LaGuardia Community College presents
“A Day of Nursing Research and Evidence based Practice”
Poster Presentation sponsored by the Nurses Association of the Counties of Long Island (NACLI)
Greetings Administrators, Faculty, Registered Nurses and Students,
You are cordially invited to attend our annual Research Day and Evidence Based Practice Virtual Poster Presentation on Wednesday, May 26th, 2021, 4:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m., via Zoom.
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Together with our community partners, we will showcase research studies, evidence based clinical innovations and discuss implications for practice, policy and enduring research.
Dr. Roller obtained DNP, Case Western Reserve University, MS Adult Nurse Practitioner, Adelphi University, BSN, State University of NY and RN at Lenox Hill Hospital.
She conducted research on topics: Older adult exercise, cultural competency, sleep, medical marijuana and POGIL pedagogy presenting internationally, national, and local conferences. She has published in Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare, Journal for Leadership and Instruction, Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, Nursing & Residential Care, Nurse Education Today and Journal of the New York State Nurses Association.
Dr. Marilyn Klainberg obtained her EdD at Teachers College Columbia University. Dr. Klainberg is a full professor at the Adelphi University College of Nursing and Public Health. Her area of expertise is Community Health. Dr. Klainberg is the co-author of several books and continues to do research in areas related to student success and health.
Faculty, students, and community partners will lead oral and poster presentation sessions sponsored by LaGuardia Community College and NACLI. The posters will showcase findings from innovative research and evidence based projects that improve health and quality and quality care.
If you are interested in submitting an abstract to present an EBP project, please refer to the Poster Presentation Guidelines below for Registered Nurses and Registered Nursing Students.
Nursing Research Day Conference 2021 Gallery