​Pre-Event Workshops 

A series of 2-3 hour workshops by nursing academia, research and clinical practice experts, running from Monday, May 9 to Thursday, May 12, 2022. For all workshops, CME credit hours are available. 

​Academic Workshops

Topic​​​Objectives​SpeakerDateTimeVenue
Literature Review and Synthesis

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the various types of literature review and synthesis such as systematic reviews, meta-analysis, scoping reviews, etc.
  • Acquaint with the literature search strategies
  • Get know-how of writing a high-quality literature review.
Dr Rehana SalamMay 910 am to 12 pmOnline
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • Explore the key concept of ICT and appreciate its scope and significance in education.
  • Identify benefits of using ICT to support and enhance teaching, learning and assessment in the classroom.
  • Outline key features of ICT resources, classroom technologies and learning platform that can be used to support and enhance teaching, learning and assessment
Shanaz CassumMay 92 pm to 4 pmOnline
Manuscript Writing

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to develop, submit and publish a manuscript
  • Acquaint with the peer review process and journal selection for scientific dissemination.
Dr Zohra LassiMay 1010 am to 12 pmOnline

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment: A Multidimensional and Integrated approach of Care

 

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • To recognize physical, psychological, psychosocial and functional capabilities of older people
  • Early recognition and treatment of geriatric syndrome that can impact on Quality of Life (QOL) of elderly population
  • To uncover older individual's complex medical comorbidities, functional, cognition, nutritional, and psychological status
  • To design and implement a holistic plan for treatment, rehabilitation, support and long-term follow-up
Laila CassumMay 102 pm to 4 pmOnline
Simulation-based Education: No More Novelty in the Clinical Education

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • Explain the importance to integrate simulation with clinical education
  • List the terminologies used in simulation-based education
  • Discuss the theoretical framework that supports the simulation-based clinical teaching
  • Develop one scenario based on a simulation template in a group
Zohra Kurji & Sana HiraniMay 1210 am to 12 pmOnline
Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)

Upon completion of the workshop the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the operations of SPSS including data entry and analysis
  • Identify and implement the correct test for data analysis  

 

Dr Tazeen Saeed & Fauzia Basaria HasnaniMay 122 pm to 4 pmOnline​


Clinical Workshops​​

Topic​​ObjectivesSpeakerDateTimeVenue

Improving Patient Safety Culture

  1. Patients with Tracheostomy - Maintenance and managing complications
  2. All sound are not noise- Efficient Clinical Alarm management
  3. Maintain Skin integrity: Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury by nurses at the point of care

 

Patients with tracheostomy - Maintenance and managing complications

  • List all the supplies required for handling tracheostomy patient
  • Identify signs and symptoms of respiratory distress in a tracheostomy patient and how to intervene during emergency
  • Demonstrate proper tracheostomy site care, dressing change, suctioning and collar tie replacement
  • Provide appropriate tracheostomy teaching to family members

 

All sound are not noise…efficient Clinical Alarm management

  • Highlight the significance of clinical alarm management for patient safety.
  • Identifies the most important alarm signals to be managed.
  • Share an alarm system management program for alarm signals that pose a risk to patient safety.
  • Discuss strategies for managing alarm fatigue.

 

Maintain Skin integrity: Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury by nurses at the point of care

  • Learn comprehensive skin assessment
  • Discuss the importance of risk assessment in pressure Injury prevention.
  • Classify the pressure Injury stages and different Injuries for non-pressure Injury etiology.
  • Discuss importance of proper positioning and effective use of supportive devices. 
  • Discuses current treatment practices and intervention for pressure Injury management
  • Differentiate pressure Injury and moisture lesion
  • Describe pressure injury Assessment & dressing selection
  • State the role of Pressure injury Champion/ wound care specialist in related to prevention & management of pressure injury 

 

Nadia Nadir

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






Farida Datoo & Naveen Budhwani
(Nursing Practice Office)

 

 

 

 






Yasmin Vellani

May 92 pm- 
5 pm
JHS Seminar Room
Quality Project process in HealthCare
  • To understand the concept of Quality Improvement Process
  • To learn how to conduct a Quality Improvement Project using PDSA methodology
  • To learn how to collect and organize data using basic QI tools during the PDSA methodology.

 

Dr Mairaj ShahMay 102pm-
4 pm
Zoom
Nurses A Voice to Lead - As Hand Hygiene auditors to prevent hospital acquired infections
  • To recognize that people of all levels should work together to influence the culture/climate through clean hands knowledge and behavior
  • To meet the common goal of safety and quality in the health care organization.
  • To prioritize clean hands in health facilities, people at all levels need to believe in the importance of hand hygiene and IPC to save lives, by acting as key players in achieving the appropriate behaviors and attitudes towards it.

 

Nazleen ViraniMay 103pm-
4 pm
Zoom

Role of Nurses & Midwives in nurturing women's reproductive health

 

  • Key priorities of women in Reproductive age
  • Challenges faced by women in a reproductive age.
  • Elements of healthy life style.
  • Role of HCW in maintaining and promotion of reproductive health of women.

 

Rahila Tauseef Mithani & Fozia SarfarazMay 112pm-   4 pmSONAM Auditorium
Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) - How Nurses can make Difference?
  • The importance of environment in the mothers' womb and its influence on fetal and early childhood neurodevelopment.
  • Nutrition in the adolescence, preconception and pregnancy period and its impact on both the mother and child in developing non-communicable diseases such as type 2 diabetes, obesity and hypertension later in life.
  • Parental mental health and effect on unborn baby and the infant's long term well-being.​

Dr. Nuruddin Mohammed11th May 2pm -
4 pm
Zoom
Compassionate Leadership: Nursing perspective
  • Description of compassionate leadership
  • Traits of compassionate leadership
  • Introduction of 9 principles of Compassion
  • Integration of the principles of compassion into health care practice
  • Practical approach to compassionate leadership approach
Naureen LalaniMay 122pm- 
4 pm
SONAM Auditorium​