INVITATION


Dear Colleagues,


The Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing is honored to invite you to the 7th International Nursing Management Conference which will be held between October 25-27th 2018 in Bodrum, Turkey.


Jo Corlett argues that “the theory-practice gap has been the subject of much debate within nursing. Issues include: where the gap is, whether it is a positive or negative phenomenon and whether attempts should be made to bridge it”. Both educators and managers have worked together to answer these issues.


As a result of these discussions we are proud to announce the conference theme:


“Nurses are Hand in Hand: Impacting the Future of Health Care”.

Nurses responsible for leading or managing a professional practice ask themselves how they can create a climate where: Nurses grow and flourish, patients and families receive the highest quality care, and professionals work collaboratively to ensure quality patient care.


The conference addresses these issues:
  • Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in health care
  • Management and leadership for best practices in health care
  • Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
  • Evidence based practices impacting health care
  • United for the future: Learning from experience

The program will be a memorable one, one in which recognized experts address the conference topics in both oral and poster presentations.


We will be requesting continuing education credits certification from the International Council of Nurses. This has been approved for previous INMC conferences.


We look forward to welcoming you in Bodrum, Turkey in October 2018. Join us in Bodrum!



Assoc. Prof. Süheyla Abaan
Conference Chair






ORGANIZING COMMITTEE *

Emine Kuruca ÖzdemirHacettepe University, Turkey
Fatoş KorkmazHacettepe University, Turkey
Gülden BasitHacettepe University, Turkey
Gülhan ErkuşAdıyaman University, Turkey
Özlem ArıburnuHacettepe University, Turkey
Seher Başaran AçılHacettepe University, Turkey
Sergül DuyguluHacettepe University, Turkey
Sevda ArslanMunzur University, Turkey
Süheyla AbaanHacettepe University, Turkey
Şenay GülHacettepe University, Turkey
Şenay SarmasoğluHacettepe University, Turkey

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE *

Anne E. SalesUniversity of Michigan School of Nursing, USA
Daina Voita
 
Riga Medical College of the University of Latvia,
Latvia

Daniel J. PesutUniversity of Minnesota School of Nursing, USA
Elvio Henriques De JesusCatholic University of Portugal, Portugal
Emine TürkmenKoç University, Turkey
Fahriye VatanEge University, Turkey
Guillaume Henri Jean Alinier
 
Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar
University of Hertfordshire, UK

Hicran ÇavuşoğluHacettepe University, Turkey
Havva ÖztürkKaradeniz Technical University, Turkey
Leyla DinçHacettepe University, Turkey
Iris Meyenburg-AltwargHannover Medical School, Germany
Linda RousselTexas Woman’s University, USA
Lisbeth Fagerström
 
Åbo Akademi University, Finland
University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

Maggie Ozan RaffertyBlessing Health System Quincy, Illinois, USA
Mericia Bettencourt
 
Escola Superior de Enfermagem
S. Jose de Cluny, Portugal

Miaofen YenNational Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Ramón Camaño PuigUniversity of Valencia, Spain
Ronald PiscottyUniversity of Maryland, USA
Süheyla AbaanHacettepe University, Turkey
Sergül DuyguluHacettepe University, Turkey
Sevilay Şenol ÇelikHacettepe University, Turkey
Stephen TeeBournemouth University, UK
Şeyda Seren İntepelerDokuz Eylül University, Turkey
Victoria RichUniversity of South Florida, USA
Zaid Al-HamdanUniversity of Science and Technology, Jordan






* The names are listed in alphabetical order.




CONFERENCE THEME AND TOPICS


THEME

  • Nurses are Hand in Hand: Impacting the Future of Health Care

TOPICS

  • Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in health care
  • Management and leadership for best practices in health care
  • Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating safety culture
  • Legal and ethical issues in health care
  • Evidence based practices to impact health care
  • United for the future: Learning from examples



PROGRAM





OCTOBER 25th 2018, THURSDAY

MAIN HALL HALL 1* HALL 2* HALL 3*
08.00 - 09.30 Conference Registration
09.30 - 10.00 Welcome Speeches
Suheyla Abaan

Hacettepe University, Turkey
Leyla Dinc
Hacettepe University,
Dean of Faculty of Nursing, Turkey

Haluk Ozen
Rector of Hacettepe University
10.00 - 10.35 Plenary Lecture I
Nurses are Hand in Hand: Impacting the Future of Health Care
Suheyla Abaan
Hacettepe University, Turkey
10.35 - 10.55
COFFEE BREAK
10.55 - 11.45 Plenary Lecture II
“Leading Changes in Health Care: Building Partnership Between Educators and Practitioners”
Lisbeth Fagerström
Buskerud University College, Norway
11.45 - 12.45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS (I)
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Nursing Management Issues in Practice
Moderator: Stephen Tee
Bournemouth University, UK
Moderator: Fatos Korkmaz
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Senay Sarmasoglu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Seher Basaran Acil
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Abstract:0101
Socially Responsible Leadership: A Study with Nursing and Medical Faculty Students

Betül Sönmez, Öznur İspir, Fatma Azizoğlu, Seniha Bilge Hapçıoğlu, Aytolan Yıldırım
Abstract:0100
Opinions and Attitudes of Nursing Students Towards Medical Errors

Gülcan Taşkıran, Nihal Ünaldı Baydın, Ülkü Baykal
Abstract:0158
Examination of the Transformational Leadership Practices of The Unit Charge Nurses

Emel Arslan, Fahriye Vatan
Abstract:0156
The Validity and Reliability of Organizational Culture and Readiness for System-Wide Implementation of EBP (OCRSIEP) for Turkish Sample

Yasemin Ayhan Öncü, Şeyda Seren Intepeler, Gülseren Kocaman
Abstract:0282
Role of Jordanian Nurses in Clinical Decision Making

Zaid Al-Hamdan, Hala Bawadi
Abstract:0114
The Turkish Version of Handover Evaluation Scale: A Validity and Reliability Study

Rujnan Tuna, Birşen Kahraman
Abstract:0115
Development and Psychometric Evaluation of Nursing Audit Tool

Dilek Ekici, Tuğba Mert
Abstract:0270
The Effects of Magnet and Non-Magnet Hospitals on Nurse Outcomes: Systematic Review

Nurcan Bilgin, Ezgi Bolat, Dilek Özmen
Abstract:0122
Effects of Workload on Turnover Intention of Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Study in Bulgaria

Rumyana Stoyanova
Abstract:0253
Nurses' Perception of Using Empowering Discourse for Patient Education: A Qualitative Study

Selma Atay, Gulnur Akkaya, Sergul Duygulu
Abstract:0278
Determination of Satisfaction and Opinions of Physicians and Midwifes Working at Maternal-Friendly Hospital

Nursen Bolsoy, Mehmet Gülşen, Birgül Çelebi Yavaş
Abstract:0153
Nurses' Views on Frequency of Nurse-Patient/Family Conflicts, Reasons and Resolutions of These Conflicts

Handan Özdemir, Süheyla Abaan
12.45 - 13.45
LUNCH
13.10 - 13.40
POSTER SESSIONS (I)
13.45 - 14.35 Plenary Lecture III
Doctor of Nursing Practice: Perspective for Future Planning”
Linda Roussel
Texas Woman's University, Denton, USA
14.35 - 15.20 Plenary Lecture IV
The Best Way to Predict the (Healthcare) Future is to Create It”
Iris Meyenburg-Altwarg
Medical University Hannover, Germany European Nurse Directors Association
 15.20 - 15.40
COFFEE BREAK
15.40 - 17.40 CONCURRENT SESSIONS (II)
Title of Session
United for the future: Learning from experience
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Moderator: Miaofen Yen
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Moderator: Sergul Duygulu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Leyla Dinc
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Suheyla Abaan
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Abstract:0137
Innovative Behavior Inventory and Innovation Support Inventory: Reliability and Validity Study with the Turkish Nurses

Betül Sönmez, Öznur İspir, Merve Önal, Ramazan Emiralioğlu
Abstract:0102
The Relationship Between Nursing Students’ Personality Traits, Entrepreneurship Tendencies and Career Adaptability

Oznur Ispir, Esengül Elibol, Betül Sönmez
Abstract:0138
Evaluation of National Studies, Which Had Been Published in the Last Decade (2008-2017) Related to "Patient Safety" in Turkey: A Bibliographic Review

Gamze Uğuz, Gülcan Taşkıran, Feride Eşkin Bacaksız, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0185
Feasibility Study of a Smartphone Application for Managing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Şahika Şimşek Çetinkaya, Gülten Koç
Abstract:0245
Electronic Clinical Decision Support System in Critical Care Unit

Ayten Zeydan, Yasemin Tekdöş Şeker, Canan Kander, Hülya Şahindokuyucu, Oya Hergünsel
Abstract:0262
Turkish Version of the Authentic Leadership Questionnaire

Hasan Fehmi Dirik, Şeyda Seren İntepeler
Abstract:0213
Nurses’ Experiences Supervising Nursing Students in the Clinical Placement: A Qualitative Study

Senay Gul, Sevda Arslan, Gülhan Erkus
Abstract:0165
Attitudes of Nurses Towards Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual and Intersex Individuals in Public Hospitals: A Descriptive Cros-Sectional Multicenter Study

Hanife Çakır, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0171
Evaluation of Clinical Manager Nurses According to Leadership Theories By Nursing Students

Bilgen Özlük
Abstract:0147
Evaluating Views of Nurses About Leaning Nursing Activities at Hospitals

Çiğdem Torun Kılıç, Havva Öztürk
Abstract:0144
Comparison of Career Stress Levels of Fourth-Year Nursing Students in Two Different Educational System

Yasemin Ayhan Öncü, Menevşe Samur, Şeyda Seren Intepeler
Abstract:0224
The Effect of Nurses’ Levels of Trust in Their Managers on Their Organizational Commitment

Ayşe Akgerman, Betül Sönmez
Abstract:0151
Effect of Nurses’ Job Satisfaction on Their Organizational Commitment Level

Zehra Üner, Emine Türkmen
Abstract:0283
Investigation of Nurses’ Individual and Professional Autonomy

Esra Erikmen, Fahriye Vatan
Abstract:0281
Structured Academic-Clinical Collaboration; Experiences of The Implementing Empowerment Program for Unit Charge Nurse

Aysegul Yılmaz, Sergül Duygulu
Abstract:0234
The Effect of Some Characteristics of Nurses And The Ethical Behavior of The Managers on the Organizational Commitment of Nurses

Özlem Helvacı, Zuhal Bahar, Nilgün Göktepe
Abstract:0242
The Relationship Between Time Management Skills and Social Network Use in University Students

Fatma Er, Ahmet Taşhan, Derya Sever Aslan
Abstract:0180
The Relationship Between Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction on Nurses

Mehmet Gülşen, Dilek Özmen
Abstract:0172
PINT-SIZE Errors of Room: A Method in Assessment of Medical Errors Determination Skills of Nursing Students

Merve Tarhan, Pınar Doğan
Abstract:0237
Effects of Nurse Managers’ Leadership Approaches on Nurses’ Attitudes Towards The Organization in Turkey: A Scoping Review

Hatice Çamveren, Serap İleri, Emine Sarıoğlu, Gülseren Kocaman
21.00 - 23.00
Welcome Reception
      * Simultaneous translation will only be available at the Main Hall.

OCTOBER 26th 2018, FRIDAY

MAIN HALL HALL 1* HALL 2* HALL 3*
09.00 - 09.45 Plenary Lecture V
What is Effective Nurse Leadership? - A Patient and Public Perspective
Stephen Tee
Bournemouth University, UK
09.45 - 10.30 Plenary Lecture VI
Threading the Objectives of Leadership Competences into a Nursing Curriculum: Implementation and Evaluation
Miaofen Yen
National Cheng Kung University Taiwan.
10.30 - 10.50
COFFEE BREAK
10.50 - 12.30
CONCURRENT SESSIONS (III)
Title of Session
Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in health care
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
Moderator: Lisbeth Fagerström
Buskerud University College, Norway
Moderator: Fatoş Korkmaz
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Sergul Duygulu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Senay Sarmasoglu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Abstract:0176
The Relationship Between the Career Choise and Learning Satisfaction Among Nursing Students

Hülya Fırat Kılıç, Bahar Ak
Abstract:0193
Attitudes of Students in Crosscultural Mental Health Care: A Qualitative Study

Yeter Sinem Üzar Özçetin, Steve Trenoweth, Stephen Tee
Abstract:0150
Evaluation of the Problems of Executive Nurses in Their Working Environment by the Pareto Principle

Bilgen Özlük
Abstract:0141
The Turkish Version of The Health Professional Education in Patient Safety Survey: H-PEPSStr

Gülcan Taşkıran, Feride Eşkin Bacaksız, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0136
Beliefs and Adherence Associated with Oral and Infusion Chelation Therapies in Jordanian Children and Adolescents with Thalassemia Major: A Comparative Study

Ghada Mohammad Abu Shosha
Abstract:0239
Investigations on the Reasons of Turnover Nurses in Emergency Services

Serap Çelik, Aydanur Öztürk, Sevda Polat, Halil Doğan, Doğaç Niyazi Özüçelik
Abstract:0227
The Influence of Nurses’ Occupational Professionalism Level Upon Work-Life Quality

Serap Altuntaş, Necmettin İşci, Fuat Kahraman
Abstract:0220
Nursing Students’ Attitudes Toward Mobile Learning

Gülden Basit, Fatoş Korkmaz, Şenay Sarmasoğlu
Abstract:0161
The Professional Motivation in Senior Nursing Students

Gülcan Çiftçioğlu, Güzin Ayan
Abstract:0249
Evaluation of Working Environment of Nurses Working In A Private Healthcare Group

Saliha Koç Aslan, Şehriban Serbest, Berfu Şengöz
Abstract:0260
Factors Affect to Level of Burnout of Nurses Which Labor at Public and University Hospitals

Merve Yavas, Gülnur Akkaya
Abstract:0247
Effects of The Quality of Work Life of Nurses on Mental Health Status

Aysel Abbasoğlu, Ebru Akgün Çıtak, Canan Yiyit, Demet Sabancı, Fatma Coşkun
Abstract:0272
Academic–Clinical Partnership: A Way of Developing Nursing Students’ Competencies

Sergul Duygulu, Süheyla Abaan, Seher Başaran Açıl, Emine Kuruca Ozdemir
Abstract:0129
An Important Tool in Employee Motivation ''Appreciation'', Determination of Appreciation Methods Perceived by Employees Using Appreciation Methods Applied by Executive Nurses Along with Group Coaching Method

Özge Hayta, Şehnaz Berna Zerengök
Abstract:0166
Were the Nurses Satisfied with The Clinical Career Ladder (Advancement) Model in A Private Hospital?

Ruziye Ekim, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0251
Reviewing the Patient's Falls Occurred Following Implementation of the Fall Prevention Program

Azize Karahan, Sultan Kav, Ziyafet Uğurlu, Berrak Balanuye, Hülya Karaer
Abstract:0162
Nurses’ Perceptions of Organizational Climate and Psychological Empowerment and The Correlation Between Two Constructs

Emine Kuruca Özdemir, Süheyla Abaan
Abstract:0246
Transitional Care Model: An Opportunity to Bring Together Nurse Educators and Practioners

Simge Çoşkun, Sergül Duygulu
12.30 - 13.30
LUNCH
13.00 - 13.30
POSTER SESSIONS (II)
13.30 - 14.50 SYMPOSIUM
Educators and Nurses are Hand in Hand: Learning from Country Examples
Moderator: Suheyla Abaan
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Speakers
Miaofen Yen

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Banu Saritas
Anadolu Medical Center, Turkey
Iris Meyenburg-Altwarg
Medical University Hannover, Germany European Nurse Directors Association
14.50 - 15.30 Plenary Lecture VII
Using Standardized Simulation to Develop Nursing Leaders
Maggie Ozan Rafferty
Blessing Health System in Quincy, USA
15.30 - 15.50
COFFEE BREAK
15.50 - 17.30 CONCURRENT SESSIONS (IV)
Title of Session
Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
Title of Session
Nursing Management Issues in Practice
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Moderator: Linda Roussel
Texas Woman's University, USA
Moderator: Fatos Korkmaz
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Iris Meyenburg-Altwarg
Medical University Hannover, Germany European Nurse Directors Association
Moderator: Suheyla Abaan
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Abstract:0126
Comparison Between Web-Based and Paper Versions of A Self-Administered B-HSOPSC Questionnaire

Rumyana Stoyanova, Rositsa Dimova, Tatyana Boeva, Miglena Tarnovska
Abstract:0269
The Study of Reliability and Validity of Employee Silence and Voice Behaviour Scale

Nurcan Bilgin, Mehmet Gülşen, Adalet Kutlu, Sezgi Çınar Pakyüz
Abstract:0240
Evaluating the Relationship Between Nursing Students' Academic Dishonesty Tendency and Basic Values

Yeliz Akkuş, Arzu Karabağ Aydın, Arzu Akkuş Aydemir
Abstract:0125
Determining The Relationship Between Personality Traits And Perceptions of Problem Solving Abilities of Nursing Managers

Esengül Elibol, Güneş Çevik
Abstract:0169
The Effect of Collaboration Amongst Nurses on the Patient Safety Culture

Serpil Celik Durmuş, Mehmet Fatih Gezer
Abstract:0173
The Effects of Nurses’ Demographic, Work-Related Variables and Colleague Solidarity on Job Motivation

Nilgün Göktepe, Begum Yalcin, Emine Turkmen, Ummuhan Kocaer, Melek Aydın
Abstract:0163
Nurses’ Description of Their Work Environment in Both Positive and Negative Terms

Emine Kuruca Özdemir, Süheyla Abaan
Abstract:0192
Competency and Perspectives of Nursing Students in Crosscultural Mental Health Care

Yeter Sinem Üzar Özçetin, Steve Trenoweth, Stephen Tee
Abstract:0140
Adaptation of the Safety Climate Survey for Use With Turkish Nurses

Hasan Fehmi Dirik, Şeyda Seren İntepeler
Abstract:0188
The Relationship Between the Decision Making and Job Stress Among Nurses: A Cros-Sectional Survey Study

Selin Denizsever, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0256
The Reflections to Application Fields of the List of Nursing Interventions in The Nursing Regulations

Mehmet Gülşen, Nurcan Bilgin, Adalet Kutlu, Ümran Bingöl, Ferya Karadağ Yalçın
Abstract:0164
A New Approach in Nursing Services: Lean Management

Çiğdem Torun Kılıç, Havva Öztürk
Abstract:0143
The Patient Safety Reporting System at Tartu University Hospital

Tiina Freimann
Abstract:0202
Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing and Burnout Syndrome

Aydanur Oztürk, Serap Celik, Birgül Odül Ozkaya, Merih Cavuslu, Muhterem Sahin, Filiz Tatlıcı, Meryem Kocabey
Abstract:0250
Nurses’ Perspectives and Experiences on the Concept of Autonomy and Professional Autonomy

Seher Basaran Acil, Leyla Dinç
Abstract:0181
Examination of İndividual Workload Perceptions of Nurses Working at the University Hospital

Fahriye Vatan, Meltem Dursun Engin, Tuğçe Bıyıklı, Yeliz Özbulut, Tuğçe Eryılmaz, Büşra Yüceel
Abstract:0135
United for the Future: Learning from Examples

Nihada Besic
Abstract:0238
Determination Sleep Quality, Fatigue and Concentration of Nurses According to Working Shifts and Chronotype

Azize Karahan, Aysel Abbasoğlu, Ziyafet Uğurlu, Sevcan Avcı Işık, Gülşen Kılıç, Hatice Nalan Özhan Elbaş
Abstract:0123
The Impact of Work-Family/Family-Work Conflict on Burnout And Intention to Leave the Work Among Nurses

Muhteber Hüsmenoğlu, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0214
Determination of Nurses’ Ethical Climate Perception

Türkan Karaca, Gülhan Erkuş
      * Simultaneous translation will only be available at the Main Hall.

OCTOBER 27th 2018, SATURDAY

MAIN HALL HALL 1* HALL 2* HALL 3*
09.00 - 09.45 Plenary Lecture VIII
Leveraging Information Structures and Technology to Design Intelligent Practice Support Systems
Ronald J. Piscotty
University of Maryland, USA
09.45 - 10.30 Plenary Lecture IX
Medical Tourism – Global implications for Nursing Practice
Maggie Ozan Rafferty
Blessing Health System in Quincy, USA
10.30 - 10.50
COFFEE BREAK
10.50 - 11.30
CONCURRENT SESSIONS (V)
Title of Session
Management and leadership for best practices in health care
Title of Session
Nursing Management Issues in Practice
Title of Session
Nursing Management Issues in Practice
Title of Session
Nursing Management Issues in Practice
Moderator: Senay Sarmasoglu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Seher Basaran Acil
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Leyla Dinc
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Moderator: Sergul Duygulu
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Abstract:0259
Pressure Ulcer Risk Assessment in Elderly: Do We Assess Right?

Özlem Arıburnu, Fatoş Korkmaz
Abstract:0268
What Can Be Done to İncrease The Visibility Of Nursing Care? A Qualitative Study

Gizem Açıkgöz, Özlem İbrahimoğlu
Abstract:0261
Nurses Perception Levels of Spiritual and Spiritual Care and Relation to Spiritual Experience

Yeliz Akkus, Gülnur Akkaya, Duygu Gül
Abstract:0215
The Relationship Between Nurse Practice Environment Characteristics and Nurse Burnout Levels

Güzin Ayan, Gülcan Çiftçioğlu, Sevcan Sevimli
Abstract:0197
Investigating Conflict Management Styles and Emotional Intelligence of Charge Nurses

Meltem Ozduyan Kilic, Sergul Duygulu
Abstract:0271
Investigation of Person Organization and Job Fits of Different Generations Nurses

Nurcan Bilgin, Ümran Bingöl, Adalet Kutlu
Abstract:0265
Relationship Between the Compulsory Citizenship And Emotional Lanbour Among Nurses in A Public Hospital: A Descriptive, Cros-Sectional, Correlational Study

Naide Meltem Bilen, Arzu Kader Harmancı Seren
Abstract:0223
Application of the Mentoring Program in Occupational and Institutional Orientation of Nurses Starting to Work: Preliminary Application in A Pediatric Hospital

Handan Özdemir, Nilgün Beylik, Emine Özlem Yıldız
11.30 - 12.00
POSTER SESSIONS (III)
12.00 - 12.30
Closing Remarks
Sergul Duygulu

Hacettepe University, Turkey
12.30 - 13.30
LUNCH
      * Simultaneous translation will only be available at the Main Hall.

OCTOBER 27th 2018, SATURDAY - COURSE

14.00 - 14.30
Course Registration
MAIN HALL
14.30 - 18.00 Leadership Camp
Linda Roussel
Texas Woman’s University, USA









KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Linda ROUSSEL
Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, CNL
Professor, Texas Woman's University, Denton, USA


The Keynote Speaker will be Linda Roussel, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, CNL, recipient of the inaugural American Association of Colleges of Nursing Clinical Nurse Leader Educator Vanguard Award. Dr. Roussel’s practice initiatives focus on clinical nurse leadership, academic-clinical partnership and frontline engagement.Dr. Roussel has received Health Resources and Services Administration funding(HRSA) to establish a Neighborhood Healthcare Nurse-Managed Clinic for vulnerable populations. A previous nurse executive with more than 30 years of experience in health care, Dr. Roussel has served in leadership roles in acute, post-acute, long-term care, and transitional care management.

Dr. Roussel has authored and co-authored nursing textbooks including Management and Leadership for Nurse Administrators, Initiating and Sustaining The Nurse Leader Role, Project Planning and Management, A Guide for CNLs, DNPs, and Nurse Administrators, and Evidence-Based Practice, An Integrative Approach to Research, Administration, and Practice. She serves as a professor and faculty mentor for nursing students.




Miaofen YEN
PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor and Director of International Studies,
Department of Nursing, College of Medicine, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan City, Taiwan.

Miaofen Yen is teaching nursing administration, nursing theory and nursing research in advanced nursing programs. Her recent funded research studies focus on developing leadership competences for nursing students and generating strategies for promoting healthy lifestyle among patients with chronic illnesses. She was inducted as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) in 2012. She has demonstrated outstanding contribution in advanced nursing education with international recognitions. She received the inaugural Kim Mo Im Policy Innovation and Impact Award at the International Council of Nurses Congress in 2017. She also received an Excellent Contribution in Nursing Profession Award from Taiwan Nurses Association in 2018.




Stephen TEE
DClinP, MA, PGCEA, BA, DPSN, RMN, PFHEA
Professor, Executive Dean, Professor of Nurse Education & National Teaching Fellow
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences Bournemouth University,


Steve joined Bournemouth University as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences in September 2015. Before that he was Dean for education at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London and Associate Dean at the University of Southampton. He has worked in the NHS and in higher education for thirty years and provided strategic and operational leadership in a range of senior roles. He was a former Chair of the London Higher Health Group His research interests include participatory approaches to health care delivery and education particularly focusing on service user involvement. He has published widely on many aspects of nurse education in healthcare and has edited books and journals. He was appointed Principal Fellow of Kings College London and the Higher Education Academy in 2014 and National Teaching Fellow in 2015.




Iris MEYENBURG-ALTWARG
Managing Director of Nursing Medical University Hannover (MHH)
Director of the Academy for Nursing Education & Training at the MHH, Germany
President of ENDA


Qualifications:
cand. rer. biol. hum., Diplompflegewirtin, RN, EFQM Assessor
Main experience and positions held:
1. Current Position (since 2001) :Managing Director of Nursing at the “Medizinische Hochschule Hannover” (MHH) and Managing Director of the Academy of Nursing Education at the MHH
2. President of ENDA (European Nurse Directors Association) since 2009
3. Visiting Professor at the Southern Medical University – Shenzhen Hospital (SMU-SHZ) Shenzhen, Guangdong, China and Leader of the “Sanming Project” 2017-2021 at the SMU-SHZ This project involves the development of Further Education in Midwifery, Intensive Care, Anaesthesia and Operation Theatre at Master Level (Curriculum & Implementation)
4. Consultant – Nursing and Healthcare at home and abroad including Germany, China, Ukraine, Croatia and Turkey
5. Expert Reviewer, since 2014, for the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) “Projects – Nursing and Technology”




Ronald J. PİSCOTTY
PhD, RN-BC
Assistant Professor,
University of Maryland School of Nursing, USA


Ronald Piscotty, PhD, RN-BC is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. His research interest centers around the impact that healthcare information technologies have on nursing practice and quality and safety in hospital settings. Dr. Piscotty is specifically interested in examining the impact that electronic patient care reminders have on patient care omissions in acute care settings. He has over 21 peer reviewed publications and one book chapter in-press and has over 30 peer reviewed presentations at the local, regional, national, and international level. Dr. Piscotty has received internal and external funding for his research. He has taught courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. He is a member of several prominent nursing organizations including: The Midwest Nursing Research Society, American Medical Informatics Association, and Sigma Theta Tau. Dr. Piscotty has served in leadership roles for the Midwest Nursing Research Society and Alliance for Nursing Informatics.




Lisbeth FAGERSTRÖM
Professor,
Rector at Åbo Akademi University in Vaasa, Finland
Professor in Caring Science at Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Affiliated Professor in Nursing Science at University of South-Eastern Norway


Lisbeth Fagerström is professor in Caring Sciences at Åbo Akademi University and affiliated professor at University of Southeast-Norway. Fagerström has conducted research actively both nationally, on a Nordic level and internationally. Main research areas are advanced practice nursing, nurse staffing, nursing intensity, gerontological nursing, and health promotion. She has extensive experience of nursing education on all levels and of leadership in clinical health care, health education and research.




Maggie OZAN RAFFERTY
DHA, RN
Chief Experience Officer
Blessing Health System in Quincy , Illinois, USA.


Maggie Ozan Rafferty DHA, RN, serves as the Chief Experience Officer for Blessing Health System in Quincy Illinois USA. Prior to joining BHS, Maggie held executive positions in Education, Consulting, and Management Services. She is also an adjunct professor in the School of Business and Health Administration at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois and in the Health Administration and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

Dr. Rafferty’s area of research is medical tourism and her dissertation evaluated the online narratives of health travelers to Turkey. The findings from her dissertation were published in the Journal of Internet Medical Research and she has also authored additional articles and spoke at numerous conferences on driving exceptional patient experiences.

A member of several professional organizations and a registered nurse, Maggie holds a Masters degree in health administration from Governors State University, her M.B.A. from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and a Doctor of Health Administration from Central Michigan University. She has been involved with our conference since 2006 and is pleased to be retuning as a keynote speaker.




Süheyla ABAAN
RN, PhD
Assoc. Prof. Hacettepe University faculty of Nursing
Coordinator, Hacettepe University Hospitals Nursing Services


She was graduated from School of Nursing at Hacettepe University in 1976. She had her MsN and PhD in Nursing from Hacettepe University Institute of Health Sciences. Her area of nursing are Nursing education and Nursing management.

She had research assistantship in medical-surgical nursing, fundamentals of Nursing, and nursing services administration. She is certified as nurse educator (Hacettepe University) and nurse manager ( Royal College of Nursing).

She had nursing experience in the USA and has professional nursing license in Michigan and New York state. She is the founder of Turkish Oncology Nursing Association. She has worked long time in the secretariat of the association.

Since 2001, she has been the secretary of the International Nursing Management Conference (INMC) held by the Faculty of Nursing. She has been in various committies of the University and the Ministry of Health. She is the subject editor of the H.U Faculty of Nursing Nursing Faculty Journal. She is the Coordinator of Nursing Services in Hacettepe University Hospitals since March 2016, along with the head of Nursing management department at Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing. She teaches Nursing management, nursing education, nursing leadership in both undergraduate and graduate education.














IMPORTANT DATES


CONFERENCE DATES: October 25-27th, 2018

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 13th, 2018

REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMITTERS: September 3rd, 2018

DEADLINE FOR EARLY REGISTRATION: September 3rd, 2018

SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT FULL TEXTS: September 10th, 2018

ABSTRACT EVALUATION RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT DATE: July 31st, 2018



ABSTRACTS

Abstract Evaluation Results Announcement Date Postponed: July 31st, 2018

Instructions For Completing Your Abstract Submission



Abstract Submission Deadline: July 13th, 2018


  1. All abstracts must be submitted online via “AbstractModule®” system. For online submission, please refer to www.inmc2018.org. Please note that abstracts sent by mail, fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
  2. All abstract submissions and presentations must be written in standard and grammatical English.
  3. The abstracts should be no longer than 300 words.
  4. Abstract titles should be brief and reflecting the content of the abstract.
  5. The deadline for abstract submission is July 13th, 2018. Abstracts received after this date cannot be considered by the Scientific Committee.
  6. You can save and re-edit your abstracts online until you decide to submit them via abstract system.
  7. Submitted abstracts cannot be withdrawn or changed.
  8. When submitting the finalized version of your abstract, please fill all required fields in the online system.
  9. Scientific committee members will review and select submitted abstracts, and ensure the scientific quality and relevance of the selected abstracts.
  10. Contact author will automatically receive an e-mail confirming the acceptance of his/her abstract before July 27th, 2018. Therefore the presenting author must also be the contact author.
  11. All accepted abstracts will be published in the programme and abstracts book. In order for your abstract to be included in the Final Program and in the Abstract Book, the presenting author must register and pay the registration fee by September 3rd, 2018
  12. One author must pay registration fee for at most 2 abstracts
  13. For technical assistance or questions during abstract submission contact Minduce IT Solutions Ltd. by emailing: support@minduce.com or calling phone: +90 216 410 44 14, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (EET), Monday-Friday.

Important Warning: Please insert the body text and all other fields related to your abstract in ENGLISH

Institutions, abstract title, abstract body text, key words, notes and all related fields must be inserted in ENGLISH. Abstracts which are sent in TURKISH will not be evaluated.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTATION

Oral Presentation
  • The oral presentation must be in English.
  • Oral presentations are limited to 15 minutes followed by about 5 minutes for discussion.
  • Oral presentations should be uploaded to the main presentation computer in the slide check room 2 hour before the presentation time.

Poster Presentation
  • Poster presentations must be typed in English.
  • Poster size should be 70 cm wide and 90 cm high.
  • Posters should be posted on the allocated place.
  • Poster discussions will be held at the date and hours indicated in program.

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REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATION

Conference Venue & Accommodation Hotel: Kefaluka Resort Hotel, Akyarlar / BODRUM – TURKEY

REGISTRATION - ACCOMMODATION FORM
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Kindly fill out the Registration & Accommodation Form and send to the Conference Organization.




REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE 1 – PARTICIPANT
3 Nights Accommodation / Single Room
Check-In Date : 24 October 2018
Check-Out Date : 27 October 2018
Early Registration
Until September 3rd, 2018
420 €
Late & Onsite Registration
From September 4th, 2018
455 €

The above package fee includes: Conference bag and contents, Certificate of Attendance, 3 nights of accommodation in a single standard room for the above given dates on an ‘All Inclusive’ basis (Including buffet breakfasts, buffet lunches and buffet dinners with local beverages and soft drinks), attendance to the conference sessions during all 3 days, coffee breaks, welcome cocktail, shuttle transfers between Bodrum (Milas) Int. Airport and Kefaluka Resort Hotel (Akyarlar – approx. 65 kms) on arrival day October 24th and departure day October 27th(*) and VAT.
Accommodation begins with dinner on the check-in day and ends with lunch on the check-out day.
Kindly contact the Organization Secretariat for private transfers on other days.



REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE 2 - PARTICIPANT
3 Nights Accommodation / Per Person in Double Room
Check-In Date : 24 October 2018

Check-Out Date : 27 October 2018
Early Registration
Until September 3rd, 2018
390 €
Late & Onsite Registration
From September 4th, 2018
425 €


The above package fee includes: Conference bag and contents, Certificate of Attendance, 3 nights of accommodation per person in a double standard room for the above given dates on an ‘All Inclusive’ basis (Including buffet breakfasts, buffet lunches and buffet dinners with local beverages and soft drinks), attendance to the conference sessions during all 3 days, coffee breaks, welcome cocktail, shuttle transfers between Bodrum (Milas) Int. Airport and Kefaluka Resort Hotel (Akyarlar – approx. 65 kms) on arrival day October 24th and departure day October 27th (*) and VAT.
Accommodation begins with dinner on the check-in day and ends with lunch on the check-out day.
Kindly contact the Organization Secretariat for private transfers on other days.



REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATION PACKAGE 2 – ACCOMPANYING PERSON
3 Nights Accommodation / Per Person in Double Room
Check-In Date : 24 October 2018
Check-Out Date : 27 October 2018
Early Registration
Until September 3rd, 2018
255 €
Late & Onsite Registration
From September 4th, 2018
290 €


The above package fee includes: 3 Nights of accommodation per person in a double standard room with a conference participant for the above given dates on an ‘All Inclusive’ basis (Including buffet breakfasts, buffet lunches and buffet dinners with local beverages and soft drinks), attendance to the welcome cocktail, shuttle transfers between Bodrum (Milas) Int. Airport and Kefaluka Resort Hotel (Akyarlar – approx. 65 kms) on arrival day October 24th and departure day October 27th (*) and VAT.
Accommodation begins with dinner on the check-in day and ends with lunch on the check-out day.
Accompanying persons will not be able to attend the conference sessions, will not be given conference bag and contents and will not receive a certificate of attendance.
Kindly contact the Organization Secretariat for private transfers on other days.



POST-CONFERENCE COURSE REGISTRATION
Leadership Camp
Registration Fee
Early Registration
Until September 3rd, 2018
75.- Euros
Late & Onsite Registration
From September 4th, 2018
95.- Euros

Course Registration Fee includes; Attendance to the Course on October 27th, between 14:00 - 18:00 hours, 1 Coffee break, Course Attendance Certificate and VAT.
Course registration fee does not include meals and airport transfers. Should you need additional nights of accommodation, kindly contact the Organization Secretariat.



ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATION
Single Room 1 Night 60 €
Double Room 1 Night 108 €

GENERAL INFORMATION

Conference Venue & Accommodation Hotel
Kefaluka Resort Hotel
Address : Barış Manço Cad. No:63 Akyarlar, Turgutreis / BODRUM
Tel          : +90 252 311 03 90
Faks       : +90 252 393 87 20
Web       : www.kefaluka.com

Language
The official language of the Conference will be English. From English to Turkish and Turkish to English, simultaneous translations will be available.

Scientific Program
The scientific program will include conference, panels, oral and poster presentations.

Accreditation
Approval for awarding International Continuing Nursing Education Credits (ICNECs) will currently being sought from the International Council of Nurses.

Certificate of Attendance
Certificates of Conference Attendance will be distributed on 27 October 2018 from the registration and information desk.

Exhibition
Between October 25-27th, 2018 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm there will be an exhibition of scientifically, educational and medical materials at Kefaluka Resort Hotel. If you are interested in and would like to take place in this activity; please contact the organizational secretariat of Alp Reyal Tourism.




ORGANIZATION SECRETARIAT

   Manolya BAYUR
   Uskup Cad. (Cevre Sok.) No:37/3 06680 Cankaya, Ankara / TURKEY
   +90 312 467 7334 (pbx) / +90 312 466 5912 (pbx)
   +90 312 467 2920
   inmc@alpreyal.com.tr
   www.alpreyal.com.tr

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT

   Assoc. Prof. Sergül DUYGULU
Res. Assist. Dr. Seher BAŞARAN AÇIL
   Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing 06100 Ankara, TURKEY
    +90 312 3051580
   +90 312 3127085
   inmc@hacettepe.edu.tr
   www.inmc2018.org


UPDATE
Dear Participants,
Our conference course, Leadership Camp will now be presented by Professor Linda ROUSSEL. Before the Course, Professor ROUSSEL will be contacting registered course participants via their email which was used for conference registration. For your kind information.