Programs

Time

Theme: Innovations in critically ill and trauma patient care

8am to 8:30am

Registration

8:30am to 8:40am

Welcome Remarks:

Asmaa Mosa, DON, Trauma Service, HMC

Andrew James Frazer, EDON, Administrative Service

8:40am to 8:55am

Keynote Speaker:

Nursing Now campaign, Dr. Nicola Ryley, Chief Nursing O­cer, HMC

8:55am to 9:10am

Keynote Speaker:

Introduction to HMC trauma nursing structure and shared governance, Ms. Asmaa Mosa, DON, Trauma service, HMC

9:10am to 9:25am

Keynote Speaker:

Trauma nursing updates. Mr. Rob Way, Consultant Nurse, Emergency Department Oxford University Hospitals NHS

Foundation Trust/UK

9:25am to 9:40am

Keynote Speaker:

Innovation in nursing education through simulation

Dr. Kimberly Louise, Executive Director of Clinical and Service Development, head of Qatar simulation center, Qatar

9:40am to 10am

Breakfast Break

10am to 10:15am

Keynote Speaker:

How to be an academic health care system- Nursing Perspective. Mr. Daniel Kelly, AEDON, education and research, HMC

10:15am to 10:30am

Keynote Speaker:

Nurse Practitioner Job Content and Roles.

Ms. Heather Perry, Clinical nurse specialist, St Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, Canada.

10:30am to 10:45am

Keynote Speaker:

Challenges and gabs in Nursing research

Ms. Badriya Al Shamari, Clinical Program Manager, O­ce of Chief of Continuing Care

10:45am to 11am

Keynote Speaker:

Role Transition and Career Development: From Registered Nurse to Advanced Nursing Practice

Dr. Atef Al-Tawafsheh, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Pain Services Lead, HMC

 

 

 

Track A

Trauma Nursing Education, Research, and Best Practice

(Moderator: Emad Almomani)

Track B

Nursing Leadership and E­ective Communication

(Moderator: Asmaa Mosa)

11am to 11:15am

The nursing workforce and health reform: Implications for nursing education practice.

Dr. Kevin Hugill, DON education, HMC

Trauma, and critical care management: Preparing facilities to care for critically ill patients.

Mr. Andrew Frazer, EDON, Administrative Service

11:15 to 11:30am

Outcome based education

Ms. Jacqueline Sullivan, DON, Education, HMC

Principles of successful nursing leadership in trauma and critical care.

Mr. Bahaa Daoud, HN, Trauma Resuscitation Unit, HMC

11:30am to 11:45am

Transforming healthcare education and training through educational management systems

Mr. Tawfiq Al-Raoush, DON, education, HMC

Nursing role in Trauma Care, Nurse-led reform.

Mr. Amer Abu Aljoud, HN, Trauma Surgical Unit, HMC

11:45am to 12pm

Q&A Panel Discussion

12pm to 1pm

Lunch break and Posters display

 

Track A
Trauma Nursing Education, Research, and Best Practice
(Moderator: Karim Attallah)

Track B
Nursing Leadership and E­ective Communication
(Moderator: Bahaa Daoud)

1pm to 1:15pm

Role of foundation, specialty, and subspecialty courses in Trauma nursing.

Mr. Emad AL Momani, Educator, HMC

Building trust relationship with patient and patient’s family members.

Ms. Seham, DON, Case management

1:15pm to 1:30pm

 

 

How to ensure a successful role transition and orientation for New providers in the trauma and critical care.

Ms. Jain Varghese, SN, Trauma service

Challenges in breaking news.

Ms. HEBA Shehada, HN, Trauma Intensive Care Unit, HMC

1:30pm to 1:45pm

 

Reflective practice

Mr. Paul Michael Salomon , Educator, HMC

Emotional Intelligence.

Dr. Tulika Mehta, Clinical Psychologist, Trauma Surgery.

1:45pm to 2pm

 

Improving Patient outcomes through journal clubs

Ms. Reena Phillip, DON, education, HMC

Violence and aggression towards health care professionals.

Mr. Emad, CN, Trauma Resuscitation Unit, HMC

2pm to 2:15pm

Q&A Panel Discussion

 

Track A

Trauma Nursing Education, Research, and Best Practice

(Moderator: Amer Abu aljoud)

Track B

Nursing Leadership and E­ective Communication

(Moderator: HEBA shehada)

2:15pm to 2:30pm

 

Optimizing nursing care for head injured patient.

Mr. Mohammad Okour, Educator, HMC

The future of nurses: superheroes aided by technology.

Mr. Karim Attallah, Educator, HMC

2:30pm to 2:45pm

 

 

Nursing role in managing and caring the surgical

compartment Syndromes.

Mr. Ahmed Abu Akel, HN, Trauma Stepdown Unit.

Using the Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP)

Metrics Data to Change Clinical Practice

Ms. Gladys Mendez, Risk & Quality Improvement

Manager, HMC

2:45pm to 3pm

Q&A Panel Discussion

3pm to 3:15pm

Pediatric Trauma at Glance 
Ms. Stephy Dilling, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sidra Hospital, Qatar.

3:15pm to 3:30pm

 

 

Trauma survivor stories

Ms. Julie B‑o, Trauma Intensive Care Unit, HMC & Ms. Eman Mohammad, Trauma Resuscitation Unit, HMC

Mr. Karim Attalla, Nurse Educator, HMC.

3:30pm to 3:45pm

Announcing winning posters and Closing Plenary