About the Ireland: Nursing and Midwifery Research and Education Conference
This faculty-led, 1 credit educational experience will take place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in Dublin. The RCSI Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery will host its 38th Annual International Conference on Wednesday, 27 February and Thursday, 28 February 2019.
Now in its 38th year – making it one of the oldest conferences in Europe – the Research and Education Conference provides an important forum for practicing nurses and midwives, students, researchers and academics to network, exchange ideas on current research and best clinical practice and ultimately use this up-to-date information to contribute to the enhancement of patient care at the bedside.
The theme for 2019 is: ‘The Future of Nursing and Midwifery Practice, Education and Research’.
Acceptance into this program is determined by Dr. Constance Lawrence of the department of Nursing at The College at Brockport. For any inquires please contact Dr. Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget Sheet for the Undergraduate 1 credit program (paid full-time tuition): TBA
Budget Sheet for the Undergraduate 1 credit program: TBA
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
- Tuition (1 credit)
- Program Acceptance Fee
- Campus Fees (college fee, technology fee, etc.)
- SUNY International Health Insurance
- Pre-departure orientation materials
- Round trip airfare from Buffalo to Dublin
- shared accommodations
- Daily breakfast
- In-country program transportation
- Conference registration
- Airport transfers
- Brockport's Study Abroad Office services
The actual amount that you will spend depends heavily on your style of living, and will vary with each individual's personal spending habits, entertainment preferences, and travel choices.
**This program is contingent upon having a sufficient number of participants enrolled in the program
- Additional meals
- Miscellaneous expenses (personal expenses, airline baggage fees, laundry, postage, etc.)
Students will receive 1 credit for this experience.
Opening Ceremony: Wednesday, 27 February
The Conference Opening Ceremony will take place on Wednesday evening, 28 February. This will be followed by the Honorary Fellowship Conferring and the Annual Dinner. The Faculty will award Honorary Fellowships to individuals, many of whom are nurses and midwives, who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and outstanding work which has positively influenced the well-being of society.
Annual Conference Day: Thursday, 28 February
The Annual Conference will take place on Thursday, 28 February. Keynote and plenary papers will be delivered by renowned national and international speakers, addressing issues around integrated care in healthcare delivery. Concepts such as quality and patient flow will be explored by nurse and midwife researchers and policy makers. Opportunities will be provided for delegates to engage with presenters and ask questions at the end of each of these addresses.
Concurrent research papers, covering a diverse range of professional, clinical, methodological, leadership and policy issues, will also be presented on the day. A wide variety of Poster Presentations will also be available for viewing in the exhibitor hall. Refreshments will be provided to delegates attending the Conference and delegates will have ample opportunities to speak with exhibitors who will be displaying a range of products.
February 25 - March 3, 2019