Hauptredner / Keynote speaker
Prof. Dr. phil. Ruth Schwerdt
ist Professorin fĂĽr Pflegewissenschaft an der Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. Sie leitet den Masterstudiengang â€žPflege â€“ Advanced Practice Nursingâ€ś (M.Sc.). Ihre aktuellen Arbeitsschwerpunkte sind Case Management, Klinische Ethik und Wirtschaftsethik der Pflege, Rollen, Aufgaben, Modelle und Konzepte in Advanced Nursing Practice, Clinical Leadership.
Deutschland / Germany
Nancy Carter is an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean of the Graduate Nursing Programs at McMaster University in Canada. Nancyâ€™s clinical experience includes pediatrics and womenâ€™s health. Her PhD work included a needs assessment of men with metastatic prostate cancer to inform the development of an APN role. She also held a two year funded Post Doctoral award to promote knowledge translation of APN research to nursing and healthcare leaders.
Nancyâ€™s current work at McMaster involves an evidence-based renewal of the curriculum for Masters, NP, and PhD Programs. She is a member of the Canadian Centre for Advanced Practice Nursing Research (CCAPNR). She has published over 50 peer-articles in related to nursing roles and health services. Currently her research focuses on how marginalized groups access primary and specialty health care and the development and evaluation of models of care which include Advanced Practice Nurses.
Worldwide, the needs of citizens continue to evolve. The key drivers influencing health and healthcare include the social determinants of health, health equity and disparities, and health workforce issues. Nurses working in advanced roles, including Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Nurse Specialists, are key to meeting unmet health needs and promoting wellness. However, there are national differences in the uptake of these roles and the barriers APNs face. Through exemplary graduate nursing education, advanced practice nurses will be prepared to meet the needs and move health and healthcare forward. Innovations relative to graduate nursing education include global health and globalization, increased nursing research, the influx of healthcare technology, and quality improvement and safety. What new and anticipated changes to nursing practice should be incorporated within contemporary and exemplary graduate nursing education programs? How can nurses working in advanced roles influence future Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Nurse Specialists?
Kanada / Canada
Stv. Direktor Pflege Solothurner SpitĂ¤ler AG
Leiter Pflegeentwicklung Solothurner SpitĂ¤ler AG,
Mitglied der Akademische Fachgesellschaft (AFG)
Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) International Deutsches Netzwerk APN & ANP g.e.V.
Honorary Lecturer Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh UK
Named Member of International Community of Practice for Person-centred Practice (PcP-ICoP)
Schweiz / Switzerland
Prof. Mag. PhDr. Silvia Neumann-Ponesch
Lehrgangsleiterin an der FH OĂ– fĂĽr Advanced Nursing Practice, Interkulturelles Pflegemanagement, Care Management und Integrated Care Systems. Ehemalig Pflegedienstleiterin in einer Privatkrankenanstalt. Intiatorin des Forum ANP; einer Interessensgruppe aus StakeholervertreterInnen, die die FĂ¶rderung und Implementierung von ANP in Ă–sterreich zum Ziele hat. Wissenschaftliche Leiterin des ANP-Kongresses in Ă–sterreich sowie des ANP-Newsletters in Ă–sterreich.
Ă–sterreich / Austria
Prof. Dr. Lisbeth FagerstrĂ¶m
Professor Lisbeth FagerstrĂ¶m is professor in caring science at Ă…bo Akademi University in Vaasa, Finland and affiliated professor in Nursing science at University of Southeast-Norway. Her main research areas are advanced practice nursing, nurse staffing, nursing intensity, gerontological nursing, and health promotion. She has extensive experience of nursing education on all levels and of leadership in healthcare, health education and research, and has a special focus on leading changes. She introduced systematic patient classification by the RAFAELA system during the 1990â€™s as a tool for nurse leaders in Finland and during the last ten years implemented advanced practice nursing in higher education and research in the Nordic countries.
Finnland / Finland
Professorin am Institut fĂĽr Pflegewissenschaft und â€“praxis
Abteilungsleitung MasterstudiengĂ¤nge und UniversitĂ¤tslehrgĂ¤nge Paracelsus Medizinische UniversitĂ¤t Institut fĂĽr Pflegewissenschaft und â€“Praxis, Privatdozentin fĂĽr Versorgungsforschung und Palliative Care, Expertin fĂĽr Gendermedizin, Lehrende an UniversitĂ¤ten und Fachhochschule und Diplomierte Gesundheits- und Krankenpflegerin
Ă–sterreich / Austria
Ehrengast / Guest of honor
Dr. Schober is a nurse practitioner and President of Schober Global Healthcare Consultants. As an international healthcare consultant she provides consultancies to governments, academic institutions and healthcare clients. In this capacity she has provided her expertise to over 40 countries seeking to develop and implement advanced practice nursing roles. In addition, she has held academic positions at Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan; Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong and National University of Singapore in Singapore. Her areas of expertise in advanced nursing practice include health policy, curriculum design and program development. In capacities as a nurse practitioner, educator, mentor, writer, lecturer and consultant Dr. Schober advocates for insightful care to diverse populations and strategic planning for improved access to healthcare services.
A Conceptual Policy Framework: Strategic Planning for implementation of Advanced Practice Nursing
Conclusion: The integration of advanced practice nurses into the healthcare workforce is a dynamic change in the provision of healthcare services requiring a mind shift by policymakers and healthcare professionals. The development of policies to support this new nursing role to its full potential is essential. Strategic planning could facilitate integration of advanced practice nurses into the healthcare workforce. A Conceptual Policy Framework is proposed as a guide for a coordinated approach to policy development and implementation of advanced practice nursing.
Interaktive Ă¶ffentliche Podiumsdiskussion diskutierte die aktuellen und zukĂĽnftigen APN, ANP und APNs Entwicklungen gemeinsam mit den Teilnehmern vor Ort. Es wird hierfĂĽr die Fishbowl-Methode angewendet, in der Teilnehmer /-innen aus dem Publikum jederzeit
direkt in die Diskussionsrunde einsteigen und teilnehmen kĂ¶nnen.
Hierbei werden Antworten von:
Assoc.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Gerhard MĂĽller, MSc
Interim. Leitung des Departments fĂĽr Pflegewissenschaft und Gerontologie
Department fĂĽr Pflegewissenschaft und Gerontologie
UMIT – Private UniversitĂ¤t fĂĽr Gesundheitswissenschaften,
Medizinische Informatik und Technik – The Health & Life Sciences University
Dr. rer. med. Witiko Nickel
Pflegedirektor Klinikum Bremerhaven-Reinkenheide
Prof. Dr. Stephan Dorschner
Studiengangsleitung Fernstudiengang Master Pflegewissenschaft/Pflegemanagement
Peter Ullmann, MSc
PrĂ¤sident DN APN & ANP g.e.V.
Program, Thursday, 5th September 2019
Congress Opening and Keynotes
Board of DN APN & APN
‚Welcome and Opening Speech‘