2021 Poster and Abstract Winners

Each year, PCNA invites nurses and other healthcare professionals to submit abstracts on the topic of cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management for presentation at the Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium. Abstracts fit into two categories: original research and innovative projects. In 2021, we were proud to accept 17 posters for presentation at our meeting. You can view each poster in the Virtual Poster Session.

Oral Abstract Winners

The top abstracts from each category were invited to make an oral presentation at the 2021 Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium.

  • James Muchira, PhD, MSN, was the Original Research category winner for his research titled “Parental Ideal Heart Health Reduces Offspring’s Burden of Cardiovascular Disease Over the Life-Course.”
  • Kim St. Clare Seals was the Innovative project category winner for her project “Clinical Application of a Solution Set of Clinical Decision Support Tools at the Point of Care Significantly Improves Quality of Care in Hyperlipidemia Patients: Interim Results from the Statewide Florida Cardiovascular Quality Network.”

Thank you to Dr. Muchira and Ms. St. Clare Seals for your informative presentations!

Poster Winners

The top three posters in each category are chosen by our Abstract Review Committee. These six outstanding posters will be published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. Congratulations to our poster winners!

Original Research

1st Place Winner

Clinical Predictors of User Engagement with a Digital Health Intervention for Post-AMI Recovery
Erin Spaulding, PhD, RN from Johns Hopkins University

2nd Place Winner

Increased Plasma Soluble Adhesion Molecules in Persons Exposed to SARS-CoV-2
Ashley Bostek of Emory University

3rd Place Winner

What Keeps Women in Cardiac Rehabilitation? A Grounded Theory Study Approach
Lee Anne Siegmund, PhD, RN, ACSM-CEP of Cleveland Clinic – Nursing Research and Innovation

Innovative Project Poster Winners

1st Place Winner

“Wellness Wednesday”: An innovative approach to improve the physical and emotional health of the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation patient.
Patricia (Trish) Wragg RN-BC, HN-BC, CCRN, CHPN, CHTP/I, CCA of Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla

2nd Place Winner

Effective Hypertension Risk Identification and Targeted Care in an Employer-based Wellness Center
Aidan Kolbe DNP, RN, FNP-C of Frontier Nursing University

3rd Place Winner

Effective Hypertension Risk Identification and Targeted Care in an Employer-based Wellness Center
Aidan Kolbe DNP, RN, FNP-C of Frontier Nursing University

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