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VCU Health Sciences Events

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

VCU Community Health Education Center Mindfulness Meditation

Noon
VCU Medical Center Gateway Building

Learn to feel less stressed and more balanced this summer! The Community Health Education Center hosts mindfulness meditation sessions with Georgianne Ginder every Wednesday and Friday at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is limited. Please let us know which of the 30 minute sessions you plan to attend by contacting seamick@vcu.edu or calling 828-2432. Georgianne Ginder, MSc, CHWC, JSJ Certified Practitioner Member of The Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine, American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, and the American Holistic Nurses Association

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Langston Center Lecture - Patient-centered care in Swiss acute care hospitals: Results of a cross-sectional multi-center

Noon
VCU School of Nursing - Room 1011

Description: -Patient-centered care is a key element of health care quality and associated with improved patient-reported, clinical and economic outcomes. -Patient and hospital characteristics revealed to be factors explaining patients? perception on patient-centered care. -Little evidence is available on the association between nurse-related factors (e.g., nurses work environment and implicit rationing of nursing care) and patient-centered care. For more information and RSVP at go.vcu.edu/bachnicklecture

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Feierstein Lecture 'Innovation: Galvanizing the Advancement of Nursing Image and Practice'

Noon
School of Nursing - room 1011

Description: Nursing is a practice discipline, closest to the patient, family, and community. Nurse caregivers, educators, and scientists have a lens on best and problematic clinical practices that make them ideal innovators. Yet traditional roles and functions within the discipline have not led to breakthrough protocols, technologies, businesses, and inventions within their realm. This presentation will address the nature and scope of innovation, taking an idea and advancing it through research and practice channels through to implementation. For more information and to RSVP, visit go.vcu.edu/feierstein-bleich