Speakers

Speakers

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Denise Taylor

Victoria University of Welling, New Zealand

  • Title Of Presentation : Perspectives of Deprescribing held by New Zealand Nursing and Pharmacy Professionals

Denise Taylor is a senior lecturer who teaches clinical pharmacology, applied pathophysiology and into prescribing and multi-disciplinary Masters programs. Her subject expertise is in the appropriate use of medicines and social prescribing. Katherine’s research center’s on public mental health, older persons’ health and the lay perspectives of medicines and health services. The main settings for this research are the community, primary health care and secondary health care organizations. She is also involved in research collaborations exploring the role of exercise and technology in older people. Denise has 41 peer reviewed publications and has supervised 72 students for their Masters or PhD

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Joanne Thomas

Birmingham City University , United Kingdom

  • Title Of Presentation : Using Rhythmanalysis as a framework for Equine Methodology in perioperative practice Can the equine-human relationship provide some flashes of insight into operating department practice education for Situational Awareness?

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Ann McGowan

Germanna Community College, USA

  • Title Of Presentation : The influence of nurse educator role preparation on faculty teaching methods

Ann McGowan is a full-time Associate Professor within the Associate Degree Nursing program at Germanna Community College located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA.  She possesses over ten years of nurse educator experience and has held various faculty and leadership roles throughout her tenure.  She actively teaches across the Concept-Based Curriculum in the Medical-Surgical and Capstone Clinical courses.  Additionally, she assists in the mentoring process of new faculty members to their novice nurse educator roles within their respective teaching assignments.  In her spare time, Dr. McGowan enjoys spending time with her family, outdoor activities, and participating in community volunteer events.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Shrief Yousry Mohamed Afifi

Ain Shams University, Egypt

  • Title Of Presentation : Mood Regulation, Alexithymia, and Personality Disorders in Adolescent Male Addicts

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Yoko Tone

Wayo Women's University , Japan

  • Title Of Presentation : What did you have to learn from F. Nightingale? -Analysis of research papers

Yoko Tone present working at Wayo Women's University Faculty of Nursing, Professor, PhD (Health science). The Major is Maternal and Child Health Nursing. Midwife and nurse qualifications. The Research areas are child abuse, childcare support, maternal psychology, nursing education in France.  

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Dr. Larry E Simmons

National League for Nursing , USA

  • Title Of Presentation : Certifications: Establishing Standards for the Role of Nurse Educator

Dr. Larry E Simmons currently serves as Director of the Certification program at the National League for Nursing based in the United States. He recently retired from academia, having taught graduate and doctoral nursing courses over the last several years. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a PhD in Nursing in 1999. He holds certifications as a nurse educator and as a nurse executive, having also owned a consulting agency in nursing education for 10 years. He is a well-known speaker, particularly focusing on nursing faculty development.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Lily Parm

Tallinn Health Care College , Estonia

  • Title Of Presentation : Impact of training on the quality of nursing documentation in the Psycho-gerontology department

Lily Parm is a researcher of the chair of nursing and lecturer in Tallinn Health Care College. She recieved professional higher education on basic nursing at the same school. Later she graduated from University of Tartu where she got her Masters degree. At the moment she is working at the Central Hospital of Western Tallinn as a nurse. She is also the head of clinical nursing at Tallinn Health Care College, a member and a mentor in the Estonian Nursing Union and is also a part of the curriculum development team at Tallinn Health Care College.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Irma Nool

Tallinn Health Care College , Estonia

  • Title Of Presentation : Documentation of information needs of oncology patients

Irma Nool graduated from the University of Tartu in the field of nursing in 2000 and defended her Master's degree in health sciences in 2006. Since 2001 he has been working at the Tallinn Health Care College as a lecturer in the field of nursing research. She has coordinated several international and national projects. Areas of research are critical thinking in nursing practice and patient-centredness

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Christiana Kouta

Cyprus University of Technolog, Cyprus

  • Title Of Presentation : United to End FGM: European Knowledge Platform for Professionals dealing with Female Genital Mutilation (UEFGM)

Christiana Kouta is an Associate Professor at the Department of Nursing. She is the Head of the Master in Advance Nursing and Community Health and Care. She is teaching Community Nursing/Health, Health Promotion, Transcultural Nursing/Health, Family Nursing/Health. Her  research combines community and transcultural health in relation to culture and gender. She recently led UEFGM EU funded project. She is currently leading another EU funded project IENE 8, aiming in empowering migrant and refugee families on parenting skills. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Cyprus University of Technology and Vice President of the European Transcultural Nurses Association.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Paula Foran

College of Operating Room Nurs, Australia

  • Title Of Presentation : The value of guided operating room experience for surgical ward nurses

Paula Foran has a Graduate Diploma in Adult Education & Training awarded from the University of Melbourne, a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment & Training, a master’s degree in professional education & Training and has received her PhD for her thesis from Deakin University  ‘The Value of Guided Operating Theatre Experience for Undergraduate Nurses’. She has a number of publications to her credit including published articles and book chapters, & has been a guest speaker, and presented keynote presentations at national & international conferences. She has been awarded the ‘Most Popular Presenter’ for her keynote address at the International Collaboration of Perianaesthesia Nurses, and more recently the Best Oral Paper award at the European Operating Room Nurses conference in The Hauge. She also co-ordinates two subjects at a master level at the University of Tasmania and is a senior lecturer for Critical Care Education Service. She is the Education Officer and the Member Director for the Australian College of Operating Room Nurses.  

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Fumiko Yoshida

Saku University, Japan

  • Title Of Presentation : Comparing Teaching Styles Using the Teaching Style Assessment Scale (TSAS) between Nursing faculty in Japan and USA

Fumiko Yoshida is professor, School of Nursing, Saku University, Nagano, Japan, and has been a nursing educator for 23 years. She majored in nursing education at the graduate school of New York University. Her research interests are in building learner centered learning climate and increasing student engagement

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Katherine Nelson

Victoria University of Wellin, New Zealand

  • Title Of Presentation : Antibacterial prescribing by nurses in New Zealand; A retrospective cohort study

Katherine is a senior lecturer who teaches in multi-disciplinary Masters, Professional doctorate and PhD programmes. Her subject expertise is evaluation, research methodologies, and diversity. Katherine’s research is on nursing and health service arrangements to increase access for underserved populations and to improve healthcare experiences and health outcomes for diverse or special population groups. The main settings for this research are the community, primary health care and the emergency department. She is also involved in evaluations on postgraduate education for nurses. Katherine has 41 peer reviewed publications and has supervised 75 students for their Masters or PhD.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Karen Mittura

Germanna Community College, USA

  • Title Of Presentation : The influence of nurse educator role preparation on faculty teaching methods

Karen Mittura is a full-time Professor within the Associate Degree Nursing program at Germanna Community College located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA.  She possesses over twenty years of nurse educator experience and has held various faculty and leadership roles as a nurse educator.  She actively teaches across the Concept-Based Curriculum and participated in the state-wide development of a common curriculum in Virginia. Additionally, she assists in the coordination of all clinical faculty assignments and the mentoring process of all faculty members. To facilitate clinical faculty development, she developed a Clinical Academy which she presents annually.  She is completing her DNP at Case Western University in education leadership. In her spare time, Karen enjoys spending time with her family and travel.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Mare Tupits

Tallinn Health Care College , Estonia

  • Title Of Presentation : Impact of training on the quality of nursing documentation in nursing care department

Mare Tupits is a researcher of the chair of nursing and lecturer in Tallinn Health Care College. She recieved professional higher education on basic nursing at the same school. Later she graduated from University of Tartu where she defended her Masters degree. She has worked in Tallinn Children Hospital as a pediatric nurse. She is also the head of children nursing module at Tallinn Health Care College, a member and a mentor in the Estonian Nursing Union and is also a part of the curriculum development team at Tallinn Health Care College. Research fields: pediatric nursing, nursing process, community nursing.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Dr. Hugh P. McKenna

Ulster University, UK

  • Title Of Presentation : Nursing Research without impact is an empty exercise: an analysis of relevant data

Dr. Hugh P. McKenna is a Professor of nursing and Dean at Ulster University. He has over 250 publications including 16 books and over £4 million in grants. His published work has been cited over 14,660 times providing him with an H-Index of 48. He is a fellow of several scientific societies. He is Visiting Professor in Slovenia and Australia and chairs an accreditation panel in Hong Kong. He chairs the panel for nursing, pharmacy, dentistry and allied health professions for the 2021 UK Research Excellence Framework. Recently, he chaired the Swedish Research Council’s Clinical Research Review. In 2018, he was identified as one of 70 Most Influential Nurses since the founding of the NHS in 1948. In 2019, he was appointed to the Academia Europaea, the official scientific advisory body for the EU. He was also appointed to the Board of Trustees of the UK Alzheimer’s Society.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Krista Lussier

Thompson Rivers University, Canada

  • Title Of Presentation : Communication in the Digital Age: Supporting Student Learning

Krista is a Principal Lecturer in the School of Nursing at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops British Columbia.  Krista is a 2013 Teaching Excellence Award recipient, 2015 ARNBC Excellence in Nursing Education Award recipient and a 2016 Chair Leadership Award winner. Krista is noted for her innovative teaching in both the classroom and clinical settings and she is continually searching for new methods to engage her students by using technology

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Teresa M. Freudig

Denver Health and Hospital Aut, USA

  • Title Of Presentation : Germ Blasters and gameful thinking: saving new employee orientation one mission at a time

Teresa Freudig is currently a board certified Clinical Nurse Educator. She earned her Master’s in Nursing Education from American Sentinel University after being an Emergency Room Nurse for almost two decades. Teresa is passionate about empowering nurses, standardizing healthcare processes and creating educational innovations that foster teamwork and connections while inspiring!

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Bouchentouf Mustapha

Oran University Hospital Cen, Algeria

  • Title Of Presentation : “The adjustment of the ventilator for protective ventilation anesthesia

Bouchentouf Mustapha born on 03-10-1983 in Oran of Algerian nationality, studied at the National Institute of Paramedical Higher Education, holder of the state diploma in general care and a state diploma of medical assistant in anesthesia resuscitation, the author of a dissertation on The adjustment of the ventilator for protective ventilation in anesthesia, practicing at the Oran University Hospital Center in the operating room of the medical-surgical emergency service.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Forough Najafi

Azad University, Iran

  • Title Of Presentation : The use of art therapy as a therapeutic intervention for fear of childbirth management: a scoping review with recommendations for future research

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Verna Hendricks-Ferguson,

Saint Louis University, USA

  • Title Of Presentation : Pediatric Palliative Care Nursing: Role of Nurse Educators

Dr. Hendricks-Ferguson has an established track record of published palliative and end-of life care research and a respected program of funded research, including NIH funding. She has made substantive contributions to the scientific knowledge about pediatric PC/EOL care and provider communication practices. Because of her scholarly contributions she was honored with being inducted as a fellow by the following two national organizations: (a) Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing which allows her to use the nationally and international ‘FAAN’ credential and (b) Fellow of Palliative Care Nursing by the Hospice and Palliative Nursing Association.  

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Debbie Sheppard-LeMoine

St. Francis Xavier University , Canada

  • Title Of Presentation : A Middle Eastern study on family assessment as an innovative strategy to build Inter professional Knowledge of nursing and medical students within a simulated environment

Dr. Debbie Sheppard-LeMoine is the chair of the school of nursing at St. Francis Xavier University Rankin School of Nursing in Antagonist, Nova Scotia. An experienced Canadian educator with international teaching, research and project experiences. Her current, international research focus is on inter professional learning within a simulated, family assessment environment. She is an expert in curriculum design and revision, community/public health/family nursing practice, completed a study on enhanced home visiting practices surrounding women and children living within vulnerability in Nova Scotia and most recently reviewed collaborative practices for NS families. Debbie enjoys working internationally as it opens up perspectives of academics, practitioners and students. She has been part of collaborative research teams in Canada and internationally, published as part of a team in peer reviewed journals and presented individually and as part of a team at international peer reviewed conferences. She is the immediate, past chair pf the Canadian Registered Nurse Exam Committee for the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) in Ottawa and has represented Nova Scotia as a subject matter expert in the review of the entry level competencies with the Canadian Council of RN Regulators

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Zeinab Hamzehgardeshi

Mazandaran University of Medic, Iran

  • Title Of Presentation : The effect of infertility coach program on the level of perceived stress and treatment outcome of women under the treatment of assisted reproductive techniques

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Fiona McLeod

University of Plymouth, UK

  • Title Of Presentation : Bridging the divide: How innovative academic models of peer learning may lay the foundations for promoting collaborative learning in Practice

Dr Fiona McLeod qualified as a physiotherapist in 1984 and has worked with in both NHS and academic settings in the UK. Currently employed as a Lecturer at the University of Plymouth, her Doctoral thesis explored the use of practice based peer learning as a vehicle for Interprofessional understanding (McLeod, 2012). She has continued to explore this theme and recent research with Caroline Jamison (McLeod, F., Jamison, C. and Treasure, K., 2017) will be used to focus the debate and discuss how innovative curricular models may augment and potentially enhance the Higher Education environment while preparing students for collaboration in practice.

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Caroline Jamison

University of Plymouth , UK

  • Title Of Presentation : Bridging the divide: How innovative academic models of peer learning may lay the foundations for promoting collaborative learning in Practice.

Caroline Jamison qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1984 and has worked in both the NHS and academic settings in the UK and abroad. Currently employed as Lecturer in Adult Nursing / Associate Head of School for Teaching and Learning with the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Plymouth. she has a keen interest in peer-peer learning, including interprofessional learning and collaborative learning in practice. The theme for this presentation is drawn from recent  research with Dr Fiona McLeod  (McLeod, F., Jamison, C. and Treasure, K., 2017) and will be used to focus the debate and discuss how innovative curricular models may augment and potentially enhance the Higher Education environment while preparing students for collaboration in practice

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Virpi Salo

SeAMK Social and healthcare , Finland

  • Title Of Presentation : A virtual simulation day between two universities of applied sciences on teaching gerontological nursing in finland

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

KAWASAKI Hiromi

Hiroshima University, Japan

  • Title Of Presentation : Readiness status and challenges for nursing students regarding genetic consultation

KAWASAKI Hiromi is a Professor at Hiroshima University, School and Public Health Nursing. She is in charge of education for public health nurses and school nurses. These occupations support people's healthy lives. It provides support for people to gain basic knowledge about genetics and diseases in their daily lives. I am worried that children will have easy access to genetic information

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

KAWASAKI Hiromi

Hiroshima University, Japan

  • Title Of Presentation : A class for nursing students to understand biological genetic knowledge as human genetics

KAWASAKI Hiromi is a Professor at Hiroshima University, School and Public Health Nursing. She is in charge of education for public health nurses and school nurses. These occupations support people's healthy lives. It provides support for people to gain basic knowledge about genetics and diseases in their daily lives. I am worried that children will have easy access to genetic information

7th International Forum on Nursing and Nurse Education spekers Genoteq Healthcare

Kumiko Yoshitake

Tokyo Women’s Medical Universi, Japan

  • Title Of Presentation : Clinical nurse’s ability as facilitators in healthcare

K.Yoshitake received her Ph.D. in 2006 from Tokyo Institute of technology. Doctor thesis title is “Decision making and consensus building in clinical settings”.  She is a Registered Nurse and Midwife. She became an Associate Professor at Niigata Nursing collage in 2007, Juntendo University in 2009, and school of health science, Tokyo University of Technology in 2014. She became a Professor, in the field of Lifelong development for nurses at the school of Nursing and Graduate school, Tokyo women’s medical university in 2018. She specialized in Nursing ethics, Decision making and Consensus Building in health care, and lifelong development for nurses.

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