Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 22nd Global Nursing Education, Healthcare and Medical Expo Barcelona, Spain.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Reem Magadmi

Security Forces Hospital Program Dammam, KSA

Keynote: Human Factor future of patient safety cultureHuman Factor future of patient safety culture

Time : 10:00-10:30

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Director of Nursing Services since 2015 up to present and has more than 14 years of experience with Saudi MOH from 2001 till 2015.Established as a bedside nurse and developed her career to be director of nursing service of Dammam Medical Complex with bed capacity 525 and 1400 nurses 2006-2015. Serve as team member National Accreditation body on Saudi Arabia. Graduated from Royal Collage for Surgeon Ireland RCSI with MS in Healthcare Management 2012. She is a Certified CBAHI Nursing Surveyor and Pioneer National surveyor in Saudi Arabia 2007-present. Attended Postgraduate program leadership for change”, this program sponsored by both Saudi MOH and International Council of Nursing ICN. She serves as speaker and regional organizer for this program from 2008 up to 2011. She was certified by Canadian Accreditation Organization as Hospital Surveyor on 2008 and also Certified Hospital Surveyor for American Institute for Healthcare Management 2017 and Certified by IsQua Fellowship 2018.



Understanding the science of safety and the core principles of high reliability are first steps in creating a true culture of safety wherein human factor can contribute in the improvement in healthcare delivery. In the world of healthcare, very little training in human factors is provided to staff, unlike the other safety-critical industries. Human factors research examines the environmental, organizational and job factor of human interacting with the system as well as physiological and psychological characteristics that influence behavior at work. Principle of safety science is a commitment to zero harm. Understanding and implementing the best practices can build high reliability organizations a roadmap to achieve exemplary clinical outcome. Topics highlighting several key safety principles including Just Culture, Professional bodies in healthcare organization, a range of human factors such as managerial, team and individual characteristics that influence the behavior of healthcare staff in relation to safe patient care and framework to demonstrate the role of human factors in patient safety and are known to reduce patient harm and improve the safety and quality of patient care. Best practices performed consistently over time have demonstrated superlative outcomes. Developing a model which demonstrated consistent application of leader rounding; hourly purposeful rounding and bedside shift report can influence how patient safety can be possibly achieved. A commitment to zero harm and application of best clinical and safety practices are critical steps in developing a culture of safety in healthcare organizations contributed significantly in reduction of patient harm a compelling reason for nurses in all healthcare settings to embrace safety science and the principles of high reliability.



Keynote Forum

Eugenia Trigoso

Eugenia Trigoso Arjona, Hospital Universitario y Politécnico .”LA FE” Valencia (Spain)

Keynote: Quality Of Life

Time : 10:00-10:30

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Eugenia has worked at the Cantonal Hospital (Geneva), Neonatal Intensive care, Sondureta Hospital (Spain) and has been working at the Pediatric Oncology and Transplants, Hospital U y Politecnico “LA FE” for the last 20 years. She is an active member of nurses groups (GEET, EBMT, SEEO and EONS) and Chair of the Pediatric Committee of EBMT. Involved in several Nurses Training courses and has been a volunteer nurse at Barretstown (Ireland) since 2009.




Barretstown Castle is a holiday camp for seriously ill (CANCER)   children in County Kildare around 30 miles from Dublin. It is a multilingual camp that accepts children from all over Europe. Barretstown opened in 1994 and since then has gradually expanded so that it now caters for up to 1500 children per annum. The facility can provide for over 100 children with serious illnesses and over 100 staff and volunteers at one time. Each session may last from a week to ten days.  Some figures  are:

The age range is from  7  to 17 years old,  median age: 12.

Countries:  Ireland, UK, Russia, Poland, Romania, Hungary,  Spain, Germany,  Greece, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Finland,  Cyprus,  Belarus, Ukraine.

The main diagnosis are Bone tumours, Brain and Spinal tumours, Hematological diseases, Immunologic diseases, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Renal diseases.

Activities: archery, high ropes, horses, canoeing, fishing, dancing, art and crafts, cooking, theatre.


Keynote Forum

Anna Sort

Anna Sort, PlayBenefit and ALVUM, Spain

Keynote: Healthcare innovation through games

Time : 11:45-12:30

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Nurse, entrepreneur and gamer, Anna studied nursing and later Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media to specialize in e-Health. She has been working in the Digital Health and Gamification sector for over 7 years, leading teams in the ideation, creation and execution of digital products. She is also an associate professor and guest at several international universities (UB, UAB, URV, FUS Colombia, among others). She is the founder of PlayBenefit ( and co-founder of ALVUM (



I’m a nurse, entrepreneur and gamer. I’ll take the audience through the story of how a nurse that ends up working for one of the biggest video games companies in the world, Blizzard Entertainment, decides to unite her hobby, video games with her passion, caring. I like to start with a game to break the ice, followed by the 3 lessons on how I create systems that turn stress into challenge, with a social factor (relatedness) and making sure the efforts are rewarded. In healthcare we constantly ask people to do thing (eat well, go for long walks…) and stop doing things (adding salt, smoking…) and we’ve been doing it for many years the same way, but it’s not very effective and we know it. Through my talk, I encourage nurses to see what they can do differently, and evaluate it with other tools to see how effective the intervention can be. With this 3 simple steps to keep in mind, we can design better systems for education and prevention in health. We’ll finish with a Q&A, if possible I like to use SLI.DO to do that so people can ask their questions when they have them, rather than in the end.
This talk is based on my TEDx Barcelona talk, you can take a look at it here: