Salle de classe virtuelle

Salle de classe virtuelle Rez de chaussée
La « Salle de classe virtuelle » offre un cadre décontracté au sein duquel les participants à la Conférence se réunissent pour discuter de manière informelle. Ci-dessous, vous trouverez l’horaire de la classe virtuelle.

Thursday 5 May Jueves 5 de mayo Jeudi 5 mai

Time Language Subject Description
9:30-10:00 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/ communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
10:05-11:00 English The Internet as a resource for patient care P. Zimmer, President, Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation Maintaining relationship-based care while using the internet as a delivery model will be key to the future success of nursing care. This session provides examples internet use by nurses as a clinical practice tool.
11:05-11:30 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
11:35-12:30 English Tackling tobacco deaths: The nurse’s role Jennifer Percival RCN Tobacco Policy Advisor, UK Tobacco use is a major risk factor for many chronic illnesses. A range of tips and techniques for achieving best practice will be demonstrated during this seminar.
12:35-13:00 English Writing for Journals Workshop Jane Robinson, Editor in chief, International Nursing Review, Switzerland Intended for new nursing authors, this workshop is designed to help nurses who wish to publish their research and articles.
13:05-14:00 Français Ecrire pour la presse spécialisée Yasmina Ouharzoune Directrice des revues Soins, France Destiné à des infirmières publiant pour la première fois leurs recherches/ articles.
14:05-14:30 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/ communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
14:35-15:30 Français Soins infirmiers 2.0: nouveau lieu de rencontre Helène Salette, Secrétaire générale SIDIIEF, Canada Le web 2.0 devient un nouveau lieu de rencontre avec la population. Cette communication présentera trois projets cliniques novateurs menés par des équipes d’infirmières.
15:35-16:30 Français Ecrire pour la presse spécialisée Yasmina Ouharzoune Directrice des revues Soins, France Destiné à des infirmières publiant pour la première fois leurs recherches/articles.
16:35-17:30 English Doing Nursing History Barbra Mann Wall University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, USA Leading historians from across the globe will discuss how to do nursing history from a transnational perspective and will include a look at the significance of the Knights of Malta to nursing’s history.

Friday 6 May Viernes 6 de mayo Vendredi 6 mai

9:30-10:00 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/ communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
10:05-11:00 Français Soins infirmiers 2.0: nouveau lieu de rencontre Helène Salette, Secrétaire générale SIDIIEF, Canada Le web 2.0 devient un nouveau lieu de rencontre avec la population. Cette communication présentera trois projets cliniques novateurs menés par des équipes d’infirmières.
11:05-11:30 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
11:35-12:30 English Tackling tobacco deaths: The nurse’s role Jennifer Percival RCN Tobacco Policy Advisor, UK Tobacco use is a major risk factor for many chronic illnesses. A range of tips and techniques for achieving best practice will be demonstrated during this seminar.
12:35-13:30 English Writing for Journals Workshop Jane Robinson, Editor in chief, International Nursing Review, Switzerland Intended for new nursing authors, this workshop is designed to help nurses who wish to publish their research and articles.
13:35-14:00 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
14:05-15:00 English The Internet as a resource for patient care P. Zimmer, President, Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation Maintaining relationship-based care while using the internet as a delivery model will be key to the future success of nursing care. This session provides examples internet use by nurses as a clinical practice tool.
15:05-16:30 Français Soins infirmiers 2.0: nouveau lieu de rencontre Helène Salette, Secrétaire générale SIDIIEF, Canada Le web 2.0 devient un nouveau lieu de rencontre avec la population. Cette communication présentera trois projets cliniques novateurs menés par des équipes d’infirmières.
16:35-18:00 English Pain treatment as a human right Roos Terhorst, International Federation of Health and Human Rights Organisations, Netherlands In their daily work, nurses are confronted with all kinds of issues around pain. During this session, participants will be made familiar with pain treatment as a human rights issue and the mechanisms that can be used to further the concept of pain relief as a human right. Opportunities to work together to improve pain treatment will be discussed.

Saturday 7 May Sábado 7 de mayo Samedi 7 mai

9:30-10:00 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/ communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
10:05-11:00 English The Internet as a resource for patient care P. Zimmer, President, Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation Maintaining relationship-based care while using the internet as a delivery model will be key to the future success of nursing care. This session provides examples internet use by nurses as a clinical practice tool.
11:05-11:30 English How to best use the Internet for nurses J. Parkinson, Co-Founder,
The Future Well, USA
The internet has revolutionised access to health information/communication for professionals and the public. What does this mean to health care professionals? How can nurses lead this revolution in the coming decade?
11:35-12:30 English Tackling tobacco deaths: The nurse’s role Jennifer Percival RCN Tobacco Policy Advisor, UK Tobacco use is a major risk factor for many chronic illnesses. A range of tips and techniques for achieving best practice will be demonstrated during this seminar.
12:35-14:00 English The crucial role of nurses in the recognition and management of depression and diabetes Helen Millar and Katherine Barnard Dialogue on Diabetes and Depression The incidence of both diabetes and depression is high and continuing to increase, and co-morbidity of these disorders is common. This workshop will focus in the important role nurses play in the recognition and management of diabetes, depression and their co-occurrence.