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Day 2 :

  • Gerontology Nursing | Gynaecological Nursing | Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing | Cardiovascular Nursing | Surgical Nursing | Oncology Nursing
Speaker
Biography:

Yanmeng Yang is studying on her master's degree of nursing in Sichuan University. She had participated in many academic conferences at home and abroad.

 

Abstract:

ObjectiveTo explore the status and influencing factors of nurses' subjective well-being, and analyze its correlation with job burnout.

MethodsA cross-sectional study was used to investigate nurses by using the general data questionnaire, the Campbell well-being index scale and the Maslach Burnout Inventory—Human Service Survey.

Result: A total of 336 questionnaires were collected, and the score of Campbell well-being index scale was 10.11 (3.65), of which the total emotional index score was 5.09(2.07) and the life satisfaction score was 5(2). 4.8% were low degree of happiness, 43.2% were moderately happy, 52.15% were high degree of happiness. 25% had mild job burnout, 16.7% had moderate job burnout, and 6.5% had severe job burnout. Age, education and wage satisfaction had an effect on subjective well-being (P=0.018, 0.024, <0.001). Spearman correlation analysis showed that the subjective well-being was negatively correlated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalization (r=-0.610, -0.423; P < 0.001, P < 0.001), and was positively correlated with the sense of achievement (r=0.308, P < 0.001).

ConclusionsJob burnout affects the subjective well-being of nurses. It is necessary to pay attention to the job burnout of nurses and improve the sense of achievement of nurses in order to improve the subjective well-being.

 

Speaker
Biography:

Yue Feng is working on her MD at Sichuan University in China. She had participated in many academic conference at home and abroad, and has published several papers in reputed journals

Abstract:

Objective The association of PAI-1 promoter 4G/5G gene polymorphism with peripherally inserted central catheter related upper extremity venous thrombosis(PICC-UEVT) is still not well defined. We explore the relationship between PAI-1 promoter 4G/5G gene polymorphism and PICC-UEVT in Chinese lung cancer patients. The clinical factors associated with PICC-UEVT is also analyzed.

Methods A total of 237 lung cancer patients were included. Blood samples were collected to detect the PAI-1 genotype, Caprini risk model was  used after the catheterization of a PICC. Color Doppler ultrasound were performed after 48 hours to inspect whether catheter related venous thrombosis was formed, and then patients received ultrasound again on the 7th, 14th, 21st days.

Results The incidence of PICC-UEVT was 13.50% and the median occurrence time was 5.00 (3.00-7.25) days. There were 3 genotypes of PAI-1 promoter, and the distribution frequencies of 3 genotypes in thrombosis group and non-thrombus group were:4G/4G type (28.12%:34.17%), 4G/5G type (59.38%:49.27%), 5G/5G type (12.50%:17.56%), and the genotype distribution frequency had no significant difference (P>0.05). The median Caprini risk scores of thrombosis group was 6.16±1.32 while the non-thrombus group was 5.66±0.87, the difference was statistically significant (P=0.049). The logistic regressive analysis showed that patients with higher Caprini risk scores and FIB are risks for the PICC-UEVT. And the risk of PICC-UEVT increases with the Paclitaxel Cisplatin (TP) (OR=18.332, 95%CI: 2.890-116.278) and Gemcitabine Cisplatin (GP) (OR=6.617, 95%CI: 1.210-36.180) regimen compared to those with Pemetrexed Cisplatin (AP) regimen.

Conclusion Medical stuff should attach great importance to the occurrence of venous thrombosis within one week after PICC catheterization as well as patients at high risk according to Caprini risk scores, FIB and take preventive measures actively.

 

 

Zhiying Yue

West China Hospital-Sichuan University, China

Title: Application of QCC in improving pain relief rate of cancer patients
Speaker
Biography:

Henok Mulugeta completed Lecturer of Nursing, Department of Nursing, College of Health Science University of Gondar Address: P.O. Box 196, Gondar, Ethiopia

 

Abstract:

Aim: The study aims to explore the effect of Quality Control Circle (QCC) activities on improving pain relief rate in cancer patients.


Method: 342 patients with cancer pain were randomly selected in July 2015 before the implementation of QCC. The causes of low pain relief rate in cancer patients and the shortcomings in clinical nursing were analyzed. The improvement measures were formulated and implemented. 346 patients with cancer pain were randomly selected in November 2015 after the implementation of QCC, pain relief rate, quality of life and risk of suicide among patients with cancer before and after the implement of QCC.


Result: The pain relief rate of cancer patients increased from 70.2% to 92.5%, quality of life increased from 31.4% to 54.7% and suicide risk from decreased 59.4% to 38.7% after QCC activities. The difference was statistically significant (P<0.05).


Conclusion: QCC can effectively improve pain relief rate of cancer patients, relieve physical and mental pain, improve the quality of life, reflect social and humanistic care and improve the overall level of hospital medical care and nursing quality.

Speaker
Biography:

Will be updated soon 

Abstract:

The project was carried out by professional staff from the unit- doctors, had nurse and social worker. During the last 6 mounts the project was based on evaluation and diagnostics on the needs of the elderly patients. The evaluation included medical information, nursing evaluation and social status of each patient. Special attention was given to elderly patients with poor physical and emotional condition and to those who didn't have family or community support.             

                                                                             Results:

Main issues that came up during the intervention were about fears and anxieties of the medical situation, anxiety how they can handle themselves at home, especially for those who have no family and need support and monitoring of  the                  therapeutic factors in the community                                                    

                                                                   Conclusion:

The project has raised awareness about the special needs of the elderly patients. More concern should be taken about those needs. We found out that the patients that took part in the project were more satisfied during the hospitalization, the anxieties and the concerns of hospitalization decreased and they released to their home with more confidence and knowledge that they can handle themselves at home and get help if they need.       

Speaker
Biography:

Will be Updated Soon 

Abstract:

The project was carried out by professional staff from the unit- doctors, had nurse and social worker. During the last 6 mounts the project was based on evaluation and diagnostics on the needs of the elderly patients. The evaluation included medical information, nursing evaluation and social status of each patient. Special attention was given to elderly patients with poor physical and emotional condition and to those who didn't have family or community suppor       

Main issues that came up during the intervention were about fears and    anxieties of the medical situation, anxiety how they can handle themselves at home, especially for those who have no family and need support and monitoring of  the                  therapeutic factors in the community                                                    

                                                                   Conclusion:

The project has raised awareness about the special needs of the elderly patients. More concern should be taken about those needs. We found out that the patients that took part in the project were more satisfied during the hospitalization the anxieties and the concerns of hospitalization decreased and they released to their home with more confidence and knowledge that they can handle themselves at home and get help if they need.                                                             

                                                                   

 

Speaker
Biography:

Amr I.M. Hawal has his expertise in evaluation and passion in improving the health and wellbeing. His open and contextual evaluation model based on responsive constructivists creates new pathways for improving health care specially in Neonatology field. He has built this model after years of experience in research, evaluation, teaching and administration both in hospital and education institutions. Our case presentation was done in one of the biggest & modern of art & advanced NICU based on tertiary generation level in the region (Latifa Hospital, DHA, Dubai, UAE). 

Abstract:

Statement of the Problem

   It’s a clinical case presentation of a male Preterm infant Newborn (+31 wks) who was delivered in our hospital & transferred to our NICU because of Prematurity, VLBW & need to respiratory support. Baby shortly undergo Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) on 5th day of life shortly after start of expressed milk feeding …! Which was early detected by use of Near Infrared Abdominal spectroscopy (NIRS). Baby was deteriorated clinically in a couple of hours & undergo intestinal perforation with peritonitis , So, Abdominal exploration surgery with intestinal resection & end – to end anastomosis was done urgently.

 Baby improved gradually & early feedings was started & gradually