Scientific Programme

Note: Session room for plenary and concurrent sessions mentioned is tentative, please note session room name may change closer to the conference.

Monday, 16 April 2018
(Day 1)

0700 - 1900
Level 3, Registration Counter

Registration and Information Desk

1000 - 1700
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Exhibition Hours

0700 - 0815
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Industry Symposium: Hollister

0830 - 0850
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Welcome speech: Dee Waugh, WCET Congress & Meeting Coordinator (South Africa)

Speech: Mariam Mohd Nasir, WCET 2018 Congress Convenor (Malaysia)

Speech: Susan Stelton, WCET President (USA)

Montage presentation of 40th year celebration of WCET

0850 - 0910
Level 3, Banquet Hall


0850 - 0900
0900 - 0910

Plenary 1

Ostomate Support Group Worldwide

Invited Speaker:
Mr Richard McNair, President, The Asia and South Pacific Ostomy Association (ASPOA)
Mr Ken Aukett, Chairman Coordination Committee, International Ostomy Association (IOA) 

Chairperson:
Mr Sri Tharan (Malaysia)

0910 - 0940
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 2

Norma N. Gill Memorial Lecture: WCET 40th Anniversary In remembrance of Norma Nottingham Gill: Her work, passion and vision

Keynote Speaker:
Ms Elizabeth English RN ET, Stomal Therapy Nurse, Adelaide (Australia)

Chairperson:
Ms Susan Stelton (USA)

0940 - 1010
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 3

Ethnocentric Challenges for Nurses: What are the Barriers and Gaps?

Keynote Speaker:
Associate Professor Dr Rohani Arshad, Nurse Consultant (Management) CEO Nursing Professional Group Lecturer, MAHSA Universtiy (Malaysia)

Chairperson:
Ms Mariam Mohd Nasir (Malaysia)

1010 - 1040
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Refreshment Break and Poster Session

1040 - 1110
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 4

Developing an Education Programme to Help Prevent Community-Acquired Pressure Injury

Keynote Speaker:
Ms Gulnaz Tariq, Senior Charge Nurse/Unit Manager Medical/Surgical - Nursing, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, Dubai (UAE)

Chairperson:
Ms Denise Hibbert (UAE)

1110 - 1140
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 5

Incontinence Care Worldwide: How well we prepared?

Keynote Speaker:
Ms Vicki Patton, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Pelvic Floor Unit, St George Public Hospital, Sydney (Australia)

Chairperson: 
Ms Carol Stott (Australia)

1140 - 1210
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 6

A Life-Crippling Stoma in an Adolescent Boy with Cyclical Neutropenia

Invited Speaker:
Associate Professor Dr Yik Yee Ian Head of Pediatric Surgery, Dept of Surgery, UMMC (Malaysia) 

Chairperson: 
Ms Tan Guat Ee (Malaysia)

1210 - 1235
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 7

TBA

Speaker:
Mariam Mohd Nasir (Malaysia)

Chairperson: 
Ms Gulnaz Tariq (UAE) 

1235 - 1300
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 8

Overview of Clinical Quality Assurance and Risk Management

Invited Speaker:
Associate Professor Dr. Idzwan Zakaria, Head Department of Quality, UMMC (Malaysia)

Chairperson: 
Ms Elizabeth English (Australia)

1300 - 1400
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Lunch Break

 

WOUND

STOMA

INCONTINENCE

MISCELLANEOUS

1400 - 1430
(1A - 1D)

1A - Banquet Hall


1A-1 : 19
(1400 - 1410)

Skin Tear Prevalence, Incidence and Associated Risk Factors in the Long-Term Care Population
- Kimberly LeBlanc (Canada)

1A-2 : 129
(1410 - 1420)

The Prevalence And Specific Characteristics of Pressure Ulcer Patients in Chinese Hospitals: A Multicentre Cross-Sectional Study
- Qing Zhou (China)

1A-3 : 230
(1420 - 1430)

Positive Thinking Exercise to Reduce Powerlessness in Individual with Diabetes Foot Ulcer
- Devi Sahputra (Indonesia)

1B - Conference Hall 1
 

1B-1 : 16
(1400 - 1410)

Ostomy Care Services in Indonesia
- HAMKA (Indonesia)

1B-2 : 17
(1410 - 1420)

Effects of Three Different Methods of Care on Peristomal Skin Integrity of the Children with Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy Tube: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial
- Hatice Pars (Turkey)

1B-3 : Invited Speaker
(1420 - 1430)

Sharing True Life Story: Stoma and Sexuality for Paraplegic Ostomate -The Challenges and How we Overcome it?
- Ronaldo Lora (Philipines)

1C - Conference Hall 2
 

1C-1 : Oral Paper
(1400 - 1410)

1C-2 : Invited Speaker
(1410 - 1420)

Constipation in children
- Associate Professor Dr Yik Yee Ian 

1C-3 : Keynote Speaker
(1420 - 1430)

Incontinence in Elderly
- Ms Vicki Patton (Australia)

1D - Conference Hall 3
 

1D-1 : 23
(1400 - 1410)

Knowledge and Barrier to Hand Hygiene Compliance Among Healthcare Workers in a Tertiary Hospital
- Harvinderjit Kaur (Malaysia)

1D-2 : 84
(1410 - 1420)

An Untold Story
- Naomi Houston (Australia)

1D-3 : 139
(1420 - 1430)

Enhancing Effectiveness of Patient Educationóthe Apply-Remove-Check Method - Ong Choo Eng (Singapore)

1430 - 1500
(2A - 2D)

2A - Banquet Hall


2A-1 : 22
(1430 - 1440)

Wound healing by using a platelet rich plasma(PRP) and Collagen Dressing
- Supun Prageeth Samarakoon (Sri Lanka)

2A-2 : 29
(1440 - 1450)

Economic analysis of the use of negative pressure therapy in the treatment of necrotizing fasciitis
- Vanessa Abreu Da Silva (Brazil)

2A-3 : 30
(1450 - 1500)

The use of Aquacel Ag in the management of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
- Vanessa Abreu Da Silva (Brazil)

2B - Conference Hall 1
 

2B-1 : 28
(1430 - 1440)

The correlation between stigma and ostomy adjustment in patients with permanent intestinal stoma in Midland of China
- Fangfang Xu (China)

2B-2 : 58
(1440 - 1450)

My A.C.E is ace.
- Mark Johnson and Sarah Gray (UK)

2B-3 : Keynote Speaker
(1450 - 1500)

Train the Trainer Program - Pressure injury new staging system
- Ms Michelle Lee Wai Kuen (Hong Kong)

2C - Conference Hall 2
 

2C-1 : 18
(1430 - 1440)

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of an IAD Prevention Protocol on the Incidence of IAD among Acutely-Ill Geriatric Patients in a Tertiary Hospital in Spain
- Aldin D. Gaspar (Philippines)

2C-2 : Keynote Speaker
(1440 - 1450)

Urinary Incontinence in Women, How serious is it?
- Ms Vicki Patton (Australia)

2C-3 : 511
(1450 - 1500)

Single-J Stent Replacement without Guide Wire: Experiences of 1798 Times in a University Hospital
- Liping Tang (China)

2D - Conference Hall 3
 

2D-1 : 167
(1430 - 1440)

Cultural and Taboos in ET Practice
- Mercy Wambui Njau (Kenya)

2D-2 : 210
(1440 - 1450)

Book of Ostomized Person - Vehicle for Communication Multidisciplinary
- Dulce Oliveira (Portugal)

2D-3 -: 274
(1450 - 1500)

Root Cause Analysis
- Karen Zulkowski (USA)

1500 - 1530
(3A - 3D)

3A : Banquet Hall


3A-1 : 37
(1500 - 1510)

The role of moist wound healing therapy in management of a severe extravasation injury case
- Aihua Chen (China)

3A-2 : 62
(1510 - 1520)

The Effectiveness of Using Banana Leaf Dressing in Management of Diabetic Ulcer (Proliferation Phase) on Private Practice Setting Majene, West Sulawesi, Indonesia
- Ikram Bauk (Indonesia)

3A-3 : 194
(1520 - 1530)

Management of complex squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) on the neck - Shang ZHANG (China)

3B : Conference Hall 1
 

3B-1 : 73
(1500 - 1510)

Study on the Enterostomal Therapistsí Attitudes and Knowledge Regarding Provision of Sexual Health Care in Patients with Ostomy
- Shuangshuang Zhang (China)

3B-2 : 85
(1510 - 1520)

Quality of Life of Ostomy Patients Attending BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital Chitwan
- Ram Sharan Mehta (Nepal)

3B-3 : 94
(1520 - 1530)

The Burden of Peristomal Skin Complications On Health Utility and Quality of Life in an Ostomy Population
- Gary Inglese (USA)

3C : Conference Hall 2
 

3C-1 : 249
(1500 - 1510)

Prevalence of Dermatitis Associated With Incontinence And Factors Associated In Adults Hospitalized With Cancer
- Rosngela Oliveira (Brazil)

3C-2 : 250
(1510 - 1520)

Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence And Self-Management For Urinary Incontinence After Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy Among Prostate Cancer Patients
- Longmei Si (China)

3C-3 : 254
(1520 - 1530)

Application of Individualized Bowel Management Regimen in Children with True Fecal Incontinence
- Chen Jie (China)

3D : Conference Hall 3
 

3D-1 : 326
(1500 - 1510)

Developing Wound Care Resources to Promote Best Practice: Evidence Review and Translation
- Robin Watts (Australia)

3D-2 : 328
(1510 - 1520)

Evidence Supporting the Use of Local Wound Care Resources - Emily Haesler (Australia)

3D-3 : 360
(1520 - 1530)

A Program of Central Venous Catheter Care for Surgical Patients require Nutritional Maintenance A 13 Years Review - Chan, Kar Kay Steven (Hong Kong)

1530 - 1600
(4A - 4D)

4A - Banquet Hall


4A-1 : 80
(1530 - 1540)

Skin changes in terminally ill patients near and at the end of life receiving palliative care: a prospective cohort study
- Ednalda Maria Franck (Brazil)

4A-2 : 83
(1540 - 1550)

Wound Bed Preparation In Systemic Lupus Erythematosus With Infected Wound: A Case Report
- Lucia Anik Purwaningsih (Indonesia)

4A-3 : 98/99
(1550 - 1600)

Sustainable Foot and Wound Care Clinic for Homeless of Alaska - Academic Service-Learning Interprofessional Project
- Michele Burdette-Taylor (USA)

4B - Conference Hall 1
 

4B-1 : 103
(1530 - 1540)

Effectiveness of Hypnotic Communication for the Management of Pain Associated with Wound Care in Patients with Peristomal Skin Lesions
- Giovanna Bosio (Italy)

4B-2 : 112
(1540 - 1550)

The Prevalence of Psychological Problems Among Ostomy Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study from Iran
- Sedigheh Aghaei (Iran)

4B-3 : 118
(1550 - 1600)

Parastomal Hernia: Providing Evidence for Consistency in Prevention and Management
- Wendy Osborne (UK)

4C - Conference Hall 2
 

4C-1 : 458
(1530 - 1540)

Using Evidence-Based Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD) Prevention and Management Protocol To Reduce Perineum Skin Breakdown in Hospital Setting
- Chan, Wai Hing (Hong Kong)

4C-2 : 468
(1540 - 1550)

My Case Study Turns Empty Bed! Öî Statistics On Incontinent Patient Defaults
- Muhammad Tajul Asyraf Bin Othman (Malaysia)

4C-3 : 494
(1550 - 1600)

Role and Function of Specialized Nurses in the Treatment of Patients with Fecal Incontinence
- Werner Droste (Germany)

4D - Conference Hall 3
 

4D-1 : 365/394
(1530 - 1540)

Phenomenology Study : ET Nurses Experience Becoming a Human Pockets
- HAMKA (Indonesia)

4D-2 : 377
(1540 - 1550)

My life
- Mireille Hamson (UK)

4D-3 : 407
(1550 - 1600)

Consistency Study of The Wounds Assessment at The Bedside and Digital Photographs Assessment of The Wounds
- Li Peifang (China)

1600 - 1630
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Refreshment Break

1630 - 1700
(5A - 5D)

5A - Banquet Hall
 

5A-1 : Keynote Speaker
(1630 - 1640)

Advanced Therapy for Pressure Injury
- Professor Dr Hiromi Sanada (Japan)

5A-2 : 20
(1640 - 1650)

Introducing A New Classification System For Skin Tears: International Skin Tear Advisory Panel (ISTAP) Skin Tear Classification System
- Kimberly LeBlanc (Canada)

5A-3 : 166
(1650 - 1700)

The Combination of Honey and Hydrogel Therapy Treatment for the Fournier Gangrene Wound: Case Report
- Lina Febrianti (Indonesia)

5B - Conference Hall 1
 

5B-1 : 143
(1630 - 1640)

The Use of Manuka Honey Within Stoma Care to Maintain Peristomal Skin Integrity: The Ostomates Perspective.
- Moira Evans (UK)

5B-2 : 121
(1640 - 1650)

SACS 2.0: A Review of the Original SACS Scale and a proposal of a New Classification
- Mario Antonini (Italy)

5B-3 : 126
(1650 - 1700)

Use of medications in ostomy patients: cross-sectional study.
- Juliano Teixeira Moraes (Brazil)

5C - Conference Hall 2
 

5C-1 & 5C-2 : Invited Speaker
(1630 - 1650)

Pelvic Floor Exercise: Does it help to reduce incontinence? 
- Ms Lilly Lim Khee Li, Physiotherapist, Hospital Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

5C-3 : 520
(1650 - 1700)

Management of Voiding Dysfunction Neurogenic
- Idramsyah (Indonesia)

5D - Conference Hall 3
 

Writers Workshop

 

1715 - 1830
Level 3, Conference Hall 2

Industry Symposium: ConvaTec

1830

Free Time

 

Tuesday, 17 April 2018
(Day 2)

0630 - 1900
Level 3, Registration Counter

Registration and Information Desk

1000 - 1700
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Exhibition Hours

0700 - 0815
Level 3,
Banquet Hall

Industry Symposium: BBraun

0830 - 0900
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 9

Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury in Geriatric patients

Keynote Speaker:
Professor Dr. Hiromi Sanada, Department of Gerontological Nursing/Wound Care Management, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

Chairperson:
Ms Carmen George (Australia)

0900 - 0930
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 10

Intestinal Stomas: Lessons Learned from the Yesteryears

Keynote Speaker:
Dato' Dr Mesheshinder Singh, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon President, Malaysian Society of Colorectal Surgeons (MSCRS) (Malaysia)

Chairperson:
Mr Mohd Rahime Abdul Wahab (Malaysia)

0930 - 1000
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 11

Local experience in the use of silicone foam dressing?

Keynote Speaker:
Ms Michelle Lee Wai Kuen, Nurse Consultant, Wound and Stoma Care, Department of Surgery, Queen Mary Hospital (Hong Kong)

Chairperson:
Mr Pang (Hong Kong)

1000 - 1100
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Refreshment Break and Poster Presentation

1100 - 1120
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 12

The Direction and Future of Enterostomal Therapy Nursing worldwide.

Keynote Speaker:
Ms Carmen George, RN ET, Stomal Therapy Nurse, Melbourne (Australia)

Chairperson:
Ms Dee Waugh (South Africa)

1120 - 1140
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 13

Woundcare with Maggot Therapy A Good Choice?

Keynote Speaker:
Professor Dr Harikrishna K. R. Nair SIS, KMN, Head of Wound Care Unit, Dept. of Internal Medicine, KLH Founding President Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals MSWCP (Malaysia)

Chairperson: 
Dr Nizam (Malaysia)

1140 - 1200
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 14

Topic 1. International Skin Tear Advisory Panel (ISTAP): Past, Present and Future (1110 - 1120)

Dr Kimberly LeBlanc, PhD, RN, CETN (C) Ottawa (Canada)
President, International Skin Tear Advisory Panel (ISTAP)
(Invited Speaker)

Topic 2. International Skin Tear Advisory Panel (ISTAP) Classification System: adaptation and validation in Brazil and Chile (1120 - 1130)

Prof Dr Vera Santos and MSN Heidi Hevia Campos
(Invited Speaker)

Chairperson:
Ms Hasimah Zainol (Malaysia)

1200 - 1220
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 15

Incontinence: The Advancement of Urinary Incontinence Management in Malaysia

Keynote Speaker:
Dr Peter Ng Eng Pin, Consultant Urologist and President Continence Foundation of Malaysia (Malaysia)

Chairperson:
Ms Lee Seen Ying (Malaysia)

1220 - 1250
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 16

Pressure Injuries: An International Collaboration for Prevention and Management

Invited Speaker:
Prof Keryln Carville (Australia)

Chairperson:
Ms Michelle Lee Wai Kuen (Hong Kong)

1250 - 1350

Lunch Break
WCET REP & ETNEP Meeting

1350 - 1420
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 17

Diabetic Foot Ulcer: Can We Stop Amputation?

Professor Dr Harikrishna K. R. Nair SIS, KMN, Head of Wound Care Unit, Dept. of Internal Medicine, KLH Founding President Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals MSWCP (Malaysia)

Chairperson: 
Mr Edy Mulyadi (Malaysia)

 

WOUND

STOMA

STOMA

MISCELLANEOUS

1420 - 1450
(6A - 6D)

6A - Banquet Hall
 

6A-1 : 193
(1420 - 1430)

The Correlation of Bacterial Count Using a Rapid Bacteria Counting System Against Wound Healing on Diabetic Foot Ulcers in Indonesia
- Haryanto (Indonesia)

6A-2 : 229
(1430 - 1440)

Managing Enteroatmospheric Fistula with the Application of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy - A Multiple Case Report
- Fong Choi Ching (Hong Kong)

6A-3 : Inglese
(1440 - 1450)

The Art of dressing Selection: A Consensus Statement on Skin Tears and Best Practice
- Kimberly LeBlanc (Canada)

6B - Conference Hall 1
 

6B-1 & 6B-2 : Keynote Speaker
(1420 - 1440)

The role of a Stoma in Current Surgical Practice
- Dato' Dr Meheshinder Singh (Malaysia)

6B-3 : 158
(1440 - 1450)

A Qualitative Study of how Adult Patients Experience Hospitalisation with the Construction of an Acute Ostomy
- Per Herlufsen (Denmark)

6C - Conference Hall 2
 

6C-1 : 585
(1420 - 1430)

Adjustment to the New Life Situation One Year After Ostomy Surgery: Results of a Clinical Study
- Jeanette Fingren (Sweden)

6C-2 : 607
(1430 - 1440)

Depression and Resilience in Ostomates of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Hwang Ji Hyeon (South Korea)

6C-3 : 613
(1440 - 1450)

Quality of Life of Ostomates in South Indian Population
- Priya Grace Prakash (India)

6D Conference Hall 3
 

6D-1 : 411
(1420 - 1430)

Actual Conditions and Environmental Factors of Sexuality among IBD Patients in Japan
- Yoshiko Miki (Japan)

6D-2 : 424/427
(1430 - 1440)

The Impact of Safety Organizing on Nursing Quality in Hospital Intensive Care Units Perceived Organizational Support as Mediating Variable
- Ruijie Tian (China)

6D-3 : 431
(1440 - 1450)

Can Anyone be Immune From Cancer or Having a Stoma, Including a Religious Leader?
- SN Renna Yii (Malaysia)

1450 - 1520
(7A - 7D)

7A - Conference Hall 1


7A-1 : 241
(1450 - 1500)

Epidermolisys Bullosa: a Challenge For A Life
- Silvana Mara Janning Prazeres (Brazil)

7A-2 : 244
(1450 - 1500)

The Role of NPWT in Palliative Wound Care
- Thng Hui Hui Esther (Singapore)

7A-3 : 251
(1450 - 1500)

Wound Healing and Management in Urology
- Xiuqun Yuan (China)

7B - Conference Hall 2
 

7B-1 : 162
(1440 - 1450)

Quality of Life for Patients Living with Faecal Stoma in Kenyatta National Hospital
- Jane Wanja Ndungu (Kenya)

7B-2 : 179
(1440 - 1450)

The IOA and the ASPOA: Organizations that Support the Rights and Quality of Life of Ostomates Worldwide
- Ronaldo Lora (Philipines)

7B-3 : 188
(1450 - 1500)

A Skin Stripping Challenge Comparison of Infused Ostomy Skin Barriers
- Gary Inglese (USA)

7C - Banquet Hall
 

7C-1 : 772
(1440 - 1450)

Risk Factors Associated with Peristomal Skin Complications: Integrative Literature
- Blessy John (Qatar)

7D Conference Hall 3
 

7D-1 : 440
(1440 - 1450)

Healthy Benefits of Participating in Medical Service Trips vs Sustainable Volunteering
- Michele R Burdette-Taylor (USA)

7D-2 : 443
(1440 - 1450)

Implement a CFCN in Acute Care Settings: An AHRQ Innovation in Clinical Practice
- Michele R. Burdette-Taylor (USA)

7D-3 : 444
(1450 - 1500)

Looking at the Bigger Picture. Stomaltherapy Strategies To Reach Out to The Interior.
- Ng Yeng Lai (Malaysia)

1520 - 1605

Welland Medical Workshop - Banquet Hall
&
Refreshment Break -
Grand Ballroom

 

WOUND

STOMA

STOMA

MISCELLANEOUS

1605 - 1635
(8A - 8D)

8A - Banquet Hall
 

8A-1 : 273
(1605 - 1615)

Fungating Wound Management
- Supun Prageeth Samarakoon (Sri Lanka)

8A-2 : 281
(1615 - 1625)

Pressure Injuries in Hospitalized Patients in Sao Paulo: Incidence and Associated Risk Factors
- Vera Santos (Brazil)

8A-3 : 297
(1625 - 1635)

PACED: New Framework for Acute Wound Care Management
- Sukma Wijaya (Indonesia)

 

8B - Conference Hall 1
 

8B-1 : 231
(1605 - 1615)

Peristomal Skin: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: What's in a name?
- Patricia Walls (Australia)

8B-2 : 248
(1615 - 1625)

Fluid Management of Renal Impairment Caused by High-Output Stoma: A Case Report
- Yao Hu (China)

8B-3 : 252
(1625 - 1635)

One Man's Journey: Bowel Cancer Australia's Awareness and Management Programmes
- Amanda Richardson (Australia)

8C - Conference Hall 2
 

8C-1 : 614
(1605 - 1615)

Application of Fresh-Keeping Bag in 47 Patients with Enterostomy Mucocutaneous Separation
- Li Fen (China)

8C-2 : 623
(1615 - 1625)

Double-Tube Continuous Negative Pressure Suction Drain: New Effective Way to Deal With Urine Leakage of Urinary Stoma
- Mengxiao Jiang (China)

8C-3 : 630
(1625 - 1635)

Contradictions in Care: Enabling Nurses in North Vietnam Help Patients Learn to Live Lifelong With a Stoma
- Joy Notter (UK)

8D - Conference Hall 3
 

8D-1 : 446
(1605 - 1615)

In A Hope For Cancer Cure Using Daun Riman- The Cancer Leaves Öî
- Helen Bampa (Malaysia)

8D-2 : 451
(1615 - 1625)

Survey and Analysize of Nurse Knowledge and Skills of Applying Adhesive Medical Tapes in Clinical Surgery Settings
- Bao-Jia Luo (China)

8D-3 : 459
(1625 - 1635)

Biennial Report: Patient Clinical Outcome Summary and Analysis of a Private Nurse-led Wound Center in Malang, East Java, Indonesia
- Ahmad Hasyim Wibisono (Indonesia)

1635 - 1705
(9A - 9D)

9A - Banquet Hall
 

9A-1 : 312
(1635 - 1645)

Which One is Better to Cure Phlebitis? Evidence from the Comparison Between TCM Herbs Homemade Sticker and Magnesium Sulfate Wet Sticker
- Qian Chen (China)

9A-2 : 320
(1645 - 1655)

Elevate the Nurseí Ability of Pressure Ulcers Assessment and Care By Applying Flip Teaching Model.
- Wen-Pei Huang (Taiwan)

9A-3 : 321
(1655 - 1705)

Impact of Wound on the Quality of Life
- Roseline Kasera (Kenya)

9B - Conference Hall 1
 

9B-1 : 255
(1635 - 1645)

The Nursing Methods of Anal Pain In A Patient With Postoperative Low Anterior Resection Syndrome After Colostomy Closure.
- Biquan Ma (China)

9B-2 : 258
(1645 - 1655)

Efficacy Comparison And Nursing of Two Treatment Methods For Stoma Granuloma
- XU Hong-lian (China)

9B-3 : 267
(1655 - 1705)

Self-Reported Life-Style Impact of Patient Living with Stoma
- Niken Safitri Dyan Kusumaningrum (Indonesia)

9C - Conference Hall 2
 

9C-1 : 677
(1635 - 1645)

Nursing Experience for Treating Stoma Related Complications With Convex Chassis
- Hong Fan Xue (China)

9C-2 : 714
(1645 - 1655)

Wound & Ostomy Care in Saudi Arabia (SWOT) Analysis
- Isiah Maqboul Ebrahim Abbas (UAE))

9C-3 : 749
(1655 - 1705)

The standardised rehabilitation of the anal sphincter after rectum resection
- Adelheid Anzinger

9D - Conference Hall 3
 

9D-1 : 463
(1635 - 1645)

Applying Neuromuscular Tapping to Reduce Pain In Chronic Wound
- Arum Ratna Pratiwi (Indonesia)

9D-2 : 513
(1645 - 1655)

Professional Leads Services in Wound Ostomy and Continence: Celebrate 10 Years of Indonesian ETNEP
- Marina Ruran (Indonesia)

9D-3 : 518
(1655 - 1705)

Dealing with Silvery Scaling of Psoriasis by Using Red Papua Fruit - Indonesia: Pandanus Conoideus
- Widasari Sri Gitarja (Indonesia)

1705 - 1735
(10A - 10D)

10A - Banquet Hall
 

10A-1 : 355
(1705 - 1715)

The Impact of Vitamin D Deficiency on the Presence of Deep Wound Infection in Persons with Diabetes.
- Hiske Smart (Bahrain)

10A-2 : 358
(1715 - 1725)

The Effect of Fresh Potato Slides on Leakage of Iodinated Contrast Agent at Puncture Point.
- Wang Yang (China)

10A-3 : 367/449
(1725 - 1735)

A Controlled Study of the AQUACELÆAg With Hydrofiber Dressings Enhanced the Wound Healing of Abscess of Periductal Mastitis.
- Lan Tao (China)

10B - Conference Hall 1
 

10B-1 : 296
(1705 - 1715)

The Challenges of Managing Systemic Skin Conditions and their Impact on Peristomal Skin
- Louise Foulds (UK)

10B-2 : 325
(1715 - 1725)

Peristomal Skin Changes: What Treatment Should be Adopted? Results of a Multi-Centre Observational Study
- Antonini Mario (Italy)

10B-3 : 352
(1725 - 1735)

The Relationship Between Characreristics Ostomate with physical comfort and psychospiritual in Jakarta Area
- Devi Sahputra (Indonesia)

10C - Conference Hall 2
 

10C-1 : 472
(1705 - 1715)

Facilitate the Self-Care of Ostomy Patients by Following Apply-Remove-Check
- Chia-Wei,Yeh (Taiwan)

10C-2 : 496
(1715 - 1725)

Assessment for Ostomy Patients Using the LSD-Score
- Werner Droste (Germany)

10C-3 : 504
(1725 - 1735)

Management Complication of Peristomal Skin: SACS 2.0 L3T5 in Children with Ileostomy Using Zinc Cream and Plastic Bags
- Khairul Bahri (Indonesia)

10D - Conference Hall 3
 

10D-1 : 545
(1705 - 1715)

The Underestimated Role of Skin pH in Managing Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing
- Diana Gallagher (USA)

10D-2 : 547
(1715 - 1725)

Clinic Wound and Ostomy: Innovative Nursing Management to Promote ET Nursing Specialty Service in Thailand.
- Yuwadee Kestsumpun (Tahiland)

10D-3 : 548
(1725 - 1735)

Survivorship
- Lisa Wilson (Australia)

1735 - 1805
(11A - 11D)

11A - Conference Hall 1
 

11A-1 : 373
(1735 - 1745)

Management of Perineal Moisture-Associated Skin Damage: A Case Report
- Yu-Xin Chen (Taiwan)

11A-2 : 379
(1745 - 1755)

Started Point Treatment Bone Exposed On Wound Chronic And Challenge Stop Amputation : A Case Series
- Kana Fajar (Indonesia)

11A-3 : 406
(1755 - 1805)

A Case of Ventricular Pacing Lead Rejection & Infection Wound After Congenital Heart Disease
- Zhang Yueer (China)

11B - Conference Hall 2
 

11B-1 : 366
(1735 - 1745)

The Benefits of Nurse-Led Management of LARS
- Denise Hibbert (Saudi Arabia)

11B-2 : 369/573
(1745 - 1755)

An Unfamiliar Peristomal Skin Condition
- Debra Day (Australia)

11B-3 : 387
(1755 - 1805)

Group Visits Influence on Self-Efficacy of Postoperative Patients with Colostomy
- Yingying Li (China)

11C - Conference Hall 3
 

11C-1 : 515
(1735 - 1745)

Recent Observations on the Clinical Application of Convexity
- Caroline Rudoni (UK)

11C-2 : 526
(1745 - 1755)

Proactive Management in Ostomy Care: Ceramide Infused Barrier Case Studies
- Paris Purnell (USA)

11C-3 : 527
(1755 - 1805)

Stoma Complications and Their Impact on Qualty of Life
- Renata BATAS (Slovenia)

 

1805 - 1845
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Let's Exer-Dance

2000 - 2300
Ground Floor
Exhibition Hall 4

Congress Dinner

 

Wednesday, 18 April 2018
(Day 3)

0700 - 1730
Level 3, Registration Counter

Information Desk

Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Exhibition Hours

1000 - 1030
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Refreshment Break

 

WOUND

STOMA

INCONTINENCE

MISCELLANEOUS

1030 - 1100
(12A - 12D)

12A - Banquet Hall


12A-1 : 410
(1030 - 1100)

The Effect of Gatrocnemius Muscle Stimulation on the Diabetic Foot Ulcer Healing Process
- Ns.Asrizal (Indonesia)

12A-2 : 420
(1040 - 1050)

Prevalence and Analysis of Medical Device Related Pressure Injuries: Results from the International Pressure Ulcer Prevalenceô Survey
- Elizabeth A. Ayello (USA)

12A-3 : 435
(1050 - 1100)

Disaster Wound Management in Aceh Indonesia
- Edy Mulyadi (Indonesia)

12B - Conference Hall 1
 

12B-1 : 403
(1030 - 1100)

Application of Astragaloside and Betaine Wound Gel in Colostomy with Mucocutaneous Separation
- Zhong Jun (China)

12B-2 : 405
(1040 - 1050)

Stoma Care Nursing In The Kalahari Desert Of Botswana
- Chabo Mbangiwa Lelaka (Bostawa)

12B-3 : 413
(1050 - 1100)

The Effect of Comprehensive Transitional Care Model Among Colostomy Patients with Rectal Cancer
- Lin Lyu (China)

12C - Conference Hall 2
 

12C : Invited Speaker
(1030 - 1040)

Incontinence in Children:
- Dr Srihari Singaravel (Malaysia)

12D - Conference Hall 3
 

12D-1 : 562
(1030 - 1100)

Scoping Times and Costs to Healing Community Wounds
- Keryln Carville (Australia)

12D-2 : 596
(1040 - 1050)

Study of the Importance of Stoma Care Nurses for Ostomates
- Gabriele Kroboth (Austria)

12D-3 : 601
(1050 - 1100)

Mission statement of Austrian stoma and continence nurses
- Gabriele Kroboth (Austria)

1100 - 1130
(13A - 13D)

13A - Banquet Hall
 

13A-1 : 447
(1100 - 1110)

No, Sex Can Wait To Nurse Patient with Colo-Vaginal Fistula Wound
- Santy Anak Julia (Malaysia)

13A-2 : 453
(1110 - 1120)

More than Curing the Wound: A Case of Facial Fungating Wound Due to Carcinoma
- Mei-Chun Zheng (China)

13A-3 : 482
(1120 - 1130)

Case Report: Acute and Chronic Wound Treatment with Tea Tree Oil Ointment (Tribee) Remedies in Indonesia
- Irma Puspita Arisanty (Indonesia)

13B - Conference Hall 1
 

13B-1 : 433
(1100 - 1110)

Quality of Life Among Ostomates: The North Borneo (Sabah) Experience
- Karenita K. Shandu (Malaysia)

13B-2 : 448
(1110 - 1120)

To Finally Bring a Smile to a Mentally-ill Colostomate with Severe Peristomal Skin Excoriationsî
- Chan Tze Ung (Malaysia)

13B-3 : 450
(1120 - 1130)

Why We Need More ETs in Vietnam Statistics ñ Descriptive Demography and Types of Adult and Paediatrics Ostomies in Vietnam
- Nguyen Thi Lam (Vietnam)

13C - Conference Hall 2
 

13C : Invited Speaker
(1100 - 1110)

Advancement of WOC (ET) Nursing in China
- Julie Weng (China)

13D - Conference Hall 3
 

13D-1 : 615
(1100 - 1110)

Liu Xiao Min (China)

13D-2 : 634
(1110 - 1120)

Having Stoma: A Curse for the Patients Living in Resource Poor Countries Like Nepal?
- Saraswati Bhandari (Nepal)

13D-3 : 639
(1120 - 1130)

How Useful is the Book of the Person with a Stoma as a Communication Vehicle.
- Dulce Oliveira (Portugal)

1130 - 1200
(14A - 14D)

14A - Banquet Hall


14A-1 : 483
(1130 - 1140)

Determining Sub-Bandage Compression in Leg Ulcer Management
- Sharon Boxall (Australia)

14A-2 : 498
(1140 - 1150)

A New Dawn In Wound Management At The KENYATTA National Hospital Kenya
- Silas Mlingera (Kenya)

14A-3 : 503
(1150 - 1200)

A Case of Postoperative Incision Dehiscence of Valvular Heart Disease
- Duan Dan (China)

14B - Conference Hall 1
 

14B-1 : 455
(1130 - 1140)

A Particular And Unanswered Religious Concern About A Stoma, Muslim Death And Burial.
- Muhammad Alif Bin Rifiat (Malaysia)

14B-2 : 461
(1140 - 1150)

Intervention Project on Ostomy Patients - INVESTIGO
- C·tia Teixeira (Portugal)

14B-3 : 462
(1150 - 1200)

Pelvic Exenteration Surgery, Dual Stomas and the Challenges for Stomal Therapy
- Colleen Mendes (Australia)

14C - Conference Hall 2
 

14C-1 - Oral Paper

14C-2 - Oral Paper

14C-3 - Oral Paper

14D - Conference Hall 3
 

14D-1 : 644
(1130 - 1140)

Struggle to make a difference to a special group of patients
- Keziah.R.Nzole (Kenya)

14D-2 : 649
(1140 - 1150)

Intestinal Stomata Elimination: Cost of Equipment and Adjuvants Dispensed by the Public Service
- Sandra Marina GonÁalves Bezerra (Brazil)

14D-3 : 767
(1150 - 1200)

Socio Economic, Physical, and Psychological Problems Faced by Ostomates in Nepal.
- Shanti Bajracharya (Nepal)

 

WOUND

1200 - 1230
(15A - 15D)

15A - Banquet Hall


15A-1 : 556
(1200 - 1210)

Direct cost of the Negative Wound Pressure Therapy in patients with traumatic wounds
- Carol Viviana Serna Gonz·lez (Brazil)

15A-2 : 564
(1210 - 1220)

The Influence of Administering Metronidazole Powder to Lessen Odor, Exudate, and Bacterium Colonozation on Breast Cancer Wound
- Ariyanti Saleh (Indonesia)

15A-3 : 587
(1220 - 1230)

Practical Result of the Australian Kenya Twining Program - A Case Study of Nursing Management of Enterocuteneous Fistila in Machakos Hospital
- Esther Nzembi Mututo (Kenya)

15B - Conference Hall 2
 

15B-1 : 600
(1200 - 1210)

Establishment and Application of Information Platform for Disease Management of Wound Mouth Disease in Tumor Patients
- Qianqianliu (China)

15B-2 : 605
(1210 - 1220)

Suspected Deep Tissue Injury Evaluated by Severance hospital WOC Nurses in Republic of Korea
- Eun Jin Han (South Korea)

15B-3 : 633
(1220 - 1230)

Prevalence of Skin Injuries Related to Care in Colombia
- Renata Virginia Gonzlez Consuegra (Colombia)

15C - Conference Hall 1
 

15C-1 : 637
(1200 - 1210)

Cost Comparison of Diabetic Foot Ulcer (DFU) Treatment Between Gangrene and Non-Gangrene at Wound Care Clinic : A Three Years Retrospective Study.
- Dwi Nurfaidah (Indonesia)

15C-2 : 759
(1210 - 1220)

The Effect of Basil Leaves on Infected Wound Healing in Mice Model'
- Suriadi (Indonesia)

15C-3 : 784
(1220 - 1230)

Development of The Guideline for Diabetic Foot Ulcer Prevention in Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Indonesia
- Kharisma Pratama (Indonesia)

15D - Conference Hall 3
 

15D-1 & 2 : Invited Speaker
(1200 - 1220)

Pressure Injuries by Medical Devices: A Clinical Update
- Elizabeth Ayello

15D-3 : 780
(1220 - 1230)

Using ‘The Patient Journey’ to Teach Soft Skills
- Beth Waithiegeni Waweru (Kenya)

1230 - 1330
Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Lunch Break

1330 - 1400
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Plenary 18

Advancement in Colorectal Surgery.

Invited Speaker:
Professor Dr April Camillia, Head of Colorectal Division, Department of Surgery, University Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Chairperson:
Professor Dr. Hiromi Sanada (Japan)

1400 - 1445
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Panel Discussion

Moderator:
Assoc. Professor Dr Rohani Arshad (Malaysia)

1445 - 1545
Level 3, Banquet Hall

Closing Ceremony

Chairperson:
Mariam Mohd Nasir (Malaysia)

1545 - 1730

Social visit for those who have registered:

Group 1: Wound Care Unit, Kuala Lumpur Hospital
Group 2: Diabetic Management Unit (Diabetic One Stop Unit including Diabetic Foot Care), University Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur

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