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Module 1: Effective Leadership
ASPIRE Certification Programme:
Basic Course in Management for ART Nurses

This course consists of 3 webinar modules.

❖ Course Series #:
Module 1: Effective Leadership

❖ Course Date & Time:
Tuesday, 4 October 2022 | 5pm - 6.45pm GMT+8

Chairperson: Ms. Megan Black (New Zealand)
Co-chairperson: Ms. Nerizza N. Enriquez,MSN,RN (Philippines)

❖ Course outline:
1. Exploring Different Style of Nurse Leadership/Management
Speaker: Ms. Maria Cecilia E Punzalan (Philippines)

2. Effective Communication
Speaker: Ms. Chiung-Wen Chang (Taiwan)

3. How to Be a Good Team Leader
Speaker: Ms. Carmel Carrigan (Australia)

❖ Learning Objectives
Participants will be given the tools to understand the different types of leadership styles and how nurses of different leadership style can work together in a nursing team. This will be achieved via a pre-module leadership style quiz.

➤Basic Certification of Completion
If you are interested to participate in the certification programme, please register here: https://forms.gle/oTS8Wn5m4nME13WP9

➤Certificate of Attendance
This certificate is purely a proof of attendance by the participant.
Participant will have to attend at least 50% of the webinar module to qualify for this certificate.

ASPIRE Member- Free access
Non-ASPIRE Member- USD 65 per webinar module
[If you have opted to pay for a single webinar module access, our secretariat will be in touch with you on the payment process]

❖ ASPIRE is currently running an exclusive membership for Nurses, Registered Midwives and Registered Counsellors.

Nurses, Registered Midwives and Registered Counsellors will be entitled to apply for a free 1-year ASPIRE membership (Year 2022).
Subscribe for the free membership here: https://forms.gle/UGL5CxhQVvBvs9gB6

This certificate course is developed by the ASPIRE Reproductive Nurses Special Interest Group.

Find out more: http://aspire-reproduction.org/certificate-courses/

Oct 4, 2022 05:00 PM in Singapore

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Chair: Ms. Megan Black (Australia)
Nurse Manager, Repromed New Zealand
Megan leads the nursing team through the continually changing face of IVF. She works in a multidisciplinary team, providing the essential organization between the doctors and laboratory and ensuring communication between all departments. Megan started her IVF nursing career in the United Kingdom, working in two large London clinic’s before returning to New Zealand. She is also the Secretary of Fertility Nurses of Australasia.
Co-chair: Ms. Nerizza N. Enriquez,MSN,RN (Philippines)
Chief, Nursing Education & Training, Philippine General Hospital
Major Competency Areas: Specialisation - Adult Health Nursing Sub-Specialisation - Medical-Surgical Transplant Nursing Major Achievements: Teaching Guide to pre-Kidney Transplant Orientation and Assessment of Prospective Donors. Teaching Guide to pre-Kidney Transplant Orientation and Assessment of Kidney Recipients. Kidney Transplant Educational Video. Kidney Donation Educational Video. Patient Satisfaction Survey for Kidney Transplant Patient and Kidney Donor. Health Education Kit for Kidney Transplant.
Speaker: Ms. Maria Cecilia E Punzalan (Philippines)
Chief, Nursing Research and Development, Philippine General Hospital Philippines
Born on August 8, 1968 in Manila to Dr. Crisogono R. Ermita and Mrs. Nicerata L. Mojica. Married to Dr. Felix Eduardo R. Punzalan, an Internist-Cardiologist and has 3 children: Elian Christopher,20 y/o; and Colin Elijah, 17 y/o; Camille Eliza 15y/o. Currently affiliated with Philippine General Hospital Division of Nursing Research and Development (DNRD).
Speaker: Ms. Chiung-Wen Chang (Taiwan)
Outpatient Nurse, Taipei Fertility Center
Work History Outpatient Nurse, Taipei Fertility Center / Taipei / 2021-Current Outpatient Nurse, New Far Eastern Obsgyn Hospital / Taichung / 2014-2021 Operating Room Nurse, Shun Tian Hospital / Taichung / 2013-2014 Outpatient Nurse, Dr. Hsu Obsgyn Clinic / Taipei / 2011-2013 Ward Nurse, Taipei Medical University Hospital / Taipei / 2010-2011 Education Bachelor of Science : Nursing / Taipei Medical University / 2006-2010
Speaker: Ms. Carmel Carrigan ( Australia)
Director of Nursing, Queensland Fertility Group
Carmel Carrigan has 35 years nursing experience including 27 years’ experience in midwifery, women’s health and infertility care with a commitment to providing outstanding women’s health care services in the private sector. She completed her General Nursing training at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane in 1987, later gaining Midwifery Endorsement in 1989 at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane. Carmel attended the Queensland University of Technology graduating with a Bachelor of Nursing (Post grad) in 1994. Carmel has extensive experience in nursing leadership predominantly as a Director of Nursing in the area of infertility. Carmel has a special interest in third party reproduction, quality management, nursing research and nurse education.