Recommendations of the Sixth International Conference of the Faculty of Nursing and the third of the Community Health Nursing Department – Faculty of Nursing - Mansoura University

The activities of the sixth international conference of the Faculty of Nursing and the third of the Community Health Nursing Department - Faculty of Nursing - Mansoura University concluded under the title: "Evidence-Based Practices: Where are we"?

Held from 10-11December 2019, at the Lana Grand Ball Room, Alexandria.
 
The conference was chaired by Prof. Amina El-Nemr - Dean of the Faculty of Nursing - Mansoura University and under the auspices of the League of Arab States and Prof. Ashraf Abdel Baset, President of Mansoura University and Prof. Ashraf Hafez, Vice President of Mansoura University for Graduate Studies and Research, in cooperation with the Higher Institute of Public Health - Alexandria University, the General Authority for Accreditation and Health Supervision and the Association of Graduate Faculties of Nursing.
The conference sessions were unique in that they were held in the form of seminars between a group of scientists who united to discuss the possibility of developing a strategy for applying evidence-based health practices methodology, with the aim of enhancing the quality of health care and hence improving human and community health.

 

And participated in the activities of the conference:
Prof. Ashraf Ismail, head of the General Authority for Accreditation and Health Supervision and members of its board of directors Prof. Ahmed Safwat and Prof. Abdel Hamid Attia.
 
And among the participants from the armed forces and the navy: the brigade doctor / Ahmed Al-Tawdy, head of the Military Medical Academy, and the brigade doctor / Issam Aqil, head of the medical services branch of the navy,Prof. Hadeel Jalal Al Din, Director of Quality Department, Ministry of Health and Population.
In addition to specialists in the methodology of health practices based on the evidence of the faculty members of the Department of Community Health Nursing - Mansoura University, Prof. Sahar Muhammad Suleiman - Prof. Amal Ibrahim Ahmed - Prof. Samar Al-Husseini Prof. Abeer Zakaria Professor at the Department of Nursing Administration, Faculty of Nursing. And a number of university professors in many public health, environment and clinical specialties, including:
 
Professors at Alexandria University:
 
Prof. Mohammed Al-Barawi and Prof. Ali Hassab and Prof. Manal Koura and Prof. Fahmy Sharl, Professors, of Higher Institute of Public Health, Prof. Mukhtar Youssef Professor of Environmental Studies - Institute of Graduate Studies and Research, Prof. Zakia Touma and Prof. Howaida Anas Professors of Community Health Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Prof. Nabil Dowidar is Professor of Surgery at the Medical Research Institute.
 
From Damanhur University Prof. Sahar Younis Assistant Professor of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing, Faculty of Nursing.
The conference included a specialized research exhibition in the development of clinical evidence, which is considered one of the most important ways to enhance the quality of health care, which was presented by members of the faculty of the Department of Community Health Nursing at the Faculty of Nursing - Mansoura University.
 
The conference included six scientific sessions, starting with the inaugural session that honored the speech of His Excellency Dr. Saeed Al-Hadi, Minister Plenipotentiary and Director of the Department of Health and Humanitarian Aid - at the League of Arab States, who delivered a speech on behalf of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, and his Excellency referred to the Arab Health Ministers Council Resolution No. 8 In March 2009, it is recommended that member states take the necessary measures to incorporate evidence-based health practices into educational and health programs.
 
Dr. Ashraf Ismail - Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for Accreditation and Health Supervision, and his Excellency indicated the efforts of the state in supporting the comprehensive health insurance system and the role of the authority in issuing standards for accrediting health institutions and registering and accrediting health facilities, as well as registering workers in these facilities. He also stressed the importance of establishments' adherence to standards to enhance the quality of sustainable health care in Egypt and evidence-based in order to achieve the principles of justice in health care, and that the authority has included evidence-based health practices in the standards for accrediting health facilities. He also indicated that the authority has a role in monitoring that health facilities are able to adhere to achieving standards in a sustainable manner, through an audit system in all aspects of facility management and clinical procedures based on health evidence-based practices. The obligation of health facilities and their employees to implement standards and guidelines is to work on influencing the convictions of health workers and maximize their research and clinical skills, as the application of this system has become inevitable and not optional.
 
And His Excellency Major General Dr. Ahmed Al-Tawdi, head of the Military Medical Academy, stressed the importance of establishing a higher health council in Egypt that includes all health and educational institutions entrusted with providing health services and education to health care providers so that we can join efforts and expertise to achieve the highest quality standards in health care.
 
The scientific sessions of the conference continued, which were agreed in its recommendations that the topics discussed play an important role in achieving Egypt's strategy 2030, and one of its most important goals is to achieve justice in providing comprehensive health care to all groups and individuals of society with high quality alike. The conference recommended inevitably Evidence-based practice methodology applied.
 
The conference sessions resulted in recommendations that included:
 The need for national clinical guidelines based on evidence
 Apply evidence-based health practices methodology
 The need to develop a health data system and disease registration in Egypt, as well as create electronic applications to facilitate informed decision-making, whether clinical or health-related decisions and strategies for health programs based on scientific evidence and accurate data.
 In addition to the necessity of having binding policies and legislations for members of the health team by applying national clinical guidelines based on the evidence, which in turn preserves the rights and safety of patients and on the other hand the rights of members of the health team.
 Professor Dr. Sahar Mohamed Suleiman, Professor at the Faculty of Nursing - Mansoura University added that one of the most important requirements for evidence-based health practices methodology is to qualify students during the first university stage by studying the foundations of this methodology with appropriate teaching methods for it, and that it is necessary to apply existing education standards skills as an essential element in teaching evidence-based health practices methodology.
 On the other hand, Prof. Mokhtar Yusef, Professor at the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research - Alexandria University and former Vice President of the University for Graduate Studies and Research, stressed the importance of studying this methodology at the postgraduate level to graduate specialists in this field, and recommended the use of the European system For points accredited to open the way for the completion of studies and student exchanges with European countries that are in need of manpower.
 His Excellency Major General Doctor / Issam Aqil called for developing a strategy for cooperation between academic strongholds and health institutions in the field of applying evidence-based health practices methodology, to include training plans in this field.
 On the other side, Prof. Nabil Dowidar that there are many challenges that may face the application of this methodology, including the absence of the role of scientific entities in various disciplines, the most important of which is the development of guidelines for clinical practices for each discipline, as well as in developed countries. He also pointed to the need to study the gap in Egyptian society with regard to all aspects of the requirements for applying this desired methodology.
 The conference sessions concluded that a higher body should be created to work on the application of evidence-based health practices methodology in the Egyptian health community, with the concerted relevant bodies of higher education and health.

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