Idea Generation and Writing for Publication (1.5 Class A CE)

Friday, September 21
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Commonwealth, Sheraton Boston

This session is a part of the "Writers Workshop: Writing for Professional/Scholarly Publication". Additional registration is required for this workshop. Please visit the registration desk for further information.

The workshop will include presentations and a discussion regarding what constitutes a good idea, the process of marshaling that idea to a tangible product that merits consideration for publication, and anticipating what will occur during the peer review process. Exemplars will be used to explore optimizing the process and the workshop will be led by senior leaders of the AANA Journal Committee.

Learning Objectives:

Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA

Professor, Clinical Staff Anesthetist
Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
Virgina Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia

Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA, is on the faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University and maintains a clinical practice there. His major research interests are in the broad domain of patient safety with a particular interest in infectious disease transmission and remote monitoring of post-surgical patients. He serves as editor in chief of the AANA Journal and reviews manuscripts for several biomedical publications and resources including the Anaesthesia Section of the Cochrane Library. He is the author of Evidence Trumps Belief: Nurse Anesthetists and Evidence-Based Decision Making (AANA Publishing).

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Chuck Biddle

Lisa Osborne-Smith, PhD, CRNA

Program Director
Oregon Health and Sciences University of Nurse Anesthesia Progam, Oregon

Dr. Osborne Smith is the Program Director of the Oregon Health and Sciences University Nurse Anesthesia Program. She has been a practicing CRNA since 1998 and a large portion of her practice is dedicated to the use of regional anesthesia. She is the Associate Editor of the AANA Journal. She is a former active duty Navy officer of 26 years.

Presentation(s):

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Michael Dosch, PhD, CRNA

Associate Professor and Chair
University of Detroit Mercy
Detroit, Michigan

Dr. Dosch has peer-reviewed articles for the AANA Journal for many years, and has a special interest in scientific writing. He has directed the University of Detroit Mercy CRNA program since 1991.

Presentation(s):

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John P. Maye, PhD, CRNA,RN-BC

Professor
University of South Florida
University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida

Dr. John Maye is a Professor and Pain Management Education Coordinator at The University of South Florida in Tampa. He is presently a full time faculty member in the Nurse Anesthesia Program where he teaches Pharmacology and Advanced Anesthesia Principles. In addition, he is the Director of the Simulation-Based Academic Fellowship in Advanced Pain Management which provides experienced CRNA’s with advanced training and evidence based-knowledge in the practice of pain management. Dr. Maye retired from the the United States Navy in 2015 after earning the rank of Captain

Presentation(s):

Send Email for John Maye

Cormac O'Sullivan, PhD, MSN, CRNA, ARNP

Associate Clinical Professor and Director DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa

Dr. O'Sullivan is the director of the University of Iowa DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia. He loves everything about teaching SRNAs anesthesia and has helped mentor about 80 DNP projects through successful defenses. He obtained his CRNA from the Ravenswood Hospital Schools of Nurse Anesthesia, his MSN from De Paul University, and his Ph.D. in Health Services and Policy with a focus in Health Economics from the University of Iowa. He also loves the Hawkeyes and ALL CHicago sports teams.

Presentation(s):

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Derrick C. Glymph, DNAP, CRNA, COL, USAR

Clinical Associate Professor
Florida International University
Florida International University
Pembroke Pines, Florida

Dr. Derrick C. Glymph is an Clinical Associate Professor at Florida International University with the Department of Nurse Anesthesia Practice. He has authored over 12 articles and been involved in the AANA Journal for over 7 years with over 35 reviews. Dr. Glymph also holds the rank of Colonel in the United States Army Reserves in which he has served in Afghanistan as a sole provider and had multiple leadership positions. Dr. Glymph has been involved in nursing anesthesia education for over 15 years. His research interest is in Patient Safety, Obstetrics pharmacology, Opioid education, Medication Assisted Thearapy, Biogenetics related to sigle nucleotide polymorphism and pharmaogenetics. He has had mentored 6 of his students to publication and is passionate about being a change agent in nursing anesthesia.

Presentation(s):

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Monica W. Rose, PhD, CRNA

CRNA
The Warrick Consulting Group, LLC
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Washington

Dr. Rose is a senior staff CRNA at Medstar Washington Hospital Center, Washington DC.. She is President-elect of the District of Columbia Association of Nurse Anesthetists (DCANA) . Dr. Rose’s research interests include improving post-operative information transfers, and investigating the impact of anesthesia information management systems on patient outcomes.

Presentation(s):

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Mary Wojnakowski, PhD, CRNA

Professor
Midwestern University
Midwestern Unviersity, Arizona

Dr. Wojnakowski is a member of the AANA Journal Editorial Committee. She has served as a Reviewer for the AANA Journal as well as a number of other professional journals and publishing companies.

Presentation(s):

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