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Tags: nursing , health care , patient care , midwifes

Concepts, Evidence and Interventions for Improvements

Description

Nursing and health care are highly challenged to provide excellent patient care through continuous improvements of process and outcomes. Therefore, to achieve a resilient and adaptive organization that attracts and retains highly professional and skilled nurses and midwifes becomes essential. This summer school treats concepts and evidence on organizational context of nursing practice and illustrates how US Magnet® principles were implemented in a European health care system.

Target group: Graduates, postgraduates, and professionals highly involved and interested in quality improvements and professional and institutional development active in all domains of nursing and health care: acute and chronic care, mental health care, mother and childcare, residential aged care and home care. We provide the opportunity for institutions to send a delegation of two or three motivated representatives.

Program

Nursing and health care are highly challenged to provide excellent patient care through continuous improvements of processes and outcomes. Therefore, to achieve a resilient and adaptive organization that attracts and retains highly professional and skilled nurses and midwifes becomes essential. This summer school treats concepts and evidence on organizational context of nursing practice and illustrates how US Magnet® principles were implemented in a European health care system.

We provide 8 interactive thematic sessions with following topics:

  • Leadership and strategy
  • Concepts and evidence
  • Learn, adapt and improve the Antwerp University Hospital Journey to Magnet®
  • Practices and experiences in nursing excellence
  • Team-based learning and innovation
  • Team-based leadership and interprofessional collaboration
  • Building up your research program
  • Commentary and reflections

Remarks

A certificate of attendance will be awarded at the end of the programme to all participants who attended all classes.

Successful completion of the summer school can be awarded with 3 credits according the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Credits will be awarded on the base of completing a brief assignment before the start of the programme and submitting a paper focusing on one of the summer school topics after the programme. Particpants completing this assignment will receive a certificate of completion.

To include the credits in the curriculum at the home institution, participants need an agreement with the responsible person at the home institution.

Course number:
ASU25
Type:
Short- en long-term programmes
Area of interest:
Medicine, Health Sciences
Language:
EN
Academic year:
2021 - 2022
Starting date:
28.06.2022
Lecturers:
Paul Van Aken MSc, RN is former CNO of the Antwerp University Hospital

Danny Van heusden MscN, RN is Magnet Program Director and Program Manager Patient Safety Reporting and Learning at the Antwerp University Hospital and teaching and research associate Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium.

Peter Van Bogaert PhD, MSc, RN is a professor and chair of the department Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium.

Ms. Kaat Siebens PhD, MSc, RN is CNO of the Antwerp University Hospital

Ms. Veerle Schoeters Nurse Preceptor Program Manager Antwerp University Hospital

Olaf Timmermans PhD, MScN, RN is a professor Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Antwerp Belgium and HZ University College of Applied Sciences Vlissingen in the Netherlands.

Stijn Slootmans MscN, RN is change manager Antwerp University Hospital and a teaching associate Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC),Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium.

Erik Franck PhD, MScPSY, RN is a psychologist and professor Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium and Karel De Grote University College Antwerp Belgium.

Filip Haegdorens MscN, RN is a clinical nurse in the emergency department Antwerp University Hospital Belgium, a PhD candidate Medical Science sand teaching and research associate Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium.

Martijn Verspuy MscN, RN is a nurse manager at the Antwerp University Hospital Belgium and a PhD candidate Medical Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium and teaching and research associate Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, Centre for Research and Innovation in Care (CRIC), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp Belgium.

Invited speakers:

Johnny Van der Straeten MSc, MBA Chief Executive Officer of the Antwerp University Hospital

Guy Hans MD, PhD Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the Antwerp University Hospital and Professor in Algology (Pain Medicine) University of Antwerp

Guy Hubens MD, PhD, Professor and Dean Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Head of the Departement of Abdominal, Peadiatric and Reconstructive Surgery Anwerp University Hospital
Contact person:
peter.bogaert@uantwerpen.be
Location

University of Antwerp (Campus Drie Eiken) and Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium

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