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Mrz
8
Do
2018
APN Workshop 2018
Mrz 8 – Mrz 9 ganztägig

Hamburg & Lübeck

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Mrz
26
Mo
2018
„Gute Besserung – Pflegepraxis der Zukunft“ Europäisches Pflegesymposium Oldenburg @ Hörsaalzentrum - Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Mrz 26 ganztägig

„Gute Besserung – Pflegepraxis der Zukunft“
Europäisches Pflegesymposium Oldenburg – 22.03.2018
Hörsaalzentrum – Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Europaweit steht die Pflege vor zentralen Herausforderungen: Fachkräftemangel bei sich verändernden Strukturen, immer komplexer werdende Prozesse und hoher ökonomischer Druck bestimmen zunehmend den Pflegealltag. Das Gesundheitssystem krankt an vielen Stellen.
Das Europäische Pflegesymposium Oldenburg zeigt Wege auf, um die Pflegepraxis mutig nach vorne zu entwickeln und fit für die Zukunft zu machen. Wir laden Pflegepraktiker/innen, Pflegemanager/innen und Pflegepädagog/innen zum Dialog ein.

Kontakt und weitere Informationen:
Hanse Institut Oldenburg – Bildung und Gesundheit GmbH
Brandenburger Straße 21A · 26133 Oldenburg
Tel.: +49 (0)441-350 640 11 ·
· www.new-net.eu

Veranstalter:
NewNet Network European Ways
of Nursing Education and Training

Themenschwerpunkte:
• Aktuelle Herausforderungen für die Pflegepraxis
• Erweiterte Pflegepraxis – Beispiele und Erfahrungen
• Praktische Aus- und Weiterbildung – Möglichkeiten unter schwierigen Rahmenbedingungen
• Grenzüberschreitende Pflegeausbildung
• Interprofessionelle Zusammenarbeit in der Versorgung
• Gesundheitsversorgung über Sektorengrenzen hinweg
• Technisierung der Pflege – was heißt das für die Pflegepraxis?
• Fachkräfte gewinnen- Organisationsveränderung am Beispiel eines Magnet-Krankenhauses
• Visionen für die Zukunft und Wege dahin

Flyer NewNet Pflegesysmposium March 2018

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Aug
26
So
2018
10TH ICN NP/APN CONFERENCE @ DE DOELEN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS CENTRE ROTTERDAM
Aug 26 – Aug 29 ganztägig

This international gathering of thousands of nurse practitioners and advanced practice nurses will explore nurses’ leading role in the transformation of care, with a particular focus on universal health coverage, the Sustainable Development Goals and human resources for health

Aging of the population has an impact on the demand of care worldwide. Increasing chronic disease and a population that desire a stronger voice in decisions about health and care and services that preferably reflect their need and preferences. The political and social debate invariably presents ageing and chronically ill as a problem with major implications for the affordability of healthcare. This is due to  the current ideas about ageing, illness and health. “Ageing and chronically illness  mean diseases and diseases need to be treated by a doctor.” But is that the right paradigm? There is a need for a paradigm shift from a medical model to a bio psychosocial model in healthcare with shared decision making and taken into the account of the wishes of the patients, personal and environmental factors. The chronically ill and elderly need help to stay independently, to stimulate their wellness and to participate in society. That is why prevention and health promotion are so important to stimulate people to take responsibility for their health and increase self-management and empowerment. But there are other questions that also needs to take responsibility like riskmanagement in acute care and mental health.

(Advanced) nurse practitioners, and clinical nurse leaders, with their broad scope in cure and care are challenged to play an important role within this transition.

This integrated way of providing healthcare also mains that co-creation is needed i.e. collaboration between the healthcare professional and the patient, between the healthcare professional and the family and informal networks around the patient, between healthcare professionals with various backgrounds and between institutes. However, transformative leadership and interprofessional collaboration are necessary to influence the (political) agenda and to empower patients and college-nurses. The leadership skills from advanced nurses are necessary to take responsibility in this changing healthcare landscape. But a main condition is a clear definition of Advanced Nursing Practice, legal registration and credentialing to offer safe and responsible care and cure.

Central theme of the conference:

Bridging the gap

Advanced Nurse Practitioners: Main characters in futuristic healthcare by collaborative leadership

The main goal of this conference is to make together the next step in developing advanced nursing worldwide for better and safer healthcare.

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 10th ICN Nurse Practitioner / Advanced Practice Nursing Conference CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 10th ICN NP/APN Conference @ DE DOELEN
Aug 26 – Aug 29 ganztägig

10th ICN Nurse Practitioner / Advanced Practice Nursing Conference
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
10th ICN NP/APN Conference
26 – 29 August 2018
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Theme: Nurse Practitioners/Advanced Practice Nurses Bridging the Gap:
Towards Futuristic Healthcare through collaborative practice and leadership.

This international conference will attract delegates from Clinical Practice, Research, Education,
Health Policy, Leadership and Management. The conference will explore a number of issues
including:

  • Leadership and innovations for new and emerging NPs/APNs models of care
  • NPs/APNs leadership in transformation of healthcare
  • The role of NPs/APNs in widening access and equity to healthcare
  • Impact of NPs/APNs on improving healthcare for patients, organizations and society
  • Leadership of NPs/APNs in clinical and professional practice
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration in healthcare and leadership role of NPs/APNs
  • Education and competency development

On behalf of the International Council of Nurses (ICN) Nurse Practitioner/ Advanced Practice Nursing Network, the 10th ICN NP/APN Organising Committee invites you to submit abstracts for oral presentations, workshops or poster presentations. The ICN is a federation of over 130 national
nurses associations representing the millions of nurses worldwide. Operated by nurses and leading
nursing internationally, ICN works to ensure quality nursing care for all and sound health policies
globally.
This 10th ICN NP/APN Conference will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands from 26-29 August
2018. It provides a unique opportunity to build relationships and to disseminate nursing knowledge and leadership skills across NP/APN-specialities, cultures and countries.
Featured plenary speakers will inspire you and bring the latest information on NP/APN’s contribution to clinical practice, education, research, policy and leadership in the changing healthcare landscape.
Further information and updates on the conference programme will be posted on the conference
website at www.npapn2018.com.

Share your ideas and expertise!
The ICN NP/APN conferences are renowned as the largest international forums for NP/APN’s. The
2014 ICN NP/APN Conference in Helsinki, Finland brought together more than 700 delegates from
across the globe exploring the importance of cross-cultural understanding and global cooperation in nursing. In 2016 the ICN NP/APN Conference in Hong Kong welcomed 900 delegates. In 2018 the Rotterdam conference aims to receive 1,200 delegates.

Flyer: 10th-ICN-NPAPN-2018-Call-for-abstracts

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