Polish Association of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Nurses coordinator
Polish Association of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Nurses (PTPAiIO) was registered in the National Judicial Registry in 1997. Since then it has systematically increased the number of its members. Currently there are 400 people involved in its activities in 14 regional branches. Board of PTPAiIO President – Paweł Witt, Vice-president – Anna Zdun, Secretary – Tomasz Kaczmarek, Members of the board: Iwona Charyło, Małgorzata Knap, Marzena Pęgiel. The aim of the Association is to support and organize educational and scientific events concerning nursing in anesthesia and intensive care, as well as related specialisations. The Association fullfills its aims by:
- organizing meetings, symposia, conferences, scientific meetings, lectures, exhibitions, presentations and many other educational events publishing scientific
- papers, magazines and other publications and leaflets connected to subjects of our interest
- participating in various forms of vocational education and exams for position of a nurse specialist in anesthesia and intensive care. cooperating with other institutions including the Parliament, public administrations, teams of consultants, the media and other organizations to meet its statutory targets
- international cooperation with foreign associations and organisations of similar interest
- participating in creating standards and regulations concerning anaesthesiology and intensive care
- For the last 14 years there have been 9. National Conferences which hosted foreign representatives and numerous regional conferences.
- In 2017 we will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of PTPAiIO and X Jubilee Congress of PTPAiIO (21-23th of September)
- PTPAiIO has its active representation in the National Nursing and Midwifery Schools Accreditation Board and the National Anaesthesiology Board.
- We give opinions on legal documents concerning the profession of a nurse and a midwife.
- We participate in creating curricula
- Members of PTPAiIO act as regional consultants in anaesthesiology and intensive care.
PTPAiIO is a member of EfCCNa, IFNA, WFCCNa
In 2011 the Working Group for Good practices in anesthesia and intensive care nursing was established. Since its beginning the Group has published:
Position statemants on:
- the issue of employing a nurse specialists in anesthesia and intensive care as coordinators of nursing teams during shifts. September 23rd 2011
- the issue of delegating anesthesia nurses to other hospital wards during their shifts. The stand was sent to the Ministry of Health on March 26th 2013. and other recommendations
- Conducting the trainings on different topics within the project Good Practices Seminars, training topics include: Continuous renal replacement techniques in ICU, Infection control in the ICU, Nutrition in the ICU, and Safety of intravenous therapy “safe vascular line in the ICU.
- Working on further development of the scientific journal Nursing in Aneasthesiology and Intensive Care http://evereth.pl/index.php/pielegniarstwo-w-anestezjologii-i-intensywnej-opiece
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European federation of Critical Care Nurses, EfCCNa
The EfCCNa was founded in Berlin, Germany on 2nd October1999. The organisation is registered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and consists of 28 European Critical Care Nursing Associations, which represents more than 25 000 Critical Care Nurses in Europe. The official bodies of the EfCCNa are the Council of Representatives and the Board of Officers. The council representative is elected by their own association.
The main aims of the federation are: representing critical care nurses in greater Europe; promoting the cooperation amongst European critical care nurses; contributing to the quality of professional practice and scientific research; improving the recognition of critical care nursing and promotion of educational/developmental opportunities for critical care nurses; and strengthening the power of European critical care nurses associations. In promoting research, education and practice, the federation has delivered six European Critical Care Nursing Congresses at different locations within Europe (Paris, 2002; Amsterdam 2005, Florence 2008, Copenhagen 2011, Belgrade 2013, Valencia 2015).
The experience of EfCCNa can guarantee the successful project implementation. The federation consists of a broad range of critical care nursing expertise that it can draw upon, who will be available and dedicated to providing project outputs in the best possible way vis-à-vis expert support and advice; leading of dissemination.
The University of Ostrava
The University of Ostrava (UO), with over 10,000 students, offers a very high quality level of education and research in the humanities, social and natural sciences, health studies, medicine and the fine arts. Its 6 faculties (Faculty of Science, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Social Studies, Pedagogical Faculty) offer an extremely wide range of fields of study as well as unconventional combinations of majors.
As well as being dynamic and intellectually challenging, UO also offers an international environment in which to study, with the university campus spread primarily throughout the old city centre, providing a stimulating environment to contemplate the living arts and sciences. Teaching at UO is research-driven, and its programmes are often taught by active researchers.
The university also proudly presents itself as a university full of leading figures in their fields of expertise who are not only scientists, but also inspirational and open-minded personalities with a vivid sense of creativity.
The small size of the university and its relative youth (founded in 1991) allows for a strongly individual approach to our students and flexible reactions to the needs of an up-to-date society and labour market. The university offers not only top quality education, but also many other possibilities for those who wish to fulfil their visions: whether it is the possibility to study other languages, found a student organisation, or gain other practical experience. The university actively searches for opportunities for students to raise their qualifications and help them kick off their careers.
At this point the University of Ostrava has established cooperation with several local organisations (such as a local studio of the public Czech Television) that provide students with valuable work experience. But the effort to offer more doesn’t only limit itself to our students and academicians. UO also puts emphasis on its 3rd role – after the first two roles – education and research – it is also an active player in the field of local social life and culture. UO and its faculties, student organisations and scientific institutes establish and promote hundreds of public events every year. These include free workshops, lectures, seminars, discussions, experiential events, scientific adventures, cultural festivals, charitable events, international gatherings, sports and cultural events, art exhibitions, happenings, alumni reunions, concerts, theatre plays, etc.
The university is simply an essential part of the city and its social life, and continues to cooperate with a steadily increasing number of cultural organisations and local institutions.
College of Nursing
College of Nursing in Celje, Slovenia, is relatively young independent higher education institution, founded in May 2009. Its founder is the Regional Study Centre in Celje, public institution which is responsible for developing the tertiary education in the Savinjska region.
College performs undergraduate study programme Nursing and postgraduate study programme Palliative care.
College of Nursing in Celje serves the community as a higher education centre that encourages, expands and uses professional knowledge in the field of nursing and other health-related sciences, and it encourages life-long learning activities and initiatives. Most of our lecturers come from clinical environments and have extensive practical experience as well as research skills and experiences in coordination of various projects, including international ones. We are putting a lot of efforts in carrying out good quality study and research programmes programs in the field of nursing and other health care programmes. Research activities are primarily orientated in the field of nursing and health care in general. A huge emphasis is on interdisciplinary research and integration with other related research fields. College’s organizational unit CVIKS (Centre for lifelong learning and career orientation) is founded to provide transfer of knowledge, experiences and cases of good practice by offering educational trainings and counselling with purpose to increase the level of quality and safety at work in nursing and in the whole health care system. One of the priority goal of the College is making close and intensive contacts and cooperation with foreign education and research institutions. We have been quite successful in the last few years in the international space, in the moment we cooperate with 16 higher education institutions from abroad.
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