About INSympoFest 2018
International Nursing Student Symposium and Festival (INSympoFest) is fully aware that nursing students should not only focus on the importance of academic merits, but it also highly supports nursing students’ talents, hence the various competitions are held in this event. This program would like to stimulate nursing students, as our future nurses, to unleash their potentials and to generously share them with the other students regardless of their backgrounds, regions, or nations. This hopes that participants would maintain the spirit of striving and working hand-in-hand to make significant contributions for nursing and the world.
The 3rd International Nursing Student Symposium and Festival 2018 (INSympoFest 2018) is especially created for undergraduate (diploma and bachelor) and graduate (master and doctoral) nursing students across Indonesia and beyond and continuously aimed to foster their research, scientific, and art works in nursing.
The theme of this program is “Healthy Nurse Maintain Well-Being”, which is to encourage them to learn their meaning as future healthy nurses, strive for the best, and maintain well-being the world. Students learn this meaning by gathering knowledge and experience from keynote speakers and by sharing research, innovation, speech, artworks, and culture.
The subtheme themes of The 3rd INSympoFest 2018 are divided into several issues are following:
- Nursing practice innovation
- Cross-culture identity in nursing practice
- Women, children, and family wellness
- Aging and palliative nursing care
- Bio-behavioral health science
- Management health system
The 3rd INSympoFest 2018 speakers in conjunction with the 2nd International Nursing Scholars Congress (INSC 2018)
Professor Patricia Davidson, Ph.D., M.Ed., R.N., F.A.A.N.
Dean of School of nursing the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, US. A global leader and researcher in cardiac health for women, vulnerable populations and chronic conditions and developer innovative models of transitional care
“Pre-service Preparation Issues to Achieve Healthy Nation”
Professor of Mental Health and Director of Research School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, The University of Manchester, UK. An global expert in developing, testing and evaluating innovative approaches to service delivery psychological interventions and organisation of primary mental health care.
“Healty Nurse Management”
Agus Setiawan, S.Kp., M.N., D.N.
Dean of Faculty of Nursing Universitas Indonesia.
“Faculty of Nursing Universtas Indonesia Contribution for Healthy Nation”
“The Role of WHO in ensuring the Quality of Pre-service Education”