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Special Category - Nursing (Shortlisted Abstracts)

Best Oral Paper Presentation

Abstract Ref. no.Title
00119Factors Influencing Fathers' Involvement in Mothers' Breastfeeding Process: A Descriptive Correlational Study
00143Predictors of Length of Stay and Unplanned Readmission Among Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction After Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – A Historical Cohort Study
00222Effectiveness of Integrated Practice Home Visits for Community-dwelling Frail Elderly to Prevent Hospitalisation: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials
00467Factors Associated With Inpatient Major Injurious Falls of a Tertiary Hospital in Singapore

Best Poster Competition

Abstract Ref. no.Title
00040The Surgical Pressure Ulcer Risk Score (SPURS):  A Prediction Tool for Hospital-acquired Pressure Ulcer Among Surgical Patients
00080Effectiveness of a Care Process Model in Improving Risk Assessment, Prevention Interventions and Reducing Falls Among High Risk Elderly Inpatients
00086Health Care Professionals' Perceptions  and Experience of Different Modalities for Enteral Feeding
00103Nursing Perceptions of a Novel Electronic Feeds Calculator in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit
00104Do Provision of Carbohydrate Counting Workshop and Automated Bolus Calculator Improved Glycemic Outcome in Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes
00123Examining Child and Parent Diabetes-related Emotional Distress and Its Association With Glycemic Control: A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study
00124ERAS in Gynecological Oncology
00217Patients' Perceptions of Their Life Situation After a First Time Stroke: A Qualitative Descriptive Study
00365Advanced Practice Nurse (APN)-led Chronic Disease Management to Increase Patient Enablement as a Value-add Primary Care Service (ACHIEVE)-Phase 1 Validation Study