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3rd Edition of

Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 16-18, 2023 | Singapore

Nursing 2023

Ericka Waidley, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Keynote Presentation (In Person)
Ericka Waidley, Linfield University, United States

Abstract:                 The impact of the use of technology on patient care has been a focus of the healthcare industry for more than a decade. Recognizing the impact of technology on nursing practice [....] » Read More

Marta Sund Levander, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In Person)
Marta Sund Levander, Linkoping University, Sweden

Background: Older adults who live in residential aged care are especially vulnerable to infection because of physical and cognitive decline, as demonstrated during the Covid-19 pandemic. Signs and symptoms of infection are often lacking or atypical, while specific ones, especi [....] » Read More

Irene Rempel, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Irene Rempel, New York University, United States

First practical experiences are often some of the most stressful and anxiety-inducing elements of the curriculum for nursing students. Survey-based studies suggest that feelings of self-doubt regarding lack of preparedness and anxiousness about making mistakes and patient safety [....] » Read More

Susan K Steele Moses, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Susan K Steele Moses, Northwestern State University, United States

Title: The Essence of the ICU Nurse’s Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Then and Now Submission Session Type: Nursing Research or Nurses and the COVID-19 Pandemic Objectives: At the end of the session the participant will be able to: Relate Watson’s [....] » Read More

Maria Van Pelt, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Maria Van Pelt, Northeastern University, United States

Purpose The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand the impact of adverse events on health care providers and the patient safety implications. Overview Title of Activity: Face-to-Face Education Session Identi [....] » Read More

Maria Edvardsson, Speaker at Nursing Conference 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Maria Edvardsson, Linkoping University, Sweden

Abstract Background Interpretation laboratory analytes is crucial when assessing the patient’s condition. Reference intervals from apparently healthy, disease-free individuals may cause problems when outcomes from elderly patients with chronic diseases and on medications [....] » Read More

Sabrina Dean, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sabrina Dean, Dr Sabrinas Healthcare Consulting, United States

Background: With healthcare reimbursement suffering from the pandemic to shifting to better reimbursement, Dr. Sabrina’s Healthcare Consulting assist healthcare organizations achieve 90th percentile with their Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) value-based [....] » Read More

Jane Murray, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jane Murray, Northumbria University, United Kingdom

Reflecting on the therapeutic value of telling lies to patients with dementia. Wholetruth, untruths and lies was an ethnographic study of communication between professional caregivers and people with dementia, which lead to the development of a Taxonomy of Lies and the Lie ARM [....] » Read More

 Ikuko Miyabayashi , Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ikuko Miyabayashi , Seisen Jogakuin College, Japan

Challenges of mid-career nurses in Covid-19 pandemic: Effectiveness of servant leadership education   Background As the Covid-19 pandemic dragged on, the nurses on the front lines seemed to more exhausted by the day. Under such circumstances, it was expected to enco [....] » Read More

Daniel Mengistu Bekele, Speaker at Nursing conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Daniel Mengistu Bekele, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Background: Accurate cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk appraisal is essential for hypertensive patients to identify correctly their risk status and take efficient behavioral measures timely to avoid major adverse outcomes. However, hypertensive patients’ risk perceptions of [....] » Read More

Eunice Oduraa Temeng, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Eunice Oduraa Temeng, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Background: Nurses play an essential role in responding to severe infection outbreaks which bring considerable challenges to their personal and professional wellbeing. This subsequently can affect the delivery of care and healthcare organisational capacity to respond. Aims: Th [....] » Read More

Susan Carlisle, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Susan Carlisle, Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom

Background: Recent evidence has highlighted that Parkinson’s education for nursing students is often limited (Maffoni et al. 2017).  To improve nursing students’ knowledge/attitudes to Parkinson’s Disease (PD), we co-developed an audio podcast to raise awar [....] » Read More

Nombulelo, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Nombulelo, North West University, South Africa

Abstract: Background: It is critical for Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses to develop resilient coping strategies to cope with workplace adversaries. The coping strategies will mitigate the development of maladaptive psychological disorders prone to working in a stressful envir [....] » Read More

Gulzar Malik, Speaker at  Nursing research conferences 2023
Keynote Presentation
Gulzar Malik, La Trobe University, Australia

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 Estelle Bester, Speaker at Nursing Research conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Estelle Bester, Georgia Southern University, United States

Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to healthcare technologies, and how it is transforming nurses’ roles and enhancing patient care. Typically AI refers to the ability of computers to independently convert data into knowledge to guide decision-making. AI is alr [....] » Read More

Teenu Xavier, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Teenu Xavier, University of Cincinnati, United States

Abstract Purpose: Twitter is being increasingly used by nursing professionals to share ideas, information, and opinions about the global pandemic yet there continues to be a lack of research on how nurse sentiment is associated with major events happening on the frontline. The [....] » Read More

 Maziah Binti Mohd Said, Speaker at Nursing research conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Maziah Binti Mohd Said, MOH Jeddah, Malaysia

To examine the relationships between nurses' empowerment, job satisfaction and organizational commitment in culturally and developmentally different societies. Employment and retention of sufficient and well-committed nursing staff are essential for providing safe and effecti [....] » Read More

Yacob Mathai, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Yacob Mathai, Marma Health Centre, India

There is no similarity between what happens when there is a fever and what happens when there is hyperthermia, and they are contradictory. a.Things that occur in fever.  1.The fever-immune system develops spontaneously. 2. There are controls and limits to the in [....] » Read More

Yacob Mathai, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Yacob Mathai, Marma Health Centre, India

Today, fever is defined as a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius (100.40 F). The same temperature is used to determine hyperthermia. 1.In fever and hyperthermia not only the temperature rises. Other factors are changing. Some of the other factors are increasing and some are decr [....] » Read More

Chanchal Kurup, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Chanchal Kurup, Australian Catholic University, Australia

Purpose: Recruitment of internationally qualified nurses (IQNs) is one of the long-standing human resource strategies to address the global nursing shortage in developed countries. Many IQNs immigrate with extensive specialist nursing skills. Specialty skill sets enable nurses to [....] » Read More

Johanna McMullan, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Johanna McMullan, Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom

It is well known that starting university is a daunting prospect for anyone and there are a number of books and articles published to help navigate the transition (Herpen, 2019).  Unfortunately the stress is particularly high amongst those staring professional courses due to [....] » Read More

Maria Luisa Sanchez Padilla, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Maria Luisa Sanchez Padilla, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Mexico

Introduction: Foncubierta and Rodríguez (2014) The gamification starts from a didactic content, it is explained that when a teacher makes use of a game, he tries that the students enter fully into a world of fantasy, a magical space of fun and entertainment. Hamari and Koi [....] » Read More

Hazel Cowls, Speaker at Nursing conferences 2023
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Hazel Cowls, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom

Abstract Background: The safe administration of medicines is a key nursing activity and registered nurses need to be able to demonstrate competence in drug calculation skills to provide safe patient care (Nursing and Midwifery [NMC], 2018a). In preparation for registered prac [....] » Read More

Meagan Seredinski, Speaker at Nursing Conferences 2023
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Meagan Seredinski, Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, United States

BACKGROUND: In the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CTICU) at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, parents of pediatric patients provided formal feedback through National Research Corporation’s (NRC Health) surveys on their experience during their hospitalization. The [....] » Read More

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