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The following programme is current, however subject to change.

Thursday 28 September


0730  Registration
0930  Mihi Whakatau / Opening – Dr Jane O’Malley
1030  Morning Tea – sponsored by NZASH
1100  Maximizing entry to practice: Preparing new graduates for the ‘Real World’ –  Judy Duchscher– supported by Mercy Hospital
1200  Lunchsponsored by Orion Health
1300  Concurrent session one

Theme1300 - 13251330 - 13551400 - 14251430 - 1455
Technology101
Louise Allen
The impact of face-to-face and web-based simulation on patient deterioration and patient safety
201
Elyse Coffey

Nursing students perceptions of high-fidelity simulation
301
Julie Bowen-Withington
Simulation technology in nursing education: Where to from here?
401
Mary Gillespie
Simulation experiences for distance education students: How do we do that?
Transition102
Ari Neocleous
“There’s more than one way to skin a cat” peer mentoring: Promoting safety in nursing.
202
Cris Algoso
Undergraduate assistant in nursing (AIN) employment in aged care and preparedness for clinical practice
302
Jayne Hartwig
Walking alongside graduates: The development of our post-graduate transition support buddy role
402
Dianne Barnhill
Evaluation of a preceptorship programme
Transformation103
Metua Daniel-Atutolu
Transformational nursing practice through Pasifika cultural immersion and self-identity and connection
203
Samantha Heath
Factors influencing nurses’ engagement with PDRP: Clue for transforming future outcomes
303
Sam Walsh & Julie-Anne Martyn
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander continuing education on country
403
Kerri Arcus & Ruth Crawford
Kia Ora Hauora: Enthusing secondary school students about a nursing career
Transition104
Annie Kane
Internationally qualified nurses (IQNs) and preceptor support for transition into New Zealand nursing practice
204
Deborah Cook & Jacinda King
Supporting internationally qualified nurses to transition to New Zealand nursing practice
304
Jenny Wraight
Transitioning registered nurses with english as an alternative language (EAL) into an english-speaking health environment
404
Yangama Jokwiro
Improving students’ experiences and retention in advanced standing pathways of a bachelor of nursing in Australia
Transformation105
Isabel Jamieson
Transforming nursing education and learning: An innovative way to attract men into nursing
205
Nicole Coombs
Reciprocal peer tutoring in nursing education: Back to the future
305
Pam Foster & Adam Proverbs
Initiatives to improve students’ perceptions of working with older adults
405
Jane Walker
Students’ perception of a bachelor of nursing clinical fellowship
Poster Presentations106
Shannon Bakon
Cath Tuohy & Sandra Jones
Cassie Cartensen
Chelsea Willmott
206
Linda Christian
Tania Iurcu, Dayna Hollings & Michelle Evans
Claire Minton
Patricia McClune-Trust

306
Emma Collins
Julie Beck
Emma Collins
Wendy Blair


406
Chris Gaul
Becky Conway
Kathy Trezise
Adam Proverbs
Kerry Davis
Transformation107
Alan Beasley
“This is Me”; Evaluating life history work education provided for health professionals working alongside people living with dementia
207
Ruth Crawford
Managing the emotional labour of nursing: Teachable?

307
Joanna Davison & Bev Mackay
Suicide risk assessment and simulation: What are the possibilities?
407
Margaret Vick & Gudrun Dannenfeldt
A measure of compassion in healthcare students

1500  Afternoon Tea
1530  Health informatics, what is it and why should nurses be interested? Deb Boyd
1615  Whānau – our best teachers – Taima Campbell
1700  Cocktail function
1900  Free evening

Friday 29 September


0830  Welcome
0845  Empathy: What we thought we knew and why it mattersTracy Levett-Jones – supported by Mercy Hospital
0930
The New World Kirkpatrick Model – Getting to Kirkpatrick® Levels 3 & 4:Creating Believable Value – David Dewhurst and Mark Harris
1030  Morning Tea
1100  Concurrent session two

Theme1100-11251130-1200
Transition501
Nicole Coombes
Defluffing the ‘fluffy’ subjects. A theoretical nursing course conversion for undergraduates
601
Jenny Song
Education in nursing: Now more complicated than ever


Technology502
Erin Wakefield
Perioperative nursing simulation – the why the how and the results
602
Alison Sanders & Sue Ganley
Perfect practice makes practice perfect
Transition503
Rachel Marshall
Can two become one? The tales of merging two hospitals
603
Nicky Davies
Learning the RN role In aged residential care-the impact upon 3rd year nursing students’ attitudes
Transformation504
Becky Conway
Thou shalt neither bamboozle nor bore: Transforming foundational educational in child health
604
Shannon Bakon, Martin Christensen & Lisa Wirihana
Advancing student nurse knowledge of the biomedical sciences: a mixed methods study
Transition505
May El Haddad
The time is now to define graduate nurse practice readiness
605
Jo Greenlees – Rae
Being confident in practice: The influences of confidence in new graduate nurses
Transformation506
Mary McMillan
Direction and delegation: Does evidence and policy optimise NZ registered nurses contemporary practice
606
Kylie Short
Transforming patient health education by the inclusion of an ‘understanding assessment: A review of the literature
Transformation507
Kiri Hunter
Into the wild: New graduate nurses’ experiences of professional socialisation in clinical practice
607
Patricia McClunie-Trust
He Tuapapa Matauranga: A bicultural knowledge framework for nursing practice

1200  Lunch
1300  Concurrent session three

Theme1300-13251330-13551400-1425
Transition701
Julie-Anne Martyn
What nurses know about medication safety that the 5-rights framework can’t tell
801
Helen Bingham & Tara Malone
Those with lived experience of mental health and addiction issues facilitate narrative learning in the class room
901
Liz Ditzel
Teaching clinical reasoning: the 'klinky' box activity
Technology702
Karole Hogarth
Student outcomes enhanced by immersive approach to learning pathophysiology – 3 year follow up
802
Georgina Orsborn

Creating engaging eLearning for 21st century nurses using 21st century tools
902
Amanda Scull
Calculating the MedChart factor in ED – a timing methodology
Transformation703
Elizabeth Culverwell
Conducting training is not the goal, effective implementation is
803
Linda Jackson
In-service education transforming into clinical knowledge: How does the magic happen?
903
Kathy Trezise
Dedicated what? Getting it right for students
Technology704
Danielle Spencer & Christine Baxter
Cortex: The future of collaboration, communication and visibility of clinical care
804
Maria Prendergast
Possibilities for telehealth technology to transform nursing education in one DHB
904
Andrew Grant
Engaging paediatric oncology nurses through app-based education
Transition705
Gail Foster
Nursing students and learning via a satellite campus in New Zealand - the lived experience
805
Josie Crawley & Raeleen Thompson
Sharing stories of nursing: How has rural nurses’ practice evolved?
905
Jess Domigan
New graduate RN’s preparedness to work in primary health care. Are we getting it right?
Transformation706
Heather Josland & Kaye Milligan
Interprofessional simulation in the drivers’ seat to safely deliver quality non-technical skills in undergraduate education
806
Georgia Washbourne
Registered nurses experiences of in situ simulation and clinical skill development
906
Molly Page & Belinda McGrath
Putting the science into nursing
Transition707
Rebecca Fairclough
Classical style training for new age nurses
807
Jayne Hartwig
Sharing the transition journey of nurses and midwives using creative reflections
907
Johanna Rhodes & Mary McMillan
Mask-Ed. Transforming teaching, a quintet experience

1430  “In the shade of the Pohutukawa Tree” – a personal journey through Nursing and Nursing Education  Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann
1515  Afternoon Tea
1545  Concurrent session four

Theme1545-16101615-1640
Transition1001
Heidi Ashcroft & Mary Gillespie
Addressing challenges in teaching biosciences in nursing education using the oxygen supply and demand framework
1101
Karole Hogarth
Embedding simulation into an undergraduate nursing curriculum using sequenced educational events
Technology1002
Emma Collins
ePortfolios in an undergraduate nursing program: Evaluation of implementation
1102
Liz Manning, Jill Wilkinson & Kristina Hoeppner
Nurseportfolio: Where practice, education and regulation unite
Transition1003
Johanna Rhodes & Mary McMillan
Interprofessional education: Breaking down silos
1103
Helen Bingham
An educational intervention to decrease stigmatising attitudes of undergraduate nurses towards people with mental health issues
Transformation1004
Lisa Sealey & Nerralie Shaw
Developing skills and a collaborative culture in paediatric critical care
1104
Tracey Bruce & Kirsten Gunn
An evaluation of an inaugural child health acceleration programme (CHAP)
Transition1005
Isabel Jamieson
Why transition to a nursing career via a fast track option?
1105
Deborah Sims & Kate Stimpson
Transitioning from an old curriculum to a new curriculum: Integrating the clinical reasoning cycle and ‘fit for purpose’ avatars.
1006
Bev MacKay & Jane Anderson
ePortfolios enforce transparency in supporting and assessing clinical competence of undergraduate nursing studens
1106
Joanne Agnew
Demographics and trends in career choice of undergraduate nursing students: A ten-year longitudinal study

1640  Close
1900  Conference dinner – Transitional Cathedral

Saturday 30 September


0830  Welcome
0845  Historical Imagination: The Past is Always Present Pamela Wood
0930  Eyes Shut Mind open … Maggie Meeks
1015  Passing the Baton
1030  Morning Tea
1100  Concurrent session five

Theme1100-11251130-11551200-12251230-1255
Transformation1201
Christine Wilkinson
Clients are our most important textbook and our best mentors

1301
Jayne Hartwig
Taking our first steps together: An inter-professional and inter-generational approach to transition support
1401
Johanna Rhodes & Mary McMillan
Moulage using everyday household items: Transitioning the gap between simulated learning and genuine clinical events
Transformation1202
Julia Laing
Flipping first years! Flipped classrooms for novice nursing students
1302
Shannon Bakon & Sharon Ragau
Halt! Incident management: increasing awareness of humanistic factors
1402
Beverley Burrell
Intervention mapping (IM): Designing a self- management programme for older people with long term conditions
1502
Josleen Itayi
Small changes, Big difference: Improving auditing knowledge and resources
Transition1203
Isabel Jamieson
Transitioning to being a professional: Interprofessional clinical placement – nursing with speech language therapy (SLT) students
1303
Leona Robertson & Philippa Seaton
Optimising learning in Interprofessional simulation programmes and sustaining simulation-based education into the future
1403
Sue Gemmell & Julie Beck
It takes a whole avenue to raise an enrolled nurse: Transforming nursing education through constructivism
1503
Alexa Hantler & Kathy Monson
Looking back at five years of a blended online BN curriculum from a faculty perspective
Transforming1204
Emma Collins
Creating a positive learning environment – The CAPLE project
1304
Karen Missen
Are new registered nursing graduates adequately prepared to be competent practitioners? A victorian study
1404
Louise Allen
Breaking down the barriers to effective preceptor-student feedback practices in clinical nursing education
1504
Emma Ogden
Is it ACE? The influence of the advanced choice of employment scheme of new graduates' decisions to accept a position in the nurse entry to specialist practice in mental health and addictions programme
Technology1205
Liz Ditzel
Using adobe connect in a Year 1 course: The student experience
1305
Lucy Seldon
Nurses use of non-pharmacological methods to relieve children's paid post operatively: A pilot study
1405
Neil Hellewell & Phil Garing
Having the learner curate their learning
1505
Linda Deravin
Using technology to prepare students for new graduate interviews
Transition1206
Chris Gaul
Initiatives aimed at retaining ethnically diverse student nurses on undergraduate nursing programmes
1306
Jan Liddell
Origins of the word Kaiawhina
1406
Clare Buckley & Elaine Papps
Sickness presenteeism: Nurses sick and at work – are educators aware and should we be concerned?
1506
Kerri Arcus
Teaching cultural safety: Fear of getting it wrong
Transition1207
Jean Ross and Josie Crawley
Student nurse ambassadors for healthy communities: What does community development practice look like?
1307
Rachel Clarke
Transitioning to practice; New graduate use of health assessment skills. An update on findings
1407
Julie Shaw
From student to graduate – streamlining the student learning continuum
1507
Jenny Wraight
Transitioning students into the role of registered nurses: What academia can learn from clinical

1300  Lunch
1345  Panel – What does out future look like?  Isobel Jamieson, Cathy Andrew, Judy Duchscher, Brian Dolan, Tracy Levett-Jones & Maggie Meeks
1445  Evaluation and closing
1500 Close