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Le jour, elle est Abby Russell, une douce infirmière ; le soir, elle fait le tour des nightclubs, entrainant les hommes infidèles sur la route de liaisons dangereuses.Lorsque Danni, une infirmière débutante et sensible, rejoint l’équipe d’Abby, elles deviennent de très proches amies.The initial focus of the Project’s work at the orphanage was to complete physical assessments for all 80 children (ranging in age from newborns to 18 years), and for the 27 staff members.Each child and staff member now has an established medical record that is documented in both Vietnamese and English.
Another of the SONHP’s graduates, Amy Ly, DNP, RN also conducted her project at the Thanh Nhan Hospital, Endocrinology Out-patient Department. Ly’s project focused on establishing assessment protocols and teaching nurses in the diabetic primary care clinic how to perform foot assessments on newly diagnosed type-2 diabetic patients to result in the early diagnosis and implementation of preventive health care practices to minimize diabetic foot injuries.Two VNP volunteers from Florida, Erin Rainey, RN, MSN and Marcia Sweasey, RN, MSN, raised over ,000.00 from their hospital’s National Nurses’ Week celebration as part of their institution’s annual “Pay It Forward” program.Both Erin and Marcia returned to Hanoi this January 2016 for their second visit to serve on the VNP’s annual service visit, and provided leadership to coordinate the St. Vietnam Nurse Project volunteers prepare for a visit to the St.This design and implementation of this Project activity has been so successful that we have invited our other Hanoi practice partners to join the live broadcasts.
We currently broadcast to 5 major medical centers in Hanoi.All three of the USF SONHP DNP projects introduced the concept and practice of evidence-based care, an expanded role for Vietnamese nurses, and has advance the professional contributions and clinical practice of nurses into areas formerly controlled by physicians.In 2012, the Vietnam Nurse Project in cooperation with Hanoi’s Thanh Nhan Hospital, implemented the country’s first-ever Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds (VNGR).Wound care expert and USF graduate Ann Nguyen teaches staff in the intensive care unit The nurses identify a patient they wish to be presented for clinical management consultation during the VNGR broadcast, and VNP leaders invite school faculty and DNP students, as well as nurse experts from the greater San Francisco Bay Area to present programs and provide resources to promote the evidence and “best clinical practices” to expand the impact of nursing practice and promote improved patient outcomes.