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19TH INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING SOCIETY (IPONS) CONFERENCE

AUGUST 24-26, 2015,


KAROLINSKA INSTITUTET, STOCKHOLM
Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

Technology, Health Care and Person-centeredness: Beyond Utopia and Dystopia. Thinking the Future
With financial support by Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences)
and Karolinska Institutet (Section of Nursing and Dept of Neurobiology, Care sciences and Society)

Monday, August 24, 2015


Pre-conference meetings
1000-1130

IPONS executive meeting

Location: 317, 3rd floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1130-1230

Nursing Philosophy editorial board meeting

Location: 317, 3rd floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

Registration
1230-1330

Registration

Location: Entrance Hall, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1330-1400

Welcome
Maria Eriksdotter, Head of Department
Ann Langius Eklf, Head of Section
Anette Forss, Conference Chair

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1400-1500

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23


Plenary:
Ingunn Moser, Norway
The person-collectives of technologies, health care and
person-centredness: from individualization to care for
collectives

1500-1530

Refreshment break

Location: 4th floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

Rooms: 412, 413, 404, 4th floor. Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1530-1730 Concurrent Sessions 1


Room: 412

Room: 413

Room: 404

Chair: Christine Ceci

Chair: Kristin Bjornsdottir

Chair: Ann Langius-Eklf

Title: Technological Relations (I)

Title: Technological Relations (II)

Title: Standardizing Tensions

Jeannette Pols & Dick Willems


Melody Carter
The Netherlands
Australia
Quality in daily life. The case of the feeding tube A sign of the times: technology materiality

and institutional talk

Hans-Peter de Ruiter & Joan Liaschenko


USA
The Electronic Health Record: Priorities of the
Healthcare System and the impact on Trust

Berit Lindahl
Sweden
Could application and reflections based on Julia
Kristevas philosophy to caring science bring a
deeper understanding of what a life on a
ventilator may be like?

Pia C. Bing-Jonsson
Doris Lydahl
Norway
Sweden
Competence measurements of nurses working in Preserving uniqueness through quasielderly care as quality assurance: conceptual
standardization: the role of templates in personand epistemological concerns
centred care

Hedvig Grndahl
Sweden
Signs of bacteria Enacting Sore Throat

Edel Jannecke Svendsen, Reidar Pedersen, Anne


Moen, Ida Torunn Bjrk
Norway
Providing the resistive preschool child with
venous access; exploring parent-health care
providers unfolding interaction
Alan Barnard
Australia
Ambivalence and Uncertainty: Reflections on
Technological Advancements in Nursing

Hilje van der Horst & Maartje Hoogsteyns


The Netherlands
Beyond utopia and dystopia. Assistive
technologies as mediators of utopian longings
and dystopian fears

Joakim hln
Sweden
Is it possible to integrate tensions in opposing
views related to notions of individualization and
generalization in palliative care?
Derek Sellman
Canada
Technology, language, standardization, and
thought in nursing: If only it were so simple

1930

Entrance: Vault of the Hundreds (De


Hundrades Valv), Stockholm city

Welcome Reception hosted by the City of Stockholm


The Princes Gallery, Stockholm City Hall

http://international.stockholm.se/the-city-hall/

Buffet dinner

Tuesday, August 25, 2015


0900-1000

Plenary:
Don Ihde, USA
Listening to cancer: A new science

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1000-1030

Refreshment break

Location: 4th floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23


Rooms: 412, 413, 404, 4th floor. Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1030-1230 Concurrent Sessions 2


Room: 412

Room: 413

Room: 404

Chair: Christine Ceci

Chair: Anette Forss

Chair: Mats Christiansen

Title: Telecare Relations

Title: Nursing Knowledge and Research:


What is Required?

Title: Participatory Design

Tanja Ahlin
The Netherlands & Belgium
Technology in informal elderly care by migrant
Indian nurses

Mark Risjord
USA
Evidence and Practical Knowledge

Carina Sparud-Lundin, Ulrika Josefsson, Marie


Berg, Anna-Lena Hellstrom, Ingalill Koinberg,
Margaretha Jenholt Nolbris, Agneta Ranerup, Ingela
Skarsater
Sweden
Use of participatory design in the development of
person-centred web-based support for persons
with long-term illness
Lundy Lewis, Amir Talaei-Khoei, Ted Metzler
USA and Australia
Can Robots Enhance the Human Condition of the
Elderly? A View from a Group of Seniors 65+

Birgit Heckemann, Lilas Ali, Axel Wolf,,Steffen


John Paley
Sonntag, Inger Ekman
United Kingdom
Germany
Cognitive homogeneity in qualitative research
The nature of tele-care relationships from a
nursing perspective. Insights from a qualitative
focus group study

Annemarie van Hout, M. M. Hettinga, D.L. Willems,


A. J. Pols
The Netherlands
New nursing care. Recognizing emerging
interventions in telecare practices

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Martin Lipscomb
Carina Gransson, Yvonne Wengstrm, Kristina
UK
Ziegert, Annica Kihlgren, Karin Blomberg
Sociological theory in nursing research what is Sweden
required?
The elderly persons experiences of reporting
health status in an ICT-platform
Derek Sellman
Lorretta Camarano & Nancy Smee
Canada
USA
Tips for getting published in Nursing Philosophy Thematic issues and concerns of women
undergoing advanced reproductive technologies
and the interface with consumerism

1230-1400

Lunch and IPONS AGM

Location/details: H3 Blue, ground floor,


Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels All 23
Lunch provided to AGM attendees

1400-1500

Plenary:
Peter-Paul Verbeek, The Netherlands
Technologies of care: on human-technology relations
and the ethics of care

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1500-1530

Refreshment break

Location: 4th floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23


Rooms: 412, 413, 404, 4th floor. Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1530-1730 Concurrent Sessions 3


Room: 412

Room: 413

Room: 404

Chair: Francine Wynn

Chair: Christine Ceci

Chair: Martin Lipscomb

Title: Nursing, Philosophy, Technology

Title: Dementia: Technologies for Care at


Home

Title: Health, Welfare, Technology

Catherine Green
USA
Nursing, Caring and Technology

Mary Ellen Purkis


Kris Deering
Canada
England
The figure of the nurse: presence and absence The Have and Have Not Have
of care in a Smart Home

1930

Lundy Lewis
USA
Technology as One Entity in a System of
Entities: Social and Ethical Ramifications for
Nursing Care

Ruth Bartlett
UK
From 'wandering' to belonging: re-framing the
actions of men and women with dementia and
use of GPS technologies

Joakim hln
Sweden
Complexities in suffering in the context of
palliative care using the ethical intension
according to Paul Ricoeur as a theoretical
resource

Ann Therese Lotherington, Aud Obstfelder, Gril


Ursin
Norway
Configurations of technology, gender and
citizenship in care practices for persons with
dementia

Mojgan Khademi, Easa Mohamadi, Zohre Vanaki


Iran
Humanistic nursing theory: A proper lens for
confronting the inconsistent phenomenon of
technology

Hilde Thygesen
Norway
Telecare and the "window of opportunity": the
case of GPS tracking in dementia care

Conference dinner: Restaurant Hjerta

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Lilas Ali, Barbro Krevers, Nils Sjstrm, Ingela
Skrster
Sweden
The impact of a person-centred web-based
intervention on young informal carers of people
with mental illness
Ingela Skrster, Magdalena Barkstrm, Stefan
Bergman, Patrik Dahlqvist Jnsson, Fawzi Halila,
Anne-Christine Hertz, Jens Nygren, Anita SantAnna,
Jeanette Sjberg, Andreas Tylenius
Sweden
Theme Health Innovation at Halmstad University
- research, education and collaboration for
welfare technology

Address: Slupskjulsvgen 28, Skeppsholmen,


Stockholm city

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


0900-1000

Plenary:
Jeannette Pols, The Netherlands
Good relations with technology. Empirical ethics and
aesthetics in care

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1000-1030

Refreshment break

Location: 4th floor, Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

Rooms: 412, 413, 404, 4th floor. Zanderska building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1030-1230 Concurrent Sessions 4


Room: 412

Room: 413

Room: 404

Chair: Mats Christiansen

Chair: Maria Arman

Chair: Janet Holt

Title: Technological Environments

Title: Producing Nurses

Title: Models for/of Nursing Practice

Florence N. Cooper
USA
The Invisible Patient: Caring in the
Technological Preoperative Environment

Francine Wynn
Beverly J. Whelton
Canada
USA
Stiegler's Mnemotechnics of Care: Forming Deep The Theory and Conceptual Systems of Imogene
Attention in Nursing Students
King: An extension of a 2300 year old Athenian
perspective to frame person-centered care for a
global health community in the 21st Century
Karyn Bentley, Tanya Langtree
Adelaida Zabalegui
Australia
Spain
The clinical simulation conundrum. Does
Barcelona Hospital Clnic Nursing Model. A new
simulation diminish the capacity of the student perspective towards excellence
to foster empathy, sensitivity and the ability be
with the person?
Kristin Jordal, Kristin Heggen, Kari Nyheim
Margareth Kristoffersen & Febe Friberg
Solbrkke
Norway
Norway
Considering destructive demands within
Exploring the relationship between technology relationship-based nursing care relevant or
and care: A qualitative study of clinical practice not?
for nursing students

Ann-Christin Karlsson
Sweden
Technical monitoring vs. patient-nurse
interaction in a surgical setting

Langius-Eklf, Ann, Sundberg Kay, Blomberg


Karin, Frank, Catharina, Maria Hlleberg-Nyman
Sweden
Effects of an interactive e-health innovation for
early detection of patients reported symptom
distress with focus on participatory care
studies in patients with cancer during treatment
Suzanne S. Dickerson
Ingela Skrster, Henrika Jormfeldt, Louise Doyle, Mojgan Khadem, Easa Mohamadi, Zohre Vanaki
USA
Heikki Ellil, Agnes Higgins, Brian Keogh, Marie
Iran
Using Instrumentation Theory to Evaluate Patient Lahti, Oona Meade, Jan Sitvast, Theodore Stickley, Humanistic approach in health system
Interaction and Accommodation to the
Pivi Vuokila-Oikkonen, Nina Kilkku
Technology
Sweden
To enhance Masters level education in mental
health practice with eLearning materials eMenthe: an European project

1230-1345

Paper presentation
The nursing yet-to-come: A meditation in three voices
In recognition of Dr. John S. Drummond

Location/details:
H3 Blue, ground floor, Zanderska Building, Alfred
Nobels all 23
Lunch sandwich provided to attendees

Christine Ceci, Mary Ellen Purkis, Francine Wynn


1345-1445

Plenary:
Bengt Kristenson Uggla. Sweden
Title: to be announced

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska Building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1445-1500

Refreshment break

Location: 4th floor, Zanderska Building, Alfred Nobels all 23


Rooms: 403, 413, 404, 4th floor. Zanderska Building, Alfred Nobels all 23

1500-1630 Concurrent Sessions 5


Room: 403

Room: 413

Room: 404

Chair: Anette Forss

Chair: Mary Ellen Purkis

Chair: Derek Sellman

Title: Technological Selves

Title: Elder Care, Home and Technology

Title: Intensive (Care) Experiences

Asle H. Kiran
Norway
Mediating good patienthood From an ethics of
technology to an ethics with technology

Kristin Bjornsdottir
Iceland
Do we need to use such big words? Living at
home with end-stage heart failure

Moa Goysdotter
Sweden
Health anxiety in a digital age

Pawel J. Krol
Canada
Beyond Sanitary Dystopia and the End of
Nursing : Redemption of the Nietzschean
Overman

Brigitte S. Cypress
USA
Transformation: Experiences of Patients, their
Families and Nurses during Critical Illness in the
ICU
Lilas Ali; Birgit Heckemann, Inger Ekman
Catharina Lindberg, Bengt Sivberg, Ania Willman,
Sweden
Cecilia Fagerstrm
Meeting the support needs of people suffering Sweden
from COPD or CHF in Sweden: Exploring factors A trajectory towards partnership in care that enable the design of person-centred eHealth patients' experiences of autonomy in intensive
partnership service in Sweden - A qualitative
care
study
Maurice Nagington, Karen Luker, Catherine Walshe Agness C. Tembo, Isabel Higgins, Vicki Parker
UK
Australia.
(Re)creating the home: The morality of
Critical Illness as a Biographical Disruption
technology in the home in relation to district
nursing palliative care

1630

Closing remarks

Location: H2 Green, ground floor, Zanderska


Building, Alfred Nobels all 23