Preliminary programme of the virtual conference

TIME ZONE: EET

DAY 1
Wednesday, 21 April                   Moderated by Danel Jantra

KEYNOTE SESSION 1
Moderated by Mari Kangasniemi

11.00−11.15 WELCOME AND OPENING CEREMONY

11.15−12.00

Smart Nursing – if 1+1 is more then 2

Iris Meyenburg-Altwarg, Chair of ENDA, Germany

12.00−12.45

Human-centered health care, also during crisis situation

Liiri Oja, Office of the Chancellor of Justice, Head of human rights activities, Estonia

12.45−13.00

Break

13.00–14.00

Evidence-based nursing management: From principles to action

Prof. Lisbeth Fageström, University of Åbo, Finland

 

PARALLEL SESSION 1:
Nursing management competencies
Moderated by Tiina Freimann

PARALLEL SESSION 2:
Implementation of knowledge

Moderated by Saima Hinno

14.00−14.20

1

Nurse Managers’ Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Competencie

Ene Vadi (et al.), Estonia

4

Prevention of vitamin K deficiency bleeding of newborns’ at East Tallinn Central Hospital. Development Project 

Maarja Pajo, Estonia

14.20−14.40

2

Social- and healthcare personnel’s and nurse leaders’ views about remote leadership in decentralized organizations

Anja Terkamo-Moisio (et al.), Finland

5

Implementing delirium assessment tool in the intensive care unit in East Tallinn Central Hospital

Evelin Limberg, Estonia

14.40−15.00

3

Nurses' perception of the leadership styles and leadership success of nurse managers in the surgery clinics of Estonian central hospitals

Tene Tammearu (et al.), Estonia

6

Reporting and responding to safety incidents - systemic approach in need of committed and competent management

Ere Uibu (et al.), Estonia

15.00−15.20

Break

PARALLEL SESSION 3:
Nursing management competencies
Moderated by Kristi Rannus

PARALLEL SESSION 4:
Evaluation of care and service practises
Moderated by Piiku Pakkanen

15.20−15.40

7

A Scale for Assessing the Emotional Intelligence of Nurse Managers

Ene Vadi (et al.), Estonia

10

Cost-effectiveness calculators for health, well-being, and safety promotion: a systematic review

Marja Hult (et al.), Finland

15.40−16.00

8

The relationship between the nurse manager´s support, nurses´ job satisfaction and intention to leave perceived by nurses

Jekaterina Šteinmiller (et al.), Estonia

11

Are comprehensive and individually designed care and service plans for older people’s home care a vision or a reality in Finland?

Jonna Puustinen (et al.), Finland

16.00−16.20

9

Expectations and challenges of remote leadership in healthcare – integrative review

Anja Terkamo-Moisio (et al.), Finland

12

Shift leaders’ experience of hurry in emergency departments
Laura-Maria Peltonen (et al.), Finland

 

DAY 2
Thursday, 22 April                   Moderated by Danel Jantra

KEYNOTE SESSION 2
Moderated by Jekaterina Šteinmiller

11.00−11.10 Welcome 

11.10−12.10

Professional knowledge and interdisciplinary patient care

Prof. Mary Gobbi, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 

PARALLEL SESSION 5:
Ethical and cultural issue in nursing

Moderated by Ülle Ernits

PARALLEL SESSION 6:
Complexity in care management

Moderated by Jekaterina Šteinmiller

12.10−12.30

13

How to shape regulatory institutions in different regions of the world. A nursing leadership view

Alessandro Stievano (et al.), Italy

16

Sustainability in nursing – considerations for management and education

Noora Gustafsson (et al.), Finland

12.30−12.50

14

Regulatory authority’s disciplinary decisions for registered nurses in Finland

Mari Kangasniemi (et al.), Finland

17

Job descriptions and leadership skills of students participating in continuing education in the social- and healthcare sector

Anja Terkamo-Moisio (et al.), Finland

12.50−13.10

15

Ethics in nurses’ interprofessional collaboration in clinical practice

Piiku Pakkanen (et al.), Finland

18

Instruments for measuring patient safety competency in nurses

Michael Mortensen (et al.), Norway

13.10−13.30

Break

PARALLEL SESSION 7:
Client and nursing sensitive outcome

Moderated by Laura-Maria Peltonen

PARALLEL SESSION 8:
Evidence-based nursing
Moderated by Ere Uibu

13.30−13.50

19

Care left undone and work organization: a cross-sectional questionnaire-based study in surgical wards of Estonian hospitals

Helle Peterson (et al.), Estonia

21

Developing a scientific guideline for an independent nursing reception of totally laryngectomised patients in the North Estonia Medical Centre

Agnes Koort, Estonia

13.50−14.10

20

The impact of COVID-19 emergency on nursing care in Estonia: clinical, ethical and educational issues

Gerli Usberg (et al.), Estonia

22

Assessing the workload of nurses: Testing the metric in the North Estonia Medical Centre based on the Perroca’s Patient Classification Instrument

Airi Toode (et al.), Estonia

KEYNOTE SESSION 3
Moderated by Anja Terkamo-Moisio

14.10−14.55

Challenges in leadership

Kirsi Sillanpää, Director, Tehy - Union of Health and Social Care Professional, Finland

14.55−15.40

How organisations can elevate & inspire their teams

Laura Viilep, Mindvalley​, Head of Global Events, Estonia

15.40-16.00

Closing ceremony, best poster award 

Poster session:

  Abstract title Author
1 Caring for Others in a Precarious Era – COPE Marja Hult, Finland
2 Development and application of standardised nursing handover system  in the centre for intensive care, of the North Estonia Medical Centre Foundation Reelika Kaljurand and Katre Zirel, Estonia
3 COVID-stop manager Laura Keidong, Estonia
4 The experiences of adult patients in contact isolation – a qualitative research Heli-Kaja Kübarsepp et al., Estonia
5 Development and implementation of an Integrated Perinatal Mental Health Service Model Jana Meier and Marge Mahla, Estonia
6 Webinar for nurses in Latvia during COVID pandemic- hot topic review Agita Melbarde-Kelmere et al., Latvia
7 Emotional support for preschool-aged children in day-surgery nursing: education and other strategies of the nursing guideline implementation in a day-surgery unit Hanna-Leena Melender et al., Finland
8 Shared learning for registered nurses and nursing students: a systematic review Liisi Mägi et al., Estonia
9 The model of restoring the integrity of the birth canal for midwives Emily Naarits, Estonia
10 The ethics of international health professional labour mobility. A nursing leadership perspective Alessandro Stievano et al., Italy
11  Nurse-sensitive indicators in adult active treatment: a systematic literature review Jaanika Survo and Ere Uibu, Estonia
12 Virtual platform with database for storing development projects created in the framework of the Master's studies of Health Science of Tartu Health Care College Mari-Liis Tuvi et al., Estonia
13 Strategic action plan to support the employer 's brand on the example of the inpatient nurse job of AS East Tallinn Central Hospital Heart Center Svetlana Udalova, Estonia

Poster sessions will be held online throughout the event.

The programme is continuously updated.


Keynote speakers and commentators :

Professor Lisbeth Fageström, University of Åbo, Finland
Professor Mary Gobbi, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Iris Meyenburg-Altwarg, Chair of ENDA, Germany
Kirsi Sillanpää, Director, Tehy - Union of Health and Social Care Professionals, Finland
Liiri Oja, Office of the Chancellor of Justice, Head of human rights activities, Estonia
Laura Viilep, Mindvalley, Head of Global Events, Estonia

Read more about them here!