Faculty of Nursing hosts the “Global Transformation and Disruptive Innovation” Conference

20 December 2019

Faculty of Nursing

CMU’s Faculty of Nursing will host the 23rd East Asian Forum of Nursing on “Global Transformation and Disruptive Innovation” and is a stage for nursing scholars, doctoral degree students, nurses and public health officers to exchange their knowledge and ideas about current trends and research in nursing.

This international conference will be on January 10 – 11, 2020 and is expected to receive 1,200 participants from 26 countries including Australia, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, North Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Islands surround U.S.A.
and Vietnam.

CMU’s President Clinical Professor Niwes Nantachit, M.D. will preside over the opening ceremony, Mr. Charoenrit Sagnuansat, Governor of Chiang Mai Province will provide the welcoming remarks and Professor Dr. Wipada Kunawiktikul, Dean, Faculty of Nursing will speak about the objectives of the conference.

During the 2 day conference, special lectures on various topics will be held;
1. “Global Transportation: Its Effects on Graduate Nursing Education” by Professor Dr. Teresa Stone from New Castle University, Australia.
2. “Quantum Nursing Modeling, Stimulating and Enhancing Performance through Technology” by Professor Dr. Charles Docherty from Aga Khan University, Pakistan.
3. “Doctoral Writing, Research and Publication: How to Achieve Quality” by Professor Dr. Joachim G.Voss from Case Western Reserve University, U.S.A.
4. “Disruptive in Innovation: Nursing in a Technologically Demanding World of Health Care” by Professor Dr. Rozzano C. Locsin from Tokushima University, Japan.
5. “Leading Health Innovation” by Professor Emerita Dr. Gwen Sherwood from
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, U.S.A.
6. “The Future of Nursing Scholars: Present Realities and Future Trends” by Professor Dr. Jane Conway from University of New England, Australia.

3 main discussion topics are tabled to be discussed by 25 professionals from National Taiwan University, National University of Singapore, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Chiang Mai University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Johns Hopkins University and Kansai Medical University:
1. Achieving a Doctoral Through Qualitative/Quantitative Research
2. Becoming a Scholar: Doctoral Students’ Pathway to Success
3. Achieving a Doctoral through Mixed Methods/Combined Research

Doctoral degree students will also hold a discussion on “Working together and Network’s Activities including Target Setting for Success” and “Encouragement for Progress of Doctoral Degree International Nursing Program in Era of Global Transformation: Exchange Vision and Case Studies”. Also during the conference 187 oral research presentations will be given and 543 poster research presentations will be displayed.

This conference is supported by Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau and more information on this event can be found on www.eafons2020.com