The 1st Hellenic Conference of Perianeshtesia Care
1Chair of the 1st Hellenic Conference of Perianeshtesia Care, General Oncology Hospital “Agios Savvas”, 11522 Athens, Greece
DOI: 10.22514/sv.2021.150 Vol.17,Issue 5,September 2021 pp.158-164
Submitted: 27 August 2021 Accepted: 05 September 2021
Published: 08 September 2021
Pandemic Covid-19 had a major impact on PeriAnesthesia Nurses worldwide. PACU Nurses had to deal with unfamiliar conditions. In Greece, this pandemic has highlighted the importance of PeriAnesthesia Nursing in all areas, such as Intensive Care Units, Emergency Rooms and Clinics.
Major intention of the Hellenic PeriAnesthesia Nursing Organization through this conference is to strengthen its members continuing education and the promotion of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, as well as Perioperative Nursing in Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit.
Organizing the 1st Hellenic Conference of PeriAnesthesia Care in 2021 will boost Nurses participation, contribution and development in this very important scientific fields, such as:
• Ethical dilemmas in Perianesthesiology Nursing
• Pre-hospital Anesthesia
• Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
• Vascular access
• Management of acute and chronic pain
• Minimally Invasive Surgery and postoperative pain management
Clinical Scenarios and roundtables with international participation will provide information and knowledge in various topic, as well as sessions with experts in the field of PeriAnesthesia Nursing will give the opportunity to advance and generate interaction between the speakers and the delegates.
Maria Kapritsou. The 1st Hellenic Conference of Perianeshtesia Care. Signa Vitae. 2021. 17(5);158-164.
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