Good news! If you wish to submit an abstract to present at the next ETNA Conference, which will take place on June 19th - 21st 2019, in České Budějovice, Czech Republic, there is time until the 31st December 2018 to do so!
Visit https://www.etna2019.cz for more information!
It is my great pleasure to invite you to the 6th ETNA conference entitled,
"THE NURSING CURRICULUM NEEDS A CULTURAL REVOLUTION: THE WHY, THE HOW, THE WHAT AND THE WHEN OF A GLOBAL CULTURALLY COMPETENT CURRICULUM“
The conference will take place on the 19th to 21st June 2019 at the University of South Bohemia, in the beautiful city of České Budějovice, Czech Republic.
I invite you to visit the conference website for more information and for submitting your abstracts at https://www.etna2019.cz/
I look forward to an exciting conference. Our motto for all our conferences has always been to have fun whilst learning. The ETNA standards have always been very high. Come and join us as we chase the innovative, the provocative, the critical, the challenging, the political, the cultural, the diverse aspects of transcultural healthcare and cultural competence.
I promise you YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!
Enjoy your summer 2018 and consider submitting an abstract and registering to attend the ETNA conference.
Rena Papadopoulos, President of ETNA (European Transcultural Nurses Association (increasing global and multidisciplinary)
*SAVE THE DATE* 6th International ETNA Conference 2019
The 6th International ETNA Conference will be held in The Czech Republic at the University of South Bohemia on the 19th – 21st June 2019.
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The 5th International ETNA Conference featured in the Danish media with an article prepared by the journalist Helene Dambo who attended the wonderful ETNA conference in June 2017. Some of you also attended the conference. Hopefully it will remind you of the good time we all had and the work we promised to do on the two main themes of the conference: Migration and Healthcare technologies.
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Whether you missed the 5th International ETNA Conference in Denmark, or whether you wish to re-live all the moments from the conference, check out the live tweets during the conference in this story!
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This MOOC examines three key areas of learning:
a) intercultural communication
b) multicultural/multidisciplinary teams
c) patient safety
More specifically this MOOC will address the following:
- What is intercultural communication?
- What are the characteristics of effective intercultural communication and how can we achieve them?
- What do we mean by Multicultural/Multidisciplinary Healthcare Teams (MMHT)?
- Why is effective intercultural communication essential to MMHT?
- What challenges do MMHTs face in learning to communicate through the cultural boundaries of each other’s cultures?
- What is patient safety?
- Why do we need to be concerned about it?
- Why effective intercultural communication within MMHT is the key to patient safety?
If you are a health professional I hope that this short course will help you to reflect deeply on your practice and that of your colleagues; if you are or have been a patient, I believe that as a human being you will also benefit by reading and discussing some of the content in this course with others who are following it.
Language taught in: English (United Kingdom) with some content and discussion in Greek, Italian, Danish, Romanian.
The MOOC will start on 16th January 2017 and will last 6 weeks.