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Chapter News

  • Congrats to the new chapter members and Thank you to our board

    We had a beautiful new member chapter induction today! Thank you to the e board for planning and running a beautiful ceremony and thanks to our keynote speaker Dr Connie Sensor! 

  • Save the dates!

    Sunday, February 25, 2024- Annual Epsilon Rho chapter induction.9am- 12pm, Florham campus, Lenfell hall in the Mansion, Fairleigh Dickinson University. 


    March 3, 2024: Region 14 Conference Save the Date and Call for Abstracts Podium and Poster Presentations VIRTUAL. (See attached to submit an abstract) (Please Email Marnie ASAP at Msperling52370@hotmail.com if you want to attend the conference as it is virtual and we do get 6 complimentary registrations because we are a sponsor, (first come, first serve))


    Mid-March, 2024- new nurse/new APN mentoring event. We will have a panel that will share their experiences and strategies to adjusting in a new role.  (If any members would like to serve as RN/APN/MSN/DNP panel members contact Marnie Sperling directly at msperling52370@hotmail.com or call 973-699-7537.)


    Saturday, April 13, 2024- Annual research day. 9-12p, Teaneck Fairleigh Dickinson University campus. 

  • Day 4: sigma biennial

    Day 4: Sigma Biennial 
    Today we served as delegates in the voting of new officers and listened to the Sigma biennial reports.  The take home message from the reports is that Sigma is in a very healthy financial state. For those chapter members who submitted your votes we voted based on your preferences and the choices for officers were elected successfully. So our day was basically sigma international reports and updates and the elections of officers.  We then went to dinner with the Region 14 members and brainstormed some collaborative events we can do to enrich our members with research, community and education and to hopefully increase chapter member engagement and participation. Yes that means you all! So please message or email us with any community or educational events you are interested in participating in or planning as a chapter! Tomorrow is the voting on the bylaws amendments and articles of incorporation. We did get to go out to the Alamo and river walk for a bit. “Remember the Alamo!”

  • Day 3- Sigma Biennial

    Day 3: Sigma biennial
    Today we attended the Plenary closing and awards ceremony where the following recipients were awarded the Nell J Watts Lofetime Achievement in Nursing Awards: 
    Dr Dana Bjarnason 
    Dr John Patrick Daly 
    Patricia Davidson
    Dr Beth Ulrich
    Dr Bethany Ann Hall-Long, (Lieutenant governor of Delaware)
    Dr Jean Watson (Nurse theorist)

    Archon Award recipients:
    Medical Bridges
    United network for Organ Sharing
    Luci Baines Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon B Johnson) and Ian J Turpin

    We then presented our poster at poster sessions for the afternoon.  
    We took a bit of time to see the most famous Alamo.
    We attended the key awards in hopes of getting ideas so our chapter can earn another key award! We need member engagement in order to obtain this goal. 
    In the evening we joined the nurse educators and researchers from Morristown Medical Center in a Trivia FUNraiser to raise money for the sigma foundation who provides scholarships and grants. We did not place but we did well and had a lot of fun!
    Our chapter proudly is a giving club donor to the Foundation of Nursing. 

  • Day 2-Sigma Biennial

    Today we had a lot of interest in our poster titled “Does Interprofessional Simulation Increase Students' Self-Confidence, Self-Efficacy, and Decrease Anxiety”. We attended multiple presentations on student engagement activities to utilize in the classrooms and incorporating interprofessional simulations with nurse practitioner students. We attended a presentation by Dr’s Lise Cooper and Mildred Kowalski on puppy cam use prior to nurse leaders huddles to reduce stress. Our clinical coordinator at Morristown Medical center, Marilyn Robayo presented a poster on “Medication Flash Cards for Humanity: Increasing Distribution and Utilization of an Interactive Flash Cas Card” it was a good day!

  • Day 1 of the Sigma Biennial Conference

    Day 1 of The Biennial Sigma conference. We arrived in San Antonio, Texas and set up our poster on our recent research project and had good responses so far to our poster and research findings.  We attended the plenary session and had the privilege to see our colleague from Morristown Medical center Nurse researcher Dr Mildred Kowalski who was a keynote speaker at one of our chapter research days a few years ago receive the Marie Hippensteel Lingeman Excellence in Nursing Practice award.   We also got our picture with the current Sigma International President Dr Kenneth Dion. San Antonio is an awesome city.

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