‘Leveraging digital technology for health and healthcare’ Prof Wolter Paans Ph.D., Hanze University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Dr Colman Noctor Thursday 7 March
Developing digital resilience in an era of technology and anxiety Dr Colman Noctor: RANP, Psychoanalytical Psychotherapist in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin and RANP, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services
Panel discussion Wednesday 6 March
How do we know if ICT helps or hinders the nurse or midwife?
Panel members Prof Wolter Paans: Hanze University, The Netherlands Dr Colman Noctor: Trinity College Dublin / St Patrick’s Mental Health Services Prof Michael J Rigby: Emeritus Professor of Health Information Strategy at Keele University Dr Pamela Hussey: School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University Ms Loretta Grogan: eHealth Ireland
Workshops for registered delegates Thursday 7 March
Clinical Simulation Workshops
An opportunity to spend some time in our new Trinity Simulation Suite, with the latest high fidelity mannequins (laerdal) to explore the most up-to-date innovations, that produce the highest standards of clinical education for all healthcare professional
Writing for publication
an introduction to writing for publication and highlighting tips for success
Professor Fiona Timmins
What do we need to communicate? Electronic records, integrated care and patient-centricity
Electronic health records are simultaneously the vision and the dread; the solution and the problem. Integrated care is everyone’s goal and everyone’s disruption. And putting the patient at the centre is at the same time obvious and a challenge. This workshop will try to open up some of these issues, show what can be achieved and what are the pitfalls, and highlight the role of nurses as users, information generators, and key influencer
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