10th International Family Nursing Conference

10th International Family Nursing Conference will convene as planned!


We are pleased to send you the 2nd announcement of 10th InternationalFamily Nursing Conference,whcih will be taken place at the Kyoto International Conference Center from June 25th to 27th, 2011.

The theme of the 10th Conference will be: Making Family Nursing Visible. We hope that the conference will make world commitments of family health promotion visible through presentation of each region's practice and projects, and allow us to share these knowledge and experiences.

10th International Family Nursing Conference (IFNC2011)

Theme: Making Family Nursing Visible: From Knowledge Building to Knowledge Translation
Date: June 25th - 27th, 2011
Venue: Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, Japan
Website: http://www.ifnc2011.org/
Organizer: Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing
Cooperation given by: International Family Nursing Association

Speakers of IFNC2011 (tentative)

Keynote Speech 1:
Speech from the President of International Family Nursing Association
Title: Integrating Genomics into Family Nursing Research and Teaching:
Why it Matters and Strategies for Success
Speaker: Marcia Van Riper, Ph.D, RN (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)


Marcia Van Riper
Keynote Speech 2
Title: WHO Europe Family Health Nurse Project: Planning, implementation, evaluation and new perspectives.
Speaker: Bente Sivertsen, RN, MsN(Former Policy Adviser ,Nursing and Midwifery European Region of WHO Chief Professional Nursing Officer, Danish Nurses Organization)


Bente Sivertsen
Keynote Speech 3:
Speech from a founding member of the Journal of Family Nursing Editorial Board
Title: Return of the "Intimate Outsider" - Current Trends and Issues in Family Nursing Research, Revisited
Speaker: Lawrence H. Ganong, RN, Ph.D (University of Missouri, USA)


Lawrence H. Ganong
Speech from the Chairperson of 10th International Family Nursing Conference
Title: Supporting families in suffering: Program development and Clinical Trials
Speaker:
Michiko Moriyama, RN, Ph.D
(Hiroshima University, Japan)



Michiko Moriyama
Speech from the Chairperson of Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing, 18th Annual Meeting
Speaker:
Naohiro Hohashi, Ph.D, RN, PHN
(Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Japan)



Naohiro Hohashi
Opening Speech
Title: Family Life & Family Development in Japan
Speaker: Sumiko Maehara, RN, NM, Ph.D (Kyoto Tachibana University, Japan)




Sumiko Maehara
Special Lecture
Title:Spiritual Bonds Between Patient and One's Family: Death and Great Compassion in Buddhism
Speaker: Naoki Nabeshima, Ph.D (Ryukoku University, Japan)

Naoki Nabeshima
Main Session "Visualizing Family Nursing through Education"
Main Session 1
Title: Family Nursing Curriculum: Development for Undergraduate Education
Speaker: Donna Miles Curry, RN, Ph.D, PCNS-BC (Wright State University, USA)




Donna Miles Curry
Title: Graduate-level Educational Methods in Family Health Care Nursing for Advanced Nursing Practice
Speaker: Naohiro Hohashi, Ph.D, RN, PHN(Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Japan)




Naohiro Hohashi
Main Session "Visualizing Family Nursing through Policies"
Main Session 2
Title: Primary Health Care from FN Perspective: European approach
Speaker: Ian Murray



Main Session "Visualizing Family Nursing through Policies"
Main Session 3
Title: Family Interviewing Skills: How to Integrate Skills into Various Practice Settings. How to Move Beyond Basic Skills
Speaker: Maureen Leahey, RN, Ph.D(University of Calgary, Canada)



Maureen Leahey
Main Session "Visualizing Family Nursing through Translatioal Research"
Main Session 4
Title: Success, Barriers and Challenges in Family Nursing USA: Theory, Practice, Research and Education

Shirley Hanson, RN PMHNP, Ph.D FAAN, CFLE, MFT
(Oregon Health & Science University, USA)
Joanna Rowe Kaakinen, RN, Ph.D
(University of Portland, USA)
Deborah Padgett Coehlo, Ph.D, RN, PNP
(Juniper Ridge Clinic in Bend, USA)



Main Session 5
Title: Innovative Models of Family Centered Care: Implementing into Clinical Practice

Suzanne Feetham, Ph.D, RN, FAAN
(University of Wisconshin, Milwaukee, USA)
Neille Robinson, MS, RN, FAAN
(Children's National Medical Center, USA)
Rhonda R. Foster, Ed.h, MPH, MS, RN, NEA-BC
(Children's Hospital of Michigan, USA)
 
Puangtip Chaiphibalsarisdi,
RN, Ph.D
(Saint Louis College, Thailand)
Panta Apiruknapanond,
RN, Ph.D
(Chulabhorn Institute, Thailand)
Kathleen J. Sawin,
Ph.D, CPNP-PC, FAAN
(University of Wisconsin, USA)



Joint Session with Japan Association of Family Therapy
Title: An Introduction of Client-Centered Systemic Approach(CCSA)
Speaker: Shin-Ichi Nakamura,M.D.(President of Japan Association of Family Therapy, Japan)

Title: Medical Family Therapy
Speaker: Toshiyuki Watanabe M.D.(Takasaki University of Health and Welfare, Japan)

Title: Narrative Psycho-education, Japanese style
Speaker: Yasunaga Komori, M.D.(Aichi Cancer Center, Central Hospital, Department of Palliative care, Japan)

Speaker: Maureen Leahey, RN, Ph.D(University of Calgary, Canada)

Maureen Leahey
Speaker: Haruko Shimimori, Ph.D(Shizuoka University, Japan)



Round Table from CEOs
Title: New Direction of Family Nursing: Future in Family Nursing
Speaker: From WHO Europe
From IFNA
From JARFN



Meet the textbook authors
 
Dr.J Bell Dr.L Wright H Watanabe Dr.M Leahey
 
 
  Dr.S Hanson Dr.D Coehlo Dr.J Kaakinen

and more, will add soon.

For More Information on IFNC2011

Pre-conference

Those who wish to attend the pre-conference can register in the Registration page.

*The registration for pre-conference does not include fee payment. The pre-conference fee should be paid in Japanese yen in the venue at the day of the pre-conference. (3,000 JPY/ per session)

Room Campus Plaza Kyoto 4th floor
The 2nd lecture room The 3rd lecture room The 4th lecture room
June 24th
A.M.
[Session 1]
Developing Your Family Based Research Proposal


Marcia Van Riper Marcia Van Riper, Ph.D, RN
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Kathleen A. Knafl,Ph.D
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
[Session 2]
Strategies for Assessing, Intervening, and Evaluating Family Health Promotion Using Community-Based Participatory Research Methods


Perri J. Bomar, RN, Ph.D
University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA
[Session 3]
Group Learning on CFAM/CFIM:
Making a Drama of Family Suffering


Nami Kobayashi, RN,PHN,Ph.D
Kitasato University, Japan
June 24th
P.M.
[Session 4]
Spirituality and Illness:
How to Move Families From Suffering to Flourishing, to Healing


Lorraine M. Wright, RN, Ph.D
University of Calgary, Canada
[Session 5]
Narrative Research with Families by Using Interpretive Phenomenology: Strategies for Design and Conduct


Catherine A. Chesla, RN. DNSc, FAAN
University of California, USA

Post-conference

Those who wish to attend the post-conference can register in the Registration page.
* Visit to University Hospital.
* Visit to General Hospital and Facility Covered by Long-Term Care Insurance.
* Visit to Nursing Educational Institution.

Registration Information

Online Registration will be available until May 20, 2011.

Registration for the 10th International Family Nursing Conference (IFNC)
and Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing, 18th Annual Meeting (JARFN)

 
Late Registration

IFNA (International Family Nursing Association) non-members

40,000 JPY
IFNA (International Family Nursing Association) members
36,000 JPY
Full-time Students (Undergraduate/Graduate)
30,000 JPY
    *JPYJapanese Yen
    *10th IFNC and 18th JARFN will be held concurrently.

Inquiries

Secretariat of the 10th International Family Nursing Conference
Inter Group Corp. Inter G Bldg, 3-20-1 Toyosaki, Kita-ku, Osaka 531-0072, Japan


TEL: +81-6-6372-3051  FAX: +81-6-6376-2362
E-mail: ifnc2011@intergroup.co.jp