«Nursing in the integration of care» is the theme of the 1st ULS Algarve Conference

Taking place on the 23rd and 24th of May

The 23st Nursing Days of the Algarve Local Health Unit (ULSALG) take place on the 24rd and XNUMXth of May and have the theme “Nursing in the integration of care”.

The event, aimed essentially at the area of ​​nursing, takes place in the auditorium of the Association of Hotels and Tourist Enterprises of the Algarve (AHETA), in Albufeira, and «intends to reflect on the current context of the organization of healthcare in the region, contemplating, not only hospitals, as well as all public health care units located in the 16 Algarve municipalities», as the organization explains.

Furthermore, these days aim to “talk about nursing practices, highlighting their contributions to the integration of care, as well as giving visibility to the projects developed, in different areas, by nurses at ULS. It will also be a space that aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and mobilization of skills in decision-making, allowing the continuous improvement of nursing care».

On the first day, themes organized according to the life cycle will be addressed, complementing the practices of Primary Health Care and Hospital Health Care from an integrative perspective of nursing care.

Projects will also be presented that reflect some of the contributions of nursing in the areas of maternal and obstetric, child and pediatric health and mental health, and in the management of chronic disease, disease prevention and health promotion.

On the second day, dedicated to the professionals themselves, best practices for the promotion and prevention of nurses' health will be discussed, addressing topics such as violence against professionals and the role of occupational health, complemented by a space dedicated to the dynamics group meetings and workshops, in order to provide moments of fraternization among nursing professionals.

There will also be space for the presentation of communications and/or posters, allowing the involvement of more nurses and the dissemination of more practices.