"Mine" the Gap: Measuring the Value in Quality and Research

Join us March 10 and 11 for this exciting and interactive learning opportunity to identify approaches to organizing nursing research and quality projects for dissemination to broader audiences.

When evidence and research findings guide nursing practice, patient care is enhanced, outcomes are improved, and costs are contained. This conference showcases exemplars of how accurate data collection and measurement can inform patient care and assess program effectiveness. Expert presenters will provide numerous real-life examples and information about how measurement and metrics serve as essential frameworks for addressing clinical problems. The program agenda offers something for the novice to expert, with two rounds of poster presentations and breakout sessions, attendees will have ample opportunity to individualize their learning, network with other nurses, and interact with quality and research experts.

Target audience: Clinical nurses, educators, nurse managers, nurse researchers, and nursing students.
Location: The William and Ida Friday Center, 
100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517

Click here for the registration form here. If you have questions, please contact Kathy Collier at kathryn.collier@unchealth.unc.edu or 984-974-7661.

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