Dr. Diana M.L. Newman, E.D. RN President, NACN-USA

Dr. Diana M.L. Newman, E.D. RN
President, NACN-USA

WELCOME TO THE WINDY CITY

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC NURSES-USA

AND

MARCELLA NIEHOFF SCHOOL OF NURSING

FAMILY NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN – A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE

JUNE 24-26, 2016

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO, IL

Abstracts, Presentation, Handouts, Posters & Conference Directory (Click Here for Members Section)

CONFERENCE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Explore the challenges to family health across the lifespan from the
perspective of the Catholic faith.

2. Discuss the role of the nurse in promoting Catholic faith based coping
strategies for family health challenges.

3. Analyze nursing interventions to address the health challenges of families across the lie span that are consistent with the Catholic faith.

Final Conference Program

PRE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, JUNE 23

Nursing and Natural Family Planning: The State of the SCIENCE

Mary Lee Barron, PHD, APRN, FNP-BC, FAANP
Associate Professor, School of Nursing,
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Founder & Director of Marquette Fertility Education
***NACN-USA Mid-West Regional Director (2015-2017)

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

FRIDAY JUNE 24

Opening Remarks

Dr. Diana M.L. Newman, EdD, RN
President, NACN-USA (2014-2016)

Key Note Address
What does the Encyclical of Pope Francis Laudato Si tell Us About Family Health?

Dr. Vickie Keough, PHD FAAN
Dean, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Loyola University

The Nurse in the Service to the Family: Ethical Challenges & Opportunities

Rev. Thomas A. Naim, OFM, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Ethics, CHA,
Ecclesiastical Advisor CICIAMS

Threats to Nursing Practice: When Legal Equals Ethical

Dr. Marie T. Hilliard, MS, MA, JCL, PhD., RN, COL, USA Retired
Director of Bioethics and Public Policy
The National Catholic Bioethics Center
***NACN-USA Recording Secretary (2016-2018)

The Effect of Education on Nurse Knowledge of Safe Haven Laws

Lindsey Themke Gordon, DNP(c), RN
Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

SATURDAY, JUNE 25

Nursing as a Moral Practice

Beverly Whelton, PhD, MSN, RN
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Wheeling University
Wheeling, West VA

Felician Sisters Mission in Jacmel Haiti Address the Needs of an Impoverished & Underserved Population

Sr. Victoria Marie Indyk, PhD, RN
Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing and Health
Madonna University, Livonia, MI

National Health Insurance (NHIS)-An antidote to Family Health Care Challenges in SW Nigeria: A Catholic Nurses’ Perspective

Adebisi Omolora Olaniyan, BSC, MSC, RB, RM, CNO
Health Centre, Obafemi Awolowo University, IFE, IFE
Osun State, Nigeria

Panel Presentation
United Nations Post 2015
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) and Family Nursing

*CICIAMS ECOSOC/DPI NGO NY DELEGATION MEMBERS
Maria Arvonio, BSN, MA, (HCE) RN
Medical Center Coordinator, Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center
Willingboro, NJ
***NACN-USA NE Regional Director (2016-2018)

Marian Nowak, MPH, DNP, RN
Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing Rowan University
Glasboror, NJ
***NACN-USA Newsletter Editor

Patricia Sayers, DNP, RN
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
***NACN-USA Corresponding Secretary (2015-2017)

Patricia Staley, RN

Advancing Family Health in Yorubaland: The Role of a Catholic Nurse

Nora Nnachi Anyanwu, RN, RPN, BSNC
Senior Nursing Officer, Obafemi Awolowo University, IFE, IFE
Osun State, Nigeria

Moral Distress as Experienced by Nurses When Caring for an Organ Donor Patient and their Family

Judith Boyle, MSN, RN
Nursing Instructor, Community College of Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD
***NACN-USA SE Regional Director (2015-2017)

Identifying Pneumonia Early Keeping Families Whole

Dr. Nancy Jackawok Cresse, RNP, RN, APRN, ANP-BC
Clinical Instructor, College of Nursing Rutgers University
Camden, NJ

A Catholic Nursing Intervention for Patients with Chronic Pain

Maria Arvonio, MA, BSN, (HCE), RN
Medical Center Coordinator, Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center
Willingboro, NJ
***NACN-USA NE Regional Director (2016-2018)

“Offer it up” Redemptive Suffering Alleviating Suffering & Helping Individuals & Families Use Suffering

Reverend Edward Cronin, Pastor/Rector
St. Jane de Chantal Catholic Church, Chicago, IL

Sr. Maria-Paulina Sterling
St. Jane de Chantal Catholic Church, Chicago, IL

Dr. Thomas Zabiega, MD
Board Certified Neurologist
Chicago, IL

SUNDAY, JUNE 26

Intergenerational Catholic Faith Practices: Making Our Faith Stronger

Marcia Stout, DNP, DNP-C, Director of Simulation & Faculty
Rosalind Franklin University, North Chicago, IL

Reverend Diane Dardon, DePaul Christian Ministries
DePaul University, Chicago

Ann Munana, MSN, MJ, RN
Manager, Simcare Center, Chamberlain College of Nursing
Downers Grove, IL

Panel: The Future of Catholic Nursing

Jane Cardea, Ph.D., RN
New Braunfels, Texas
NACN-USA President (2016-2018)

Diana M.L. Newman, EdD, RN
Nursing Faculty, College of Nursing
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Fartmouth, MA
NACN-USA President (2014-2016; 2000-2002)

Alma Abuelouf, BSN, RN
Director, Department of Pastoral Life Ministries
Catholic Diocese of Memphis in West TN, Memphis, TN
NACN-USA President (2012-2014)

The Lord’s Prayer: Guide and Compass for a Community Case Manager

Ingrid Tegtman, RN, MSN
Case Manager, University of Colorado, North Health Center
Northern Colorado, CO

Achieving Fertility Literacy through Enhanced Sex Education

Suzanne Spence, BA, RN
Center for Immersion and Simulation based Learning
Stanford University, School of Medicine, CA
Nurse Manager for Guadalupe Hope Society Women’s Center, CA
***NACN-USA NW Regional Director (2015-2017)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

JUNE 23-26, 2016

It’s Catchy: Engaging Student Nurses in Health Promotion at Local Schools

Nanci Reiland, RN, MSN
Lewis University COllege of Nursing and Health Professions
Romeoville, IL

Redemptive Suffering in the Life of the Church: Offering Up Your Daily Suffering to Cooperate with Christ in Redeeming the World

Diana L. Ruzicka, RN, MSN, MA, MA, CNS-BC, COL, U.S. Army Retired
New Market, AL [TEXT]
***NACN-USA President Elect

End of Life Simulations: A Collaborative Model to Promote Faith-Care

Maria L. Steele, DNP, RN, APHN-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor
The University of Alabama in Huntsville

NACN-USA History

Cheryl Hettman, PhD, RN
Indiana
***NACN-USA President (2010-2012)

Love Without Measure, Nurses Accompany Sick & Disabled to Lourdes

Diana L. Ruzicka, RN, MSN, MA, MA, CNS-BC, COL, USA Retired
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospitality, North American Volunteers
Syracuse, NY [WEBSITE]
***NACN-USA President Elect