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1 Advisory Committee Meeting February 26, 2007 Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity The American Academy of Nursing Coordinating Center

2 Better Research, Better Education and Better Practice: Three Keys to Better Nursing Care for Elders Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity The American Academy of Nursing Coordinating Center

3 Agenda & Schedule of Events Agenda Lunch at noon with Selection Committee Selection Committee Meeting begins 1:00 PM Dinner scheduled at 6:00 PM in Whitehall Room

4 U.S. Nursing PhD and Postdoc Programs ProgramU.S. TotalBAGNC% of Total PhD/research focused983132% Postdoctoral % Data from AACN survey represents 100% of programs

5 Geographic Impact 2001

6 Geographic Impact as of 2006 Washington, DC

7 Increase the cadre of well-prepared academic geriatric nurses. Goal 1

8 Scholarship Applications

9 Fellowship Applications

10 Scholars Award Program Created an MBA Advisory Sub Committee Enhanced focus on mentor/mentee role Enhanced orientation program Maximized use of funds; mentor travel support Enhanced Web Site:

11 Results to Date Deans committed to promote program Alumni and Scholars submitted applications Regional Networks sponsored events 2006 & Fellowship Applications

12 2007 Applicant Survey

13 Source of Information about Program

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15 2007 Applicant Demographics

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22 Evaluation by The Measurement Group, LLC George Huba, PhD President Scholars & Fellows Award Program

23 Results of External Evaluation For information on The Measurement Group, LLC: And for data briefs on the BAGNC Initiative

24 Build leadership capacity in academic geriatric nurses: Angela Barron McBride, PhD, RN, FAAN Leadership Director Goal 2

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26 Challenges Costs for supporting Leadership Conference increase yearly. Demand for additional attendees to participate expanding and diversifying the audience. Sometimes lose the intimacy and connections made with smaller audience. Mentors not required to attend.

27 Strategic Responses Worked with AAN to leverage MSH program support 2006: $2,000 from local university 2007: MSH program to be fully supported by Evercare Limit attendee numbers. Design conference with time for small group networks. Provide mentor-focused session.

28 Build interdisciplinary research competencies in academic geriatric nurses. Goal 3

29 Applicants Participants RN Applicants RN Participants 7 (16%) 2 (6%) 5 (12%) 2 (4%) 6 (14%) 8 (18%) 5 (14%) Range of RN Participant Priority Score – – – – 2.00 NIA 2006 Summer Institute on Aging Research Evaluation 2006

30 2006 Attendees Evaluation Internationally recognized scientists from nursing and other health-related disciplines made for superb networking and thoughtful reflection. NIA Summer Research Institute exceeded all expectations. The Institute and the interdisciplinary collaboration was invaluable. I've actually had some interaction with 3 of them since the institute regarding my research including one of the conference faculty members.

31 2005 Attendee Evaluation I just wanted to let you know that the article that Meg Bourbonniere and I began to collaborate on at the Summer Institute last [2005]year was just published. Thompson, H.J. & Bourbonniere, M. (2006). Traumatic injury in the older adult from head to toe. Crit Care Nurs Clin 18 (3), Hilaire J. Thompson, PhD, APRN, BC, CNRN 2006 Claire M. Fagin Fellow

32 Support dissemination of activities and findings from the BAGNC Program. Goal 5

33 Dissemination Published Nursing Outlook Special Issue Distributed Special Issue to over 15,000 nurse leaders and leaders in geriatrics. BAGNC Symposium presented at the 2006 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting AAN monthly Newsletter HGNI E-newsletter BAGNC website

34 Maintain coordination of the HCGNEs and foster collaboration among all Hartford Foundation geriatric-nursing initiatives by stimulating and supporting cooperative research, education and practice initiatives. Goal 4

35 HCGNE Collaborations Established successful infrastructure that supports HCGNE communication and collaboration Published Nursing Outlook Special Issue Third Biennial HCGNE Meeting resulted in outline for a Nursing Home Collaborative Project. BAGNC Symposium presented at the 2006 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting

36 HCGNE Collaborations HCGNE Nursing Home Collaborative planning year proposal submitted to Atlantic Philanthropies. HCGNE Geropsychiatric Nursing in preparation for submission to the J.A.Hartford Foundation. Collaboration with Sigma Theta Tau on a Leadership Initiative

37 Support development of 5 new Centers of Geriatric Nursing Excellence Goal 6

38 Partnerships American Academy of Nursing; Washington office Policy focus Expert Panel The Mayday Fund EverCare Atlantic Philanthropies

39 Current Issues Scholar & Fellow Award program Full time study; concept and realities Institutional issues Mentoring; impact on college & faculty Dual sponsorship among institutions Administering grants without benefit of overhead MBA Scholarship Summer Institutes

40 Strategic Planning Incorporating new HCGNEs Structure Process Maintain coordination and foster collaborations Support dissemination of activities and findings

41 Discussion


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