W. Salmond, RN, EdD, ANEF, FAAN

Executive Vice Dean, and Professor

Rutgers School of Nursing

 

Presentation 17

Passing the NCLEX – What’s the Evidence

Dr. Janet Davis, RN, PhD

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

Purdue University Calumet

 

Presentation 18

The Canadian Nursing Simulation Research Collaboration

Dr. Kim Sears, RN, PhD

Associate Director, Master of Science in Healthcare Quality Program

Deputy Director/Healthcare Quality, Queen's Joanna Briggs Collaboration

Queen’s University

 

12:00

Lunch

1:30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Location: Grandview Ballroom

Implementing evidence – A road to practice scholarship

Dr. Margaret B. Harrison, RN, PhD

Professor Emerita, School of Nursing

Queen’s University, Kingston

2:30

Conference Ends.