Programme

Programme as per 13 February 2019 – program is subject to change

Monday 22 July

16.00-19.00 Registration
18.30-21.00 Welcome reception (included)

Tuesday 23 July

09.00-09.15 Welcome – Susann Magnusson, Swedish Association of School Nurses & Karen Farrell, School Nurses International 
09.15-10.00 The global perspective on adolescent health – Valentina Baltag, World Health Organization
10.00-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-11.15 Facilitating the exchange of evidence and data for school nursing to maximize child health and education – Martha Dewey Bergren, USA
11.15-11.45 Powerful data gets positive results – Kath Lancaster, UK
11.45-12.15 Operationalizing 21st Century school nursing practice at the school system level – Erin Maughan, USA
12.15-13.15 Lunch (included)

13.15-15.00

PARALLELL SESSIONS

Track 1: Organisation & Leadership

School Nurses are Leaders – Pao-Chu Tseng, USA
A National Quality Register for the School Health Service in Sweden – Ylva Fredholm Ståhl, Sweden

Track 2: Health & Lifestyle

The Help Overcoming Pain Early (HOPE) to facilitate the transition from a traditional health dialogue to a person-centred dialogue with adolescents with recurrent pain – Marie Golsäter, Sweden
Schoolchildren’s voices of health-promoting factors – Eva-Lena Einberg, Sweden
Young People’s Nutritional Health – learning from research and developing resources to reduce obesity – Maggie Clarke, UK
Sleep duration and sleeping difficulties among adolescents, and their associations with school stress, self-perception and technology use – Malin Jakobsson, Sweden

Track 3: The role of the school nurse

School Nursing for the 21st Century: Assessing Scope of Practice – Diane Davis, USA
Transforming the Role of School Nurses – Susan Gault, UK
Measuring of systematic health work for school nurses – Karina Karlsson, Sweden
Anaphylaxis in Schools: How well are you prepared? – Nadine Mattar, Lebanon

Track 4: Children with special needs

Student/Family Centered Care Coordination among children with special health care needs – Mayumi Willgerodt, USA
School nurse advocacy and care for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Marie Foley, USA
Reducing the fear of children before visiting doctor – Ria Jagodic, Slovenia
Examining the Health Disparities and Psychological Struggles Experienced by LGBTQ Youth – Tami Jakubowski, USA

15.00 Optional tours

Wednesday 24 July

09.00-09.05 Welcome, day 2
09.05-09.45 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC), results from Sweden of the 2017/18 WHO study – Petra Löfstedt, Sweden
09.45-10.30 Coffee break & poster viewing
10.30-10.45 The daily work of a school nurse – Elisabet Lithammer & Eva Sundbom, Sweden
10.45-11.00 The daily work of a school physician – Helka Widengren, Sweden
11.00-11.15 The daily work of a school psychologist – Daniel Påhlsson, Sweden
11.15-11.30 The daily work of a school counselor – Emmy Rastin, Sweden
11.30-11.45 The daily work and necessity of special education – Ing-Marie Littman, Sweden
11.45-12.45 Poster presentations
12.45-13.00 SNI-History and Future – Karen Farrell, USA
13.00-14.30 Lunch (at your own expense)
14.30 Sightseeing tour (Included, registration needed)

Thursday 25 July

09.00-09.25 Last Summer in Soho. A novel about school nursing – Jessica Streeting, UK
09.25-09.45 School nurse’s experiences of offering HPV vaccination to young girls in a Swedish vaccination program – Eva Runngren, Sweden
09.45-10.15 Coffee break
10.15-11.00 Integrating Nurse Case Management into Washington State’s School Nurse Services – Lynn Nelson, USA
11.00-11.15 Short break
11.15-11.45 Why What and Where to Publish – Julia Muennich Cowell, USA
11.45-13.00 Lunch & poster viewing

13.00-15.00

 

PARALLELL SESSIONS

Track 1: School nurse as a scientific publisher and a prevention worker

Strategies for Scientific Publishing – workshop – Julia Muennich Cowell, USA
Spotlighting the school nurse role implementing an adolescent substance use prevention program in Massachusetts – Rita Casper, USA
Lessons from Malawi for a school nurse in Australia – Jennifer Williams, Australia

Track 2: Health education

Disaster Preparedness… How to Stop the Bleed – Karen Farell, USA
Evaluation of implementation of exercises for erect posture into the daily practice of children attending primary schools – Majda Smit & Alenka Slapšak, Slovenia
Simulated Rashes in School: Now What? & Rashes in School: Can They Stay or Should They Go?: Tracy Perron & Tami Jakubowski, USA
Health Education in the New Course of Study Guidelines(2017-18) and Yogo Teacher Involvement in Japan – Kazuko Menzawa, Japan
Continuing nursing education for Haitian immigrant student health and family communication: A quality improvement project – Jenny Gormly, USA

Track 3: Health & Lifestyle

Using Simulation to Reinforce Management of Emergencies in the School Health Setting – Norma Brown, USA
Risk factors for the development of Orthoreksia Nervosa and a preventive in adolescent – Petra Pavlič, Slovenia
Depression, Anxiety and Stress Levels of Overweight and Obese Adolescents – Aysun Ardıç, Turkey
Stress, Unmanageability, FOMO, and Lack of Recovery: New Perspectives on Adolescent Mental Health – Elinor Schad, Sweden

Track 4: Health promotion

Health education in European schools – Gracia Soler Pardo, Spain
Health Literacy for ‘third culture kids’ – Saffron Brown, Hong Kong
Health Information into Priorities (HIP): Developing a Population Health Needs Assessment Toolkit for School Nurses to Assess and Prioritise Need – Gillian Turner, UK
The Role of the School Nurse in Safeguarding Children and Young People in the UK: Findings from Two Research Studies – Jane V. Appleton & Lauren Harding, UK

19.00 Conference dinner at Solliden restaurant (included)

Friday 26 July

09.00-09.45 Recurrent pain and children’s success in school – Susanne Ragnarsson, Sweden 
09.45-10.15 Coffee break
10.15-10.35 Session topic TBC
10.35-11.15 Report from a research meeting – Erin Maughan, USA
11.15-11.50 In search of the future school nurse – Pernilla Garmy, Sweden
11.50-12.00 Closing remarks – Susann Magnusson