Barcelona 2020: Provisional Programme

Please Note: This is a provisional schedule and may be subject to change.

Panels & Workshops preview available here: https://inhwe.org/barcelona-2020-panels-workshops

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Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 09:00-10:00

Welcome Coffee

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 10.00-13.00

Pre-Congress Symposium: SAFEMEDIC Project

The SAFEMEDIC Project aims to improve the workplace safety of healthcare professionals by increasing their skills and competences in dealing with difficult situations. To achieve the project aims the consortium will design and develop a complex multi-stakeholder, inter-disciplinary course for healthcare students, predominantly focused at paramedics and nurses. The SAFEMEDIC Final Conference will be held as a Pre-Congress Symposium to the 3rd International Congress of Health Workforce Education and Research.

  • Rights, Realities and Relevance of Abuse and Violence in Health Workers (2020125)

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 13:00-14:00

Networking Lunch

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 14:00-15:30

Workshop: Action Learning for interprofessional learning (2020102)

Panel: Interprofessional Learning in diverse clinical and learning environments (2020103)

Session: Interprofessional Education I

  • An expedition to explore potential for learning to collaborate interprofessionally in a clinical setting (2020206)
  • Interprofessional Community of Practice: A learning process in a ‘real life' setting (2020209)
  • Designing an effective, online IPL environment for faculty development: Implementation and lessons learned from two health professions education programmes (2020218)
  • A Readiness Of IPE And Collaborative Practice Management In Health Professions (The Impact On Learners And Practitioners) (2020223)
  • Interprofessional collaboration competencies in students of the healthcare area (2020234)

Session: Vulnerable Groups, Communications & Intercultural Training

  • The Relationship of Personality, Spirituality and Posttraumatic Growth to Subjective Wellbeing (2020107)
  • EUVETCARE project: Strengthen better delivery of care for migrant and refugee children including unaccompanied minors in Europe (2020227)
  • The Jamaica Project: Improving the provision of Jamaican Critical Care Services through an Innovative Global Health Exchange (2020228)
  • Interprofessional communication - basics, developments, findings and some observations on ethical dimensions in relation to patient safety (2020230)
  • Compassionate Care in Healthcare Education (2020260)

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 15:30-17:00

Workshop: Spirituality - An integral component of holistic interprofessional care and transformative change (2020121)

Panel: Educators of healthcare professionals; developing the workforce of the future (2020105)

Session: Interprofessional Education II

  • Developing clinical preceptorship by using an evidence-based participatory action research approach (2020106)
  • Interprofessional collaboration and health policy: results from a Quebec mixed method legal research (2020222)
  • European Collaborative and Interprofessional Capability Framework for Prevention and Management of Frailty - a consensus process supported by the Joint Action for Frailty Prevention (ADVANTAGE) and the European Geriatric Medicine Society (EuGMS) (2020247)
  • Integration of IPE within the Didactic Curriculum of Athletic Training Programs (2020257)
  • Healthcare Student Experiences of IPE (2020259)

Session: Health Workforce Policy & Research

  • Nurse roles in antimicrobial stewardship: lessons from public sectors models of acute care service delivery in the United Kingdom (2020211)
  • How many interprofessional health workforce Thailand needs to provide home health care services for the dependent elderly in rural Thailand (2020217)
  • A geographical case study of two primary care nurse triage systems in rural Wales (2020242)
  • Changing Perception: An Evaluation of the Leeds Medical Education Academy Summer School (2020246)
  • Estimation of Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Adolescent Health (SRMNAH) workforce in Nepal with a focus on Midwives (2020255)

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 17:00-19:00

Keynote Panel & Welcome Reception

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Thursday 3rd September 2020, 09:00-10:00

Welcome Coffee

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 10:00-11.30

Workshop: Transversal education for caregivers & managers (2020119)

Panel: Immersive IPE in Healthcare (2020210)

Panel: The role of boundaries in hampering collaborative learning (2020108)

Session: Interprofessional Education III

  • Kentucky Rural Kentucky Rural & Underserved IPE Program (KRUGIEP) (2020224)
  • Promoting IPE through a Study Abroad Course for Health Care Students (2020225)
  • IPE in Clinical Education of Athletic Training Programs (2020232)
  • IPE: Creating a national interprofessional quality framework (2020235)
  • Patient involvement in IPE: A qualitative study yielding an early sketch on incorporating the patient’s perspective (2020254)
  • Do We Need an Interprofessional Academic Program for Medication Safety Officers? (2020270)

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 11.30-13:00

Workshop: Recognising the role of an Elder as a stabilising aspect in diverse communities using IP approaches (2020120)

Panel: Accreditation and Regulation of Interprofessional: Strategies and Tools to Address the Global Healthcare Workforce Crisis Education (2020241)

Session: Leadership and Management of Education & Interprofessional Education

  • Title Enhancement of specialist nursing acute and critical care delivery through collaborative partnerships in Higher Education (2020104)
  • The establishment of a European Research Centre of Excellence: Nursing and Midwifery Continuing Professional Development (2020112)
  • The story of the Advanced Leadership Programme - a leadership intervention for the research workforce within a managed network (2020248)
  • Competencies for managing integrated care - a call to action (2020251)
  • The Role of University Leadership in Assisting the Labor Workforce: Establishing Interprofessional Scholar Programs to Meet the Needs of Healthcare Professional Shortages (2020253)

Session: Research into Education and Training I

  • Professional transition and identity formation of surgical care practitioners: a phenomenological interpretation of their lived experiences (2020212)
  • Challenges in postgraduate research supervision in nursing education: integrative review (2020229)
  • Technical Simulation Using Goldfish Bowl Method: A Medical Teaching Method for Increasing Student’s Creativity (2020239)
  • Using consensus methods to develop a Social Prescribing Learning Needs framework for Wales (2020243)
  • The perceived value of peer observation in teaching within the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton (2020250)
  • Clinical Education: The Interdependence of the Self-Regulated Clinical Teacher and Nursing Student (2020267)

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 13:00-14:00

Networking Lunch

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 14:00-15:30

Workshop: Workshop: #We2. Patient and public engagement in interprofessional education (2020208)

Panel: Building Library Capacity with Graduate Medical Education Programs (2020122)

Panel: The Institute of Health Visiting Multi-Agency Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Champion Training (2020113)

Session: Research into Education and Training II

  • The friendly, the difficult and the dishonest nurse: the factors that precede a decision to refer an early career nurse to the Fitness to Practise Committee (2020203)
  • Meeting Spaces: co-constructing conversations about suicide in undergraduate nurse education (2020213)
  • Contextualising the Relevance of Specialty-Specific Electives in Dental Education: Perspectives of Dental and Oral Hygiene Graduates (2020220)
  • Proposal of Implementation of Advanced Practice Nursing in the Context of Primary Health Care to improve health outcomes in the Brazilian Context (2020256)
  • A Model For The Teaching Of Imaging Informatics, A Study Level In Biomedical Informatics, In A Future Integrated National Health Insurance System In South Africa (2020263)
  • Nursing Students’ Self-Regulated Learning in Clinical Practice Education: Psychometric Analysis of the Modified Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (2020268)

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 15:30-17:00

Workshop: Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) (2020123)

Panel: Developing strategies to support dyslexic student nurses on clinical placement (2020115)

Workshop: The use of virtual patients in teaching Motivational Interviewing skills (2020207)

Session: Digital Skills & Technology

  • Technology in the health sector – mhealth, ehealth, telemedicine (2020126)
  • Using Twitter To Promote And Develop A Regional Approach To Practice Assessment In Nurse Education (2020202)
  • Simulation Based Integrated Neonatal Service Improvement Training (2020231)
  • The transition from high school to medical school: An e-module in undergraduate medical education (2020265)
  • Digi4Health - A Digital VET Toolkit for Promoting the 4th Industrial Revolution in the European Health Sector (2020266)

Thursday 3rd September 2020, 17:00-19:00

Keynote Panel & Conference Cocktails

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Friday 4th September 2020, 09:00-10:00

Welcome Coffee

Friday 4th September 2020, 10:00-11.30

Workshop: Health Literacy and Vulnerable People HWF Planning Challenges (2020111)

Panel: ICU bedside rounding IPE course (2020117)

Panel: Joint Accreditation - IP continuing education to promote collaborative practice and achieve strategic goals (2020118)

Session: Interprofessional Education IV

  • IPE for paediatric emergencies in District General Hospitals (2020236)
  • Sustainability of an in situ simulation programme: The ideal verses the reality (2020240)
  • Medical Students working as Healthcare Assistants – early findings from an IPA study (2020252)
  • IPE and Training as facilitator for transition of care systems towards integrated care for ageing societies - views of a multinational network to approach health and social workforce development (2020261)
  • Using simulation in Interprofessional collaboration teaching and assessment (2020269)

Friday 4th September 2020, 11:30-13.00

Workshop: Medical Students as Simulation Educators (2020114)

Panel: Useful frameworks to stimulate interprofessional learning (2020116)

Panel: Optimising interprofessional learning through education and practice - Identifying and managing barriers and enablers (2020110)

Session: Interprofessional Education V

  • Pharmacist involvement in IPE discharge planning activity improves medication safety, and reduces severity of errors (2020109)
  • The development, implementation and evaluation of an interprofessional 'collaborative curriculum' using Active Blended Learning (2020204)
  • Patient Centered Care and Interprofessional Collaboration. A pilot study based on nursing student's perceptions (2020205)
  • Service Design and Interprofessional Collaboration in Finnish Social and Health Care Education (2020219)
  • Relational Experiences of Community Members Participating in a Rural Health Initiative with Interprofessional Students (2020249)

Friday 4th September 2020, 13:00-14:00

Closing Remarks & Goodbye Lunch

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Abstracts submitted and selected for Poster presentation:

  • Observatory for monitoring training activities of professionals in the public health systems: a new proposal to evaluate the impact on performance (2020214)
  • Students' perspectives on factors that affect academic performance in anatomy and embryology in an African University (2020221)
  • Research Champions: An interdisciplinary training programme to build research capacity (2020226)
  • Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Patterns of Athletic Trainers (2020233)
  • Cognitive and Hermeneutic Strategies in Hospital Care: Reason, Judgment and Caution (2020237)
  • Analysis of concepts related to interprofessional teamwork by natural semantic networks (2020238)
  • Developing the impact potential of partnership working arrangements with health service organisations: FRAIT (2020244)
  • Breaking Taboos: Pitfalls and Promises in Interprofessional Collaborative Practice IPE: A Problem or a Possibility (2020262)
  • Another look at, what teachers and students think about Interprofessional learning as a shared experience In Iran (2020264)
  • Educational theories that inform the educational strategies for teaching ethics in undergraduate medical education (2020271)

 

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Key Info & Dates

Call for Abstracts

Registration and Fees

Keynote Speakers

Provisional Programme

Panels & Workshops

Congress Venue

Travelling to Barcelona