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14/10/2020

EADV medmāsu darba grupa informē par  gaidāmo Māsu dienu, kas  notiks sestdien, 2020. gada 31. oktobrī.

Māsu diena tagad ir neatņemama EADV kongresu sastāvdaļa, kuras mērķis ir veicināt uz komandu balstītu pieeju pacientu aprūpē un ārstēšanā, uzsvērt medmāsu svarīgo lomu un atbalstīt viņu profesionālo attīstību.

Mēs arī atbalstām PVO un pievienojamies tam, lai atzīmētu 2020. gadu kā “Māsas un vecmātes gadu”, pēcpusdienas lekcijas veltot grūtnieču slimībām un jaundzimušo dermatoloģiskām problēmām. Katrā sesijā būs iespēja  jautājumiem un atbildēm, un pēc rīta un pēcpusdienas daļas sekos papildu atklāta diskusija, lai padziļinātu tēmas un apmainītos ar pieredzi.

Programmu skatīt šeit EADV NURSE DAY VIRTUAL – FULL PROGRAMME

Jau iepriekš pateicos par atbalstu, lai paplašinātu  un sasniegtu mūsu mērķus māsu labā!

Ar cieņu Marina Binarelli, zinātniskā vecākā projektu koordinatore

EADV NAWG Māsu asociācijas Darba grupa

 

Dear Nurse Association,

Dear colleague,

on behalf of the EADV Nurse Working Group, I would like to kindly inform you and extend the invitation to the upcoming Nurse Day, which will take place virtually on Saturday, 31 October 2020.

The Nurse Day is now an integral part of the EADV Congresses where we aim to promote a team-based approach for caring and treating patients, highlight the vital role of nurses and support their professional development.

This year a mixed faculty of dermatologists and nurses will present a dedicated programme focused on leadership, global health, collaborative and multidisciplinary engagement.

We also support and join the WHO in celebrating the 2020 as the `Year of the Nurse and Midwife`, with afternoon lectures dedicated to diseases in pregnant patients and dermatological problems in new-borns.

Every session will include the possibility to intervene with questions and answers, and after the morning and the afternoon part, an additional open discussion will follow in order to deepen the themes and exchange experiences.

Please find the full-day programme attached.

We would be pleased if you could take this initiative into consideration and share it with your colleagues and staff members who may be interested in the topics.

Registering to the virtual congress, will enable all nurses to join many other sessions (on dermoscopy, psoriasis, AD, SARS-CoV-2, melanoma, etc.) that will remain available on the platform for a period of 3 months.

Thank you in advance for your support in widening our reach and achieve our goals for the benefit of the nurses!

Kindest regards,Marina Binarelli,Scientific Senior Project Coordinator

On behalf of:

EADV NAWG

Nurse Association Working Group