Presentations of the Keynotes, workshops and Study Visits

Keynotes in Bern

Helena Zaugg

Professional Nurses and Midwifes in Switzerland
(please contact Helena Zaugg directly if you are interested in the PDF of her presentation E-Mail)

Dr. Franziska Rabenschlag

Mental Health in Europe- within the Scope of Nursing and Midwifery (PDF)

Dr. Sabine Hahn

Mental Health: the Nurses Perspective (PDF)>

Dr. Anke Berger

Perinatal Mental Health: a Public Health Perspective (PDF)

Workshops in Bern


Nadine Biedermann and students

Workshop 1: Nursing across Europe- academic & professional differences (please contact Nadine Biedermann directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Pedro Cintra & Sina Müller

Workshop 2: Midwifery across Europe- academic & professional differences (please contact Sina Müller directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Doris Wyssmüller

Workshop 3: Mamamundo: Birth preparation far from home. A step towards an integral care for migrant women in Switzerland (please contact Doris Wyssmüller directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation  E-Mail)

Ursula Hölzli

Workshop 4: Increasing ethical competence of midwifes. An educational model for theoretical and practical setting (PDF)

Dr. Sabine Hahn & research team

Workhop 5 & 16: Changing the paradigm: Service user involvement in practice development, research and education (PDF)

Gisela Bähler

Workshop 6 & 9: Communication teaching: Dealing with aggressive patients (PDF)

Simon Stalder

Workshops 7 & 13: Certificate of Global Competence (PDF)

Katharina Guldimann

Workshop 8: Postnatal depression- how can mothers be treated holistically unseparated from their children? Website

Sabine Hahn  & research team

Workshop 10: Quality of Life in Nursing Homes – What do we learn from residents perspectives? (please contact Sabine Hahn directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Richard Luck

Workshop 11: Instinctive and natural body movements during simulated assaults: developing a new approach to physical intervention skills in health and social care setting; Pilot study (please contact Richard Luck directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation
E-Mail)

An Ackaert

Workshop 12 & 17: CAFE International (please contact An Ackaert directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Ursula Klopfstein

Workshop 14: Health care professionals as experts of domestic violence: the training on different educational level is needed (please contact Ursula Klopfstein directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Katharina Tritten, Petra Graf Heule

Workshop 15: Joint Education. Training facility cooperation between university and practice (PDF)

Study Visits in Bern


University Hospital Bern

Miriam Senn

Professional Education in the Women’s Clinic (PDF)

M. Senn / P. Blöchlinger

Information about the Maternity Clinic (PDF)

Patricia Blöchlinger

Dealing with the experience of an infant death (PDF)

Keynotes in Winterthur 

Elisabeth Kurth

Exhaustion in the Postpartum Period: a major Challenge for new Mothers and Fathers (please contact Elisabeth Kurth directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Andrea Renz & Heidi Zeller

Behaviours in Dementia that challenge- Preventive Strategies during Personal Care (please contact Andrea Renz directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation E-Mail)

Susanne Knüppel Lauener

Women Living with Postpartum Depression- a Grounded Theory Study (PDF)

Workshops in Winterthur 

Claus Brockmeyer

Seeing, hearing, speaking – three wise activities to get wise to Clinical Assessment (please contact Claus Brockmeyer directly if you are interested in the PDF of the presentation
E-Mail)

Skills team, Institute of Midwifery

Obstetric simulations

Ian Needham

The effects of training nurses to foresee and handle patient aggression: Would Florence Nightingale be proud of the evidence? (PDF)