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Family Room, Wyoming Student Union Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 8:15 – 9:15am Kathleen McCauley, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAHA, Professor Emerita of Cardiovascular Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, will speak as the Whitney Distinguished Lecturer at the UW Nursing Scholarship Day, Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. The public is invited to the event to be held in the Family Room of the Wyoming Student Union on the University of Wyoming campus. McCauley will be discussing the “Transitional Care Model” (TCM), a cost-effective advanced practice nurse-led model to improve the transitions of older adults who are navigating complex and often fragmented systems of care. The TCM is a recognized model of care to help older adults deal with the complicated health care systems of today. “Continually improving outcomes in nursing education and clinical care is crucial,” says McCauley. “This has been the focus of my career.” McCauley’s career has been and is continuing to be exceptional. In addition to her Professor Emerita title at U. of Pennsylvania, she is a clinical specialist in cardiovascular nursing. McCauley developed programs to improve patient outcomes at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She served as Associate Dean for Academic Program, retiring in July 2016, but continuing her research with TCM. UW Nursing Scholarship Day continues after McCauley’s talk with 14 Doctor of Nursing Practice students presenting quality improvement projects. These varied projects were completed with clinical agencies around Wyoming and Colorado. Since clinical agencies are crucial in educating UW students, the DNP program has figured a way to give back and help out those same agencies. Questions can be directed to the graduate nursing office, 307-766-6565. Type of Event: Academic, Alumni, Community Events, Lectures, Speakers, Student Activities, Student Event Contact Name: Dawn Carver Contact Phone: 307-766-6565 Contact Email: dcarver@uwyo.eduMore info: www.uwyo.edu…

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