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Research Day_Speaker Marita G. Titler, PhD, RN, FAAN

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Research Day to be held on May 8, 2013.  We will have a special guest speaker at this event.


Please note the deadline for abstract submissions is April 9, 2013.  Once the abstracts have been sent to Prof. Roye and have been accepted for Research Day, instructions for creating the posters will be forwarded. 

Professor Roye or Malini Lall, will work with students to create posters for display.  All abstracts will be compiled in an abstract booklet.  Students who present a poster, on Research Day, will be able to add this presentation to their resumes. 

All presenters will receive a certificate of participation as well as a gift.  Prizes will be given out to those with exceptional posters.  If you would like to have Prof. Roye or Malini Lall discuss Research Day with your class please schedule a visit as soon as possible.  Please contact Malini if you have any questions.


Speaker Bio:-

Marita G. Titler, PhD, RN, FAAN

     Professor and Chair, Division of Nursing Business & Health Systems

Rhetaugh G. Dumas Endowed Chair, Associate Dean, Office of Clinical Scholarship and Practice Development at the University of Michigan, School of Nursing. 

Dr. Titler’s program of research, centers on health services research with a focus in translation and implementation science, and outcomes effectiveness research targeting older adults. As a result of her expertise, she has received federal and foundation funding for her research, serves on NIH and AHRQ study section, and has published numerous clinical and research articles on evidence based practice and translation science. Additionally, Dr. Titler has provided educational and consultation services to national and international community’s including Tri-Services Nursing Research, NIH, Veterans Healthcare Administration, and Singapore Ministry of Health.  She has received numerous awards, including, most recently:  the Nurse Researcher Award, American Organization of Nurse Executives, 2008; and Women of Influence Award, Corridor Business Journal, Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa, 2008.

Dr. Titler will speak about translational research and evidence-based practice.