Sigma 6th Biennial European Conference
22-25th June 2022
Registration is OPEN HERE
For information about travel and hotels see link below.
Omega Epsilon at-Large Chapter of Sigma, Ireland in partnership with RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dublin Sigma International Planning committee of European Chapter Presidents.
Nurses and midwives are at the forefront of global efforts to improve and enhance healthcare delivery with the goal of addressing the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Nurses and midwives work across diverse healthcare settings and community settings and are uniquely positioned to lead on, and contribute to, the achievement of the SDGs and transform global healthcare. This conference brings together leaders on this topic to showcase cutting edge research and clinical practice initiatives that demonstrate nursing and midwifery thought leadership in the development of sustainable health systems and services, with global reach and local impact. This conference will facilitate opportunities for individuals to come together and transform self, teams and communities.
The conference will be delivered as a hybrid event. A hybrid event will give the opportunity to individuals to travel to Ireland subject to Public Heath Guidance or if this is not possible virtual sessions enabling audiences to engage online from across the world will be made available. For those who will be able to travel to Ireland, we look forward to welcoming you to Dublin, Ireland to experience some of the wonderful offerings of this magnificent city.
Dr. Kenneth Dion (President-Elect, Sigma Nursing)
Dr. Elizabeth Madigan (Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Nursing)
Rachel Kenna (Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health, Ireland)
Margrieta Langins (European Chief Nursing Officer, World Health Organization)
Prof Sheila Tlou (Co-Chair, Global HIV Prevention Coalition & NursingNow, Former Minister for Health, Botswana, World Health Organization)
Prof Daniel Oerther (President American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists)
Dr. Peter Singer (Special Advisor to the Director-General, World Health Organization)
Dr. Joanne Bosanquet (CEO of the Foundation of Nursing Studies, The Queen’s Nursing Institute, UK)
Prof Eileen Savage (Emeritus Professor University College Cork & Founder Excello Coaching and Facilitation)
Grace Sullivan (Member of European Parliament, Green Party)
Prof Jonathan Drennan (Chair of Nursing and Health Services Research, University College Cork)