All Ireland Nursing Festival (Ireland)

On the 30th March 2022, Professor John Wells, Dean School of Health Sciences, Waterford Institute of Technology on behalf of the SSTeMM Project team presented the pilot results in relation to the use of SSTeMM mobile application in a presentation called  “Supporting student nurses to manage their stress whilst in clinical placement – the SSTeMM (Student Stress E-Mobile Management) Project” at the All Ireland Nursing Festival (part of the Slaintecare…

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SSTeMM training for clinical preceptors (Slovenia)

On December 16, 2021, at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences, as part of the SSTeMM project, held training for preceptors, clinical mentors and school coordinators. The purpose of the training was to present the stress management content during clinical training to nursing students. The solutions developed were presented to students and mentors in practice. We described and demonstrated the use of the SSTeMM mobile application and the…

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SSTeMM Focus Group in TecnoCampus (Spain)

On the  23rd of March, the first focus group of the SSTeMM Project was held  at the School of Health Sciences at TecnnoCampus. The focus group was conducted by Ester Mateo as principal researcher with Carolina Gallardo as research assistant and observer. Students who used the app during their clinical placement provided their thoughts, opinions and experiences of using the app. These suggestions will help the future development of the…

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International Nursing Congress (Spain)

Technocampus presented the SSTeMM Project at the International Nursing Congress as part of subtheme 6 “Nurse workforce” where they presented SSTeMM project results around stressors for 4th year nursing students.  

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SSTeMM Workshop (Ireland)

On Wednesday 11th of May, the South East Technological University Team, with the support of UPMC Whitfield, held a SSTeMM workshop for  over 20 local Clinical Placement Coordinators in the School of Health Sciences’ Board Room. The event aimed to introduce the project to local CPCs and to elicit local feedback. SSTeMM team members and CPCs also benefited from SSTeMM cookies baked by Ms. Lorraine Kelly (UPMC Whitfield) (pictured below).…

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SSTeMM COVID-19 response

Image by fernando zhiminaicela from Pixabay   SSTeMM responds to COVID 19 stresses with support area including podcast. The SSTeMM project is very conscious of the challenges of COVID 19. To this end the SSTeMM team on its website has set up a page of resources to support students and clinicians. This includes a COVID 19 survey for those who wish to inform us of their worries. A section which…

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