Online Panel on “Nursing with Clinical, Field and Cultural Dimensions in COVID-19 Outbreak” Was Held in Our University
An online panel on “Nursing with Clinical, Field and Cultural Dimensions in COVID-19 Outbreak” was held within the scope of May 12-18 Nursing Week activities at our university.
Rector Prof. Dr. Ali Akdoğan, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Prof. Dr. Nülüfer Erbil, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Prof. Dr. Öznur Ergen Akçin, academic staff and students from our university and various universities participated in the online panel program organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Prof. Dr. Nülüfer Erbil, who made the opening speech of the program, stated “This year, the COVID-19 outbreak made nurses and nursing much more visible. We have been talking about nurses more than ever before. In this process, nurses are fighting very importantly because they are closest to the patient. I hope that these efforts of nurses contribute to the solution of their problems.
Rector Prof. Dr. Ali Akdoğan who stated that nursing is a sacred profession which requires to be able to do the job with love, respect and devotion and has maintained its value and dignity throughout history added “I congratulate May 12 Nurses Day of our esteemed nurses who work at our University's Research and Application Hospital, which performs an honorable and holy profession in the protection of public and human health, Our faculty members who train future nurses in our Faculty of Health Sciences, our Nursing students and all our nurses who fulfill their profession with love, respect and devotion in every corner of our country”.
After the opening speeches, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurgül Bölükbaş moderated the programme, whose panelists were Arzu Hendekçi, Ordu State Hospital Responsible Nurse of Anesthesia and Reanimation Unit, Nigar Bağdatlıoğlu, Altınordu District Health Directorate Child, Adolescent, Woman and Reproductive Health Unit Responsible Nurse, Prof. Dr. Gülbu Tanrıverdi, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Nursing.
Listeners were informed about “Nursing practices in intensive care and reanimation unit in COVID-19 disease, filiation studies that have an important role in preventive health services in COVID-19 epidemic, relationships between culture and health behaviors in COVID-19 epidemic, and nursing and culture interaction.”
The online panel program, which continued with question and answer, ended after acknowledging panelists.