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SPECIAL ISSUE EIGHT EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMMON EUROPEAN NURSING DIAGNOSIS INTERVENTIONS AND OUTCOMES FUNCHAL MADEIRA 25 - 26 MARCH 2011

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ACE NDI O Association for Common European Nursing Diagnosis, Interventions & Outcomes

Editorial Carme Espinosa i Fresnedo Chair Editorial Board Newsletter of ACENDIO.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE 2 EDITORIAL 3 FROM THE PRESIDENT 4 FROM THE BOARD 7 WHO’S WHO IN MADEIRA 9 8TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF ACENDIO 15 8TH AENTDE WORKSHOP

EDITORIAL BOARD CHAIR: CARME ESPINOSA

MEMBERS: FINTAN SHEERIN MARIA MÜLLER

On the 25th and 26th of March 2011, the Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses, Interventions and Outcomes is celebrating its eighth European Conference under the title ‘e-Health and Nursing. How can eHealth promote patient safety?’ Important speakers will be attending and sharing with all the participants their experience and knowledge about e-Health and Nursing, Standardization, Cross-Border Electronic Health Records, and the Nurse's Role in Creating a Safe Environment for Patients. But there is still the possibility that some of you do not know why should you be attending!!! Let me tell you why: You are very interested in the subject and you want to know more. You know nothing about the subject but you can see that now is the time for action? You have been in the ACENDIO European conferences and you cannot miss this one? You have never been to an ACENDIO conference and this is as good a moment as any other to begin attending? Patient safety has always been a priority for you? You never thought that the electronic systems could have anything to do with nursing?

You decide that this conference is worth the time and money you will spend? This is a good moment to visit Madeira with some friends? You have nothing else to do on 25th and 26th of March? You are just curious? You are sick of the ‘usual faces’ on the ACENDIO Board and you want to become a member       of the Board of ACENDIO in the coming election? You do not like how ACENDIO is working and you want to present your point of view     during the General Assembly? You want to change the way that ACENDIO works? You are a nurse studying English and this will be a good opportunity to practice your             recently acquired language? Or you want to be involved in the future of nursing and ACENDIO represents a good         opportunity to know more about Nursing in Europe? Actually the reasons are not important! We only want you to attend and meet with other nurses coming from Europe, who share the same problems, opportunities, disappointments, and hopes. What we only want is to meet you there, and to know more about you. So, come to Madeira, join ACENDIO, and help us build a European Professional Nursing Language.  

You are an informatics-junkie? You deeply hate those awful machines

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From the President Kaija Saranto President of ACENDIO Professor, University of Finland

Eastern Finland, Kuopio Campus,

ACENDIO will have its 16th anniversary this year. So, we can congratulate a “teenager”. What is typical for teenagers? Usually they are lively and determined, sometimes a little unpredictable, however mostly cooperative and especially very well networked. I think this applies to our association as well! With this metaphor I’ll greet you as the President of ACENDIO for the last time. I joined the association in 1998 with an aim to find colleagues who shared the same interest – unified nursing language to be used for electronic nursing documentation – and I found them. In 1995, when ACENDIO was established, a unified nursing language was a big challenge for nurses in many countries. The existing nursing classifications originally developed in the USA – for example, NANDA, Omaha and Home Health Care Classification - were mostly used in paper-based documentation systems and standardization was a rare term for nurses. Electronic information systems processed orders and administrative data but European nursing care plans were seldom computerized despite the Swedish VIPS model for nursing documentation. With the determination of international nurse experts, amongst whom were also our past President Dame June Clark and our past Newsletter Editor Anne Casey, the International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP) was published in 1999. This enormous endeavor encouraged new ideas about nursing terminology around the world. ACENDIO is principally operating in Europe, where nurses are networked through national nurses’ associations. Some of these associations are also ACENDIO members strengthening and supporting terminology development in their countries. Through institutional and individual memberships the association is aiming to share information and knowledge to help each country achieve their objectives in nursing language development. Although the geography of Europe is complex, and health care service systems vary between and even within countries, it is very rewarding and fruitful to cooperate through ACENDIO. This is enhanced by the fact that the membership of ACENDIO represented 20 countries in 2010!

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countries have also established associations to operate more efficiently with their own language. AENDTE (Asociación Española de Nomenclatura, Taxonomía y Diagnóstico de Enfermería) and AFEDI (Association Francophone Européenne des Diagnostics Interventions Résultats Infirmiers) are good examples of associations that enhance nursing language development among Spanish and French speaking nurses. And not to forget the important role of EFN (European Federation of Nurses) in coordinating various nursing initiatives in Europe. The adoption of a terminology developed in another language always involves cultural validation in order for its acceptance and use by nurses. The experiences and advances in other countries inform the validation process. Over the past 16 years, hundreds of presentations at ACENDIO conferences have focused on implementations of classifications in various countries. From the beginning, nursing diagnosis has been a common topic and it still seems to be a very demanding task to compile nursing minimum data sets. In conference presentations standardization has been a regular but relatively infrequent topic. I would, however, like to stress the importance of nurses being involved in standardization activities in their countries. This spring, in particular, nurses can become involved as revised version of ISO/CD 18104 standard “Health Informatics: Categorical structures for representation of nursing diagnoses and nursing actions in terminological systems” will be balloted on. This is the revision of ISO 18104:2003 – Health Informatics: Integration of a reference terminology model for nursing”. Nurses are encouraged to contact their ISO country representative to explain the importance of this standard to nursing. With this standard, nursing will have a greater possibility of being visible. The 8th Biennial Conference of ACENDIO in Madeira on 25/26 March 2011 will soon be a reality. The conference, which has as its theme, eHealth and nursing – how can eHealth promote patient safety? will together bring nurses from many European countries as well as from overseas. The theme is timely and a high priority also in the agenda of both the WHO and the ICN. So, please, follow the ACENDIO website and acquaint yourself with the conference arrangements. You will find that the conference has an excellent, highly international programme in comfortable facilities and beautiful surroundings. Just as teenagers mature towards adulthood, ACENDIO has good potential to move forward, with its existing and new networks, to strengthen nursing terminology work in Europe and globally. Through collaboration it will be possible to widen our scope of activities and become more proactive, reactive and visible together, as it seems that nursing terminology work has left at least its infancy in many European countries. I would like to leave you with the very important message my dear friend and distinguished mentor, the living legend, Dr. Virginia Saba, taught me: “Only coded data can be re-used!” Let’s keep that in mind!

The task for an association such as ACENDIO is most demanding, with 50 sovereign states in the greater European area and 27 member states with recognition of 23 official languages in the European Union. Besides ACENDIO, some volume 24 winter 2011

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From the Board Fintan Sheerin Secretary of ACENDIO Trinity College. Dublin

ACENDIO GENERAL ASSEMBLY & ELECTIONS YOUR CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED! New Officers and Board members will be elected at the ACENDIO Annual General Meeting at the Madeira Conference* on March 25th2011.

We need nominations for the Board: President Vice President 2 Board members

Roles and responsibilities for each position can be found on our website www.acendio.net

The attached information explains how to nominate and vote – even if you are unable to join us in Madeira. Please take this opportunity to get involved yourself or to support a colleague in becoming involved in the activity of ACENDIO. As a Board member you will attend 2-3 meetings each year (limited support for travel is available). DEADLINE FOR RETURN OF NOMINATIONS:

Electronically - 16:30, 24th March 2011 (secretariat@acendio.net ) By Hand - 16:30, 25th March 2011 (ACENDIO Desk)

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ACENDIO Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses, Interventions and Outcomes Notes for 2011 Elections 1."

The procedure governing elections is set out in Article 6 of the ACENDIO Constitution.

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In 2009 the following elections will be held: President " "

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Board Members (2)" 2011 - 2015 3.

Nominations for candidates must be made on the official form, signed by the nominated person, the seconder and the person making the nomination, and returned to the returning officer:" by Email to ACENDIO secretary (secretariat@acendio.net ) at least twenty-four hours in advance of the General Assembly, or by hand to the ACENDIO desk at least one hour before the scheduled start of the General Assembly on Friday 25th March 2011 at CS Madeira Atlantic Resort Conference Centre, Funchal, Madeira.

Members are advised that all nominations received up to one hour before the General Assembly will be considered valid and entered into the election process. In the event that there are no nominations received for a position in advance of the General Assembly, the returning officer retains the right to receive verbal nominations during the meeting. 4." " "

Information about candidates will be made available in member packs and at the ACENDIO Information Point at the conference. Nominees are asked to provide a one page resume for this purpose to the secretary by Friday 25th March 2011, 16:30.

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Voting will take place during the General Assembly Meeting, which will be held on Friday 25th March 2011 at 17.30hrs. Voting papers will be distributed at the meeting. To be eligible to vote you must be a member of ACENDIO.

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Results will be announced on the morning of Saturday 26th March 2011, in the next ACENDIO newsletter and on the ACENDIO website.

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The new Board (but not the committees) will meet on Saturday 26th March 2011 at the end of the conference.

Please note that there is no election committee governing this process.

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ACENDIO: ELECTION 2011 NOMINATION FORM

NOTES: (i)" Please use one form for each nomination. Nominations must be submitted in writing (either electronically or on paper) on

(ii)" (iii) *0" *1" " *2" " "

this approved nomination form. The nomination of candidates must be supported by two members (the nominator and the seconder). The nominator must have obtained agreement from the candidate before submitting the nomination form. Nominations must normally be received by the Returning Officer (c/o ACENDIO secretary): by Email to ACENDIO secretary (secretariat@acendio.net ) at least twenty-four hours in advance of the General Assembly or by hand to the ACENDIO desk at least one hour before the scheduled start of the General Assembly on Friday 25th

March 2011 at CS Madeira Atlantic Resort Conference Centre, Funchal, Madeira. Members are advised that all nominations received up to one hour before the General Assembly will be considered valid and entered into the election process. In the event that there are no nominations received for a position in advance of the General Assembly, the returning officer retains the right to receive verbal nominations during the meeting.

THIS NOMINATION FORM RELATES TO THE FOLLOWING POSITION (please tick the relevant box): POSITION

TERM OF OFFICE

President

2011-2013

Vice President

2011-2013

Member of Board of Directors

2 positions

2011-2015

2. DETAILS OF CANDIDATE - NAME: ADDRESS: E-mail: SIGNATURE:

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NOMINATED BY - NAME: ADDRESS: E-mail: SIGNATURE:

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DATE:

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SECONDED BY - NAME: ADDRESS: E-mail: SIGNATURE:

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RECEIVED on behalf of the RETURNING OFFICER SIGNATURE:

DATE

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Who’s Who in Madeira? Keynote Speakers

By Carme Espinosa i Fresnedo & Fintan Sheerin

Heimar de Fátima Marin

Amy Coenen

RN, MS, Ph.D., FACMI is a nurse who has devoted her professional career to improving patient care using information and communication technologies. She is Full Professor and Director of the graduate Program in Health Informatics at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP). In 2004 she was elected International Member at the American College of Medical Informatics. Heimar Marin was also the President of Brazilian Society of Health Informatics (2002–2008); she is Associate-editor of the International Journal of Medical Informatics; and Elected Chair (2009–2012) of the International Medical Informatics Association Nursing Informatics Special Interest Group (IMIA NI SIG). Dr. Marin holds a position as Visiting Professor at Decision Systems Group at Harvard Medical School. She has over 250 publications. As a professor, she has mentored over 20 Ph.D. students, 32 master students, and 85 specialists in health and nursing informatics. Dr. Heimar Marin is a graduate of Nursing and holds a Master and Doctoral Degree in Health Informatics at UNIFESP. She is “Livre-Docente” at the Medical School, State University of São Paulo (FM-USP). She is a fellow in Clinical Computing at the Center for Clinical Computing at Harvard Medical School. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Strategic Committee in Information Technology at UNIFESP and member of the Board of Trustees of the Hospital São Paulo, a teaching hospital of Universidade Federal de São Paulo.

Dr. Amy Coenen is an Associate Professor at the University of WisconsinMilwaukee College of Nursing. Her research has focused on nursing and health care terminology standards for the electronic health record. Her areas of expertise include Nursing in Health Care Informatics and Health Care Terminology Standards.

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Dr. Coenen is currently funded by the International Council of Nurses, in Geneva Switzerland , to serve as the Director of the International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP®) Programme. Dr. Coenen is a representative for the International Council of Nurses to the International Organization of Standards (ISO) Technical Committee 215-Healthcare Informatics. She is a member of the Steering Committee for the Canadian Health Outcomes for Better Information and Care (C-HOBIC) project. Also, Dr. Coenen is a member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Advisory Group for ICD-10 Mental Health Diagnosis & Classification.

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Who���s Who in Madeira? Keynote Speakers

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Linda H. Aiken

She directs the Multi-State Nursing Care and Patient Safety Study in the U.S. and co-directs RN4CAST in 12 countries in Europe, China, South Africa, Botswana. Dr. Aiken has consistently been included in Modern Health Care’s 100 Most Powerful People in Health Care in the U.S.

Abel Avelino de Paiva e Silva

PhD, RN conducts research on health care workforce and outcomes of health care in the United States and around the world. She directs the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, and is The Claire M. Fagin Leadership Professor of Nursing and Sociology at University of Pennsylvania. She co-chairs the U.S. Council on Physician and Nurse Supply that monitors trends in physician and nurse workforce and international health workforce migration to the U.S. She has won numerous awards including the AcademyHealth Distinguished Investigator and Article of the Year awards, the Baxter International Graham Prize in Health Services Research, and the Individual Codman Award from the Joint Commission for her leadership utilizing performance measures to demonstrate relationships between nursing care and patient outcomes. She was recently inducted into the Inaugural Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame and received the Inaugural American Nurses Credentialing Center’s HRH Princess Muna Al-Hussein Award for significant contributions to healthcare across borders.

Doctor in Nursing since 2002, Master in Nursing since 1996. Director of Nursing Program in the Porto College of Nursing. Professor-Coordinator in Porto College of Nursing. Chair of the Scientific Board of the Porto College of Nursing. His present interest in Research is in the domain of Nursing Information Systems and Self Care. He has been supervisor of 15 approved Master dissertations; Supervisor of 2 approved çDoctoral Thesis; Cosupervisor of 1 approved Doctoral Thesis; Supervisor of 5 Master Dissertations; Co-Supervisor of 2 Doctoral Thesis; Supervisor of 8 Doctoral Thesis in the Universities of Porto, Lisbon and Catholic.

Dr. Aiken is a former president of the American Academy of Nursing and an elected member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.

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VIII Jornadas de trabajo AENTDE:<br> El NOC en el Proces...

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Presentación Las VIII Jornadas de AENTDE pretenden profundizar en el uso del NOC (Clasificación de Resultados Enfermeros) desde la perspectiva de una de sus autoras, la profesora Elisabeth Swanson, y difundir las experiencias de las enfermeras españolas en el desarrollo funcional y la aplicación clínica de la NOC con los sistemas de información en España.

Objetivos Profundizar en el conocimiento para la utilización clínica de la NOC. Conocer las líneas de investigación del NOC que se están desarrollando en la Universidad de Iowa. Conocer las experiencias de las enfermeras españolas en el desarrollo funcional y la aplicación clínica del NOC que se desarrollan en España.

Los participantes: Identificarán, partiendo de un caso, las opciones de los distintos NOC que consideren más adecuados. Reflexionarán sobre el trabajo realizado en el grupo.

Metodología La presentación de contenidos teóricos se realizará a través de la Conferencia Magistral. El desarrollo práctico se llevará a cabo mediante un taller con grupos de análisis y reflexión. (Se recomienda traer al taller el libro de la NOC, aunque hay al menos 1-2 para cada grupo)

VIII Jornadas de trabajo AENTDE: El NOC en el Proceso de Cuidados A Coruña, 20-21 de mayo de 2011 Spain

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