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PROFESSIONAL EVENT SPEAKERS


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Yang Luo

Xiangya Nursing School of Central South University, Changsha, China

Associations among menopausal status, menopausal symptoms and depressive symptoms in midlife women


To determine the associations among menopausal status, menopausal symptoms and depressive symptoms in Chinese midlife women. Methods: A secondary analysis involved 3199 women aged 40-55 years was performed based on data from the Women's Health Needs Survey 2018 in Hunan Province, Central South of China. The depressive symptoms were determined using the 9-item Patient Health.

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Lilian Gertrude Dodzo

Ministry of Health and Child Care, Department of Nursing and Midwifery Services, Harare, Zimbabwe

Articulating the agenda to manage the increase in neonatal sepsis: The Experiences of healthcare providers at Mbuya Nehanda Maternity Hospital (MNMH) NICU in Harare, Zimbabwe

Maternal and child health are high priorities for international development yet the annual mortality rate per 1 000 live births from neonatal sepsis and other neonatal infections in Zimbabwe has increased by 11.6% since 1990, an average of 0.5% a year (Murray,2016). Zimbabwe’s neonatal mortality rate is 24 deaths per 1,000 live births (UNICEF,2015). Successful intervention to reduce neonatal sepsis could be through simple interventions compliance to infection prevention and control guidelines (Newton and Berkley,2009).

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Hyeon-Young Kim

Sahmyook University, College of Nursing, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Effects of Music Interventions for Preoperative Anxiety in Surgical Patient: Meta-Analysis

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of music interventions for preoperative anxiety in surgical patient. We searched the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), MEDLINE, CINAHL EMBASE, and Korean electronic databases such as KMBASE, KOREAMED, RISS, KISS, and NANET (2000 to November 2018). In addition, the authors manually reviewed the reference lists of the identified studies extracted from the database searches. The risk of bias was assessed using th Cochrane’s Risk of Bias(RoB) tool for randomized studies and the Risk of Bias Assessment tool for Non-randomized studies(RoBANS).

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komal Abdul Rahim

Aga Khan University, Pakistan

Routine Episiotomies without Consent

Sexual and reproductive health is now gaining attention all over the globe. If we focus on the reproductive health aspect of a women, a word “pregnancy” always comes in our mind. As a healthcare provider, we know that ethics is involved in all the things we do from autonomy to paternalism, but still we sometimes violate patient’s right. A common practice of giving episiotomy to every pregnant women regardless of their parity status is not a quality care. I personally encountered a case in which same thing happened with a patient. This is a very serious issue because it might end up into complications to the patient. We have to remember that pregnancy is not a disease, but a natural process of giving birth.

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L. Gien

Professor Emerita, Memorial University. St John’s, NL, Canada

Cancer patients’ access to Oncology Nurse Navigator (ONN)

Published studies revealed that patients with cancer and their families experienced dissatisfaction with service fragmentation, delays, lack of information, and lack of coordination. They expressed a sense of isolation, powerlessness, and a lack of guidance. They needed timely information on the disease, treatments, available resources, better communication, and emotional support. Patients referred to the care system as a maze and expressed a need for continuity of care and a person-centered approach. To address the latter need, cancer navigation programs have emerged as a model of care with the Oncology nurse navigator (ONN) playing a key role in assessing the patient’s needs, providing support and guidance throughout the disease trajectory.

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Fusun Terzioglu

Atılım University Dean of Faculty of Health Science, Ankara, Turkey

A New İnnovative Strategy in Midwifery Education: Hybrid Simulation and High Fidelity

Simulation.

Various instructional methods and environments are used in midwifery education to develop students’ psychomotor and communication skills, reduce their anxiety levels, and enhance their satisfaction. To examine the effect of three different instructional environments on the development of the students' psychomotor and communication skills and their levels of anxiety and satisfaction. The sample of the study consisted of 60 midwifery students. Before the implementation of the study, the students' cognitive skills and trait anxiety levels were evaluated.

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Noura Aghajani

Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran

Sexual Health care delivery to Iranian women: A cross-sectional study in Iran

Women constitute about half of the Iranian population. Sexual behaviour is one of the most important elements in their lives. Identifying the elements associated with sexual behaviours seems necessary in order to draw a thorough picture of Iranian women's sexuality. To elicit information from Iranian women at their reproductive ages on sexual behaviours related to their elements including sexual capacity, sexual motivation, performance and sexual scripts. Study participants involved 295 women at reproductive age from five different cities. Women completed a national self-reporting questionnaire on elements related to sexual behaviours. The elements included sexual capacity, sexual motivation, sexual performance, and sexual script. Pearson’s correlation variance analysis and multi-linear regression were used to analyze data.

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Effat Merghati-Khoei

Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran

Primary sexual Health assessment and service delivery for women with spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injury affects different aspects of life, including the sexual life of the affected person. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Plissit model on the sexual function and adjustment of women with spinal cord injury. This is a randomized clinical trial that was performed on 44 women with spinal cord injury. The sample was randomized into two groups of intervention and control (22 in each group) using random blocks. The intervention group received the Plissit sexual counseling in three sessions weekly for 45 minutes, and the control group received the routine consultation of the center. The data were collected using the female sexual function index (FSFI) and sexual adjustment questionnaire (SAQ). The sexual function and adjustment score of these individuals were measured before the intervention, four weeks and eight weeks later.

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Dr. Sysavanh Phommachanh

Institute of Research and Education Development, University of Health Sciences, Ministry of Health, Vientiane, Lao PDR

Improvement of Quality of Antenatal Care (ANC) Service Provision at Public Health Facilities in Lao PDR: Perspectives and Experiences of Supply and Demand Sides

The maternal mortality rate in Lao PDR (Laos) is still the highest in Southeast Asia, at 197 per 100,000 live births. Antenatal care (ANC) could contribute to maternal and child mortality reduction. The quality of ANC service remains inadequate and little information is available on the quality of health education and counseling services of health providers in Laos. This study aims to gain insight into the perceptions of stakeholders on both supply and demand sides of public ANC services in Laos and evidence for recommendations to improve the quality of ANC services.

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Amira AL Nasri

Master in nursing, Directorate of Nursing, South Sharqyia Gov, Sultante of Oman

Nurses are usually are usually the first witness of sudden cardiac arrest in hospital settings, guidelines recommend that cardiac arrest should be managed through immediate and timely performing basic support followed by advanced life support interventions. Although, nurses are expected to be knowledgeable in handling emergency situations and hence proper handling of cardiac arrest patients. However, studies and anecdotal evidences showed that nurses demonstrated poor level of CPR knowledge

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Bozena Czarkowska-Paczek

Department of Clinical Nursing, Medical University of Warsaw, Zwirki i Wigury 61, 02-091 Warsaw, Poland

The relative number of qualified medical personnel but not the number of hospital beds influences the life expectancy.

According to universal health coverage (UHC), established by World Health Organisation, all people of all ages should achieve better health and well-being in the field of disease prevention, health promotion, and treatment for communicable and non-communicable diseases.  Thus, an urgent need exists to implement improvements in health care services based on sufficient evidence. Life expectancy results from many factors, including health care system regulations and resources.

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Suriya Nisar

Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Larkana, Pakistan.

The Effectiveness or Efficacy of Modified Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC)  in Reducing the Severity of Depression  among Patients with Myocardial Infarction

Post myocardial infarction depression is common and puts a negative effect on recovery. Modified Nursing interventions effectively reduce the frequency and severity of depression in such patients. Objective: The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of Modified Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) in reducing the severity of depression among patients with Myocardial Infarction. Methods: Sixty-eight stable patients with myocardial infarction (>1 month history) having mild to moderate depression in accordance to Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) [with a score of 5 to 14] were enrolled. Patients were assorted into interventional and control group. Modified Nursing Intervention was offered in Interventional Group. The frequency and effectiveness of Modified Nursing Intervention among the groups were determined and compared. Results: Both moderate and mild level depression was decreased in Intervention Group as compare to Control Group. Baseline mean depression PHQ-9 score was 2.35 point statistically significantly higher in the Control Group than Interventional Group (<0.001). After three weeks intervention the mean depression PHQ-9 score was 4.76 points significantly lower in Intervention Group than Control Group (<0.001). Conclusion: Modified Nursing intervention is effective in reducing the frequency and severity of depression compared to routine care in patients with Myocardial infarction.

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Ms. Esraa mohammed alhussin

Professional Nurse, Riyadh International College. Sudan

Assessment of Nursing Knowledge Regarding Immediate Care of Patients Post Open Heart Surgery in Alshab Teaching Hospital.

The postoperative course of a patient undergoing cardiac surgery (CS) is dictated by a largely predictable set of interactions between disease-specific and therapeutic factors. ICU nursing staff needs to quickly develop a detailed understanding of the patient’s current status and how critical care should be provided the aim of this study to assess nurse's knowledge regarding immediate care of the postoperative open heart surgery patient.

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Ms. Naurin Farhan

Speaker, Public Health Specialist, Global Good Will Ambassador Pakistan

SRHR issues on advocacy in Pakistan

Pakistan is one of the patriarchal society where speaking on SRHR to be talk as capsulated taboo among every individual where else  it’s hard to find proper language or terminology to communicate  as it’s taken Tobe taboo for that everything belongs to SRHR is hash ! On the other side of the screen, the role of  funding and interest of governmental and non-governmental representatives  on SRHR is huge sternly the picture is complex where more violence, abuses, morbidity and mortality are at peak which crosses its trash hold to leave the unfolded sabotage of physical, emotional , and mental wellbeing’s in surroundings. Furthermore, the usage of knowledge is inappropriate where the height of offensiveness is more empowered then preparedness to be act individual on flight and lights modes appropriately, moreover, the myths and misconception as carried as strong tie knot from generation to be transformed wisely and supremely followed as holy and precious ancestor’s calls. The practices are so strong with holding its significance value belief system, which even can deny the modern and evidence based practices effortlessly. However to deal these track trickles one should be phenomenal person with the same community to understand the cultural sensitivity along with inclusion to address on SRHR with this shift of paradigm youth can play vital role to reduce the gender inequality , discrimination , abuses , penetration and crimes in reproductive health care system. The oral presentation will be endeavors based on my community lead volunteer on SRHR across Pakistan to provide the strategies and recommendation and how to create the obstruction, which allow people to approach the right person on right, time to be subsidized from uninviting scenario.

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Komal Sohani

Manager Nursing, at Dr Ziaudddin hospital Clifton campus

Attitude of patients and their attendants towards digital communication technologies to communicate with healthcare providers

Interaction between patients and healthcare providers is very important for the quality of care. Social networking sites, apps and other forms of digital communication such as WhatsApp, Facebook, blogs and emails have opened new ways of communications between patients and healthcare providers. The aim of this study is to assess the attitude of patients and their attendants using digital communication technologies to interact with healthcare providers for a number of reasons such as health education and details of test result. A total of 621 patients and their attendants participated in this study. The data were analyzed using Chi-square statistical test. Among respondents, 90.8% (n=564) used Facebook, 92.6% (n=575) used text messages (SMS & WhatsApp), 82.1% (n=510) used email, 63.1% (n=392) used Skype/ video call, and 24.3% (n=151) respondents favored twitter messages. 81.3% n=505 respondents want to join Facebook page to communicate with other patients (p=0.000) whereas 67.1% n=417 of them want to sign-up to receive twitter message from health care provider (p=0.000). Majority of the patients and their attendants are moving toward a social media and digital communication technology, and prefer communication with healthcare provider and their peers regarding treatment, diagnosis and health education.

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Maria Weissenboeck

Psychologist and psychotherapist, University of Vienna, Austria

Why taking Care on Mental Health for Women during Pregnancy and Postnatal Time? – The Important Connection to Mental Health of next Generation. Practical Considerations

Introduction Mental disorders such as pre- and postpartal depression and psychosis are important facts on which attention should be paid on. It is important to support mothers suffering on these disorders not only for their own positive coping, but especially for their attachment to their newborns. Especially if there have been problems during pregravid time, pregnancy and birth.

We know about the difficulties of mothers feeling not as good and competent mothers. Since there are a lot of social asserts a mother has to accept and represent.

All professionals working with mothers during pregnancy and after birth should be aware and focused on that topic to identify possible/potential psychic instabilities and be able to handle them.

This presentation will show the impact of mental stability and practical impulses, which will help to improve mental stability for mothers and their children. On the other side it will make it easier to identify postpartal mental difficulties.

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Areeba Akber

Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan

Nurses Role during Perinatal Bereavement

The loss of a pregnancy is a physiological and emotional challenge for the mothers especially. This time is extremely difficult for the parents and they can exhibit emotions like anger, shock, emptiness, helplessness and loneliness. Nurses are expected to care for the bereaved families and parents regardless whether they feel prepared or not. Unfortunately, many nurses face difficulties in dealing with the mothers experiencing pregnancy loss. Lack of education and training on how to communicate better create dissatisfaction in the bereaved families. Similar incident I encountered where a female patient was dealt in a very insensitive manner during her 21st week of pregnancy which was to be terminated due to bulging of the fetal membranes. It is necessary for nurses to be well prepared to support the grieving mothers thus making nursing a trusted profession. 

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Zahra Salim Jessani

Aga Khan University, School of Nursing and Midwifery

Importance of Insight in the Recovery of Mental Illness

Mental illness makes a person denies of its own existence (Tracy, n.d.). It interferes with their thoughts, beliefs and perception which creates difficulty to understand one’s illness and becomes a barrier to recovery. Understanding of illness is the main protective factor that increases the chance of recovery. Hamilton and Roper (2006) stated “Insight is a glimpse or view beneath the surface, the faculty or power of thus seeing” (p. 416). The problem arises when an individual doesn’t comprehend about their illness which hinders in the treatment regimen. According to Chakraborty and Basu (2010), lack of insight is when patients are unaware about their illness which becomes an obstacle in their recovery.

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Zoya Walani

The Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan

Religious Beliefs and Health Practices

Understanding religious beliefs of an individual plays a vital role in identifying health care needs and the methods used to treat patient effectively. If we talk about women, religious beliefs are most important for them because in every religion women is the center of attraction and that’s why a women needs to be very vigilant in their every action including their pregnancy time. The fact is that it’s a patient autonomy to treat them according to their beliefs, but unfortunately we as a healthcare provider do not understand this and we force them to do that actions which are prohibited in their religion, and this is because of communication gap between a patient and a healthcare provider. I personally encountered a situation in which same thing happened with a patient who belongs to Hindu religion. We have to remember that only by understanding the religious beliefs of individuals can help healthcare providers to effectively meet healthcare needs of patients of a diverse religious beliefs. In a nutshell, to respect patient’s autonomy and their religious beliefs, we as a health care provider should strengthen our skills of communication by taking complete history of a patient including their demographic data which we do not even bother for.

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Reham Hamad Alshahrani

King Khalid University, Department of Fundamental of Nursing Care, Abha, KSA

Mothers' Perception Regarding the psychosocial effects of Information Communication Technology on School-Age Children

Children live in a world of ICTs and are increasing their use of devices. These devices are used often for entertainment, but may also be used in different contexts, such as children using ICTs in the classroom or in other educational settings. Mothers' perceptions are also important to enhance benefits and reduce risks by directing and supervising their children’s use. Aims: The aim of this study was to assess mothers' perceptions regarding their school-age children’s (6-12 years old) use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) and its effects on their psychosocial development.

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Ghulam Mustafa Rajput

Associate Professor Nursing, Peoples University of Medical & Health Sciences, Pakistan

The Way, Nursing Care Quality, Affects the Patient Healing.

The nurses are among the stake that delivers the care to the patient, hence; it the global primacy to improve the quality care that nurse could deliver for the better outcome of the patient.

Seven factors were identified in this research study, that can affect the performance of nurses in caring of the patient, that include: over burden / nurse patient ratio (69) 98%, Educational quality (60) 85%, Factors that affect working environment (56) 80%, Effect of duty routine on patient care (52.5)75%, Loss of enthusiasm & interest in patient care (49.5) 70%, Interprofesional communication & feedback (47.06)68%, Nosocomial infections & hygiene.

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Saima Rajpali

The Aga Khan University and Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan

Helping Patients Cope With Grief: Creating a Pathway for Nurses

In the past, nursing students learnt about anatomy and physiology of a system, dealt with an infected toe, a brain with infarcts, a heart with surgeries etc. but nowadays, students are learning about the wholeness of people, an adolescent coping wit self-esteem and ego, a young adult grieving or feeling stigmatized with the diagnosis of canc and its complications. This is the world of Oncology.

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Mona Ahmad Al Sherim

King Khliad University, Department of Surgical-Medical Nursing, Abha, KSA

Problem Based Learning versus Lecture Based Learning in Medi-cal-Surgical Nursing

 This study was to investigate the effect of problem-based learning (PBL) & lecture-based learning (LBL) on nursing students regarding their level of knowledge, satisfaction and level of confidence in diabetes mellitus lesson. Sitting: This study was conducted at college of nursing, King Saud University, Riyadh Region, Saudi Arabia. Methods and Sample: The research design was a crossover interventional true experimental design was used in this study. It was conducted among nursing students. Simple random sample technique was used to recruit the study sample of 20 female students enrolled in level 5 Nursing College, KSU were recruited in the current study. Students randomly were divided into PBL and LBL and each group have the same inclusion criteria and same the specified lesson. Data of the current study were collected using three tools: Tool 1- the socio-demographic data.

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Mr. Mehran Khan

DEAN, Faculty of Nursing & Public Health, Prime Institute of Health Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan

IMPACT OF NURSE INITIATED PRE-OPERATIVE COUNSELING ON POST OPERATIVE PAIN AND ANXIETY

Patient education/counseling are the most effective strategy used by nurses to empower their patients. Patients hospitalized for surgical interventions usually afraid of the unknown of surgical intervention and the annoying environment of the hospital, thus patient needs physical and psychological preparation before surgical intervention. The process of hospitalization as well as surgery (minor or major) develop and anxiety and stress in patient at the time of admission. Inadequate pre-operative education/counseling lead to increases post-operative outcomes such as pain and anxiety. These two major consequences of surgical intervention leads to a number of complications such as delay recovery, delay resuming of bowel movements, overburden the care giver financially, readmission and even treatment failure. 

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H. Saca-Hazboun

Bethlehem University, Bethlehem, Palestine

Knowledge and Health Beliefs about Breast Cancer Screening among Rural Palestinian Women in Bethlehem Governorate: a cross-sectional survey

Breast cancer is the most frequent type of cancer among women and is diagnosed at advanced stages of the disease. This delay in diagnosis results in poor survival outcomes even though the incidence rates are less than 40 cases per 100,000 women (Ferlay, Shin, Bray, Forman, Mathers, & Parkin, 2010).  In the Occupied Palestinian Territories (oPt), women are less likely to participate in breast cancer screening.

The aim of the study is to examine rural Palestinian women’s level of knowledge about and beliefs toward breast cancer screening (BCS), and to test if there are differences in demographic variables (age, level of education, socioeconomic status, health insurance) between women who participated in mammography vs. those who did not participate in mammography. 

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