1° ICoHNE - International Congress on the History of Nursing Education

PRESENTATION

The 1st International Congress on the History of Nursing Education (ICoHNE), 5th Colloquium of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) e 2nd Symposium of the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE) is a result of a long-standing partnership between the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) and the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE), at the University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing (EERP-USP).

In 2019, Nursing History education in the Americas completes 102 years. Its initial time frame is the establishment of the Standard Curriculum for Schools of Nursing (SCSN) in the United States, in 1917, called History of Nursing (including Ethical and Social principles) and aimed at arousing enthusiasm and interest in the profession for the incoming students.

The SCSN had a great influence in the Nursing curricula in Brazil, through the first appearance of Nursing History teaching, with a similar denomination, in the curriculum of the Nursing School of the National Department of Public Health (official program - Current Anna Nery Nursing School), as from 1923, changing the title to History of Nursing in 1926. The nursing history education survived in most of the Brazilian curricular reforms.  

With the National Curricular Guidelines for Nursing Undergraduate Courses in 2001, the teaching of Nursing History is not mentioned in the body of the document, a fact that would make it possible to withdraw undergraduate courses. Within the current curricular philosophy of training critical professionals, in relation to their profession and social role, it seems impossible to accomplish this task without the discussion of Nursing History, it's legacy to the present day and awareness of the responsibility of nurses in the future of Nursing.

 

In view of such exhibitions, we aim to achieve the following objectives with the event:

  • to bring together students and researchers from the field of nursing history and related areas, from different countries, to strengthen the teaching of nursing history;
  • to discuss the teaching of nursing history through active methodologies, directed to the production of knowledge in nursing;
  • to disseminate the production of knowledge, through the field of nursing history, in the sense of valuing the professional of the area.

Another projected impact with the proposal is foster important discussions for the teaching of nursing history and will enable the construction of an international network for future years, as well as the strengthening of knowledge construction in nursing history and its use in teaching.

 


EXECUTIVE COMISSION

EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT
Luciana Barizon Luchesi, RN, BA, PhD - 1st Vice President (2018 - 2020) of Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF), Leader of Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE).
1ST VICE-PRESIDENT
Almerinda Moreira, RN, Ph.D. - President of Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) (2018 - 2020)
2ND. VICE-PRESIDENT
Fernando Porto, RN, BA, Ph.D. - Communication Director of ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020), Vice- Leader of Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE), Leader of Laboratory for Image and care History in Nursing (LACUIDEN).
SECRETARY
Claudia de Carvalho Dantas, RN, Ph.D. 1st Secretary ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)

 
FINANCE COMMISSION
Ellen Maria Hagopian, RN, Ms. 1st Treasurer of ABRDHENF (2018 - 2020)
Tania Denise Kuntze, RN, Ph.D. 2nd Treasurer of ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Luciana Barizon Luchesi, RN, BA, Ph.D. - 1st Vice President (2018 - 2020) of Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF), Leader of Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE).
Almerinda Moreira, RN, Ph.D. - President of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) (2018 - 2020)
Fernando Porto, RN, BA, Ph.D. - Communication Director of ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020), Vice- Leader of Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE), Leader of Laboratory for Image and care History in Nursing (LACUIDEN).
Genival Fernandes de Freitas RN, BA, Ph.D. – 2nd Vice President ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Taka Oguisso, RN, BA, Ph.D. 3rd Vice President ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Claudia de Carvalho Dantas, RN, Ph.D. 1st Secretary ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Hyeda Maria da Gama Rigaud  RN, BA, Ph.D. 1st Secretary ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Ellen Maria Hagopian, RN, Ms. 1st Treasurer of ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Tania Denise Kuntze, RN, Ph.D. 2nd Treasurer of ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Gilberto Tadeu Reis da Silva, RN, Ph.D. Audit Committee ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Helena Maria Fekete Nuñez, RN, Ph.D. Audit Committee ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Joel Rolim Mancia RN, Ph.D. Audit Committee ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Zeyne Alves Pires Scherer, RN, Ph.D. Head of the Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERP-USP.
Margarita Antonia Villar Luis, RN, Ph.D. Researcher Laeshe and Full Professor at the Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERPUSP.
Carla Aparecida Arena Ventura BA, Ph.D. Director of the Collaborating Center of the WHO for the development of Nursing Research, and Full Professor EERP-USP.
Isabel Amélia Costa Mendes, RN, Ph.D. Full Professor at EERP-USP. Coordinator of the Iberoamerican Network of Scientific Publishing in Nursing and coordinator of the Group of Studies and Research In Communication in the Nursing Process GEPECOPEn.
Luciane Sá de Andrade, BA, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERP-USP.
Marlene Fagundes Carvalho Gonçalves, BA, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERPUSP.
Lucas Pereira de Melo, RN, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERP-USP.
Fábio ScorsoliniComin, BA, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERP-USP.
Ronildo Alves dos Santos BA, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatric Nursing at EERP-USP.
Carla Cristina da Cruz Almeida Lima RN - Master Degree on Psychiatric Nursing Program EERP-USP
COMMISSION FOR SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS
Emiliane da Silva Santiago, RN, Ph.D. Research Director ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Genival Fernandes de Freitas RN, BA, Ph.D. – 2nd Vice President ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Gwyneth Milbrath Ph.D. RN MPH. 1st Vice President, American Association of the History of Nursing.  Clinical Assistant Professor, Midwest Nursing History Research Center Associate, Department of Health Systems Science, University of Illinois Chicago College of Nursing
Helen Vandenberg, Ph.D. RN. Assistant Professor. President, Canadian Association for the History of Nursing, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan (Regina), Canada.
Lydia Wytenbroek, Ph.D., MA, BA, BSN, RN. Rice Interdisciplinary Fellow in Nursing and Health Care History, University of Virginia, former president of Canadian Association for the History of Nursing.
Margarida Maria Rocha Bernardes, RN, Ph.D. Cultural Scientific Affairs Director ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Osnir Claudiano de Silva Junior, RN, BA, Ph.D. Education Director ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Patricia O'Brien D'Antonio Ph.D., RN, FAAN, Director Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, Editor, Nursing History Review.
Taka Oguisso, RN, BA, Ph.D. 3rd Vice President ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
COMMISSION FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Luciana Barizon Luchesi, RN, BA, Ph.D. - 1st Vice President (2018 - 2020) of Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF), Leader of Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE).
Taka Oguisso, RN, BA, Ph.D. 3rd Vice President ABRADHENF (2018 - 2020)
Carla Aparecida Arena Ventura BA, Ph.D. Director of the Collaborating Center of the WHO for the development of Nursing Research, and Full Professor EERP-USP.
 

PROMOTION

SUPPORT


INSTITUTIONAL SPONSORSHIP

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT


EVENT REGISTRATION

  • The registration gives the right to attend the activities of the Scientific Program of November 29 and 30. The pre-congress courses have their own values.
  • The registration as a student will imply in the presentation of document proving the related teaching institution.
  • In case of absence of proof of payment in 15 days will entail the cancellation of the registration.

 

REGISTRATION FEES R$ (Brazilian Reais):

 

Promotional value until 31/05

01/06 until 31/7/2019

01/08 until 15/10/2019

16/10 until 09/11/2019

After 10/11

Nurses and other areas

150,00

200,00

250,00

290,00

330,00

Under graduation student (50 units)

100,00

130,00

180,00

220,00

260,00

Graduation students

120,00

180,00

230,00

270,00

310,00

 

THE PRE-CONGRESS COURSES (VALUE BY COURSE)

 

Promotional value until 31/05

01/06 until 31/7/2019

01/08 until 15/10/2019

16/10 until 09/11/2019

After 10/11

All categories

50,00

70,00

90,00

100,00

120,00


REFUND POLICY

Cause

REFUND

Withdrawal in case of non-approved scientific work

70% of the value paid

Withdrawal due to health reasons (proof by medical certificate)

80% of the amount paid

Withdrawal without justification

50% of the amount paid

 

 

 


Payment


Registration Form


EVENT SCHEDULE

ALL CONFERENCES OF NOVEMBER 29 AND 30 WILL RECEIVE SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION FOR ENGLISH 

 

 NOVEMBER 28 (THURSDAY )  – Pre-Congress

9:00-12:00h Pre-Courses 

Fernando Porto, RN, BA, Ph.D.

      SOURCES FOR RESEARCH IN THE HISTORY OF NURSING (PORTUGUESE)
28/11 9-12h PLACE: University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing (EERP-USP)

Nurse and Bachelor of History. Post-doctoral degree from the School of Nursing at USP, Associate Professor at the Alfredo Pinto Nursing School, UNIRIO. Leader of the Laboratory of History of Care and Image in Nursing - LACUIDEN - UNIRIO. Member of the History of Nursing committee at the Virtual Health Library (BVS). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

Maria Angélica de A. Peres, RN, Ph.D.

DESIGN OF RESEARCH IN HISTORY OF NURSING (PORTUGUESE)

28/11 9-11 h Class A       PLACE: EERP-USP    -   28/11 14-16h h Class B       PLACE: EERP-USP

Associate Professor I, Department of Fundamental Nursing, Anna Nery School of Nursing / UFRJ, Academic Coordinator of the Documentation Center; Coordinator of the EEAN Museum; Coordinator of the Scientific Department of History of Nursing of the Brazilian Nursing Association

 
 

 

PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION FOR NURSING HISTORY TEACHING: A THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL APPROACH (PORTUGUESE)

28/11 9-11 h Class A       PLACE: EERP-USP    -   28/11 14-16h h Class B       PLACE: EERP-USP

 Marlene Fagundes C. Gonçalves, BA, Ph.D.

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Luciane Sa de Andrade BA, Ph.D.

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Carla Cristina da Cruz Almeida Lima RN,M.S.

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Pedagogue, Master in Education (Educational Psychology), PhD in Education (Didactics). Postdoctoral degree from the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta, Canada. Associate Professor at EERP-USP. Coordinator of the Program for the Improvement of Education (PAE) of EERP / USP. Member of the Pedagogical Support Group of Ribeirão Preto - USP (GAPRP).

Psychologist, Master in Psychology and doctorate in Education. Associate Professor at EERP-USP. Postdoctoral degree from the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta, Canada. Vice-leader of the Health Research Group in Basic Education and Historical-Cultural Approach (SEBAHC), CNPq. Worked at the Ministry of Education as the national coordinator of in-service teacher training programs.

Nurse, Master degree in Nursing (History of Nursing). She analyzed the history of teaching Nursing in the State of São Paulo in 2018.

 

12:00-14:00h – Lunch Time (Not Included)

14:00-15:30h Parallel events (in preparation)

15:30-15:45h Break

15:45h-18:30h Abradhenf’s Assembly

 

29 DE NOVEMBRO (FRIDAY)  1st day

8:00 - 8:30h –Registration.

8:30-9:15h – Opening.

9:15-12:00h Historical Trajectory and the current panorama of Nursing History teaching.

12:00-14:00h- Lunch Time (Not Included)

14:00-16:00h: Importance of Nursing History teaching in nursing education.

Coordinator

Speaker

Speaker

 Genival Fernandes de Freitas, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Taka Oguisso, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Francisco-Javier Castro-Molina  RN, Ph.D.

Nurse and lawyer, full professor, University of São Paulo School of Nursing(EE-USP). Coordinator of the Cultural Historical Center of Ibero-American Nursing CHCIA / EEUSP. Post-Doctorate in History and Anthropology of Care, by University D'Alacant (Spain). Leader of the Research Group - History and Legislation of Nursing at EE-USP, with extensive research in Nursing History and Legislation. Member of the Board of Directors of the Ibero-American Federation of Nursing History. 2nd Vice President of ABRADHENF. São Paulo Brazil.

Nurse and lawyer, retired Full Professor at University of São Paulo School of Nursing. Scholar Member of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History - ABRADHENF. A writer of textbooks for the teaching of Nursing History, a researcher internationally recognized for her work. São Paulo Brazil.

President of the Canary Association of Nursing History and the Nursing Profession (ACHPE) and Director of the Permanent Canary Seminar on Nursing History.
Nurse, art historian, and anthropologist. Professor at the Nuestra Señora de Candelaria Nursing School (University of La Laguna). Director of EGLE: Journal of History of the Profession of Nursing and Health Sciences, Spain.

16:00-16:30h Break

16:30-18:15h Challenges for the use of active methodologies in Nursing History education.

Coordinator Speaker Speaker Speaker

Fernando Porto, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Luciana Barizon Luchesi, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Maria Angélica de Almeida Peres, BA, Ph.D.

José Manuel Moran Costas, BA, Ph.D.

Nurse and Bachelor in History. Post-doctoral degree from the School of Nursing at the University of São Paulo -USP, associate professor at the Alfredo Pinto School of Nursing at UNIRIO. His research has collaborated in the opening of new methodological strategies involving image, newspaper and art, a specialist in Brazilian History of Nursing at the beginning of the 20th century. Leader of the Laboratory of History of Care and Image in Nursing - LACUIDEN – UNIRIO and Member of the History of Nursing committee at the Virtual Health Library (BVS). Rio de Janeiro Brazil.

 

Nursing and History Degree. Professor and researcher of Nursing History teaching and use of active methodologies. Professor at the Univerity of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing, leader of the Nursing History Studies Laboratory (LAESHE), member of the History of Nursing committee at the Virtual Health Library – (BVS). 1st Vice-President of the Brazilian Academy of History of Nursing - ABRADHENF.

Associate Professor I, Department of Fundamental Nursing, Anna Nery School of Nursing / UFRJ, Academic Coordinator of the Documentation Center; Coordinator of the EEAN Museum; Coordinator of the Scientific Department of History of Nursing of the Brazilian Nursing Association

Born in Spain, Brazilian naturalized. He has a degree in Philosophy, a master's degree and a doctorate in Communication Sciences from the University of São Paulo. Retired Professor at the University of São Paulo -USP. He is currently a professor at ESALC-USP in the Postgraduate course of MBA specialization in School Management with the discipline of Active Methodologies with Digital Technologies.

 

30 DE NOVEMBRO (SATURDAY)  2nd day

8:30h – 10:15h Research Production in Nursing History and its use in Nursing History Education.

Coordinator Speaker Speaker Speaker

Taka Oguisso, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Patricia O'Brien D'Antonio, PhD, RN, FAAN

Fernando Porto, RN, BA, Ph.D.

Manuel Amezcua RN, Ph.D.

Nurse and lawyer, retired Full Professor at University of São Paulo School of Nursing. Scholar Member of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History - ABRADHENF. A writer of textbooks for the teaching of Nursing History, a researcher internationally recognized for her work. São Paulo Brazil.

Director of the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, a Senior Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute, and a member of the Graduate Group in the History and Sociology of Science. She is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Nursing and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Dr. D’Antonio is also the editor of the Nursing History Review, the official journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing.

Nurse and Bachelor in History. Post-doctoral degree from the School of Nursing at the University of São Paulo -USP, associate professor at the Alfredo Pinto School of Nursing at UNIRIO. His research has collaborated in the opening of new methodological strategies involving image, newspaper and art, a specialist in Brazilian History of Nursing at the beginning of the 20th century. Leader of the Laboratory of History of Care and Image in Nursing - LACUIDEN – UNIRIO and Member of the History of Nursing committee at the Virtual Health Library (BVS). Rio de Janeiro Brazil.

President of the Fundación Index, producer of the CUIDEN database, member of the Oseira Group of Nursing History. Editor-in-Chief of the journals Temperamentvm (History and Pensions) and Index of Nursing. Professor of Health Care Research, UCAM, and Professor of Nursing History at CADISJD, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain.

 

10:15-10:30h Break

10:30h-12:00h – Challenges for the valorization of History of Nursing Education.

12:00-14:00h - Lunch Time (Not Included)

13-15:30h Poster and oral presentations.

15:30-16h Break

16h-16:45h – Award ceremony

16:45h-17:30h  – Closing /Remarks

 


SCIENTIFIC WORK

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND PAPERS

The 1st ICoHNE will include 200 (two hundred) abstracts, to be presented in Poster format, in the History of Nursing area, including the subareas:

  1. Nursing History Teaching;
  2. Nursing throughout history;
  3. History of schools, institutions, class entities and biography;
  4. Professional identity;
  5. Gender;
  6. Research resources for the History of Nursing;
  7. Organization and preservation of collections and archives.


 

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION

ABSTRACTS
Presentation of abstracts (abstract template provided at the end).
Title (up to 20 words), subarea (enter a subarea out of the seven indicated above), name of the authors in sequence (maximum 6), with the word presenter in parentheses (at the end of the name of the author who will make the presentation of the work), sequential note containing academic degrees of author, institution and e-mail. The abstract should contain a maximum of 2500 characters (with spaces). A4, Arial font (title 14, subarea, authors and text 12, academic degrees 10), simple spacing, containing: Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results and discussion and Conclusion (or Final Considerations) and up to 3 descriptors.

For English speakers, the abstract needs no translation to Portuguese, only the English version is required. Abstracts must be forwarded in doc (WORD) format. No other formats will be accepted.

In order to register the study, the following documents need to be sent to abradhenfeventos@gmail.com:

  1. Abstract  according to the guidelines above
  2. Copy of subscription payment of the presenter in ICoHNE
  3. Copyright Transfer Agreement signed by all authors.

The approved abstracts will be presented in poster format (90 cm wide and 100 cm high). The abstracts may be presented in the categories: Experience report, final research report, integrative review or systematic review. No student-only or research-in-progress will be accepted.

 SUBMISSION DEADLINE is August 31, 2019. The author submitting the work will be informed by e-mail of the review of the works and, if approved, the posters' exhibition times.

Abstracts compiled in digital format will be permanently, or for as long as the LAESHE Leadership and ABRADHENF Board finds appropriate, available to the public for free download on the LAESHE and ABRADHENF website. Abstracts that do not comply with these guidelines will be returned, without analysis, to the PRESENTER's e- mail.

SUBMIT TO: abradhenfeventos@gmail.com

 

LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK AWARD REGULATION

Art. 1 - The LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK AWARD, established in 2019, especially for ICoHNE and sponsored by the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies, targets the best PAPERS focused on the area of HISTORY OF NURSING EDUCATION, presented during the event. The LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK Award will select the best 20 (twenty) papers for analysis.

Art. 2 - The studies enrolled for the LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK AWARD  have to discuss the theme HISTORY OF NURSING EDUCATION; be unpublished, as attested by the authors; The 5 best papers will be invited for an oral presentation format within the ICoHNE program. The other 15 papers will be invited for poster presentation.

Art.3 - The papers competing for the LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK AWARD will be evaluated in advance by the scientific committee to check compliance with the guidelines, and then forwarded to an evaluation committee appointed by the board of ABRADHENF, to verify their appropriateness to the theme of the award, as well as their pertinence and scientific relevance.

Art.4º- Individual works or group work of up to six authors will be accepted. Papers with exclusive student’s authorship will not be accepted.

Art. 5 - To compete for the award, it is mandatory to send the proof of registration in the event of at least one of the authors.

Art. 6 - The Evaluation Commission of the Award will formalize, in report, the review process of the studies, relating the competitors and justifying the choice of the first three classified.

§ 1º The Award will be destined to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd best studies on the HISTORY OF NURSING EDUCATION presented during the ICoHNE and will consist of a certificate and a trophy.

§ 2 ICoHNE reserves the right to suspend the award (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) if no studies comply with the established guidelines.

Art. 7 - There will be no recourse to the decisions of the Award Evaluation Committee.

Art. 8 - The proclamation and award of the works classified in the first three places will take place during the Closing Session of the event.

Art. 9 - It is incumbent upon the LAESHE Leadership to resolve the doubts arising from the interpretation of these guidelines, as well as to suggest the necessary modifications, which will be discussed and approved at a meeting of the Executive Board of the event.

Art. 10 Omitted cases will be solved by the Leadership of LAESHE. Ribeirão Preto, February 5, 2019.

GUIDELINES FOR "LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK" AWARD PAPERS

To compete for the LAVINIA LLOYD DOCK AWARD, the paper should be sent by e-mail: abradhenfeventos@gmail.com, the file being in .doc format (WORD), containing the abstract and the complete study. NO OTHER FORMATS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

The abstract and the complete work have to be submitted in different files. The ABSTRACT should follow the guidelines included in the "GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT", which will include the identification of the authors.

The complete study should be submitted in a second file, A4, Font Arial (title 14 and text 12), spacing of 1.5 containing a maximum of 15 pages. The file containing the complete study CANNOT CONTAIN ANY IDENTIFICATION DATA (Only the title and the body of the text).

Besides the abstract file and the complete study file, a copy of the registration payment of at least one of the authors and the Copyright Transfer Agreement signed by all authors need to be forwarded.

The scientific committee will check for compliance with the instructions of the event and the award. Only original experience reports, integrative reviews, systematic reviews or final research reports will be accepted.

The deadline for registration will be August 31, 2018. The author who submitted the work will be informed by e-mail of the evaluation of the works and, if approved, hours of oral OR paper presentation of the work.

In order not to affect the possibility of future publications in journals, only the title, authors and abstract of the AWARDS PAPERS will be published in the ICoHNE Proceedings. The summaries compiled in digital format will be permanently, or for as long as the Leadership of LAESHE and the Board of ABRADHENF considers pertinent, available to the public for free download on the website of ABRADHENF and LAESHE.

STUDIES THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE GUIDELINES WILL BE RETURNED, WITHOUT ANALYSIS, TO THE PRESENTER'S E-MAIL.

SUBMIT TO: abradhenfeventos@gmail.com

 

TAKA OGUISSO AWARD GUIDELINES

Art. 1 - The TAKA OGUISSO Award, established in 2018 and sponsored by the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History, targets the best papers focusing on Nursing History presented at the 1st International Congress on the History of Nursing Education (ICoHNE), 5th Colloquium of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) and 2nd Symposium of the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE). The TAKA OGUISSO Award will select the best 20 (twenty) papers for analysis.

Art. 2 - The papers registered for the TAKA OGUISSO AWARD should discuss the History of Nursing; be unpublished, as attested by the authors; and presented by one of the authors. The 5 best papers will be invited for an oral presentation format during the ICoHNE program. The other 15 papers will be invited for poster presentation.

Art.3 - The papers competing for the TAKA OGUISSO AWARD will be evaluated in advance by the scientific committee to check for compliance with the conference guidelines, which will then be forwarded to an evaluation committee nominated by the ABRADHENF Presidency to verify its appropriateness to the theme of the award, pertinence and scientific relevance.

Art.4 - Individual papers or group work of up to six authors will be accepted. – Papers with exclusive student’s authorship will not be accepted.

Art. 5 - In order to compete for the award, it is mandatory that at least one of the authors be a member / affiliated with ABRADHENF, as proven by the proof of 2019 membership payment, along with the other documents required in the guidelines.

Art. 6 - The Evaluation Commission of the Award will formalize the review process of the studies in a report, listing the competitors and justifying the choice of the first three classified.

§ 1 The Award will be destined to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd best paper presented during ICoHNE and will consist of a certificate and a trophy;

§ 2 ICoHNE reserves the right to suspend the award (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) if there are no studies that comply with the award guidelines.

Art. 7 - There will be no recourse to the decisions of the Award Evaluation Committee.

Art. 8 - The proclamation and award of the works classified in the first three places will take place at the Closing Session of the event.

Art. 9 - It is the responsibility of the Board of ABRADHENF to solve any doubts arising from the interpretation of these guidelines, as well as to suggest the necessary modifications, which will be discussed and approved at a meeting of the Board of Directors of ABRADHENF.

In order not to affect the possibility of future publications in journals, only the title, authors and abstract of the AWARDS PAPERS will be published in the ICoHNE Proceedings.

GUIDELINES FOR "TAKA OGUISSO" AWARD PAPERS

Besides the abstract file and the complete study file, a copy of the registration payment of at least one of the authors and the Copyright Transfer Agreement signed by all authors need to be forwarded.

The scientific committee will check for compliance with the instructions of the event and the award. Only original experience reports, integrative reviews, systematic reviews or final research reports will be accepted.

The deadline for registration will be August 31, 2018. The author who submitted the work will be informed by e-mail of the evaluation of the works and, if approved, hours of oral OR paper presentation of the work.

To complete for the "TAKA OGUISSO" AWARD, the PAPER should be sent by e-mail: abradhenfeventos@gmail.com, the file being in .doc format (WORD), containing the abstract and the complete study. NO OTHER FORMATS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

The abstract and the complete study have to be presented in different files. The ABSTRACT should follow the guidelines included in the "GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT ", which will include the identification of the authors.

The complete work should be submitted in a second file, A4, Font Arial (title 14 and text 12), spacing of 1.5 containing the maximum of 15 pages. The file containing the complete study CANNOT CONTAIN ANY IDENTIFICATION DATA (Only the title and the body of the text).

The confirmation of the registration payment of the PRESENTER at ICoHNE and the receipt of the ABRADHENF 2019 annual registration (membership available in http://www.abradhenf.com.br/en/membership.php)  for at least one of the authors need to be forwarded, as well as the Copyright Transfer Agreement signed by all authors.

The scientific committee will check for compliance with the AWARD GUIDELINES. The evaluation committee shall be composed of members appointed by the Presidency of ABRADHENF.

To compete for the "TAKA OGUISSO" Award, only experience reports, integrative reviews, systematic reviews or unpublished final research reports will be accepted.

The maximum deadline for registration is August 31, 2018. The author who submitted the work will be informed by e-mail of the review and, if approved, the hours of oral OR poster presentation of the paper. The summaries compiled in digital format will be permanently, or for as long as the Leadership of LAESHE and the Board of ABRADHENF finds pertinent, available to the public for free download on the website of ABRADHENF and LAESHE.

STUDIES THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE GUIDELINES WILL BE RETURNED, WITHOUT ANALYSIS, TO THE PRESENTER'S E-MAIL.

SUBMIT TO: abradhenfeventos@gmail.com


CONTACT

Comissão executiva/ Executive Comission


+55 (16) 33150535
abradhenfeventos@gmail.com