IAGG2019 IAGG TAGG

Nursing Networking Meeting

Establishing and Maintaining International Collaborations
Nursing Networking Meeting

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

Introduction:
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
 

AGENDA
>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:
>1610-1620
Dr Kathleen Finlayson, PhD, RN,
School of Nursing

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

>1620-1630
Fang-Wen Hu, PhD, RN,
Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clinical Assistant Professor

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

>1630-1640
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

>1650-1720
Participant Discussion and Networking

>1720-1730
Future Steps of IAGG Nurses Network

 

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