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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Home
    Descriptive info: .. IACCN.. Home.. |.. About us.. Committee.. Membership Joining Form.. News Events.. Membership.. Publications.. Links.. Contact Us.. The IACCN is committed to the professional and educational development of nurses working in Critical Care.. The Association is instrumental in providing a link with the National Planning and Development Agenda for Critical Care.. The IACCN is an Association for the Critical Care Nurse.. The AIMS OF THE IRISH ASSOCIATION OF CRITICAL CARE NURSES.. TO promote the art and science of critical care nursing with a view  ...   opportunities for the exchange of ideas among members of the association and other professional groups.. TO establish and maintain links with international organizations who have similar objectives.. TO encourage training of members in all aspects of critical care nursing, including those that embody the extended role of the nurse.. Upcoming New and Events.. Membership form.. IACCN website.. Representation of Critical Care Nurses at National Level.. More.. E:.. info@iaccn.. ie.. 2008 – Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses.. web design.. &.. development.. by.. am web..

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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - About Us
    Descriptive info: About Us.. History of IACCN.. was set up in September 1986 by a group of nurses working in critical care areas to meet with the educational needs of critical care nurses at that time.. They organised educational meetings, comprising of educational evenings, study days and an Annual Conference every year.. Today, the member of the Executive committee, with help from the regional representatives, strives to continue the work of our predecessors.. Objectives of the IACCN:.. This is a summary of the objectives listed in the constitution of the Association, which was drawn up in 1986.. To promote the art and science of critical care nursing with a view to maintaining optimal care for patients in critical care areas.. To stimulate interest in new developments.. To provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas among members of the association and other professional groups.. To establish and maintain links with international organizations who  ...   Critical Care Nurses or those interested in the specialist area of Critical Care.. Nurses must -.. Be on the live register with An Bord Altranais.. Be either actively involved in critical care nursing or relevant linked areas or have been actively involved in critical care nursing in the past; and wish to remain in contact with the specialty.. Pay an annual subscription of €40.. 00.. Membership is renewed annually.. This subscription entitles members to reduced rates when attending study days organized by the IACCN.. Why should you become a member?.. Be part of a recognized professional organization.. Benefit from networking with other critical care nurses.. Keep up to date with what is happening Nationally within Critical Care.. Regular updates on the association’s activities, study days and conferences.. Reduced cost for members to attend study days.. A contact and support link between the critical care units.. IACCN website access – for information/updates..

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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Committee
    Descriptive info: Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses.. Executive Committee Members.. Vice Chairperson.. Catherine O’Connor.. Tel: 01- 2850067.. Email:.. catherine.. b.. oconnor@gmail.. com.. Treasurer.. Siobhan O’Keeffe.. ICU, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital.. Tel: 01- 8034339.. siobhanokeeffe7@gmail.. Educational Officer.. Public Relations Officer.. Regional Public Relations Officer.. Positions Vacant..

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  • Title: IACCN2 - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Membership
    Descriptive info: Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses Membership Application / Renewal Form.. Please fill out the form below and click on 'Submit by Email' or alternatively print out a copy and mail it to us.. Name:.. Job Title/Grade:.. Department/Specialty:.. Work Address:.. Postal address for correspondence (if different from above):.. Tel: Work.. Tel: Home / Mobile.. Email address for correspondence (as written):.. *.. Please  ...   if you are prepared to be a contact person for your department.. Yes.. No.. Alternatively you can arrange payment by standing order, contact IACCN for details.. Annual membership costs € 40.. 00 and is renewable from September/Annually.. Cheque/postal order payable to the IACCN, and return the completed application form to:.. Siobhan O’Keeffe,.. Intensive Care Unit,.. Mater Misericordiae University Hospital,.. Eccles Street, Dublin 7..

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  • Title: IACCN1 - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - News & Events
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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Publications
    Descriptive info: Abstract presented by Barbara McManus for the 5th World Congress on Pedicatric Critical Care, June 24-28 2007 Geneva, Switzerland, Book of Abstracts.. It was published in:.. (2007) Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 8 (3), Supplement, A210.. HOW TO ENHANCE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS OF PAEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE NURSES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE.. Background:.. This collaborate study uses both action research and critical ethnography to explore the nurses’ understanding and demonstration of critical thinking, in clinical practice.. It incorporates educational aspects and practice development in the paediatric intensive care unit.. Critical thinking is associated with maintaining standards of care, improvement of practice and achieving optimal patient outcomes.. Aim:.. The aim of this study was to discover ways to enhance critical thinking skills of paediatric critical care nurses, in clinical practice.. Theses strategies can be incorporated into nurse educational programmes to encourage the learning process.. Results:.. The study involved methodology triangulation and qualitative data collection.. The  ...   skills and attitudes.. I discovered the participants were proficient in providing holistic patient care and practised critical thinking skills, in a variety of situations.. I found the participants were often unaware of their reflective and cognitive abilities.. Implications:.. Nurses become empowered when they have an opportunity to perform as an autonomous practitioner.. Although, the patient receives holistic care from the interdisciplinary team, this should not prevent the critical care nurse from proactive participation.. Nurses that practice proficiently or have expertise in their specialised field should be encouraged to utilise these skills accordingly.. Additionally, strategies to enhance critical thinking for less experienced nurses, should be incorporated through educational programmes, at a theoretical and a practical level.. Empowerment leads to increased motivation and job satisfaction which ultimately reflects in retention rates.. Experienced nurses are vital at the bedside and their recognition and retention is of utmost importance.. For NCNM publications:.. http://www.. ncnm.. ie/default.. asp?V_DOC_ID=828..

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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Links
    Descriptive info: Intensive Care Society of Ireland.. British Association of Critical Care Nurses.. Paediatric Intensive Care Society.. European Federation of Critical Care Nursing Associations.. Critical Care Education.. Courses on Offer..

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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses.. Executive Committee Members 2011.. Vice Chairperson.. Treasurer.. Siobhan O’Keeffe.. Intensive Care Unit, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital.. Tel:.. 01- 8034339.. com.. Website Officer.. Barbara McManus.. PICU, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.. Tel: 01- 4096369/6100.. barbara.. mcmanus@olchc..

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  • Title: IACCN - Irish Association of Critical Care Nurses - News
    Descriptive info: Back To News.. Update on current National Critical Care Planning and Development.. The Potential Organ Donor Audit.. The Organ Procurement Audit in the Republic of Ireland, which commenced in 2007 is now completed.. A considerable and collective effort of all Critical Care Unit personnel involved (especially the Critical Care Nurses) is acknowledged.. The Critical Care National Clinical Programme.. The Critical Care National Clinical Programme is now established.. Lead by Dr.. Michael Power.. Nurse Service Planner: Ms.. Marian Wyer..

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