Eun-Ok Im, associate dean for research development and regulatory affairs; Wonshik Chee, associate professor; Jennie De Gagne, associate professor; Sangmi Kim, postdoctoral associate; Wai May Ng, DNP '19; and Minjoo Hong, visiting scholar '15-'16; recently delivered various presentations at the International Council of Nurses (ICN) 2019 Congress held in Singapore.
De Gagne and May Ng, DNP '19, delivered a presentation entitled "Improving thromboprophylaxis in patients with acute stroke."
De Gagne and Hong delivered a presentation entitled "Prevalence and patterns of uncivil posts in the massive open online course."
Im delivered two presentations entitled "Future of Nursing - Policy café" and "Nursing Leadership: Understanding Cross-Cultural Considerations and Navigating Political Agendas."
Im and Chee delivered two presentations entitled "Nurses Advancing Technology to Enable People to Live Their Best Lives" and "The Associations between Immigration Transition and Cognitive Symptoms During Menopausal Transition."
Im, Chee and Kim delivered a presentation entitled "The Use of Fitbits in a Web-based Physical Activity Promotion Program: Better or Worse?"
The international gathering of thousands of nurses explored the many ways in which nurses work to achieve universal access to health, not only providing health care but also addressing the social determinants of health, such as education, gender equality, poverty, etc. The Congress provided opportunities for nurses to build relationships and to disseminate nursing and health-related knowledge.