ILC 2022 Conference: Presentation Recordings

ILC 2022 Annual International Conference Recordings

In 2022 the ILC Annual International Conference returned to its birthplace in Oxford. This was held as hybrid live and virtual event.

The ILC 2022 Conference Theme was Fundamental Care in Times of Crises.

Over the last two years, global health and health care have been under immense strain on multiple levels, including a global pandemic, natural and humanitarian disasters, and scarce  health care resources.

This event addressed navigating the challenges of fundamental care in the past, and looking to the future for all health professionals.

The ILC 2022 Annual International Conference is the signature event for the ILC, and brings together our global community of fundamental care experts and champions from practice, research, education and policy.

This page provides a video of all presentations individually in order of the presentations over Day One and Day Two of the conference. View the ILC 2022 Conference Program for more information.

ILC 2022 Conference Presentations

Day One: Sir Michael Dixon, Principal Green Templeton College, The University of Oxford, UK
Welcome to Oxford and Official Opening of the ILC 2022 Conference

Day One: Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Queen’s Nursing Institute, UK
Keynote: Reflections on the Pandemic: Delivering the Fundamentals of Care in community settings

Day One: Professor Paul Arbon, Director, Torrens Resilience Institute, Flinders University, Australia
Keynote: Here be Dragons: Preparing for the Unthinkable

Day One: Dr Devin Carr, Chief Nursing Officer, Maine Medical Center, US
Plenary: Leading Through Crisis: Ensuring Safe Care While Managing Scarce Resources

Day One: A/Professor Ingrid Poulsen, Aarhus University Denmark
Abstract: Using National Fundamentals of Care Network in the professional and political debate of nurse shortage

Day One: Professor Susan Weeks, Texas Christian University
Abstract: Leading Beyond Nursing: Promoting the Fundamentals of Care in a Context of Scarce Health Care Resources

Day One: Professor David Richards, Department of Health and Caring Sciences, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Keynote: COVID-NURSE: Outcomes from a cluster randomised trial of fundamental care for hospitalised patients with COVID-19

Day One: Dr Mark van den Boogaard, Radboud University Medical Center
Plenary: Long-term outcomes among COVID-19 ICU patients and their family

Day One: Associate Professor, Britt Laugesen, Department of Clinical Medicine, Aalborg University, Denmark and Assistant Professor, Siri Lygum Voldbjerg, Aalborg University and Department of Nursing Education, University College North Denmark, Denmark
Abstract: Nurses’ clinical decision-making in COVID-19 pandemic wards

Day One: A/Professor Therese Avallin, Department of Surgical Sciences, Uppsala University
Abstract: Enabling well-managed pain regardless of times of crisis.

Day One: Dr Birgitte Lerbæk, Post doc in Clinical Nursing, Clinic for Internal and Emergency Medicine, and Clinical Nursing Research Unit, Denmark
Abstract: Patients’ experiences of collaborating with relatives and nurses at non-COVID-19 hospital wards during the pandemic: A qualitative study

Day Two: Margret Gudnadottir, Department of Welfare, Reykjavik City
Keynote: Reinforcing Homecare for frail elderlies

Day Two: Professor Alison Mudge, Clinical Director Education and Research, Internal Medicine and Aged Care, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Queensland Health
Keynote: Fundamentals of care for older inpatients: how do we get it right?

Day Two: Dr Lene Odgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark
Abstract: Fundamentals of Care in clinical quality databases: What is monitored and is it related to the composition of the steering committee?

Day Two: Professor Annamaria Bagnasco, Department of Health Sciences
Abstract: Integrating the Fundamentals of Care Framework in the undergraduate nursing curriculum: a mix-method study protocol involving four Italian universities

Day Two: Maiken Holm Kaldal, Aalborg University, Denmark
Abstract: Retaining newly graduated nurses in challenging workplace environments

Day Two: Assistant Professor Gianluca Catania, University of Genoa, Italy
Abstract: Fundamental Care: An Evolutionary Concept Analysis

Day Two: Professor James Buchan, University of Technology, Sydney & University of Edinburgh
Keynote: Sustain & Retain: The Global Nursing Workforce & the Pandemic

Day Two: Roisin Fitzsimons, Head of Nursing and Midwifery Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, Wellbeing and Leadership Development, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Keynote: Supporting the workforce during unprecedented times – life beyond the pandemic

Day Two: Nely Amaral, Director, Nursing Quality and Practice and Magnet Program, Mount Sinai Hospital, Sinai Health System
Plenary: Ensuring FOC Guides Provision of Care Amid COVID-19: Key Insights and Implications

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