With almost 40 years as a clinician, leader, and educator in healthcare, Dr. Teri Chenot, Associate Professor at JU’s Keigwin School of Nursing, has had her share of specialties during her career. Today, she lives and breathes healthcare quality …Read More »
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Expert Panel Explores Patient Safety Solutions for Victims of Human Trafficking at Annual QSEN Forum
By Sheri Webber
About one in four human trafficking survivors come into contact with a healthcare professional at some point. But some members of the medical community feel they lack the awareness, training, and collaborative network necessary to combat the …Read More »
Path to better patient safety leads through new Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Institute Regional Center at Jacksonville University
The call to action came in 1999, when the Institute of Medicine issued its “To Err Is Human” report estimating that as many as 98,000 people were dying annually from preventable medical errors. Urged on by an alarmed public, the …Read More »
National experts to discuss patient safety challenges and trends June 9 at inaugural Patient Safety Forum at Jacksonville University
The first statewide/regional conference bringing together hundreds of health care leaders, nurses, physicians and students to hear from renowned experts on patient safety is set for Friday, June 9, at Jacksonville University.
The Patient Safety Forum also celebrates the formal …Read More »
Keigwin School of Nursing preparing students to conquer stress – before and after graduating
Stress in the nursing profession has become such a norm that there’s even a special term for it: Nursing Burnout Syndrome.
The findings are a bit daunting: in one survey at the University of Colorado Hospital, nearly nine out of …Read More »
ADHD Awareness Month: Dr. Chenot saw need, is moving to fill it
What started as a hunch for Dr. Teri Chenot about a year and a half ago has turned into a multi-level, community and nationwide gap-filling awareness movement for transitional youth and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
She addresses …Read More »
Election 2016, Space Debris, Exercise Is Medicine, Nature of Art and more on tap for Faculty & Student Symposium
The 2016 Faculty & Student Symposium Tuesday through Thursday, April 12-14, features more than 134 projects, with topics including Crew Resource Management, Feminine Modernism; The Presidential Election and Its Effect on Stock Market Behavior, Nature of Art, Exercise is Medicine, …Read More »
Bullying, morale are topics of first Florida nursing summit to improve patient safety
The first Florida summit to address how nurses can improve patient safety comes to Jacksonville University’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences Friday, March 4, with top experts discussing topics such as how to decrease bullying in the workplace and …Read More »
FACULTY PROFILE: School of Nursing welcomes award-winning quality/safety expert Roberta Christopher
The Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences welcomes Assistant Professor Roberta Christopher to the School of Nursing. She is the former Director of Nursing Research & Magnet at UF Health Jacksonville and has been a nurse for more than …Read More »
National acclaim for Dr. Teri Chenot’s nursing safety efforts
A Jacksonville University Nursing professor who has devoted years to helping improve patient care and safety is getting kudos nationally for her work and research.
Dr. Teri Chenot of the JU College of Health Sciences was invited to help plan …Read More »