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3rd Edition of

Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 16-18, 2023 | Singapore

Nursing 2023

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

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 and how this affects the nurses engagement with patients is a significant challenge for the future of n [....] » Read More

Patricia M Burrell, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In Person)
Patricia M Burrell, Hawaii Pacific University, United States

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) has grown to be a major branch of health care in the west, as well as becoming a multi-billion dollar industry and has had a fairly strong utilization in nursing students and faculty. Although, many students noted that their Self-Care [....] » 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, especial [....] » Read More

Irene Rempel, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
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

Maria Van Pelt, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
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 Iden [....] » Read More

Crystal H Dodson, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Crystal H Dodson, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States

Significance: Medications are associated with adverse reactions, but precision medicine provides a way to individualize drug therapy. One obstacle to implementation of precision medicine is the lack of knowledge surrounding clinical practice guidelines for pharmacogenetic testing [....] » Read More

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

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 (Affective Reflective Model). The aim of the two tools, is to help people reflect [....] » Read More

Eunice Oduraa Temeng, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
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

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

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 are being [....] » Read More

Jessica Hughes, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jessica Hughes, Western Health, Australia

Background: Premature infants are at increased risk for mortality and long-term comorbidities. Mother’s own breast milk is considered the nutritional ‘gold standard’ for high-risk infants, due to the immediate, short and long-term benefits. Low birth-wei [....] » Read More

Patricia McClunie Trust, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Patricia McClunie Trust, Waikato Institute of Technology, New Zealand

Collaborative research teams are an effective strategy to combine the knowledge and skills of like-minded researchers across tertiary education settings and international borders. Research collaborations have the potential to increase research capacity for both individuals and th [....] » Read More

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

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 encourage to communicate between nurses and patients, colleagues, physicians, and others, and to create a mutually e [....] » Read More

Chiharu Miyata, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Chiharu Miyata, MIE University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

Geriatric Health Service Facilities (GHSFs) have been providing care and rehabilitation to facilitate older adults’ self-reliance in everyday life, performing the role of an intermediary between hospitals and their homes. The number of residents who are especially dependent [....] » Read More

Carmen WH Chan, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Carmen WH Chan, The Nethersole School of Nursing, China

Hong Kong is a multi-ethnic society with an increasing number and a large proportion (14.5 %) of South Asians currently living here. Anecdotal data shows that people of ethnic minorities in Hong Kong rarely receive specialized palliative care or engage in advance directive discus [....] » Read More

John Francis Abitong Paraoan, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
John Francis Abitong Paraoan, NTUC Health Chai Chee Nursing Home, Singapore

Background of the study: Fall is one of the remarkable safety concerns in later life. Age-related changes contribute to the high incidence of falls like reduced visual capacity (Eliopoulos, 2013; Touchy, 2015), problems differentiating shades of the same color (Fillit, Rockwood [....] » Read More

Chuntana Reangsing, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Chuntana Reangsing, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

Objective: We synthesized the effects of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) on depression in pregnant women. Method: Ten electronic databases were searched from inception to September 2022. We reviewed studies with pregnant women receiving mindfulness-based interventions w [....] » Read More

Rawan Salem Abdullah Baqabas, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Rawan Salem Abdullah Baqabas, International Medical Center, Saudi Arabia

Purpose: The study aimed to assess the implementation of ABCDEF care bundles in the intensive care units of two private tertiary hospitals. Background: The awakening and breathing coordination of daily sedation and ventilator removal trials, delirium monitoring and management, [....] » Read More

Jyoti Somabhai Patel, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jyoti Somabhai Patel, Tata Memorial Hospital, India

Associated health risks and increasing mortality with tobacco consumption have been increasing. If people involved in health care of the community practice the same it may further increase the magnitude of the problem. In spite of continued efforts by the government, tobacco cons [....] » Read More

Mandeep Kaur, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mandeep Kaur, Nightingale College of Nursing, India

Background: A partograph is a composite graphical record of key data (maternal and fetal) during labour entered against time on a single sheet of paper. Relevant measurements might include statistics such as cervical dilation, fetal heart rate, duration of labour and vital signs. [....] » Read More

Khrisyah Gabe T Oliver, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Khrisyah Gabe T Oliver, Dr Yangas Colleges Inc., Philippines

COVID-19 has brought unretrievable suffering that led to extreme protective behavior and irrational coping strategies. Thereby, public health initiatives and action plans have been implemented to mitigate the virus. However, as the pandemic progress, non-compliance with health pr [....] » Read More

Fahima Mohammed Said Al Harthy, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Fahima Mohammed Said Al Harthy, Royal Hospital, Oman

This study targets to study the reason behind the general Nurses not to apply for Midwifery Program. This qualitative exploratory study was conducted at the largest tertiary health care hospital in Oman. Data collection started on March 2022 until April 2022. Purposive samplin [....] » Read More

Dilnasheen Safdar, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Dilnasheen Safdar, National Institute of Blood Diseases, Pakistan

Background: In newborn skin care is important because skin act as barrier to prevent neonates from infections which may lead to neonatal morbidity and mortality. Highly technological environment of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) make this population vulnerable for loss [....] » Read More

Daniel Mengistu Bekele, Speaker at Nursing Research 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

Takeo Kudo, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Takeo Kudo, Saitama Medical University, Japan

This study explored the relationship between occupational commitment of nurses and work motivation, intention to continue working as a nurse, and intention to change occupation, aiming to develop support arrangements to improve occupational commitment. An anonymous self- rated qu [....] » Read More

Yukiko Kako, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Yukiko Kako, Saitama Medical University, Japan

Nurses working in acute care hospitals may be burdened by demanding work and interpersonal relationships, resulting in lower work engagement. This study aims to identify factors related to work engagement (positive and fulfilled psychological states toward work) of nurses working [....] » Read More

Eiko Suzuki, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Eiko Suzuki, International University of Health and Welfare Graduate School, Japan

Objective: This study aimed to identify characteristics of assertiveness of young nurses. Methods: A self-rating questionnaire survey was conducted with novice nurses of five hospitals where nursing directors expressed cooperation, from September to November of 2019. The quest [....] » Read More

Wong Suet Shan Sarah, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Wong Suet Shan Sarah, Hong Kong Metropolitan University, Hong Kong

Introduction: Women with breast cancer often have cluster of psychosocial symptoms, including poor sleep, fatigue, and mood disturbance, across the cancer trajectory. Understanding the psychosocial health conditions of women with breast cancer can help the healthcare profess [....] » Read More

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

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 environment.  [....] » Read More

Ahmed Ali Hakami, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Ahmed Ali Hakami, Umm Al Qura University, Saudi Arabia

Aim: The purpose of this literature review is to explore and synthesize the previous studies performed in simulation education research over the past five years that examine the effects of simulation training on the self-efficacy of undergraduate pre-registration nursing students [....] » Read More

Aisha Rabie, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Aisha Rabie, Queens University Belfast, Saudi Arabia

Background: Nursing students are often uncertain about working in a mental health care setting due to limited opportunities for practical placement. Simulation training provides students with the opportunity to develop clinical skills in a safe environment. Simulation is a teachi [....] » Read More

Pushpa Gole, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Pushpa Gole, Tata Memorial Hospital, India

Background:- A maximum of tertiary care hospitals use radioisotopes for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Safe disposal of radioactive waste is a vital component of the overall management of hospital waste. An important objective in radioactive waste management is to safe [....] » Read More

Fatemeh Mohaddes Ardebili, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Fatemeh Mohaddes Ardebili, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Introduction & Aim: Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases. Sleep quality of these patients is undesirable. In this way, impaired quality of Sleep affects quality of life. In many societies, religious commitment and spirituality are linked to better mental and p [....] » Read More

 Estelle Bester, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Estelle Bester, Georgia Southern University, United States

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 already part of [....] » Read More

Carlos A Archilla, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Carlos A Archilla, Nemours Children’s Health, United States

The presentation will discuss preliminary findings of an on-going Quality Improvement project that involves 13 leading children’s hospitals looking at social and demographic determinants of health and their effect in pre-operative fasting readiness. Also, will discuss the f [....] » Read More

Jean Ross, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Jean Ross, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand

The changing global landscape demands nurse educators adjust their thinking to create innovative ways to address community health, education and sustainability for the education of undergraduate nurse learners. This presentation focuses on global community health and the impact o [....] » Read More

Gulzar Malik, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Gulzar Malik, La Trobe University, Australia

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Latiena Williams, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Latiena Williams, University of South Florida, United States

Homelessness is a major public and social health problem. For years, nurses have been on the frontline with a substantial and significant role in caring for the most vulnerable populations in guiding, assisting, and aiding the homeless to access to health and social services as w [....] » Read More

Stephanie Sideras, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Stephanie Sideras, University of Portland, United States

This pilot study explored the effect of mindfulness based training, with its attributes of being present, aware, attentive and accepting on the development of clinical reasoning ability. Background. The working world of a nurse is complex. Nurses are expected to manage multipl [....] » Read More

Thad Cummings, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Thad Cummings, Thad Cummings, United States

Focus: Working in the pandemic in the ER and ICU, Thad learned firsthand the stressors in healthcare and staff burnout/turnover. This workshop is designed to help break down barriers that lead tomental health stigmas and change culture to become more inclusive of the stressors a [....] » Read More

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

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 purpose of [....] » Read More

Stefano Pochetti, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Stefano Pochetti, NHS England, United Kingdom

The International Recruitment (IR) Regional Fellowship is an innovative opportunity that allows International colleagues working in NHS Trust to be part of the NHS England Regional Nursing Workforce Team for 15 hours per month. As experts by experience, Internationally Educate [....] » Read More

Johanna McMullan, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
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

Si Yee Liew, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Si Yee Liew, Edmonton Police Service, Canada

Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Association had stated that studies show most accidents happen mostly when officers are more likely to sleep between midnight to 6am and 1pm to 3pm.There are about 88 diagnosable sleep disorders currently in North America that people can go [....] » Read More

Chanchal Kurup, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
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

Katarzyna Zalewska, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Katarzyna Zalewska, Carpathian State College, Poland

From the one last decade in Poland, medical simulation has developed very rapidly.  Funding from various sources for the construction of simulation centres has allowed universities to equip them on the highest quality task trainers, human patient simulators and other equipme [....] » Read More

 Maziah Binti Mohd Said, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Maziah Binti Mohd Said, Hospital Jitra, 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 effective he [....] » Read More

Hajjah Norziah Sarudin, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Hajjah Norziah Sarudin, Open University Malaysia, Malaysia

The COVID-19 has not only affected the businesses, but educational institutions also suffered from this pandemic. Therefore, nursing students also directed their attention towards technology adoption or e-learning to avoid physical interaction and learn by maintaining social dist [....] » Read More

Ying Wu, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Ying Wu, Central South University, China

Background: Pressure therapy has been one of the mainstay of hypertrophic scar treatment. Maintaining effective pressure dosage generated by the pressure garment to scar is regarded as an important factor to the effectiveness of pressure therapy. This study aimed to explore the [....] » Read More

Meiyan Lu, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Meiyan Lu, Sichuan University, China

Background: The presence of the prolonged second stage of labor requires using instrumental delivery or transferring to cesarean delivery, which could have some adverse effects on maternal and newborn outcomes. It is important to identify risk factors for the prolonged second sta [....] » Read More

Maria Luisa Sanchez Padilla, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
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

Gulbu Tanriverdi, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Gulbu Tanriverdi, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey

Ethnocentrism is the belief of an individual or professional group that their ethnic group or culture is superior or even the best of others. Ethnocentrism is when individuals judge the cultures of others by upholding their own cultural values. Researches indicate the existence o [....] » Read More

Rasmeh Al Huneiti, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Rasmeh Al Huneiti, Ministry of Public Health, Qatar

In my presentation I will share with the audience multidisciplinary National Education Program that include education on National clinical guidelines recommendation, this program is part of multimodal strategy for national clinical practice implementation in state of Qatar. The p [....] » Read More

Asma Hamza Barnawi, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Asma Hamza Barnawi, Quality and Strategic Plan, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: End Stage Kidney Disease (ESKD) is a significant health problem in Saudi Arabia. The number of people requiring hemodialysis therapy in Saudi Arabia is growing, which poses challenges for health professionals and increases the client's physical, psychological, s [....] » Read More

Baetrice Marusoi, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Baetrice Marusoi, Masinde Muliro University, Kenya

Mental health problem, such as acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress is projected to affect 20-30 percent of parents of hospitalized newborns during the first year after birth globally. In Sub Sahara Africa where a large number of premature birth occur there is limited [....] » Read More

Yacob Mathai, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
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

Yacob Mathai, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
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 [....] » Read More

Mary Anbarasi Johnson, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Mary Anbarasi Johnson, CMC Vellore, India

Clinical pathways are very essential in the practice of pediatric nursing. They support the implementation of evidence-based practice,improve clinical processes by reducing risk,reduce duplication through the use of a standardised tool, and reduce variation in health service proc [....] » Read More

Michael Ge Ray Punzalan, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Michael Ge Ray Punzalan, Jose B Lingad Memorial General Hospital, Philippines

Introduction Spirituality was defined as a way individual seek and express meaning and purpose and the way they experienced their connectedness to the moment, to self, to others, to nature and to the significant or sacredhood. Cancer was one of the important and considerable i [....] » Read More

Rahma Yusuf Haji Mohamud, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Rahma Yusuf Haji Mohamud, Somali Turk Hospital, Somalia

Introduction: The removal of the external female genitalia completely or partially for non-medical purposes is known as female genital mutilation (FGM). FGM is mostly performed by elderly women who have no medical training. Mutilation is increasingly being done by doctors or midw [....] » Read More

Noriko Nishimura, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Noriko Nishimura, Chiba Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Japan

Background: The way nurses will work in the future, known as the 100-year life era, will require them to continue to contribute to society by making use of their careers and wealth of experience in the nursing profession even after retirement. This study examines awareness of sec [....] » Read More

Victoria Grimes Holsinger, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Victoria Grimes Holsinger, INC, United States

Background:  Addressing the issue of non-sexual harassment, workplace bullying (WPB) of minority nurses and non-minority groups who reported either being harassed or bullied. A review of the literature in concert with the findings of the grounded theory study and interventio [....] » Read More

Meagan Seredinski, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
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

Konno Miki, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Konno Miki, Sapporo Medical University, Japan

Purpose To hold a smoking prevention class for students, and to clarify the effect of the class according to students’ and parent’s perception, and parents’ smoking behaviors. Methods A smoking prevention class was held for students at one elementary school [....] » Read More

Waruntorn Jongrungrotsakul, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Waruntorn Jongrungrotsakul, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Noise-induced hearing loss, the most significant occupational and safety problem among the working population, can be effectively prevented through hearing protection devices (HPDs) use. This study, aimed to examine whether the following factors, perceived benefits, perceived bar [....] » Read More

Yau Yim Ching, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Yau Yim Ching, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Background: The transition of patients from intensive care units (ICUs) to general wards is a regular occurrence to relieve manpower pressures and financial constraints. Early transfer of patients significantly increases the risk of ICU readmission, an increased length of hospit [....] » Read More

Monica Gallegos Alvarado, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Monica Gallegos Alvarado, Juarez University, Mexico

Objective: To estimate the prevalence of human responses as care needs in the postoperative period of Mastectomy in survivors of women with breast cancer. Method: Retrospective descriptive study of 164 cases of women diagnosed with breast cancer in post-surgical treatment of m [....] » Read More

Ssu Yuan Lin, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Ssu Yuan Lin, Asia University, Taiwan

Background: Cancer-related fatigue is one of the most common and distressing symptoms experienced by cancer patients, which often has a huge influence on the quality of life. Many local and international research on the application of walking exercise relieve cancer-related fatig [....] » Read More

Selvia Arokiya Mary Amalanathan, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Selvia Arokiya Mary Amalanathan, Bisha University, India

Pain is a subjective feeling; it is a sensation that every human being must have experienced all their life. Yet, its mechanism and the way to immune to it is still a question to be answered. This re-view presents the mechanism and correlation of pain and stress, their assessment [....] » Read More

Hanan Morsy Salim Metwally, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Hanan Morsy Salim Metwally, Zagazig University, Egypt

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is associated with potentially harmful effects on the mother and fetus. Thus the identification of GDM offers a chance to improve pregnancy outcomes and identify women to target dietary & lifestyle health promotion. Aim of this research [....] » Read More

Fateme Rezaei Kahkhaei, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Fateme Rezaei Kahkhaei, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Background: Cancer is considered a common and painful disease in children. Chemotherapy is one of the most important treatments for cancer, which may lead to complications such as anxiety and changes in children's sleeping habits. Sandplay therapy is a type of play therapy th [....] » Read More

Mehri Bozorgnejad, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Mehri Bozorgnejad, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

BACKGROUND Patients with burns often encounter a lot of psychological problems that can affect all parts of their lives. Therefore, this study was conducted to investigate the psychosocial empowerment interventions through multimedia education in burn patients. METHODS T [....] » Read More

Mohammad Reza Zarei, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Mohammad Reza Zarei, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Background: Cesarean section is the most common major surgical operation and disorders related to surgical scars healing are also one of the medical problems and given the effect and the role of self-care behaviors on accelerating scar healing. Objectives this study tries to [....] » Read More

Rachel E Spector, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Rachel E Spector, Boston College, United States

The presentation is predicated on my 40 years of conducting exploratory descriptive research studies of the TRADITIONAL  (ancient, HEALTH  and ILLNESS  beliefs and practices derived from one’s intangible cultural heritage over generations) and developing cour [....] » Read More

Valerie Lynn, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Valerie Lynn, Eco Postnatal Care Company, United States

Valerie Lynn, Postnatal Recovery Specialist based in the U.S. presents her original research. The year-long study she conducted via the Malaysian Ministry of Health under the guises of the Complementary Medicine Department was conducted in government hospitals and the field. [....] » Read More

Malliga Jambulingam, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Malliga Jambulingam, Morgan State University, United States

Background: After the 1994 national “Safe Sleep Campaign,” acceptance of infant sleep practices was followed by a significant reduction in the national SIDS death rate. Interestingly, SIDS deaths of African American (AA) infants has remained comparatively high --creat [....] » Read More

Saeed Moradian, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Saeed Moradian, York University, Canada

Introduction: Immunotherapy revolutionizes the treatment of many different types of cancers. But it is associated with a myriad of Immune-related adverse events (irAEs). Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are recognized as valuable tools for continuously collecting patient-centred [....] » Read More

Luz Ever Diaz Monsalve, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Luz Ever Diaz Monsalve, University of Antioquia, Colombia

The care of sexuality offered by the nursing professional turns out to be a complex issue due to taboo, ignorance and the limitations that each society and culture imposes on the formation of sexuality in the different spaces of socialization. In the relationship between the s [....] » Read More

Ibrahim Mubarak Al Baalharith, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Ibrahim Mubarak Al Baalharith, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Technological advancements have transformed nursing care, quality, and education across the globe. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), the inventions and adoption of mobile technologies such as an e-health application (app) called SEHA continue to revolutioni [....] » Read More

Dewi Fatma Mutiawati, Speaker at Nursing Research Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Dewi Fatma Mutiawati, Mandiri Inhealth, Indonesia

Background: The density of students activities in boarding school needs to get care, especially in the practice of personal hygiene during menstruation. Menstruation process can lead to germs infection on the genital area which may cause diseases to the reproductive tract. T [....] » Read More

Samiha Al Habsi, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Samiha Al Habsi, Royal Hospital, Oman

Background: The two hourly purposeful nursing rounds (2HNR) are evidence based practice that showed increased patients satisfaction. This practice was structured according to the Royal Hospital, patients and staff values and needs since 2019.  The awareness of the [....] » Read More

Levgeniia Burlaka, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Levgeniia Burlaka, Bogomolets National Medical University, Ukraine

Background and aims: Nephrotic syndrome (NS) is the most common glomerular kidney disease in childhood. Aim of the study was to evaluate the state of marker of intracellular hypoxia HIF-1alfa in children with NS with different degrees of change of basic clinical and laborato [....] » Read More

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