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ISNCC President Patsy’s keynote speech at the China Cancer Nurses Conference

October 4th, 2018 in ICNN Articles, International News

China Cancer Society Cancer Conference was held from August 17-20, 2018 in Shenyang, Liaoning.

Patsy Yates

President of the International Association of Oncology Care, Professor Patsy Yates of the Department of Nursing, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, brought a greeting from the International Association of Cancer Care Nurses to Chinese nurses. At the same time, she put forward the important point of the current status of pulse oncology care: nurses should carry out role transformation and provide personalized cancer treatments. Today’s cancer treatment is becoming more and more precise, and the development of technology provides a new approach to care, and nurses play a key role in ensuring the best outcomes and experiences of patients. Nurses should understand the impact of the experiences on patients, customize interventions for patients, and support patients’ self-management.

Kim Alexander

Then, Professor Kim Alexander of the Department of Nursing at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia gave a detailed explanation of this point, detailing the new approach to cancer care research – personalized symptom care. He exemplified “new measures on understanding experiences” and “new measures on test interventions”. New measures to opening a new way of thinking about cancer care. Bring together wisdom thinking, stimulate innovation vitality, enhance the connotation of disciplines, and improve the level of discipline construction.

Professor Brenda Marion Nevidjon, CEO of the American Society of Cancer Nursing, conducted an exchange on the study of the tolerant behavior of cancer nurses. The professor took the rapid changes in the cancer care industry as an entry point to deeply analyze the psychological state of cancer nurses, from three aspects: thought, behavior, and performance. Provide guidance to nurses working on cancer: strengthen self-cultivation, improve work resilience, and serve human health.

Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Prof. Margaret Hjorth from ICON Medical Group of Australia shared the Australian cancer care model with participants from the three aspects of cancer patient assessment and program development, oncology nursing professional ability training and safety skills training.

Through learning exchanges, Chinese oncology nurses have been enlightened to learn advanced cancer care knowledge and technology to improve the level of cancer care.