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Gulf Coast Medical Center Nursing Research Journal Club

Upcoming Meeting

Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Time: Noon to 1 p.m. (light lunch provided)

Place:
ACR #2

Required reading:

“Patient-specific and Surgical Characteristics in the Development of Pressure Ulcers”
Published in American Journal of Critical Care, March, 2012
 (article available from your educator)

Register via the Learning Management System (Skillport) on Intralee.  1 CE awarded.

Facilitator: Sandra Floyd

Application for one (1) contact hour has been made for participation in this Nursing Research Journal Club meeting.

Future meetings:

Journal Club meetings will be held every other month throughout the year. Each session will be one hour in length, will be led by a different facilitator, and will explore the research surrounding a different clinical topic. Sessions have been designed to meet the needs of both day and evening shift nursing staff. Contact hours and a light snack will be provided.


 

updated: April 18, 2012

 

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