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3rd Edition of

Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 16-18, 2023 | Singapore

Nursing 2022

Marta Sund Levander, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Marta Sund Levander, Linkoping University, Sweden

Background: Assessment of body temperature: Assessment of body temperature is an important sign of health and disease, in everyday life, for medical decisions, for nursing care, and when ordering laboratory test. When assessing body temperature, we must understand thermoregulat [....] » Read More

Elvessa Narvasa, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Elvessa Narvasa, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Montreal, Canada

As new discoveries are being made on a daily basis, medical technology is experiencing advancements in robotic applications. These intelligent machines will progressively become part of our hospitals technological evolution and medical staff. Henceforth, NURSES will inevitably ne [....] » Read More

Adele Webb, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Adele Webb, Capella University, United States

It has been well documented that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant stress and burnout for providers.  The nursing profession is losing qualified and important staff due to vaccine hesitancy and fear of contracting the virus.  Nurses are reporting cases of PTS [....] » Read More

Ilene Gottlieb, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Ilene Gottlieb, Vibrational Healing From The Heart, Inc., United States

The key to experiencing true happiness, success, overall wellbeing and inner peace in your professional and personal life begins and ends with a conscious connection to your heart … period! During these challenging times, self-care is a necessity in order to maintain overa [....] » Read More

Hui Ying Cheng , Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hui Ying Cheng , Hung Kuang University, Taiwan

Abstract:  The purpose of this study was to describe a qualitative study of the experience of family members of terminally ill patients in the intensive care unit signing DNR.  Five family members of terminally ill patients in the intensive care unit were interviewed by [....] » Read More

Susan Hamley, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Susan Hamley, South University, United States

The COVID-19 pandemic affected all segments of society, including academic work environments, which faced the challenge of delivering quality education in an asynchronous environment. Colleges and universities had to explore alternative learning modalities that enforced social di [....] » Read More

Adriana Souza Szpalher, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Adriana Souza Szpalher, The Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Brazil

Abstract: We aimed to analyse Defining Characteristics (DC) and Related Factors’ (RF) clinical acuracy of Nursing Diagnosis (ND) Insônia (NANDA-I 2021-2023) in a community-dwelling older adults. It is a study of diagnostic accuracy, for clinical sentence validation, w [....] » Read More

Sheela Shenai NA, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sheela Shenai NA, Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church College of Nursing, India

Nursing is a Practice based profession. The establishment of a good learning environment where theory and practice complement each other is dependent on clinical staff and nurse educators. Preceptorship model has widely been supported in literature as an effective approach to fac [....] » Read More

Maria Edvardsson, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Maria Edvardsson, Linkoping University, Sweden

Background: In clinical practice, blood samples are used to assess health condition, confirm diagnosis and treatment. When interpreting the results, comparison with reference intervals, often constructed from healthy persons, aged 18–65 years, are used. It is a challenge to [....] » Read More

Wafa Al Jabri, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wafa Al Jabri, Case Western Reserve University, United States

Background: In Middle Eastern Islamic Countries (MEICs), there is a high prevalence of genetic blood disorders (GBDs), particularly sickle cell disease and thalassemia. The GBDs are considered a major public health concern, especially with the increase in affected populations alo [....] » Read More

Mudhar Al Adawi, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mudhar Al Adawi, Royal Hospital, Oman

Background: Preceptors are viewed as major individual for the success and development of novice nurses. However, most nurse preceptors lack the guidance during preceptorship. Therefore, the nurse preceptor competency guide is essential for the success of novice nurses specificall [....] » Read More

Soumini Gangaraju, Speaker at Nursing conferences
Oral Presentation
Soumini Gangaraju, Rangaraya Medical College, India

Pregnant women are one of the vulnerable group of population and are susceptible to community spread of covid19, moreso have serious pregnancy complications are with moderate or severe symptoms. Co-morbidity (DM, hypertension, immunosuppression PET, BMI, asthma) increases the ris [....] » Read More

 Varalakshmi Manchana, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Varalakshmi Manchana, University of Hyderabad, India

Socio-demographic transitions resulted to swift growth in ageing population, tremendous changes in social and family dynamics. Social structure, gender bias and ageism in Indian societies tend to impact the health and wellbeing of men and women differently. The present cross sect [....] » Read More

Senay Cetinkaya, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Senay Cetinkaya, Senay Cetinkaya, Turkey

The nursing profession has to renew itself in order to survive, increase the quality of care, improve patient outcomes and provide cost-effective care since it plays a role at all levels in meeting basic human needs such as health promotion, protection, treatment, care and rehabi [....] » Read More

Damien Byas, Speaker at Nursing conferences
Oral Presentation
Damien Byas, Los Angeles Pacific University, United States

I dentifying the current factors associated with many mental disorders and conditions that begin early in life, is an initiative that is now underway worldwide. This study will explore the relationship between identifiable risk factors and the mental health status of American chi [....] » Read More

Amal Ibrahim Khalil, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Amal Ibrahim Khalil, Menoufyia University, Egypt

Family caregivers always encounter high levels of psychological distress and physical strain when caring for a person with dementia. Family-based intervention is an important option for providing effective and practical support. The study aimed to examine the effects of a specifi [....] » Read More

 Marie Carole France, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Marie Carole France, South University, United States

The COVID-19 pandemic affected all segments of society, including academic work environments, which faced the challenge of delivering quality education in an asynchronous environment. Colleges and universities had to explore alternative learning modalities that enforced social [....] » Read More

 Julia Canipe, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Julia Canipe, South University, United States

The COVID-19 pandemic affected all segments of society, including academic work environments, which faced the challenge of delivering quality education in an asynchronous environment. Colleges and universities had to explore alternative learning modalities that enforced social [....] » Read More

Brenda Spear, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Brenda Spear, Chamberlain University, United States

Problem:  Excessive non-actionable ECG monitor alarm alerts lead nurses to become desensitized or alarm fatigued, causing caregivers to be less responsive for alarms that need immediate attention. Studies show that 80-99% of the alarms are non-actionable or clinically insign [....] » Read More

Assuma Beevi , Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Assuma Beevi , MIMS College of Nursing, India

Every nurse should keep in mind that nursing research is critical to the nursing profession and is necessary for continuing advancements that promote optimal nursing care. Indian nurses also move in par with this idea. Historical review of nursing research showed that in1982 witn [....] » Read More

Patricia M Burrell, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Patricia M Burrell, Hawaii Pacific University, United States

In a Transcultural Self-Efficacy screening that focused on students’ perceived self-efficacy on the issues of culture and health care, the students scored themselves very high on advocacy. We utilized Jeffrey’s Transcultural Self-Efficacy Tool which measures transcult [....] » Read More

Sofica Bistriceanu, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Sofica Bistriceanu, Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania

The people interaction generates a variety of effects on them, according to the content degree solicitation, relevance, context, individual vulnerability, resistance. Experiencing adversities in our life affects and alters our body functionality, finally failure or victory on [....] » Read More

Jea Joel Mendoza Dungca, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jea Joel Mendoza Dungca, Angeles University Foundation, Philippines

Congenital anomaly is a condition affecting 1 in 33 infants every year. Having a baby born with an anomaly does not only affect the patient himself but more so the people surrounding the patient which is his family. The aim of the study is to explore the experiences of the famili [....] » Read More

Sean E McNeal, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sean E McNeal, University of Oxford, United States

Background: Public demand has intensified for greater accountability in clinical quality provided by caring and competent nurses. Measuring and reporting a nurse’s ability to meet role and performance expectations is core to that accountability. Although the literature is r [....] » Read More

Alla Omar BaMohammed, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Alla Omar BaMohammed, King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Saudi Arabia

The COVID-19 outbreak lingers to develop with the number of cases increasing, forcing healthcare workers (HCWs) into a challenging situation in which they must care about their safety in addition to that of their patients and loved ones. Employing the proper technique in using Pe [....] » Read More

Joanna Koch, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Joanna Koch, La Leche Liga, Switzerland

The lack of breastfeeding has a huge impact on Health and the Environment - destroying the environment and causing lifelong health costs and problems for babies and their mothers. And why? Because Formula milk destroys our environment, causing massive manufacturing, transport, de [....] » Read More

David John Wortley, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
David John Wortley, International Society of Digital Medicine (ISDM), United Kingdom

COVID-19 has accelerated the demand for and implementation of digital solutions that tackle some of the endemic global challenges to public health. Whether it be measures designed to avoid disease transmission or strategies to encourage better personal health management within th [....] » Read More

Marta Sund Levander, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Marta Sund Levander, Linkoping University, Sweden

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Balamurugan, Speaker at Nursing conferences
Oral Presentation
Balamurugan, Ramaiah Institute of Nursing Education and Research, India

Online learning: Indian nurses’ perception Background: The field of healthcare is constantly evolving and improving through advancements in technology and knowledge. Continuing Education (CE) will help healthcare professionals to keep them up-to-date. Conventionally the CEs [....] » Read More

Sheela Shenai NA, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sheela Shenai NA, Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church College of Nursing, India

Nursing is a Practice based profession. The establishment of a good learning environment where theory and practice complement each other is dependent on clinical staff and nurse educators. Preceptorship model has widely been supported in literature as an effective appro [....] » Read More

Segomotso Magzimah Ntlhaile, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Segomotso Magzimah Ntlhaile, Masedi Project Management, South Africa

I n recent years, community health workers (CHWs) have emerged as the main role players in implementing communitybased public health interventions in racially diverse communities. Yet little is known about the extent to which CHW training curriculums influence intervention effect [....] » Read More

Palloma Fernandes, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Palloma Fernandes, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

The influence of organizational culture on quality management and patient safety is essential to hospital management because it involves basic beliefs and values, artifacts and assumptions, and methods of evaluation and monitoring“Pattern of basic assumptions shared a [....] » Read More

Enaam Yousef Al Ananbeh, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Enaam Yousef Al Ananbeh, Al-Balqa’ Applied University- Al Mafraq National College, Jordan

Background:  Home visit is an integral part of primary healthcare delivery systems. It is preventive and promotes health practice where community health workers, particularly nurses provide healthcare to clients in their own environment according to their needs. One of th [....] » Read More

Sabrina Grigolo, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sabrina Grigolo, University of Turin, Italy

Adherence to therapy in the digital age: A new assessment of skills Introduction: When the patient’s behavior in following the prescribed treatment regimen is not reasonably correct, unsatisfactory clinical results can result. It is well documented in the literature with st [....] » Read More

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