Nursing Networking Meeting

Establishing and Maintaining International Collaborations
Nursing Networking Meeting

Date: Thursday, October 24th
Time: 1600-1730

As a result of the global aging tsunami, time is of the essence for gerontological nurses to assure older adults are provided evidence-based care. Knowledge of methods and opportunities are limited for establishing and maintaining collaborative cross-national relationships among gerontological nurse scientists. A distinguished panel of nurse scientist from four countries (Australia, Japan, Taiwan & Thailand) will describe best practices and lessons learned about their collaborative research relationships and outcomes.

Goals and objectives of the meeting:
Participants will learn from experienced nurse scientist how to establish and maintain collaborative cross-national relationships.
This meeting will advance knowledge by:
-Explaining how different nurse scientists initiated their collaborative research.
-Discussing methods for addressing challenges in sustaining collaborative relationships
-Facilitating the development of networking relationships
-Identify future priorities for nursing scientists within IAGG

>1600-1605 IAGG-AR: Welcome
Siriphan Sasat, PhD, R., CPG
Associated Professor, Faculty of Nursing,
HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science,
Chulabhorn Royal Academy,

>1605-1610 Taiwan- Host Country: Welcome
Ming Huey Chung PhD,
Associate Dean & Professor

Taipei Medical University College of Nursing, Taiwan

Panel Presentations:
Dr Kathleen Finlayson, PhD, RN,
School of Nursing

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Fang-Wen Hu, PhD, RN,
Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Nursing,
National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Tainan, Taiwan

Jiraporn Kespichayawattana PhD, RN
Associate Professor

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

>1640-1650 Chieko Greiner PhD, RN, PHN
Professor of Gerontological Nursing,
Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kobe University, Japan

Participant Discussion and Networking

Future Steps of IAGG Nurses Network


Catherine Van Son PhD, RN, ANEF
College of Nursing
Washington State University, USA