An insight into current research at the School of Nursing and Midwifery
Date: Thu, 20 September 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Location: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands Perth, Joske East, 8th Floor, G Block
Presenters: Professor Anne Williams, Professor Anne Wilkinson, Ms Susan Slatyer, Ms Shereen Hamadneh, Ms Vicki Cope, Ms Caroline Vafeas
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Staff and students from the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Edith Cowan University, will present six projects currently being conducted. The topics for this Research Colloquium will be:
- End of life care
- Migration of Registered Nurses
- Nursing resilience
- Patient safety
- Pain management
- SIDS education in Jordan.
- Professor Anne Wilkinson
3.30pm - 3.50pm
Results of the Initial Implementation of the Liverpool Care Pathway in Rural Western Australia.
- Ms Caroline Vafeas
3.50pm - 4.10pm
Migration Matters: The Experience of Registered Nurses from the United Kingdom Migrating to Western Australia; a Heuristic Study.
- Ms Vicki Cope
4.10pm - 4.30pm
Quotes from the Field: Portraits of Contemporary Nursing Resilience.
- Ms Susan Slatyer
4.30pm - 4.50pm
Nurses’ Responses to Patients in Severe Pain: The Role of Empathy.
- Ms Shereen Hamadneh
4.50pm - 5.10pm
Exploring the Impact of Implementing an Education Package for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome on the Knowledge and Practice of Jordanian Nurses and Midwives.
- Associate Professor Anne Williams
5.10pm - 5.30pm
Are Patient Safety Teams a Feasible and Effective Way to Keep Patients Safe in Hospital? Preliminary Findings from an Action Research Study.