EuroHeartCare 2018

07 - 09 June 2018, Dublin - Ireland

Session Details

Oral abstract session - Doctoral Students
Sat 09 Jun 08:30 - 10:00 Cardiovascular Nursing Abstract Session Davis Theater -
Chairpersons: Sharon O'DONNELL (Dublin, Ireland), Tina HANSEN (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Learning Objectives: The winner of each session will receive the Best Oral Abstract Presentation Award Diploma and free registration to EuroHeartCare 2019. - This session contains eight oral presentations. Presenters are students of doctoral studies and come from different countries. Through their presentations, presenters will guide the participants through the course of their work to the results of the research. After the presentation, the participants will be able to ask questions and be able to: 1. Understand that nursing research contributes to improving the quality of care for our patients and to the professional development of nursing. 2. Appreciate the presentation of the course of research as models of specifically guided acquisition of new insights into good clinical practice. 3. Discuss new advancements and implement them in their own everyday practice. 4. Appreciate the patient's perception of health and their preferences in defining the goals of care.

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List of Presentations

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08:52208Readmission and differences in self-reported health and lifestyle factors after heart valve surgeryBritt BORREGAARD (Odense C, Denmark)
09:03209Home based cardioversion in the NetherlandsGeert HENGSTMAN (Hengelo, Netherlands)
09:15210Discontinuation of drug treatment due to side effects after first-time percutaneous coronary intervention: a patient perspective.Trond PETTERSEN (Kleppesto, Norway)
09:26211The effectiveness of an avatar-based education application on knowledge and response to heart attack symptoms-A pragmatic randomised trial in patients with acute coronary syndrome Jintana TONGPETH (Adelaide, Australia)
09:37212Predicting in-hospital functional decline in older patients who are admitted for acute cardiovascular disease: a prospective cohort studyBastiaan VAN GROOTVEN (Leuven, Belgium)
09:48213Disparities in cardiovascular risk factors among immigrants in Australia: Evidence from a large population-based cohortKai JIN (Carlton, Australia)