Integrating AI into everyday decisions and processes

  • INNOVATION IN CARE & OPERATIONS

When:

Tuesday 10 September

13:10–14:10

Session description:

Discover how integrating AI into everyday processes and decisions can revolutionize healthcare. This session explores the transformative power of generative AI in healthcare systems, administration for clinical care, and decision making.

Featured presentations:

  • Rethinking processes and structures for an inclusive care model: The expectations of transgender patients (Mrs Esther Franquet Barnils)
  • Delegating professional tasks to artificial intelligence in medicine: Insights from Portuguese physicians (Ms Ana Soraia Cunha)
  • The use of AI in improving decision making skills and clinical reasoning among nursing students (Dr Nadiah Baghdadi)
  • Transformation of healthcare services through the use of artificial intelligence in Sekarwangi’s hello number
  • INNOVATION IN CARE & OPERATIONS

When:

Tuesday 10 September

13:10–14:10

Speakers

Dr Nadiah Baghdadi

Dean of the College of Nursing, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia

Dr Nadiah Baghdadi is the Dean of the College of Nursing, Princess Nourah bint Abdul Rahman University, Saudi Arabia. She is also an Associate Professor in Nursing Management and Leadership. She received her master’s and doctorate from Northeastern University, Boston, USA. She holds a certificate in Adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner. Dr Baghdadi has many ISI research publications in the specialty. She is passionate about research, leadership, and improving healthcare providers work environment.

Ms Ana Soraia Cunha

Researcher, NOVA National School of Public Health, Portugal

Ana’s early passion for health and science laid the foundation for her academic and research activities. She holds a master’s degree in health management and completed a postgraduate degree in Digital Health at ENSP-NOVA, where she remains dedicated to her role as a researcher. Her expertise and commitment drive her pursuit of knowledge in crucial areas such as health literacy and the perception of individuals with chronic conditions, including Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Heart Failure, Chronic Kidney Disease, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Ana’s work contributes to advancing knowledge in these domains, striving to make a positive impact. With a special interest in Digital Health, particularly Telemedicine and Artificial Intelligence, she aspires to undertake future research endeavors in these fields. Ana’s determination, curiosity, and commitment to staying abreast of emerging trends define her professional journey and highlight her dedication to making a meaningful difference through her research.

Mrs Esther Franquet Barnils

Nurse Director, Fundació Puigvert, Spain

Mrs Esther Franquet Barnils, MA was born on May 15th, 1977 in Caldes de Montbui, the youngest of two sisters. She studied Nursing at the Faculty of Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (HSCSP) of the University Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). Her professional career at the healthcare level has developed in the areas of the operating room, postoperative period, and out-of-hospital emergencies, at which time she has completed two university Master’s degrees, one in Anesthesia and Resuscitation and the other in Out-of-Hospital Emergencies.

She worked at HSCSP, Fundació Puigvert, Real Automobil Club de Catalunya (RACC), and Paris 92 SA. Fundació Puigvert is where she has developed her professional career as a Manager. In 2008, she accepted the position of Nursing Supervisor in the Hospital and Emergency Unit, where I discovered her true passion in management. In 2010, she accepted the position of Deputy to the Nursing Directorate. Lastly, in 2011, she held the position of Nursing Director until today.

In this field, she has developed three Master’s degrees in Management: two in Nursing Management and one in Hospital Management. She is well on her way to starting her PhD.