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A monthly series for all clinicians intended to promote excellence in patient care while showcasing
nursing staff at UWHC.
Grand Rounds
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October 2012
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Clinical Grand Rounds
Challenges and Successes in
Patient Transition from
Pediatrics to Adult Specialty Care
Gwendolyn Judson, BSN, RN
Kristin McArdle, MSW, APSW
Lisa McLennan, BSN, RN
Peggy Possin, BSN, RN
Abby Roth, BSN, RN, CPHON
Maria Standiford, BSN, RN
At this month’s clinical grand rounds, staff nurses will learn how pediatric ambulatory care nurses and their social work colleague
define patient transition from pediatric to adult specialty care. After a broad introduction to transition as a “process”
beginning early in a child’s life, the presentation will include a variety of specialty nursing care perspectives. These perspectives will focus on
transition barriers and successes through case study or program review. The discussion will include nursing innovations currently in practice
as well as those proposed for the future. The intent of pediatric patient transition to adult care is to create a process by which patients
are better prepared for managing their own health care needs when they become adults.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 • 1400-1500 • HSLC 1345
1.0 contact hour will be awarded for this program.
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is an approved provider of continuing nursing education
by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s
Commission on Accreditation.
This presentation will be recorded and posted on U-Connect in the Grand Rounds section of the
Education and Development for Nursing and Patient Care Services page.
Planning Committee: Julie Hunter, MSN, RN; Suzanne Schmuhl, MSN, RN