UCD Presentation (Ireland)

On October 4th 2022, Professor John Wells presented the results of the SSTeMM project to lecturers in nursing at UCD’s School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems where he is a visiting professor. As part of the sustainability plan for the Higher Education Supported Erasmus plus funded Student Stress Training E-Mobile Management Project, Professor Wells spoke about the origins of the project, its results and future plans to ensure the…

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Training workshops for clinical mentors and novice clinical mentors (Slovenia)

On September 21, 2022, the team at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences, we held training workshops for clinical mentors and beginner clinical mentors entitled “Student-oriented mentoring process and support for nursing students in a clinical environment”. The participants were introduced to the SSTeMM manual and the mobile application as part of the training. The team paid particular attention to identifying stressors in nursing students in clinical exercises,…

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SSTeMM Advisory Board Meeting (Germany)

On August 10th and 11th, 2022, we held a meeting with the SSTeMM Advisory Board. The Advisory Board includes Professor Fiona Timmins (Dean of the School of Nursing, University College Dublin), Professor Martina Hassler ,  Professor Rita Berger (University of Barcelona) and Dr. Paolo Grandinetti (Psychiatrist, ASL Teramo, Italy).  The purpose of the meeting was to present the achievements of the project and proposals for future implementation. The Advisory Board concluded…

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SSTeMM Final Conference (Slovenia)

On July 5, 2022, at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences, we organized the final conference within the framework of the SSTeMM project. The project leader and coordinator, Professor Dr John Wells from South East Technological University (SETU) in Ireland, welcomed the conference participants. Then the participating researchers presented the project’s more important activities and achievements. As part of the project, the researchers developed a digital mobile platform…

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SSTeMM Transnational Meeting (Slovenia)

On July 4, 2022, the partners of the SSTeMM project held the last live project meeting at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences. The Spanish partners took part in the meeting online, as they fell ill with Covid-19 just before leaving for Slovenia. At the meeting, we reviewed the completed tasks in the project. We went into more detail about the implementation of the financial plan and compliance…

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SSTeMM Focus Group (Ireland)

(Left to right: Tara Kenny, Aoife Treacy, Aoife Corr, Niamh Furlong, Professor John Wells, Molly Connor, Andrea Kabinda Makaya, Kevina Nolan, Roisin Meaney) On June 20th 2022, a focus group was held with SSTeMM Student Nurse Development Team at SETU (Tara Kenny, Aoife Treacy, Aoife Corr, Niamh Furlong, Molly Connor, Andrea Kabinda Makaya, Kevina Nolan and Roisin Meaney). The Student Nurse Development Team provided further feedback on the SSTeMM mobile…

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SSTeMM Workshop (Ireland)

We were delighted to meet Clinical Nurse Education Facilitators (CNEFs) based in the Children’s Health Ireland Clinical sites at the SSTeMM workshop on Thursday the 16th June 2022. During the workshop Professor John SG Wells and the SSTeMM Team presented the SSTeMM digital platform and the resources that are available for CNEFs and preceptors supporting students and clinical staff. Thank you to Rosemary Clerkin and Deirdre Farrelly and the team…

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SSTeMM Workshop (Spain)

The Tecnocampus held this training with approximately 20 nurse professionals. In the morning, preliminary survey results were presented. Subequently, attendees were introduced to the SSTeMM app, resources and tools. Feedback and suggested areas for improvement were collected.

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“Better Together For Digital Healthcare” National Nursing & Midwifery Digital Healthcare Conference (Ireland)

On Friday 20th May 2022, Professor John Wells on behalf of the SSTeMM project team presented the results of the SSTeMM project in Ireland at the ‘Better Together for Digital Healthcare’, this conference, sponsored by the HSE brought together experts  for this  Nursing & Midwifery Conference. The conference was opened by the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, and brought together over 40 national and international speakers on the digital health…

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SSTeMM Workshop (Spain)

The director of the Escola Superior de Ciències de la Salut welcomed all the invited attendees and then presented the project in general terms. He then introduced the WIT’s SSTeMM researcher Marie Carey from the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, who connected via videoconference and spoke about the management of stress using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques during clinical placement.  Subsequently, the principal investigators of the project, Carme Rosell…

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