7 Nov - 8 Nov '18

3rd ETAHP Meeting_Guiding towards Positive Health

The 3rd ETAHP Meeting aims to create a strong European interdisciplinary platform to share evidence based knowledge, exchange experiences and provide training,

3rd ETAHP Meeting_Guiding towards Positive Health

Start Date:
Wednesday, 7th November, 2018 at 2:00pm
End Date:
Thursday, 8th November, 2018 at 6:00pm
Important Dates:
3rd ETAHP Meeting: 8 - 9 November, 2018
*** Online Registrations open***
 
The 3rd ETAHP Meeting is held during the TLJ (Transplantation Learning Journey) Week. 

Click here to learn more about TLJ2018 and the educational opportunities.
 
Visit www.tlj-esot.org for more information
Country: Germany
Description & Objectives:

The 3rd ETAHP Meeting aims to create a strong European interdisciplinary platform to share evidence based knowledge, exchange experiences and provide training, facilitate research and clinical collaborations, set the standards for the quality of care in transplant nursing and for allied health professionals.

The lectures will focus on a positive approach and communication with the patients using solution focused techniques, and on the role of nurses and allied health professionals in promoting self-management after transplantation. The meeting will include a focus on qualitative research and how to critically evaluate the methodological quality.

 

>>>>** Download the ETAHP2018 Scientific Programme**

>>>>**Download the ETAHP2018 Second Announcement Flyer (PDF)**

 

Main Topics

• Self-management support

• Evidence in transplant care: qualitative research

• Acceptance & Commitment therapy

 

Educational Objectives

After attending this meeting, participants will be able to:

• Describe solution-focused techniques for self-management support and understand how to apply this in clinical practice

• Apply the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in the communication with your patients

• Learn to evaluate the methodological rigor of publications

Target Group:

Nurses, physical therapists, dieticians, social workers, occupational therapists psychologists, among other allied healthcare professionals.