Under this block you find the overview of all projects in process or scheduled for 2021, Click on the image and find out more about the projects
Nurses Guide on Microbes second version
Nurses Guide on Biosimilars second version
This project will handle the update of the in 2018 published nurses switch management biosimilar nurses guide and education transition such a second version, webinar and e-learning
Nurses Guide on Blood and Plasma
Creation of an accessible information and communication guide on blood, plasma, donation and therapeutic intervention, today and the future for education and continuing professional development.
In the light of increasing expectation of quality of care provision by nurses in many areas of healthcare, it’s vital that nurses can access training on an ongoing basis. This can be as part of their day-to-day work, or through specific educational activities. A project plan is in process
Safety at work series
Working as a nurse in today’s health environments is more demanding than ever. The expectations are higher with impact on the physical condition, but also related to aggression, working with chemicals, hazardous smoke but also for female nurses and nurses getting older. This project is to handles this one theme under a variety of eight sub chapters.
In the wish to gather a sustainable data base on the role, position and health contribution of Specialist Nurses in Europe, surveys will frequently be published with outcomes after completion.
Plasma Collection – Nurses competence framework
The objective of this project is to develop a Specialist Nurse’s competent profile for plasma donation centers aiming to develop a competency framework for these nurses to expand their responsibilities and become the recognized ‘Qualified healthcare professionals’. The framework will be based on evidence-based practice roles and responsibilities based on the four pillars of advanced nursing practice that is: education, competencies, research and consultancy.
Nurses Guide on Surgical Smoke in process
With this guide being brought to my attention, it strikes me that this aspect still seems to be under the radar of relevance to date. All people who work in hospitals, especially where there is an unsafe environment, face many occupational risks. One of these is surgical smoke, which has been linked to serious health problems. And it turns out that nurses, in particular, are the occupational groups who spend the most time and are also the largest group who work in operating rooms.