The Conference on trends in the development of nursing specialists in intensive care was held at the Heart Center24.11.2022
On November 12, 2022, a Сonference of nursing professionals was held at the Heart Center. Special attention was paid to the exchange of experience among specialists providing treatment and care for patients in the departments of anesthesiology, resuscitation and intensive care. The event was organized in cooperation with the Corporate Fund “University Medical Center” and brought together more than 250 specialists from medical organizations of the capital.
Nursing service specialists are an integral part of the medical staff as they perform a huge workload on caring for patients. Along with doctors, they provide highly qualified medical care, adhere to continuing education and improve their skills. Thus, the nursing specialists of the Heart Center take an active part in international seminars, in the development of scientific projects, initiate conferences to exchange experience and knowledge with colleagues.
At the Conference, 25 reports were presented on topical themes, such as respiratory support, anesthesia and sedation, features of nursing care for patients, including children and newborns. Also, during the event, master classes were held on the correct performance of basic life support, algorithms of actions during the “code blue” and the basics of artificial lung ventilation.
“First of all, this Conference is important for our patients, as nursing specialists spend 90% of their time caring for them. And therefore, the success of the recovery of our patients, each of whom needs support and assistance, depends on their professionalism and experience,” shared Yuriy Pya, Director of Surgery at the Heart Center.
The development of nursing has a huge potential in improving healthcare and providing medical services. Director of nursing care at the Heart Center Askhat Tasbulatov noted that holding of such events contributes to the raising of the status of nurses, exchange of experience, cooperation of medical organizations, centralization and standardization of patient care processes in intensive care and the development of new directions set by specialists of the nursing service.