I was born in Linz, Austria and moved to the United States when I was very small. I started my nursing career in 1969 as a school nurse at a handicapped school for children along with being an office nurse at a pediatrician’s office. Whenever a teaching job became I available I began teaching pediatrics at a diploma school.
After teaching for fifteen years, I began a second phase of my career consisting of administrative positions in charge of initiating new undergraduate and graduate nursing programs in varied locations across the United States. For the next twenty-one years I was both an educator and administrator. I have been a pediatric nurse practitioner and then a family nurse practitioner since 1973. During this time, I have campaigned nationally to make background checks as a requirement for admission and retention in nursing programs. My research experiences have included assisting undergraduate and graduate students with their doctoral and capstone research projects. My own research has recently focused on obesity and metabolic syndromes in children. I have taught research to both undergraduate and graduate students in varied locations. I have been involved in both writing and participating in various grants, the latest of which is focused on quality educational experiences with preceptor-ships.
Nursing theory, Nursing ethics and Child Obesity.
Executive Editor Dr. Linda F. Samson Department of Nursing & Health Administration Governors State University United States
Dr. Linda F. Samson received her BSN and MN from Emory University in Atlanta, GA and her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. Her dissertation was on the Marginal Cost of Direct Nursing Care for Critically Ill Newborns. Over her more than 35 year professional career, Dr. Samson has served as a staff nurse, clinical nurse specialist, nursing director, nurse educator, researcher, academic administrator, and consultant. She has served nationally on the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Board of Directors and the AACN Certification Corporation Board of Directors as well as having previously served as President of the New Jersey Perinatal Association and as a Member of the Board of the National Perinatal Association. Dr. Samson is certified in nursing executive, advanced practice and as a high risk perinatal nurse.
1) Health care for undeserved populations 2) Cancer research with a focus on health inequities 3) maternal and neonatal critical care issues with a focus on respiratory illness and its complications 4) challenges in the preparation of health care professionals for the future delivery systems 5) accreditation and implications for quality of care.
Executive Editor Dr. Junko Miyagi Graduate School of Nursing & Rehabilitation Science International University Health and Welfare Graduate School, Kanagawa Japan
Junko Miyagi is a Professor in Graduate School of Nursing and Rehabilitation Science in International University Health and Welfare Graduate School, Kanagawa, Japan. She gets Master of Nursing at Graduate School of Nursing, Tokyo Womens Medical University, Doctor's degree (Ph.D.) at Tokyo Womens Medical University, graduate school of Medicine
Mentally Disordered Offends, Alcohol and Substance Dependency and Community Mental Health.
Executive Editor Dr. Park Mi Kyung Department of Nursing Nambu University Korea
I am a professor at Nambu University in Korea. I have been at the university for 25 years. I have a doctorate in nursing. I have acquired meridians massage and Aroma therapy certificate. Currently, I am a jury member of the Korean Journal of Nursing and Journal of Women's Health.
Gender, Breastfeeding, Postpartum Care, Alternative Nursing Therapy and Meta-analysis.
Dr. Susan J. Appel Capstone College of Nursing University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa United States
Dr. Susan J. Appel is a Professor at the Capstone College of Nursing at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She completed her PhD in Nursing in 2002 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel North Carolina. Dr. Appel is a 2006 post-doctoral graduate of NIH NINR and Georgetown University Summer Genetics Institute. She also holds a post-doctoral certificate in cardiovascular health disparities jointly from University of Alabama Birmingham and Tuskegee University. Dr. Appel’s research interest are focused on cardiometabolic risk factors among women.
Cardiometabolic risk factors among women.
Dr. Cherry M. Beasley Department of Nursing University of North Carolina at Pembroke United States
A Lumbee Indian, raised in a rural, poor county, Dr. Beasley views health in the historical-cultural context of community and place. She has had the advantage of blending cultural worldview with formal education in nursing, public health and philosophy. She has had extensive work experience providing nursing care in a variety of settings and to a variety of clients with a common thread has been minority or rural health provided within a culturally relevant context. As a nurse educator, Dr. Beasley specializes in clinical education and outreach services. She has received serval teaching awards including the coveted UNC Board of Governor’s Excellence in Teaching Award. Dr. Beasley’s research focuses on rural populations experiencing health disparities as well as efforts to improve healthy literacy, culturally appropriate care, self-efficiency and community based participatory research. Dr. Beasley has expanded her research into genetic and bio-markers to understand risk for minority and rural populations.
Rural health, Minority Health, Health disparities, Nursing education and Nursing workforce development.
Dr. Chun Chow Department of Nursing National University United States
Dr. Chun Chow is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing at National University located in San Diego, California. He received his BSN and MSN from Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Chow is also a neurology nurse practitioner consultant with strong interest and passion in treating patients with neurological disorders including dementia, epilepsy, headaches, Parkinson’s disease, and other movement disorders. Prior to entering the nursing profession, Dr. Chow completed his academic training in molecular and cellular biology (BA, University of California, Berkeley) and organic chemistry (PhD, University of California, Irvine). Dr. Chow is the author and coauthor of over 10 peer reviewed articles, a book chapter, and six patient applications.
Neurology, Headaches, Epilepsy, Dementia and Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr. Donna J. Falsetti Family Nurse Practitioner Program Clarion University of Pennsylvania United States
A family nurse practitioner since 1986, Dr. Donna Falsetti is currently a fulltime Associate Professor of Nursing in the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She has worked in academia for 24 years where she has taught both didactic and clinical courses to MSN and DNP students. She maintains a clinical practice as a nurse practitioner at the Occupational Medicine Clinic of St. Clair Hospital in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania. Dr. Falsetti earned her BSN, her MSN/CRNP, and her DrPH, from the University of Pittsburgh. She holds her national certification as a FNP through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Women’s health, Orthopedics and Health promotion.
Dr. Barbara B Blozen Department of Nursing New Jersey City University United States
Dr. Barbara B. Blozen an associate professor of nursing at New Jersey City University, has been appointed to the New Jersey State Board of Nursing by Governor Chris Christie. Dr. Blozen joined NJCU as a full-time member of the faculty in 2013, she has also taught at Seton Hall University, Ocean County College, Burlington County College, and Long Island University. Dr. Blozen has been a presenter at conferences throughout the world, including, 2013 New Jersey Continuing Education Summit, and International Nursing Research Congresses of Sigma Theta Tau International in Prague and Brisbane. Dr. Blozen has been the recipient of a number of nursing awards including the GEM (giving excellence meaning) Award where she progressed to become a national finalist, she was also honored by the Institute for Nursing with the Diva award. Dr. Blozen holds an Ed.D. in higher education from Seton Hall University, an M.A. in nursing from New York University, and a B.S.N. in nursing from Wagner College.
Mentor, Mentoring, Accelerated nursing students and Second degree students.
Dr. Brenda Marshall College of Science and Health William Paterson University United States
Dr. Marshall is an internationally recognized lecturer as well as a psychiatric Nurse Practitioner certified in adult psychiatric mental health.. She is also certified as a master addiction counselor (MAC) from the National Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). Dr. Marshall is an Associate Professor at William Paterson University in the College of Science and Health, and a Fulbright Scholar Specialist in mental health. Her research interests are emotion regulation, fMRI analysis, deep learning pedagogy and depression in parents with children diagnosed with Asperger’s Spectrum Disorder. She is the author of numerous peer reviewed articles, and two books, Becoming You, and Fast Facts about Managing Patients with a Psychiatric Disorder
What RNs, NPs, and New Psych Nurses Need to Know (Springer Publishing release date August 2017).
Historical perspectives of psychiatric nursing, FMRI and emotion regulation, Fostering empathy through simulation, Deep learning pedagogy and HIV AIDS.
Dr. Tanya Sleeper Department of Nursing, University of Maine at Fort Kent United States
Dr. Tanya Sleeper is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Maine at Fort Kent in Fort Kent Maine and teaches across multiple tracks in nursing and health care administration. She holds Master of Science degrees in both nursing and business in addition to a PhD in Public Policy and Administration. In addition to teaching full-time, she also serves as the Executive Director a local not for profit home health care agency. As a Board Certified Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, she is a staunch advocate for aging in place initiatives at the local and state level. She serves on a number of health care boards within her community and is active on a number of committees both at the institutional and state level aimed at enhancing quality and improving access to needed health care services. Her research interests include gerontology, health care policy, and nursing leadership.
Gerontology, Health Care Policy and Nursing Leadership.
Dr. Connie Hale Northwestern State University of Louisiana College of Nursing United States
Connie Hale, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, is a family nurse practitioner, associate professor, and Director of Graduate Studies and Research in Nursing at Northwestern State University of Louisiana where she has experience with graduate nursing education, program development, and accreditation. She has been in nursing since 1993, with highest degree as Doctor of Nursing Practice from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, 2010. Her practice background is in cardiology and primary care; she currently practices once a week in primary care, and runs a nurse-led cardiology clinic for an underserved population. She has served as a board member for Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners, and continues work with nurse practitioner education, advocacy and research in her state. Dr. Hale has been honored to lecture for the Endocrine Society’s Weight First program and attend NIH and National Human Genome Research Institute educational programs in genetics. She is a JBI Systematic Reviewer and has published in pharmocogenetics.
Advanced practice nursing related to nursing education and practice, mental health, genetics and pharmocogenomics and obesity.
Dr. Anita Bralock School of Nursing University of California, Los Angeles United States
Dr. Anita R. Bralock Ph.D., RN, CNM ,has been in the practice of nursing for over 36 years. As an experienced nurse educator, she has taught at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral levels of nursing education during the past 26 years. She has held various leadership and faculty positions currently is an Associate Adjunct Professor and Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at UCLA, School of Nursing. She is a certified nurse midwife and provides culturally competent care to women from underserved communities. Reducing health disparities among young African American and Latina women is of particular research interest to her. She has authored numerous articles and is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences. Dr. Bralock serves on numerous committees in healthcare and holds membership in several professional organizations such as Sigma Theta Tau.
Condom Use, HIV and STIs, Relationship Power, Sexual Risk Behaviors, Health Disparities, African American and Latina Adolescents.
Dr. Aimee Vael School of Nursing Columbus State University United States
Aimee Vael DNP, RN,FNP-BC, is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Columbus State University and Adjunct professor for Kaplan University. She has practiced as a Nurse Practitioner in Pediatrics since 2003 in Columbus, Georgia. She has experience in pediatrics, telemetry, cardiac surgery and case management. She has been in nursing education since 2002 and has experience teaching and developing courses in undergraduate nursing, graduate nursing and DNP. She completed her MN and DNP at the Medical College of Georgia and her DNP project was on Pediatric Pain Management. She has published peer reviewed articles on Pediatric Pain Management, Paleo Diet, and Electronic Medical Records. She enjoys spending time with her family, running and staying physically active.
Pediatrics nursing, Telemetry, Cardiac surgery and Case management.
Dr. Marsha Cannon Division of Nursing University of West Alabama United States
Dr. Cannon received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing with a nursing education focus from The University of South Alabama. She was awarded a Doctorate of Education in Instructional Leadership from The University of Alabama. She has teaching experience in licensed practical and associate degree nursing education. Her areas of clinical expertise are adult health and critical care. During her 19-year tenure at The University of West Alabama, Dr. Cannon has fulfilled faculty and administrative roles. She served on the Governor’s Alabama Rural Action Commission: KidCheck Steering Committee which implemented school health screenings for children in the state of Alabama. She is a site visitor for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. She has served as a reviewer for nursing textbooks and review books. Her primary area of research interest is mentoring.
Mentoring ,Faculty mentoring,Student Mentoring,Adult Health Nursing, Nursing Education and Test Item Construction.
Dr. Shiphrah Williams-Evans College of Nursing University of South Alabama United States
Dr Shiphrah Williams-Evans has received her PhD in Oklahoma State University during the period of 1989. Currently, she is working as Associate Professor in University of South Alabama. She has many national certificate as Family Nurse Practitioner, ANCC(1997), Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, ANCC (2007) etc She has authored more than 150 research articles and books. She has honored as Nurse Practitioner of the Year 2010, Army Achievement Award (1991), Administrator's Award for Excellence (1987) etc
Palliative Care and Violence
Dr. Sandie Nadelson Department of Nursing Colorado Mesa University United States
Dr. Sandie Nadelson, RN, MSN, MSEd, CNE is the Director of the Health Sciences Department and is an associate professor at Colorado Mesa University. Dr. Nadelson also teaches an evidence based practice course for Georgetown University’s nursing graduate program. She is a nurse with a passion for helping people develop to their potential in health care and education. Sandie has a masters and doctorate in education and has been working in health care education for several years. Dr. Nadelson has published in a a number of different areas and presented on a variety of health and education topics at many conferences including in Europe, China, and the throughout the United States.
Professional Development, Caring, Nursing Education, Leadership, and Evidence Based Practice.
Dr. Hope Farquharson Department of Nursing, School of Health and Human Services National University United States
Dr. Hope Farquharson received her Masters in Nursing from California State University, Dominguez Hills and PhD from University of San Diego. A nurse for 33 years. She is a well-recognized academician serves as, content expert, Assistant Chair/Assistant Director for the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs, and Director of nursing programs. Currently, Dr. Farquharson is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair for the graduate and undergraduate Nursing Programs at National University. She coordinated successful accreditation visits and facilitated increases in NCLEX passing rates. She taught at University of Oklahoma and other schools of nursing. Serves as reviewer for nursing journals and legal nurse consultant. A recipient of several Teaching and Service Excellence Awards. Dr. Farquharson consults with nursing schools to assist with NCLEX pass rates, retention, state and national accreditations. Invited to present at National and International Conferences. Some of her research interests include women’s health and cancers in underserved populations.
Pregnancy, Gestational Weight Gain, Cancer and Women.
Dr. Shuhong Luo College of Nursing SUNY Upstate Medical University United States
Dr. Luo is assistant professor in SUNY Upstate Medical University, College of Nursing. Luo’s research interests include designing, developing, and implementing technologies such as mobile apps in health care, and meaningful learning of new technologies. Collaborating with John W. Creswell, PhD, Luo designed and developed an app named “Mixed Methods Research Design” that offers expert consultations to those who want to learn and use mixed methods research. Luo also designed and developed a 12-step technology training protocol following a simplified experiential learning model that addressed the core features of meaningful learning: to connect new knowledge with students’ prior knowledge and real-world workflow when they learn new software. The protocol can be used not only for new software training, but also in any new procedural or performance training.
Design, Develop and Implement the technologies such as mobile apps in health care and Meaningful learning of new technologies.
Dr. Marla Smith School of Nursing Rogers State University United States
Dr. Marla Smith is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Rogers State University in Claremore, Oklahoma. She teaches Physical Assessment/Promotion, Community, Research, and Seminar in the RN to BSN program. She earned a Master of Nursing Science degree and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Research and Education at Oklahoma City University. Dr. Smith practiced in the acute care arena for many years, in the fields of Emergency Medicine and Administration, before she began as an educator. In addition to teaching full-time, she serves on the Literacy Council for Adult Learners and the Oklahoma Nurses Association as a Director at Large and the Political Action committee.
Knowledge Transfer in the Clinical Setting, Student Engagement Strategies and On-line Learning and Learner Outcomes.
Dr. Laurie Bladen Department of Nursing Clarion University of Pennsylvania United States
Dr. Laurie Bladen received her ASN from Ohio State University/ Lima Technical College, her BSN from the University of the State of New York, HER MBA from the University of Phoenix, Her MSN from South University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Phoenix. Her dissertation was on the Relationship of Embodied Nursing Knowledge and Client Outcomes in Home Health. Over her 36-year professional career, Dr. Bladen has served as staff nurse, nursing supervisor, and a Director of Home Health. Dr. Bladen designed and started a disease management clinic that served rural patients with education and treatment of diabetes, wounds, and infections. She has served as the President of Mu XI a chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nurses Society and she is a member of the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association and The American Nurses Association.
The development of nursing knowledge, Home health, Challenges in the education of nursing students and Accreditation and implications for quality care and improvement.
Dr. Sheryl LaCoursiere College of Nursing and Health Sciences University of Massachusetts, Boston United States
Sheryl LaCoursiere, PhD, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC, APRN is Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston. Her research interests include informatics and technology, and the use of the Internet for health communication and intervention. She has developed a Theory of Online Social Support, which is being used internationally, as well as the Attitudes Toward Online Healthcare (ATOHC) scale, which has been studied with various chronic conditions. Dr. LaCoursiere received her PhD from the University of Connecticut, and completed two fellowships at Yale University, one in Medical Informatics at Yale School of Medicine, funded by the National Library of Medicine, and one in breast cancer at Yale School of Nursing, funded by the Department of Defense. Her dissertation work, Telehealth Support in Cardiovascular Disease, was funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. LaCoursiere is an active psychiatric and family nurse practitioner.
Communication, Internet, Mental health, Informatics and Technology.
Dr. Katilya Harris School of Nursing Auburn University United States
Dr. Katilya Harris is currently on the faculty at Auburn University as an Assistant Professor. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Leadership with a concentration in Instructional Technology where she learned and implemented numerous innovative teaching/learning strategies. In 2009, she graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Master’s of Science in Nursing where she concentrated on community health nursing and nursing education. Dr. Harris brings experience from the associate degree and baccalaureate level of nursing education where she has taught in adult health, community health, pharmacology, and nursing leadership courses. Her primary area of expertise in the clinical arena is in the emergency department.
Active learning, Audience response systems, Electronic health records and Underrepresented groups in nursing programs.
Dr. Amy Martinez Garcie College of Nursing and School of Allied Health Northwestern State University United States
Dr. Amy Martinez Garcie received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing (Acute Care Nurse Practitioner), and post-Master’s Certificate (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner) from Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois. She has worked in many areas of healthcare and spoken internationally on topics related to pediatric sexual abuse. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the ASN/BSN/MSN Programs within the College of Nursing and School of Allied Health at Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana.
Cultural and Ethical Issues in Healthcare, Aromatherapy and the Registered Nurse.
Dr. Maya Nunotani Graduate School of Nursing Mukogawa Women’s University Japan
MAYA NUNOTANI, RN, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Graduate School of Nursing, Mukogawa Women’s University. She has completed her PhD in 2008 from University of Osaka, Japan. The title of the thesis is 'Process of their dietary life experiences in individuals with Crohn’s disease'. She has been conducting research and received some research prizes concern support for patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Chronic Illness Nursing, Decision Making and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Dr. Hiroko Tadaura Graduate School of Nursing and Rehabilitation Science International University Health and Welfare Graduate School, Tokyo Japan
Hiroko Tadaura is a Professor in Graduate School of Nursing and Rehabilitation Science in International University Health and Welfare Graduate School, Tokyo, Japan. She is also Part-time Professor in Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University, Miyagi, Japan. Guest Researcher in School of Nursing Science in University of Witten /Herdecke, Witten, Germany in 2008-2011. Senior Guest Researcher in School of Nursing Science in University of Witten/Herdecke, Witten, Germany in 2012-2015. She is also a Member of European Kinaesthetic Association, German Branch. IOS New Scholar Award of Self Care Dependent Care Nursing, International Orem Society, USA in 2014.
Sensory Motor Nursing, Nursing Epidemiology, Rehabilitation Nursing, Nursing Theory Practical Application, International Nursing Research, Nursing Science and Engineering.
Dr. Hyang Mi Jung Department of Nursing Dongeui University Korea
Dr. Hyang Mi Jung received M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Nursing from Pusan National University, South Korea and is a professor in the department of nursing, Dongeui University and teaches in undergraduate and graduate programs. Her major research interests are alternative and complementary nursing, child growth and development, health promotion program for adolescents, mother-infant interaction and women’s health.
Health Promotion, Alternative and Complementary Nursing, Child Growth and Development, Mother-Infant Interaction and Women’s Health.
Dr. Myoungjin Kwon Department of Nursing Daejeon University Korea
I am Dr. Myoungjin Kwon, professor of department of Nursing, Daejeon University. My major is fundamentals Nursing & psychiatric nursing. I received M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Nursing from Chungnam national University, Republic of Korea. I teach in undergraduate, graduate, & doctoral students. I am interested in emotional nursing(ex: depression), elderly(ex: cognitive disorder), chronic disease(ex: hypertension) and psychiatric nursing(ex: schizophrenia).
Michiyo OKA, RN, Ph.D is a Professor of Gunma University from April 2006 to present. She was an Associate professor, Kitasato University School of Nursing, Yamagata University and worked as a RN at the Toranomon Hospital for seven years. She has completed her PhD in 1999 from University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan. The title of the thesis is ‘Treatment regimen adherence and life- satisfaction in hemodialysis patients : a covariance structure analysis.’ She received some research prizes, has been acquired more than twenty research founds.
Chronic Illness Nursing, Patient Education and Evidence Based Practice.
Dr. Ikuko Sobue School of Nursing Hiroshima University Japan
Ph.D.: Osaka University, School of Medicine, License number (17973), 2003.
M.Education: Osaka Kyoiku University, School of Education, License number (1209) 1991.
Registered Nurse: Tokushima University, School of Education, 1981.
Dr. Yeon-Jung Kim Department of Nursing Korea Nazarene University Korea
I am Dr. Yeon-Jung Kim, professor of department of Nursing, Korea Nazarene University. My major is Mental Health Nursing. I received Ph.D. in Psychiatric Nursing from the Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea. I teaches in undergraduate students. I am interested in mental disorder, increasing awareness of disability, emotional nursing.
Mental disorder, Increasing awareness of disability and Emotional nursing.
Dr. Hyang Soon Oh Nursing Department, College of Natural Resources and Technology Sunchon National University, Korea
Dr. Oh received her BSN and MPH, PhD from Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea. She contributed to develop the infection control system, to establish and expand the infection control nurses’ role in Korea as a pioneer of infection control specialist. Dr. Oh has served as a staff nurse, nursing director, infection control nurse specialist, infection control team leader, researcher, educator, and professor. She has served nationally on the Korean Association of Infection Control Nurses as a President, Korean Society of Nosocomial Infection Control as a Vice President, contributed to establish above two academic societies, and the Accreditation of the Quality of Hospital Care in Korea. And she has served internationally Organizing committee member of the East Asian Conference on Infection Control. Dr. Oh has served as a member of the joint mission from the Republic of Korea in 2015 MERS Rok/ WHO Joint Mission. She has authored numerous articles and is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences.
Infection Prevention and Control, Epidemiology, research methodology, nursing education, fundamental nursing, nursing clinical performance, patients safety, healthcare workers safety and outbreak investigation.
Dr. Hee Jung Jang Division of Nursing Hallym University Korea
Dr Jang, Hee Jung has received her PhD in Ewha Womans University. Currently, she is a Professor in Division of Nursing, Hallym University and President of Korean Simulation Society in Nursing. She was a full-time lecturer in Choonhae Junior College of Nursing, Pusan, Assistant teacher in Department of Nursing, Ewha Womans University and nurse, Ewha Womans University Hospital, Seoul. She is serving as an Article reviewer of several reputed journals like Journal of Qualitative Research and Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing. She has authored many research articles. She is a member of Korean Society for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, NANDA, Korean Academy of Nursing, The Korean Society of Medical Informatics and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Middle- aged Health, Perioperative nursing, Care for chronically ill patients, Self-care, Nursing Education, Nursing Informatics and Health promotion.
Dr. Yun-Jeong Kim Department of Nursing Pai Chai University Korea
Dr. Yun-Jeong Kim received M.S degree and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Hanyang University, South Korea. She is currently a professor in the College, Pai Chai University and teaches in undergraduate. Dr. Yun-Jeong Kim’s publication and research efforts focus on first aid, nursing education, emergency nursing, and health promotion. She is the member of American Heart Association, Korean Nurses Association, Korean Society of Nursing Science, and Journal of the Korea Convergence Society.
First aid, Nursing education, Emergency nursing and Health promotion.
Dr. Jeong-Won Han School of Nursing Kosin University Korea
Dr. Jeong-Won Han received M.S. degrees and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Kyunghee University, South Korea and iscurrently a professor in the College of Nursing, Kosin University. She is currently published in Marquis Who's Who in the world (33rd) and 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century. Dr. Han’s served anevaluation committee of the Association of Korean Woman Scientists and Engineers. She is a peer reviewer ofJournal of East-West Nursing Research, The Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care and International Journal of Health Policy and Management.
Dr Kyung-Choon Lim has received her PhD in University of California-San Francisco. Currently, she is working as Associate Professor in Sungshin Women’s University (SWU). She has 11 years experience as a teacher for undergraduate nursing students, graduate nursing students in gerontological nurse practitioner (GNP) program at SWU, 8 years of teaching experience for new nurses, patients and their family, 15 years of teaching experience for older adults and One year of teaching experience for graduate students at Seoul National University and Eulji University. She was a senior researcher in the Research Institute of Nursing Science at Seoul National University for a year and also in the province of Chungnam Women’s Policy Development Institute, Korea for 2 years. She is conducting research with several projects like Developing models for the standardization of nursing service by applying and evaluating the effects of individualized nursing care for improving cognitive function in older adults, Basic Science and Engineering research program supported by the national research foundation of Korea, The lifestyle among patients at the organ transplantation center, Asan Medical Center in Korea, The life of older adults at the province of Chungnam Women’s Policy Development Institute in Korea etc
Nursing, Older Adults, Cognitive Function, Physical Activity, Health Promotion, Depression, Organ Transplantation, Roles of Nurse Practitioner, Simulation-based Education.
Dr. Shoko Katsura School of Nursing Miyagi University Japan
Shoko Katsura, RN, PhD is an associate professor in Miyagi University School of Nursing. She was an assistant professor in Yamagata University School of Nursing and she has practiced as a public health nurse since 1992 for Sendai Municipal Government, Japan. She received her PhD of Nursing Science from Tokyo Medical and Dental University in 2011. The title of her thesis is “Longitudinal Study Regarding the Mental Health of Family Caregivers Following the Loss of an Elderly Homecare Recipient.” In the same year The Great East Japan Earthquake occurred. Afterwards, she took an active role in the recovery process of her university and its surrounding area. Her recent research has focused on preventive care, the role of the public health nurse in disaster preparedness, response and recovery, and continuing education for public health nurses.
Public Health Nursing, Preventive Care, Disaster Nursing and Health Education.
Dr. Hyun Myung Sun School of Nursing Ajou University College of Nursing. Korea
Prof. Higuchi has in-depth knowledge of health issues in the Asian region in general and Sri Lanka in particular; starting from the early 1990s.She is currently the Professor of International health and nursing at the National College of Nursing, Japan. Her current duties include supervising both postgraduate and undergraduate students. She visits Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and India frequently on collaborative research projects on health related issues with Universities in those countries. She served not only as a volunteer but also later as an expert of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) in establishing the nursing education institute at Sri Jayewardenepura. Prior to that she was assigned by the Foreign Ministry of Japan to be in charge of the ethnic conflict between Sinhalese and Tamils in Sri Lanka. In the year 2001, she was sent to the University of Michigan by the Japanese Government as a visiting scholar cum WHO collaborator.
Medical Anthropology, Primary Health Care, Health Promotion, Women in Development.
Dr. Tae Im Kim School of Nursing Daejeon University Korea
I am Dr. Tae-Im Kim, professor of department of Nursing, Daejeon University. My major is Child Health Nursing. I received M.S. degree from Yonsei University and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea. I teaches in undergraduate, graduate, & doctoral students. I am editorial board member and reviewer of Asian Nursing Research, Journal of Korean Nursing Society, & Child Health Nursing Research. I am interested in developmentally supportive care for preterm baby, multisensory stimulation, child rearing, growth and development of children in multicultural families, mother-infant interaction and women’s health."
health education, developmentally supportive care for preterm baby, multisensory stimulation, child rearing, growth and development of children in multicultural families, mother-infant interaction and women’s health.
Dr. KIM JIHYUN School of Nursing Beakseok University in Korea Korea
I achieved Ph.Don nursing management fromdepartment of nursing of EwhaWomans University, in 2006. I researched about Korean health care system and health care quality control in EwhaMedical Research Institute as a full time researcher from Mar. 2006 to Feb. 2007. I was a faculty of nursing department in Suwon Womans University and taught nursing management, from Mar. 2009 to Feb. 2011.
I’m a facultyof nursing department, Beakseok University in Korea, from Mar. 2011. And I’m teaching nursing management, nursing ethics, nursing leadership and nursing informatics.
I’m a team leader in Division of University Evaluation Strategy in Beakseok University from 2015 and plan and executive university evaluation methods and curriculum evaluation of nursing major, etc.
I have been a board member of Convergence Information Society, since 2013 and apaper reviewer of Korean Society of Public Health Nursing since 2011,as representative academic activitis.
Nursing performance and nursing management,
Quality evaluation for nursing facilities,
Decision support system for nurses,
Apply Data mining and IoT(Internet of Things) to nursing field,
Smart learning for nurses and college students,
Development of Nursing Theory,
Clinical Nursing ethics.
Dr. Yoo Seung-Yeon School of Nursing Hannam University Korea
Dr. Seung-Yeon Yoo graduated from Korea Armed Forces Nursing Academy, and received M.S degree and Ph.D. in College of Nursing at Yonsei University. Dr. Yoo served in army for about 20 years as a nurse officer, and retired in 2012. When she was in military, she also worked for 10 years as a adult nursing professor at the Korea Armed Forces Nursing Academy. She is currently a professor in the department of Nursing, Hannam University and teaches in undergraduate programs. Dr. Yoo is a nurse anesthetist, and ACLS provider/BLS instructor of American Heart Association, TNCC faculty of Emergency Nurses Association. Her research interests include emergency nursing, trauma nursing, chronic disease/cancer patient care, hospice care, simulation education. She is also interested in research related to care workers for elders with dementia and disaster nursing. Recently, she had a lot of literature analysis studies about patients’ or care givers’ stress, simulation, spiritual nursing.
emergency nursing, trauma nursing, chronic disease/cancer patient care, hospice care, simulation education
Dr. Ha Ju-Young School of Nursing Pusan National University Korea
Dr. Ju-Young Hareceived M.S. degrees and Ph.D. in Nursing from the EwhaWomansUniversity, South Korea and iscurrently a professor in the College of Nursing, Pusan National University and teaches in undergraduate and graduate programs. Dr. Ha’s publication and research efforts focus on women’s health,gerontological nursing, dementia care, nursing education, andqualitative research. She has presented nationally and internationally and published on numerous topics in peer-reviewed journals. She is an editorial board of International Journal of Nursing and Clinical Practices, and shehas been a board member of Korean Society of Women Health Nursing and Korean Gerontological Nurses Association. She is a reviewer for several journals.
Women’s health, Gerontological Nursing, Qualitative Research
Dr. Chich-Hsiu Hung School of Nursing Kaohsiung Medical University Taiwan
Professor Chich-Hsiu Hung received her PhD in nursing in 2002 from the University of Pennsylvania, USA. She has gained research grants from National Science Council (the title was changed to Ministry of Science and Technology), Taiwan for 17 successive years since year 2000 and conducted several major research projects, including validating the Hung Postpartum Stress Scale, and published a series of studies about postpartum women. Currently, her major study projects is “Effect of two modes of health education and telephone interventions on knowledge, injection skill, insulin injection self-efficacy, injection performance rate, educational satisfaction, nursing hours, and biophysical indicators?a repeated study design. She has published more than 70 articles in reputed international journals and serving as an editor or a reviewer of repute. Her interest research involves postpartum stress, instrument development, perinatal women’s health, gestational diabetes mellitus, and health promotion programs.
postpartum stress, instrument development, perinatal women’s health, gestational diabetes mellitus, and health promotion programs.
Dr. Ayla Gursoy Department of Nursing Cyprus International University Cyprus
Currently I am working as a full time professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing Department at Cyprus International University. I have been in nursing since 1989 and completed my PhD education in Surgical Nursing in 2002 at the University of Hacettepe in Ankara/Turkey. My own research interest are focused on breast care nursing and perioperative nursing. Over my 28-year professional career, I have served as staff nurse, nurse educator, researcher, lecturer, head of nursing department and vice dean. As an experienced nurse educator, I have taught at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral levels of nursing education. I am editorial board and jury member of the many national and international scientific journals.
Breast care nursing, Perioperative nursing and Qualitative research.
Dr. Manuel Luis Vila Capelas Institute of Health Sciences Portuguese Catholic University Portugal
Nurse (since 1989), Master in Palliative Care (2006), PhD in Health Sciences-Palliative Care (2013). Professor in Institute of Health Sciences-Universidade Católica Portuguesa where coordinates the field of palliative care (research and education, including pediatric palliative care). Codiretor of the Portuguese Observatory for Palliative Care. Published 33 papers in scientific journal and 59 in conference proceedings, 2 books and 8 chapters book. Reviewer in several journals and congresses. Supervised more than 30 masters dissertations and is supervising 2 PhD thesis. Very engaged with Palliative Care across the world working with the European Association for Palliative Care, Spanish Society for Palliative Care, Latin American Association for Palliative Care and other National Associations.
Palliative care, Quality of care, Quality indicators, Organization of services and national programs.
Dr. Mira Klarin Department of Teachers and Preschool Teachers Education University of Zadar Croatia
Mira Klarin is a full professor at the University of Zadar. She has participated in several professional and scientific national and international projects. Her scientific interest is focused on the field of research of socialization factors in the context of human development. It has recently been focused on research of interpersonal relations, their development and possible changes.
She has completed training for a psychotherapist and is the head of the Student Counseling Center at the University.
She is also author and co-author of 50 scientific and professional papers and chapters in books. For the scientific monograph "The Development of Children in the Social Context - Parents, Peers, Teachers, the Child Development Context" 2006 Was awarded by the Croatian Psychological Society.
She is a member of the Croatian Psychological Society, International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection and European Association for Gestalt Therapy.
Life span development, Interpersonal relations, Development in social context, Parents, peers, teachers, culture and development.
Dr. Akeau Unahalekhaka Department of Public Health Nursing and Nursing Care Chaing Mai University Thailand
Dr.Akeau Unahalekhaka is a Professor at Faculty of Nursing, Chaing Mai University, Thailand. She graduated Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science and Ph.D. in Epidemiology. She also received Certificate in Surveillance and Applied Epidemiology for HIV and AIDS from CDC, USA and Certificate in Statistical, Epidemiological and Operational Methods Applied in Medicine and Public Health from University of Brussels, Belgium. She is a president of Nursing Association for Prevention and Control of Infections (NAPCI) Thailand, consultant of Central Sterilization Service Association of Thailand and many hospitals in Infection Prevention and Control (IPC). She has been an invited lecturer > 600 times. She is currently an editorial council member of The International Journal of Infection Control (IJIC) of the International Federation of Infection Control (IFIC). She has written many books on IPC and Disinfection and Sterilization which were widely used by Infection Control Nurses throughout Thailand.
Infection Prevention and Control, Disinfection and Sterilization and Epidemiology.
Dr. Meyrick Chow School of Nursing Tung Wah College Hong Kong
Professor Meyrick Chow served as a faculty member of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing since 1995. He joined Tung Wah College in May 2014 and is currently the Acting Dean of the School of Nursing. Over the years, he has developed research interests in and published on information and communication technology (ICT) in education, diabetes care and infection control. He has played a significant role in the development of e-learning courses in the tertiary education sector in Hong Kong. Professor Chow has participated in the capacity of Principal Investigator in researches funded by the Research Grant Council and the Food and Health Bureau. He is a member of the Nursing Council of Hong Kong and has served on numerous international scientific committees.
ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in Education, Infection Control, Diabetes Care and Health Informatics.
Dr. Winnie Cheng School of Nursing Tung Wah College Hong Kong
Dr. Winnie Cheng is currently an Associate Professor of School of Nursing at the Tung Wah College, Hong Kong and teaches across diverse tracks in nursing and gerontology. Dr. Winnie Cheng received her PhD from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her dissertation was on the Mutual Goal setting with patients receiving home care. Over her more than 30 year professional career, Dr. Cheng has served as a staff nurse in medical and surgical nursing, nurse specialist in community nursing, nurse educator, and academic administrator. She has served as the Founding Chairman of the Hong Kong Community Nurses Association. Her research interests include community nursing, older people care, and women’s health.
Community Nursing, Older people care and Women’s health.
Dr. Paulo Seabra Department of Nursing Catholic University Portugal
Nursing PhD at Catholic University of Portugal in 2015. Master in Mental and Psychiatric Health Nursing in 2009. Nursing Bachelor since 1992. Family Therapist by Portuguese Societies of Family Therapy since 2010. Currently Assistant Professor at the Catholic University of Portugal, where he coordinates since 2015, the Master's Degree in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing. Lecturer in the Nursing Graduation where he is regent of the Curricular Unit Nursing and Life Processes II (Mental Health) and also lecture in the Doctoral Course. He has published articles in peer review journals and papers in events. Numerous free communications at national and international scientific events as well as conferences. Reviewer in some national and international journals. Researcher at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Health at Catholic University of Portugal. Research interests: mental health, additive behaviors, harm reduction, intervention with families, quality of care, nursing sensitive outcomes.
Mental Health, Substance related disorders, Family process, harm reduction, Nursing sensitive outcomes, Quality of care and Quality of life.
Mr. Takashi Miyazaki Department of Nursing Aasahikawa University Japan
Assistant professor of Aasahikawa University.
My research interest icludes ICT for education and VR?MR machine learning.
I was received a master course student of Hokkaido University, Japan, in 2010.
My research was adopted in Japan Society for the Promotion of Science : Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists B.
Exercises, Nursing education, Teaching material and Virtual reality.
Dr. Kim Youngsuk Department of Nursing Kosin University Korea
I received M. S. degree and Ph. D. in Nursing from Kosin University, South Korea. I am working as assistant professor in the department of nursing, Kosin University and teaching in undergraduate and graduate program. My major research interests are Global health care, Nursing education, Cancer care and First aid. I am a member of Korean Society of Nursing Science, Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing, Korean Society of Biological Nursing Science and Korean Oncology Nursing Society.
Global health care, Cancer care, Health Promotion, Quality of Life and Nursing Education.
Dr. Silvia Escribano Cubas Department of Nursing, University of Alicante Spain
Dr Silvia Escribano Cubas has received her PhD in Miguel Hernández University during the period of 2017. Currently, she is working as a associated professor in Alicante University at Nursing Department. She was serving as a reviewer of several reputed journals like PLOSone, Journal of Health Psychology or Journal Evaluation and Program Planning during last years. She has authored research about Public Health and VIH/AIDS Preventive Programs articles.
Public health, STIs Preventive programs, Health Promotion, Adolescents and HIV/Aids.
Mr. Takamasa Tanaka School of Nursing Saku University Japan
Mr.Takamasa Tanaka,RN,MSN, Saku University,School of Nursing, Associate Professor. He worked as a nurse in several clinical settings in 15 years, got Master degree from University of Tsukuba in 2001. He despatched to Indonesia as the member of Japan Medical Team for Disaster Relief in 2004. He has been the Editorial boards of Japan Nursing Ethics in 10 years.
Dr Sungwon Park has received her PhD in College of Nursing, Yonsei University, Korea during the period of 2002-2005. Currently, she is working as Associate Professor in Hannam University. She has successfully completed her Administrative responsibilities as Assistant Professor, Part time lecturer and Nurse. She has authored many research articles. She is a member of Korean Nurses Association, Korean society of nursing science, Korean Academy of psychiatric and mental health nursing, Education Board in Deajon metropolitan Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau International and ICN conference in Seoul 2015.
Social cognition in patients with schizophrenia, Study of psycho-physiology and Neurocognition, Study of mental health for the elderly.
Dr. Hsiao-yun Annie Chang School of Nursing Fooyin University Taiwan
Dr. Chang has a masters and doctorate in nursing and has been working in licensed adult care and associate nursing education for several years. Currently, she is an associate professor at Department of Nursing in Fooyin University, Taiwan. Dr. Chang has published papers in reputed journals as well as a reviewer of various international journals.
Adult Nursing, Diabetes, Evidence Based Practice, Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Dr. Huei-Lin Hsieh School of Nursing National Taichung University of Science and Technology Taiwan
My name is Huei-Lin Hsieh. I am an associate professor in nursing school, National Taichung University of Science and Technology in Taiwan. I am teaching gerontological nursing, nursing administration, nursing research, and innovation management in nursing school. I graduated in Nursing PhD. Program in University of Maryland at Baltimore in the USA. My major in PhD. Program was indirect nursing, and sub-major was gerontological nursing. My interested research areas are gerontological nursing, nursing education, nursing management, and nursing administration. Recently, my research focuses in developing and design nursing related appliance for patients, health persons, and nurses, and then apply a patent.
Gerontological Nursing, Nursing Education, Nursing Management, and Nursing Administration.
Dr. Yi-Maun Subeq Department of Nursing National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan Taiwan
Born and raised in a Taiwanese aboriginal tribe, Yi-Maun Subeq, NP, PhD, is an associate professor and researcher in the field of Nursing Science, focusing on biological nursing, critical and emergency health issues, indigenous health, health disparities, and trans cultural nursing. Currently, she is working at National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. In the past few years, she has been dedicated to participating in projects for developing national health policies, health care and has conducted related research and published papers in SCI journals, international conferences, and professional magazines world-wide.
Biological Nursing, Critical and Emergency Health Issues, Indigenous Health, Health Disparities, and Trans-cultural Nursing.
Dr. Lee Ching-Fang Department of Nursing Mackay Medical College Taiwan
Dr Lee Ching-Fang has received her PhD in National Taiwan Normal University,Taiwan during the period of 2007-2012 .Currently, she is working as associate professor in Mackay Medical College. She has successfully completed her Administrative responsibilities as assistant professor and lecturer in Oriental Institute of Technology. she is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like SSCI, European Journal of Cancer Care, The Journal of Nursing Research etc. She has authored more than 100 research articles/books.
Women Health, Maternal Health, Health Promotion, Pregnant
Exercise, Exercise Prescription, Physical Activity, Exercise Counseling
Dr. Medine Yilmaz school of nursing Izmir Katip Çelebi University Turkey
I worked a head nurse at the Pediatric Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation Unit, Ege University Medical Faculty Hospital, Izmir.between May 2002- September 2011. I have been worked in Izmir Katip Çelebi University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing Deparment as an academician nurse since October 2011. I participated a lot of international and national congress about oncology and stem cell transplantation from 2002. During this time I took an active role in my country in organization of four SCT courses and other organizations. I pioneered in organize a SCT sub-committee in our Turkish Oncology Nursing Association. I have some studies (9 oral and 4 poster presentations) presented studies at different meetings about Stem Cell Transplantations area. In additionally my doctorate thesis’ topics was “Effectiveness of a Planned Discharge Program Concerning the Needs for Informational and Physical Care, and Home Care in Children with Cancer”. I have got assocication professor degree in Public Health Nursing. I’m interested in cancer prevention, nutrition and cancer, cancer screenings, nursing education, home care.
Cancer Prevention, Nutrition and Cancer, Cancer Screenings, Nursing Education and Home Care.
Dr. Fumiko Sato College of Nursing Senri Kiran University Japan
She is currently an associate professor of Faculty of Nursing, Senri Kiran University, Japan. Her research interest includes mental health condition of immigrant nurses working in hospitals in Japan, and development of healthcare program for foreign residents. She obtained her master degree from University of South Florida in 2004. Since then, she engaged in international cooperation projects by JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) mainly in Asia, and then served as project formulation advisor at JICA Malawi office for two years. She has wide range of international experience prior to the current position.
mental health condition of immigrant
Dr. Narges Atefi College of Nursing University Malaya Iran
I was born in Iran, in 1977. I received the Master degree in public health and PhD in Nursing from the University Malaya, in 2009 and 2014 respectively. I am a well-experienced researcher at the fields of nursing and public health with several years’ experience working as a RN nurse at the hospitals and research assistant at university Malaya. I have an excellent knowledge of research activities mostly conducting and evaluating quantitative and qualitative studies and making competent analysis and reports. As a result, I have contributed in publishing several ISI sited papers and currently working as a researcher in research and innovation centre at Javad-Alaeme Heart Hospital, Mashhad –Iran.
Cardiovascular disease (intensive care, special coronary care),
Continuous Nursing Education (nursing practices, theories, nursing research),
Elderly Life Care ,
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis.
Dr. Yunjung Lee School of Nursing Woosuk University Korea
I am Dr. Yunjung Lee, professor of department of Nursing, Woosuk University from Mar. 1999. My major is Adult Health Nursing. I received M.S. degree from Seoul National University and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea. I am interested in good death, nursing ethics, nursing education and independent nursing intervention
Nursing ethics, Nursing education, gerontological nursing, good death, advance directives
Dr. Pi-Ming Yeh School of Nursing Missouri Western State University United States
Ph D, College of Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, U.S.A., 2003.
Dissertation Title: Factors Influencing Family Caregiver Burden at a Taiwanese Hospital.
MS, Institute of Medicine in Chung-Shan Medical University, Taiwan, 1996.
Dissertation Title: Chromosomal Studies of Skin Cancer Patients in Areas Where High-Arsenic Well Water Was Used for Drinking. Taiwan
BS, College of Nursing, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan, 1986.
Dr Suen is an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing and also holds the position of Director of the Squina International Centre for Infection Control. Her research interests include complementary and alternative medicine, as well as infection control. She has published nearly 80 scientific articles over the years and has extensive experience in the conduct of randomized controlled trials using auriculotherapy in the clinical treatment of insomnia, low back pain, constipation, osteoarthritic knee, and uncontrolled hypertension. She is also interested in research related to handwashing, and personal protective equipment for health care workers. She is the editorial board members of a number of international refereed journals, and is frequently invited as speakers at the universities, international conferences and local communities.Qualifications-Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Nursing & Health Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University [Date of conferment: 18/1/2002];Master of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Sydney, Australia [Date of conferment: 3/2/1997] (Distinction average); Bachelor of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, The University of Sydney, Australia [Date of conferment: 9/6/1995] (Distinction average).
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), auriculotherapy and auricular diagnosis, sleep studies, clinical nursing, infection control.
Dr. Makiko KONDO School of Nursing Graduate School of Health Sciences, Okayama University Japan
Dr. Makiko Kondo obtained Bachelor of Education and Registered Nurse degrees from Tokushima Universityin 1989, a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Chiba University in 2000, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing from Osaka Prefecture University at 2007. Currently, she is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Health Sciences in Okayama University. She teaches doctor’s course,master’s course (Oncology Certified Nurse Specialist), and undergraduate.Her field of expertise is qualitative studies, and her research themes involve care for parentswith cancer and their children, nurses’ grief care, conceptualization of clinical nursing competency and bioethics and life review ofHansen’s disease survivor had experienced extreme state.
Adult nursing (cancer, Hanse’s disease etc. / chronic, terminal),
family nursing, bioethics, theory construction (or qualitative inductive research)
Dr. Emine Geckil School of Nursing Nursing Department,Health Science Faculty, Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya/TURKEY. Turkey
Emine is an AssociateProfessor in Pediatric Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Science, Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya/Turkey. She had worked as manager of School of Health Science of Ad?yaman University from 2003 till2012 she also worked as a visitor Researcher in Birmingham University, UK in 2012.She obtained her PhD degree from Health Science institute of ?stanbul Universityin 2002.Her research interests focus on child and adolescent health, health promotion, and nursing.
Child Health Nursing,
Newborn and Child Health,
HealthPromotion in Childrenand Adolescent,
Ethics in Nursing.
Dr. Martin Salzmann-Erikson School of Nursing University of Gävle, Faculty of Health and Occupational Studies, Department of Health and Caring Sciences, Gävle, Sweden. Sweden
Martin Salzmann-Erikson, is a registered nurse specialized in psychiatric nursing. In addition to holding a Ph.D. in medicine with the specialty in health and caring science he is holding the position as an Associate Professor.
His doctorate thesis led to the conceptualization of caring in intensive psychiatry as a projection of a culture of stability. Within the culture of stability, he theorized that caring can be accurately described as the projection of rhythm and movements. Hence, nursing care in terms of movements creates fluctuations in the stability as it shapes the rhythm of caring in intensive psychiatry.
His current research investigates how and by what methods stability is created. Among the objectives, studies aim to contribute to the development of both the theoretical and practical knowledge of the working and care environments in psychiatric inpatient care. Identifying problems, needs, barriers and opportunities related to the project lead to significant knowledge concerning the staff’s psychosocial work environment in their daily lives at work.
Dr. Salzmann-Erikson has published almost 40 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and published book chapters for nursing students. He has also published popular science articles, contributed to national and international conferences and held lectures and symposia. After his doctoral degree, he received funding for a two-year research project as a post-doctoral researcher and has developed a work-model to enhance the work conditions for healthcare personnel.
Seiko Hirokawa is an Associate professor of Faculty of Health Sciences Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Nursing, in Japan.She is graduate of the Kitasato University, Japan, where she earned both her BSN (in 1997) and MSN (in 2004) degrees in Nursing.In addition, she completed her PhD at St. Luke's college in 2013.Following graduation and licensure in 1997, she worked as a psychiatricnurse in the Keio University Hospital in Japan. After completed her MSN in 2004, she worked at Kanagawa University of Human Services, Japan. Since 2009, she worked as researcher at National Institute of Mental Health, National Center of Neurology and psychiatry.
Currently, her researches focus on following two themes: (1) suicide prevention, (2) outreach services for disengaged People with Mental Health Problems.
Community Mentalhealth, Suicide, Outreach, Self-neglect
Dr. Hsin-Shu Huang School of Nursing Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology Taiwan
Hsin-Shu Huang Ph.D. served a member of Committee of Mental Health in Taichung government, a member of Committee of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention in Taichung government, a member of Counseling and Guidance Group of the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Center for Individuals with Disability in Taichung-Changhua-Nantou, a counseling member in Special Education Center of National Changhua University of Education, a associate professor of Department of Nursing of Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, the director of Student Counseling Center of Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, and the head of Student Counseling Section of Practice and Employment of Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Psychiatric Mental Health Care, Aged Population Care, Behavior Management, Health Promotion, Pediatric Care, Special Education.
Dr. Chiyori Haga School of Nursing Graduate School of Health Sciences, University of Okayama. Japan
Chiyori Haga is associate professor of Department of Community Health Nursing, Graduate School of Health Sciences, University of Okayama. She received both her bachelor’s degree and MSN, at Chiba University. Following graduation and licensure in 1998, she worked as a Public Health Nurse in the City Hall of Setagaya-ku in Japan. In master course, she majored in Nursing Education. In 2011, she completed PhD thesis in Department of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, University of Yamanashi. Recently, the main theme of her study is preventing childhood obesity and promoting childhood health using community-based intervention. She is also contributing towards the continuing professional education for public health nurses as the Professional Practice Committee at the Nursing Association in Japan.
Public Health Nursing, Community Based Nursing Practice, Nursing Education, Caring for Developmental Disorder, and Health Promotion during Childhood
Dr. Ying Tsao School of Nursing Tzu Chi University Taiwan
Associated Professor Tzu Chi University, Hualien, Taiwan, Aug 2011-Present
Associated Professor Tajen University, Pingtung, Taiwan, Feb 2008 - July 2011
Senior Lecturer Tajen University, Pingtung, Taiwan, Aug 1995 - June 2004
Military training instructor National Pingtung Institute of Commerce, Pingtung, Taiwan, Aug 1997 July 1998
Registered Nurse Chang Gung Institute of Nursing, Taoyuan, Taiwan,
July 1989 - July 1992
Main sphere of research is focused on the health of women and children, professional nursing practice and outcomes.
Current research activities demonstrate a commitment towards undertaking collaborative research with partners from schools and nonprofits and government agencies.
Dr. Mei-Hua Wang Department of Nursing Meiho University Taiwan
Dr. Mei-Hua Wang has completed her PhD in 2013 from Kaohsiung Medical University College of Nursing. She is majored in psychiatric mental health nursing and mind-body intervention. Currently, she is working as an assistant professor at Meiho University in Southern Taiwan. She has served as a reviewer for the Journal of VGH Nursing.
Psycho-social Intervention, Alternative Therapy and Health Promotion, Depression Issue, Stress and Emotion Management.
Dr. Jian Tao Lee School of Nursing Chang Gung University Taiwan
Dr. Lee’s educational background includes a MA in Clinical Nursing from National Yang Ming University and a Doctor in Health Education from Institute of Health Education of National Taiwan Normal University. She is an associate professor of school of nursing in Chang Gung University in Taiwan, the director of the Sex Education Association of Taiwan and chief editor of the Formosan Journal of Sexology. She has studied women's sexual health and sexual health education for more than 20 years, and has published more than 30 papers in this area. She has been the reviewers for numerous international journals in nursing and sexuality, eg., JAN (Journal of Advanced Nursing), JCN (Journal of Clinical Nursing), Journal of sexual Medicines (JSM), etc.
Women sexual health, Sexual education, Maternity nursing, Qualitative research.
Dr. Yu-Ping Huang School of Nursing National Quemoy University Taiwan
Dr. Yu-Ping Huang has completed her PhD from Griffith University School of Nursing and Midwifery. I applied phenomenological approach to explore the lived experiences of Taiwanese mothers of the children with cerebral palsy. Now, I am an Associated Professor and teach at National Quemoy University School of Nursing. My major is pediatric nursing.
Family of children with developmental disability, Parents of children with chronic illness, Parenting, Care-giving, Cancer nursing, Quality of life and Qualitative study.
Dr. Hsing-Yuan Liu School of Nursing Chang Gung University of Science and Technolog Taiwan
Dr. Hsing-Yuan Liu is currently working as an Associate Professor and Dean of Student Affairs in the School of Nursing of Chang Gung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. Dr. Liu is also an Associate Research Fellow in the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan. Dr. Liu is currently serving as the principle investigator on two creativity of nursing education grants funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of Taiwan. She has served as the principal investigator and co- principal investigator on more than twenty grants funded by the MOST of Taiwan and other institutes. To combine her nursing expertise and a passion for teaching into college education, Dr. Liu has completed PhD degree from the College of Education of National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan. Dr. Liu has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and contributes her effort in psychiatric mental health nursing, creativity in nursing education.
Creativity in Nursing Education, Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Service and Learning, Learning Issues on Students of Diverse Background, and Gender Studies.
Dr. Hsuan-Man Hung Department of Nursing Tajen University Taiwan
Hsuan-Man Hung is an Assistant Professor in Department of Nursing at Tajen University (Taiwan), and provides education in community health nursing and women's health education to undergraduate nurses, and I hold a Ph.D. degree in nursing from the Institute of Allied Health Science at National Cheng Kung University. My research interests focus on the field of community health nursing and women's health.
Community Health Nursing, Women's Health and Alternative therapy.
Dr. Hye Young Kim College of Nursing Chonbuk National University Korea
Dr. Kim received her PhD in School of Nursing, Chonnam National University in South Korea. Her doctoral dissertation was on “Structural Model for Psychosocial Adjustment in Early Breast Cancer patients”. She has served as an associate professor in School of Nursing, Chonbuk National University in Korea since 2012. Dr. Kim’s research areas of interest are female sexual function, psychosocial adjustment in patient with cancer, CIPN in cancer patient, type-D personality, and psychometric test.
Female sexual function, Oncology nursing and Psychometric test.
Dr. Jeongwoon Yang Department of Nursing Science Kyungbok University Korea
Dr. Jeongwoon Yang, Ph.D is an Assistant Professor. She was a Research Assistant of Mental health Nursing in Alcoholics (pilot study), Seoul National University (May 2016- Feb. 2017). She has completed her PhD from College of Nursing, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea. The title of the thesis is “Effects of a Nonviolent Communication-based program for alcoholics”. She was also a member of the Council on International Studies and Programs, University at Buffalo, 2004 and Academic Planning Committee, University at Buffalo, 2004.
Substance abuse, Alcoholism, Addiction and Children mental health.
Dr. Wei-Chun Lin Department of Nursing Min-Hwei Junior College of Health Care Management Taiwan
Dr. Wei-Chun Lin, Ph.D, RN is an Assistant Professor in Department of Nursing at Min-Hwei Junior College of Health Care Management,Taiwan. She has published many papers in SCI journals and international conferences. Her interest research involves Intensive Care and Chest Medicine Nursing.
Intensive Care Nursing and Chest Medicine Nursing.
Dr. Bohyun Park Department of Nursing Changwon National University Korea
Dr. Park received her PhD in School of Public Health, Seoul National University in South Korea. Her doctoral dissertation was on “Evaluation of nurse staffing expansion policy of Korea”. Dr. Park served as a staff nurse in Kangbuk Samsung Hospital and as a researcher in National Health Insurance Review Service. She has served as a professor in Department of Nursing, Changwon National University in Korea since 2014.
Health inequality, Social capital, Nurse staffing level, Migration of clinical nurse and Cost of illness.
Dr. Tzu-I Chiu Department of Nursing Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology Taiwan
Tzu-I Chiu received her Ph.D. and M.S. at the State University of New York at Binghamton, and her B.S. in Nursing at the Emory University. She is currently a assistant professor in Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Nursing Department. She has taught a wide range of courses in community health nursing, nursing Ethic, and health promotion both in master and undergraduate program. Her research focuses on Alternative Therapy and health promotion. She was also the chief editor for community health nursing, in s Wagner Publisher. Taiwan. She has also published chapters on nursing ethic field.
Community health nursing, Nursing Ethic, Alternative Therapy and Health promotion,
Dr. Niang-Huei Peng Department of Nursing National Yang-Ming University Taiwan
Dr. Peng, Niang-Huei a certified registered nurse in Taiwan and currently she is an assistant professor in nursing department of National Yang-Ming University in Taiwan. Dr. Peng completed her doctoral degree in nursing at the University of Missouri- St. Louis in May 2008. Her major is in Pediatric and Neonatal Nursing. Dr. Peng’s research specialties include four areas: 1. The stress biobehavioral responses of Preterm Infants towards environmental stressors in the NICU, 2. The impacting factors of energy expenditure in preterm Infants, 3. To promote the neonatal and pediatric palliative care, 4. To innovate devices for promoting neonatal clinical Care. Dr. Peng has published many research papers regarding above research areas.
Pediatric and Neonatal Nursing.
Dr. Chu-Ling Chang Department of Nursing Hungkuang University Taiwan
I am an assistant professor in Department of Nursing, Hungkuang University in Taiwan; I teach courses in the area of nursing related such as fundamental nursing , simulation teaching of nursing care and infection control in nursing practice.
Nursing education, Nursing Practice, Student learning and teaching and Infection control.
Dr. Yuh-Kae Shyu School of Nursing Fu Jen Catholic University Taiwan
Dr. Yuh-Kae Shyu obtained her BSN (1998) from Taipei Medical University, MSN (2001) from University of Northern Colorado, USA, and Ph.D. in Nursing (2013) from Taipei Medical University. She had worked as a registered nurse on OBS/GNY ward, received the graduate certificate in Transcultural Nursing in USA, and currently is an assistant professor at the College of Medicine School of Nursing in Fu Jen Catholic University. Her researches now focus on following themes: maternal and newborn nursing, women’s health, and biofeedback.
Maternal and Newborn nursing, Menopause and Biofeedback.
Dr. Anson Tang School of Nursing Tung Wah College Hong Kong
Dr. Anson Tang is currently an Assistant Professor at Tung Wah College of Hong Kong. She has been working in the field for over 10 years and has enormous experience in teaching various nursing programmes in hospitals and tertiary institutions. She is also the programme leader of the baccalaureate nursing programme at the College and has been involving in various programme accreditation exercises. Her recent research interest is nursing education especially on innovative teaching and learning methods.
Nursing Education, Teaching and Learning Pedagogy.
Dr. Huimin Lo Department of Nursing, Catholic St. Mary's Junior College of Medicine, Taiwan
I am a registered nurse by background and have had clinical experience of caring people with nursing education for 30 years. I had PhD degree at the Tzu Chi University in Taiwan , and now have a full range of teaching nursing students and doing research. My research field is in nursing education ?long-term care and alternative treatment . I have presented several seminars and posters to various scientific organizations.
Nursing education, Long-term care and Alternative treatment.
Dr. Florence Wong Department and Health Sciences Tung Wah College Hong Kong
Dr. Florence Wong graduated from the Nethersole School of Nursing and obtained her Registered Nurse License in Hong Kong in 1992. She then worked in the Intensive Care Unit and Coronary Care Unit at the United Christian Hospital before moving to Canada for work and study in 1995. She obtained her Bachelor Degree of Technology in Specialty Nursing at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in Vancouver, Canada in 1999, and Master’s Degree in Nursing (Advanced Nursing) at the University of Hong Kong in 2007. Dr. Wong received her Doctoral Degree (Doctor of Nursing Degree) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2013 and has joined Tung Wah College (TWC) since 2012. Currently, Dr. Wong is the Programme Leader of Higher Diploma in Nursing at TWC. Her research interests include nursing education, health-related quality of life, infection control, family care, acute care, cardiac care, and critical care.
Nursing education, Health-related quality of life, Infection control, Family care, Acute care, Cardiac care and Critical care.
Dr. Youn-gyoung Kwag Department of Nursing Silla University Korea
Dr Youn-gyoung Kwag received Ph.D. in College of Nursing from Yonsei University, Republic of Korea. She worked as a nurse in a Aju University Hospital, Goyang Mental Health Care Center and Severance Day Care Center. Currently, she is an assistant professor of department of nursing, Silla University.
Dr Hsiao-lu Lee, has received his PhD in National Yang Ming University. Currently, she is working as Assistant Professor in Yuhing junior college health care & management. She has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities as ER nurse for three years at Taipei Veterans General Hospital and Deputy Director in Department of Nursing, Yuhing junior college health care & management. She has authored more than 20 research articles/books. She is a member of Kaohsiung Midwives' Association as executive director.
Nursing education, Nursing ethics, Woman Health and Obstetrics.
Dr. Yoshiko Yamaguchi Faculty of Nursing Kwassui Women’s University Japan
Dr. Yoshiko Yamaguchi has received her Ph. D in Kyushu University during the period of 2013-2016. Currently, she is working as research associate in Home Care Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Kwassui Women’s University, Japan. She has successfully completed her responsibilities as a reviewer of International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, Archives of Nursing Practice and Care, Journal of Nursing and Women’s Healthcare, LIFE: International Journal of Health and Life-Sciences and The Open Nursing Journal. She has authored a research articles on International Journal of Nursing Studies in Dec, 2016. She is an editor of International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices. And she is honorary president of the scholarly association IAPHLSR: International Association for Promotion of Healthcare and Life-Science Research. She has been awarded as a best presentation of 7th International Conference on Healthcare, Nursing and Disease Management, 2016, Singapore. (Oral presentation).
Nurses’ intention to leave work, Nurses’ psychological health, Work-family interface and Work-family conflict, Home care nurse.
Dr. Hyeon-Young Kim Department of Nursing Sahmyook University Korea
Dr. Hyeon-Young Kim received an MBA in medical management and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Kyunghee University, South Korea. She worked as a nurse in Samsung Medical Center from 2001 to 2011. Currently she is an assistant professor in the department of Nursing, Sahmyook University and teaching in undergraduate program.
Dr. Suhye Kwon received M.S. degree in nursing from Utrecht University Applied Science in Utrecht, the Netherlands and Ph.D. degree in Nursing from the Kosin University, South Korea. She is currently a professor in College of Nursing, Kosin University, teaching undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Kwon’s publication and research efforts focus on adult health nursing, gerontological nursing, family care, and qualitative research. She is currently a reviewer for the journal of Asian Nursing Research, Korean Gerontological Nursing and more.
Adult Health Nursing, Gerontological Nursing, Quality of Life, Spirituality and Qualitative Research.
Dr. Yu-Ping Lin Department of Nursing Oriental Institute of Technology Taiwan
I am a registered nurse by background and have had clinical experience of caring people with chronic illness for 10 years. I had PhD degree at the York University in the UK, and now have a full range of teaching nursing students and doing research. My research field is in Cognitive behaviour and self-management in chronic illness, lay-led care for heart disease, clinical decision making, and active aging. I have presented several seminars and posters to various scientific organisations, I am also a reviewer for several national and international journals.
Community Health Nursing, Cognitive behavior, Self-management and Chronic illness.
Dr. Jiin Kim Department of Nursing Cheju Halla University Korea
I received M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Nursing from Ewha womans University, Republic of Korea. I worked as a nurse in a Seoul National University Bundang Hospital from 2007 to 2014. Currently I am assistant professor of department of nursing, Cheju Halla University and teaching in undergraduate program.
Jeju Haenyeo(Women divers)’s Health, Qualitative research, Women’s health, Cancer and transplantation Patients, Simulation Education.
Dr. Nurdan Gezer Surgical Nursing Department Adnan Menderes University Turkey
Nurdan GEZER is Assistant Profesor. I am working Nursing Faculty, Surgical Nursing Department in Adnan Menderes University in TURKEY. I worked as a nurse for 10 years in ICU and Surgical department in the Dokuz Eylul University Hospital in ?ZM?R. I have working as a nursing teacher for 20 years. I have giving lesson nursing management and surgical nursing areas for 1999.
Intensive care nursing, Surgical nursing care, Cardiovascular surgery and nursing, Nursing education, Nursing students behaviors, and Patient education.
Ms. Hong-yan Niu Blood Purification Centre First People’s Hospital, Changzhou China
Hong-yan Niu, received a Master's degree in School of Nursing of Henan University, China in 2012. She is a registered nurse and clinical teacher specialized in hemodialysis nursing. Currently, she is working as a supervisor nurse, deputy head nurse of Blood Purification Centre in the First People’s Hospital of Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. She is also a psychological counselor . She is a nurse with a passion for helping people with chronic kidney disease. She has been committed to clinical nursing and psychological care for hemodialysis patients.The Blood Purification Centre in the First People’s Hospital of Changzhou is a Training Center. So she is responsible for training blood purification specialist nurses. She has published more than 10 articles as the first author. She has acquired two research founds.
Hemodialysis nursing, Psychology care and Nursing Education.
Dr. Nai-Huan Hsiung College of Nursing Tzu Chi University of Science and Technology Taiwan
I graduated in nursing from Taipei Medical University and later with a Master in nursing from England and a Master and PhD in nursing studies from The University of Edinburg. Working in critical care of adult, she has a special interest in the pain problems of people with verbal inability. I have a broad range of clinical experience having worked as a Leader Nurse in Care of the Neurosurgical, General medicine and Critical Care before joining the teaching work. In 2007, I qualified as Primary Reviewer in The Joanna Briggs Institute in Austria. I continue my links with clinical practice through my role as an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Tzu Chi University of Science and technology. Current research projects include exploring pain behaviors and depression in adults affected by unconscious and medical treatments.
Dr. Yan Qiaoyuan Department of Nursing Tongji Medical College China
Yan Qiaoyuan,female,PhD,chief superintendent nurse,supervisor of post-graduates and the vice president of School of Nursing in Huazhong University of Science and Technology. She is also a deputy director member of The Cancer Rehabilitation Society of the Chinese Anti-cancer Association,the standing committee member of Nursing Information Professional Committee of China Medical Informatics Association(CMIA),and a member of National Association for the construction of higher medical teaching materials Digital Textbook Review Committee.She has been in charge of reviewing papers for a number of magazines,and also an editorial board member of China Medical Herald and Journal of Nursing Science.Besides,she is a deputy director member of Continuing Education Committee of Nursing Association of Hubei Province, a director of Science and Technology Edit Association of Hubei Province,and a council member of Health Law Research Committee of Hubei Province.During the clinical experience for nearly 20 years.She has published more than 80 articles as the first author or the corresponding author, and has been the chief editor for 11 textbooks/works.
Patient Safety, Tumor Care and Nursing Education.
Dr. Yi-Hsiu Liu Department of Nursing National Tainan Junior College of Nursing Taiwan
Liu, Yi-Hsiu is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at National Tainan Junior College of Nursing Department of Nursing in Taiwan. She obtained her BSN at National Taiwan University (NTU), Master degree in Professional Health Occupations Education at University of Central Oklahoma (UCO), and PhD in Nursing at Washington State University (WSU). She served as an ICU Registered Nurse at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) Hospital, and a nurse instructor at Shu-Zen Vocational High School of Medicine and Management (now as Shu-Zen Junior College of Medicine and Management). She has served as a faculty member at the National Tainan Junior College of Nursing since 1998. In regard to cross-cultural experience, she served as a research assistant and teaching assistant while working on her PhD at the WSU College of Nursing. Her research focuses on the bereavement experience and the health-related quality of life of older widowers in Taiwan.
Bereavement, Health-related quality of life, Older Adults, Relational Health and Substance Use.
Dr. Chieh-Chun Kao Department of Nursing, Ching Kuo Institute of Management and Health Taiwan
Chieh-Chun Kao received Ph.D. degree in nursing from the National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan. She has been a member of Taiwan Nurse Association and worked as a nurse at oncologist ward in Hospital. Currently she is an assistant professor in the Ching Kuo Institute of Management and Health and teaching advanced adult nursing and comprehensive health assessment. Dr. Kao’s research areas of interest are medical-surgical nursing, non-pharmacological interventions in dementia, cognitive therapy and memory training, nursing education, complementary and alternative care and quantitative nursing research. Her publication and research efforts focus on chronic illness nursing, gerontological nursing, nursing education, and formal caregiver burden relief.
Chronic illness nursing, Gerontological nursing, Dementia care and Cognitive training design
Dr. Jiyoung Kim Department of Nursing Dongeui University Korea
Dr. Jiyoung Kim received M.S. degrees and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Ewha woman's university, South Korea and is currently an assistant professor in the department of nursing, Dongeui University and teaches in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Dr. Jiyoung Kim's publication and research efforts focus on cardiovascular disease, simulation education, gerontological nursing, and women's health.
Dr. Jiyoung Kim is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Korean society of nursing science. Dr. Jiyoung Kim is a reviewer for several journals.
Cardiovascular Disease, Simulation Education, Gerontological Nursing, and Women's Health
Dr. Do-young Lee Department of Nursing Ansan University Taiwan
Do-Young Lee received a Ph.D. in Department of Nursing from Graduate School of Ajou University, Korea, in 2015.She has worked as an oncologist and an emergency room nurse, and is currently an assistant professor of nursing at Ansan University. She is the member of American Heart Association, Korea Health Personnel Licensing Examination Institute and Journal of the Korea Convergence Society. Her research areas of interest are Well-being, Nursing, Nursing Education, Stress, and Laughter Therapy.
Well-being, Nursing, Nursing Education, Stress, and Laughter Therapy
Dr. Shou-Yu Wang Department of Nursing Hungkuang University Taiwan
Dr. Shou Yu (Cindy) Wang is from Taiwan. She is interested in supportive care (especially in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use) palliative care in cancer and AIDS care related research. Now, she is an assistant professor at Department of Nursing HungKuang University in Taiwan.
Cancer nursing, Palliative care, Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), AIDS care, Qualitative research, Grounded theory
Dr. Young Sun Kim school of nursing Catholic University of Pusan Korea
Dr. Soonyang Jang has completed her M.S. degrees and Ph.D. form Keimyung University, South Korea. Her doctoral dissertation was conducted on development and evaluation of sexual health improvement program for women with gynecologic cancer. She worked as a clinical nurse in Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center, South Korea. She has been a member of Korean Society of Women Health Nursing. She is Assistant Professor from Daegu University Department of Nursing. She is teaching maternal nursing and women’s health. She has published several papers in a reputable journal.
Women’s health, Nursing education, Gynecologic cancer
Dr. Sehoon Hong school of nursing CHA University Korea
Dr. of Nursing Sehoon Hong received M.S. degrees and Ph.D. in Nursing. She is currently a professor in the College, CHA University and teaches in undergraduate and graduate programs. Dr. Hong’s publication and research efforts focus on maternity & women's health care, health promotion for women, breast cancer survivorship, women’s health at midlife, elderly women's health & care and nursing education research. She has been a board member of Korean Society of Women Health Nursing and Korean Society of Nursing Science.
Maternity & women's health care, Health promotion for women, Breast cancer survivorship, Women’s health at midlife, Elderly women's health & care, Nursing education
Dr. Young Mi Ryu school of nursing Seoul National University Korea
Dr. Young Mi Ryu graduated from Seoul National University in 1996 and worked as a nurse at neuroscience unit in Seoul National University Hospital. After 4 years of clinical experience, she moved into USA and brought up her kids. In 2006, she started her master program at school of nursing in University of Massachusetts at Amherst. The program she enrolled was Clinical Nurse Leader, which was very new and pioneering in the field. She successfully finished her master’s degree there and continued her study at Seoul National University in Korea and pursued her PhD degree in 2015. Currently she is at Baekseok university in Korea. She is teaching psychiatric mental health nursing, psychiatric mental health nursing practicum, pathology and physiology.
Dr Junko Masuya is Assistant Professor in Faculty of Health Sciences Tokyo Metropolitan university, Department of Nursing,in Japan. Her education and research focuses on dementia nursing on gerontological nursing.
She got a BA in Tokyo University of Agriculture, and a MA and PhD degree of nursing in Keio University.
??Her PhD study focused on development and effects of horticultural activities program for the elderly people with dementia. Masuya, PhD, has expertise in horticulture, agriculture, and dementia care.
Currently, she is studying the possibility of horticultural activities as dementia prevention.
Dr. Mi-Kyeong Jeon received M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Nursing from the Seoul National University, South Korea. From 2002 to 2016, She worked as a clinical nurse in Asan Medical Center, South Korea. During this clinical career, she worked as a ICU nurse(for 7 years), transplant-coordinator(for 7 years). She is an advanced nurse practitioner and certified tissue bank specialist of Association of American tissue bank. Since 2016, She has been assistant professor in nursing department of Eulji University, South Korea. Her major research interests are self-management of chronic disease, pain control, organ transplantation and donation.
self-management of chronic disease, pain control, organ transplantation /donation, Qualitative research, Structural equation model
Dr. Miwa YAMAMOTO School of Nursing School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University Japan
Dr. Miwa YAMAMOTO, Ph. Doctor of Nursing, now is a Professor of Department of Ault & Elderly Nursing, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University. She got her Master of Nursing at Graduate School of Nursing, Osaka Prefecture University, Doctor's degree (Ph.D.) at Osaka University graduate school of Medicine
Improvement of the dementia care education for nurse and care staff in a facility
Dr. Bilge BAL School of Nursing Sinop University, School of Health, Nursing Department,Turky Turkey
Bilge Bal Özkaptan obtained her PhD degree from Institute of Health Science on Internal Medicine Nursing of Hacettepe University in 2013. She worked at Gulhane Military Medical Academy Hospital as a nurse between 2001 and 2010. She is assistant professor at Sinop University School of Health, Nursing Department now. Also she is head of the Department of Nursing. She is the Turkish Nurses Association, Turkish Diabetes Nursing Association, Turkish Geriatric Nursing Association and Turkish Nursing Education Associations member.
Geriatric Nursing, Gerontology, Home Care, Complementary and Alternative Therapies, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Dr. Youngmi Ahn School of Nursing Baekseok University. Korea
Ph.D., Nursing, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea
Dissertation: “A narrative inquiry into two elderly men’s search for meaning of life
and death” (2008. 08)
Master of Nursing, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea
Thesis: “A study on the relationship among meaning of life, self-esteem and mental
health of the elderly” (2003. 02)
PMHN. Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Korea.
Trained at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea (2000. 04)
1- Purpose in life (Meaning of Life),
2-Attitude toward death,
3- End- of-life,
4- Well dying,
5- Elderly Mental Health
6- Qualitive Research (Narrative Inquiry),
Dr. KyoungJa Kim School of Nursing Hanam University Korea
Dr. KyoungJa Kim graduated from Yonsei University, and get her M. S. degree and Ph. D. in Nursing from same University, Seoul, South Korea. From 1999 to 2014, She worked as a clinical nurse in a tertiary university hospital. During this clinical career, she worked as a bone marrow transplantation ward nurse(for 6 years), and nurse educator for new graduated nurses and experienced nurses(for 9 years). Since 2014, She has been assistant professor in nursing department of Hanam University, South Korea. Her major research interests are nursing management, especially patient safety and quality improvement, and nursing informatics.
Dr. Chia-Chun Tsai, PhD, RN is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing, Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan, and was vice director of Department of Nursing from 2010-2012. Having worked and taught in pediatric nursing for over 15 years.
Her research interests include interaction of social, psychological, and physiological factors in health, epidemiology of stress related diseases, stress reduction, child and adolescent health, child development, and complementary and alternative therapy. Her study is related to pediatric population in hospitalization, and their families, as well as applying animal-assistant therapy to reduce stress in children, college students, elderly, and patients. She trained a therapeutic dog successfully to use in her studies that received a grant from National Science Council of Executive Yuan. Her doctoral dissertation focused on animal-assisted therapy on stress responses in hospitalized children.
Dr. Chia-Chun Tsai obtained her ASN diploma from junior college in Taiwan. She went on to obtain her BSN from University of Dubuque, and MSN and PhD from the University of Maryland Baltimore.
Her research interests include interaction of social, psychological, and physiological factors in health, epidemiology of stress related diseases, stress reduction, child and adolescent health, child development, and complementary and alternative therapy.
Dr. Aileen W.K. CHAN School of Nursing The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong
Dr. Aileen Chan has been serving at the Nethersole School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) since 1997. During the years she has taken a variety of teaching and administrative roles including Instructor, Lecturer, Professional Consultant, Clinical Practice Coordinator, Assistant Programme Coordinator and Chief Year Coordinator. Currently, Dr. Chan is an Assistant Professor of the School.
Dr. Chan received her Ph.D. in Social Medicine from CUHK. Her research interest focuses on using Tai chi and Qigong as an intervention to improve physiological, psychosocial and functional health of patients with chronic illnesses. She has conducted studies on using Tai chi and Qigong on people with chronic illnesses, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cognitive impairment and sleep disturbances. Her current studies include extending the use of Tai chi and Qigong on people with cardiovascular risk factors and on older adults.
Tai chi Qigong, chronic care.
Dr. Oscar Maramag Turringan School of Nursing University of Nizwa Oman
Dr. Turingan has been in nursing education doing both teaching and administrative tasks for more than 30 years. He has taught at the bachelors, masters and doctoral levels of nursing education and has supervised nursing students in their theses and dissertations. He earned his B.S. Nursing and Master of Arts in Nursing major in nursing administration from St. Paul University Philippines and his PhD in Education and Organizational Leadership from the University of the Incarnate Word, Texas, USA. Dr. Turingan is currently working as a full time associate professor and as Associate Dean of the School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and Nursing, University of Nizwa in the Sultanate of Oman. He has also served as a member of journal editorial boards.
Nursing Administration, Nursing Leadership, Organizational Health, Nursing Education, Health Promoting Behaviors, Workplace and Patient Safety.
Dr. Jin A Mo Department of New Health Technology Assessment National Health National Evidence-based Healthcare Collaborating Agency Korea
Dr. Mo received her PhD degree from Inha University (2017), Korea. She has extensive knowledge of acute care nursing, as she has been a manager of two medicine inpatient wards, and has worked as a registered nurse on both a coronary care unit, and an operating room. She is currently working in National Health National Evidence-based Healthcare Collaborating Agency, as an independent research institution for health technology assessment. Dr. Mo has published over 50 articles, 30 edited books, and presented many research at National and International Conferences. She conducts research and writes about evidence-based research(medicine, nursing, health) and cognitive health care.
Evidence-based research (medicine, nursing, health) and Cognitive health care.
Dr. Shu-Wen Chen Department of Nursing Chang Gung University of Science and Technology Taiwan
Dr. Shu-Wen Chen has received her PhD in Deakin University during the period of 2010-2015. Currently, she is working as Senior Lecturer in Chang Gung University of Science and Technology. She has successfully completed her administrative responsibilities as teaching assistant in the obstetric ward and G-I ward of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. She was also a Clinic Nurse in infection ward of Taipei Veterans General Hospital. She has authored more than 15 research articles/books.
Obstetric Nursing and Midwifery
Dr. Tulay Sagkal Midilli Faculty of Health Sciences Manisa Celal Bayar University Turkey
Dr. Tulay Sagkal Midilli has received her PhD in Ege University during the period of 2008-2012. Currently, she is working as Assistant Professor in Manisa Celal Bayar University, Turkey. She has authored more than 20 research articles.
Dr. Thurayya Eid Mental and Psychiatric Health Department King Saud University Saudi Arabia
Dr Thurayya is an assistant Professor of medical-surgical nursing and the Vice Chairman of Community and Mental and Psychiatric Health department at King Saud University, Riyadh. She is a former assistant professor of medical-surgical nursing at the faculty of nursing; and the director of research unit at nursing department, university hospital at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah. She completed her PhD, titled ‘nurses’ clinical decision-making of post-operative pain assessment and management in Saudi Arabia” at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her clinical experiences are in neuroscience nursing, medical-surgical nursing and emergency nursing. Her research interests are in pain management, neuroscience nursing, clinical decision-making, interruption of clinical practice and simulation in nursing education. Has published in ISI journals about her work in pain management. She has successfully organized nursing research symposium in 2016, and has been invited speaker and moderator in a number of conferences nationally and internationally. Has received a number of awards for postgraduate studies and research.
Pain management, Clinical decision-making, Interruptions and Simulation.
Dr. Phyllis Young School of Nursing Tung Wah College Hong Kong
Dr. Phyllis Young joined Tung Wah College as an Assistant Professor November 2016. She earned her PhD in rheumatic patient resilience and MPhil in nursing informatics from the University of Hong Kong. Starting her teaching career in the late 1990s, Dr Young served as a faculty member in local university. She has extensive teaching experience in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Dr Young’s research focuses on factors associated with adjustment and resilience processes in chronic illnesses, Internet addiction and psychological health, and cervical cancer prevention. She is a registered nurse in both Hong Kong and Australia.
Resilience for Chronic Illness, Psychological Health and Internet Addiction.
Dr. Irene M. Roco Medical Surgical Department, College of Nursing King Saud University Saudi Arabia
Dr. Irene Roco, is a Registered Nurse form the Philippines, and a holder of Doctor of Philosophy Major in Educational Management. She has held academic and administrative positions in various educational institutions in the Philippines. As a Student Leader Adviser, she has fashioned responsible student leaders in the College of Nursing. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor from King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As a Faculty from the College of Nursing particularly in the Medical Surgical department, Concepts related to Oncology and Surgery as well as Student Competences ignite her research interests.
Oncology, Surgery, Student Competences and Student Leaders.
Dr. Dilek Avci Faculty of Health Sciences, Psychiatric Nursing Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University Turkey
Dilek Avci, I received the B.Sc. degree in Nursing from the University of Cumhuriyet, Sivas, Turkey, in 2001, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Psychiatric Nursing from Cumhuriyet University, Sivas, Turkey, in 2004 and 2012, respectively. I am currently assistant professor of Psychiatric Nursing at Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Turkey. My main focus of research is on consultation and liaison psychiatry, child and adolescent mental health, community mental health, mental disorders. My expertise area has been on anger and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Consultation and liaison psychiatry, Child and adolescent mental health, Community mental health, Anger and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Dr. Wegdan Bani-issa College of health sciences, Department of Nursing University of Sharjah United Arab Emirates
Dr. Wegdan Bani issa is an assistant professor at university of Sharjah, college of health sciences, nursing department/UAE. She finished her masters in nursing science from University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada and her PhD from the University of Kansas Medical Center, USA. She is specialized in diabetes care and management and nursing education. Dr. Bani issa has several publications in her specialty in the area of diabetes care and women health.
Nursing education, Electronic health records, Diabetes and Women health.
Dr. Hoda Nafee Department of Nursing Education University of Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal Saudi Arabia
Dr. Hoda Nafee is an Assistant Professor of pediatric Nursing at University of Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal at Kingdom of Saudi Arabia(KSA) and lecturer in Mansoura University at Arab republic of Egypt .she teaches under and post graduates programs in both countries and prefer working in clinical filed with patient in addition to her works as a teacher across multiple tracks in different nursing specialties .She holds Master and PhD in pediatric nursing specially in neonatal nursing and works as trainer in Egyptian ministry of health in partnership with the World Health Organization in an integrated management of childhood illness program .She works as a Member in a Board of directors of Nour AL-Hoda charitable Society , Ministry of Social Solidarity , Egypt. In addition to her supervision of the master thesis in KSA and Egypt and publishing of many researches at national and international level.
Breastfeeding, Neonatal nursing, Child psychology, Health education /counseling and Infection control.
Dr. Ana Tikvica Luetic Department of Nursing Catholic University of Croatia Croatia
Dr. Ana Tikvica Luetic is currently an Assistant Professor in Department of Nursing at the Catholic University of Croatia. She received her PhD from the University of Zagreb, Medical School. She is also a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Clinical Hospital “Sveti Duh” since 2007. She has authored more than 40 scientific papers, book chapters, posters and abstracts at several scientific meetings in Croatia and worldwide. Her research of interests includes ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, maternal complications and perinatal morbidity and mortality.
Ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology, Reproductive endocrinology and infertility, Perineal lacerations, OASIS, Thyroid problems in pregnancy and Natural family planning.
Dr. Tugba Yardimci Internal Medicine Nursing Department,School of Health Sinop University Turkey
Dr. Tugba YARDIMCI has received her PhD degree in Internal Medicine Nursing from Dokuz Eylul University, in 2015. She is a well-experienced researcher in the fields of internal medicine nursing with several years’ experience working as an RN nurse at the hospitals and research assistant at the universities. Currently, she is working as an Assistant Professor at Sinop University and she is the Assistant Director of the Sinop University School of Health. She is the member of Turkish Nurses Association, Oncology Nursing Association, Acute Cardiovascular Care Association and Turkish Association of Cardiology.
I am an assistant professor of mental health nursing, and teaching undergraduate and post graduate students. In addition, I supervise Msc thesis defended by my master students. My research interest in most focused on the future of mental health nursing in the Arab countries. The most recent thesis defended by one of students was titled the future of mental health nursing education and practice in Saudi Arabia by the year 2025.
Mental Health Nursing.
Dr. James Malce Alo College of Nursing, Community and Mental Health Nursing Department Imam AbdulRahman Bin Faisal University Saudi Arabia
Dr. James Malce Alo, was an accomplished Nursing Educator and Researcher, Training and Development Specialist, have expertise in Industrial and Organizational behavior, medical and training professional with vast experiences and achievements, he is capable of delivering high levels of improvement to any organization he is a part of. Respected by his peers and students alike he is a model of dedication in service and learning, with a remarkable ability to develop quality professional and trusting relationships at all levels. He is an expert in the learning sciences and the area of specialization revolve around quality assurance processes, course validation, advanced and innovative approaches to course and curriculum design. As an effective educator, communicator, trainer, researcher and educational administrator with a proven track record Dr. Alo creates value and difference for both client and establishment.
Nursing Educator, Mental health care specialist (psychiatric nursing), nursing education, Medical surgical nursing, Pharmacology and Fundamentals of nursing.
Dr. Maha Mohammed Al-Madani Department of Nursing Education Imam Abdul rahman bin Faisal University Saudi Arabia
Dr Maha Mohammed Al-Madani has received her PhD in University of Surrey, 2011. Currently, she is working as Assistant professor in Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University. She has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities as Lecturer in Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University and Infection control nurse in King Fahd Hospital and Vice Dean of Quality & Development at College of Nursing, IAU. She has authored more than 20 research articles. She is a member of Permanent Committee for Ethics of Research on living creatures, Quality and development committee at the IAU level, Departmental council committee in the College of Nursing, Task Force Academic Development and leadership management (ADL) Committee at College of Nursing and Risk management committee at College of Nursing.
Breastfeeding, Qualitative research and Higher education studies.
Dr. Suja Karkada College of Nursing Sultan Qaboos University Oman
Dr Suja Karkada received her PhD in 2010. Currently, she is working as Assistant Professor & HOD in Department of Fundamentals and Administration, College of Nursing, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman. She has successfully completed her Administrative responsibilities as Assistant Professor at College of nursing, Ras Al Khaima medical and health sceinces university, Ras Al Khaima, UAE and Professor & HOD in Community helath nursing Department, Manipal college of Nursing Manipal. She has conducted 10 research studies and guided 35 post graduate (MSc & MPhil) students and evaluated 8 PhD thesis international examiners. She has published 27 research studies and 4 review articles in various indexed journals. She has presented many scientific papers in 8 international conferences and chaired many scientific sessions and presented in several conferences as a resource person. She is a member of Common wealth Association for Mentally Handicapped and Development Disabilities (CAMHADD), Karnataka Association for Community Health (KACH), National Research Society of India, New Delhi, Alumni Association of College of Nursing, Manipal and Trained Nurses’ Association of India, New Delhi, India.
Kerime Bademli is a PhD, MS is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing in the Faculty of Nursing at Akdeniz University in Turkey. Having completed a Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing at Akdeniz University in Turkey. She has completed her PhD at the age of 33 years from Dokuz Eylül University. Her research has been focusing on schizophrenia, schizophrenia family, caregiver, psychological stress and coping. She is an experienced nurse academic who has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has supervised/co-supervised students undertaking master's degrees. From 2002, she worked at the Akdeniz University Faculty of Nursing. She is serving as an editorial board member of three journals of health sciences.
Schizophrenia, Schizophrenia Family, Caregiver, Psychological Stress and Coping.
Dr. Aysegul Savasan Psychiatric Nursing Care Izmir Katip Çelebi University of Education and Research Hospital Turkey
Dr. Aysegul Savasan has received her doctor of philosophy degree in the field of psychiatric nursing from Ege Universty in Turkey during the period of 2010-2015. She served as a director of nursing in Psychiatric and Alcohol and Substance Addiction Treatment Services at Izmir Katip Çelebi University Atatürk Education and Research Hospital. She spends a significant amount of her time working to improve the psychiatric nursing care in psychiatric settings. Her research interests are alcohol and substance dependency, therapeutic milieu, cognitive and behavioural therapy. She is a cognitive and behaviour therapist and has the Accreditation Certificate from European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies.
Alcohol and Substance Dependency, Therapeutic milieu, Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy, Nursing Education and The Tidal Model.
Dr. Judie Arulappan College of Nursing Sultan Qaboos University Oman
Dr. Judie Arulappan is a highly competent, motivated and enthusiastic person with academic and administrative experience. Her expertise includes Research, Curriculum development, Leadership, Innovation, Academic writing, Team dynamics and mentoring. Her areas of interest in research are Adolescent health, Yoga, Psychosocial well- being, Health related quality of life, Epilepsy management, Life skill management, Organ donation and Nutrition in wellness and illness. She is the recipient of many awards including Best Teacher award and Best Women leader award. She is the adaptation editor for “Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing” – First and Second south Asian edition, 2015 & 2017. She is the reviewer of many International journals, published articles in International journals, and presented research papers in International conferences. She has published many articles in Scopus indexed journals.
Child health Nursing
Dr. Wieslaw Fidecki School of Nursing Medical University of Lublin Poland
Wieslaw Fidecki is an academic lecturer in the Chair of Development in Nursing at the Medical University of Lublin.
The Master in Nursing Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences at the Medical University of Lublin (2001).
He is presently a PhD in medical sciences granted by the Department of Nursing and Health Sciences of Medical University of Lublin (2008).
He finished postgraduate studies “Medical Law, Bioethics and Sociology of Medicine” at the University of Warsaw and he finished postgraduate studies “Geriatrics and long-term care” at the Jagiellonian University in Crakow.
He is a Member of the Polish Nurses’ Association and a Member of the Polish Gerontology Society.
He is geriatric male nurse specialist and health promotion and health education specialist.
He has been the author and co-author of over 170 articles and several chapters in nursing care textbooks.
the system for training nurses and midwives, geriatric nursing, gerontology, medical didactics, health promotion and health education, quality of life.
Dr. Hui-Chi Li School of Nursing I-Shou University Taiwan
I have more than ten years working experience in clinical nurse and clinical teacher. I am also a nursing PhD student in Kaohsiung Medical University college, Taiwan. As a lecturer, I teach and lead students to take care of patients in hospitals and community centres, and cultivate students’ professionalism and caring mindset. Moreover, I make every effort to develop students’ critical thinking and team spirit. As a researcher, I am devoted to integrating nursing clinical practices and research. I have completed research projects on the following issues: (i) improving nursing students stress,(ii) improving older people cognitive function, urinary function in prostate cancer patients, and (iii) exploring skill mix in nursing shortage. I am also the reviewer of Kidney Nursing .
(i) improving nursing students stress,(ii) improving older people cognitive function, urinary function in prostate cancer patients, and (iii) exploring skill mix in nursing shortage. I am also the reviewer of Kidney Nursing
Dr. Tomoko Ito School of Nursing of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences, Tsukuba International University,Japan. Japan
Achieved BSN in University of Tsukuba and started work on health services research in graduate school at the same campus. Concurrently started working as a clinical nurse because of my interesting in both of visiting nursing and health service system in community when a nursing student. After training at ICU and ER, engaged in elderly facility care and visiting nursing. Toward well-matched services for community elderly lives by health services research, implementing several statistical analyze with big data based on epidemiological methods. Now, teaching for “nursing at home” (Zaitaku-kango) in Tsukuba International University in Ibaraki, Japan as a lecturer and pioneering health services research using national claim data of Long-Term Care Insurance in Japan.
Long-term care, visiting nursing, elderly care, home care
Dr. Miyuki KOMACHI School of Nursing Graduate School of Health and Welfare Sciences International University of Health and Welfare Japan Japan
She received her PhD from the University of Tokyo in 2013. She is currently a lecturer at the Graduate School of Health and Welfare Sciences, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan. Her research interest includes post-traumatic stress symptoms among nurses working in hospitals and families of patient admitted to a hospital. She has published 3 papers in reputed journals. She currently focuses on development of support for families of patient admitted to the intensive care unit and trains registered nurse to become a nurse practitioner.
Intensive care unit; family; support development; posttraumatic stress; nurse practitioner; recurrent cancer
Mr. Sadami Momiyama Department of Nursing Iwaki Meisei University Japan
After gaining experience as a general Emergency/Intensive Care Nurse, Sadami Momiyama completed the Master’s course at Graduate School of Nursing, Jichi Medical University in Japan. After that, he has been wearing as two hats. While working as Certified Nurse Specialist in Critical Care Nursing (CNS), he teaches Adult nursing energetically in university.
His main research field is Clinical nursing science, Nursing support for patients' family members concerning surrogate decision-making.
Emergency nursing, Intensive care nursing, Preoperative nursing, Disaster nursing, Surrogate decision making and Family nursing.
Dr. Miho SATOH School of Nursing Tokyo Healthcare University Japan
I am a lecturer of Tokyo Healthcare University. I got my master’s degree and PhD in Health Sciences at Tokyo
University. I acquired a nursing certificate and a public health nursing certificate at a university. However, before a
nursing university, I studied political sciences another 4 years at a university. I now engage in the research about
Career development, Occupational commitment, Nursing turnover, Work related stress, and Stress coping skills.
Dr. Chikako NAGAHORI School of Nursing Okinawa Prefectural College of Nursing, Japan Japan
Ph.D., Registered Nurses, Midwives, Public Health Nurses Lecturer of Okinawa Prefectural College of Nursing, Japan. She received Ph.D. degree from Graduate School of Health Sciences, Hokkaido University. She has experienceofoverseas cooperation inAfrica for 12 years. She has been conducted fieldwork in Africa asthestudy site Benin and Cameroon.Sheis doingresearch onchild malnutritionand Complementary feeding
Children; Complementary feeding; Malnutrition
Dr. Eman Saleh Mohamed Shahin Department of Medical Surgical Nursing Port Said University Egypt
Dr. Eman Saleh Mohamed Shahin, received her PhD Degree in Center for Humanities and Health Sciences, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 2008 and Post doctor scholarship in Institute of Nursing science, Medical, University of Graz/Austria from 2012 to 2013. Currently, she is an Associate professor in Department of Medical Surgical Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Suez Canal University/Port Said, Egypt. She was also Vice Dean of Environmental Affairs and Community Service in Port Said University, Egypt until July 2016. Dr. Eman is a reviewer of many scientific international Journals like European journal of clinical nutrition, Universal journal of medicine and dentistry, Universal Journal of Education and General Studies and Journal of clinical nursing.
Dr. Eun Kyung Kim Department of Nursing Suwon Science College Korea
I am Dr. Eun Kyung Kim, associate professor of department of Nursing, Suwon Science College. My major is adult health nursing. I received M.S degree and Ph.D in Nursing from Seoul National University, South Korea. I am interested in secondhand smoking, quality of life and nursing education.
Secondhand smoking, Quality of life and Nursing education.
Dr. Ibtisam Al-Zaru Adult Health Nursing Department Jordan University of Science and Technology Jordan
I earned a bachelor degree in nursing from the university of Jordan and join the faculty of nursing at Jordan University of Science & Technology (JUST) as a teaching assistant. In 1990, I earned a scholarship to obtain my master degree in nursing, from University of Pennsylvania/USA. Major Area: Adult Health and Illness, Minor Area: Advanced Practice Specialist – Clinical Nurse Specialist/ Cardiopulmonary track and join JUST as a lecturer. In 2001 I earned my Doctorate in nursing science from University of Ulster: faculty of life and health sciences /UK. In 2011 I was promoted to an associate professor in nursing. I have an extensive teaching and administrative experiences at both graduate and undergraduate levels. I have been an academic advisor for many Master's and PhD theses, all of them successfully defended.
Cardiovascular Nursing, Open Heart Surgery Management, Cardiac Rehabilitation, CVD and depression, Critical care issues, Patient education, Infection Control & Quality Management.
Dr. Manal Kassab Faculty of Nursing Jordan University of Science and Technology Jordan
Dr. Manal Kassab has completed her PhD from School of Nursing and Midwifery, at University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), NSW, Australia. She also worked as adjunct research fellow in Nursing and Midwifery Research centre at UTS, Australia. Currently, Dr. Kassab working as an Associate Professor, Department of Maternal Child Health, Faculty of Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Jordan. Dr. Kassab developed education package to improving infant pain management care practice in Jordan and reduce risk of unexpected alteration in the growth and development of infant, this project was the leading step in Jordan addressing young children pain management practices. She has published number of papers in reputed journals and presented in many international conferences in regard developing infant care practices. Dr. Kassab run number of voluntary activities and charities in Jordan helps improve infant care practice and enhance health care awareness. Main area of interest is about mother and infant health care, quality assurance at children clinical settings, breastfeeding enhancement, and health promotion among children.
Mother and infant health care, Quality assurance at children clinical settings, Breastfeeding enhancement and Health promotion among children.
Dr. Nahla M. Al Ali Department of Community and Mental Health Jordan University of Science & Technology Jordan
Dr. Nahla Al Ali is associate professor of community health nursing at Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan. She received her BS in Nursing and her MSN in Community Health Nursing from Jordan University of Science and Technology. Her PhD issued from Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, UK. Nahla is currently teaching advanced community courses for graduate students in the Faculty of Nursing at Jordan University of Science and Technology. She is a head of a committee of the community health licensure exam, Jordanian Nursing Council. She is certified as A HOME CARE NURSE from Case Western Reserve University/ Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing/Ohio /USA, certified VALIDATION WORKER (Level 1) from The Validation Training Institute/USA, and CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL TRAINER (TTT) from Lead Academy and Jordan University of Science and Technology. Her research interests are health promotion and disease prevention, NCDs, school health issues, and adolescent’s health
Health Promotion, Adolescents Health, Promotion and Prevention of NCDs and Domestic Violence.
Dr. Issa M. Hweidi Adult Health Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology Jordan
Issa M. Hweidi is a doctoral degree holder, has rich experience as a clinical nurse educator in the field of Medical-Surgical Nursing. Dr. Hweidi is an academician in the field of Adult Health Nursing teaching both theory and clinical (undergraduate & graduate) courses, actively participating in professional activities, published 12 research studies in referred, indexed, and international journals, involving in various leadership and managerial tasks in nursing profession. Currently, Dr. Hweidi is a tenured associate professor of adult health nursing at Jordan University of Science and Technology.
Adult Health Nursing
Dr. Sibin Joy Vayalil school of nursing Lourdes College of Nursing India
No. Institution Degree Period
1. Indian Nursing Council Consortium with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science PhD (N) 2011-2015
2. Manipal University MPhil (N) 2008-2010
3. Dr.MGR Medical University MSC(N)
Specialty : Community Health Nursing 2001-2003
4. Dr.MGR Medical University BSC (N) 1999-2001
5. Kerala nursing council Diploma nursing 1993-1997
Dr. DEEPIKA C. KHAKHA College of Nursing All India Institute of Medical Sciences India
Is PhD in Nursing from IGNOU. Master’s in Nursing in Psychiatric Nursing from R.A.K College of Nursing, Delhi University .Currently persuing PhD from IGNOU.
Acquired MA (Psychology) in1991 from Annamalai University. Dr.Deepika Cecil Khakha has 28 years of experience at A.I.I.M.S in Clinical care, Counselling and teaching pre-service nursing students, post graduate nurses and research projects.
Awarded two International Fellowships i.e,. Fogarty Fellowship at New York University, USA in 2002 and Advanced AITRP Fellowship at University of California Los Angeles, USA in 2007.Awarded best poster at Oxford Iniversity ,UK in March’13.
She has been recipient of two Awards AIIMSonian of America Award for Best Nurse for the year 1999 and Best Nurse Research Award for the Year 2006. Contributed as a Advisor to WHO for drafting of 3 months Curriculum of “TOT for Nurses in HIV Care” at Bangkok ,Thailand .
Has been Inspector for Indian Nursing Council, Delhi Nursing council and Counselling Supervisor for the District of Delhi of GFATM project , Delhi University
Was in the Expert Panel of the Clinton Foundation and Indian Nursing Council for “HIV/AIDS Initiative for Nurses”.
Has contributed in 48 National and International Conferences /Workshops/ Updates and Training in the area of Nursing , Research, HIV/AIDS , Psychiatry & Mental Health . Participated in one International Research project of ICHORTA with UCLA School of Nursing, USA and two National Research projects. She has several publication to her credit. in National and International Journals Has written several chapters in ICU Manual and Facilitators Guide for ART training of nurses, diploma courses of IGNOU
Was a Co-organizer in three International and several National Conferences and also organized 10 specialized Nursing Updates. Holding memberships of six professional bodies. She is the Secretary (North Zone) of Nursing Research Society of India. Has been examiner for 9 universities. Has been guide of 30 post graduate students.
Mental Health, Psychological well being ,caregiver burden,psychoeducation.
Dr. Vasantha Kalyani College of Nursing AIIMS India
• Total years of teaching experience-15 years
• Experience as HOD,Medical –Surgical Nursing
• Principal college of Nursing
In the field of Nursing education and services improved and to be improved due to active participation and implementation of the evidence based practice findings. I interst to improve nursing overall by doing research in various fields of Nursing care as Medical ,Surgical ,Pediatrics ,OBG, Mental Health ,Education and Management.
Mr. Abin Varghese College of Nursing Bhopal Nursing College India
Mr. Abin Varghese earned his bachelor degree in 2008,masters in psychiatric nursing in 2012 from the prestigious institute AIIMS, New Delhi. He completed his internship as an RN/RM from Ananthapuri Hospitals and Research Institute ,Trivandrum, Kerala. His areas of research focus are mainly on aggression,violence,infection control and other mental health aspects. He joined the department of Psychiatry AIIMS in 2012 as an RN/RM to get more clinical orientation in the areas of mental health. He joined as a faculty in the school of nursing of BMHRC under Govt.of India to get focused with academics and research and still is continuing in the post. He is working as a scientific committee member and reviewer for various national and international journals. His current areas of work include projects dealing with infection control, student psychology ,curriculum review, participating in the WHO ICD 11 review ,collaborating in Cochrane systematic reviews and drafting chapters for nursing research and mental health nursing.
Mentall illness, substance abuse, psychiatric nursing,elderly care, violence, aggressive behavior,
Mr. Ben Nielsen Department of Nursing, Metropolitan University College Denmark
Ben Nielsen has been involved in teaching, guidance and examinations at nursing education for more than 10 years. Currently, he is an Senior Lecturer in Department of Nursing at
Metropol University of Applied Sciences, Denmark. In addition, he has participated in research courses at the University of Copenhagen and has written two international peer reviewed articles, academic articles and a number of chapters in the basic books for Nursing Education.
Dr. I-Ju Pan Department of Nursing I-Shou University Taiwan
Dr I-Ju Pan is Assistant Professor in Faculty of Medicine I-Shou University, Department of Nursing, in Taiwan. She have been a nursing teacher in I-Shou University about 18 years. Her education and research focuses on nursing education and on gerontological nursing. She got a BSN in Newcastle University and a MA in Sydney University and PhD degree of nursing in Queensland University of Technology. Her PhD study focused on experiential leaning on nursing students in gerontological nursing. Currently, she engage in the research about improving students’ learning outcomes.
Gerontological Nursing, Nursing Education and Women’s Health