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Global Nursing Education 2019

Conference Series LLC Ltd Organizes 1000+ Conferences Every Year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 100000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Global Nursing Education 2019 will focus on educational research directed toward its impact on clinical outcomes, through oral and poster presentations, educational workshop sessions, and influential plenary presentations. Attendees will be provided with the tools to enhance nursing education programs to make education more effective in nursing practice.

This Conference is a platform for nursing students, faculty, deans, researchers, and leaders to collaborate on topics affecting nursing education. Attendees can take advantage of opportunities to learn about nursing education research from a variety of oral and poster presentations. Meet and network with nurses ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers. Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with nurses from around the world. Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting nursing education.

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CEOs, Directors of Association and Societies, Scientists, Doctors, Professors, Nursing Lecturers, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Nursing Students, Pharmaceutical Industries, Healthcare Industries.

Why to Attend???

Global Nursing Education 2019 features nursing professionals from across the world who shares their desire for higher education in the field of nursing. It gathers Nursing Professionals for three info-packed days that will help them raise and excel in their role as Nurse Educator. They will have the opportunity to have discussions on the important issues in nursing line today. Best platform to share knowledge, achievement and excel in relationships that promulgate a greater Nursing line.

Global Nursing Education 2019 provides a several opportunities to guide career in nursing. One can learn new strategies in nursing practice, calibrate intelligences and work with new technologies and gain ideas from experts at the forepart of Healthcare and Medicine.

Nursing Importance:

The interest for medical attendants is required to increment by 2% consistently, altogether outpacing the supply by 2020. Just for the specialization there is an expanded interest for specific nursing professionals.

More than 700,000 openings are conjecture amongst now and 2020. In recent research it is found that Nursing is in fourth position by considering the rundown of occupations in the US with the most noteworthy number of employment opportunities. Demand for nurses is projected to increase by 2% every year. 90% of long haul care offices need enough nursing faculty to give essential consideration.
Details of Nursing Education Conference in 2019 in USA:

ConferenceSeries.com organizing Nursing Education conferences in 2019 in USA. We organize Nursing Research Meetings in the fields related to Nursing.

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Conference Series LLC Ltd extends its welcome to 21st Global Nursing Education Conference during March 25-26, 2019 at Orlando, USA with a theme “Current Challenges and Innovations in Nursing Education”. Conference Series through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community.

Conference Series LLC Ltd through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community. This conference brings together individuals who have an interest in Nursing Education from practice, development and research

Global Nursing Education 2018 provides a several number of unexampled opportunities to guide your career. You can learn new passages to nursing practice, calibrate your intelligences and work with new technologies and gain ideas from experts at the forepart of Healthcare and Medicine.

Everyone who explores to develop their institution's nursing qualities and gain more about advanced technical cleverness is invited to register. We assure our attendees return to their hospitals with a confidence to improve their nursing practice and equipped with certified procedures to work with.

Track 01: Nursing Education

The demand for nurse educators is high, because presently there is a shortfall of licensed nurse educators across the world. The maximum number of nurse educators work for 1 to 5 years in nursing universities and have customarily satisfied the prerequisites to end up a qualified nurse, winning a graduate in nursing, for the most part one that places an accentuation on nursing instruction. A nurse educator prepares licensed practical nurses and registered nurses for entry into clinical practice. They can also teach in various patient care settings to provide continuing nursing education to licensed nursing staff. Nurse Educators helps nursing students for Continuing Nursing Education. Nurse Educators teaches for Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) levels, thereby prepare nursing students into nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators, nurse researchers, and nursing leaders are drafted. Nurse instructors from around the nation uses motivational instructing systems that help nursing students to learn and prosper, whether in school, in office in-service programs or in the clinical setting. From the recent records, it was found that from nursing background about 1,534,400 CNA, 738,400 LPN, 2,711,500 RN and 151,400 APRN are practiced in USA.

Track 02: Innovations in Nursing Education

It’s a team work for evaluating and encouraging the new generation for the Nursing Education. Now a days United States deals with a widen inadequacy of nurses, directed in case by a waning growth of population and a lack of available places for the Nursing schools across the country. All over the place it concern about the nurse expert shortage is noticeable in the reports of pronounced nursing organizations, similarly in the activities of several state work burden centres. Because of this commitment, it’s necessary to solve the problem related to the shortage of nurse faculty, the aim of this team work to support for such the construction of Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education (EIN) to fund evaluations of nursing educational interventions.

Track 03: International Nursing Education

The International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN) is a non-benefit proficient affiliation whose mission is to propel quality doctoral nursing training all inclusive. Grounded in our center estimations of admiration, differing qualities, honesty, and solidarity. While recreation use in nursing programs keeps on expanding, it is vital to comprehend the pervasiveness of this new innovation in nursing training, how this innovation is used, furthermore, how instructors are get ready to instruct with this instructive device.

Track 04: Effective Nursing Teaching Strategies

A nurse educator plays a vital role in nursing students life; she uses the effective ways to acknowledge the subjects and its depth to the students. She has to take the advantage of technology in nursing. She needs to determine the students learning style. Nursing students’ interest levels are progressed by few strategies like questioning randomly, conducting nursing debates, and arising nursing group discussion topics. By go through this rapid change of technology has come increasing dependence upon the health science society to incorporate different technologies into many professions. It is possible that this credence on technology in nursing career is increasing rapidly. The purpose of this idea is for the development of technology-based nursing education and to specify targets requiring further dialogue among nursing faculty. It is becoming sure that nurse educators need to analyse values, communication, and social processes when directing, judging, investing and analyzing technological use within their work place.

Track 05: Continuing Nursing Education Updates:

Every licensed nurse must get a Continuing Education hours or Continuing Education credits each year. There are many nursing universities and nursing societies are conducting Nursing conference each year to get Continuing nursing education hours and CNE credits. Thereby explores the advancement of knowledge and clinical practice skill set. Apart from Conferences there are numerous nursing programs and nursing courses through which they are providing the Continuing Education credits for practice nurse.

Track 06: Nursing Programs and Courses

Nursing, as a confirmation based zone of practice, has been creating subsequent to the season of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where numerous nursing caretakers now function as scientists situated in colleges and in addition in the human services setting. Medical attendant training places accentuation upon the utilization of proof from exploration with a specific end goal to legitimize nursing mediations. Nursing research falls to a great extent into two regions: 1. Quantitative exploration or research is situated in the worldview of coherent positivism and is engaged upon results for customers that are quantifiable, by and large utilizing measurements. The overwhelming examination technique is the randomized controlled trial. Qualitative exploration or research is situated in the worldview of phenomenology, grounded hypothesis, ethnography and others, and analyses the experience of those accepting or conveying the nursing care, centering, specifically, on the implying that it holds for the person. The exploration techniques most ordinarily utilized are meetings, contextual analyses, center gatherings and ethnography.

Track 07: Nursing Informatics

Nursing informatics (NI) is the Virtue that consolidates nursing science with numerous information administration and diagnostic sciences to classify, illustrate, maintain, and disseminate data, intelligence, awareness, and foresight in nursing practice. Nursing Informatics , guide nurses, users, patients, the unprofessional healthcare organization, and other collaborator in their decision-making in all performance and ambience to gain aimed conclusion. This backing is skilful through the use of intelligence format, intelligence development, and intelligence automation.

Track 08: Patient Safety & Nursing Education

Patient safety education consists in the theatrical and practical training provided to healthcare students/nurses with the reason to set them up for their obligations as nursing consideration experts. Most nations offer patient care and nursing courses that can be significant to general nursing or to particular territories including cancer nursing, oncology nursing, dental nursing, surgical nursing, clinical nursing, critical care nursing, midwifery nursing, community nursing, veterinary nursing, mental health nursing, pediatric nursing, geriatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Nurse education likewise gives post-capability courses in pro subjects inside nursing. Systems for reflecting nursing practices are the ability to consider activity in order to take part in a procedure of consistent learning. As indicated by one definition it includes "giving careful consideration to the pragmatic qualities and hypotheses which illuminate regular activities, by analyzing rehearse brilliantly and reflexively. Reflective practice can be an important tool in practice-based professional learning settings where people learn from their own professional experiences, rather than from formal learning or knowledge transfer. Educating, assessment and learning and clinical practice furnishes clinical attendants with the hypothetical foundation and down to earth devices important to succeed as a clinical nursing teacher. The hypothesis used to bolster the act of clinical education is displayed in a clear, effortlessly comprehended way.

Track 09: Psychiatry and Mental Health

Psychiatry disorder is also known as a mental illness, is a mental or a behavioural pattern which causes abnormally either suffering or an impaired ability to function in ordinary life. Psychiatric disorders are very common in United States. About one-fifth of the American population were suffering from some sort of mental disorder during any given year which is cited by the American Psychiatric Association.

There are many causes of mental disorders. The genes and a family history may play a vital role. A daily life experiences, such as stress or a history of abuse, may also consider. The other Biological factors can also be part of the cause. A traumatic brain injury can lead to a mental disorder and a mother's exposure to viruses or toxic chemicals while pregnant may play a part.

The disorders associated with Psychiatry are Anxiety disorders, Psychotic disorders, Eating disorders, and Dissociative and Personality disorders.

Track 10: Nurse Practitioner Updates

Nurse practitioners (NP) are also figured out as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) who is authorized to give evidence based practice through the investigation and medication morbid condition the patients. In conforming to the International Council of Nurses, an NP/APRN is "a registered nurse who has attired the experienced knowledge base, elaborate decision-making skills and clinical competencies for long termed practice, in which country they are credentialed to practice. Nurse practitioner works with physicians, medical/surgical specialists, pharmacists, physical therapists, social workers, occupational therapists, and other healthcare professionals to get the best conclusions for patient health. In the United States, depending upon the state in which they work, nurse practitioners may or may not be required to practice under the supervision of a physician.

Track 11: Advanced Nursing Practice

Nurse practitioners (NP) are additionally made sense of as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) who is approved to give proof based practice through the examination and solution dreary condition the patients. In adjusting to the International Council of Nurses, a NP/APRN is "an enrolled medical attendant who has attired the accomplished information base, elaborate basic leadership aptitudes and clinical skills for since quite a while ago termed hone, in which nation they are credentialed to rehearse. Nursing expert works with doctors, therapeutic/surgical pros, drug specialists, physical advisors, social labourers, word related specialists, and other human services experts to get the best conclusions for patient wellbeing. In the United States, contingent on the state in which they work, medical nurse practitioners could possibly be required to rehearse under the supervision of a doctor.

Track 12: Nursing Examinations and Certifications

Nurses must get licensure from the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. LPNs and LVNs must pass the National Council Licensure Examination - Practical Nursing (NCLEX-PN), while RNs must pass the NCLEX-RN to get licensure. These licensure exams cover all parts of nursing, including tolerant care, general wellbeing, and Healthcare. Extra licensure and accreditation prerequisites change by state. Nurses are likewise required to have CPR affirmation, which is normally acquired amid preparing.

Track 13: Nursing Law

Legal Nursing is the medical department based on the legal authorization which provides license to nursing practice according to state and federal laws. In legal nursing there are mainly six ethical principles that arise continually for the nurses who works in the correctional setting with respect for persons Beneficence, No maleficence, Justice, Veracity, Fidelity. They usually do their job in legal issues by recording the professional problems and figured out the medical etymology by consulting them personally.

Track 14: Healthcare and Management

Nursing management include case and disorders management with in the health care organization by taking all the employees working there. It also focused on patient admission and discharge criteria, especially for progressive care given to the patient. Nursing managing process guide the legal aspects of nomination, supervision and assignment the acceptance criterions. It encourages the employee to do more with fewer resources.

Track 15: Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare Professionals

The investigative clarification is planned for the utilization by specialists or specialists and approved nurse practitioner looking after patients with transient ischemic assaults. The survey upheld support of the accompanying, tissue-based meaning of transient ischemic assault (TIA): a fleeting scene of neurological issue prompted by central mind, spinal string, or retinal ischemia, without intense localized necrosis. Patients with TIAs are at abnormal state of danger for early stroke, and their danger might be secured by clinical scale, vessel imaging, and dispersion attractive reverberation imaging. Symptomatic suggestions include: TIA patients ought to experience the neuroimaging assessment inside 24 hours of indication emerging, in inclination with attractive reverberation imaging, alongside dispersion groupings; noninvasive imaging of the cervical vessels ought to be performed and noninvasive imaging of intracranial vessels is sensible. Electrocardiography ought to happen as quickly as time permits after TIA and proceeded with cardiovascular checking.

Track 16: Cardiovascular Nursing

Nursing has a place with that works with patients who experience the ill effects of different states of the cardiovascular framework. Cardiovascular medical caretakers or cardiac nurses cure those conditions, for example, unsteady angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary course sickness, congestive heart disappointment, myocardial dead tissue and heart dysrhythmia under the supervision of a cardiologist. Heart medical nurse practitioners have the real work to do in basic circumstance. They are prepared for various practice range, including coronary consideration units (CCU), heart catheterization, serious patient consideration units (ICU), working theaters, cardiovascular recovery focuses, cardiovascular consideration focus clinical exploration, cardiovascular surgery wards, cardiovascular concentrated consideration units (CVICU), and cardiovascular restorative wards.

Track 17: Cancer and Tumour Nursing

Clinical ramifications and growth nursing in view of the rates of torment and different indications archived in the writing, changes in clinical practice are expected to lessen the side effect weight of occupants with tumor. In any case, proof based practice norms have yet to be characterized for the particular populace of inhabitants with disease. Essential consideration and malignancy nursing is a consideration conveyance framework that backings proficient nursing rehearse. Inside Primary Care, a restorative relationship is set up between an enrolled medical attendant and an individual patient and his or her family.

Track 18: Critical Care and Emergency Nursing

Basic consideration nursing is the field of nursing which concentrate on the most extreme consideration of the fundamentally sick or precarious patients. Disease anticipation and nursing consideration is the control worried with forestalling nosocomial or human services related contamination, a useful (as opposed to scholastic) sub-order of the study of disease transmission. New conceived babies who need serious therapeutic consideration are regularly conceded into an extraordinary zone of the healing facility called the Neonatal concentrated care .

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Day 1 March 21, 2018
Conference Hall: Lexington

09:30-09:45 Registrations
09:45-10:05 Opening Ceremony
Keynote Forum
Introduction
10:05-10:45 Title: How do we really measure cultural competence
Larry Purnell, University of Delaware, USA
Group Photo
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:45:11:05 @ Foyer
11:05-11:45 Title: Collaborative pediatric international cultural learning: Mutual learning success
Sharon Elizabeth Metcalfe, Western Carolina University, USA
11:45-12:25 Title: Future technology in nursing education
Susan Deane, SUNY Delhi, USA
12:25-13:05 Title: Building sustainable academic partnerships globally
Lin Zhan and Shirleatha Lee, University of Memphis, USA
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:10-14:10 @ Foyer
Sessions:
Nursing Education | International Nursing Education | Innovations in Nursing Education | Nurse
Practitioners Perspectives
Session Chair: Larry Purnell, University of Delaware, USA
Session Co-Chair: Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology, USA
Session Introduction
14:10-14:35
Title: Responding to the need of the nursing workforce: Starting with the development of
concurrent curriculum
Megan A Infanti Mraz & John T Taylor, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA
14:35-15:00 Title: Illness care versus health care: What nurses can do to help?
Teresa Marshall, Gonzaga University, USA
15:00-15:25 Title: Leadership and change theory: Implementing change in nursing education
Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology, USA
Workshop
15:25-16:10 Title: Creative simulation by nursing students in community education
Jonny Kelly & Heather Clark, Weber State University, USA
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:10-16:30 @ Foyer
16:30-16:55
Title: The concept of adult learning and the use of mobile social media in nursing
education: an integrative review
Donna Williams Newman, Nova Southeastern University, USA
16:55-17:20 Title: The ethics of internet research and the implications for student projects
Carol Haigh, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
17:20-17:45 Title: Tell me your story: Listening to the patient voice at the heart of health care storytelling
Eula Miller, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
17:45-18:10 Title: Oral health education and training for nursing staff in residential aged care facilities
Ha Hoang, University of Tasmania, Australia
18:10-18:35
Title: The development of nursing profession in Saudi Arabia with special focus in
nursing education
Wedad Syoty, King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital, Saudi Arabia
Panel Discussion

Day 2 March 22, 2018
Conference Hall: Lexington
Keynote Forum
09:30-10:10 Title: Aligning baccalaureate clinical education with the changing character of
healthcare
Joan Dorman, Purdue University Northwest, USA
10:10-10:50 Title: The lived experience of making a medication administeration error in nursing
practice
Seema Lall, Long Island University, USA
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:50-11:10 @ Foyer
11:10-11:50 Title: Health care delivery has changed, but has clinical education? A forward thinking
concept in clinical education
Kathryn Shaffer, Thomas Jefferson University, USA
11:50-12:30 Title: The shift to excellence: A programme of change to support undergraduate
nursing students with dyslexia
Robert Stanley, Kingston University & St George's, University of London, UK
12:30-13:00 Title: An academic-practice partnership for preparing the next generation of
professional development specialists: A best practice model
Stephen R Marrone, Long Island University, USA
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-14:00 @ Foyer
Sessions:
Nursing Law | Public Health Nursing | Clinical Nursing | Healthcare Management | Nursing Education
Session Chair: Joan Dorman, Purdue University Northwest, USA
Session Co-Chair: Irma Alvarado, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
Takalani Rhoda Luhalima, University of Venda, South Africa
Session Introduction
14:00-14:25 Title: Think Positive: Examining the transition to academia from clinical nursing
Laurel Anderson-Miner, University of Pittsburgh, USA
14:25-14:50 Title: Health promoting behaviors of nursing faculty and perceived levels of stress
Summer Huntley-Dale, Western Carolina University, USA
Workshop
14:50-15:35 Title: Preparing future nurse leaders for a global environment
Toni Clayton & Stacey Rosenberg, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
Panel Discussion
15:35-16:00 Title: Preceptorship models in clinical training
Tagwa Omer, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia
Page 4
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:00-16:20 @ Foyer
16:20-16:45 Title: Hypertension health beliefs among lower- socio economic Hispanic individuals
Irma Alvarado, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
16:45-17:10 Title: The therapeutic use of animals in health care provision
Jenny Phillips, Middlesex University, UK
17:10-17:35 Title: Nurses and the law: Are nurses legal wise?
Medesha Mathuray, University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa
17:35-18:00
Title: Enhancing education in critical care: Complications from carotid artery stenting
and implications for nurses and advanced practice providers in the ICU
Tamra Langley, University of Kentucky, USA
18:00-18:25
Title: Aspirations of nurses to improve working conditions in rural public hospitals of
South Africa
Takalani R Luhalima, University of Venda, South Africa
Poster Presentations 18:25-18:50
Poster Judge: Katheryn Fernandez, Capital University,USA
GNE 001 Title: YouTube as a source of clinical skills education
Carol Haigh, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
GNE002
Title: Engaging nursing alumni to enhance student outcomes in international academic
service learning courses
Maureen P Tippen, University of Michigan-Flint, USA
GNE 003 Title: Quality of life in people who smoke; a cross-sectional study
Solbrith Wachsmann, Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden
GNE 004
Title: Sleep quality and related health problems among shift working nurses at a tertiary
care hospital in Eastern Nepal: A cross sectional study
Dejina Thapa, Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital, Nepal
GNE 005
Title: Food consumption patterns and socio-economic determinants of obesity in
children in Nigeria
Priscella Chinedu-Eleonu, Imo State University, Nigeria

Day 3 March 23, 2018
Lexington
Keynote Forum
09:30-10:10 Title: Appraisal, coping, resources and health of women with breast cancer: strategies
for building evidence-based research into nursing education
Kathleen A Sternas, Seton Hall University, USA
10:10-10:50 Title: What can nursing educators teach to help retention of bedside nursing
Delia E Frederick, University of South Carolina, USA
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:50-11:10 @ Foyer
11:10-11:50 Title: Transforming perspective on older adults: Conceptualizing the “Silver Tsunami”
as a cultural paradigm shift
Katheryn Fernandez, Capital University, USA
Sessions:
Nursing Education | Advanced Nursing Practice | Nursing Teaching Strategies | Disaster Nursing |
Cancer Nursing | Neonatal Nursing | Midwifery
Session Chair: Kathleen A Sternas, Seton Hall University, USA
Session Co-Chair: Amel Abouelfettoh, King Saud Bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia
Session Introduction
Page 5
11:50-12:20
Title: Assessment of nursing graduates’ critical thinking abilities as an Intended
Learning Outcome (ILO) of the BSN program at KSAU-HS
Amel Abouelfettoh & Hanan Gabry, King Saud Bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Sciences,
Saudi Arabia
Panel Discussion
Workshop
12:20-12:50
Title: Examining fidelity in mHealth behaviour interventions based on acceptance and
commitment therapy to support self-management in persons with chronic illness
Andréa A G Nes, Lovisenberg Diaconal University College, Norway
Lunch Break 12:50-13:50 @ Foyer
13:50-14:20
Title: Tell Me. Show Me. The use of OSCE in the assessment of nurses
Tina Moore, Middlesex University, UK
14:20-14:50
Title: Assessment of neonatal nurses' knowledge, attitude and practice towards caring
for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome and their mothers
Rachel Miller, East Tennessee State University, USA
14:50-15:20
Title: Reducing menopausal symptoms for women during menopause using group
education in a primary health care setting: a randomized controlled trial
Lena Rindner, Närhälsan-Skene Health Care Center, Sweden
15:20-15:50 Title: Impact of an electronic certification toolkit on nurses’ intent to certify
Jane E Binetti, Carolinas HealthCare System, USA
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 15:50-16:10 @ Foyer
16:10-16:40
Title: Challenges faced by midwifery students regarding clinical supervision at selected
hospitals in Vhembe District, Limpopo Province
Julia L Mafumo, University of Venda, South Africa
16:40-17:10 Title: Factors influencing lecture attendence by students: Health Tutors’ College- Mulago
Keren Carol Drateru, Health Tutors' College Mulago, Uganda
17:10-17:40 Title: A study on breast cancer risk factors in Pakistani population
Sajid Iqbal, Emirates College of Technology, UAE
Young Research Forum
17:40-18:00 Title: Correlation between deglutition disorders and eating status in hospitalized elderly patients
Xiaofeng Xu, Sichuan University, China
18:00-18:20
Title: The influence of "disaster preparedness education" course on university students'
disaster preparedness ability
Wang Lingying, Sichuan University, China
18:20-18:50
Title: Exploring the effect of trauma care simulation on Undergraduate critical care nursing
students’ attitude at a College of Nursing, in Jeddah- an intervention study
Jennifer de Beer, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia
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