International Conference for Nurse Practitioner / Advanced Practice Nursing


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Sunday 26 August 2018

Special Petrie Roodbol

Special Petrie Roodbol – The maturation of the Dutch Nurse Practitioners
Workshop 1 Primary Care-min
Workshop 4 Mental Healthcare-min
Workshop 5 Oncology

Launch of the Dutch Chapter of IntNSA

Introduction Launch of the Dutch Chapter of IntNSA – Stephen Strobbe
European perspective an IntNSA – Carmel Clancy
Dutch perspective and collaboration in Europe – Chris Loth


Keynote Marieke Schuurmans – The next step in developing advanced nursing worldwide for better and safe health care
Opening address ICN – Annette Kennedy

Monday 27 August 2018


Keynote Kim Byas – The role of advanced nurses (nurse practitioners) within changing healthcare landscape (an international perspective)
Keynote Nico van Meeteren – Continuation of success
Keynote Silvia Cassiani – Advanced practice nursing situation in Latin America
Keynote Melissa Kleine Bingham – The need for integrated care

Parallel Sessions Round 1

4 – Developing an evidence-based educational framework for implementing the APN-NP role into Abu Dhabi
59 – Advanced clinical practitioner apprenticeships in England, a new model to consider
65 – Continuity of care for people with severe mental illness
67 – Complications and risk factors in elderly with hip fracture following orthogeriatric treatment
88 – Development of the nurse practitioner role in Tanzania
91 – Transcending responsibility, dealing with the harmful use of alcohol
171 – Task sharing and task shifting in nursing and midwifery, implications for policy development
180 – The advanced nurse practitioner mental health in forensic psychiatry
181 – Job satisfaction of nurse practitioners in the Netherlands. Facilitators and barriers
199 – Symptomatic and functional recovery in late-life depression
207 – Developing of APRN education and role in Hungary
213 – Failures, qualitative study on patient perspective, living with ADHD, sleeping and eating disorders
214 – Developing and implementing a primary care advanced nurse practitioner masters programmes
216 – New models of care meet the needs of older adults, the development of a gerontology nursing service
337 – How nurse practitioners globally have addressed the UN’s sustainable development goal
375 – Forensic psychiatry, facts and fiction
411 – Preparing nurse practitioner students to deliver adolescent SBIRT for substance use
457 – Chronotherapy, a new light on things
474 – Applied complex clinical decision making for nurse specialists in mental health care
520 – An innovative education model to improve resuscitation skills and neonatal outcomes in rural India
523 – Providing quality patient-centered care for refugee children
554 – The use of the SPIKES protocol to improve communication for nurse practitioners a global approach
570 – Introducing advanced nursing practice to an ED in Saudi Arabia – A quality improvement initiative
CW1 – Updates on management of hypertension and cardio-vascular disease

Parallel Sessions Round 2

7 – Advanced Practice Nurse-led interprofessional collaborative practice, outcomes and model evolution
23 – The doctoral pathway for entry into advanced practice
73 – Stroke care, the best practices for APNs across the globe
89 – Improving access through the integration of the nurse practitioner in a Saudi Arabian walk-in clinic
125 – Project to regulate APN in Switzerland
163 – The lived reality by relatives of residents with dementia and staff perceived challenging behaviour

191 – A national evaluation of new legal independent rights for Dutch nurse practitioners
200 – Complexity and addiction in older adults, the role of the Advanced Practice Nurse
241 – The NP brings specialistic care to immobile patients
244 – Evaluating NP experimental legal authority, what if something goes wrong
245 – From principal physician to managing caregiver and the NP role
286 – Measuring the productivity of inpatient Nurse Practitioners, objective measure of productivity
323 – The nurse practitioner, bridging the gap between scientific research and clinical practice
330 – A description of the role of advanced geriatric nurses in Norway – a qualitative study
346 – Developing an MSc advanced clinical practitioner apprenticeship programme
349 – APN education in mental health – a case example of network program by 4UAS in Finland
360 – Organizational and system factors influencing nurse practitioner patient panel size in primary care
377 – Knowledge of healthcare workers regarding psychotropic drugs and the matter of the NP
437 – Self-management education in patients with bronchiectasis
464 – Association of physical activity and sitting time with physical function in hemodialysis patients
467 – Collaborative communication in nurse practitioner consultations, using open interaction styles
503 – Bridging gaps – advancing practice through interprofessional education and collaborative practice
505 – Autism spectrum disorder in children; update for primary care providers
607 – Interprofessional international education collaboration preceptorships-physicians and FNP students
SP2 – The role of nurse practitioners in a new healthy ageing approach

Parallel Sessions Round 3

8 – The contribution Advanced Nursing and Midwifery Practitioners to patient outcomes
10 – Factors determining the need for youth-ACT
19 – Convening a consensus based work group to identify common competencies across four APRN roles
57 – Enhanced well child visits in primary care

68 – Impact of orthogeriatric treatment on 1-year mortality in elderly with hip fracture
77 – Cardiovascular risk in familial hypercholesterolemia patients using optimal lipid lowering therapy
97 – Increased fracture risk in elderly patients with a hip fracture, treatment for osteoporosis
126 – Development of national master competences for regulating APN
127 – Transforming the advanced practice landscape in Scotland
139 – NP scope of practice in an interprofessional primary healthcare practice model in Canada
193 – Quality improvement of research in cardiac surgery, role of the nurse practitioner
220 – Effects of competence-focused education in a Dutch advanced nurse practitioner education program
223 – Epilepsy and pregnancy
262 – Implementing the advanced practice role in the Africa region, opportunities and challenges
303 – Added value of orthopaedic nurse practitioner and physician assistants in the Dutch care and cure
365 – Providing advanced care through gynaecological cancer treatment in a Swiss university hospital
384 – Exploring the ANPs value in the Dutch general practice on patient healthcare consumption outcomes
391 – Can we predict a delirium after cardiac surgery. A validation study of a delirium risk checklist
427 – ntroduction of the advanced nursing practice in heart failure management in Cyprus
483 – Advanced practice nurse development in Singapore
489 – Advanced nursing practice for patients with lymphoma and autologous stem cell transplantation
499 – An APN in the sarcoma center – which patient needs are addressed
511 – Your patient served in the military, now what. NPs and APNs caring for veterans in civilian practice
518 – Development and status of nurse prescriber education in Finland
525 – The evidence-based practice competencies, a framework for EBP integration into academic programs
526 – How to implement nurse practitioners in primary care and elderly care, and what is the impact
612 – The development of district nurses in advanced practice
CW3 – Management of the 10 most common infections worldwide

Parallel Sessions Round 4

11 – A nurse practitioner modeled patient-centered approach to chronic pain management in primary care
21 – Inter-professional education and practice
108 – What do healthcare professionals say about improving patient self-management
109 – A snapshot of clinical educational experiences of advanced nurses worldwide
115 – Engaging APRN and MSW students in interprofessional clinical simulation
185 – The role of nurse practitioner on the phase I unit in oncology
194 – What does the NP mean to you, a patient oriented qualitative study in oncologicalpalliative care
195 – NP RN care coordination for chronic disease management in rural America
205 – A rheumatology patientpanel; the patient is the expert, we are the specialist
229 – The contribution of Italian nursing doctoral schools to the development of nursing evidence
252 – Examining and at the same time challenging APN students in enhancing their clinical leadership role
327 – Perspectives on the added value of nurse practitioners in the outpatient clinic in The Netherlands
390 – Delphi study of APNs’ EBP competencies indicates consensus among EBP nurse experts in Finland
393 – Optimizing osteoporosis care within a family practice through participatory action research
414 – Visual analysis of the direct comprehensive care domains of the NPAPN a global comparative study
460 – Bringing a successful post masters DNP program internationally
471 – Nurses in advanced roles in Finnish health care services – the views of the shop stewards
504 – Clinical nursing leadership in France a concept to develop urgently
519 – The advanced practice nurse role what is one Brazilian university’s understanding and readiness
533 – Assessing competency, belief in evidence based practice among nursing faculty a national study
575 – Implementation of the engagement model
590 – Do they care. Entrustable professional activities for nurse practitioners
591 – Development of diagnostic reasoning skills in a Dutch advanced nurse practitioner education program
CW4 – So you think it’s dementia

Tuesday 28 August 2018


Keynote Janet Stifter – Moving health care forward, empowering nurse leaders
Keynote Joyce M. Knestrick – Regulation of NP APN roles; professional responsibility for individuals and organizations
Keynote Susan Hassmiller – Advance Practice Nurses; leading to build a culture of health and well-being

Parallel Sessions Round 5

6 – Improving medication management on CKD patients stage 4-5
10 – Findings from the third Australian nurse practitioners national prescribing survey
79 – Spiritual care practices of APNs a multinational perspective
93 – The evolutionary stages of prescriptive authority empirical and normative considerations
95 – Intravenous immunoglobulin therapy for small fiber neuropathy, a RCT on efficacy and safety
98 – The role of the NP in skin cancer care in general practice
133 – Health related quality of life, a prospective cohort study in phase I oncology trial participants
174 – Implementation barriers and facilitators of clinical nurse specialist and specialized nurses in oncology
192 – Steps towards a fully integrated electronic blood transfusion system, role of the APN hemovigilance
240 – Health professionals’ dealing with hope in palliative patients with cancer, an explorative study
254 – Mentoring faculty in a newly developed advanced practice program in Hungary
274 – Innovation of information provision, a project for the nurse practitioner
318 – Comprehensive care provided by the different specialisms of nurse practitioners in the Netherlands
325 – Advanced critical care practitioner- a new role and new challenges
347 – Insomnia and substance use disorders; an evidence based clinical treatment
398 – International nurses society on addictions; addressing substance use as a global health risk
399 – Evaluation of a compression vest for symptomatic breastchest wall edema in breast cancer patients
405 – Successful leadership and advocacy to optimize advanced practice nursing roles
409 – Foundations for the future, the leadership of the AANP over the decades
479 – The need for collaboration and clinical leadership in mental health care
539 – Harm reduction, engaging people who inject drugs in setting and achieving personal goals
561 – Patient centered care in the digital age
583 – Evaluation of spiritual care competency following an advanced practice nursing program
592 – Evaluation of Moral Case Deliberation as a workplace-based assessment in the ANP curriculum
611 – Development of screening criteria for medical and nursing apps for educational purposes
618 – Empowering Nurse Practitioners for Business Ownership, Creating Change, Advancing Healthcare
CW5 – Nurse prescribing principles and developments

Parallel Sessions Round 6

86 – Ensuring organisational understanding to secure the advanced practice workforce
123 – Errorless learning, an intervention for patients with Korsakoff’s syndrome to learn skills
141 – Results of a national prescribing survey of registered nurse and midwifery prescribers in Ireland
145 – The link between opioid prescribing & overdose lessons from the United States
148 – A comparative study of clinical decision-making processes from a Nordic perspective
152 – Empowering NP’s and APN’s for co-creation of good care by means of moral case deliberation (MCD)
239 – Hope dies last… a qualitative study into the meaning of hope for people with advanced cancer
249 – Task performance and competences of advanced nurse and midwife practitioners, a crosssectional study
275 – Improving the supporting role of nursing communication between parent with breastcancer and their child
277 – Care of the medically complex patient in post acute settings
281 – Delineation of specialized and advanced practice nursing roles
402 – Measuring leadership skills of nurses necessary to implement EBP
404 – The health education England (Wessex) advanced clinical practice development programme project
446 – Leadership competencies and attributes in advanced nursing practice; an integrated review
455 – Evaluation of case manager role implementation at Vasa central hospital
480 – Fecal incontinence in IBD an inconvenient truth
482 – Putting ‘addiction’ into all nursing prequalifying educational programmes
508 – Increasing global capacity in advanced practice nursing students
534 – Devloping a framework for prescribing by registered nurse in Australia
SP6 – True leadership, be a leader

Parallel Sessions Round 7

15 – Leadership experiences of London-based advanced nurse practitioners, a case study
17 – Building sustainable psychiatric mental health nursing education systems, dynamicity and resiliency
18 – Develop a personal strategic plan to enhanceguide your leadership skills learn it & apply it today
100 – Establishment and practice of nurse-led clinics in tertiary hospitals in China, a national survey
151 – Bipolar and substance abuse the experiences with a new group therapy
157 – Advanced practice nurses providing education to nurses working with patients with substance use
159 – Bridging gaps to addiction treatment with collaborative practice among advanced practice nurses
196 – Exploring preceptorship supports for nurse practitioner students in distance learning programs
198 – Nurse practitioners in the Netherlands, role development and professional identity
225 – Peer support group meetings experiences of gay refugees in The Netherlands
227 – Key role of NP in multicultural nursing home with somatic, psychiatric and psychogeriatric health
238 – Best practices of teaching environment for nurse practitioners
270 – Contraceptive counselling to female eritrean refugees aged 15-25 in primary care in The Netherlands
282 – Yes we can! Nurse Practitioners in Dutch nursing homes bridge the gap between cure and care
293 – Home-based primary care; novel opportunities for advanced practice nurses
295 – Making numbers make sense, statistics essentials for APN practice
316 – Nurse practitioners’ focus on health care in terms of cure and care, analysis of graduate theses
326 – Delivering fit-for-purpose Advanced Practitioners
350 – Caring for immigrant patient – pictures help communicating with non-native patient
382 – Job satisfaction and empowerment of self-employed nurse practitioners, a mixed methods-study
403 – The role of nurses in drug and alcohol treatment
430 – The use of simulation in preparing advanced nurse practitioners for decision making around DNACPR
498 – Development of nurse practitioner role in emergency care, a framework based action research project
501 – Nurse practitioners need to fill competence gaps in primary care
516 – Utilizing a cultural approach to promote exercise in older adults
528 – Hot-spotting in a nurse practitioner-managed free clinic
546 – Nurse practitioners, the key to providing integrated mental health care in primary care
560 – Nurse Practitioners Breaking Barriers
624 – Accelerated direct-entry nurse practitioner programs the student experience
CW7 – Integrating medical and nursing reasoning as core business for the Nurse Practitioner. Where do you stand?

Parallel Sessions Round 8

69 – The Alcohol Group for Elderly (AGE)
71 – The International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists (IFNA), Anesthesia Program Approval Process (APAP)
106 – Bridging the gap between education and clinical practice through the development of a mastery rubric
122 – Investigation of current status of nursing practice in nurse-led clinics
140 – 1) The role of the NP in daytime primary care 2) The role of the NP in out-of-hours primar
246 – The mobile geriatric team the solution in elderly care 2018!
290 – Workshop, tutorial in effective English presentation technique
302 – ‘PARIS’ changes practice transforming care for frail elderly in hospital
312 – Shared decision making in practice and needs of rheumatic patients on nursing support
314 – The establishment of the Certified Nurse Specialist in The Dutch legal system
317 – How can advanced practice nurses improve patient care on surgical wards
334 – Medication non-adherence in hematological-oncological patients in their home situation
379 – Hospitalization of patients with end-stage disease dilemmas and strategies
396 – Develop a tailored graphic model design for integrative care for your practice
406 – Recognizing and reducing harms from diagnostic errors; lessons for advanced practice nurses
407 – Why less is more; challenges in overdiagnosis and overtreatment for APNs
417 – Exploring nurse practitioner employment, practice and inter-professional networks
418 – Nurse practitioners in the ICU an overview
432 – The power of networking to advance the APN profession your role as an APN Ambassador
435 – PEPPA Plus – a possibility to evaluate advanced practice nursing within an acute care setting
439 – Development of an APN role for patient with a brain tumor and their families in a Swiss hospital
478 – Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) in nurse practitioner education
506 – Activities of advanced nursing practice in mental health care
540 – Mind the gap, a guide to discuss medication use and (non)adherence at adolescents with ADHD
558 – Deprescribing in the older adult process, rationale and clinical practice for safe prescribing
615 – Doctor of Nursing Practice Led Model of Care in Patients with Heart Failure

Wednesday 29 August 2018


Keynote Petrie Roodbol & Rijk Gans – Collaboration of physicians, nurse practitioners; blind dates
Keynote Melanie Rogers – Global Advanced Practice Nurse and Nurse Practitioners. Where are we now?
Keynote Mariëlle Blankestijn – Transformation by undergoing the patient experience
Keynote Madrean Schober – Leading innovation and transformation in the provision of healthcare services
Keynote Lisbeth Fagerström – Advanced practice nursing and multi-professional collaboration – from a person-centred perspective
Keynote Thomas Kearns – Advanced Nursing Practice; ‘Expanding’ across the scope of Mental Health Nursing

Parallel Sessions Round 9

58 – Association of Advanced Practice Educators (AAPE) UK. Who are we and how can you join our network?
273 – Developing contextually and culturally adaptable non-communicable disease APN education
335 – An urgent need for standardization and regulation of nurse specialist education in Norway
341 – New Zealand nurse practitioner training programme integrates education, registration and employment
342 – Perinatal outcomes by provider type in a universally insured environment
345 – Cultural considerations in mental health screenings in a medically underserved communicty in Peru
357 – Nurse practitioners in the lead, the first year of a new community of practice at hospital Tergooi
367 – Why are you so pale, could it be anemia
392 – How to use the Critical Appraisal of a Topic (CAT) in ANP curricula
423 – Equal partners in pediatric skin and wound care; multidisciplinary best practice project
431 – Role development in advanced nursing practice in a university hospital
451 – Management of acne in primary health care; the good, the bad and the ugly
466 – Addressing the gaps in the standards of education for advanced nursing practice globally
481 – The process to become APN – critical learning incidence method in reflection of professional growth
535 – International addictions curriculum developed by advanced practice nurses and social work faculty
538 – Talking about sex, nurse practitioners improving their patient’s sexual health
544 – Geriatrics interprofessional fellowship program for graduate nursing and social work students
548 – From bedside to boardroom changing healthcare and the role of the NPAPN
551 – Decreasing barriers for nurse practitioner social entrepreneurship
555 – Survey of NP transition to practicenurse residency programs; characteristic, capacity, curriculum
633 – New Advanced Nurse Practice Role inspired by Australian pioneers
SP9 – The knowledge explosion delegation and personalised medicine are here to stay

Parallel Sessions Round 10

14 – Partnership strategies to ensure a quality advanced practice nursing workforce
74 – Using social media to provide neonatal education for nurses and midwives in Burundi
173 – The development of leadership roles in the implementation of evidence based practice
261 – Choices at the beginning of premature life, lets do it together
268 – Disaster training in nursing; a multidisciplinary and multimodal approach
284 – Reducing childhood anemia in Caracol, Haiti (REACH); a mixed-method, community-based, pilot study
285 – Setting up a national interest group for Nurse Practitioners working in University Medical Centres
309 – The effect of a cessation program on stop smoking prior to orthopaedic surgery
343 – Palliative care in psychiatry. Describing best practice after five years and the role of the MNAP
353 – Patient characteristics and nurse practitioner activities in primary care a mixed-methods study
359 – Implementation of advanced practice nurses in Hanover medical school following PEPPA Framework
361 – The introduction of the APN role in Denmark
366 – Advanced geriatric nursing in the interdisciplinary team; new learning model
369 – Public speaking skills as a component of the professional competency for Dutch NP students
380 – Measles: more than just a rash
456 – Success factors for advanced geriatric nurses service models in Norwegian primary health care
485 – A coordinated strategy in Chile to implement APN in primary health care using the PEPPA framework
496 – Introducing the family nurse practitioner role in Haiti, striving to improve country health outcomes
497 – Advocating for children with autism through policy change
514 – Reinvesting the benefits of education in advanced nursing practice in West Africa; a case study
550 – The perceptions and experiences of new primary care NPs providing sexual and reproductive care
552 – Let’s talk! Promoting ‘healthy sex chats’ between parents and adolescents
574 – The implementation of a juniors APN role at a Children’s University Hospital
616 – Introducing FNPs to Israel’s Medical System – the Experience at Meuhedet HMO
626 – Nurse Led organisation of specialist health care for people with ID makes the difference
627 – Addiction nursing around the world. The Nurse Practitioner as co-ordinator of addiction care
CW10 – Electrocardiography from basic interpretation to recognition of acute life threatening phenomena