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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

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

NWC 2017

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Charles Boicey
Keynote Presentation
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States

Charles Boicey explains how healthcare uses Spark Streaming to provide real-time updates to healthcare providers for critical healthcare needs, helping clinicians make timely decisions from the assessment of a patient’s risk based on information gathered from streaming phys [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Carlos A. Archilla
Keynote Presentation
Carlos A. Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

The presentation will cover the effects of commonly prescribed opioids, will define the term narcotic, and will discuss the effects of direct to consumer advertisement. We will also discuss the results of an institutional poll that assessed the attitudes towards prescribing opioi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Rose Kearney-Nunnery
Keynote Presentation
Rose Kearney-Nunnery, University of South Carolina Beaufort, United Kingdom

As the world’s population ages, dementias are increasing and are expected to multiply and have a significant impact on economies. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, especially the late form with unrecognized onset often years prior to symptomolog [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Ed Mantler
Keynote Presentation
Ed Mantler, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Canada

Stigmatization towards persons with mental illnesses is a major quality of care problem, with negative consequences for patients at all points along the spectrum, from access, to care and treatment, to outcomes. It also remains a key concern for workplace mental health and a barr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - June Anonson
Keynote Presentation
June Anonson, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Canada

Academic nursing leaders are providing strategic and innovative leadership in the advancement of research and scholarship within the Schools of Nursing. The leadership strategies and practices to support and strengthen the culture of research and scholarship within nursing educat [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - LTC Peter Strube
Oral Presentation
LTC Peter Strube, Rosalind Franklin University, United States

Lateral violence (LV) is an encounter that leaves the victim feeling upset, threatened, humiliated, or vulnerable and can lead to ineffective communication and patient care. Lateral violence destroys the workplace environment. The effects of LV are accompanied by physical, emotio [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Karen Whitman
Oral Presentation
Karen Whitman, Lincoln Memorial University, United States

Audience Take Away: • The audience will be able to see clearly that nursing faculty Salary is a determent in attracting quality nursing educators, and some suggestions on remedying this disparity. • The audience that is or may be involved in the recruitment and re [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Cathleen A. Evans
Oral Presentation
Cathleen A. Evans, Widener University, United States

Background: Little is known about learning-transfer in baccalaureate nursing-students or the use of tabletop-exercises as a classroom strategy in nursing education. Optimal learning-transfer is the learner’s ability to use original learning during time distanced novel circu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mary Val Palumbo
Oral Presentation
Mary Val Palumbo, University of Vermont, United States

Based on the experience of developing, implementing and evaluating innovative interprofessional educational experiences, this session will describe activities which address: the Interprofessional Educational Collaborative (IPEC, 2016) competencies; the recommendations of the Inst [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Kathleen Suzanne Rindahl
Oral Presentation
Kathleen Suzanne Rindahl, Fresno State University, United States

A review of literature indicates research has been conducted on eating disorders for several decades and in several countries. Publications can be found as early as 1949 in the United States, with evidence of research conducted worldwide in countries such as Hungry, Germany, the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Doris Burkey
Oral Presentation
Doris Burkey, Shepherd University, United States

The purpose of this oral presentation is to determine whether an educational intervention improves DNP nurses’ attitudes of caring for patients with opioid addiction. The specific aim of this study is to determine if there a difference in nurses’ attitudes towards per [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Charlene Romer
Oral Presentation
Charlene Romer, ATI Nursing Education, United States

Nurse educators must possess a repertoire of teaching techniques that can be applied to a variety of students and classrooms. This workshop will provide an overview on understanding classroom and student dynamics that may facilitate or obstruct active learning strategies. Partici [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Gail M Prothe
Oral Presentation
Gail M Prothe, Optum Complex Care Management, United States

Introduction: Since the beginning of the health care reform in 2010, the health care system has become more complex. Older adults require assistance from the health care system due to multiple chronic illnesses and morbidities. Many older adults and their family are lost navigati [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Carlota Quiban
Oral Presentation
Carlota Quiban, Point Loma Nazarene University, United States

The purpose of this quantitative, quasi-experimental study was to examine the effects of HeartMath stressreduction techniques on the stress level and levels of well-being of military parents of children with autism who participated in the Strengthening Parenting Resilience Worksh [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Valerie Zielinski
Oral Presentation
Valerie Zielinski, St Laurence Training Organisations, Australia

The number of students’ requiring clinical placement has placed demands on tertiary hospitals and education providers to look at initiatives to meet student competency and curricula requirements. Student nursing clinical practicum placements predominately occur over a weekd [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Kem Louie
Oral Presentation
Kem Louie, William Paterson University, United States

Health disparities among transgender population continue to exist despite its increasing social acceptance in the US. Health disparities include increased rates of psychiatric disorders, substance abuse, suicide and HIV/DTDs (Healthy People 2020). It is important that nursing edu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Abigail Mitchell
Oral Presentation
Abigail Mitchell, D’Youville College, United States

I n today’s classroom and online formats, we have multiple different generations, which necessitates that we instruct using various teaching theories and strategies to enhance the students’ learning abilities. The other challenge is with the increased student enrollme [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Connie Jozwiak-Shields
Oral Presentation
Connie Jozwiak-Shields, D’Youville College, United States

In today’s classroom and online formats, we have multiple different generations, which necessitates that we instruct using various teaching theories and strategies to enhance the students’ learning abilities. The other challenge is with the increased student enrollmen [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Kenneth Nord
Oral Presentation
Kenneth Nord, Region Skane, Sweden

Background: At an operation unit in Region Skåne Sweden started 2010 a new clinical educational program for team training targeted aesthesia- and operating room nursing students at advanced academicals level, junior physicians at training as well as new employed staff. The [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lasty Balseiro Almario
Oral Presentation
Lasty Balseiro Almario, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

Introduction: In this study, the scientific productivity of university nursing professors at UNAM’s ENEO, FES Zaragoza, and FES Iztacala, is shown. Background: Current exigencies of society include that scientifically-positioned professors seek concrete solutions to the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Jacalyn Jaspers
Oral Presentation
Jacalyn Jaspers, Allen College Waterloo, United States

Colleges strive to implement quality educational experiences for students to attain the attributes necessary to provide safe and collaborative patient care as part of interprofessional teams. With increased scrutiny over healthcare and patient satisfaction through the use of pay [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Zodwa M Manyisa
Oral Presentation
Zodwa M Manyisa, North West University, South Africa

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to construct and describe a conceptual model to be used as a framework of reference to improve the working conditions in public hospitals in Mpumalanga province, South Africa for quality service delivery. Research design and methods: A mod [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lavoy Bray
Keynote Presentation
Lavoy Bray, American Association for Men in Nursing, United States

Gender inclusivity in the profession remainsskewed. Men comprise roughly 13% of the current nursing workforce. This percentage continues to demonstrate a gradual growth. However, in comparison with other professions, the rate has been dismal (less than 5% per decade in the last 4 [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mercy Popoola
Keynote Presentation
Mercy Popoola, John Glonor University, United States

The evolution and reconceptualization of technology in society for the last 30 years has provided the opportunity for a paradigmatic shift in healthcare education, practice and the focus on the concept of praxis. Twenty years ago, there was no nursing textbook discussing the conc [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Daryle Wane
Keynote Presentation
Daryle Wane, Pasco-Hernando State College, United States

Online instruction has come to the forefront of higher education not only as an effective way to deliver content and assess competencies but also as a preferred method of educational interaction. However, not all online learning environments are created equally. Online instructio [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Shirley Bristol
Oral Presentation
Shirley Bristol, Loma Linda University, United States

Clinical research is a category of research that utilizes individuals or groups of individuals or their behaviors or materials from humans, such as tissue samples, either directly or indirectly. Examples of clinical research include patient-focused research regarding mechanisms o [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Sandra Almeida
Oral Presentation
Sandra Almeida, Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand

I ncreased life expectancy is a result ofsuccessful health interventions which in turn have caused considerable financial pressure on the health industry in many countries including New Zealand. There is increased incidence of chronic illness with the ageing population leading to [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Traci Stewart
Oral Presentation
Traci Stewart, Madonna University, United States

This presentation is based on the results of a DNP project, a descriptive study, guided by Critical Social Theory and Feminist Pedagogy, that demonstrated a lack of general knowledge among nurses, nursing students and nurse educators concerning lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgen [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Larissa Teng
Oral Presentation
Larissa Teng, North York General Hospital, Canada

Objective: To define the role of the patient navigator and its capacity to enhance patient experience Significance and Background: An Integrated Care Collaborative (ICC) is a unique model that enhances care for hip and knee replacement patients by assigning them a patient navi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lasty Balseiro Almario
Oral Presentation
Lasty Balseiro Almario, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

Introduction: The academic network is a university organizational structure which joins wills under agreements in order to achieve common goals, mainly in the formation and researching areas, and under values such as solidarity, respect, tolerance, and co-accountability among its [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Hiroko Tadaura
Oral Presentation
Hiroko Tadaura, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan

What is “time concept” for expert nurses who believe that they should use the most? It is reported that nurses often believe the time which is categorized for urgent and important is greatness. It is necessary to focus on it in Nursing. However, the most important tim [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Anne-Maria Olphert
Oral Presentation
Anne-Maria Olphert, Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

I n 2013 the author commissioned a piece of work to audit 320 deaths over a 6 month period 1st April 2013 – 31st September 2013 in adults only, from a population of 100,000 patients. Deducting the sudden/unexpected deaths left 231 records to be audited. The findings were di [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Wayne D. Nix
Oral Presentation
Wayne D. Nix, RNvention LLC, United States

According to the American Nurses Association’s Quality of Practice, “the registered, nurse contributes to quality nursing practice through creativity, innovation, and overall quality improvement”. Nurses have an obligation to facilitate the development of not on [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Valerie Provan
Oral Presentation
Valerie Provan, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

The concept of developing a Nurse Led Unit started in 2003 due toconcerns around the over prescribing of psychotropic medication in dementia care, with ‘Person centred care’ talked about, but not observed in practice. The Trust was developing a new Unit but had no vis [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Momoyo KAWAI
Oral Presentation
Momoyo KAWAI, Teikyo Heisei University, Japan

For humans, eating orally is not just for maintaining life, but it’s also a joy of life. In Japan, dysphagia disorder is on the rise due to an aging population, cerebrovascular disease, etc. While there are those who are reviewing the importance of being able to eat orally, [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Badriya Khalifa Al Shamari
Oral Presentation
Badriya Khalifa Al Shamari, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar

Background: This study examined overall job satisfaction among Nurses in a tertiary hospital setting in order to understand the relationship between job satisfaction in terms of four dimensions: autonomy, work environ-ment, incentives, and perception of quality of patient care. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Tetsuo Fukawa
Oral Presentation
Tetsuo Fukawa, Institution for Future Welfare, Japan

Japanese aging rate is already highest among developed countries, and it will increase towards unprecedented 40 percent in 2060. The Japanese population has been ageing rapidly with a very low fertility rate since the 1990s. This low fertility together with a long life expectancy [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Roaa Sabri Gassas
Oral Presentation
Roaa Sabri Gassas, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Delegation is the key for nurse managers and future leaders in order to guarantee productive outcomes. The use of delegation in nursing management can solve many issues including nurse shortages. The study aimed to describe nurse managers’ attitude and competency to delegat [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Sudta Parakkamodom
Oral Presentation
Sudta Parakkamodom, Mahidol University, Thailand

Normally, anesthesia personnel, particularly nurse anesthetists, make records on patients’ information during the surgical procedure. Pre and postoperatively, they visit patients to make sure that their customers are well informed regarding the whole process and satisfied w [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Jennette S. Logan
Oral Presentation
Jennette S. Logan, Regis University, United States

A viable quality health care environment is described as a living, healthy, and positive place to work and grow. It is capable of maintaining itself, germinating and developing under favorable conditions. Unfortunately, there are barriers which distract, interfere or inhibit this [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Malliga Jambulingam
Oral Presentation
Malliga Jambulingam, Morgan State University, United States

A viable quality health care environment is described as a living, healthy, and positive place to work and grow. It is capable of maintaining itself, germinating and developing under favorable conditions. Unfortunately, there are barriers which distract, interfere or inhibit this [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Umesh Sharma
Oral Presentation
Umesh Sharma, Mayo Clinic Health System, United States

Historically, medicine and nursing has had a hierarchical and patriarchal relationship, with physicians holding monopoly over knowledge-based practice of medical care, thus impeding interprofessional collaboration. Power gradient prevents nurses from demanding cooperative patient [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - MItch Hagins
Oral Presentation
MItch Hagins, Studer Group, Canada

I mproving patient experience has emerged as an important healthcare policy priority across Canada and beyond. Tools and systems for monitoring patient experience metrics are becoming increasingly refined and standardized, and the trend toward greater accountability for improveme [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Stephen Ogbonmwan
Oral Presentation
Stephen Ogbonmwan, Gable End Medical Services LTD, United Kingdom

Definition of Global Health: How does it relate to women and children? Current Challenging Global Health Issues UK Government refers to global health as ‘health issues where the determinants circumvent, undermine or are oblivious to the territorial boundaries of state [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mary Nielsen
Oral Presentation
Mary Nielsen, Missoula College University of Montana, United States

Health care for patients in rural communities across the United States and around the world remains a unique challenge. Rural residents often face long travel distances, wait months for an appointment, or are unable to access healthcare. While nursing makes up the largest group o [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Fay Mitchell-Brown
Oral Presentation
Fay Mitchell-Brown, California State University, United States

Nurses are integral to global health initiatives and nursing faculty have the responsibility to provide this opportunity for future generation of nurses to improve the health of people locally and internationally. Because nursing is a global profession, nurses should be key partn [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Kelly Holt
Oral Presentation
Kelly Holt, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Canada

Hope is necessary to recovery in mental illness; without it, recovery cannot occur (Leamy, Bird, LeBoutillier, Williams, &Slade, 2011; Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2015; McCauley, McKenna, Keeney, & McLaughlin, 2015). As frontline clinicians, nurses are optimally p [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Janne Seemann
Oral Presentation
Janne Seemann, Aalborg University, Denmark

Horizontal clinical management of integrated patient flows in health care has been put on the reform agenda globally to ensure better continuity of patient care services, increased patient safety and enhancement of the professional quality of treatment. Since 2013 the North Re [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Yvonne Ramlall
Oral Presentation
Yvonne Ramlall, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada

Background: Pain following total hip or total knee arthroplasty following discharge from hospital is not well understood, especially inpatients whose primary language is not English. The objective of this study was to review how communication barrier impact the understanding of a [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Siobhan A. Morse
Oral Presentation
Siobhan A. Morse, Baylor University, United States

Recent policy and legislative changes have contributed to two important changes in the substance abuse treatment community: increased access to care for many young adults and the need to develop effective outcomes information. Organizations that can consistently present valid and [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Londia L. Gof
Oral Presentation
Londia L. Gof, West Virginia University Hospitals, United States

Context: Guidelines and clinical practice for preventing complications with central venous catheters (CVC) varies greatly across the world. Preventing occlusion dictates most institutions endorse the use of heparin to maintain patency when the CVC is not in use. However, the use [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - George Reeder
Oral Presentation
George Reeder, Northwell Health, United States

Through the use of Improvement Science Methodologies, nurse leaders can advance health care processes, the quality of care delivered to patients, enhance patient safety, improve front-line staff’s job efficiency, promote employee morale, and reduce costs. Whether a nurse le [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Tracey Wilson
Oral Presentation
Tracey Wilson, University of Maryland, United States

Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) is a response to critical illness which affects the patient and family along the entire continuum of patient care and recovery. As survival rates of a critical illness increase, the prevalence of psychosocial symptoms has also risen. PICS is fi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Kimberly Bowers
Oral Presentation
Kimberly Bowers, University of Maryland Medical System, United States

Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) is a response to critical illness which affects the patient and family along the entire continuum of patient care and recovery. As survival rates of a critical illness increase, the prevalence of psychosocial symptoms has also risen. PICS is fi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Betty-Ann Pilgrim
Oral Presentation
Betty-Ann Pilgrim, Southern Medical Company Ltd, Trinidad and Tobago

This Presentation will provide a critical review of quality healthcare practice in Trinidad & Tobago, from which some generalizations may be made for the wider Caribbean region, wherever appropriate. Using an ‘autoethnographic methodology’, I would chronicle my jo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mikaela Olsen
Oral Presentation
Mikaela Olsen, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, United States

Serious adverse effects of hazardous drugs are well-known. It remains impossible to avoid administration of these drugs since many are essential for the treatment of cancer and other diseases. Adverse health effects from occupational exposure to HDs are based on the inherent toxi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Arelis Moore de Peralta
Oral Presentation
Arelis Moore de Peralta, Clemson University, United States

Trust is difficult to conceptualize and define because of its diverse applications in different disciplines. The development of relationships based on trust is a central principle in academic/practice community partnerships. Though the measure of public trust in health care organ [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Elizabeth Njoki Waithaka
Oral Presentation
Elizabeth Njoki Waithaka, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

This presentation seeks to discuss findings from a recent systematic review that aimed to establish the evidence base for public health nurse led interventions in reducing inequalities in health among children, young people and their families. In particular, the presenter will re [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lynde McKinley
Oral Presentation
Lynde McKinley, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Canada

Mindfulness in nursing involves teaching ourselves and our clients to take a few moments to be still and check in with their body and mind and simply allowing any waves of thought, emotion, or physical sensation to just be. There is no need to judge, analyze or figure things out. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Linda Jussaume
Oral Presentation
Linda Jussaume, North York General Hospital, Canada

Objective: To define the role of the patient navigator and its capacity to enhance patient experience Significance and Background: An Integrated Care Collaborative (ICC) is a unique model that enhances care for hip and knee replacement patients by assigning them a patient navi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Yuka SAEKI
Poster Presentation
Yuka SAEKI, Ehime University, Japan

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the degree of stress in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization via a femoral artery or vein. The subjects in this study were nine patients (53-84 years) who underwent cardiac catheterization using a femoral artery or vein. To eval [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Susan Growe
Poster Presentation
Susan Growe, Nevada State College, United States

The purpose ofthis presentation isto provide nurses with information about medicinal marijuana and how to provide the best care to patients who are prescribed medicinal marijuana. The cannabis plant has been around forever. However, “in 1996, California became the first sta [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Melike Yonder Ertem
Poster Presentation
Melike Yonder Ertem, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey

Objectives: To examine the effect of mental health nursing theory, clinical experience and anti-stigma program on students’ attitudes towards mental illnesses. Design and setting: One group quasi-experimental design was used. The study was performed at the faculty of nur [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Cindy Rivet
Poster Presentation
Cindy Rivet, The Miriam Hospital, United States

27.6 million Adultsin the United States are diagnosed with heart disease. Prescriptions for multiple cardiac medications typically ensue, and if not taken correctly, can place patients at higher risk for adverse drug events and re-hospitalizations. Consistently providing medicati [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Linda Dudas
Poster Presentation
Linda Dudas, Magee-Womens Hospital, United States

Background: Neonatal airway obstruction that is not diagnosed until delivery creates an emergent situation with high morbidity. The antenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormalities allows pediatric and obstetric specialists to manage the compromised neonatal airway in a safe, controlle [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Abigail Mitchell
Poster Presentation
Abigail Mitchell, D’Youville College, United States

Internationally, it has been a common practice that college and university based nursing programs encourages undergraduate nursing students not to obtain either part time or full time employment during a nursing school semester due to the high intensity and demands of these progr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Connie Jozwiak-Shields
Poster Presentation
Connie Jozwiak-Shields, D’Youville College, United States

I nternationally, it has been a common practice that college and university based nursing programs encourages undergraduate nursing students not to obtain either part time or full time employment during a nursing school semester due to the high intensity and demands of these prog [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Linda Garand
Poster Presentation
Linda Garand, Duquesne University, United States

Introduction: Interventions have limited impact when evaluated among family caregivers who have provided dementia care for several years and report high burden levels. We sought to evaluate the effects of problem solving therapy (PST) on burdens levels among a sample of family me [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Shu-Hui Wang
Poster Presentation
Shu-Hui Wang, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan

Reading an English written medical record is a challenge for majority Taiwanese nursing students. However, medical record usually is written in English. Many nursing school in Taiwan establish the subject for understand medical record. The purpose of the study is to develop an [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Fay Mitchell-Brown
Poster Presentation
Fay Mitchell-Brown, California State University, United States

Participation through global health volunteerism provides a better understanding of the myriad of global health care issues that affect populations, expand boundaries and transform global health care issues in the classroom and beyond. This global project was done largely through [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Louise Ballesty
Poster Presentation
Louise Ballesty, Midland Regional Hospital Mullingar, Ireland

Introduction: Medical TV drama series have increased in popularity over the past 10-15 years with in excess of 20 million viewers for each episode of Grey’s Anatomy. Evidence suggests that viewers overestimate the survival chances of resuscitation in cardiac arrest. This ef [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mary Brann
Poster Presentation
Mary Brann, University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, United States

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to examine hyponatremia in the hospital setting to determine if it was associated with falls. Methods: To determine if hyponatremia was associated with falls that occurred within the hospital, the author retrospectively reviewed all fall c [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Andrea Catrell
Poster Presentation
Andrea Catrell, Simmons College, United States

The purpose of this study is to enhance insulin label awareness related to the International Insulin Color Coding System that is used on all insulin vials, pens, and packaging. With this study, an insulin color coding tool, developed and derived from the International Diabetes Fe [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Millicent Ward
Poster Presentation
Millicent Ward, Chamberlain University, United States

Effective communication is something all members of healthcare strive to achieve. To improve poor communication and to encourage interprofessional collaboration in a chronic, forensic, adult, psychiatric facility, the HUDDLE communication method was implemented on two different m [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Napatchanan Laotaweesuk
Poster Presentation
Napatchanan Laotaweesuk, Mahidol University, Thailand

Introduction: Nurse Anaesthetist students have to deal with stressful situation during 1-year training program. Usually, students with mild to moderate stress could possibly succeed their goals. However, anyone with severe stress might develop a vicious trouble resulting in poor [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Suchittra Bumrongsawat
Poster Presentation
Suchittra Bumrongsawat, Mahidol University, Thailand

Skills in time management are crucial for academic success. It can be defined as clusters of behavioral set that is essential in the organization of learning load. These are comprised of activities such as planning, prioritizing, preparation, and following schedules, which yields [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lynde McKinley
Poster Presentation
Lynde McKinley, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Canada

Ayurveda is a 5000 year old science, the science of life. Ayurveda teaches that health is a process, not a state. It is ongoing, not a one-time attempt at wholeness. The process is participatory; the person must take the responsibility for his or her health. The dynamic balance n [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Lordian Kristaq Nunci
Poster Presentation
Lordian Kristaq Nunci, University Hospital ”Mother Teresa”, Albania

Aim: Evaluation of red cell transfusion effects on tissue oxygenation, by measuring blood lactate levels before and after hemotransfusion. Blood lactate levels are suggested as sensitive parameter to evaluate tissue oxigenation. The aim of this study was to verify the efficiency [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Fatmir Agim Methasani
Poster Presentation
Fatmir Agim Methasani, Continental Hospital, Albania

Aim: Evaluation of red cell transfusion effects on tissue oxygenation, by measuring blood lactate levels before and after hemotransfusion. Blood lactate levels are suggested as sensitive parameter to evaluate tissue oxigenation. The aim of this study was to verify the efficiency [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Leslie D Bolin
Poster Presentation
Leslie D Bolin, CaroMont Regional Medical Center, United States

The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) program developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) surveys the patient experience from the patient point of view in various ambulatory and institutional settings (AHRQ, 2016). CaroMont Reg [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Du chunping
Poster Presentation
Du chunping, Sichuan University, China

Objective: To identify primary osteoporosis patients’ function and environment status and provide evidence to clinic treatment, rehabilitation therapy and rehabilitation nursing. Methods: Based on cross-sectional survey, applying brief ICF core set of osteoporosis, usin [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Sooja Kim
Poster Presentation
Sooja Kim, Kanagawa University of Human services, Japan

We would like to discuss how to provide adults with an intellectual disability (ID) living in the community with proper health-checkups by a single nurse, and how to detect health warning signs by their family. In Japan, people with ID at the so-called “Sagyo-sho” [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Georgia Smith-Vest
Keynote Presentation
Georgia Smith-Vest, Rasmussen College, United States

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies have three distinct cognitive areas of knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSAs). Development in each of these areas is necessary for nursing students to provide quality health care.In many cases, nursing education focuses [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Gabriel Oluwakotanmi
Keynote Presentation
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi, Chamberlain University, United States

I mprovement of health care system is a major goal for most governments of the world. Achieving this goal has been difficult for many. The importance of healthy populace cannot be over-emphasized. Afterward, health population will influence every aspect of good living; economic d [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Sandy Blake
Keynote Presentation
Sandy Blake, Whanganui District Health Board, New Zealand

Introduction: Sitting alongside my role of director of nursing patient safety and quality of a public hospital is my role as clinical lead to the Commission’s reducing harm from falls programme in New Zealand. I have a unique opportunity to influence the collective power of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Nicole Marie Candiff-Llorens
Oral Presentation
Nicole Marie Candiff-Llorens, Tulane University Hospital, United States

I PF stands for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, a rare condition that affects 14 - 43 people per 100,000, with a total of approximately 3 million patients worldwide. The lung tissue of someone with IPF becomes thickened, stiff and scarred. Fibrosis is the medical term for this sca [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Jane Russell
Oral Presentation
Jane Russell, Good Samaritan Hospital, United States

The phrase “frequent flyer,” has been used to describe patients who make many visits to emergency departments (EDs) in a given year. Current literature on frequent users of EDs reveals that such patients often suffer from an array of psychosocial problems which might [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Julia Ugorji
Oral Presentation
Julia Ugorji, University of Maryland, United States

Problem: Hypertension is a global public health issue affecting many people in the United States. African American women remain the highest in percentage by race and ethnicity for developing hypertension with poor risk awareness. Hypertension has costly implications for the healt [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Jaideep Herbert
Oral Presentation
Jaideep Herbert, Vidyanta Skills Institute Pvt Ltd, India

The impact of evidence based practice has gained momentum in nursing practice, education and research widely. The Evidence based Nursing demands changes and new innovations in education, practice, relevant researches and working environment for better outcome. Evidence Based Nurs [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Ruechuta Molek
Oral Presentation
Ruechuta Molek, Chulabhorn Hospital and Chulabhorn Resarch Institute, Thailand

Though Chulabhorn Hospital becomes a well-known cancer center in Thailand, a number of liver cancer are increasing with high mortality rate. This is not an easy assignment as I am a full-time chief, registered nurse, providing care for these patients at our gracious hospital. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Hannah Fulmer
Oral Presentation
Hannah Fulmer, University of Florida, United States

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) defines Always Events as aspects of the patient experience that are so important to patients and families that health care providers should reliably implement the events one hundred percent of the time. IHI lists the TeachBack method [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Andrea Pusey-Murray
Oral Presentation
Andrea Pusey-Murray, University of Technology, Jamaica

The findings reported here form part of a larger research project that the main aim of this study was to survey the sexual practices and perceptions of risk among undergraduate students attending a tertiary institution in Jamaica. To answer the research questions, a cross-section [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Mpoeetsi Makau
Oral Presentation
Mpoeetsi Makau, Ministry of Health, Lesotho

Lesotho has the high prevalence rate of HIV infection estimated at 25% since 2009 (LDHS, 2014). Therefore, Lesotho came up with strategies to curb the HIV infection; amongst which Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) was initiated by the MOH Development Partners in order to [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Melike Yonder Ertem
Oral Presentation
Melike Yonder Ertem, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey

Objective: The aim of this study is to examine the effect of motivational interviewing on treatment adherence and insight levels of patients with schizophrenia. Method: The research was constructed in an experimental fashion as such a randomized controlled trial was utilized. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Shao-Po Huang
Oral Presentation
Shao-Po Huang, Chang Gung University, Taiwan

Reading an English written medical record is a challenge for majority Taiwanese nursing students. However, medical record usually is written in English. Many nursing school in Taiwan establish the subject for understand medical record. The purpose of the study is to develop an [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Li Simin
Oral Presentation
Li Simin, Sichuan University, China

Abstract: Objective to improve traumatic amputees’ the experience of phantom limb pain (PLP), enhance patients’ quality of life. Methods: Based on cross-sectional study, adopting questionnaire survey to evaluate traumatic amputees’ status of PLP, coping style [....] » Read More

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