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JOIN EPSILON NU CHAPTER  FOR
LIGHT THE NIGHT FOR THE LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
HELP US REACH OUR GOAL - $1000

It is that time of year for Light the Night for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Sigma Theta Tau-Epsilon Nu has a team that you can be a member or just donate to reach our goal of $1,000
The event is virtual this year on Thursday, November 5th, so please try and be a participant in this year’s virtual walk.  Below is the link for donation, and it will bring you to the LSUHNO School of Nursing donation page. You can also go to our school of nursing Facebook page.
Please feel free to donate what you can.

 https://pages.lls.org/ltn/msla/NOrleans20/sigmathetataulsunoschoolofnursing

 

 

Activity Description and Outcome:

At the conclusion of this activity, participants will recognize methods of improving access and quality of healthcare through the use of technology and research.

 Target Audience: Nursing faculty, RN clinicians, and nursing students

 Cost: Free

 Delivered by Zoom Virtual Platform

 Participants can earn up to 2.0 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development.

 This activity is being jointly provided by the LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education Department (Accredited Provider) and Sigma Epsilon Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau (Joint Provider).

Participants must register for the activity, be present for the entire activity, and submit the evaluation to receive contact hours.

 Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125540056689

 

Agenda

Time

Presenter

Title

3:00 pm

Quinn Lacey PhD, MN, RN

President, Epsilon Nu Chapter

OPENING REMARKS

Alison Davis, PhD, RN, CHSE

Sister Henrietta Guyot Award Recipient

An Ebola High-Fidelity Simulation for Baccalaureate Nursing Students

3:15 pm

Rebecca Barnes, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC

Implementation of Nurse-led multidisciplinary rounds (NLMDR) utilizing a standardized tool to improve nurse satisfaction with autonomy and decision making, as measured by National Database of Nurse Quality Indicators (NDNQI)

3:30 pm

Aimme McCauley, DNP, RN 

Implementation of evidence-based education on leadership to improve trauma ICU (TICU) nurses’ satisfaction with nursing management, as measured by National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI)

3:45 pm

Joseph Eppling, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Improving medical intensive care unit (MICU) nurses’ engagement in accessing professional development to impact nurses’ satisfaction scores on the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI)

4:00 pm

Julia Tipton, DNS, RN, CPN, CNE

Use of a Fast, Open-Source Electronic Medical Record in International Mobile Clinics

4:15 pm

Angela Bordelon, MSN, RN, CNE

Consistency, Continuity, and Fairness using a Testing Policy

4:30 pm

Aimme McCauley, DNP, RN 

Implementation of evidence-based use of alcoholic chlorhexidine for aseptic preparation and administration of intravenous medications to reduce HABSI rates for the adult inpatient population at UMC FL6T1, as measured by reporting of unit specific Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) quarterly data sets.

4:45 pm

Alan Thriffiley, Jr., CPHIMS, FHIMSS

The Role of “I” in HIT (Health Information Technology)

 

Louisiana State University Health New Orleans School of Nursing, Faculty Development, Continuing Nursing Education & Entrepreneurial Enterprise is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.Image preview

 

 

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 Welcome to Epsilon Nu Chapter
I look forward to working with everyone on a new, active year in Epsilon Nu. I am filled with optimism about upcoming activities, sponsoring, volunteering, and trips that come along with being a Sigma member. I also want to remind all members that our mission is advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. Should you have any ideas on how to further our mission here at LSU Health--New Orleans, please do not hesitate to contact a board member, attend a Sigma meeting, or post a message right here on the Circle for Epsilon Nu members. We are looking for ideas to increase our visibility on campus. At Epsilon Nu, we are working hard for Sigma to be your global organization of choice for nursing. Visit this website frequently and watch for upcoming news concerning your chapter. 
Thank you.

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Quinn Lacey PhD, RN 

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Chapter News

  • Critical Mask Delivery

    Epsilon Nu members delivered much needed masks to local women's and children's shelters.

  • Dr. Linda. Corson Jones Virtual Scholarship Day-November 18

  • Light the Night for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

    Help Epsilon Nu meet it's fundraising goal of $1000 by November 5th! We need your generosity!
    See the Epsilon Nu website to donate.
  • 2019 Chapter Key Award Three-Time Recipient!

    Epsilon Nu Chapter #131
    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
    The Chapter Key Award, established in 1991, honors Sigma chapters that excel in chapter-related activities such as: Membership recruitment and retention, Publicity and programming, Professional and leadership development, and Local, national, and international collaboration.
  • 2020 Chapter Board

    President Quinn Lacey

    President-Elect Benita Chatmon

    Past-President Marie Adorno

    Vice-President Heather Abadie

    Secretary Scott Bellanger

    Treasurer Alison Davis

    Counselors
         BSN-Aimme McCauley 

         Graduate-Sherry Rivera

         Nurse Leader/RNBSN- Jordan Ellis *Governance

         LSU-A-Catherine Doyle ’

         UMC-NO -Jennifer Tubre’

    Leadership Succession-Maureen Spring (chair), Judith Gentry, Mary Kelly

    Historian-Summer Marshall

    Governance-Jennifer Manning (chair), Aimme McCauley, Katlyn Brown

    Committees
    Research: Marie Adorno
    Program Planning: Paula Kensler
    Membership: Linda Ledet Member
    Ambassador: Lauren Bridevaux
    Student Ambassador: Katlyn Brown
    Awards: Sherry Rivera
    Community Service: Helen Neil, Ellen Beyer
    Finance: Alison, Paula, Sherri, Marie, Aimme, Benita
    Webmasters: Debbie St. Germain, Scott Bellanger