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27' Congresso Aniarti / 3rd EfCCNa Congress

Influencing Critical Care Nursing in Europe

Firenze (FI), 09 Ottobre - October 2008 / 11 Ottobre - October 2008

MAIN HALL

Programma

09 Ottobre - October 2008

Dalle 13:30 alle 13:35  -  main hall
  1. Welcome by the Chairs and Award Winners
  2. Elio Drigo, Italia e Jos Latour, Olanda John Albarran, Gran Bretagna e Fabrizio Moggia, Italia

Dalle 13:35 alle 13:40  -  main hall
  1. Influencing Critical Care in Europe
  2. Wouter de Graaf, Past-President EfCCNa, Olanda
Dalle 13:40 alle 13:45  -  main hall
  1. Caring and Curing: which paradigm for nursing care of the future?
  2. Annalisa Silvestro, Italia
Dalle 13:45 alle 13:50  -  main hall
  1. Managing and controlling cross infection in critical care environments: using evidence based interventions
  2. Dominique Vandijck, Belgio
Dalle 13:50 alle 13:55  -  main hall
  1. SESSION 1 - EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE
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Dalle 13:55 alle 14:00  -  main hall
  1. Research and critical care nursing
  2. Lucia Matteucci, Italy
Dalle 14:00 alle 14:05  -  main hall
  1. How many light years are we far from Evidence Based Practice (EBP)? Finding a black hole
  2. Enrico Lumini, Italy
Dalle 14:05 alle 14:10  -  main hall
  1. A Multi-Phased National Project to Test and implement Evidence Based Nursing related to oral care practices of intubated atients: some lessons are learned the hard way
  2. Julie Benbenishty, Israele
Dalle 14:10 alle 14:15  -  main hall
  1. The impact of multi-disciplinary weaning guidelines; audit results on the length of time patients spend on the ventilator post cardiac surgery
  2. Kathleen Gough, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 14:15 alle 14:20  -  main hall
  1. Evidence-based nursing meeting practice
  2. Inger Emilie Vćrland, Norvegia
Dalle 14:20 alle 14:25  -  main hall
  1. Scottish nurses’ decision-making about the weaning from mechanical ventilation. An ethnographic pilot study
  2. Claire Kydonaki, Scozia
Dalle 14:25 alle 14:30  -  main hall
  1. Quality Improvement in ED triage: reviewing decision-making flowcharts through evidence-based practice
  2. Stefano Bambi, Italy
Dalle 14:30 alle 14:35  -  main hall
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
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Dalle 14:45 alle 14:50  -  HALL 2
  1. SESSION 2 - DELIVERING PATIENT CARE - HALL 2
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Dalle 14:50 alle 14:55  -  hall 2
  1. Effect of bathing on vital signs in bedridden patients
  2. Ülkü Yapucu Güneş, Tuchia
Dalle 14:55 alle 15:00  -  hall 2
  1. Association between stress neuropeptide levels, pain and nursing interventions in critically ill patients
  2. Meropi Mpouzika, Grecia
Dalle 15:00 alle 15:05  -  hall 2
  1. Reducing ventilator - associated pneumonia in ICU
  2. Eva Joelsson-Alm, Svezia
Dalle 15:05 alle 15:10  -  hall 2
  1. Prone position in patients with severe traumatic head Injury: our experience in a trauma Intensive Care Unit
  2. Molano Álvarez E, Spagna
Dalle 15:10 alle 15:15  -  hall 2
  1. The impact of a staff awareness programme on noise levels in three adult intensive care units
  2. Annette Richardson, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 15:15 alle 15:20  -  hall 2
  1. Incidence of ICU-delirium in Denmark
  2. Helle Svenningsen, Danimarca
Dalle 15:20 alle 15:25  -  hall 2
  1. Comparison the effectiveness of the polyethylene cover versus carbomer eye drop to prevent damage due to dry eye in intensive care patients
  2. Elem Kocacal, Turchia
Dalle 15:25 alle 15:30  -  hall 2
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
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Dalle 15:40 alle 15:45  -  hall 3
  1. SESSION 3 USE OF COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES
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Dalle 15:45 alle 15:50  -  hall 3
  1. Medical Art Therapy: influence on quality of life and compliance of patients with advanced heart failure
  2. Noga Sela, Israele
Dalle 15:50 alle 15:55  -  hall 3
  1. Introduction of aromatherapy-massage on a PICU
  2. Marjan de Jong, Olanda
Dalle 15:55 alle 16:00  -  hall 3
  1. Does tea tree oil (TTO) body wash prevent Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) colonization in ICU patients? Research protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  2. Gillian Thompson, Irlanda del Nord
Dalle 16:00 alle 16:05  -  hall 3
  1. Effectiveness of music therapy in critical illness: a metanalysis
  2. Demetra Tsakoumaki , Grecia
Dalle 16:05 alle 16:10  -  hall 3
  1. The effects of the music therapy on quality of life in patients with cancer pain
  2. Monica Massa, Italy
Dalle 16:10 alle 16:15  -  hall 3
  1. The effect of music therapy on physiological signs of anxiety in patients receiving mechanical ventilatory support
  2. Esra Akin Korhan, Tuchia
Dalle 16:15 alle 16:20  -  hall 3
  1. The music therapy in the patient in a coma in Intensive Care Unit: a pilot study
  2. Debora Cesar, Italia
Dalle 16:20 alle 16:25  -  hall 3
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
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Dalle 16:30 alle 16:35  -  hall 4
  1. SESSION 4 TRAINING AND EDUCATION
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Dalle 16:35 alle 16:40  -  hall 4
  1. Experiences of nursing students training in intensive care unit: a phenomenological study
  2. Sevinc Tastan, Turchia
Dalle 16:40 alle 16:45  -  hall 4
  1. New graduate nurses in critical care setting: novices in intensive care unit
  2. Farida Saghafi, Australia
Dalle 16:45 alle 16:50  -  hall 4
  1. Competence of Nursing Care - a comparison of parental and physician expectations regarding the competence of nursing care on a neonatal intensive care unit
  2. Martina Giessen-Scheidel, Germania
Dalle 16:50 alle 16:55  -  hall 4
  1. Tool for interactive learning and daily assistance - TILDA
  2. Sue Harden, Svezia
Dalle 16:55 alle 17:00  -  hall 4
  1. The importance of advanced level for specialist nurse program in intensive care nursing
  2. Marianne Lindbland
Dalle 17:00 alle 17:05  -  hall 4
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
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10 Ottobre - October 2008

Dalle 08:45 alle 08:50  -  main hall
  1. Welcome
  2. Jos Latour, Oland
Dalle 08:50 alle 08:55  -  main hall
  1. Clinical practice improvement by influencing critical care nursing in Europe
  2. Trine Holgersen, Danimarca
Dalle 08:55 alle 09:00  - 
  1. SESSION 5 FAMILY VISITING IN CRITICAL CARE
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Dalle 09:00 alle 09:05  -  main hall
  1. Managing culture, spirituality and diversity in paediatric intensive care nursing: what are the challenges?
  2. Fiona Lynch,Gran Bretagna
Dalle 09:05 alle 09:10  -  main hall
  1. Paediatric intensive care: comparison of closed versus open visiting
  2. Giorgia Paesotto, Italia
Dalle 09:10 alle 09:15  -  main hall
  1. ‘Nursing in public’: The impact of an open visiting policy on ICU nurses
  2. Susanne Kean, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 09:15 alle 09:20  -  main hall
  1. ‘Visiting Policies in Intensive Care Units- A Survey of German ICU Nurses’ views
  2. Stefan Juchems, Germania
Dalle 09:20 alle 09:25  -  main hall
  1. Don’t open that door: perceptions and needs of family members at the Emergency Department waiting room
  2. Martino Donnini, Italia
Dalle 09:25 alle 09:30  -  main hall
  1. Should we open or close the ICU for family members?
  2. Alberto Giannini, Italy
Dalle 09:35 alle 09:40  -  hall 2
  1. SESSION 6 STAFF, WORKLOAD AND STRESS
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Dalle 09:40 alle 09:45  -  hall 2
  1. Nursing activities based on Nursing Activities Score in the Polish intensive care units
  2. Cudak Edyta Katarzyna, Polonia
Dalle 09:45 alle 09:50  -  hall 2
  1. Managing daily activities at the ICU. Charge nurses under the weight of information
  2. Helja Kristiina Lundgrén-Laine, Finlandia
Dalle 09:50 alle 09:55  -  hall 2
  1. A comparison of Greek nurses’ and patients’ perceptions of intensive care unit stressors
  2. Nikolaos Efstathiou, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 09:55 alle 10:00  -  hall 2
  1. Burnout syndrome in ICU
  2. Adriano Friganovic, Croazia
Dalle 10:00 alle 10:05  -  hall 2
  1. Preventing compassion fatigue and reaffirming purpose in nursing
  2. Vidette Todaro-Franceschi, USA
Dalle 10:05 alle 10:10  -  hall 2
  1. Influence of nursing workload on tight glycemic control
  2. Francisco Javier Carmona Spagna
Dalle 10:15 alle 10:20  -  hall 3
  1. SESSION 7 CARDIOVASCULAR CARE
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Dalle 10:20 alle 10:25  -  hall 3
  1. The heart care team: developing the itinerary of patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction
  2. Cinzia Casini, Italy
Dalle 10:25 alle 10:30  -  hall 3
  1. Implementing clinical pathway for acute coronary sindrome: nursing perspective
  2. Maruša Brvar, Slovenia
Dalle 10:30 alle 10:35  -  hall 3
  1. The integration between computerized documentation, guidelines and evidence based nursing can be a way to best practice: a pilot experience in coronary care unit
  2. M. Hoffmann,Italia
Dalle 10:35 alle 10:40  -  hall 3
  1. Nicosia General Hospital (NGH) Cardiac Arrest Team (CAT). First years’ practice and outcomes
  2. Marios Georgiou, Cipro
Dalle 10:40 alle 10:45  -  hall 3
  1. Short echocardiographic exam performed by specialist nurses in cardiothoracic intensive care unit
  2. Maria Antonietta Fumagalli, Italia
Dalle 10:50 alle 10:55  -  hall 4
  1. SESSION 8 PAIN AND SEDATION IN NEONATES AND CHILDREN
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Dalle 10:55 alle 11:00  -  hall 4
  1. Post-operative nursing in a paediatric population receiving intravenous morphine analgesia
  2. Michela Bevilacqua, Italia
Dalle 11:00 alle 11:05  -  hall 4
  1. Implementation of standard sedation management in paediatric intensive care: effective and feasible?
  2. Erwin Ista,Olanda
Dalle 11:05 alle 11:10  -  hall 4
  1. The use of scales for pain detection in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  2. Donatella Zola, Italy
Dalle 11:10 alle 11:15  -  hall 4
  1. Promoting early extubation and the use of nCPAP to decrease pain exposure in preterm infants
  2. Anna Axelin, Finlandia
Dalle 11:15 alle 11:20  -  hall 4
  1. Construction of the Sophia Observation withdrawal Symptoms-scale (SOS) for critically ill children
  2. Erwin Ista, Olanda
Dalle 11:20 alle 11:25  -  HALL 4
  1. GENARL DISCUSSION
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Dalle 11:25 alle 11:30  -  hall 1
  1. SESSION 9 STRENGTHENING EVIDENCE FOR PRACTICE
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Dalle 11:30 alle 11:35  -  hall 1
  1. A randomized trial: comparing efficiency of oxygen delivery with nasal cannula versus face mask and patient satisfaction in early postoperative period
  2. Hatice Ayhan, Turchia
Dalle 11:35 alle 11:40  -  hall 1
  1. Comparison of the available temperature measurement methods in critically ill patients
  2. Stamatia Sideroudi, Grecia
Dalle 11:40 alle 11:45  -  hall 1
  1. Randomized clinical comparing short peripheral cannulas vs. indwelling long peripheral cannulas (midline catheters) in the management of Coronary Unit patients needing prolonged i.v. treatment
  2. Alessandro Mitidieri, Italy
Dalle 11:45 alle 11:50  -  hall 2
  1. SESSION 10 FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CPR
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Dalle 11:50 alle 11:55  -  hall 2
  1. The parallel roles of the nurse and hospital chaplain in supporting family members during Family Witnessed Resuscitation (FWR): a literature review
  2. Jayne James, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 11:55 alle 12:00  -  hall 2
  1. Family-witnessed resuscitation: experiences of German speaking critical care and anaesthesia nurses
  2. Stefan Köberich, Germania
Dalle 12:00 alle 12:05  -  hall 2
  1. A study into the views of resuscitated and non-resuscitated patients about the presence of families and friends during resuscitation
  2. Kate McMahon-Parkes, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 12:05 alle 12:10  -  hall 2
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
  2. .
Dalle 12:10 alle 12:15  -  hall 3
  1. SESSION 11 IMPROVING OUTCOMES OF CARE
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Dalle 12:15 alle 12:20  -  hall 3
  1. Goal -directed therapy for septic patients: a new tool, the haemodynamic target
  2. Carole Haubertin, Francia
Dalle 12:20 alle 12:25  -  hall 3
  1. Is there a maximum dose of vasopressor?
  2. Julie Benbenishty, Israele
Dalle 12:25 alle 12:30  -  hall 3
  1. Predicting renal failure after balloon angioplasty in high-risk patients
  2. Piero Ravera, Italia
Dalle 12:30 alle 12:35  -  hall 3
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
  2. .
Dalle 12:35 alle 12:40  -  hall 4
  1. SESSION 12 RESPIRATORY CARE IN PICU
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Dalle 12:40 alle 12:45  -  hall 4
  1. When paediatric vital signs are unreliable, continuous Scvo2 is?
  2. Caulette Young, USA
Dalle 12:45 alle 12:50  -  hall 4
  1. Can nurses use continuous venous oxygen saturation monitoring, to dictate how and when to provide care?
  2. Caulette Young, USA
Dalle 12:50 alle 12:55  -  hall 4
  1. The use of Nitrous Oxide during painful procedures in children
  2. Filippo Festini, Italia
Dalle 12:55 alle 13:00  -  hall 4
  1. GENERAL DISCUSSION
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Dalle 14:00 alle 14:25  -  main hall
  1. Learning to care: revisiting the nature-nurture debate in contemporary European Health Care
  2. Julie Scholes, Gran Bretagna
  3. L’apprendimento dell’assistenza: rivisitazione del dibattito sulla propensione naturale al prendersi cura nella sanitŕ europea contemporanea
Dalle 14:26 alle 14:28  -  MAIL HALL
  1. SESSION 13 END OF LIFE CARE
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Dalle 14:28 alle 14:30  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Views of end-of-life practices in intensive care: the EfCCNa Study
  2. Jos M. Latour, Olanda
  3. Opinioni sulle pratiche di fine vita in terapia intensiva: lo studio EfCCNa
Dalle 14:30 alle 14:35  -  main hall
  1. End of life attitudes of Europeans-cultural comparison of ICU staff, families and patients on end of life issues in 6 countries
  2. Julie Benbenishty, Israele
  3. Gli approcci di fine vita degli europei: comparazione culturale sulle problematiche di fine vita tra il personale di area critica, i familiari ed i pazienti di sei paesi europei
Dalle 14:35 alle 14:40  -  MAIN HALL
  1. The views of nursing students related to euthanasia
  2. Ayten Zaybak, Turchia
  3. Le opinioni degli studenti infermieri sull’eutanasia
Dalle 14:40 alle 14:45  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Changing the face of death through presence: communicating with the dying and their loved ones
  2. Vidette Todaro-Franceschi, USA
  3. Cambiare la faccia della morte attraverso la presenza: comunicazione con il morente ed i suoi cari
Dalle 14:45 alle 14:50  -  HALL 2
  1. SESSION 14 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
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Dalle 14:50 alle 14:55  -  HALL 2
  1. Exploring caring practice within the technological setting of a critical care unit
  2. Ann M Price, Gran Bretagna
  3. Esplorare le pratiche assistenziali nell’ambiente tecnolgico di un’unitŕ di area critica
Dalle 14:55 alle 15:00  -  HALL 2
  1. Education programme for managing patient agitation for Intensive Care Unit nurses
  2. Leyla Ozdemir, Turchia
  3. Programma formativo per infermieri di area critica per la gestione dell’agitazione dei pazienti
Dalle 15:00 alle 15:05  -  HALL 2
  1. The problems and expectations of nurses working in critical care
  2. Meral Madenoğlu Kıvanç, Turchia
  3. I problemi e le aspettative degli infermieri che lavorano in area critica
Dalle 15:05 alle 15:10  -  HALL 2
  1. Visiting in intensive care unit: leadership in nurses' interaction with relatives in ICU. A Danish study
  2. Anne Sophie Ĺgĺrd, Danimarca
  3. Far visita nella Terapia Intensiva: la leadership nelle interazioni degli infermieri con i parenti in Terapia Intensiva. Uno studio danese
Dalle 15:10 alle 15:15  -  HALL 3
  1. SESSION 15 ICU DISCHARGE AND FOLLOW-UP
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Dalle 15:15 alle 15:20  -  HALL 3
  1. Experiences of a follow-up visit to an ICU
  2. Engström Ĺsa, Svezia
  3. Esperienze di visite di follow-up in un’unitŕ di terapia intensiva
Dalle 15:20 alle 15:25  -  HALL 3
  1. Caregiver burden and patient dependency following discharge from a Critical Care Unit
  2. Angel Cobos, Spagna
  3. Carico assistenziale per i caregiver e dipendenza del paziente dopo dimissione dall’unitŕ di area critica
Dalle 15:25 alle 15:30  -  HALL 3
  1. Long-term ICU complications after prolonged critical illness: post-ICU patient care
  2. Maghana Schouwmans, Olanda
  3. Le complicazioni a lungo termine da Terapia Intensiva dopo prolungata patologia critica: cura post-intensiva del paziente
Dalle 15:30 alle 15:35  -  HALL 3
  1. The meaning of follow-up in intensive care: patients’ perspective
  2. Sissel L. Storli, Norvegia
  3. Il significato del follow-up in terapia intensiva: la prospettiva del malato
Dalle 15:35 alle 15:40  -  HALL 4
  1. SESSION 16 CARDIOTHORACIC CARE IN PICU
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Dalle 15:40 alle 15:45  -  HALL 4
  1. Assistance to the paediatric patient with mechanical support
  2. Susanna Padrini, Italia
Dalle 15:45 alle 15:50  -  HALL 4
  1. Broselow color coding system in a non paediatric intensive care unit
  2. Elisa Pittini, Italia
Dalle 15:50 alle 15:55  -  HALL 4
  1. The case manager in cardiology and paediatric heart surgery: possible applications and organizational impact
  2. Samantha Scolari, Italia
Dalle 15:55 alle 16:00  -  MAIN HALL
  1. SESSION 17 RISK MANAGEMENT
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Dalle 16:00 alle 16:05  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Does a blame free environment creates a safe environment in ICU’s?
  2. Birte Baktoft
Dalle 16:05 alle 16:10  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Implementing of a new clinical documentation system to improve multidisciplinary team integration and prevent clinical errors in an Emergency ICU
  2. Chiara Peduto, Italia
Dalle 16:10 alle 16:15  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Risk management and incident reports: instruments for quality care
  2. Sabrina Egman, Italia
Dalle 16:15 alle 16:20  -  HALL 2
  1. SESSION 18 CARING FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES
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Dalle 16:20 alle 16:25  -  HALL 2
  1. Outdoor trips: the experiences of ICU patients
  2. Malene Skjoedt, Danimarca
Dalle 16:25 alle 16:30  -  HALL 2
  1. Conversation with relatives of brain-dead patients: a caring perspective
  2. Anette Mussman, Danimarca
Dalle 16:30 alle 16:35  -  HALL 2
  1. High symptom levels of acute posttraumatic stress disorder following critical illness and intensive care treatment
  2. Karin Samuelson, Svezia
Dalle 16:35 alle 16:40  -  HALL 3
  1. SESSION 19 INTENATIONAL CULTURAL ISSUES
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Dalle 16:40 alle 16:45  -  HALL 3
  1. The EfCCNa exchange programme: an opportunity for ICU nurses to learn and grow professionally
  2. Erika Bassi, Italia
Dalle 16:45 alle 16:50  -  HALL 3
  1. Food is not enough without essential nutrients millions of children will die: this is a medical emergency. A Campagn of Medicines Sans Frontieres
  2. Ettore Mazzanti, Italia
Dalle 16:50 alle 16:55  -  HALL 3
  1. An excellent project of health in a third world context: Africa
  2. Maria Cristina Rossi, Italia
Dalle 16:55 alle 17:00  -  HALL 3
  1. Innovations in colostomy care of children in India
  2. Raman Kalia, India
Dalle 17:00 alle 17:05  -  HALL 4
  1. SESSION 20 EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION
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Dalle 17:05 alle 17:10  -  HALL 4
  1. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) rescue for cardiopulmonary resuscitation in Emergency Department: report of four cases
  2. Enrico Lumini, Italia
Dalle 17:10 alle 17:20  -  HALL 4
  1. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation as a bridge to lung transplantation: a case report
  2. Francesco Galantino, Italia
Dalle 17:20 alle 17:25  -  HALL 4
  1. ECMO: Nursing management of patients with cardiopulmonary bypass circuit for temporary life support in potentially reversible cardiac and/or respiratory failure as a bridge to transplantation
  2. Sandra Sansolino, Italia

11 Ottobre - October 2008

Dalle 09:00 alle 09:05  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Welcome
  2. John Albarran
Dalle 09:05 alle 09:10  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Caring and curing: a paradigm for intensive care
  2. Elio Drigo, Italia
Dalle 09:10 alle 09:15  -  MAIN HALL
  1. The power of caring: evidenced-based critical care
  2. Elizabeth Papathanassoglou, Grecia
Dalle 09:15 alle 09:20  -  MAIN HALL
  1. SESSION 21 PAIN AND SEDATION PRACTICE
  2. .
Dalle 09:20 alle 09:25  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Assessment of pain in ICU in patients who cannot communicate: clinical interest of the SOS DOLOUSI, a Behavioral Pain Scale
  2. Marie De Val, Belgio
Dalle 09:25 alle 09:30  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Validation of behavioral pain scales in verbal and non-verbal patients
  2. Eleni Kletsiou, Grecia
Dalle 09:30 alle 09:35  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Pain assessment in cognitively impaired patients: how about the Zurich Observation Pain Assessment?
  2. Irmela Gnass, Germania
Dalle 09:35 alle 09:40  -  MAIN HALL
  1. An evaluation of daily sedation vacation in mechanically ventilated patients within the adult intensive care milieu and its impact on patient outcomes
  2. Jenni Templeman, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 09:40 alle 09:45  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Perspective validation of Manchester Pain Ruler for pain evaluation in Emergency Department
  2. Enrico Lumini, Italia
Dalle 09:45 alle 09:50  -  HALL 2
  1. SESSION 22 ADVANCING EMERGENCY CARE
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Dalle 09:50 alle 09:55  -  HALL 2
  1. Emergency room and triage: a psychological help experience
  2. Antonella Gaston, Italia
Dalle 09:55 alle 10:00  -  HALL 2
  1. The examination of the knowledge and application of nurses in emergency room and intensive care units about the physical restraint
  2. Serdar Saritas, Turchia
Dalle 10:00 alle 10:05  -  HALL 2
  1. A descriptive study on emergency department doctors’ and nurses’ knowledge and attitudes regarding substance use and substance users
  2. Sean Kelleher, Irlanda
Dalle 10:05 alle 10:10  -  HALL 2
  1. Analysis and economic evaluation of certain diagnostic therapeutic pathways
  2. Bruna Giugno, Italia
Dalle 10:10 alle 10:15  -  HALL 3
  1. SESSION 23 COMMUNICATION IN THE ICU
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Dalle 10:15 alle 10:20  -  HALL 3
  1. Impact of nurse counselling on mental well-being of heart transplant recipients: design of a prospective randomized study
  2. Luana Gattafoni, Italia
Dalle 10:20 alle 10:25  -  HALL 3
  1. Do you wish to hear what the intubated patient is saying?
  2. Dorte Mřller Hansen, Danimarca
Dalle 10:25 alle 10:30  -  HALL 3
  1. Communication between health care professionals and patients admitted to an intensive care unit
  2. Birgitte Třrring, Danimarca
Dalle 10:30 alle 10:35  -  HALL 3
  1. Phenomenological investigation of the interpersonal relationship between nurses and critically ill patients
  2. Foteini Vouzavali, Grecia
Dalle 10:35 alle 10:40  -  HALL 4
  1. SESSION 24 RESPONDING TO THE CRITICALLY ILL
  2. .
Dalle 10:40 alle 10:45  -  HALL 4
  1. First aid emergency calls: Italy tests the Emotional Content and Co-operation Score (ECCS) associated with transactional model
  2. Loreana Macale, Italia
Dalle 10:45 alle 10:50  -  HALL 4
  1. Introducing a Medical Emergency Team (MET) in a Swedish hospital
  2. Lena Ottemark, Svezia
Dalle 10:50 alle 10:55  -  HALL 4
  1. Developing communication skills to initiate safe practice for critically ill patients: Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (The SBAR tool)
  2. Helen Cox, Gran Bretagna
Dalle 10:55 alle 11:00  -  HALL 4
  1. A realistic evaluation of track and trigger systems and acute care training for early recognition and treatment of deteriorating ward –based patients: research protocol
  2. Jennifer McGaughey, Irlanda del Nord
Dalle 11:00 alle 11:05  -  HALL 4
  1. Experiences of ICU patients’ relatives in ICU: “Do not forget us”
  2. Hatice Çiçek, Turchia
Dalle 11:05 alle 11:10  -  MAIN HALL
  1. Announcement 4th Efccna Congress 2011
  2. Birthe Baktoft e Mette Ring, Danimarca
Dalle 11:10 alle 11:15  -  MAIN HALL
  1. CLOSING REMARKS
  2. <p> Jos Latur, Olanda e Elio Drigo, Italia </p><p>Rosa Thorsteindottir - President of EfCCNa</p>