The Nursing Research Symposium is a celebration of the nursing profession and of the grant recipients of the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s nursing research grants.
The theme this year is: The importance of caring
For a good nurse-patient relationship, caring is crucial. But to better understand and translate the patient’s needs, how can nurses lead caring practices, while preserving the patient’s dignity and under-standing the patient’s suffering? Based on their experience in the clinic and from extensive research pro-jects, the speakers of this year’s symposium will share their in-depth knowledge on the importance of caring. The Nursing Research Symposium is a celebration of the nursing profession and the grant recipi-ents of the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s nursing research grants. It also offers an excellent opportunity to network, share knowledge and experience international speakers.
The Nursing Research Symposium is a celebration of the nursing profession and the grant recipients of the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s nursing research grants. It also offers an excellent opportunity to net-work, share knowledge and experience international speakers.
We will round off the day with a reception, where participants can network further.
Upon registration, please indicate if you have any dietary requests.
The deadline for registration is Thursday 13 April.
The event will be held at: Novo Nordisk Foundation, Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup
Programme for Nursing Research Symposium 2022
- 09.30-10.00: Registration and coffee
- 10.00-10.10: Welcome and opening remarks by Senior Scientific Manager Rikke Vibeke Nielsen and Committee Chair Mary Jarden
- 10.10-10.40 Caring for the patient and family by Professor Patricia Benner, University of California (pre-recorded video)
- 10.40-11.20 Care of the patient attuned to the lifeworld, wellbeing and its absence by Professor Kathleen Galvin, University of Brighton, UK
- 11.20-11.40 Break
- 11.40-12.20 More than ever, care in nursing is essential – integrating a welfare state and a caring science perspective by Professor Charlotte Delmar, Aarhus University, DK
- 12.20-12.35 The Novo Nordisk Foundation’s grant giving activities within nursing research by Professor and Committee Chair Mary Jarden
- 12.35-13.30 Lunch
- 13.30-13.50 Programme Introduction: Strengthening first-time fathers´ engagement in early parenthood when having a premature infant.
Nursing Research Programme 2022, by Professor Anne Brødsgaard, Amager-Hvidovre University Hospital
- 13.50-14.40 Project Presentations by Grant Recipients of the Novo Nordisk Foundations PhD Scholarship and Postdoc Fellowship Grants 2022 in Nursing Research
- 14.40-15.00 Programme Status: FACE-IT a randomised controlled trial and process evaluation of a co-created, cross-sectoral health promotion programme for women with prior gestational diabetes and their families.
Nursing Research Programme 2017, by Professor Helle Maindal, Aarhus University/Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen
- 15.00-15.10 Closing Remarks by Professor Pia Dreyer, Aarhus University, Member of the Nursing Research Committee
- 15.10-16.00 Reception and networking