Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 25th World Congress on Nursing Care Melbourne, Australia.

Day 2 :

Nursing Care Congress 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Chris Gaul photo
Biography:

Chris completed her Masters in Nursing (Clinical) in 2014 and is a Senior Academic Staff member within the Department of Health and Fitness team at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology where she co-ordinates the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing programme. Chris’s research interests prodominately focus on supporting undergraduate nursing education and include attrition strategies and the use of technologies for learning. Her clinical interests are based on her passion to promote best practices in Aged Care and specifically the person with dementia.

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Keynote Forum

Yang Fang

Zhejiang University,China

Keynote: "Effect on resilience for psychological health for nursing students"

Time : 9:30-10:00

Nursing Care Congress 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Yang Fang photo
Biography:

Fang Yang has completed her Ph.D. from the Second Millitary Medical University and Postdoctoral studies from the University of Edinburgh, School of Nursing. She is now been as the Professor of Nursing as well as Associate Dean of School of Nursing of Zhejiang University City College, China. Also she is employed visiting professor of School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care of Edinburgh Napier University, UK from 2014 till now. She has published more than 60 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as 6 editorial board member of repute including 3 international journals.

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  • Nursing Care Practice
Speaker
Biography:

Ying Yang has studied at School of Nursing, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology at two distinct periods: 2011-2015 (study for bachelor of nursing at School of Nursing); 2015 to present (study for master of nursing at School of Nursing). She was named as “Excellent Graduate” of HUST in 2015 and got the qualification of recommended exemption graduate. Her five papers have been accepted by Chinese core journals, of which two published and three under preparation for publication. She is participating in two research projects now.

Abstract:

In recent years, some epidemiological surveys of risk factors for COPD have been done in China, but the relevance is shown different in these surveys. A systematic review and meta-analysis was undertaken to identify the main risk factors of COPD in Chinese mainland population.

 

Methods:

All language, original, full-text research articles published between January 1 1989 and September 31, 2016 were searched through electronic databases, including The Cochrane Library, PubMed, CNKI, CBM, WanFang Data and so on. Case-control studies on the incidence of COPD were systematically included and analyzed using Comprehensive Meta-Analysis v2 software.

Results:

Twenty studies involving 7372 cases and 8394 controls were included in this study. Ten factors were extracted as risk factors of COPD, including smoking (OR=2.29, 95%CI: 1.94 to 2.71), occupational exposure (OR=2.07, 95%CI: 1.30 to 3.27), family history of respiratory system disease (OR=1.96, 95%CI: 1.61 to 2.38), coal or biomass burning (OR=2.19, 95%CI: 1.56 to 3.08), low BMI (OR=3.28, 95%CI: 2.74 to 3.92), gender (male) (OR=1.42, 95%CI: 1.06 to 1.88), low education degree (OR=1.29, 95%CI: 1.03 to 1.61), passive smoking (OR=1.76, 95%CI: 1.23 to 2.53), allergy history (OR=2.19, 95%CI: 1.16 to 4.13) and chronic occupational exposure respiratory disease during childhood (OR=2.47, 95%CI: 1.43 to 4.27).

Speaker
Biography:

Andina Setyawati has completed her Master at the age of 25 years from Indonesia University School of Nursing. She is the lecture of medical surgical nursing. She is an editor of ICON Journal, a nursing journal conducting by Hasanuddin University School of Nursing

Abstract:

Diabetic ulcer is a main health problem, which was found in 15% of 200 million Diabetes Mellitus patients waorldwide and will increase 2,5% annually. Ulcer can become infection’s port d’entry, disrupt peripher blood flow progressively and can cause delayed healing.  Hence, it needs innovation on each phase of wound healing, including herbal medicine such as Psidium Guajava Lynn. This study aims to determine the effect of Psidium Guajava Lynn. on MMP-9 and TIMP-1 ratio of patients with Diabetic ulcer. This was a quasy experiment study with pre and post-test design with controlled group. Subjects were accidentaly selected in this study. MMP-9 and TIMP-1 was evaluated on first visit and baseline laboratories were taken by ELISA. Each subject in the group of intervention took psydium guajava lynn to wash the ulcer each three days. After 10 times, repeat laboratory examinations were taken. No adverse were reported during the trial. The data were analyzed using paired T-test with significance level of  a≤ 0.05. This study found a significant on decreasing ratio on intervention group and increasing ratio on control group (p=0,000). This study found significant different of psidium guajava lynn on changing the ratio of MMP-9 and TIMP-1 (p=0,035). This study concludes that psidium guajava lynn could decrease MMP-9 and TIMP-1 ratio for diabetic ulcer patients.

Speaker
Biography:

Nuurhidayat Jafar has completed her Master at the age of 25 years from Indonesia University School of Nursing. She is the lecture of nursing. He has published his studies at some national journals

Abstract:

Infection is a common complication in diabetic foot ulcer that contribute to the improvement of morbidity and mortality. It is necessary to create wound care innovations. Psidium Guajava Lynn is presumed to help wound healing through FIS exudation inhibition in a way of α-PDGF suppression by MMP-9’s binding of zinc. This study aimed to determine the effect of Psidium guajava L. on wound regeneration. This was a quasy experiment study with pre and post-test design with controlled group. 34 Subjects were accidentaly selected in this study. Wound scoring of regeneration was evaluated every three days with Bates-Jensen wound assessment. Each subject in group of intervention took psydium guajava lynn to soaked and primary dressed the ulcer every three days. After 10 times, repeat wound scoring were taken. No adverse were reported during the trial. The data were analyzed using Mann Whitney U with significance level of  a≤ 0.05. This study found a significant greater reduction on wound scores in intervention group (p=0.048). This study found that Psidium guajava Lynn soaking therapy could stimulate infective diabetic wound regeneration

Speaker
Biography:

Dr. Clark has twelve years of clinical and public health nursing experience. Her research has highlighted the dire need for widespread prevention efforts regarding the opioid overdose epidemic in the United States. Dr. Clark has developed E-learning tools that are novel in combatting the epidemic. Her work includes how to respond to opioid overdose, including the use of naloxone and how to identify and prevent opioid overdoses. She also created an interprofessional educational iBook that highlighted medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid-use disorders. She was recently recognized for her work by the University of Cincinnati receiving the E-learning champion award.
 

Abstract:

The evaluation of  treatment fidelity is an important methodological consideration in intervention research. Treatment fidelity is the degree to which interventions are delivered as outlined by the program developers.  A lack of fidelity to the intervention model has the potential to be a large source of error, including type I and type II error. Monitoring and assuring fidelity is critical to assuring the validity of the interventions. The Fidelity Checklist, as created by Dr. Breitenstein is used to assess group leaders’ maintenance of the intervention protocol (adherence) and their group facilitation and process skills (competence). The purpose of this presentation is to describe a systematic process of modifying the Fidelity Checklist for use in opioid overdose prevention interventions.

Methods

A biphasic approach was used to modify The Fidelity Checklist for three different overdose prevention programs. Phase 1 includes engaging key stakeholders to determine adherence subscale components. Phase 2 included: (1) the modification of the competence subscale of the Fidelity Checklist, (2) adaptation of the coding manual defining the components of The Fidelity Checklist, and (3) creating a fidelity checklist to guide interventionists.

Results

The biphasic systematic modification approach resulted in a revised Fidelity Checklist that increases the validity of  interventions and strenghtens ths impact of opioid overdose prevention efforts.

Conclusions

Fidelity measurement is an important methodological step that promotes sound research interventions. This presentation will assist researchers to better understand fidelity and a step by step process for adapting a reliable and valid tool to measure fidelity.