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ICONPMPC 2020 Amsterdam

May 14-15, 2020
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Patient Management and Pain Care
Submissions due:
2020-01-14 00:00:00
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ICONPMC 2019 Prague

Sep 05-06, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Pain Management and Care
Submissions due:
2019-06-05 00:00:00
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ICONCPM 2019 Stockholm

Jul 15-16, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-06-14 00:00:00
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ICONPMPC 2019 Amsterdam

May 14-15, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Patient Management and Pain Care
Submissions due:
2019-04-14 00:00:00
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ICONCPM 2019 Madrid

Mar 26-27, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-02-26 00:00:00
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ICONPMC 2018 Prague

Sep 03-04, 2018
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Pain Management and Care
Submissions due:
2018-08-03 00:00:00
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ICONICPM 2019 Bangkok

Nov 28-29, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Integrative Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-10-28 00:00:00
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ICPMPCCON 2019 Chicago

Oct 10-11, 2019
International Conference on Patient Management and Pain Care in Cancer and Oncology Nursing
Submissions due:
2019-09-10 00:00:00
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ICONICPM 2019 Vienna

Jun 20-21, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Integrative Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-05-20 00:00:00
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ICONPCPM 2019 Paris

Mar 28-29, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Patient Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-02-28 00:00:00
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ICICPMCON 2019 Miami

Mar 11-12, 2019
International Conference on Integrative Care and Pain Management in Cancer and Oncology Nursing
Submissions due:
2019-02-11 00:00:00
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ICONICPM 2019 Bali

Jan 14-15, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Integrative Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2018-12-15 00:00:00
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ICONICPM 2018 Bangkok

Nov 29-30, 2018
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Integrative Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2018-10-31 00:00:00
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ICPMPCCON 2018 Chicago

Oct 10-11, 2018
International Conference on Patient Management and Pain Care in Cancer and Oncology Nursing
Submissions due:
2018-09-10 00:00:00
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ICONQCCPM 2019 Barcelona

Mar 06-07, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Quality Cancer Care and Pain Management
Submissions due:
2019-02-10 00:00:00
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ICPMICCON 2019 Barcelona

Mar 06-07, 2019
International Conference on Pain Management and Integrative Care in Cancer and Oncology Nursing
Submissions due:
2019-02-10 00:00:00
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ICONPMIC 2019 Kuala Lumpur

Feb 11-12, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Pain Management and Integrative Care
Submissions due:
2019-01-11 00:00:00
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ICONPMQCC 2020 London

Jan 19-20, 2020
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Pain Management and Quality Cancer Care
Submissions due:
2019-12-19 00:00:00
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ICONPMQCC 2019 London

Jan 21-22, 2019
International Conference on Oncology Nursing, Pain Management and Quality Cancer Care
Submissions due:
2018-12-21 00:00:00
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Sociocultural Context of Pain Management in Oncology and Palliative Nursing Care

Pain management is a question of quality of life and
an indicator for nursing quality. Chronic pain which is predominant
in oncology and palliative nursing situations is perceived today as a
multifactorial, individual emotional experience with specific
characteristics including the sociocultural dimension when dealing
with migrant patients. This dimension of chronic pain is of major
importance in professional nursing of migrant patients in hospices or
palliative care units. Objectives of the study are: 1. To find out more
about the sociocultural views on pain and nursing care, on customs
and nursing practices connected with pain of both Turkish Muslim
and German Christian women, 2. To improve individual and family
oriented nursing practice with view to sociocultural needs of patients
in severe pain in palliative care. In a qualitative-explorative comparative study 4 groups of women,
Turkish Muslims immigrants (4 from the first generation, 5 from the
second generation) and German Christian women of two generations
(5 of each age group) of the same age groups as the Turkish women
and with similar educational backgrounds were interviewed (semistructured
ethnographic interviews using Spradley, 1979) on their
perceptions and experiences of pain and nursing care within their
families. For both target groups the presentation will demonstrate the
following results in detail: Utterance of pain as well as “private” and
“public” pain vary within different societies and cultures. Permitted
forms of pain utterance are learned in childhood and determine
attitudes and expectations in adulthood. Language, especially when
metaphors and symbols are used, plays a major role for
misunderstandings. The sociocultural context of illness may include
specific beliefs that are important to the patients and yet seem more
than far-fetched from a biomedical perspective. Pain can be an
influential factor in family relationships where respect or hierarchies
do not allow the direct utterance of individual needs. Specific
resources are often, although not exclusively, linked to religious
convictions and are significantly helpful in reducing pain. The discussion will evaluate the results of the study with view to
the relevant literature and present nursing interventions and
instruments beyond medication that are helpful when dealing with
patients from various socio-cultural backgrounds in painful end-oflife
situations.
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