Call for Abstracts deadline - ICPAN 2017
ICPAN 2017 in Australia… Call for Abstracts deadline Tuesday 31st January 2017!
The Australian College of PeriAnaesthesia Nurses [ACPAN] invites you to attend the 4th International Conference for PeriAnaesthesia Nurses to be held at Luna Park in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. With the conference venue set on beautiful Sydney Harbour, our theme is Tides of Change, with advocacy, education & research being the focus of the conference. There will also be the opportunity to share experiences in the areas of management, evidence-based practice, clinical case studies in anaesthesia, post anaesthesia care, and specialty practice interests such as paediatrics, geriatrics, and surgical specialties.
Call for Abstracts – Oral Abstract Submission Deadline extended until 31st January 2017
ICPAN 2017 offers an amazing opportunity to network and share professional perianaesthesia nursing knowledge, research and clinical practice. The conference incorporates all levels of perianaesthesia practice surrounding pre-admission, preanaesthesia or anaesthetic nursing, day surgery, general or specialist postanaesthesia care unit/recovery room, and extended observation units. The Sydney conference will provide podium presentations, group networking sessions and scientific poster grand rounds to showcase diverse geographical practices and most current information from around the globe.
Presentations may focus on various aspects of clinical care delivery, quality management, research study results/clinical practice implications, and other professional experiences that advance the perianaesthesia practice specialty and/or improve quality of patient care before, during, and after anaesthesia administration. Potential abstract themes include:
- Care of patients across the lifespan undergoing procedural sedation or anaesthesia
- Perioperative care delivery for challenging patient cohorts
- Managing perianaesthesia units: policies, procedures, teams
- Emerging research and its application to perianaesthesia clinical practice
- Nurse education, mentorship, team building strategies
- Quality assurance, evidence-based practice, use of audit/data to improve care delivery outcomes
- Professional nursing advocacy