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Simultaneous translation into Estonian is provided for keynote sessions and the left column of parallel sessions.

TIME ZONE: EET

DAY 1
Friday, May 21

11.00-11.30

WELCOME AND OPENING CEREMONY
Speech by Jane Coad, Chair of PNAE

11.30-12.15 KEYNOTE SESSION
Humane Neonatal Care Initiative acceptance in hospitals globally
Adik Levin
PARALLEL SESSION 1: Neonatology PARALLEL SESSION 2: Child health promotion
12.15-12.35

 

1

To become a family in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - parents’ experiences of staying together with their infant in a family room in the Neonatal Intensive care Unit

Tenna Gladbo Salmonsen,  Hanne Aagaard, Denmark

4

Use of community services in paediatric patients accessing accident and emergency (A&E) departments for non-urgent cases - preliminary results

Alessandra Pol, Valentina Biagioli, Claudia Carlin, Simone Piga, Immacolata Dall’Oglio, Italy

12.35-12.50

2

How can nurses support parent-infant attachment of premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit?

Hanna Helena Pärn, Estonia

5

Gamification for Health promotion

Anni Pakarinen, Finland

12.50-13.10

3

Immigrant parents' experiences of communicating with healthcare professionals at the neonatal unit

Katarina Patriksson, Sweden

6

Evaluation on the effect of educational practice with cartoons on disease management in children with asthma: a randomized controlled study

Aylin Akça Sümengen Ayşe Ferda Ocakçi Tyrcie

13.10-13.40

Lunch break and poster presentations
13.45-14.30

KEYNOTE SESSION
Nursing Care Models in Pediatric and Neonatal Settings
Barbara Boutopoulou

PARALLEL SESSION 3:      Chronic diseases and Complex Needs

PARALLEL SESSION 4: Research in Children and Young People

14.30-14.50

7

Parents´ experience when their child diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at newborn screening

Pia Bonde Nielsen, Denmark

 

10

Monitoring of micturition and bladder volumes can replace routine indwelling urethral catheters in children receiving intravenous opioids, a prospective cohort study

Anita C. de Jong, Jolanda M. Maaskant, Luitzen A. Groen, B.M van Woensel, the Netherlands

14.50−15.10

8

Clinical Profile and Outcomes of Children with Congenital Heart Defect Admitted to Adult Intensive Care Units in Iceland

Olof Kristjansdottir, Iceland

11

Adolescents´ use of alcohol and related responsibilities – qualitative interview study

Mari Mynttinen, Kaisa Mishina, Mari Kangasniemi, Finland

15.10−15.20

9

Self-care in paediatric patients living with chronic disease: a systematic literature review of conceptual models

Claudia Carlin, Giulia Gasperin, Valentina Biagioli, Emanuela Tiozzo, Immacolata Dall’Oglio, Italy

12

Influence of education programs on children's sleep: an integrative review

Carla Trindade, Portugal

15.20-15.30 Coffee break
WORKSHOPS
15.30-17.00

Workshops to be confirmed

 

DAY 2

Saturday, May 22

11.00−11.05 Welcome 
11.05−12.15

KEYNOTE SESSION
Optimising the nursing care of children and young people experiencing mental health crisis in acute paediatric settings through collaborative research

Joseph Manning

PARALLEL SESSION 5: Global Challenges for caring for Children, Young People and Families PARALLEL SESSION 6: Child support and nursing  development

12.15-12.35

13

Elderly people in children's voices: the first steps towards intergenerational care

Andreia Cerqueira , Ana Lúcia Ramos, Portugal

16

Digital nursing for care and first discharge in pediatric oncohematology: development of an APP
Deborah Rosso Pognant, Bergadano Anna, Laura Odetto, Franca Fagioli, Italy

12.35-12.55

14

Parents' presence during induction of anaesthesia

Thomas Ziakas, Varvara Boutopoulou, Eleni Georgiou, Effrosyni Vlachioti, Foteini Mavridi, Anastasia Karkani, Vasiliki Matziou, Greece

17

Sexual and gender diversity in adolescence: The development of a conceptual model to support secondary school nursing

Minna Laiti, Heidi Parisod, Anni Pakarinen, Salla Sariola, Sanna Salanterä, Finland

12.55-13.15

15

CLS-IT - communication and language screening in infants and toddlers

Luigi Marotta, Silvia, Laudanna, Elena Pellegrini, Simona Latini, Andreina Morocutti, Italy

18

Tripartite Hermeneutic Education? An empirical response to paediatric medication errors

Rachel Isaac, Pramodh Vallabhaeni, UK

13.15−13.45

Poster presentation

PARALLEL SESSION 7: Paediatric nurses perceptions of procedural pain and moral distress

PARALLEL SESSION 8: Ensuring a child's healthy skin

13.45−14.05

19

Nurses´perceptions of neonates’ procedural pain alleviation with non-pharmacological methods and parental guidance in Estonian hospitals

Airin Treiman-Kiveste, Tarja Pölkki, Ruth Kalda, Mari Kangasniemi, Estonia

21

Preventing medical device related pressure ulcers in PICU: the “grief”

Claudia De Santis, Giuseppe Chessa, Diana Giannarelli, Italy

14.05−14.25

20

Nurse and Moral Distress in NICU: An Italian Study

Roberta Guardione, Mattia Luciano, Pasquale Di Maio, Italy

22

Skin microbiome

Anna Berzina, Latvia

14.25-14.45 23

Quality of life of children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis

Effrosyni Vlachioti, Varvara Boutopoulou, Despoina Koumpagioti, Euanthia Konstantaki, Giannis Kasimis, Ioanna Loukou, B. Matziou, Greece

24

Nursing students and child health promotion: a pre-post intervention study about hand hygiene in a primary school in Rome (Italy)

Andrea Gazzelloni, Valentina Pizziconi, Luca Adriani, Valentina Stella, Valentina Simioli, Giuliana D’Elpidio, Italy

14.45-15.00 Break
15.00-15.35

KEYNOTE SESSION
Gamification of children’s health promotion

Sanna Salanterä

15.35-15.50 Closing ceremony

Main topics of the 5th PNAE Congress on Paediatric Nursing

  • Neonatal care
  • Mental Health Children and Young People Nursing
  • Paediatric Critical and Intensive care
  • Chronic diseases and Complex Needs 
  • Infectious diseases
  • Pain in children
  • Adolescents' healthcare
  • Child health promotion
  • Ethical issues in children and young people 
  • Children's surgery 
  • Childhood Injury 
  • Nutrition 
  • Palliative and end of life care
  • Nursing education and leadership
  • Research in Children and Young People 
  • Careers in Children and Young People's Nursing
  • Global Challenges for caring for Children, Young People and Families  

Final programme will be published in 2021 after reviewing all submitted abstracts.