Providing a forum for education, communication and research development among nurses working in the cardiovascular arena.
The aim of the site is to promote and develop communication and knowledge among cardiovascular nurses. Contributions from cardiovascular nurses and those working and interested in the speciality are very welcome and will be accommodated. Special interest groups and educational resources are available on the “members only” pages. Links are provided to a variety of related sites.
CALLING ALL STAFF NURSES
The Irish Nurses Cardiovascular Association (INCA) would like to invite all staff nurses working within Cardiovascular disease to submit an abstract for a presentation at the above INCA Meeting on March 2nd 2019 in the Trinity Centre, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin 8.
A prize of €250 will be awarded for the best presentation.
Abstracts must adhere to the following criteria:
Maximum length for abstracts is 250 words. Any above this length will automatically be rejected. Up to 3 key references may be included if necessary.
When writing your abstract, it is suggested that you include these specific elements and components:
Closing date for Abstract is January 27th. 4 applicants will be shortlisted and notified by February 3rd. Presentation on March 2nd 2019 in Trinity Centre, St James’s Hospital.
Abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org
The required length of the presentation is strictly 15 minutes with a further 3 minutes for questions. No limit on number of slides.
Annual INCA meeting in association with the Irish Cardiac Society
The Annual INCA meeting in association with the Irish Cardiac Society- this year’s theme ‘The Cardiac Journey – from Novice to Expert’….took place in Galway on October 4th 2018.
It was a very enjoyable day with 121 attending from across the country, excellent presentations, workshops and great networking opportunities with our industry colleagues.
Thank you to all who submitted posters, they made for very interesting reading!
Congratulations to the winner for best poster: ‘Alarm Fatigue; A multicentre study of a phenomenon threatening patient safety’.
Galway University Hospital,