9.00 – 15.00 Welcome, coffee/tea/presentation of programme by Mette Bro Jansen
9.15 – 10.00 Background of IENE4 including method, outputs and the European Leadership Model by Rikke Petersen
10.15- 11.00 Output 2 – Self-evaluation form – testing by Rikke Petersen
11.15- 12.00 Presentation of tools and implications for practice by Lisbeth Frederiksen
12.00 – 12.30 Knowledge sharing and future activities at University College Lillebaelt by Mette Bro Jansen
12.30 – 13.00 Evaluation, light refreshments and ending of seminar by Mette Bro Jansen
Thirty-five nurses from the Region of Southern Denmark attended the national seminar on 24 May 2016 where the IENE4 results were presented with specific focus on
- Background for the IENE4 project and the connection to the three previous IENE projects
- Presentation of the Papadopoulos, Tilki and Taylor Model for Developing Cultural Competence Model
- Presentation of a European Model of developing culturally competent and compassionate healthcare leadership
- Presentation of Compassion Measuring Tool –a self-evaluation tool to measure culturally competent care and treatment of children, elderly, somatic and mentally ill patients. The participants at the seminar tested the self-evaluation tool, which lead to many discussion on the intention behind measuring care and if it is possible to develop a tool that can be used across Europe.
- Presentation of Learning Tools for Healthcare Leaders in Culturally Competent & Compassionate Careand the result of test in Denmark.
Finally, there was focus on the conference in the UK on 27 May 2016 and on identifying stakeholders with potential interest in using the results of the project and generating a database of a minimum of 50 addresses.
At the end of the seminar it was discussed how to carry on with project results in both the theoretical and clinical part of the nursing profession.