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					            RCN Joint Education Forums’ 2nd International conference and exhibition
          Beyond the borders: innovations for international excellence in nurse education
              Thursday 11 - Saturday 13 June 2009, Thistle Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland

                                            Provisional programme

Thursday 11 June 2009 Theme: Nursing education for an effective health care workforce
09.00           Registration, refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

10.30           Chair’s opening remarks
                Carol Hall, Chair of Conference Organising Committee

10.40           Opening address: Global issues in nursing education
                Peter Carter, OBE, Chief Executive and General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing

10.55           Keynote presentation: Regulating international nursing: the impact on nursing
                David Benton, Chief Executive Officer, International Council of Nurses

11.40           Comfort break

11.50 – 12.50   CONCURRENT SESSION 1

         Theme:                 Theme:                      Theme:                 Theme:                   Theme:
         Teaching               Internationalisation        Developing             Managing                 Leadership and
         innovations                                        competence             challenges               management

11.50    Online facilitation:   New ways of working in      Competence and         Challenging the          Experiential learning:
         revolution or          light of Bologna -          capability             nursing shortage: an     an approach to
         evolution              Understanding student       Maggie Grundy,         accelerated nursing      teaching
         Joanne Kerr,           perceptions of              Programme Directors,   program for              management skills in
THURS    Lecturer in Health     internationalisation in     NMAHP Directorate,     culturally and           the classroom
         Visiting (Teaching),   nursing: a qualitative      NHS Education for      linguistically diverse   Maggie Hadland,
         School of Nursing,     study of pre-registration   Scotland, Edinburgh,   (CALD) students at       Senior Lecturer,
         Midwifery and Social   students’ beliefs and       UK                     an Australian            School of Health and
         Work, The University   intentions                                         University               Social Care, University
         of Manchester,         Mark Avis, Professor and                           Lesley Wilkes,           of Teesside,
         University, UK         Head of School, School of                          Professor of Nursing,    Middlesborough, UK
         Co-authors: Monica     Nursing, University of                             Dean of Research
         Haggart                Nottingham, UK                                     Studies (UWS),
                                Co-authors: Carol Hall,                            School of Nursing,
                                Marc Dhaeze, David de                              Family & Community
                                Wandel, Tina Kukkes, Reet                          Health, University of
                                Urban                                              Western Sydney,
                                                                                   Sydney, Australia
                                                                                   Co-authors: Judy
                                                                                   Mannix; Debra
                                                                                   Jackson; Shantala
                                                                                   Mohan; Michel
                                                                                   Edenborough; Debra

12.20    Evaluating the             An investigation into          Competency,               Clear ahead?               The role of the
         development of an          healthcare lecturers’          competence and            Examining the              mentor in the
         online                     attitudes to research          modern day nursing        experience of ‘late        development and
         gerontological             teaching                       practice                  entry’ students in the     maintenance of
THURS    master degree              Annette Jinks, Professor of    Geraldine Lyte,           first year of              personal,
         programme – A              Nursing, Evidence-based        Lecturer in Nursing,      undergraduate              professional and
         methodological             Practice Research Centre,      School of Nursing,        nursing                    political leadership
         challenge                  Faculty of Health, Edge Hill   Midwifery and Social      Vic Boyd, Academic         skills
         Olivia Kada,               University, Aintree            Work, The University      Development Tutor,         Penelope Hilton,
         Research Assistant,        University Hospital,           of Manchester,            School of Nursing,         Senior Lecturer,
         School of Health and       Liverpool, UK                  Manchester, UK            Midwifery and              Faculty of Health and
         Care, Carinthia            Co-authors: Mair Ning; Phil    Co-authors: Heather       Community Health,          Wellbeing, Sheffield
         University of Applied      Sperrin                        Waterman; Judy Rees       Glasgow Caledonian         Hallam University,
         Sciences, Austria                                                                   University, Glasgow,       Sheffield, UK
         Co-authors: Eva                                                                     UK                         Co-authors: Sue
         Brunner                                                                             Co-authors:                Bernhauser; Betty
                                                                                             Stephanie McKendry         Kershaw; Benn Mott;
                                                                                                                        Joanne Kerr

12.50 – 14.00             Lunch, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

14.00 – 15.00             CONCURRENT SESSION 2

           Theme:                    Theme:                          Theme:                    Theme:                     Theme:
           Teaching                  Internationalisation            Support worker            Managing                   Curriculum
           innovations                                               roles and                 challenges                 innovation
14.00      Online learning to        Bringing the lecturer to        Preparing Clinical        Communication              Primary care in
           support practice          the student: exploring the      Support Workers for       problems in the            Malta: evaluation of
           development               experiences and                 the Long-term             workplace: assisting       an innovative
THURS      Julie Messenger,          perceptions of nursing          Condition Agenda          overseas nurses to         teaching project
           Assistant Director        lecturers who have              Sue Randall, Senior       full integration           between the UK and
           Nursing (Academic         worked in international         Lecturer, Nursing         Kim                        Malta
           Lead), Department of      settings                        Midwifery and             Supajirawatananon,         Jane Perry, Senior
           Nursing, The Open         Ray Hayes, Senior               Healthcare, Coventry      English Tutor, Glasgow     Lecturer in Primary
           University, Faculty of    Lecturer, School of Health,     University, Coventry,     Overseas                   Care Nursing, Division
           Health and Social         Community and Education         UK                        Professionals into         of Midwifery and Child
           Care, Milton Keynes,      Studies, University of          Co-authors: Michelle      Practice (GOPiP),          Health, Institute of
           UK                        Northumbria at Newcastle,       Clarke                    School of Nursing,         Health and Social
                                     Newcastle upon Tyne, UK                                   Midwifery & Community      Care, University
                                     Co-authors: Anna Walsh                                    Health, Glasgow            College Worcester,
                                                                                               Caledonian University,     UK
                                                                                               UK                         Co authors: Pauline
                                                                                                                          Woolliscroft; Clare L

14.30      Blended learning          Visiting and teaching           Foundations in            Developing a support       Collaborative
           tools in action:          internationally, the            palliative care:          structure to adapt the     curriculum
           evaluation of             pleasures, pitfalls and         developing the            skills of nurses who       development in
THURS      applied e-learning        sustainability                  support worker role       have sought                Cameroon
           and blended               Diane Norton, Senior            Sharon de                 refuge in Scotland         Gibson D'Cruz,
           learning tools            Lecturer in Child Health,       Caestecker, Head of       Dr Ima Jackson,            Lecturer and Director
           during nursing            Department of Child Health,     Education, Education      Glasgow Overseas           of Teaching, Learning
           education                 City University, London, UK     Department, The           Professionals into         and Quality, University
           Andrea Thiekötter,        Co-authors: Sigrid Watt         Leicestershire and        Practice (GOPiP)           of East Anglia,
           Professor of Nursing                                      Rutland Hospice,          Coordinator/ Lecturer,     Norwich, UK
           Science, School of                                        Leicester, UK             School of Nursing,         Co-authors: Kate
           Health and Care,                                          Co-authors: Philippa      Midwifery & Community      Allen
           Carinthia University                                      Graham; Madeline          Health, Glasgow
           of Applied Sciences,                                      Bass                      Caledonian University,
           Austria                                                                             UK

15.00           Refreshments, networking, exhibition and poster viewing
15.30           CONCURRENT SESSION 3

         Theme:                    Theme:                    Theme:                  Theme:                     Theme:
         Teaching                  International             Support worker          Leadership and             Curriculum
         innovations               nurse education           roles and               management                 innovation
15.30    Enhancing student         Is a European nurse       Valuing innovation      92Strategic plan for       A concept mapping
         active learning in        educator exchange         Pat Hastings, Chief     nursing education          software assisting in
         online courses            programme of benefit      Executive, VOISE, UK    2008/2012                  clinical nursing care
THURS    Pamella Stoeckel,         to the nursing school,                            Augusta Sousa,             in Taiwan
         Assistant Professor of    the curriculum and                                Specialist Nurse and       Lee-Chun Tang,
         Nursing, School of        the participant                                   President of the Ordem     Lecturer, Department of
         Nursing, Regis            Nita Muir, Senior                                 dos Enfermeiros,           Nursing, Tzu Chi
         University, Denver,       Lecturer, Institute of                            International Affairs      College of Technology,
         United States             Nursing and Midwifery,                            Department, Ordem          Hualien, Taiwan
         Co-authors: Diane         University of Brighton,                           dos Enfermeiros -
         Ernst                     Brighton, UK                                      Portugal
                                   Co-authors: Karen                                 Co-authors: Lucília
                                   Thompson, Kate Law                                Nunes; Teresa Oliveira

16.00    Desk-top video            Freeing constraints:      Non registered          The role of the private    An application of an
         conferencing: real        the value of European     practitioners:          nurse practitioner in      innovative approach
         time groups at a          experiences in            developing their role   Kenya and the              to action planning in
         distance                  developing future         in supporting high      education needed to        promoting nurse
THURS    Margaret Wilkie, Senior   mentors                   quality student         improve and maintain       education in the
         Lecturer, School of       Neil Davison, Lecturer    placements              the quality of that role   upper east region of
         Nursing and Midwifery,    in Nursing, School of     Julie Chapman,          in meeting the health      Ghana
         University of Dundee,     Healthcare Sciences,      Practice Education      care needs of the          Eric Broussine, Senior
         UK                        Bangor University,        Facilitator, Clinical   rural population in        Lecturer, Faculty of
                                   Bangor, Gwynedd,          Placements, NHS         Kenya                      Health and Social Care,
                                   Wales, UK                 Manchester, Chorlton    Eileen Richardson,         University of the West
                                   Co-authors: Katherine     Health Centre, UK       Retired Senior             of England, Bristol, UK
                                   Williams                  Co-authors: Alicia      Lecturer, School of        Co-authors: Mary Allen
                                                             Waite                   Health and Social Care,

17.00           Chair’s opening remarks
                Paul Martin, Dean of Faculty, Education, Health and Social Science, University of the West
                of Scotland

17.05           Keynote presentation: How international nurse education can support a developing
                global workforce
                Speaker tbc

17.50           Close of day one

18.00 – 19.30   Welcome Reception, Glasgow City Chambers
                Kindly hosted by the Lord Provost’s Office, Glasgow

Friday 12 June 2009                           Theme: Equity or equality in international nursing education

09.00            Registration, exhibition and poster viewing

09.25            Chair’s opening remarks
                 Jenny Kenward, Operational Manager – Diversity and Equality, The Royal Free Hampstead
                 NHS Trust

09.30            Keynote presentation: Developing infrastructure in international nursing education
                 Speaker tbc

10.15            Refreshments, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

10.45 – 12.15             CONCURRENT SESSION 4

        Theme:                   Theme:                  Theme:                     Theme:                  Theme:
        Teaching                 Education for           Continuing                 Assessment              Teaching
        innovation               practice                professional                                       innovations
10.45   International student    Using higher            Early clinical career      Sharing experience      Insight into
        generated e-learning     education to            fellowships for            of clinical skills      children’s nursing: a
        within                   support nursing         nurse and midwives:        assessment              virtual placement
FRI     learning/intellectual    roles within the        a Scottish pilot           between Scottish        Tim Goodchild, Senior
        disabilities             independent nursing     project                    and Egyptian            Lecturer, Faculty of
        Bob Hallawell,           care home sector        Elizabeth (Liz)            nursing degree          Health Wellbeing &
        Academic Lead            Jane Day, Associate     Jamieson,                  programmes:             Science, University
        Learning Disabilities,   Dean, Faculty of        Educational Projects       introducing the         Campus Suffolk, UK
        School of Nursing,       Health Wellbeing &      Manager, NMAHP             Objective Structured    Co-authors: Lisa
        University of            Science, University     Directorate, NHS           Clinical Exam           Nobes; Karen
        Nottingham and           Campus Suffolk, UK      Education for              (OSCE) into             Hayward
        County Hospital,         Co-authors: Julie       Scotland, UK               emergency and
        Lincoln, UK              Macleod                                            critical care
        Co-authors: Richard                                                         modules at
        Windle; Helen                                                               Alexandria
        Laverty; Heather                                                            University
        Wharrad, Lucrezia                                                           Lynn Wallace,
        Herman, Alan                                                                Lecturer, Health
        Williams and                                                                Sciences, Queen
        Catherine Keay                                                              Margaret University
                                                                                    Edinburgh, UK

11.15   Online units to meet     Dilemmas in moving      Educating for a            A longitudinal          Pre-registration
        EU requirements of       and handling. An        global world: clinical     comparative study       child & adolescent
        exposure to learning     innovative approach     doctorate in nursing       of pre-registration     mental health
FRI     disability issues        to address              for international          nursing students'       workshop - an
        Keith Longshaw,          differences between     students                   abilities to solve      interprofessional
        Nursing Lecturer         education and           Judy Honig, Associate      problems and make       initiative
        (Teaching), Nursing,     practice                Professor of Clinical      decisions in a given    Julia Terry, Mental
        Midwifery and Social     Jane Smallwood,         Nursing, Associate         simulated nursing       Health Nurse Tutor,
        Work, The University     Senior lecturer,        Dean of Student            scenario                School of Health
        of Manchester,           Faculty of Health and   Affairs, Director of the   Lynn Brown, Lecturer,   Science, University of
        Manchester, UK           Wellbeing, Sheffield    DNP Program, School        School of Health,       Wales, Swansea, UK
        Co-authors: Julie        Hallam University,      of Nursing, Columbia       Nursing and
        Chapman                  Sheffield, UK           University, New York,      Midwifery, University
                                                         United States              of the West of
                                                         Co-authors: Janice         Scotland, UK
                                                         Smolowitz                  Co-authors: Kim
                                                                                    Shepherd; Lynn
                                                                                    Brown; Margaret
                                                                                    McCunnis; Rosemary
                                                                                    Mullen; Louise
                                                                                    Johnston; Marie

11.45   The impact of      The role of education    The doctor of nursing     Integration of           Simulated clinical
        screening for      in supporting the        practice:                 simulation into an       skills teaching in
        Specific           implementation of        revolutionizing           undergraduate            children and young
FRI     Learning           health policy into       healthcare                nursing curriculum       people’s health and
        Difficulties       community nursing        Julie Novak, Professor;   education                illness: the utilisation
        (SpLD) on the      practice: a Scottish     Director, Clinics and     Leighsa Sharoff,         of simulation and
        progression        case study               Doctor of Nursing         Assistant Professor of   digital media, to
        and retention      Jane Cantrell,           Program, Purdue           Nursing, Creative        create an integrated
        of student         Programme Director,      University, Lafayette,    Director of Simulation   e-learning experience
        nurses             NMAHP Directorate,       United States             and Learning             for children’s nursing
        Jane Wray,         NHS Education for                                  Resources, Nursing,      and occupational
        Research           Scotland, Edinburgh,                               Hunter College /         therapy students
        Fellow,            UK                                                 CUNY, New York,          Jane Davies,
        Department of      Co-authors: Ishbel                                 United States            Professional Head
        Nursing and        Rutherford; Linda                                  Co-authors: Joyce        Children and Young
        Applied Health     Smith                                              Griffin-Sobel; Anna      People's Nursing,
        Studies,                                                              Acee                     School Of Nursing And
        University of                                                                                  Midwifery, Cardiff
        Hull, Hull, UK                                                                                 University, Cardiff, UK
        Co-authors:                                                                                    Co-authors: Dave
        Paula Harrison,                                                                                Clarke; Pam Stead
        Jo Aspland,
        Taghzouit, Kerry
        Pace and Helen

12.15           Lunch, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

13.15 – 14.15   CONCURRENT SESSION 5

          Theme:                   Theme:                   Theme:                    Theme:                   Theme: Teaching
          Leadership and           Education for            Diversity                 Assessment               innovations
          management               practice

13.15     Nursing leadership:      An innovative            Increasing diversity      Addressing the           Nurturing moral
          what is the shape of     educational              in the nursing            essential skills         virtue and teaching
          it now?                  experience: the use      profession: do our        clusters through the     theoretical ethics: the
FRI       Nicola Andrew, Senior    of video to enhance      actions match our         development of           need for diversity
          Lecturer, School of      learning of practical    words?                    clinical examinations    and creativity in
          Nursing, Midwifery and   skills in the            Lois Berry, Professor,    – student and            educational
          Community Health,        undergraduate            College of Nursing,       mentors perspectives     approaches
          Glasgow Caledonian       nursing curriculum       University of             on skills acquisition    Ann Marie Begley,
          University, Glasgow,     Karen Clark-Burg,        Saskatchewan,             and knowledge, have      Lecturer, Ethics,
          UK                       Lecturer, School of      Saskatoon, Canada         they improved?           School of Nursing and
                                   Nursing, University Of                             Ronnie Meechan,          Midwifery, Queen's
                                   Notre Dame Australia,                              Senior Lecturer,         University, Belfast, UK
                                   Fremantle, Australia                               University Teaching
                                   Co-authors: Annie                                  Fellow, Foundation
                                   Das; Selma Alliex                                  Programme Leader,
                                                                                      Institute of Health
                                                                                      Social Care &
                                                                                      Psychology, University
                                                                                      of Worcester, Henwick
                                                                                      Co-authors: Helen

13.45      Beyond education:         Nursing and                Preparing nurses to       Repositioning            Can we teach nurses
           building lifelong         midwifery education:       practice competently      assessment: giving       how to care?
           leadership in nursing     preparing for              in ethnically diverse     students the choice      Innovations in
FRI        practice                  e-health in the digital    communities:              of assessment            learning compassion
           Francine Parker,          native era                 offering support for      method                   and competence in
           Associate Professor,      Gavin Innes, E-            educators                 Joanne Garside,          nursing education
           Nursing, Auburn           Learning Support           Joy Merrell, Professor    Senior Lecturer,         John Costello, Senior
           University School of      Officer, School of         of Public Health          Nursing, University of   Lecturer, Nursing,
           Nursing, Auburn,          Nursing and Midwifery,     Nursing, University of    Huddersfield,            Midwifery and Social
           United States             The Robert Gordon          Wales Swansea,            Huddersfield, UK         Work, The University
           Co-authors: Debbie        University, Aberdeen,      School of Health          Co authors: Jean         of Manchester,
           Faulk                     UK                         Science, UK               Nhemachena; Julie        Manchester, UK
                                     Co authors: Martyn         Co-authors: Ashra         Williams                 Co-authors: Monica
                                     Main                       Khanom; Gillian                                    Haggart
                                                                Olumide; Chantel
                                                                Patel; Jaynie Rance

14.15            Refreshments, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

14.45            A review of pre-registration nursing education
                 Garth Long, Professional Adviser for Education, Nursing and Midwifery Council. London

15.15            Panel discussion:
                 Opportunities and challenges for nursing education within the global community
                 Chair: Gill Robertson, Student Adviser, Royal College of Nursing
                 1: Sue Bernhauser, Dean of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield and
                 Chair, UK Council of Deans
                 2: Mary Gobbi, Senior Lecturer in Nursing, School of Health Sciences, University of
                 3: Harvey Morgan, Student Member of Council, Royal College of Nursing

16.15 – 17.15             CONCURRENT SESSION 6

        Theme:                     Theme:                      Theme:                    Theme: Learning           Theme:
        International              Education for               Diversity                                           Teaching
        perspectives               practice                                                                        innovations

16.15   The experiences of         Podcasting as a             Diversity in nurse        Nationally                Using digital
        registered nurses in       learning tool to            education: have we        transferable roles:       storytelling for
        Perth, Western             support                     forgotten prison          how important are         reflective practice
FRI     Australia                  pharmacology                service nurses?           they?                     Victoria Erickson,
        Caroline Vafeas,           education for nurse         Jane Perry, Senior        Helen Green,              Associate Professor
        Lecturer, School of        prescribers                 Lecturer Primary Care     Programme Manager,        and Pediatric Nurse
        Nursing, Midwifery and     Joanne Lymn,                Nursing, Division of      QA Team, Skills for       Pracitioner, School of
        Post Graduate              Associate Professor,        Midwifery and Child       Health, Solihull, UK      Nursing, University of
        Medicine, Edith Cowan      School of Nursing,          Health, Institute of      Co-authors: Kathryn       Colorado, Denver,
        University, Western        Nottingham University,      Health and Social Care,   Halford                   United States
        Australia, Australia       Queen's Medical             University College                                  Co-authors: Susan
                                   Centre, Nottingham, UK      Worcester, Worcester,                               Hagedorn
                                   Co-authors: Oonagh          UK
                                   Meade; Dianne               Co-authors: Clare L
                                   Bowskill                    Bennett; Tracey

16.45   An International            Medication dosage       Implementation of          Learning to care in a     Evaluation of effects
        discussion on               calculation:            criminal records           multicultural society     of the online Virtual
        attributes of the           developing a reliable   check policies in          Helen Olt, Lecturer,      Portfolio Tool (VPT)
FRI     professional nurse as       and valid assessment    nursing education:         International             on pre-registration
        identified by senior        tool for nursing        the impact on              Coordinator,              nursing students’
        Baccalaureate               Carol Hall, Associate   building a diverse         Department of             experiences with their
        nursing students from       Professor, School of    nursing profession         Neurobiology, Care        portfolios
        the United Kingdom          Nursing, Nottingham     Lois Berry, Professor of   Sciences and Society,     Jennifer Dandrea,
        and the United States       University, Queen's     Nursing, College of        Karolinska Institutet,    Biology Lecturer,
        Rose Hoffmann,              Medical Centre,         Nursing, University of     Stockholm, Sweden         School of Nursing,
        Assistant Professor,        Nottingham, UK          Saskatchewan,              Co-authors: Eileen        University of
        School of Nursing,          Co-authors: Diana       Saskatoon, Canada          Richarssson, Nita Muir,   Nottingham, UK
        University of Pittsburgh,   Coben; Meriel Hutton;                              Eva Bergknut, Liisa       Co-authors:
        United States               David Rowe; Michael                                Koskinen, Helen Kelly,    Paraskevas Vezyridis;
        Co-authors: Gerri           Sabin; Keith Weeks;                                Raija Sairanen, Lily De   Lindsay Davies;
        Nevin                       Norman Woolley                                     Vlieger                   Heather Wharrad

17.15   Bologna Process: a                                                                                       Collaborative
        Portuguese view on                                                                                       development of
        nursing implications                                                                                     sustainable skills for
FRI     and educational                                                                                          the production of
        adjustments                                                                                              distance learning
        Augusta Sousa,                                                                                           material for a sub-
        Specialist Nurse,                                                                                        Saharan African
        President of the Ordem                                                                                   country
        dos Enfermeiros,                                                                                         Margaret Wilkie, Senior
        International Affairs                                                                                    Lecturer, Scholl of
        Department, Ordem                                                                                        Nursing and Midwifery,
        dos Enfermeiros,                                                                                         University of Dundee,
        Lisboa, Portugal                                                                                         Dundee, Scotland, UK

17.15             Close of day two

19.30             Gala Dinner:
                  Drinks reception, followed by three course dinner & entertainment

Saturday 13 June 2009
Theme: Promoting global education innovation to support excellence in health care

09.00           Registration, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

09.30 – 10.30   CONCURRENT SESSION 7

                  Theme:                Theme:                Theme:                 Theme:                 Theme:
                 Teaching               Curriculum            Assessment             Teaching               Nurse
                 innovation             innovation                                   innovation             education
09.30             Using a Virtual       Expereinces and       Assessment of          What does the          Establishing a pan
                  Learning              challenges in         practice in pre-       hospital               European network
                  Environment           establishing a        registration           employed nurse         to understand
                  (VLE) to reach        BSc European          undergraduate          educator               developmental
SAT               students who          nursing               nursing                contribute to the      issues for nurse
                  would not             programme             programmes:            profession – a         educators – the
                  normally be able      Caroline Reid,        exploration of         grounded theory        UDINE C project
                  to access a           Head of Learning      students and           study                  John Wells, Head
                  course                Development,          mentors                Robyn Fox,             of Department of
                  Elizabeth Gormley-    School of Health,     experiences of         Nursing Director,      Nursing,
                  Fleming, Senior       Biological and        grading student        Education, Royal       Department of
                  Lecturer, Post-       Environmental         competence in          Brisbane and           Nursing, Waterford
                  Registration          Sciences,             practice               Women’s Hospital,      Institute of
                  Nursing, University   Middlesex             Janet Scammell,        Brisbane, Australia    Technology,
                  of Hertfordshire,     University, Enfield   Senior Academic                               Waterford, Ireland
                  Hatfield, UK          Middlesex, UK         for Practice                                  Co-authors:
                  Co-authors: Dr        Co-authors: Lynne     Learning, School of                           Christine Jackson;
                  Peter Vickers         Henshaw;              Health and Social                             Adela Zabalegui;
                                        Charmagne             Care, Bournemouth                             Alvisa Palese
                                        Barnes; Mirja Ojala   University,
                                                              Bournemouth, UK
                                                              Vanessa Heaslip

10.00             Desk-top video        ERASMUS for           Snapshots in           What makes a           Romania to
                  conferencing: real    nursing students -    practice: an           mentoring              Bulgaria the UK
                  time groups at a      fact or fiction?      innovative tool to     experience             journey
SAT               distance              Valerie Gorton,       assess student         positive? Using        Valerie Gorton,
                  Margaret Wilkie,      Principal lecturer    nurses                 different methods      Principal lecturer
                  Senior Lecturer,      and International     competence in          to untangle the        and International
                  School of Nursing     Coordinator,          practice               web                    Coordinator,
                  and Midwifery,        Institute of Health   Kim Tolley, Senior     Peter Norrie,          Institute of Health
                  University of         Social Care &         Lecturer, Faculty of   Principal Lecturer,    Social Care &
                  Dundee, UK            Psychology,           Health and Social      Nursing, De            Psychology,
                                        University of         Care Sciences,         Montfort University,   University of
                                        Worcester,            Kingston University    Charles Frears         Worcester,
                                        Worcester, UK         - St George's          Campus, Leicester,     Worcester, UK
                                        Co-authors: Sven      University of          UK                     Co-authors: Carol
                                        Vereecke              London, London,        Co-authors: Carol      Hall
                                                              UK                     Greenway
                                                              Co-authors: Lesley
                                                              Acton; Sue Rush

10.30           Refreshments, networking, exhibition and poster viewing

11.00 – 12.00            CONCURRENT SESSION 8

            Theme:                  Theme:                  Theme:                  Theme:                   Theme:
            Teaching                Education for           Innovation              Clinical                 Nurse education
            innovation              practice                                        education                development

11.00       An application of an    Developing a post-      Building the            Using clinical           An investigation
            innovative              modern paradigm         evidence for an         practice guidelines      into healthcare
            approach to action      for work based          innovative nurse-       to teach diagnostic      lecturers’ attitudes
SAT         planning in             practice education:     managed healthcare      reasoning skills and     to research
            promoting nurse         the role of the         system                  clinical decision        teaching
            education in the        practice                Julie Novak,            making to nurse          Annette Jinks,
            upper east region of    development             Professor; Director,    practitioner             Professor of Nursing,
            Ghana                   facilitator             Clinics and Doctor of   students                 Evidence-based
            Eric Broussine,         Susan Gilhooly,         Nursing Program,        Donna Hallas,            Practice Research
            Senior Lecturer,        Practice                Purdue University,      Clinical Associate       Centre, Faculty of
            Faculty of Health and   Development             Lafayette, United       Professor, College of    Health, Edge Hill
            Social Care,            Manager, Community      States                  Nursing, New York        University, Aintree
            University of the       Nursing Services,                               University, New York,    University Hospital,
            West of England,        South Downs Health                              United States            Liverpool, UK
            Bristol, Bristol, UK    Trust, Brighton, UK                             Co-authors: Mary M.      Co-authors: Mair
            Co-authors: Mary        Co-authors: Andrea                              Brennan                  Ning; Phil Sperrin
            Allen                   Illingworth

11.30       A blended learning      Assuring and            Purdue University       Could explicit           What about a career
            journey: the highs      enhancing the           School of Nursing       education in critical    in clinical
            and lows                quality of              and Biloxi,             reflective practice in   education?
SAT         Rebecca Hoskins,        healthcare              Mississippi: A          nursing supplement       Ann Rae, Practice
            Nurse Consultant and    education through       collaborative           clinical                 Education Co-
            Senior Lecturer in      development of a        community               supervision?             ordinator, NMAHP
            Emergency Care,         unique tool to          partnership             Diana Guzys,             Directorate, NHS
            Faculty of Health and   measure clinical        Julie Novak,            Lecturer in Nursing,     Education for
            Social Care,            placement capacity      Professor; Director,    School of Nursing &      Scotland, Edinburgh,
            University of the       Marie (Mal)             Clinics and Doctor of   Midwifery, La Trobe      Scotland, UK
            West of England,        Patterson, Lead         Nursing Program,        University, Victoria,    Co-authors: Colette
            Bristol, Bristol, UK    Practice Education      Purdue University,      Australia                Ferguson
            Co-authors: Sally       Facilitator, Learning   Lafayette, United       Co-authors: Sharon
            Moyle                   and OD, Alder Hey       States                  Kendall; Sandra
                                    Childrens NHS           Co-authors:             Kippen
                                    Foundation Trust,       Elizabeth Richards
                                    Liverpool, UK

12.00           Chair’s opening remarks

12.10           Keynote presentation: Innovation and research in nursing education: an editorial
                Martin Johnson, Professor, School of Nursing, University of Salford and Editor, Nurse
                Education Today

12.55           Close of conference address
                Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland

13.15           Chair’s closing remarks and closing ceremony

13.30           Close and depart
                A packed lunch will be provided


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