David Rice, PhD, RN, NP, NEA-BC is the Director of Nursing Education, Evidence Based Practice, and Research at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, CA. David joined City of Hope in July 2013. He and his staff develop and apply cross-disciplinary education programs to keep clinical providers current on evidence-based best practices, clinical techniques, standards, and emerging technologies unique to their clinical discipline. Davidâ€™s clinical and research interests include hematologic malignancies, hematopoietic cell transplantation, cancer chemotherapy / immunotherapy, immuno-oncology, psycho-oncology, healthcare disparities, and improving the quality of cancer care for LGBT patients and families. David participates in national consortia of comprehensive cancer centers which address quality initiatives, nurse sensitive indicators (establishing a national benchmark for the incidence of vesicant chemotherapy extravasation), and developing a core curriculum to train nurses in safe chemotherapy administration.
Yoshiko HASEBE has been working at Nayoro City University School of Health Science. She is a professor of Adult Nursing, and has her expertise in evaluation and passion in improving the nursing practice. She has published many textbooks and DVDs about nursing arts in Japan
Dr. Harris completed her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and MBA from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She is an associate professor of nursing in the acute care nurse practitioner program and she practices as a neurocritical nurse practitioner. She has published more than 15 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.
Weiwen Wang has completed her DNP from University of Pittsburgh on 2012. She has been a nursing educator and medical-surgical practitioner in China and USA for over 28 years. She has five publications in peer-reviewed journals and is actively involved with professional organizations such as the Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association (AAPINA), the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA), and the Western PA ANIA Chapter. She is a reviewer for Nursing Education Today; Computers, Informatics, Nursing; and the Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Julie Crane is a Registered General Nurse with 30 years experience in Nursing and Healthcare. She is Head of the Directorate of Nursing at the University of Liverpool. Julie has been a Nurse Educator for 13 years, and has undertaken many roles within the University. In her current role she has overall responsibility for the leadership and management of a top ranking Nursing department. Julie has an MA in Health Research and is currently studying for a PhD in Educational Research â€“ Higher Education at Lancaster University, UK. Julie has varied clinical and research experience, mostly in the field of cancer care. She has maintained excellent links with clinical practice, and leads an Education Initiative in a local acute hospital Trust
Kemoh Rogers completed his PhD from City University London in 2016. He is Senior Lecturer in Nursing Sciences, School of Health Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich. He has made several presentations at national and international conferences.
Francesca is currently the Head of Nursing at the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health which is a large unit that provides a wide range of specialist fertility treatments and services. She has a special interest in gamete donation and surrogacy, and also training and development for nurses and HCA's within the fertility setting.
She has worked in various busy London units in both the NHS and private sectors and has had the opportunity to learn and develop a wide range of skills, including performing surgical sperm retrievals under consultant supervision, and assisting with the management of the fertility needs of patients diagnosed with a blood borne virus.
Francesca is an active member of the Senior Infertility Nurses Group (SING), a steering committee member of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) fertility nurses forum, a steering committee member for the annual INSIGHTS fertility nurses conference and is involved in specific APPGâ€™s (all parliamentary groups) for Womenâ€™s Health and Surrogacy.
Marianne K. Thygesen has completed her PhD at the age of 49 years from University of Southern Denmark, she has held a position as assistant professor, and is now associate professor at the same place. She has published thirteen peer-revised papers in reputed journals as well as published work in regard to health technology assessment and new developments in questionnaires, and she has presented own research at more than twenty conferences. She has herself been serving as a peer-reviewer in her research field.
Marianne K. Thygesen(Research Area)
Communication as pre-rehabilitation of patients in cancer trajectories, and patient reported experiences and outcomes collected and managed using qualitative and quantitative research. In the translational field she has a focus on the art of transition of knowledge from research to clinical practice.
Irene Burguillo has completed her Bachelorâ€™s degree in Occupational Health Nursing and Health and Safety MasterÂ´s studies in the University of Spain.
She collaborates as an Occupational Health nurse advisor with Optima Health in the UK delivering health talks related to health promotion and health surveillance and as an Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner with Medycsa and Geseme in Spain.
She has also been a nurse team manager in the NHS and has delivered leadership and coaching courses in the UK.
Ms. Al-Shualah has completed her MSN degree from University of Dammam with a first-class honor. She is section head leading Nursing Education & Training, Royal Commission Hospital in Jubail Saudi Arabia. She has published in many national and international journals, lately was in the show edition of Arab Health Magazine. She has also participated in many national and international conferences. She is a member in â€œSaudi Heart Associationâ€, â€œThe Saudi Critical Care Societyâ€ and â€œEuropean Society of Cardiologyâ€.
Dr Kaur has travelled widely and participated in several International conferences. In a bid to help undergrads de-stress, she has picked up Stress Management and Traditional Meditation Practices. She was invited to conduct a workshop on Stress management in Philadelphia- Stress Management Summit 2015. In Amsterdam, she conducted a workshop on Chanting Mantras during an International conference on Nursing Global 2016. In Dubai 2017, she exchanged her views on Traditional Medicines. She has also published articles like SLEEP: THE SCIENCE OF MIND AT REST and TRADITIONAL MEDICINES AND THE SAFETY ISSUES. At home, Dr Kaur is known for delivering counselling sessions for undergrads on de-stressing.
Herself, regular at performing these meditative exercises, she has a vision to target the spiritual self of the person for she believes that medication is available for body and to some extent mental ailments but soul and spiritual health needs to be achieved with practices like meditation.
Mohammed Al-Breiki is a senior nurse in emergency department in university hospital. He was graduated from University of Southampton, with a degree of master in nursing science (Advanced clinical practice). He established a nurse educator program in University Hospital after completing higher education. Additionally, he is involved in the training of nurses in the following program; trauma course for nurses, Basic life support (BLS) and triage system of emergency patients. His initiative work is directed towards improving and optimising the provision of care to the trauma patients. He has recently published one article title as â€œPermissive hypotensive resuscitation in adult patients with traumatic haemorrhagic shock: A systematic reviewâ€ in European Journal of trauma and Emergency Surgery