Scientific program

May 13-14, 2019    Tokyo, Japan

East Asian Congress on Nursing and Primary Health Care

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09:00 AM-10:00 AM


10:00 PM-10:15 PM


10:15 PM-11:00 PM

Title: Changes in sexual behaviors due to the utilization of PrEP as a preventive method for the transmission of HIV

11:00 AM-11:15 AM @Foyer


Dr Michael Dean Kaltenbach
10:15 AM-11:00 AM

Title: Changes in sexual behaviors due to the utilization of PrEP as a preventive method for the transmission of HIV

Biography: Michael Kaltenbach is a Part-time Lecturer at Rutgers University School of Social Work, teaching a course in Human Behavior in the Social Environment. He has previously taught BSW and MSW level courses in crisis intervention and brief therapy, intro. to social welfare / human services, communication in social work practice, human behavior and the social environment, and emotional disorders in childhood and adolescents at Temple University and the University of Southern California.

11:00 AM-11:15 AM


Susan Solecki
11:15 AM-12:00 AM

Title: Addressing Cell Phone Addiction in Pediatric Primary Care

Biography: Susan Solecki, DrPH, MSN, FNP-BC, PPCNP-BC is an associate clinical professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University in Philadelphia.

Nada S Aljohani
12:00 PM-12:35 PM

Nada S Aljohani

Saudi Arabia

Title: Primary Care Nurses as Diabetes Case Mangers: a path towards mutual goals

Biography: Nada S. Aljohani is a diabetes specialist nurse and works as a lecturer at the college of nursing, princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh the capital of Saudi Arabia.She has a background of over four years in emergency nursing.

Sarah Needham
12:35 PM-01:10 PM

Title: Teaching tomorrow’s eye experts

Biography: Sarah is a highly qualified Nursing professional with over 20 years’ experience and is currently a Deputy Director of Nursing at the Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. She has a proven track record of inspiring and visionary leadership, achieving patient centered healthcare improvements across primary and secondary care services. Sarah has a vast amount of experience adapting workforce roles, skills and competencies to meet the needs of the patients and organizations which she has served. Throughout her career she has been committed to meet these challenges by driving improvement; empowering staff and engaging stakeholders and is keen to utilise new technologies to upskill the workforces’ knowledge and skills with simulation and virtual reality. Sarah has recently successfully completed a national NHS leadership Academy Award in Executive Healthcare Leadership and won a national award from the Nursing Times for leading and implementing innovative workforce redesign initiatives

01:10 PM-02:10 PM


02:10 PM-03:30 PM


03:30 PM-03:45 PM @Foyer


Mr. Yosef Samara
03:45 PM-04:45 PM

Title: Staff’s training for who comes into contact with cytotoxic drugs

Biography: A chief pharmacist , cytotoxicity unit Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

Bei Li
04:45 PM-05:15 PM

Bei Li


Title: Role of work practice environment, engagement, and pressure in the turnover intention of community health nurses: A mediated moderation model

Biography: Bei Li is a nurse holding a BSc in nursing and currently pursuing a Master degree major in the community nursing at the Nursing School of Peking University, Beijing, China. She has nearly 2 years clinical practice experiences in the hospital and community health service center. She has an article about “The current situation of nursing practice environment and its influences on work engagement among community nurses” which has been accepted by the Nursing Journal of Chinese Pepole’s Liberation Army.