II INTERNATIONAL DAY ON INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN CARE
Oct 7, 2021
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GRANADA
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HUVN

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Professionals committed to the care, research and quality training

Why?

Sabemos que a través de la investigación, la práctica basada en los mejores resultados cientificos, con actuaciones que mejoren la seguridad del paciente y, con un paradigma de humanización, son los pilares básicos de una antención de calidad

What do we do?

Conocer y compartir las estrategias para el desarrollo de la profesión, los cuidados en tiempo de pandemia y la innovación que promueven las nuevas tecnologias para avanzar en calidad y seguridad del paciente

Speakers

II INTERNATIONAL DAY ON INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN CARE

Morning
October 7, 2021
Afternoon
October 7, 2021

Opening of the Conference

Dª Mª Ángeles García Rescalvo. Managing director HUVN.
Dª Yolanda Mejías Martín. Director of Nursing HUVN.
D. Jacinto Escobar Navas. President of the Illustrious College of Nursing of Granada .
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Inaugural conference “Opportunity and Strategy: Nurses for the 21st Century”. Dª Rosa Mª Pérez Hernández'.

Primary Care Nurse Case Manager. Former Regional Director of Care Development and Innovation. Moderator: Ms. Alicia Pineda Lloréns. Deputy Director of Care HUVN.
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Table I “Added value to the quality of care provided by nurses with specialist skills”.

Moderate: D. Francisco Lozano Olea. Mental Health Nurse Specialist.
1. “The sexual health consultation: caring for the oncogynecological patient”. Dª Laura Cámara Roca. Midwife Maternal and Child Hospital (HMI) HUVN.
2. “ Contributions of the specialist nurse in Pediatrics”.
Dª Lucía Polán González. EIR. Pediatric Nursing HMI (HUVN).
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11:00 - 11:30

Break: Scientific Coffee

Table II “A reality bath called Covid-19: three HUVN healthcare experiences”

Moderated by Ms. Estefanía Martínez Linde. HMI Oncogynecology Supervisor (HUVN).
1. “Caring for the team to humanize care in the HUVN Emergency areas”.

D. Miguel Angel Bueno Peralta.Emergency Supervisor H. Neurotraumatology (HNTR) HUVN.
Dª Begoña Maldonado Cabrera. Emergency Nurse General Hospital (HG) HUVN.
D. Mauricio Requena Moya. Emergency Nurse (HG) HUVN.
Dª María Remedios Rodríguez Jiménez. Emergency Nurse HNTR (HUVN).
2. “The future of Intensive Care units after Covid-19: opportunities and improvements”.

D. Miguel Ángel Quesada García. Supervisor UCI, HG (HUVN).
Dª Arancha González Espigares. Nurse Nurse UCI, HG (HUVN).
Dª Luisa María Quesada Iañez. Supervisor UCI, HNTR (HUVN).
3. “Experiences during the pandemic period among people with Mental Health problems”.

Dª María López Maldonado. Mental Health Nurse Specialist HUVN.
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Table III Communications

Moderated by Mr. Oscar Segura Calvo. HNTR Orthopedics, Infections and Tumors Unit Supervisor (HUVN)
1. Comprehensive approach in pediatric palliative care: bibliographic review.
Dª Ana González Cruz. Graduated in Nursing at the University of Sevilla.
2. Assisting nurse in outpatient clinics, Jaén Hospital.

Dª Rocío Domingo Ortega. Assisting nurse in outpatient clinics. Jaén Hospital.
3. Efficient, collaborative and interdisciplinary response to the patient with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

Dª Dolores Vellido González. Case Manager Nurse. Virgen de la Nieves University Hospital, Granada.
4. Role of the Intermediate Respiratory Care Unit during the Covid-19 pandemic: Nursing competencies.

Dª Ana Carmen Navas Ortega. Nursing Supervisor Hospitalization of Pulmonology, Functional Tests and Consultations, Virgen de las Nieves University Hospital, Granada.
5. Adherence to the Mediterranean diet during pregnancy.

Dª María Rosario Román Gálvez. Rural nurse at the Alhama de Granada Assistance Unit.
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14:00 - 16:00

Lunch break

Table IV “ Health care and care for life in different cultural realities ”

Moderated by Mª Ángeles Toledo Páez. Block Chief HG (HUVN).
1.“Measures to face the pandemic: obstacles and potential in Brazil and El Salvador”.

Dª Mª Antonieta Rubio Tydoll. Emeritus Professor of Nursing Univ. Of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). D.Kevin Antonio Rojas Aguilar. Chief Nurse of Intensive Care at the National Hospital of El Salvador.
2 . “How the pandemic has affected Public Health and the work of nurses in Norway”.

Dª Kathrine Kleven.Pediatric Nurse Specialist. Internal Medicine, Infection and Pediatric Neurology at St Olavs Hospital (Trondehim). Associate Professor at the Norwegian University of Technology and Sciences (NTNU).
Mª del Carmen Mercado Sánchez. EIR in Pediatrics at the Norwegian University of Technology and Sciences (NTNU). NICU Nurse. St Olavs Hospital (Trondheim) .
3. “Ostomy Patient Care in Times of Pandemic What Does Advanced Practice Bring?”.

Dª Josefa Martín Cebrián. HG Ostomy Referral Nurse (HUVN).
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Table V “Benefits of new technologies and ICTs in health care ”.

Moderated by Ms. Mercedes Villegas Calvo. Deputy Director of Nursing HNTR (HUVN).
1. “Facilitating tools for information management in healthcare practice”.

Mrs. María García Puente. Alterbiblio company. Head of the H. Fundación Jiménez Díaz library (Madrid).
2. “Impact of the use of technologies in care. UPP prevention”.

Mrs. Gema Yagüe de Antonio. Quality Supervisor, Skin Unit. Reference of Electronic Clinical History of the H. University La Paz, H. Canto Blanco and H. Carlos III.
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Conferencia de Clausura
"Enfermeras aquí y ahora: Un cambio ilusionante para el desarrollo de los cuidados".

Dª Nieves Lafuente Robles. Directora de la Estrategia de Cuidados de la Consejería de Salud y Familias de la Junta de Andalucía. Modera: Dª Yolanda Mejías Martín. Directora de Enfermería HUVN.
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