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10:00 CET, Tuesday, 12 November 2019

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  • Opening Speech

  • European Commission, DG GROW

  • Presentation of the study “Mapping and assessment of developments for one of the sectoral professions under Directive 2005/36/EC”

  • Spark Legal Network

  • Goals and organisation of the workshop

  • Coffee Break

  • Plenary Session

  • Irena Papadopoulos

    Professor Transcultural Health & Nursing, Mental Health & Social Work, School of Health and Education

  • Main scientific and technical advancements affecting the profession of nurse responsible for general care in the past 5-10 years.

    Does Directive 2005/36/EC cater for these advancements?

  • Paul de Raeve

    President, European Federation of Nurses Associations

  • How have the main scientific and technical advancements been reflected in the profession of nurse responsible for general care?

  • Anne-Marie Ryan

    Director, Operations and Registrations, Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland

  • How have the main scientific and technical advancements been reflected in the training of nurses responsible for general care?

  • Cécile Dury

    President, European Federation of Educators in Nursing Sciences

  • Is it necessary to bring the training of nurses responsible for general care into line with current realities and needs?

    Does the training of nurses responsible for general care adequately prepare future nurses to deal with scientific and technical progress?

  • Corinna Kleinschmidt

    Deputy Head of Unit, German Federal Ministry of Health

  • Knowledge and skills introduced at national level to cater for scientific and technical progress

  • Saima Hinno

    Head of Nursing and Midwifery Department, Tartu Health Care College

  • Training subjects introduced at national level to cater for scientific and technical progress

  • Zoltan Balogh

    Head of Nursing Department, Semmelweis University

  • Lunch Break

  • Breakout Sessions

  • Main scientific and technical advancements affecting the training and profession of nurse responsible for general care in the past 5-10 years.

    Is it desirable/necessary to update Directive 2005/36/EC to reflect those advancements in the training of nurse responsible for general care? If so, to what extent?

  • Patricia Ypma

    Managing Director, Spark Legal Network

  • Is it desirable/necessary to update the knowledge and skills set out in Directive 2005/36/EC to cater for scientific and technical progress?

    If so, to what extent?

  • Peter McNally

    Principal Legal Consultant, Spark Legal Network

  • Is it desirable / necessary to update the training subjects set out in Directive 2005/36/EC to cater for scientific and technical progress?

    If so, to what extent?

  • Alexandra Ongono Pomme

    Junior Legal Consultant, Spark Legal Network

  • Coffee Break

  • Concluding Session

  • Irena Papadopoulos

    Professor Transcultural Health & Nursing, Mental Health & Social Work, School of Health and Education