Sat, Dec 02|
Dignity and Respect in Nursing Workplaces: A SIENNA webinar
To treat someone with dignity and respect is vital in any workplace setting but most especially in today's healthcare environment. In this online webinar, Dr. Alessandro Stievano will discuss why promoting dignity and respect in nursing is key to staff effectiveness, satisfaction and retention.
Time & Location
Dec 02, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST
About the event
This online webinar is catered towards hospital executives, nurse managers and leaders, staff nurses, and everyone who has the responsibility for ensuring dignity and respect towards each other in the workplace.
Alessandro Stievano, PhD, MNursSci, MSoc, MEd, BNurs, RN, FEANS, FAAN, FFNMRCSI, FTNSS
Dr. Stievano is Professor at University of Rome-Tor Vergata, Italy and Research Coordinator at the Centre of Excellence for Nursing Scholarship OPI of Rome, Italy. He is Vice-President of the European Nurse Director Association (ENDA), a Sigma Theta Tau 2023 International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame Inductee, Visiting Professor Boston College, USA, Adjunct Professor Case Western University, USA, and teaches Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (PPCR) at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education. He is also a member and global ambassador of the Society of Internationally Educated Nurses in North America (SIENNA).
Mary Jane Genuino, DNP RN-BC
Dr. Mary Jane Genuino, DNP RN-BC is an assistant professor at Felician University. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Rutgers University and completed her Post-Masters in Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner certificate at William Paterson University. Dr. Genuino also holds a master's degree in nursing with a leadership and education focus from Regis University, along with a bachelor's degree in nursing from Chinese General Hospital Colleges in Manila, Philippines. Beyond academia, Dr. Genuino is a speaker who has shared her knowledge at conferences and conventions in the field of nursing. She served as the immediate past president of NJSNA for Region 2 and co-chairs the Education Committee of PNANJ. In recognition of her dedication to education, she was honored with the 2023 Institute for Nursing (IFN) C.A.R.E.S. Award for Excellence in Education. She also received the nurse recognition award from the New Jersey League of Nursing in 2022 and recently received the Daisy Award for Clinical Educators.
Abdulkarim Agga, MAN, RN
Abdulkarim is a native of the Philippines and has been in the teaching profession for at least 5 years . He is licensed as a registered nurse in the Philippines and the State of Qatar. He has six (6) years of clinical experience in various setups such as medical-surgical and critical care. His focus of interest is in Community-Transcultural Nursing. He is currently the Head of the Education and Training Department, Qatar Care in Doha, State of Qatar. Abdulkarim completed his Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Clinical Proficiency Distinction and his Master of Arts in Nursing Major in Nursing Education at Western Mindanao State University. He is currently taking his Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science at St. Paul University, Tuguegarao, Philippines. He is an active member of various nursing organizations such as the International Association of Human Caring, the Philippine Nurses Association, and Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Society-PSI Beta Chapter. He is an emerging nurse researcher, and a strong advocate of Bangsamoro tribe rights and empowering indigenous communities towards health sustainability.
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