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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

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

NWC 2019

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Charles Boicey
Keynote Presentation
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States

Once again nursing has an opportunity, this time to participate in the advancement of Data Science in healthcare. Nursing was at the forefront of the implementation of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and must now step forward in the utilization of data generated from the EMR [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Gabriel Oluwakotanmi
Keynote Presentation
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi, Chamberlain University, United States

Global health has never been more in precarious position than this time in our lives. As the population of the world clocked 7.5 billion, we should not take the health of its citizen for granted. With increasing geographical mobility around the world, and devasting effects of hig [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Louise Bradley
Keynote Presentation
Louise Bradley, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Canada

In a powerful and poignant address, Louise Bradley, president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) will reflect on a career dedicated to improving the mental health of Canadians – with a specific focus on the need to bring psychological health and safety [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Shuhong Luo
Keynote Presentation
Shuhong Luo, SUNY Upstate Medical University, United States

Background and Significance Clinical guideline adherence can improve patient outcomes. Because mobile apps are promising approaches to enhance providers’ use of clinical guidelines, we designed and developed a mobile application called Sexual Assault Care Algorithm (S [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Laura Sweatt
Oral Presentation
Laura Sweatt, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, United States

I n pursuit of nursing excellence and Magnet recognition, a clear deficit in the bedside nurse’s knowledge and expertise in research was identified. An academic service partnership with a school of nursing faculty was initiated to explore potential strategies to expand nurs [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Beverley Tann
Oral Presentation
Beverley Tann, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (Formerly Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, United States

The transition of care from the inpatient to outpatient setting can be a confusing & fearful prospect. Patients & families leave the security, supervision, safety & familiarity of the unit and staff.  They face living with a disability in their home as well as ha [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Regina Callion
Oral Presentation
Regina Callion, ReMar Review, United States

I n nursing education, new developments in technology are often used to improve the process of learning for students. Simulations has been one of the ways educators are able to effectively teach nursing students with positive outcomes of learning. Virtual reality (VR) specificall [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Natalia Cineas
Oral Presentation
Natalia Cineas, New York City Health + Hospitals, United States

Hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs) are a largely preventable complication that negatively affects an organization’s reputation and finances. Practice, knowledge, and education chasms were contributing to waste and an unfavorable trend in HAPIs at Mount Sinai St. Lu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Tracey Wilson
Oral Presentation
Tracey Wilson, University of Maryland, United States

The Institute of Medicine endorses inter-professional collaboration among health care providers as an essential part of improving the accessibility, quality, and value of health care in the United States. Interdisciplinary teamwork in the critical care setting is not a new concep [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Brenda T Spear
Oral Presentation
Brenda T Spear, Chamberlain University, United States

The purpose of this workshop is to define and describe field-tested instruments useful in assessing the learning needs and workforce capacity of nurses in underdeveloped countries. Building workforce capacity was completed in three phases addressing the clinical nursing teams as [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Anita Rush
Oral Presentation
Anita Rush, wokingham hospital, United Kingdom

Pressure ulcers are the single most costly chronic wounds in the NHS, estimated to cost £1.4-£2.2 billion annually, which is 4% of the NHS total expenditure1. Apart from causing pain and discomfort to the patient, tissue damage places a major burden on healthcare thro [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Carla Moore Beckerle
Oral Presentation
Carla Moore Beckerle, Esse Health Physician Group, St Louis Missouri, United States

Successful daily self-management of diabetes mellitus is essential to the achievement of positive health outcomes. Basic to successful self-management of any disease is a sense of self-efficacy or the feeling of confidence in one’s self-management abilities. This study exam [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sonja Cleary
Oral Presentation
Sonja Cleary, RMIT University, Australia

Background: Acupuncture is recommended in guidelines for the reduction of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV), but trained providers are lacking in the Australian hospital system. Acupressure provides non-invasive stimulus to acupuncture points, and could be integrated into [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Silje Gustafsson
Oral Presentation
Silje Gustafsson, Lulea university of technology, Sweden

Background: Many countries have seen the introduction of telephone nursing call centres expected to provide accessible, trusted, quality health information and advice. Studies of patient satisfaction with telephone nursing can provide a better understanding of callers’ need [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Agusta Palsdottir
Oral Presentation
Agusta Palsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland

The growing number of elderly people has led to an increase in the number of people with dementia, a disease which has been declared a priority within public health.  As a result, the need to look into how the burden of their relatives, who act as their informal caregivers, [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Nukhet Kirag
Oral Presentation
Nukhet Kirag, Aydin Adnan Menderes University, Turkey

Approximately 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired. Of these people, 39 million are blind, and 246 million have a high loss of vision. Approximately 90% of visually impaired people live in developing countries. A global coalition of non-governmental organizations an [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Susanne Salmela
Oral Presentation
Susanne Salmela, Vaasa Central Hospital, Finland

Background: Sustainable care is based on economical stable, evidence-based care models, ethics with a respectful and dignified care, and health thinking. Nurse Leaders (NLs) as role models are important in managing and strengthening ethical sustainable caring cultures, but resear [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sathiyalatha Sarathi
Oral Presentation
Sathiyalatha Sarathi, Sree Balaji College of Nursing, India

Introduction: Nature produces several items for health beneficial. Bilwa leaves is one such blessing from nature for mankind which is packed with enormous medicinal advantage. Its medicinal properties have been described in the ancient medicinal treatise in Sanskrit, Charaka sami [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ana Lucia Brantes
Oral Presentation
Ana Lucia Brantes, ESEL Lisboa, Portugal

The acquisition of oro-motor skills for oral feeding is considered one of the milestones in the development of the preterm infant, being the first big stage of his neurodevelopment (1; 2), these skills will provide a safe, functional and pleasurable feeding (1). In the last years [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Mariana Genshaft
Oral Presentation
Mariana Genshaft, Wolfson Medical Center, Israel

Background: Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) is an international, non-profit organization providing cardiac treatment to children from developing countries at the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel. SACH considers the training of local teams as an inseparable activity along [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Irena Nosal
Oral Presentation
Irena Nosal, Wolfson Medical Center, Israel

Background: Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) is an international, non-profit organization providing cardiac treatment to children from developing countries at the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel. SACH considers the training of local teams as an inseparable activity along [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Angela Cristina Yanez Corrales
Oral Presentation
Angela Cristina Yanez Corrales, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, Ecuador

Cancer is a major global health problem, given the high morbidity and mortality. In Latin America and the Caribbean, CC is the second most common neoplasm in the female population with 68,000 cases in 2010. The incidence in the region is 21.2 cases per 100,000 women, reaching hig [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Mohammod Monirul Islam
Oral Presentation
Mohammod Monirul Islam, National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, Japan

Aging is associated with declines in activities of daily living (ADL) and physical function that can lead to physical impairment, disability, and loss of independence (Spirduso, 2005). Due to a significant change in demography, many older adults in recent days get minimum assista [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Napat Thikom
Oral Presentation
Napat Thikom, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University, Thailand

Background: Adult surgical intensive care unit (SICU) patients routinely experience pain. Inadequate pain treatment both in over and under manners can lead to many complications. To know the incidence of inappropriate pain management will leads us to create the protocols place fo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ellen L Palmer
Oral Presentation
Ellen L Palmer, University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing & Health Innovation (retired), United States

The purpose of this presentation will be to examine the impact of North American nurses on the Haiti National School of Nursing (HNSON) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The school has a history closely related to the City General Hospital in Port-au-Prince and the United States occupati [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Mahmoud Galal Ahmed
Oral Presentation
Mahmoud Galal Ahmed, Dubai Hospital - Dubai Health Authority, United Arab Emirates

Neonatal parenteral nutrition (PN) is readily available in many hospitals and plays an essential role in the management of sick and growing term and preterm infants. PN can be used as the sole source of nutrition support for infants who cannot be fed or as an adjunct to enteral f [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Angela Cruz
Oral Presentation
Angela Cruz, West Texas Veterans Affair Healthcare System, United States

Aim: The aim for this presentation is to reshape and impact society’s culture and practices for the unhealthy consumption of food products. Backgound: Obesity is a health problem that crosses all cultures around the world. The United States of America (U.S.A.) ranks number [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Kathy M Green
Oral Presentation
Kathy M Green, Veterans Affairs, United States

THRIVE (Transforming Health & Resilience through Integration of Values-based Experience) is a 15- week evidence-based program founded on Whole Health, Positive Psychology, Integrative Medicine, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Jacklyn Paykel, M.D., is the author of the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Carlos A  Archilla
Oral Presentation
Carlos A Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

The presentation will cover pathophysiology, incidence, risk factors and literature review and author’s research work that include risk factors and ameliorating techniques. Post-operative emergence delirium and agitation has been described in both adults and pediatric patie [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Irena Laska
Oral Presentation
Irena Laska, Albanian Order of Nurses, Albania

Nursing in Albania, as in the whole world, is a profession that brings satisfaction, tiredness and a lot of challenges. These challenges in Albania are bigger than anywhere else as the consequence of the lack of organization in the nursing profession, starting with the way of edu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Blerina Duka
Oral Presentation
Blerina Duka, Albanian Order of Nurses, Albania

Nursing in Albania, as in the whole world, is a profession that brings satisfaction, tiredness and a lot of challenges. These challenges in Albania are bigger than anywhere else as the consequence of the lack of organization in the nursing profession, starting with the way of edu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Denise Rhew
Oral Presentation
Denise Rhew, Cone Health, United Kingdom

As we, all know that the fast growing population in the United States is the older adult population aged 65 years or older. Approximately 37% of older emergency department patients present with Cognitive impairment (most common Dementia/Delirium). Patients 65 years and older have [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Jason Upham
Oral Presentation
Jason Upham, Cone Health,, United States

As we, all know that the fast growing population in the United States is the older adult population aged 65 years or older. Approximately 37% of older emergency department patients present with Cognitive impairment (most common Dementia/Delirium). Patients 65 years and older have [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Joanne Mee Wah Loo
Oral Presentation
Joanne Mee Wah Loo, Mount Sinai West, United States

A “viable healthcare system” can be basically assumed to be a system that is created and sustained by medical/ healthcare organizations which utilize ongoingly organized and active efforts to improve the existing system and techniques, as well as to discover and integ [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Pattharaporn Sombood
Oral Presentation
Pattharaporn Sombood, Siriraj Hospital ,Mahidol University,, Thailand

Background and Goal of study: Annually, Department of Anesthesiology serves 50,000 patients for both general and regional anesthesia. There were 127 and 120 geriatrics out of 288 and 366 patients undergoing total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) for radiofrequency ablation (RFA) in [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Jazzle Anne Magdaug
Oral Presentation
Jazzle Anne Magdaug, MedPro International, Philippines

What makes a viable healthcare program? Ease? Practicability? Simplicity? Every study is designed with a purpose –either to prove, to make something better or to make a lasting change. However, no matter how promising a study is, if not maximized or applied correctly and di [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Napatchanan Laotaweesuk
Oral Presentation
Napatchanan Laotaweesuk, Mahidol University, Thailand

As progress in knowledge has a great diversity in all fields, medical personnel have to be energetic to cope with these advancement. Apparently, doing research is only a success way to develop a new factual innovation. This is not an exceptional case for nurse anaesthetists as th [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Elvessa Narvasa
Oral Presentation
Elvessa Narvasa, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses, Canada

Advancement in technology changes the world in a warp speed. Computer devices are no longer items that we use in our homes and places of work, carry in our bags and pockets. We can now wear those devices. There are a wide range of types of these wearable technologies that now inc [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Kornnika Yangan
Oral Presentation
Kornnika Yangan, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand

Most psychiatrists use electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) under general anesthesia with muscle relaxants. Normally, a psychiatrist discharges amount of electricity as small as possible to trigger a patient up to the ideal seizure threshold; while an anesthetist administers drugs suc [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ladda Permpolprasert
Oral Presentation
Ladda Permpolprasert, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand

Background and Goal of Study: Spinal block, a method to provide anesthetics intrathecally, is a favorable technique in patients with difficult ventilation difficult intubation, or irritable airways. However, spinal anesthesia is not without adverse effects. Generally, it results [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Shlomit baron
Oral Presentation
Shlomit baron, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Israel

The role of the non-nursing, health care assistant developed primarily to support the professional nurse and to undertake perceived non-nursing duties under the direction and supervision of registered nurses. While they represent a substantial proportion of the health care workfo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ying Chieh Liu
Oral Presentation
Ying Chieh Liu, Chang Gung Univeristy, Taiwan

Background: The use of machine learning to support everyday human activities is yet to be adequately explored. Based on an out of the box thinking paradigm, we present a concept of using user5 drawn doodles for communication and reporting of food item and its portion size in the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sudta Parakkamodom
Oral Presentation
Sudta Parakkamodom, Mahidol University, Thailand

The global population aged 60 years or over numbered 962 million in 2017, more than twice as large as in 1980 when there were 382 million older persons worldwide. The number of elderly is expected to double again by 2050, when it is projected to reach nearly 2.1 billion. Globally [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ratchanee Sukanthachalathon
Oral Presentation
Ratchanee Sukanthachalathon, Mahidol University, Thailand

This quasi–experimental research study was conducted to compare body temperature and shivering after surgery in patients who received pre-warming before undergoing Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) and those who receive only routine nursing care. The samples were the patients w [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Mpoeetsi Makau
Oral Presentation
Mpoeetsi Makau, Ministry of Health, Lesotho

Introduction: The Ministry of Health, through financial support from Irish Aid, engaged the Clinton Health Access Initiative to perform analysis to understand current and future health workforce needs in order to support efforts to improve planning of human resources for health. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sedigheh Pakseresht
Oral Presentation
Sedigheh Pakseresht, Guilan University and Medical Science, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Introduction: Physical activity and exercise is an effective strategy to increase strength and muscle mass. Also Vitamin D plays an important role in the growth and maintenance and function of muscle mass. Todys, a lack of vitamin D and physical activity are common problem in bot [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Adele Webb
Keynote Presentation
Adele Webb, Capella University, United States

The presentation will describe and present the results of a program for the education of and preparation of bedside nurses as well as nursing faculty as it relates to the WHO guidelines Package of Essential Noncommunicable Disease Interventions for Primary Health Care in Low Reso [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Nina Beaman
Keynote Presentation
Nina Beaman, Aspen University, United States

The Adverse Childhood Experience study, done by Kaiser and the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, revealed the prevalence of trauma in childhood. Additional research has revealed the long-term effects of trauma on the physical and psychological health of the adults they [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Veronique Haberey Knuessi
Keynote Presentation
Veronique Haberey Knuessi, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Switzerland

The care context is increasingly affected by the contingencies of budget cuts. Many constraints are imposed on caregivers and tensions emerge between the interests of caregivers on one side, and managers in another. Caregivers should even more focus on efficiency, often to the de [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Patricia A Seabrooks
Keynote Presentation
Patricia A Seabrooks, Miami Regional College, United States

The safety of the public depends on regulations that are created to ensure that health care professionals adhere to acceptable standards of care and practice. Quality health care that is acceptable and viable can be available to many members of the community when the regulatory p [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Maxine Holt
Oral Presentation
Maxine Holt, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

The UK government has put forward its mandate for a radical upgrade in prevention and health promotion in order to ensure the future health of millions of children. UK government and nursing policy has clearly outlined the imperative for nurses to develop health promotion and pre [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Julia Ugorji
Oral Presentation
Julia Ugorji, University of Maryland, United States

Problem, Purpose /Background: Essential clinical competencies for faculty and preceptors are critical to positive pedagogical environment for nursing and midwifery education. In Nigeria, clinical nursing education is faced with challenges of good working relationships between hos [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Carmen Herbel Spears
Oral Presentation
Carmen Herbel Spears, Independence University, United States

Understanding how adults learn will improve the effectiveness of any instruction. Nurses are expected to understand how to instruct both patients and students who most often are adult learners. The Stratified Knowledge Development Learning Model (SKDLM) is an example of a unique [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Cherie L Smith
Oral Presentation
Cherie L Smith, Cone Health, United States

The purpose of this descriptive phenomenological study was to explore what it is like for African American participants in Greensboro, NC to make the decision to become a living kidney donor. Additionally, their thought processes and experiences while making the decision to be or [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Emily Cannon
Oral Presentation
Emily Cannon, Indiana State University, United States

  Purpose: Spiritual care for healthcare providers has been vital for stress reduction and cohesiveness among professionals. Following an oncology patient’s difficult death in the fall of 2016, a small group of healthcare members decided to meet for a brief group pr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Renee Bauer
Oral Presentation
Renee Bauer, Indiana State University, United States

Purpose: Spiritual care for healthcare providers has been vital for stress reduction and cohesiveness among professionals. Following an oncology patient’s difficult death in the fall of 2016, a small group of healthcare members decided to meet for a brief group prayer prior [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Margaret Peggy Moriarty Litz
Oral Presentation
Margaret Peggy Moriarty Litz, Southern New Hampshire University, United States

The diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease began over 200 years ago with the recognition of motor symptoms of the condition. Today, there is no cure for the disease, only treatment and strategies for management of the symptoms. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a common neurodege [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Clare Dickinson
Oral Presentation
Clare Dickinson, Cancer Research UK/ The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

This session will cover the understanding of research (both clinical and academically as part of workforce development) and the reality that research is everyone’s business in whatever capacity nurses are working in and at whatever level – everyone has a role to play [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Lauren Blackshaw
Oral Presentation
Lauren Blackshaw, Moorfields Eye Hospital, United Kingdom

The World Health Organization has estimated a shortage of over 4 million doctors worldwide needed to achieve an acceptable level of healthcare delivery to the global population. Part of the health care solution to this has been to expand the role of allied healthcare professional [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ruifang Zhu
Oral Presentation
Ruifang Zhu, Shanxi Medical University, China

Background: Some countries have not their own original nursing theories, the US-born “nursing theories” are often used for nursing work. However, these current nursing theories cannot guide well systematically the actual diversified clinical practice of different coun [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Silje Gustafsson
Oral Presentation
Silje Gustafsson, Lulea university of technology, Sweden

Background: Telephone nursing is a rapidly increasing arena for medical support and advice via distance technology, and on-call telephone nursing services have been introduced in many countries. Telephone nursing has been found to reduce costs and optimize health care utilization [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Patcha Hortrakul
Oral Presentation
Patcha Hortrakul, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand

Registered nurses have to take one-year training program to become nurse anaesthetists. They have responsibilities to deal with patients peri-operatively. Since Thailand, a developing country, has joined ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) recently. She needs some qualified workers to [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Kwaunpanomporn Thummathai
Oral Presentation
Kwaunpanomporn Thummathai, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Depression among adolescents can affect learning performance and quality of life, and increase suicidal risk. Depression prevention intervention by adolescents, parents, and teachers at the early onset of adolescent depression is thus important. The findings of studies on develop [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Haya Raz
Oral Presentation
Haya Raz, Jerusalem College of Tecnology, Israel

Background: Until the establishment of the State of Israel, there were almost no Jewish nurses. In Europe, the nursing profession was under the auspices of Christian monasteries; hence, Jewish women were not eligible to become nurses. At that time, women who had worked as nurses [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sathiyalatha Sarathi
Oral Presentation
Sathiyalatha Sarathi, Sree Balaji College of Nursing, India

Introduction: Epidemiological research is a part of public health and health service’s research. This is carried out with human participants or data or biological samples from them. This provides important new knowledge that is not readily obtainable in other ways. The main [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ruechuta Molek
Oral Presentation
Ruechuta Molek, Chulabhorn Hospital and Chulabhorn Resarch Institute, Thailand

Cancer, a horrible disease, kills a number of patients at the early rank. Victims have to face with not only the disease itself but also its metastasis and treatment. Consequently, it disturbs patients’ physical, financial and psychological problems as well as spiritual sta [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ana Belen Salamanca Castro
Oral Presentation
Ana Belen Salamanca Castro, 12 de Octubre University Hospital, Spain

Nurses attend to their patients in a holistic way, as for our discipline patient is understood as a bio-psycho-social organism and not only as a person with a particular health problem. Nevertheless, health attention usually just focuses on the illness which causes the disorder, [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Eva Manyedi
Oral Presentation
Eva Manyedi, North-West University, South Africa

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to explore and describe factors influencing termination of pregnancy (TOP) among young women and to recommend guidelines that could be implemented to support them as well as reduce repeated termination of pregnancies. Research design and meth [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Rosa Leda Bellini
Oral Presentation
Rosa Leda Bellini, IQG Heath Services Accreditation, Brazil

Introduction: Safety Climate essentially refers to the perception of individuals in their working environment and can be used as an indicator for organizational safety culture. The analysis of this indicator is considered an important instrument in determining actions that aggreg [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Gebhard Mathis
Oral Presentation
Gebhard Mathis, Praxis Internal Medicine, Austria

Background: In crisis situations, comprehensive palliative care in care homes is frequently hindered by the absence of a doctor Aim: To improve advanced care planning in care homes by the establishment of medical coordination. Methods: Medical coordination facilities were e [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Dararat Chuwongin
Oral Presentation
Dararat Chuwongin, Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand

Cancer is a leading cause of life threatening. There are several methods for chemotherapy administration consisting of oral, intramuscular, and intravenous form. Though intravenous technique is widely accepted, it still has a risk of extravasation during administration, approxima [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Anny Dionne
Oral Presentation
Anny Dionne, Miami Regional College/Aspen University, United States

Background: The change in the mode of communication and traveling gave birth to the concept of cultural competency; cultural competency is defined as the ability to interact effectively with individuals from different cultures. While competent cultural care is vital to nurses wor [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Denise Rhew
Poster Presentation
Denise Rhew, Cone Health, United Kingdom

Purpose: To explore the effect of an educational intervention (Geriatric Workshop) on attitudes and knowledge of emergency department (ED) nurses toward the older adult patient and their intention to change their care behaviors toward this population in the emergency department. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Jason Upham
Poster Presentation
Jason Upham, Cone Health,, United States

Purpose: Identify if the utilization of stretcher alarms pads would decrease the occurrence of patient falls in an Emergency Department (ED) setting Method: Patients were assessed upon their arrival to the ED and throughout their visit for their risk for fall using the John Ho [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ed Michael Carbonell
Poster Presentation
Ed Michael Carbonell, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, United Kingdom

The mandatory infection control (level 2) training compliance in the North Division of Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust was studied utilising the methods of Quality Improvement. The aim is to improve the compliance rate from 89% to 95%. This is just in the early phas [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Akiko Hiyama
Poster Presentation
Akiko Hiyama, Sapporo City University, Japan

The purpose of this study was to clarify the decisions and priorities of experienced nurses for fall prevention. The subjects were ward nurses with either 10 or more years of ward nursing experience or 2 years of experience or less. We conducted a mail-in questionnaire survey usi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Ran Lee
Poster Presentation
Ran Lee, National Cancer Center, Korea, Republic of

Background: Coaching leadership has been proven to develop employee potential, support growth and development and impact on organizational performance. In particular, coaching utilizing positive psychological strengths is becoming important in the field of human resource manageme [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Chiu Ching Wen
Poster Presentation
Chiu Ching Wen, Sijhih Cathay General Hospital, Taiwan

Background: Postpartum psychological health is recognized by the World Health Organization as an important issue affecting women. Postpartum depression during the perinatal period can have enormous consequences, not only affecting the health of the woman herself but also influenc [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Wasana Lavin
Poster Presentation
Wasana Lavin, Mahidol University, Thailand

This study was a retrospective cross-sectional of the groin hematoma in patients who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). The subjects were 73 patients who admitted in cardiac care unit (CCU) at the university hospital of Thailand during 1st January to 31st Decembe [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Lisa Dalton
Poster Presentation
Lisa Dalton, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States

Background: • The project was originally initiated from a need to decrease STAT lab result turnaround times, and positively impact the large volume of STAT labs being ordered. • A feasible and sustainable process to support, train and validate phlebotomy skills fo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Lisa Dalton
Poster Presentation
Lisa Dalton, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States

Background: • The improper labeling of specimens can pose a serious risk to patient safety. Failing to document two unique patient identifiers is a National Patient Safety Goal violation, and the re-labeling of specimens in Lab consumes time, resources, additional paperwo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Tripti Nanda
Poster Presentation
Tripti Nanda, Noble Hospital, India

I nitiation of Peripheral Intravenous access is the most common procedure performed in the healthcare settings. This prospective comparative analysis was conducted among 200 adult patients requiring peripheral intravenous catheter and being admitted through Emergency department. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Su ju Lu
Poster Presentation
Su ju Lu, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) is an integrated and interdisciplinary learning approach aiming to apply domain knowledge in a more practical context, while enhancing learners’ learning’ achievement and motivation. In this initial research [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Malliga Jambulingam
Keynote Presentation
Malliga Jambulingam, Morgan State University, United States

Background: Students learn most effectively in environments that facilitate learning by encouraging and supporting and making them feel they are part of the team. If the classroom environment is unpredictable, unstructured and overwhelming, students can be left with feelings of v [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Beth Ann Hacket
Keynote Presentation
Beth Ann Hacket, Midstate Radiology Associates, United States

Nurse Practitioners are an important component of the healthcare arena in providing high quality, patient centered health care to the broadest possible range of consumers.  The nurse practitioner scope of practice, the required education, and credentialing vary worldwide.&nb [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Vanessa Heaslip
Keynote Presentation
Vanessa Heaslip, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

Due to increased opportunities for mobility the world is becoming more diverse; this results in communities consisting of a myriad of races, ethnic minority groups, languages, religions, socio-economic groups and experiences. This diversity like threads in a tapestry, contributes [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Tracey Wilson
Oral Presentation
Tracey Wilson, University of Maryland, United States

This session will discuss the rationale for the implementation of a patient diary program. As survival rates continue to improve for the critically ill patient a new syndrome has emerged which poses a threat to optimal recovery. This syndrome, known as Post Intensive Care Syndrom [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Susan J Halbritter
Oral Presentation
Susan J Halbritter, Sanford Hematology and Oncology, United States

Rural and underserved communities in South Dakota have limited access to immediate, oncology expertise. Although many rural facilities in South Dakota have infusion centers that administer anti-cancer therapies, those facilities do not have direct oversight by an oncologist or on [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Dennis Hargis
Oral Presentation
Dennis Hargis, Valencia College, United States

Background:  Social and political progress has been witnessed for persons identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT).  Honorably discharged veterans who identify as LGBT are entitled to healthcare services through the Veterans Health Administration (VHA [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Barbara Holder
Oral Presentation
Barbara Holder, Andrews Institute Ambulaotry Surgery Center LLC, United States

Andrews Institute Ambulatory Surgery Center, LLC (AIASC) has partnered with AHRQ (Agency for HealthCare Research and Quality), HRET (Health Research and Education Trust) and IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement) since 2014.  The focus has centred on quality improvement [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Maria Brennan
Oral Presentation
Maria Brennan, Maria Brennan, United States

The journey of transforming a health system to a high reliability organization can be challenging but the impact on clinical practice and patient safety can be astounding. A systemic process can be put in place to change how staff think and practice. These changes will result in [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Laura Sweatt
Oral Presentation
Laura Sweatt, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, United States

Are you feeling stress from the ever changing and complex demands of nursing? While we can’t eliminate the stress, our research suggests we can equip direct care nurses with tools to build resiliency while on shift. Nursing is stressful with high demands for work load, crit [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Juliana Christina
Oral Presentation
Juliana Christina, Flinders University, Australia

Background: Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) describes a group of natural products and mind and body practice-based treatments used to support healing, promote health and prevent disease. The use of CAM might be integrated with or in place of mainstream healthcar [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Nagwa Elkateb
Oral Presentation
Nagwa Elkateb, National Cancer Institute, Cairo University, Egypt

Statement of the problem: The concept of quality of life (QOL) refers to the ability to enjoy normal life activities; it is a complex combination of satisfactory functioning in essential four core domains — physical, psychological/emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing w [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sonja Cleary
Oral Presentation
Sonja Cleary, RMIT University, Australia

When nurses’ attempts to have patient safety concerns addressed internally are ignored by wilfully blind managers, they can be compelled by a choice less choice to ‘blow the whistle’. Wilful blindness is the human desire to prefer ignorance to knowledge; the res [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Anna Jumatul Laely
Oral Presentation
Anna Jumatul Laely, Kariadi General Hospital, Indonesia

Psychological distress is the main issue faced by cancer patients during their therapy.  This condition arises from therapeutical effect causing physical discomfort such as nausea, vomitus, diarrhoea, burning sensation, specific pain in certain organs, and loss of appetite.& [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Rattanaporn Nanthong
Oral Presentation
Rattanaporn Nanthong, Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand

Background: Radiation dermatitis is a common side-effect of radiation therapy; however, there is currently no consensus on its appropriate prophylaxis or therapy. Objectives: This study was performed to evaluate the efficacy of different herbal extract products in preventing radi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Kamolchanok Boonprajak
Oral Presentation
Kamolchanok Boonprajak, Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand

Cancer is a life threatening disease and leading cause of death across the countries. To date, treatment of cancer has been widely developing. However, in metastasis stage, it impacts renal function resulting in electrolyte imbalance, sepsis, and hypotension, oligouria, and kidne [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Aretuza Cruz Vieira
Oral Presentation
Aretuza Cruz Vieira, Albert Einstein Hospital, Brazil

Introduction: The maternal figure is the caregiver and principal target of the family impact suffered in this condition in various areas. And it is nonetheless vulnerable to the overload arising from these impacts. The overload can be portrayed as being the product of the sum of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Savitree Suratako
Oral Presentation
Savitree Suratako, Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand

Chulabhorn Hospital serves patients with cancer throughout Thailand.  It is where patients and their families expect to obtain information and knowledge regarding treatment and care, particularly psychological, emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects. These enhance their [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Nwoke Otah Ngozi
Oral Presentation
Nwoke Otah Ngozi, Abia State Nursing Council of Nigeria, Nigeria

Health is a very important resource and number one Wealth for Individuals and nations thus should be guarded jealously at all times. Healthcare Industry has known challenges in the course of her growth and development. One of such is consumerism, with quality care being recognise [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Maserapelo Gladys Serapelwane
Oral Presentation
Maserapelo Gladys Serapelwane, North West University, South Africa

Background: Lack of Supportive Supervision of Operational Managers is raised as a serious challenge in management of Primary Health Care (PHC) facilities of South Africa. These occur despite the burden of disease and a high demand of quality services. Regardless of the challenges [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Afolakemi Olaleye
Oral Presentation
Afolakemi Olaleye, Lagos University teaching hospital, Nigeria

Dementia remains a long term neurological disease condition and continue to get maximum attention in most advanced countries. In a developing Country-Lagos state Nigeria, an online survey was created to evaluate the knowledge and perception of dementia among health care workers u [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Nermin Mohamed Eid
Oral Presentation
Nermin Mohamed Eid, Menoufia University, Egypt

Performance appraisal system (PAS) plays a vital role in overall success of an organization. An appropriate appraisal system could possibly increase nurses’ job satisfaction and empowerment to provide better services to the clients. The aim of this study was to assess staff [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Shirley Gbalee Seckey Fahnbulleh
Oral Presentation
Shirley Gbalee Seckey Fahnbulleh, Liberian Nurses Association, Liberia

 As we all might be aware, we are in a time of emerging emergencies that is posting a serious threat to the health andwellbeing of the public. During the presentation, my audience will get to know a lot about my Country in terms of location, population, health care system a [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Sedigheh Pakseresht
Oral Presentation
Sedigheh Pakseresht, Guilan University and Medical Science, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Introduction: Physical activity and exercise is an effective strategy to increase strength and muscle mass. Also Vitamin D plays an important role in the growth and maintenance and function of muscle mass. Todys, a lack of vitamin D and physical activity are common prob [....] » Read More

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2019 - Amal Amin El sheikh
Oral Presentation
Amal Amin El sheikh, Menoufia University, Egypt

Background: Flipped classroom has generated considerable interest in nursing education in the last few years, especially in higher education. It can provide an innovative solution to the unmet challenges of traditional classroom. Using video help students learn content [....] » Read More

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