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Phi Pi members write publication for Journal of Nursing Education

Phi Pi members Joyce Hunter MSN, RN, Robyn Rice, PhD, RN, CNE, and Marty Spies PhD, RN, CNE wrote a publication featured in the October Journal of Nursing Education. The study, which is titled Perceptions of Nursing Students Regarding Usage of Art Therapy in Mental Health, explored the perceptions of baccalaureate nursing students regarding the use of art therapy to promote a therapeutic relationship and communication with mental health patients. 

Phi Pi Founding President presents in Sydney, Australia 

Dr. Ellen Poole, PhD, RN, CPAN, CNE Phi Pi member and Founding President (pictured left) presented "A Review of Copenhagen Forum Results with Correlated Findings from the Literature" at the 4th International Conference of Paranesthesisa Nurses in Sydney, Australia, November 1-4th. 

Dr. Poole worked in a collaborative group with Joni M. Brady, DNP, RN, CAPA (USA), Bente Buch, RN, BSN, Master in Adult Learning Degree (Denmark), and Mette Ring, MS, RN (Denmark), and they continued a tradition of “gathering of nations.” They started with Dr. Poole’s presentation and followed with table discussions of four case studies facilitated by Bente and Mette. Attendees were assigned to tables to enable global collaboration in the discussion of how to solve the problems in the case studies. Results were shared electronically and will be collated and analyzed for future publication. Dr. Brady guided the final session with networking opportunities for interest groups of education, advocacy and research.

Phi Pi is interested in recognizing those members who have contributed to nursing. We want you to receive recognition for your successes.Therefore we need to hear about your achievements. If you have presented, published, volunteered or been presented an award, please let use know!
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  • ***Dr. Ellen Poole Education Award***

    The Ellen Poole Education Award is designed to recognize excellence and support nurses pursuing further education and scholarship in nursing. In accordance with Phi Pi availability of funds, up to three awards may be offered quarterly for eligible candidates. Award: $1000.00*
    Contact: Maria Kelnhofer Phi Pi Admin           
    E-mail address: admin@phipi.org
  • Sr. Marie Lee Member Subsidy

    ​Dear Esteemed Members:
    Knowing that on occasion members (new inductees or renewing members), temporarily have difficulty with membership dues, the Phi Pi Chapter has established an Sr. Marie Lee Member Subsidy which mirrors the Sigma Edith Anderson Member Subsidy.
    Information regarding this Subsidy can be found in the Phi Pi Chapter Library.
    For questions, please contact Maria Kelnhofer , Phi Pi Admin at: admin@phipi.org
  • Phi Pi Research Grant Deadline May 31, 2018

    ​Dear Esteemed Phi Pi members:

    Members of the Phi Pi Chapter may apply to the chapter for research grant monies to support research or practice change projects for In clinical practice or in support of projects or research for completion of academic studies. The application deadlines is: May 31, 2018. Application forms will be available in the Phi Pi Library.

    Please contact Dr. Ellen Poole, Chair of the Phi Pi Research Grant Committee at epoole@chamberlain.edu for an application and more information.​
  • NurseTim Benefits for Phi Pi Members

    Phi Pi provides access to one of the most comprehensive CE tools for nursing education. These videos (both live and recorded) come with ANCC contact hours and cover everything from test item writing, to incivility, to leadership. To access this benefit, visit www.nursetim.com, Click the Sign In at the top of the screen and register with this code. phipi

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