Monthly Call Agenda: Monday, August 6, 2018

5 pm Eastern Daylight Time

 Please note the information pertaining to the call-in number

CALL IN Number: 530.881.1212  CALL ID: 642-114-054

Please note this number will result in a charge to your telephone provider. However, if you have unlimited long-distance minutes, no charge will appear on the phone bill. However, if you do have LIMITED minutes, a charge of approximately $2.00 may appear on your bill, if the minutes exceed your monthly allotment.This number provides HCTRC capacity to accommodate all those who call in. Also, International members can call in as well; your charge will be based on long distant rates

1. Presentation

The Development of an Innovative Interprofessional Community Model for Transitional Youth with ADHD to Improve Learning and Health Outcomes

Teri Chenot, Ed.D., MS, M.Ed., MSN, RN, CCE Associate Professor

Keigwin School of Nursing Co-Director, QSEN Institute Regional Center at Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences. Jacksonville University. 2800 University Blvd. No., BRCHS – Room 202 Jacksonville, FL 32211

Office: (904) 256-7284 Fax: (904) 256-7287 E-mail: Website:

2. HCTRC Updates and Discussion

Network Updates

Discussion/Information sharing


Thank You! 

Our thanks to all of our colleagues who presented and attended the 2017 HCTRC Research Symposium. It was a great meeting as evidenced by the word cloud comments (see below) of our colleagues. A special thanks and kudos to our presenters

The HCTRC Administrative Team 

2018 Call for Abstracts, 10th Annual Research Symposium
October 24, 2018, Houston, Texas, USA

Submission deadline for late breaking abstracts coming up

Sponsored by the International and Interdisciplinary Health Care Transition Research Consortium (HCTRC) in collaboration with and the 19th Annual Chronic Illness and Disability Conference, Transition from Pediatric to Adult-based Care.  

The categories of HCTRC abstracts for presentations or posters include the following categories:

1. Adolescent/Emerging Adult/Family Experience

2. Continuous Quality Improvement/Program Development/Models of Care

3. Health Provider or Patient/Caregiver Education

4. Health Care Transition Outcomes and Readiness Measures

5. Self-management  

6. Other (e.g. abstract category not listed; thematic presentation involving several presenters)  

 Abstract Format:  Word limit: 300 words

Title: Centered, written in title case and bold

Background: Brief presentation of significance of the study/project

Methods: Sample size and characteristics, research methods and design.

Results: Study findings 

Conclusion(s): Study research and clinical implications

Submission Coordinators: Cecily Betz, PhD, RN, FAAN, &  Megumi Okumura, MD.

HCTRC Administrative Team: Lead: Cecily Betz, PhD, RN,FAAN, Lynn Davidson, MD, Thomas Davis, MD, Maria Ferris, MD, MPH, PhD, Rita Nathawad, MD, Megumi Okumura, MD, Jason Woodward, MD, Nancy Cheak-Zamora, PhD

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