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The 4th International NCCS & EACS Conference April 27th – 28th 2022 at Mälardalen University, Sweden

Caring in a changing world

The 4th International NCCS & EACS Conference April 27th – 28th 2022 at Mälardalen University, Sweden

Caring in a changing world

Welcome to take part in the conference and contribute with your experiences and knowledge or to learn more about this topic. This conference will take place at Mälardalen University, Eskilstuna. It is also possible to participate online. We will also arrange a pre-conference for doctoral students on the 26th of April.

Caring in a changing world. We are all living through a time of extraordinary change in the way we provide health care. Health services are evolving with new technologies being used and care provided in less familiar contexts. At this time of rapid change we need to keep caring as a constant and understand how best health care practitioners can achieve this.

Areas of focus

  • Caring using technologies
  • Caring and learning
  • Caring in the community
  • Caring for people in different life situations

Conference fees

Early bird until February 15, 2022:
NCCS members: 320 € / February 16 – April 1: 340 €
Non members: 370 € / February 16 – April 1: 390 €
Students and doctoral students: 200 € / February 16 – April 1: 220 €

Fees for participation for one day on line or at campus: 100 €/day

Program

 

Tuesday April 26

12.00-13.00, Registration

16.00-18.00

13.00-16.00 Pre-conference for PhD-students

Parallel sessions:

Do we need theoretical frameworks to ensure the delivery of person-centred fundamental care?Associate professor Åsa Muntlin, Uppsala University

Perspectives on concept development in caring science
Professor Margareta Asp and professor Lena Wiklund Gustin, Mälardalen University

18.00-20.00 Buffet and mingle at MDU

Wednesday April 27

8.00–9.00 Registration

9.00–9.30 Welcome to the conference

Anna Letterstål, Head of School of Health, Care and Social Welfare, MDU

Ulrica Hörberg, professor and Chair man of Nordic College of Caring Science

Fiona Cowdell, professor, European Academy of Caring Science

Practical information: Margareta Asp, professor, MDU

9.30- 10.30 Keynote

Don’t look at me – See me! Clinical aspects of caring as founded in the patient’s life world.
Mats Holmberg, associate professor in Caring Science, School of Health, care and social welfare, Mälardalen University, Sweden

10.30-10.50 Refreshment Break

10.50-11.30 Concurrent sessions (3 or 4 in parallel à 20 minutes)

12.35-13.30 LUNCH at MDU

13.30-14.30 Keynote

Bringing out the value of professional nursing care. Presentation of a framework as one way to understand essentials themes
Charlotte Delmar, professor in Nursing Science, Department of Public Health, Research Unit for Nursing Faculty of Health, Aarhus University, Denmark

14.30-15.30 Refreshment Break – networking and poster exhibition

15.30-16.30 Concurrent sessions (3 or 4 in parallel 20 minutes)

16.30 End of today’s program

17.30-18.45 Visiting the local brewery

19.00-21.00 Conference reception
Dinner at Bolinder Munktell museum

Thursday April 28

8.30-9.00 Registration

9.00-10.00 Concurrent sessions (3 or 4 in parallel 20 minutes)

10.00–10.30 Refreshment Break – poster exhibition

10.30-11.30 Key note

Kathleen Galvin, professor of Nursing Practice, School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, England

12.30-13.30 LUNCH at MDU

13.30-14.30 Symposium (2 parallel) Swedish/English

14.30-15.30 Best Poster Award and End of conference (NCCSF distribution of scholarships)


Keynote speakers

Portrait of Lucy Suchman

Kathleen Galvin

professor of Nursing Practice, School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, England

More info TBA





Portrait of Lucy Suchman

Charlotte Delmar

professor in Nursing Science, Department of Public Health, Research Unit for Nursing Faculty of Health, Aarhus University, Denmark

More info TBA





Portrait of Lucy Suchman

Mats Holmberg

associate professor in Caring Science, School of Health, care and social welfare, Mälardalen University, Sweden

More info TBA






Call for abstracts

Deadline for Abstracts is November 15th, 2021

Submit

Deadline for Abstracts is November 15th, 2021

For the Conference ”Caring in a changing world” APRIL 27, 2022 – APRIL 28, 2022, Mälardalen University, Eskilstuna, Sweden, we urge multiprofessionals to send in abstracts that address the topics under investigation at this conference. It is possible to register for the conference from mid October 2021.

The maximum size of the abstract is 300 words. The 300-word limit does not include the title or author details of the abstract; the limit is for the actual text of the abstract. The abstract must be written in English and should contain background, aim, method, results, conclusion and address implications for caring in a changing world. Abstracts for poster presentations can also be submitted concerning ongoing studies with preliminary data relevant or significant for the topic of the conference.

Response on the peer review of you abstract is expected January 15, 2022.
Registration deadline for abstract submitters is February 1th 2022.

Download a template for abstracts here. Word, 13.3 kB.

Send to your abstract to: nccs@mdh.se

Please note,

– if you would like to publish an accepted abstract in a conference booklet:
– if you submit for poster or oral presentation, or both:

All oral presentations in the concurrent sessions are 15 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questioning.

The poster presentations are 5 minutes and 10 minutes for questions.

 

 

Contact

Contact the organizer

nccs@mdh.se
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