Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor in the master’s degree program in nursing and a medical doctor, gave two invited continuing education presentations at the regional Advanced Practice Nursing Conference in Litchfield, S.C. The topics were “Controlled Substance Prescribing Pharmacology: Focus on Pain Management” and “Diabetes Mellitus: 2011 Clinical Update.”
Faculty and students from Western Carolina University’s graduate nursing program recently presented posters at the annual North Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists conference.
Claire DeCristofaro, an associate professor of nursing, presented a continuing education seminar titled “Diabetes Update 2010” designed for advanced practice nurses at the Charles George VA Medical Center in Asheville on Sept. 7.
WCU nurse anesthesia students Erica Edington and Amelia Hinds worked with WCU faculty on research that they recently presented in a conference poster at the national conference for the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists held in Seattle.
Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing, gave an invited continuing education talk at the Charles George VA Medical Center in Asheville.
Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing at Western Carolina University, presented “Common Alternative Herbal and Nutritional Therapies” on Oct. 13 at the South Carolina Academy of Physician Assistant conference, “Get Wild about Healthcare.”
Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing at Western Carolina Univeristy, recently gave an invited continuing medical education presentation titled “Hypertension Update 2009” at a regional conference for nurse practitioners.
Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing at Western Carolina University, co-authored an article published in the August 2009 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners titled “Anal Pap Smears: Should We Be Doing Them?”
Dr. Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing; Judy Mallory, administrator of the master’s degree program in nursing, and Jessica Shirley, student services manager for the master’s degree program in nursing, co-authored a poster that was presented recently at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Master’s Education in Nursing Conference in Florida.
Dr. Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing, gave an invited presentation titled “Acute Pain Management with Controlled Substances” at the 15th annual Spring Pharmacology in Advanced Practice Conference that was recently held in Charleston, S.C.
Dr. Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing, recently gave a continuing education presentation titled “Pain Diagnosis and Management and Controlled Substance Prescribing” at an annual regional conference for physician assistants. The conference was hosted by the South Carolina Association of Physician Assistants in Kiawah Island, S.C.