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DNP Students Present at WIN Conference

DNP students present research at national conference

Pictured l-r: Anne-Marie Mann, BSN, RN; Sheriedan Grannan, BS/BSN, MS, RN, CHES


The Western Institute of Nursing's 48th Annual "Communicating Nursing Research" Conference was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico last week with over 700 attendees. University of Wyoming nursing faculty member Diane Boyle, PhD, RN, FAAN, [pictured, left] traveled to the conference with the DNP students pictured above, Anne-Marie Mann and Sheriedan Grannan. Both students presented their research posters at the conference. Mann's project is titled:  "Depression Screening in Primary Care and Impact on Suicide Prevention." Grannan's project: "Understanding Patient Perceptions and Risk for Hepatitis C Screening."

Boyle elaborates on conference activities: "Researchers, clinicians, and educators share their research findings or progress in podium or poster sessions, adding new or emerging knowledge to nursing research, practice or education. Networking also is a central element of the conference with opportunities to meet researchers from the western region and the nation as well as representatives from grant funding agencies and journal editors."

Mann and Grannan prepared for the WIN conference by presenting their research at the DNP Scholarship Day held on campus recently. The students' abstracts are printed in the article covering DNP Scholarship Day.

Diane Boyle, Wyoming Excellence Chair in Nursing

Diane Boyle
Wyoming Excellence
Chair in Nursing


posted 4/27/2015

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