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Publications

Kutzler continues local history pieces with new article

Dr. Evan Kutzler, assistant professor of history, recently continued his local history series in the Americus Times-Recorder with “The Grave Digger, the Labor Day Petition, and the Great Migration.” It tells the story of Charles Lewis, the sexton of Eastview Cemetery who petitioned the Americus mayor and city council for a higher salary on Labor Day in 1919.

Jessica OuztsOuzts publishes article in nursing journal

Jessica Ouzts, clinical educator and lecturer in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, recently published an article titled “The Importance of Obtaining Verbal Confirmation of Patient Identifiers While Using Technology during Medication Administration” in the June 2019 open access clinical journal International Journal of Nursing.

The article discusses the growing use of technology in healthcare to improve workflow, patient safety, and patient outcomes. Along with the use of technology, there has been a decrease in patient verification by nurses, thus leading to increased risk for error, especially with medication administration. The article examines the workflow of several nurses from a local health care facility and offers recommendations on patient verification improvement.

The International Journal of Nursing is published by the American Research Institute for Policy Development.

Easom publishes article in Aging Today

Dr. Leisa Easom, associate dean and professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, recently published an article in Aging Today, the bimonthly newspaper of the American Society on Aging. "New—and needed— care manager education supports aging and disabled populations" discusses the education and workforce deficit in caring for America's aging and disabled populations. Easom also covers the development of GSW's interdisciplinary Long-Term Care Management degree as a response to the needs of the region and country.


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