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Thursday, December 13, 12 - 1pm
Florence Branch of the Boone County Library
7425 US-42, Florence, Kentucky 41042
The Institute for Health Innovation at Northern Kentucky University and the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Coalition of Kentucky (NASCKY) are proud to partner on the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Support Group. Parents, grandparents, and other guardians of children diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome are invited to come to the meeting for support and to discuss opportunities for awareness and advocacy of NAS in the Northern Kentucky region.
Free parking available
RSVP to Carolyn Noe at email@example.com for our catering headcount.
Gannon’s primary teaching focus is pediatric nursing. Gannon also partners with NKU’s clinical instructors at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) to provide a seamless experience between the classroom and clinical environment. Gannon also works with the Pathways to A Nursing Degree program which bring middle school students and high school students to campus in order to introduce them to the profession of nursing. Her areas of interest are children with special healthcare needs and improving teaching methods in nursing education. In addition, Gannon has received a University Community Partnership Grant to work with Pediatric Primary Care offices to improve outcomes for children with special healthcare needs. Gannon was also awarded a summer fellowship and summer faculty grant to explore and present integrating concept mapping into both the clinical and classroom settings.
Besides teaching, Gannon is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Prior to coming to NKU, Gannon worked as a pediatric hematology/oncology nurse at the University of Kentucky Children’s Hospital, and as a pediatric nurse practitioner in hematology/oncology as well as developmental disabilities at CCHMC. Currently, Gannon still practices one day a week in pediatric primary care.
Gannon has completed her Ed.D with a focus in Nursing Education at NKU. She received both her BSN and MSN at the University of Kentucky.