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The 7th Virtual Biennial International Nursing Conference

Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Indonesia (virtual mode)
binc@ui.ac.id
Jakarta, ID

September 24, 2020 – November 16, 2020

Nurses are the frontliners of the healthcare services. Nurses touch the life of their patients through compassion and competency. As the central of healthcare services, they make a difference by creating a safer healing environment for patients and their families.

The Indonesian government has declared the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country as a national disaster, a Non-Natural Disaster. Nurses serve an important role in disaster preparedness at the local, state, and national levels through planning, education, and direct care provided during disasters. Nurses are encouraged to participate actively in all phases of disaster preparedness and response within their institutions and communities. Within their institutions, they should engage in assessment and planning prior to a disaster, responding during a crisis, and assisting with mitigating throughout the recovery phase.

Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak, the BINC Committee has decided to take the 2020 Biennial Conference to a virtual platform.

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The 6th Biennial International Nursing Conference

Le Meridien Hotel, Jakarta
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 18 - 20
Jakarta, ID

October 2, 2017 – October 4, 2017

Nurses have been becoming the integral part of the quality healthcare services. As the frontliners of the healthcare services, nurses could touch the life of their patients through compassion and skills. They could make a difference too by creating a safer healing environment for patients and their family.

Beside impacying the society, meaningful recognition would positively impact the work environment. The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) acknowledged meaningful recognition as the sixth evidence-based standard for a healthy work environment. They clearly stated that nurses must be recognised and must recognise others for the value each brings to the work of the organisation (AACN & Alisa Viejo, 2005). Thus, we need to strengthen nurses towards meaningful recognition.

We believe that meaningful recognition of nurses is powerful to encourage nurses in creating better health for individuals, society, and the environment. To that end, Faculty of Nursing Universitas Indonesia is organising its 6th Biennial International Nursing Conference 2017. The conference aims to explore various actions have been done, and need to be continued or improved to strengthen nurses towards meaningful recognition.

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