Day 2 :
Ege University, Turkey
Time : 10:00-10:30
She graduated from Ege University School of Nursing in 1980. Ege University completed his master's degree in Institute of Health Sciences1984 and her doctorate in 1989. In 1995 he became a doctor of Internal Medicine Nursing, and in 2001 he received her professorship title. She served as the Director of Ödemiş Health High School of Ege University between 2008 and 2012, and as the dean of Ege University Faculty of Nursing between the years 2013-2016. She is the founding member of Association of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation Nurses, Association of Oncology Nurses, Society of Neurological Nurses, Association of Turkish Nurses, EDTNA / ERCA, Founder member of Aegean Geriatric Society, Turkish Geriatric Foundation (2008-2009 Board Member) and Geriatric Nursing Association. 16 graduate students, 7 doctoral students have been counseled and their education has been terminated. She currently conducts consultations with 6 PhDs and 2 MSc students. She has been an executive in nine EU-funded projects. She has received 5 awards from scientific studies. SCI & SSCI & Arts and Humanities, 85 articles published in other fictional magazines, numerous reports presented at congresses, chapter writings in an international book, chapter author in 32 books. Nervous System Diseases and Nursing Care, Chemotherapy Nursing (Protection and Care Standards), Elderly Health and Care. Internal and Surgical Care, Neurological Sciences Nursing. She has been the translator of books on the Elderly Care Nursing books. She is a faculty member of the Department of Nursing, Department of Internal Medicine, Nursing Faculty of Ege University. She is married and a boy's mother.
When the medical, social, cultural, legal and ethical dimensions of aging are taken into consideration, it is important to develop, maintain and protect health so that societies can better serve older people and sustain their quality of life. Healthy lifestyles will be possible only through the application and maintenance of healthy lifestyle habits not only in old age but throughout life. For this reason, it is important to raise public awareness about the proper management of healthy living habits, control and maintenance of health care. This is the responsibility of health professionals, educators, social scientists and other professionals. In this context, it is necessary to implement initiatives aimed at grasping and applying the concept of active aging.
It can be defined as the "active aging" process in which people get the best out of opportunities to improve quality of life throughout their lives and apply their initiatives. The active word defines the continuity of the individual's social, economic, cultural, spiritual and individual involvement in events. At the end of the 1990s, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined what needs to be done to improve health by using the concept of "active aging". The World Health Organization defines active aging as the process of maximizing the opportunities for health, participation and security for these people in order to improve the quality of life as people age. More broadly, "active aging" can be defined as the highest level of possibilities for sustaining health, raising and maintaining the highest quality of life, lower levels of disability and dependence, self-sufficiency, and maintaining and sustaining a safe environment.