Thursday, 26 August 2010

The Joint Symposium of Tampere University of Applied Sciences and Miyagi University

Challenges to Integrate Nursing Knowledge and Practice

Date and time

Friday 3rd September 2010, 9.00-16.00
Venue: Tampere, Finland
Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Kuntokatu 3, A3-27.

Sub themes of the symposium include

- The Future of the Partnership Between TAMK and MY
- Overview of Nursing Education System in Finland and TAMK
- Overview of Nursing Education System in Japan and MY
- Issues Involved in Linking Nursing Education and Clinical Practice

Program

Moderators: Prof. H. Nagasawa MD. Miyagi University and PhD, Vice President Marja Sutela, TAMK

9.00-9.30
Opening Markku Lahtinen, President, TAMK

The Future of the Partnership between TAMK and MYU
Shoken Mawatari, President, Miyagi University

9.30-10.00
Overview of Nursing Education System in Finland and TAMK
Päivi Karttunen PhD Vice President

10.00-10.30
Overview of Nursing Education System in Japan and MYU
Yoshiko Sekito Ed.D., Professor, School of Nursing, Miyagi University

10.30-10.45 Coffee break


10.45-12.45 Session 1
Issues Involved in Linking Nursing Education and Clinical Practice

Chairpersons: Prof. Yoshiko Sekito Ed.D., Miyagi University and Principal lecturer Jouni Tuomi, RN, PhD, TAMK

1) A Clinical Role and Issue for Cardiovascular Nursing in Japan - from the Aspect of Self Care Sup-ports
Toshiko Yoshida, RN, PHN, PhD, Professor, School of Nursing, Miyagi University

2) About Possibilities to Go over Problems to Integrate Nursing Education and Practice in Curriculum Level
Jouni Tuomi PhD, Principal Lecturer

3) Ways to Integrate Clinical Practice with Theory
Pia Keiski, MNSc, Education Manager (Adults nursing education)

4) Alternative Medicine concerning Music Therapy in Japan - Possibilities and Problems
Akiko Kitaoka, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Miyagi University

12.45-13.45 Lunch


13.45-15.45 Session 2
Nursing Demands for the Elderly in the Aging Society

Chairpersons: Prof. Toshiko Yoshida, RN, PHN, PhD and Principal lecturer Varpu Lipponen, RN, PhD, TAMK

1) Aging and Elderly Care - Welfare Strategies and Practices in Japan
Haruo Nagasawa MD. Professor, School of Nursing Miyagi University

2) Ederly Care - Challenges to Nursing and Nursing Education
Kaarina And, Lecturer

3) Kinaesthetics in Elderly Health Care Setting
Hiroko Tadaura, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Miyagi University

4) Active Ageing in Tampere Region: Joint Project between TAMK and Elderly Care Service Providers
Tarja Heinonen, Program Manager, Wellbeing Services and Technology, R&D

Closing


This symposium is open to all. Welcome!

Please register
here before 31.8.2010.

For further information concerning the event, contact Liisa Marttila, liisa.marttila (at) tamk.fi.

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