The role of the nurse in the management of technology

Project Info

Project Description

The role of the nurse in the management of technology

Pisa, 30 september 2018

Tensile Structure at the Arsenali Repubblicani

Referents: F. Mosca, L. Ghiadoni, M. Scateni

 

The world of health is constantly evolving, progress, research and technology are of fundamental importance for the development of structured care plans for the individual patient and the community, which can give the best that science can offer, yet to govern this continuous evolution requires a level of competence of great thickness both technical / professional and relational / patient and the community, which can give the best that science can offer, yet to govern this continuous evolution requires a level of competence of great thickness both technical / professional and relational / communicative.

What makes technology unique is the way in which we can best express its potential and for this reason the nurse has acquired over time, thanks to the university study paths and a thorough preparation in the field, a high technical mastery / professional, this conference is a moment of meeting between professionals in a synergistic exchange of experiences, will include the participation of nursing professions on the intrinsic aspects of the profession itself, as well as foster a moment of sharing of foreign nursing experiences, and will present the nursing reality of ‘Area Vasta Nord Ovest covering the various experiences in the treatment processes from different technical / practical perspectives and on the quality of life, as well as supporting the professional himself, facilitating the organizational / management health processes.

 

08.30 Registration Participants

09.00 Opening and Greetings
F. Mosca, L. Ghiadoni, B. Mangiacavalli

Moderators:
S. Baratta, Pisa,
C. Anelli, Lucca

09.15 Do better to do well. The nurse and management of technologies in the United Kingdom

Lectio Magistralis
A. Sama, Canterbury (UK)

09.45 Technological and organizational innovation and patient safety: the role of the nurse in the management of clinical risk

Lectio Magistralis
G. Privitera, Pisa

Session 1

10.15 Role of the nurse of a multidisciplinary territorial center of robotic surgery: the Pisan experience
S. Falossi, Pisa

10.30 The technology in the traceability system of a centralized sterilization service for the benefit of the Area Vasta hospitals: the Pisan model
E. Cavallini, Pisa

10.45 Assistive role in the technique of Intracardiac mapping for three-dimensional reconstruction of the heart in a room of arrhythmology
C. Giannessi, Pisa

11.00 The nurse in the implantation of peripheral central venous catheters: the detection systems of correct positioning through endocaval ECG technology
T. De Lucia, Pisa

11.15 The evolution of ophthalmic surgery: Meltin ‘Pot between high operating technology and nursing care
S. Lapucci e S. Morroni, Firenze

11.30 Coffee Break

Session 2

Moderators:
M. Borgioli, Livorno

E. Carlotti, Pisa

11.45 Nursing function of therapeutic education in diabetic patients using integrated microinfusion and glucose sensor systems
A. Civitelli, Pisa

12.00 High Tecnology Bed Management in the management of patient mobilization in an intensive field
N. De Feo, Pisa

12.15 The distance training of midwives in obstetric-neonatal assistance with high-fidelity simulations in the NINA center
F. Pancetti,Pisa

12.25 Assistance to the hemato-oncological child. Use of the “SmartInclusion” teledidactics for maintaining relations with the enrollment school
T. Del Carlo, Pisa

12.40 The support of “technology” in the construction of the network in the care of the patient in nursing assistance in the territories
M.G. Benigni, Livorno

12.55 Discussion

13.15 Lunch

Session 3

Moderators:
P. Galoppini, Massa Carrara

M. Fruzzetti, Massa Carrara

14.30 Nursing education: from graduation to specialist university education
L. Ghiadoni, Pisa
N. Pagnucci, Pisa

14.45 The technology in the centralized preparation of antiblastic drugs: the nursing figure in the Pisan model
V. Lodovichi, Pisa

15.00 Technology in health documentation for optimization and uniformity of care behaviors. Inexhaustible source of data to support the clinic, the organization and nursing research
S. Baratta e D. Luccetti, Pisa

15.15 The use of telemedicine in nursing care. Reducing the distance between the Multidisciplinary Center for Robotic Surgery and the Professionals of the Vast Area. The experience of the University Hospital of Pisa
C. Testa, Pisa

15.30 Home nursing care. The use of technology for data transmission: an experience of the Tuscany North-West Company
R. Tempesti, Massa Carrara

15.45 Round Table – Nursing 2.0: Humanization and High Technology Cure
L. Ghiadoni, Pisa – D. Massai, Firenze – M. Scateni, Pisa – M. Schiavon, Roma
S. Spinsanti, Roma – M. Zingoni, Livorno

 

AT THE END

Presentation of the photo book “Nursing”: F. Mosca, E. Cei, S. Spinsanti, M. Schiavon, B. Mangiacavalli

 

General registration

Send the completed form to the organizing secretary, which will confirm the acceptance in writing.

 

Registration FORM

Registration for ECM

For the event the ECM credits were requested for the professional figures involved, the maximum number of registrations is 100.

Registration form for ECM credits request

Write in block letters and send the form by 21.09.2018 to one of the following addresses:
e-mail: c.norelli@ao-pisa.toscana.it
e-mail: f.fontana @ao-pisa.toscana.it

 

Organizational Secretariat

Eventi in Fiore di F. Fiorentini
Via della Faggiola 18 – 56126 Pisa
Tel. 346-7202625
e-mail: segreteria@eventiinfiore.it

 

Faculty

Catia Anelli, Presidente Ordine Professioni Infermieristiche, Lucca

Stefania Baratta, Direttore Dipartimento Professioni Infermieristiche Fondazione Toscana Gabriele Monasterio, Pisa

Maria Grazia Benigni, Dipartimento Professioni Infermieristiche e Ostetriche, USL Toscana NordOvest – Coordinamento Infermieristico Territoriale Livorno

Moira Borgioli, Dipartimento Professioni Infermieristiche e Ostetriche, USL Toscana NordOvest – Infermieristica Territoriale, Livorno

Emiliano Carlotti, Presidente Ordine Professioni Infermieristiche, Pisa

Eleonora Cavallini, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Alessia Civitelli, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Nunzio De Feo, Referente Infermieristico Dipartimentale Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Tiziana Del Carlo, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Tatiana De Lucia, Infermiera Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Stefano Falossi, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Morena Fruzzetti, Presidente Ordine Professioni Infermieristiche, Massa Carrara

Paolo Galoppini, Dipartimento Professioni Infermieristiche e Ostetriche, USL Toscana NordOvest – Infermieristica Territoriale, Massa Carrara

Lorenzo Ghiadoni, Presidente Corso di Laurea in Infermieristica, Università di Pisa

Cristina Giannessi, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Sonia Lapucci, Infermiera Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria Careggi

Valeria Lodovichi, Infermiera Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Debora Luccetti, Infermiera, Fondazione Toscana Gabriele Monasterio, Pisa

Barbara Mangiacavalli, Presidente Federazione Nazionale Ordine delle Professioni Infermieristiche

Danilo Massai, Presidente Ordine Professioni Infermieristiche, Firenze-Pistoia

Sabrina Morroni, Infermiera Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria Careggi

Franco Mosca, Professore Emerito di Chirurgia Generale, Università di Pisa

Nicola Pagnucci, Coordinatore Tirocini Corso di Laurea Magistrale Scienze Infermieristiche Ostetriche, Università di Pisa

Federica Pancetti, Coordinatore Ostetrico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Gaetano Privitera, Direttore Dipartimento di Ricerca Traslazionale e delle Nuove Tecnologie in Medicina e Chirurgia, Università di Pisa

Antonio Sama, BA Healthcare and Education, ProgrammeDirector, Canterbury Christ Church University

Monica Scateni, Direttore Dipartimento Professioni Infermieristiche Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Mario Schiavon, Presidente ENPAPI (Ente Nazionale Previdenza ed Assistenza della Professione Infermieristica, Roma

Sandro Spinsanti, Direttore dell’Istituto Giano per le Medical Humanities ed il Management in Sanità, Roma

Raffaella Tempesti, Coordinamento Infermieristico di Famiglia e di Comunità – Cure Domiciliari Carrara

Carmela Testa, Coordinatore Infermieristico Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana

Marcella Zingoni, Presidente Ordine Professioni Infermieristiche, Livorno