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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

October 27 -29, 2022 | Orlando, Florida, USA

NWC 2016

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Charles Boicey
Keynote Presentation
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States

In 2010 the Clinical Informatics Team at the University of California, Irvine set out introduce technologies deployed by Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Yahoo into healthcare. The ability to utilize and process data by these organizations in a very real time nature was compelling [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Marianne Hattar Pollara
Keynote Presentation
Marianne Hattar Pollara, California State University, United States

Reducing health disparities and achieving equitable health care for all remains a pivotal goal in today’s health care. A culturally competent health care system can help improve health outcomes and quality of care, and can contribute to the elimination of health disparities [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Carlos A  Archilla
Keynote Presentation
Carlos A Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

Introduction/Background: The purpose of this lecture and scientific review is to assess the current state of knowledge regarding the potentials effects of anesthetic drugs and sedation agents on the developing brain, review physiologic changes occurring during anesthesia and surg [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Fang yu Chou
Oral Presentation
Fang yu Chou, San Francisco State University, United States

Optimal chronic disease care requires long- term support from the community, monitoring from providers, and proactive self- management by patients. The long-term treatment regimen, navigation in the complex health system, and interaction with health care providers require active [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Francis Roger NiiLanteye Acquah
Oral Presentation
Francis Roger NiiLanteye Acquah, Mental Health First Aid, Australia

The West African country of Ghana is situated just north of the equator bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Ghana’s tropical beaches and picturesque countryside are starkly contrasted by the destitute and inhumane living environments of people living with mental health conditions [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Tracy Edwards
Oral Presentation
Tracy Edwards, Modbury Hospital, Australia

In 2008 the Emergency Department (ED) at Modbury Hospital employed its first Nurse Practitioner Candidate (NPC) who was endorsed in 2010; they have since employed a second Nurse Practitioner (NP). These NP’s work within a “see and treat” model of care ensur [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Benet Edward Appleby
Oral Presentation
Benet Edward Appleby, Birmingham City University, United Kingdom

The project focused on two distinct areas, firstly an evaluation of the usefulness of an extended model of intentional behaviour, based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), to explain Nurses’ and Health Care Assistants’ (HCAs) guideline implementation behaviour; [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Melanie Keeler
Oral Presentation
Melanie Keeler, University of Texas at Tyler, United States

Problem: Central catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI) is associated with increased health care costs and patient morbidity. Thepurposeof thestudywas to estimate thedirect inpatient charges of CRBSIin  [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Tanya Parker
Oral Presentation
Tanya Parker, New York University Langone Medical Center, United States

Background: Health care workers are at high risk for workplace violence. The most up-to-date research reports indicate there is an increase in violent crime in hospitals. Mount Sinai Beth Israel (MSBI) in New York City created committee to address the concerns of increased workpl [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Asmait Yohannes
Oral Presentation
Asmait Yohannes, Mount Sinai Hospital, United States

Ambulatory services require more Nurse Executives to oversee operations focus on to oversee operations including items such as unit improvement, cost containment, keeping physicians content, maintaining a high level of satisfaction and quality care for patients and patient’ [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 -  Rose E Constantino
Oral Presentation
Rose E Constantino, University of Pittsburgh, United States

Introduction: Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a pervasive yet preventable social, law enforcement and public health problem. IPVis physical, sexual, psychological, economic abuse and stalking to achieve, maintain and regain coercive control over their intimate partner. If not [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 -  Alaa Marwan Masoud
Oral Presentation
Alaa Marwan Masoud, The DataFlow Group, UAE, United Arab Emirates

Today’s rapidly evolving nursing industry is creating a lucrative market opportunity for unqualified practitioners to embellish or forge their academic and professional credentials. As such, accurate document verification hasbecome increasingly vital to confirming that prof [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Jabulile Nonhlanhla Makhanya
Oral Presentation
Jabulile Nonhlanhla Makhanya, National Department of Health, South Africa

This presentation will highlight the role of the country’s Government Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (GCNMO) in implementing the recommendations of the country’s first Nursing Education, Training and Practice Strategy through collaborative strategic partnerships. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Param Hans Mishra
Oral Presentation
Param Hans Mishra, Zulekha Hospital, United Arab Emirates

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 2 million patients suffer from hospital-acquired infections every year and nearly 100,000 of them die. Most of these medical errors are preventable. Infection-prevention strategies are essential in the healthcare setti [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Carlos Archilla
Oral Presentation
Carlos Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

Introduction/Background: The purpose of this continuous improvement project was to assess the current state of teamwork and communication skill among the operating room team, then provide an evidence-based patient safety program training session to improve those constructs. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Eva Manyedi
Oral Presentation
Eva Manyedi, North-West University, South Africa

The focus of this part of study was on the theory of stigma within the context of women who lost their partners to AIDS. The presentation provides the guidelines of how stigma manifests itself in both the perpetrators of stigma as well as the stigmatized. However, other authors&r [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Hiroko Tadaura
Oral Presentation
Hiroko Tadaura, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan

Classically known Nursing movement skills which nurses are often educated as a transfer and positioning changes are basically 2D [two dimensional] motion by VICON motion capture system. Historical study of nursing school text books in some international countries seems to suggest [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Shade Akande
Oral Presentation
Shade Akande, Stony Brook Medicine. Long Island, United States

Background: Despite guideline-driven pharmacological therapies and careful transitional care, the rates of preventable hospital re-admission of heart failure patients and associated costs remain unacceptably high in the SNF populations. Transfer to SNF is one strategy to limit ho [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Tony long
Keynote Presentation
Tony long, University of Salford, United Kingdom

The search for excellence in child health nursing can be frustrating, yet we ought to aspire to it, patients and their families expect it, and claims are often made to it.  What constitutes excellent nursing and how we can recognise it are difficult to establish. Sometimes w [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 -  Rose E Constantino
Keynote Presentation
Rose E Constantino, University of Pittsburgh, United States

The purpose of this presentation is to inform the audience of the steps in transforming global healthcare, nursing education, research and practice through global paradigm shift. Education is an equalizer globally; however, for the 21st century, the Internet, mobile and wearable [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Mzwandile Andi Mabhala
Keynote Presentation
Mzwandile Andi Mabhala, University of Chester, United Kingdom

Background: There has been a sharp increase in homelessness following recent UK welfare and other social policy reforms; these reforms included public expenditure reductions, compounded by benefit cuts which lowered/capped housing benefits and weakened welfare protection and the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Hicran Cavusoglu
Oral Presentation
Hicran Cavusoglu, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Family centered care  (FCC)  is the mutually beneficial partnership’s among health care providers, children and families. Holistic FCC is a heath care model.  Family centered care (FCC) sets parents at the centre of the child’s  care. If FCC is to [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Vedrana Vejzovic
Oral Presentation
Vedrana Vejzovic, Malmo University, Sweden

My thesis focuses on children aged 10-18 years with symptoms of, or diagnosed with, inflammatory bowel disease (henceforth referred to as IBD) from child’s perspective.Children have their own way of experiencing things, and research-based knowledge about children&rsquo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Hiroko Tadaura
Oral Presentation
Hiroko Tadaura, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan

Kinaesthetik (German), Kinaesthetics (English) is a word of Greek origin which means sense and movement. Kinaesthetics is applied mainly human interaction and movement support using human natural movement basically. Recently it is applied more various fields included in personal [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Rokaia Mohammed Al Shualah
Oral Presentation
Rokaia Mohammed Al Shualah, Royal Commission Hospital, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Transfemoral percutaneous coronary procedures have evolved in the past several years as a mainstay in both diagnostic and interventional cardiology however, safe management of vascular access sites after removal of percutaneous catheters remains a serious concern [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Jubilee Hakayobo Moonga
Oral Presentation
Jubilee Hakayobo Moonga, Selby College, United Kingdom

During the presentation, the lived experience of nurses and health care workers caring for people with dementia on orthopaedic wards will be discussed. Most nurses and health care workers on orthopaedic wards will care for people with dementia with various trauma conditions. This [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Gloria Likupe
Oral Presentation
Gloria Likupe, University of Hull, United Kingdom

During the presentation, the lived experience of nurses and health care workers caring for people with dementia on orthopaedic wards will be discussed. Most nurses and health care workers on orthopaedic wards will care for people with dementia with various trauma conditions. This [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Linda Gellerstedt
Oral Presentation
Linda Gellerstedt, Karolinska Institute and Sophiahemmet University, Sweden

The importance of sleep for maintenance of good health and recovery from illness and or injury cannot be challenged. In connection with disease and/or bodily injury, the body has an increased need for sleep. Sleep deprivation is associated with several diseases and increased mort [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Blessy Antony
Oral Presentation
Blessy Antony, Choithram College of Nursing, India

About 40 million people in India come under the age of 15 to 35 years, Indian youth - most vulnerable group - psychological problems (Aminashaji 2011). WHO has estimated that stress-related disorders will be one of the leading causes of disability by the year 2020. Levels of stre [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Usha Ukande
Oral Presentation
Usha Ukande, Choithram College of Nursing, India

Nursing research mostly adopted quantitative approach in 1960s and 1970s. Qualitative approach had not developed much popularity during this time and numerical data was considered superior to the narratives for generalizations of the research findings. Nursing is more close to so [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Sulafa T Alqutub
Oral Presentation
Sulafa T Alqutub, MOH Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

To achieve the vision of 2030, transformation program of ministry of health was identified as a modified version of the Saudi national health strategy, it waslaunched earlier in 2016. It included fifteen strategic objectives. The program has paradigm shift toward public health an [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Girija Kalayil Madhavanprabhakaran
Oral Presentation
Girija Kalayil Madhavanprabhakaran, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Equipping nursing students with competencies that employer’s desire can be a challenging proposition. Simulation is based on experiential learning. It is an innovative teaching strategy with increased use of learning technology that complement clinical experiences for entry [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Tiina Freimann
Oral Presentation
Tiina Freimann, Tartu University Hospital, Estonia

The Patient Safety Reporting System (PSRS) is a voluntary, confidential, web-based reporting system for use by medical and supportive staff to report safety related events and situations that have been occurred in the hospital units. In the Tartu University Hospital the PSRS was [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Champion N Nyoni
Oral Presentation
Champion N Nyoni, Paray School of Nursing, Lesotho

Controversy surroundsthe use of traditional medicines and application of cultural practices within the conventional health delivery systems in low and middle income countries in Southern Africa. The controversy is truer within the field of midwifery and midwifery education. A var [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Dong Xiaofang
Oral Presentation
Dong Xiaofang, Zhengzhou University, China

Objective: To explore the real-life experience of stroke patients with dysphagia, who were provided nutrition through intermittence oro-esophageal tube feeding, so as to provide evidence for the widely use of intermittence oro-esophageal tube feeding. Methods: 10 stroke patien [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Simeon Chinedu Aruah
Oral Presentation
Simeon Chinedu Aruah, National Hospital Abuja, Nigeria

Background: The NARHS-Plus 2013 and the NDHS 2013 showed that the current HIV prevalence among women aged 15-49 is 3.4% with male to female variation of 3.3% to 3.4% respectively. Mindful of the fact that Family planning preferences among HIV positives of reproductive age has bee [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Arvid Steinar Haugen
Oral Presentation
Arvid Steinar Haugen, Haukeland University Hospital, Norway

Introduction The World Health Organization globally launched the “Safe Surgery Saves Lives” campaign in 2008, including the Safe Surgery Checklist (SSC), to improve communication, teamwork and consistency of care. Implementation of the SSC significantly reduced ove [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Samantha Ismaile
Keynote Presentation
Samantha Ismaile, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia

Guidelines adherence among nurses and allied health professionals is the basis of patient care. Guidelines are used to enhance quality of care delivery and promote patient safety through evidence-base practice. They may also standardize clinical interventions by which Allied Heal [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Ali Dashtgard
Oral Presentation
Ali Dashtgard, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Introduction: Addiction is a medical, psychological, social and economical problem. The high percentage of relapse which is more than 80% indicates that the nature and method of addiction treatment are not well known. Self - efficacy is a belief of having ability that one’s [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Marjan Farzad
Oral Presentation
Marjan Farzad, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Purpose: Respiratory muscle weakness is one of the most important features of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which can lead to clinical symptoms. Inspiratory resistive muscle training is a well known technique which has been shown to improve both muscle stre [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Raefa Refaat Alam
Oral Presentation
Raefa Refaat Alam, Mansoura University, Egypt

Background: Hepatitis C, especially genotype 4 is highly prevalent in Egypt. It is associated with impaired quality of life (QoL). Sofosbuvir (SOF) is now the treatment of choice. The study objective is to compare the QoL score immediately and three months after SOF plus ribaviri [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Hanan Abo Baker Mohammed
Oral Presentation
Hanan Abo Baker Mohammed, Mansoura University, Egypt

Background: Chest tube is an essential life saving measure for the management of pneumothorax, and hemopneumothorax developed as a consequence of chest trauma or surgery. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a nurse’s education program on chest tube complicatio [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Parvaneh Abazari
Oral Presentation
Parvaneh Abazari, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Objectives: The present study, tried to identify and describe the context based duties of postgraduate diabetes nurse specialist. Materials and Methods: This needs assessment study was performed using modified Delphi technique in Isfahan in 2014- 2015. The study population con [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Mahboobeh Namnabat
Oral Presentation
Mahboobeh Namnabat, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Background: Discharging a preterm infant from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is an important decision for parents and health system. The success of health system is relied on an accurate and comprehensive plan. This study was to explore a discharge plan on enabling mothe [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Fatimah Folashade Shittu
Oral Presentation
Fatimah Folashade Shittu, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria

Utilization of antenatal services is pivotal in achieving improved maternal and neonatal health outcomes. The objective of this study was to explore the mind of pregnant women on the assessment on the utilization of antenatal services at Isolo general hospital, Lagos. This study [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Jennette S Logan
Oral Presentation
Jennette S Logan, Regis University, United States

Nurse-to-nurse incivility is a global issue and is considered by working nurses to be the most common and disturbing type of workplace aggression. It is defined as rude, intimidating and discourteous behavior towards another, especially when the individual is new to an environmen [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2016 - Amber McCall
Oral Presentation
Amber McCall, Augusta University, United States

Clinical Nurse Leader course NURS 7100: Integrated Healthcare – Population Health. The presenters will share course objectives and original survey data (N = 118) related to how students perceived the impact of both the clinical and didactic portions of the course on their i [....] » Read More

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