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Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions 2.10 10.30-11.30

 

1.1 PERSON CENTERED AND FAMILY CENTERED CARE

Moderator: Lena-Karin Gustafsson

Room: C214

10.30 Sabine Heesmann – Linguistics Translation and Cross-Cultural Adaptation of the questionnaire Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire – In patients (DTSQ-IP) from the original English into a Danish context

10.50 Lena-Karin Gustafsson – ‘Best fit’ caring skills of an interprofessional team in short-term goal-directed reablement: older adults’ perceptions

 

1.2 HEALTH TECHNOLOGY AND DIGNITY

Moderator: Jessica Hemberg

Room: C215

10.30 Jessica Hemberg – Caring from the heart as belonging – the basis for mediating compassion

10.50 Oscar Tranvåg – Dignity work of older women caring for a husband with dementia at home

11.10 Jorunn Bjerkan – How do we deal with Dignity in the era of E-health? – a scoping review

 

1.3 LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHCARE

Moderator: Malin Andtfolk

Room: Auditorium Bruhn

10.30 Trude Anita Hartviksen – Healthcare middle managers experiences of loneliness and the need for networks to develop capacity and capability to leadership: a systematic review and meta-synthesis

10.50  Anu Grönlund – Aspects that promote wellbeing at work for first-line managers in the home care setting

 

1.4 EDUCATION AND LEARNING

Moderator: Anita Wikberg

Room: Akademisalen

10.30 Yvonne Hilli – A caring student-preceptor relationship: A foundation for students´ learning and transition in becoming a professional nurse

10.50 Hanna-Leena Melender – Effectiveness of an educational intervention to promote evidence-based practice among emergency nursing: A randomized controlled trial as a study design

11.10 Anders Bremer & Mats Holmberg – Ambulance nurse students’ experiences of ethical problems in patient-relationships

 

 

Parallel sessions 2.10 11.30-12.30

 

2.1 PERSON CENTERED HOME CARE

Moderator: Regina Santamäki Fischer

Room: C214

11.30 Tanja Gustafsson – ACTION: A Person-centred Communication Intervention Targeting Nurse Assistants in Home Care for Older Persons

11.50 Pamela Jokisalo – To be able to be yourself in the nurse-patient relationship at home

12.10 Hanne Leirbekk Mjøsund – Integration of physical activity in reablement for community dwelling older adults: a scoping review

 

2.2 EVALUATION OF CARE

Moderator: Kari Ingstad

Room: C215

11.30 Anja Gebhardt – Evaluating the psychometric properties of the Health and Suffering Scale

11.50 Pirjo Järemo – Translation and cultural adaptation of the illness invalidation inventory for use in Sweden

12.10 Kari Ingstad – The effectiveness of individualized nutritional care-plans in order to reduce malnutrition during hospital stay and 3 months after discharge

 

2.3 LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHCARE

Moderator: Yvonne Näsman

Room: Auditorium Bruhn

11.30 Trude Anita Hartviksen – Healthcare middle managers` experiences of how networks develop leadership capacity and capability, a critical hermeneutic focus group study

11.50 Hanna-Leena Melender – Learning outcomes before and after an educational intervention on basics of evidence based practice for nurse leaders

12.10 Susanne Salmela – Managing Ethical Sustainable Caring Cultures

 

2.4 EDUCATION AND LEARNING

Moderator: Margareta Asp

Room: Akademisalen

11.30 Elisabeth Lindberg – Sustainable learning in nursing education -Lecturers’ lived experiences of guiding reflective seminaries

11.50 Margareta Widarsson & Marie-Louise Södersved Källerstedt – Newly graduated Swedish nurses´ inadequacy to develop competence in their professional role as practicing nurses

12.10 Birgitta Bisholt – Nursing students learning to become professionals and find their ethical compass through clinical group supervision

 

 

Parallell sessions 2.10 15.30-16.30

 

3.1 ETHICS AND DIGNITY

Moderator: Linda Nyholm

Room: C214

15.30 Laura Darcy – Meeting young children’s needs in hospital, from a human rights perspective

15.50 Susanne Salmela – Ethical Sustainable Caring Cultures – A Research and Developmental Project

16.10 Katrine Staats – Dying with dignity-project – Patient and Informal Caregiver Participation in Palliative Care Research

 

3.2 EMERGENCY CARE

Moderator: Carina Elmqvist

Room: C215

15.30 Mats Holmberg & Anders Bremer – Suffering and Togetherness On-scene in Prehospital emergency care (STOP): a middle range theory

15.50 Carina Elmqvist – The Art of Caring within emergency care: A visualized position paper

16.10 Mats Holmberg – The EXPAND-model: a hermeneutical application of a lifeworld-led prehospital emergency care

 

 

3.3  EDUCATION AND LEARNING

Moderator: Ann-Helén Sandvik

Room: Akademisalen

15.30 Merle Talvik – The past is in the future: The challenges of educating Estonian nurses in historical-cultural context

15.50 Maria Koldestam – A conceptual learning model for facilitating undergraduate nursing students learning process in clinical practice – development and content

16.10 Ann-Helen Sandvik – Safely together – Nursing students’ experiences of preceptor model inspired by peer learning

 

 

Parallel sessions 3.10 10.30-11.30

 

4.1 LIFEWORLD RESEARCH

Moderator: Ulrica Hörberg

Room: C214

10.30 Ulrica Hörberg – The lived experience of well-being in everyday life in spite of living with a stress-related illness. A Photovoice study

10.50 Elisabeth Lindberg – Exploring existential phenomena as dimensions for sustainable caring – Examples from four lifeworld research projects

11.10 Anette Tast – An ontological concept determination of the concept ’action’ from a caring science perspective

 

4.2 EXISTENTIAL CARING ENCOUNTERS

Moderator: Maria Björkmark

Room: C215

10.30 Riitta Hyvönen – Adolescents’ loneliness and its relation to health: A systematic review

10.50 Minna Laiti – Diversity-affirming care breaking heteronormativity in the healthcare of sexual and gender minority youth: results of integrative review

11.10 Ingrid Villadsen Kristensen – Experiences of living with end-stage renal disease prior to a kidney transplantation

 

4.3 HOME HEALTHCARE

Moderator: Heli Vaartio-Rajalin

Room: Auditorium Bruhn

10.30 Heli Vaartio-Rajalin – Person-centeredness in context of hospital-at-home – perceptions of patients´ and their near-ones´

10.50 Katrine Staats – Home care nurses’ experiences with medication kits as a tool in palliative care

 

 

Parallel sessions 3.10 11.30-12.50

 

5.1 CARING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Moderator: Bente Skovsby Toft

Room: C214

11.30 Birgit Rasmussen – Caring for aged adults´ wellbeing and possibilities for being active after a hip fracture (HF)

11.50 Eeva Harju – Experiences of supervised resistance exercise in prostate cancer patients undergoing androgen deprivation therapy – a pilot study

12.10 Bente Skovsby Toft – Possibilities of wellbeing when being active and severely obese

 

5.2 ETHOS AND ETHICS

Moderator: Theresa Andell

Room: C215

11.30 Theresa Andell – Sustainable caring as to rehabilitate in human dignity

11.50 Monica Christin Hansen – Nurses ethos and the care they provide

12.10 Ann-Catrin Blomberg – Value conflicts in perioperative practice

 

5.3 PERSON CENTERED AND FAMILY CENTERED CARE

Moderator: Marja Kaunonen

Room: Auditorium Bruhn

11.30 Anne Lise Grønningsæter Loftfjell and Solveig Thomassen – On your toes -A quality study of parents experience of having adult daughters with severe eating disorders

11.50 Anita Wikberg – Motives of becoming a voluntary doula in Finland

Uppdaterad 30.9.2019