http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVyMhwf-Dm8 ב -1997!דן שילון!
פרויקט לאומי: מתנדבים ומפוטרים אגואיסטיים חכמים

1) ידוע בכל העולם : ממוצע בין 10 ל 15 שנה אחרי שאנשים מגיעים לפנסיה הם מתים (בדרך כלל כתוצאה ממחלה קשה שגורמת הרבה סבל  לאדם ולמשפחתו)
2) ידוע בכל העולם  (עובדות ומדע) כי  שמרגע שהאדם יוצא לפנסיה ומתחיל להתנדב (בגלל שחרור אנדורפינים) בכך הוא מאריך את אורך חייו באופן דרמטי בהשוואה למי שלא מתנדב, שנות של אושר, אהבה, בריאות תקינה, בלי כאבים, עם כל בני המשפחה.
3 ) עמותת "עם שמח" מצאה מגוון דרכים  לספק "חיסון נגד דיכאון". בימים  האלה התחיל פרויקט חדשני: תורמים בכל מקום אפשרי למתנדבים הנוכחים ולכל בן אדם שמתכוון לצאת לפנסיה, קורס ל"מתנדב אגואיסט חכם" על מנת שכול משתתף יכול לרכוש את הידע "למה" ו"איך" הוא יכול ליהנות מהתועלת כפי שהוסבר בסעיפים למעלה.
4)המפוטרים, נמצאים באופן זמני, בדיוק באותו מצב ובאותה הבעיה וגם הם מוזמנים להשתתף

האירוע הראשון יתקיים ביום 21.3.2012 בשעה 10:00 אותו מארגן המוסד לביטוח לאומי סניף נתניה
האירוע השני תתקיים היום 3.4.12 בעיר גדרה, מארגן אותו אגף הרווחה של העירייה

מצורפת הזמנה רשמית

 חיים בסרט - הומור צחוק ואושר כדרך חיים
פרויקט חדשני וייחודי   קבוצה של חובבים (ילדים\נוער\מבוגרים\הגיל השלישי) יוצרת ומשחקת  בסרטים קצרים הומוריסטיים עלילתיים ,בהנחיית יוחנן ולר ,במאי וצלם מקצועי מנוסה ואנזו אגדה באו ,מנחה הסדנא "הומור ,צחוק, ואושר כדרך חיים".   מרדכי גרינברג מוביל פרויקט   בשיתוף משרד הרווחה לניצולי שואה,ילדים בסיכון ומובטלים  איך? לקחת דוגמה ולהתחקות אחר דרכם של ניצולי השואה או קשישים. לאחר שתראו את הסרטים הבאים :

עם עובדות לא מתווכחים -ניצולי שואה נתניה

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk1dbNqrikw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRPIijKic5Q

 מאחרי הקלעים 3-ניצולי שואה -נתניה 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08egnFx0W24
הסרט בלינד דייט- ניצולי שואה נתניה
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqhv7M_5AVc
ארוע סיום סדנה בראשון לציון
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UMD56gUb_I
הפיתוי ניצולי שואה ראשון לציון
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65F7Oh1XaAw
כוכב נולד
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZPFt-3ckYA
 יותר דוגמאות?מרכז יום לקשיש ביהוד- מנהלת יהודית שורק,
 ותקרו את המאמר  (של יהודית ב"מאמרים")
 "מאחורי הקלעים"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fVGw8YKdHA
העיקר הבריאות (סבלנות באתחלה 15 שניות שחור)
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z79eL2f3Hvg
אני שכחתי    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnSpkdYszJI
המעבר         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpM5ef1bx0c
לחץ             http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQ1nxwLi7Hc
אהבה           http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxvNSelSvgY

האוניברסיטה העברית ירושלים 

הערכת פרויקט "הומור כדרך חיים"
בקרב זקנים וניצולי ואה בקהילה

תקציר
רקע: מן הדמוגרפיה והסטטיסטיקה הרפואית המעודכנת משתמע צורך בתוכניות קידום בריאות המתוכננות במיוחד לזקנים. נמצאות ראיות בספרות בהקשר לאפקטים חיוביים של ההומור על בריאות הגוף והנפש,  ולפיכך ההומור יכול לשמש כמודל לקידום בריאות. ייתכן וניתן להדריך זקנים להשתמש באסטרטגיות הומור כדרך חיים,  וכתוצאה מכך, לסייע לקידום בריאות נפשית וגופנית משופרת.
מטרת המחקר: מטרת המחקר הייתה לאמוד את השפעת הסדנה "הומור כדרך חיים" על הרגשת רווחה כללית (General Well Being), איכות החיים מבחינת הבריאות (Health Quality of (Life,  ולחץ פסיכולוגי  ( (Psychological Distressבמדגם של זקנים וניצולי שואה ישראליים המתגוררים בקהילה.
השיטה: המחקר השתמש במערך פרה- ניסוי. זקנים שבקרו בארבעה מרכזי יום לקשיש, שיוכלו לקרוא ולכתוב עברית ושלא היה  להם ליקוי קוגניטיבי, התבקשו להשתתף. קבוצת הביקורת וקבוצת הסדנה נבחרו מתוך מרכזי יום שונים, הכולל מרכזי יום לניצולי שואה. שיטת הדגימה הייתה דגימת נוחות. הסדנה "הומור כדרך חיים" הייתה בנויה מפגישה אחת לשבוע, שנערכה כשעתיים-שלוש למשך כארבעה-חמישה חודשים. ארבעת המפגשים הראשונים כללו הרצאות ותרגילים הקשורים בשילוב הומור בחיי היום יום.  שאר הסדנה כלל פיתוח והפקת סרט הומור.   לאחר חתימה על טפסי הסכמה מדעת ולפני תחילת הסדנה, כל משתתף התבקש למלא שאלון שכלל נתונים דמוגרפים ושלשה שאלונים שתורגמו לעברית:  ה- RAND Health Survey  (Hays, Sherbourne, & Mazel, 1993), ה-General Well Being Schedule  (Dupuy, 1987) וה-  Brief Symptom Inventory (Derogatis & Spencer, 1982) (נתוני קו הבסיס). כל הנבדקים התבקשו למלא שוב את כל השאלונים, למעט השאלון הדמוגרפי, שישה חודשים מאוחר יותר, לאחר סיום הסדנה.
ממצאים: המדגם כלל 92 נבדקים, 42 בקבוצת הביקורת ו-50 בסדנה. רוב המשתתפים במדגם היו נשים (n=67, 74.4%), לא נולדו בישראל (n=75, 81.3%) והיו ניצולי שואה ((n=47, 51.6%. המשתתפים היו נשואים (n=45, 48.9%) או אלמנים (n=45, 48.9%).   רובם היו חילוניים (n=47, 52.2%) ודיווחו על הכנסה ממוצעת (n=55, 63.2%). כל המשיבים, למעט אחד, היו יהודים. הגיל הממוצע של המשתתפים במדגם היה 76.9 (סטיית תקן = 6.8). רובם המכריע של המשיבים חיו לבדם (n=41, 44.6%) או עם בן/בת זוג (n=45, 48.9%). בתחילת המחקר, הרמה הממוצעת של הבריאות הכללית המדווחת הייתה ממוצעת עד טובה (3.43 מתוך 5, סטיית תקן = 0.93). הנבדקים דיווחו על רמת כאב נמוכה עד מתונה (ממוצע = 2.46 מתוך 5 נקודות אפשריות, סטיית תקן = 1.22). ניקוד הרגשת רווחה  כללית( (General Well Being בקו הבסיס היה 75.3 (סטיית תקן = 18.5) וניקוד הלחץ הפסיכולוגי ((Psychological Distress הממוצע הכללי היה 27.9 (סטיית תקן = 25.0). כחודש לאחר סיום הסדנה, נמצאו הבדלים מובהקים מבחינה סטטיסטית בין קבוצת הסדנה וקבוצת הביקורת, כאשר ניקוד קו הבסיס שימש כמשתנה co-variate בניתוח השונות. נמצאו הבדלים מובהקים מבחינה סטטיסטית ברמות הדיכאון כפי שהוא נמדד ע"י ה- GWB (F(1,67) = 38.0, p=.0001); בהרגשת הרווחה הכללית (F(1,61)=31.1, p=.0001); בהרגשה החיובית הכללית ( Positive Well Being ) (F(1,64) = 8.6, p=.005) ובחרדה כפי שהיא נמדדה ע"י ה-  GWB (F(1,64) = 11.3, p=.001) וע"י ה- BSI (F(1,65) = 5.7, p=.02). לא היו הבדלים מבחינה סטטיסטית בין הקבוצות באיכות החיים מבחינת הבריאות הכללית (כפי שהיא נמדדה ע"י ה-  (Rand Health Survey , מדדי בריאות ע"י ה GWB, או על פי המדדים האחרים של לחץ פסיכולוגי.
מסקנות: התגלה כי סדנת ההומור חיזקה באופן מובהק את ההרגשה החיובית הכללית והפחיתה את רמות הדיכאון והחרדה בקרב מדגם של זקנים וניצולי שואה המתגוררים בקהילה. ההתערבות לא השפיעה על רמות איכות החיים מבחינת הבריאות או על רוב האינדיקטורים של הלחץ הפסיכולוגי. לפיכך, בהתחשב באפקטים החיוביים של סדנת ההומור על זקנים המתגוררים בקהילה, יש לעשות מאמצים כדי שסדנאות מסוג זה תהיינה נגישות יותר, וכן להמשיך ולחקור את היעילות של תוכניות מסוג זה על בריאות הגוף והנפש.  

Freda DeKeyser Ganz
Curriculum vitae 
 1. Personal Details

Date of Birth: 16/8/55          Country of Birth: USA           Year of Immigration:1994
Nationality: USA, Israel      Marital Status: Married         No. of Children: 4
Identification Number: 31269003-5
Permanent Address: P.O. Box 454, Hashmonaim 73127
Telephone: (h) 08-976-1636        (w) 02-677-6450
Fax: 02-643-9020                         e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



2. Higher  Education

a.  Academic Education

Year/s       Institution        Area of Study       Degree Obtained

1973-1977      Brandeis University                 Biology                                           BA
1977-1978      Hunter College                         Environmental Health Science       MS
1978-1980      New York University              Nursing                                            BSN
1984-1986      Univ of Maryland, Baltimore  Nursing                                            MSN
1986-1990      Univ of Maryland, Baltimore  Nursing, Psychophysiology            PhD
Supervisor: Professor S.A. Thomas
1992-1994      Johns Hopkins University     Psychoimmunology/Nursing  Post-Doc
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Supervised by Prof. Martha Hill

  בסוף המשך curriculum 


עוד שלוש מחקרים
מחקר 2  
מחקר על פיילוט במרכז יום לקשיש יהוד, עם תוצאות דומות על מחקר של פרדה:
ד"ר חיה אוסטרובר
-5281939-03 052-3210266
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http://web.macam98.ac.il/~ochayo/humor/mine.htm


תלמידות
 שרה ינאי
054-3354037 

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טלי אברמסון
054-4320436

http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jar/2010/343574/

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This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">מחקר 3  Hong Kong SAGE-Hindawi Access to Research
Journal of Aging Research
Volume 2010, Article ID 343574, 9 pages
doi:10.4061/2010/343574
Research Article
Humor Therapy: Relieving Chronic Pain and
Enhancing Happiness for Older Adults
MimiM. Y. Tse,1 Anna P. K. Lo,2 Tracy L. Y. Cheng,3 Eva K. K. Chan,4
Annie H. Y. Chan,5 andHelena S. W. Chung6
1 School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong
2Department of Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong
3Department of Medicine, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Hong Kong
4Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong
5Department of Medicine, Tseng Kwan O Hospital, Hong Kong
6Department of Medicine, Tuen Mum Hospital, Hong Kong
Correspondence should be addressed toMimi M. Y. Tse, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Received 15 December 2009; Revised 15 April 2010; Accepted 25 May 2010

The present study examined the effectiveness of a humor therapy program in relieving chronic pain, enhancing happiness and life satisfaction, and reducing loneliness among older persons with chronic pain. It was a quasiexperimental pretest-posttest controlled design. Older persons in a nursing home were invited to join an 8-week humor therapy program (experimental group), while those in another nursing home were treated as a control group and were not offered the program. There were 36 older people in the experimental group and 34 in the control group. Upon completion of the humor therapy program, there were significant decreases in pain and perception of loneliness, and significant increases in happiness and life satisfaction for the experimental group, but not for the control group. The use of humor therapy appears to be an effective nonpharmacological intervention. Nurses and other healthcare professionals could incorporate humor in caring for their patients.

מחקר 4   U.S.A.
Ohio State University  -Feinberg School of Medicine-  Chicago
Quality of Life Concerns of Patients with Cardiac and Pulmonary Disorders
Effects of humor and laughter on psychological
functioning, quality of life, health status, and pulmonary
functioning among patients with chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease: A preliminary investigation
Kim R. Lebowitz, PhDa, Sooyeon Suh, PhDb, Philip T. Diaz, MDc,
Charles F. Emery, PhDb,c,d,*
a Department of Psychiatry and Department of Surgery, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
b Department of Psychology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
c Department of Internal Medicine, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
d Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
a r t i c l e i n f o
Article history:
Received 6 November 2009
Revised 12 July 2010
Accepted 17 July 2010
Keywords:
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Humor  Laughter Depression  Pulmonary function
a b s t r a c t
Objective: Previous research indicates the beneficial effects of humor among
healthy adults. Little is known about the physical and psychological effects of
sense of humor and laughter among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary
disease (COPD).
Methods: Patients with COPD (n ¼ 46; mean age _ SD, 66.9 _ 9.9 years)
completed assessments of sense of humor, depression, anxiety, quality of life,
and recent illness. A subset of patients (n ¼ 22) completed a laughter induction
study and were randomly assigned to view either a humorous or a neutral video.
Pulmonary function, mood state, and dyspnea were assessed before and after
the video.
Results: Sense of humor was associated with fewer symptoms of depression
and anxiety and an enhanced quality of life. However, the induction of laughter
led to lung hyperinflation.
Conclusion: Sense of humor among patients with COPD is associated with
positive psychological functioning and enhanced quality of life, but laughing
aloud may cause acute deterioration in pulmonary function secondary to
worsened hyperinflation.
Cite this article: Lebowitz, K. R., Suh, S., Diaz, P. T., & Emery, C. F. (2011, JULY/AUGUST). Effects of humor
and laughter on psychological functioning, quality of life, health status, and pulmonary functioning
among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A preliminary investigation. Heart &
Lung, 40(4), 310-319. doi:10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.07.010.
This study was performed at the Department of Psychology, Ohio State University (Columbus, OH).
* Corresponding author: Charles F. Emery, PhD, Department of Psychology, 169 Psychology Building, Ohio State University, 1835 Neil Ave,
Columbus, OH 43210.
E-mail address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (C. F. Emery).
0147-9563/$ - see front matter _ 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
doi:10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.07.010


ההבדלים חשובים בין ה- 4 מחקרים

שלום פרדה

תודה על שני המאמרים, הם עוזרים להוכיח שהומור מסייע לבריאות..
שני המחקרים, מבוססים על טיפול של חולים. במסגרת רפואית.
ההבדל הוא : שהמשתתפים לא חופשיים להחליט עבור עתידם ועל השימוש בהומור, כי הם נמצאים במסגרת שאומרת להם מה לעשות, היות והם במצב רפואי קשה.
מהניסיון שלי ( 25  שנות עבודה:)
רק חולים קשים (סרטן, לב, דיאליזה, ...) או חיילים או אנשי קבע בצבא, "שקיבלו פקודה להשתתף "  מהמפקד או הרופא, היסכימו להשתתף בקבוצה , "ללמוד להשתמש הומור"
באשר הזמנתי ל"אנשים נורמאליים" (חברים עבודה, שכנים, ידידים...) ענו:
-"אין לי כסף לזה"...
אני נותן חינם... --
"אין לי זמן לזה"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-
כאשר קיבלנו תקציבים, הודות לתרומת משפחת ליבנת, קיימנו פעילות במרכז יום לקשיש ביהוד והצענו ל כ80 קשישים להשתתף כול יום בסדנא אחרת:
יוגה צחוק,
ליצן רפואי...
תיאטרון בובות עם הומור...
מוסיקה עם הומור....
תיאטרון הומוריסטי...
פעילת גופנית עם הומור...
לכול סדנא  היו מספר מצומצם של משתתפים.

כאשר יוחנן ולר עשה את הסדנא "חיים בסרט", באופן חד פעמי ביהוד,  היתה התלהבות עצומה , כולם רצו להשתתף ולראות את עצמם על מסך קולנוע גדול, כשחקנים. המשתתפים חיכו ליום שלישי ולא היו חולים ביום הזה.. 
( הכל כתוב  במאמר המצורף שפורסם בעיתון דורות.)

במקביל, מרדכי גרינברג הצליח לקבל מימון משר הרווחה.. שאיפשר לנו לקיים שני פיילוטים: בראשון לציון ובנתניה עם אנשים עצמאים  ברמה קוגנטיבית גבוהה יותר מאלו במרכז יום, ניצולי שואה שבאו מרצונם לפרוייקט.

אין ספק: זו שיטה חדשנית, מיוחדת, ויצירתית...
מצאנו את הכלים שמאפשרים לאנשים להתמודד עם האסון של המאה (לפי הארגון העולמי של הבריאות) :מחלה דיכאון.  המסקנה: אפשר לעשות "טיפול מונע".


המשך curriculum פרדה.



 


b. Advanced Academic Certification

2005 Good Clinical Practice, Hebrew University/Hadassah Medical
Organization

c. Clinical Practice Licensure and Registration

1980 Registered Nurse License, New York, USA
1981         Critical Care Certification, Mount Sinai Hospital, New
York
1983 Registered Nurse License, New Jersey,USA
1984 Registered Nurse License, Maryland, USA
1994          Registered Nurse License, Israel


3. Appointments at the Hebrew University
Date            Rank                          Faculty             Field/Area

1/10/98             Lecturer                                  Medicine                     Nursing
4/2005              Senior Clinical Lecturer         Medicine                     Nursing


4. Additional Functions/Tasks at the Hebrew University:

1994-present       Coordinator of Research                          School of Nursing
2001-present       Head, Clinical Masters Program              School of Nursing
2000-present       Member, Education Committee, BA       School of Nursing
2001-present       Member, Education Committee, MA      School of Nursing
2003                    Member, Sub-Committee, Planning the
Development of a School for
the Health Sciences                     Faculty of Medicine
2004-present       Member, Higher Education Committee   Faculty of  Medicine


5a. Service in other Academic and Research Institutions:

Date           Name of Institution               Rank        Position/Function

1975           Weizmann Institute                    Summer student, Biophysics
1987-1989       Univ of Maryland, Baltimore     Research Assistant, Psychophysiology
1990-1994       Univ of Maryland, Baltimore     Assistant Professor,  Nursing
1990-1992       Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church VA   Trauma Researcher
1992-1994       Johns Hopkins University           Postdoctoral Fellow, Nursing
1997-2000        Tel Aviv Univ,                  Outside Lecturer, Masters Program, Nursing


5b. Clinical Practice Service

1980-1984       Mt Sinai Hospital, NY           Charge and Staff Nurse, Internal 
Medicine& Surgical ICU
1985-1989       Washington Adventist Hospital   Staff Nurse, Med/Surg ICU


6. Miscellaneous: Other Activities
a. Home Institutions

1994-2000   Member, Nursing Research Committee, Hadassah Medical
Organization
2000-2004   Member, Research Advisory Committee to the Chairman, Hadassah
Medical Organization
2001                Chairman, Workshop on Teaching Evidence Based Practice, Hebrew     
University Schools of Nursing
2002- 2004   Member, Nursing Outcomes Committee, Hadassah Medical
Organization
2002-2005   Chairman, Organizing Committee to establish chapter of Sigma Theta
Tau, International Nursing Honor Society at Hebrew University
2004-2006   Member, Evidence Based Nursing Practice Committee, Hadassah
Medical Center
b. In Israel

1998-2004   Member, Histadrut (National Nurses Organization) National Nursing 
Research Committee
1998-present   Chairman/Co-Chairman, Research Committee, Israeli Critical Care
Nurses' Association
2000                Grant Reviewer, Israeli Cancer Association, Nursing Grants
2002                Member, Advisory Committee for Nursing Research, Ministry of
Health, Division of Nursing
2002-2008    Member Executive Committee, Association for the Advancement of
Nursing Research in Israel
2002-2003       Member, Steering Committee, Founding conference of the Israeli
Association for the Advancement of Nursing Research,             
Member Conference Organizing Committee, June 2002
2003-2008   Editorial Board and Reviewer, Journal of the Association for the 
Advancement of Nursing Research in Israel
2003                Chairman, Workshop on Evidence Based Nursing Practice,
sponsored by the Histadrut HaÁchayot (National
organization of nurses), Kfar Hamacabia, Jan 2003
2003 - present  Co-Chairman, Evidence Based Nursing Practice Committee, Israeli 
Critical Care Nurses'Association
2004 – present   Member, National Nursing Ethics Board, Histadrut Ha’Achayot
2004 - present    Member, Nursing Research Committee, National Nursing Ethics
Board, Histadrut Ha’Achayot
2004 –2005        Consultant, Council for Higher Education, Israel for Clinical Masters
Degree Programs in Nursing
2008-present     Chairman, Nursing Research Committee, National Nursing Ethics
Board, Histadrut Ha’Achayot
2009- present    Member, Israel Higher Education Council, 4 member national
committee for approval of new academic programs in
Nursing


c. International

1998 Invited member and representative of the State of Israel, Salamanca
Conference on Nursing Research in Europe, sponsored by
the European Union
1998         Member, Nursing Division, Organizing Committee First International
Cardiac Critical Care Meeting, Jerusalem June 1998
1999-2000  Representative of the State of Israel, Working Group of European Nurse 
Researchers, sponsored by the International Council of 
Nurses
2000           Co-Chair, Nursing Division, Steering Committee, Second 
International Cardiac Critical Care Meeting, Jerusalem,
June 2000
2001            Founding Member, Executive Committee, International Alliance of
Nursing in Academia, invited position
2001            Grant Reviewer, Ministry of Health, Ireland, Division of Nursing
2001            Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine
2001-2003   Member, Nominating Committee, Sigma Theta Tau International,
Elected position by approximately 700 delegates of the
International Honor Society of Nursing
2001             Invited participant and representative of  Israel,Conference on the 
future of Nursing Research in Europe,  Arista 3. Sponsored by
Sigma Theta Tau International
2001-present   Manuscript Reviewer/Referee, Journal of Advanced Nursing
2002                Member, Nursing Division, Steering Committee Third 
International Cardiac Critical Care Meeting, Tel Aviv,           
June 2002
2002-present  Reviewer, Presentation abstracts,  Sigma Theta Tau International, 
International Nursing Honor Society
2002-present  Reviewer, Small Grants,  Sigma Theta Tau International, 
International Nursing Honor Society
2004 - 2006   Reviewer International Task Force/Research Committee,
Sigma Theta Tau International, International Nursing Honor
Society
2004 - 2006   International Advisory Council, Sigma Theta Tau International,
International Nursing Honor Society
2004                  Evaluation Committee, National Teaching Institute, American
Association of Critical Care Nurses
2004 -2005       Research Grants Review Panel, American Association of Critical
Care Nurses
2004 -2005       Scholarship Award Committee, Sigma Theta Tau International
2005-2006 International Organizing Committee, Third Evidence Based Practice      
Nursing Conference, Montreal, Canada
2005-present    International Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Advanced Nursing
2006-present    Research Abstract Review Panel, Royal College of Nursing, UK
2006-present    Guest reviewer, Brain, Behavior and Immunity
2006-2008    International Nursing Education Work Group Advisory Committee,
Sigma Theta Tau International, International Nursing Honor
Society
2006-present    Reviewer, Worldviews Evidence Based Nursing
2006-2008        Member, Planning Committee, International Nursing research
Conference, Facing the Challenge of Healthcare Systems in
Transition, Jerusalem, Israel, July 2008
2006-2008        Member, Scientific Committee, International Nursing Research
Conference, Facing the Challenge of Healthcare Systems in
Transition, Jerusalem, Israel, July 2008
2007-present    Research abstracts Review Panel, American Association of Critical
Care Nurses
2007-2009    Member, Global Advisory Council, Sigma Theta Tau International,
International Nursing Honor Society
2008                  Beta tester and reviewer, American Association of Critical Care 
Nurses, Palliative and End of Life Care, Interactive Learning    
Experience
2008-present     Member, International Scientific Advisory Panel, Royal College of
Nursing, United Kingdom
2008-present     Reviewer, Critical Care Nurse
2009-present     Contributing Editor, Critical Care Nurse
2009-present     Abstract Reviewer, American Nurses' Credentialing Center Research
Symposium
2009- present    Member, International Council of Nurses, 5 member nominated
committee, Advanced Nursing Practice Education


7. Research Grants
Funding Source            Amount           Period         Research

Sigma Theta Tau
International                 $1,000     6/1998-6/1999   Critcal care nurses’ attitudes 
towards physician assisted
dying

Milton Rosenbaum Endowment
Fund                            $12,500    6/2000-6/2002    The effect of pre-operative
anxiety on recovery from surgery

Lillian Silverstein Fund    $5,000    2/2002-2/2003   The influence of nursing on
critical care patient outcomes

National Institute for          99,900 shekel  11/09-2/11  Identification of Nurse Work
Health Policy Research                                                  Environment Characteristics
Associated with Nurse     
Retention and Job Satisfaction
among Registered Nurses to
Determine Magnet Hospital
Status in Israel
8. Teaching at Hebrew University
a. Supervision of Advanced Students

Masters Degree Students

The list below contains all of the Masters students whom I am personally supervising, their thesis topics and where they are in the process.

Amlani Chana, "Post traumatic stress and post traumatic growth among nurses living
in northern Israel 1-1.5 years after the Second Lebanon War.", Completed
2009
Ashkenazi Shelly, “Reliability and validity of the Comfort Scale for sedation
assessment in adult critical care patients” .  Completed 2006. With Honors
Berkovitz Keren, "Ethical dilemmas, moral distress and their effect on surgical
nurses view of  quality of care.  Completed 2008
Dotan Shlomit, "Attitudes of Israeli critical care nurses towards palliative care in the
ICU", proposal development
Elboym Sara, "Illness representation and end of life decision making among the
elderly in the community".  Completed 2008
Betnin Faina, "Israeli Nurse attitudes towards family presence during resuscitation
and its association with attitudes towards family centered care.".  
Completed 2008
Fadilla Abed, “The effect of an educational program on type II  diabetes patients”,
Completed 2006
Feilhert Revital, "The relationship between moral distress and structural
empowerment among Israeli critical care and internal medicine nurses",
Completed 2009
Gabison Rina, “The development of a tool to assess cachexia among cancer patients”,
Completed 2006
Glass Anat, "The relationship between anxiety and depression among patients
undergoing coronary angiography and illness representation", to be 
completed Sept 2010
Groisman Yair, “The use of metabolic assessments as a means to assess sedation in
ICU patients”, Completed 2007
Krant Jenny, "The relationship of person values towards end of life decision making
among nurses." To be completed August 2010
Levy Danit, "The relationship between Post traumatic Stress and Post Traumatic
growth among parents of children with cancer".  Completed                  
2009
Levine Moran, "Illness representation and end of life decision making among internal
medicine patients".  Completed 2008
Molcho Techiya, “The effect of triage nurse orthopedic decision making on patient
outcomes”, Completed 2006
Negri Neta, “ The use of health assessment skills among staff nurses in emergency
and critical care units”  Completed 2006
Niv Mazkit, "Post Traumatic Stress and Post Traumatic Growth among women
survivors of breast cancer".  Completed 2008
Raz Chaya, “Risk factors associated with the development of PTSD among adult   
survivors of childhood cancer”, Completed 2005
Schwartzberg Odelia, "Illness representation and end of life decision making among
thoracic surgery patients".  Completed 2007
Siboni-Asraf Galit, “The relationship between illness representations and health
behaviors among post MI patients”, Completed 2006
Slomiansky Anat, "The effect of prolonged waiting times on patient satisfaction and
trust among emergency department patients.  Completed 2008
Sruia Ronit, "Knowledge and attitudes of ICU nurses towards a sedation protocol". 
Completed 2008
Tehila Miriam, “The effect of fish oil enteral feeding supplements on metabolic,
nutritional and clinical factors in acute lung injury patients”, completed
2004
Toval Noa, “Cultural differences in the needs of family members of ICU patients”,
Completed 2008
Troyansky Marina, "Illness representation and depression among hospitalized first MI
Patients".  Completed 2009
Tsbari Ahuva, "The effect of a pain intervention protocol on function and length of
stay among elderly rehabilitation patients following hip fracture.",
Completed 2009
Yazdi Ofra, "Attitudes of Israeli nurses working on medical wards towards family
presence during invasive procedures".  Completed 2009
Yisrael Mali, “ Factors associated with transfer anxiety from the ICU to the wards”,
Completed 2006
Yisraeli Sima, “Nurses attitudes towards participation in code decision making”,
Completed 2005

Doctoral  Degree Students:

Shulamit Kahane  - member of doctoral committee


b. Post-Doctoral Fellowships and Visitors

Professor Ruth Endacott, Plymouth University UK, April-May 2010

c. Courses Taught

c-1 Course Coordinator

Year                         Course                                                Degree

1994-2002              Research Methods and Critical Reading                   BSN

1998-2000              Seminar: Research Utilization                                   BSN

1999-2001               Seminar: The Mind-Body Connection                     BSN

2001-2006                Health Promotion                                                     MS

2002-present         Pathological Processes and Health Assessment in the
Complicated Patient                                        MS

2001-present          Research Methods and Statistics                                 MS           
2002-present          Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse                         MS 

2002-present          Bio-Psycho-Social Responses to Health and
Illness                                                 MS

2002-present          Research Seminar                                                         MS


Freda DeKeyser Ganz

List of Publications

1. Doctoral Dissertation
Psychosocial factors and Immune function in CAPD patients.  Supervisor: Prof. S.A. Thomas, Degree awarded June 1990.

2. Books: none

3. Books Edited

Contributing Editor/ Israeli Coordinator:  Preparing Nurses for Disaster Mangagement  (2005). Langan, J.C. & James, D. C. (Eds). Upper Saddle River: Pearson Education Inc.

4. Chapters in Collections/Books:
a. DeKeyser, F.& Pugh, L.C. (2004).  Physiologic measurement. In M. Stromberg & S. Olsen  (eds). Instruments for Clinical Health Care Research (3nd edition) (pp. 65-72). 
b. DeKeyser, F. & Medoff-Cooper, B. (2004).  A non-theorist's perspective on nursing theory: Issues of the 1990's. In P.G. Reed, N.C. Shearer & L. Nicoll (eds). Perspectives on Nursing Theory (4th ed) (pp. 159-168).Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.
c. DeKeyser, F.G. (in press).  Moral distress in critical care healthcare workers.  In E. Azoulay (Ed.).  End of life care in the Intensive Care Unit-from advanced disease to bereavement.  Oxford University Press.

5. Articles

a. Articles in Refereed Journals:

1. DeKeyser, F.G.C & Pugh, L.CC. (1990).  Assessment of the reliability and validity of biochemical measures. Nursing Research, 39, 314-317. 1.258; 2/32; 1762 (related to dissertation).
2. DeKeyser, F.G.PI , Light, P.D.C & Klassen, D.K.C (1990).  Peritoneal mononuclear cell respiratory burst activity of CAPD patients and normal controls.  Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 1, 386. (no impact factor available) (related to dissertation)
3. Thomas SAPI, Liehr PC, DeKeyser, FC & Friedmann EC. (1993).  Nursing blood pressure research,  1980-1990: a bio-psycho-social perspective.  Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 25, 157-164. [review]. 0.835; 6/32; 138.
4. DeKeyser, FGPI, Paratore AC & Camp LC (1993).  The delineation of three nursing roles within trauma services. Nursing Management, 24, 56A-56H. (no impact factor available)
5. DeKeyser, F.GPI. Paratore, A.C, Seneca, R.P.C & Trask, A.C (1994).  Decreasing the cost of trauma care: A system of secondary, in-hospital triage. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 23, 841-844. 2.148; 1/12; 5732.
6. DeKeyser, FGPI (1994). Trauma nursing research.  A review and method of evaluation.  Critical Care Nursing Clinics, 6, 441-450. [review].  (no impact factor available)
7. Pugh, LCC & DeKeyser FGC (1995).  Use of physiologic variables in nursing research Journal of Nursing Scholarship,27, 273-276. 0.835;  6/32;  138. (related to dissertation)
8. Thomas, S.AC. & DeKeyser, FC (1996).   Blood pressure. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 14, 3-22. [review] .(no impact factor available)
9. DeKeyser, FPI, Carolan DC & Trask AC (1996).  Suburban geriatric trauma: the experiences of a level I trauma center.  American Journal of Critical Care, 4,  379-382. (no impact factor available)(based on AACN chapter grant)
10. DeKeyser, FGPI, Sheridan MJC & Trask, ALC (1996).  Surgeons and trauma care: results of a North American satisfaction survey. Archives of Surgery, 131,  627-630.2.549; 15/141; 11,415.
11. DeKeyser, FGPI, Winchurch RAC & Munster AC (1996).  A syngergistic interaction between ACTH and TGF beta: Implications for trauma and burn patients.  Research in Nursing and Health, 19, 511-516. 0.935; 5/32; 1174.
12. DeKeyser, FG (1996).  Critical care nursing research.  Israel Critical Care Nurses Journal,1, 15-18 (in Hebrew). [review] (no impact factor available)
13. DeKeyser, FGPI & Steiner –Freud J.C (1996).  Nursing research in Israel: Where are we going?  The Nurse in Israel, 161,  8-11 (in Hebrew).[review] (no impact factor available)


14. DeKeyser, F.G.PI,, Thomas S.AC., Light P.DC. & Klassen, D.C (1998). The effect of stress, anxiety and depression on markers of peritoneal immune function in CAPD patients: an exploratory study. Psychology and Health, 13, 387-398. 0.920; 39/109; 663. (based on dissertation research)
15.  DeKeyser, F.G.PI, Wainstock, J.C, Rose, LC. & Dooley, W.C  (1998). Symptom occurrence and pattern in women during the diagnostic phase for breast cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 25, 1415-1426. (no impact factor available) (based on post-doctoral study grant)
16. Medoff-Cooper, B.C & DeKeyser, F.G.C (1998).  Developing  a  research mentoring partnership in Israel. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 27, 197- 202. [commentary] (no impact factor available)
17. Weidenfeld, J.PI, Feldman, S.C, DeKeyser, F.G.C & Ovadia, H.C (1999).  Effect of exogenous nitric oxide and inhibitors of nitric oxide synthase on the hypothalamic   pituitary adrenal axis responsses to neural stimuli.  Neuroendocrinology, 70, 153-159. 2.511; 36/88; 5053. (based on grant from Ministry of Health)
18. Bar Cohen, BPI., DeKeyser, F.PI & Wagner, N.C (2000). Reactions of patients to complementary medicine. Harefuah, 139,  263-266.  (in Hebrew).  (no impact factor available)
19. Woloski-Wruble, A.PI, DeKeyser, F.PI, Levi, S.C & Margalith, I.C (2000).  Patients’ attitudes towards the use of gloves by healthcare staff.  British Journal of Nursing, 9,  1146-1152. (no impact factor available)
20. DeKeyser, F.G.PI,, Leker, R.RC. & Weidenfeld, J.C (2000).  Activation of the adrenocortical axis by surgical stress: involvement of central norepinephrine and interleukin-1.  Neuroimmunomodulation, 7,  182-188. 1.153; 63/88; 668. (based on grants from Ministry of Health and Milton Rosenbaum fund)
21. DeKeyser, FPI. & Glazer, G.PI  (2000).  Prerequisites and priorities for nursing research in Israel. .Online Journal of Issues in Nursing,  5,  5 (no impact factor available)
22. Glazer, G.PI, DeKeyser, FPI. &  Rom, M.PI (2000).  Prerequisites and priorities for nursing research in Israel. The Nurse in Israel, 161 ,8-11. (in Hebrew) (no impact factor available)
23. DeKeyser , F.PI, Bar Cohen, B.PI & Wagner, N.C (2001).  Knowledge levels and attitudes of staff nurses in Israel towards complementary and alternative medicine.  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 36,  41-48. 0.805; 7/32;  3577.
24. DeKeyser, F.G.PI, & Medoff-Cooper, B.C(2001) A non-theorist’s perspective on nursing theory: Issues of the 90’s.  Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice , 15, 329-341 (no impact factor available)
25. Thomas, S. A.PI, Liehr, P.C, DeKeyser, F.G. C, Frazier L.C & Friedmann, EC. (2002).  A review of nursing research on blood pressure. The Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 34, 313-312. 0.835;  6/32;  138.
26. DeKeyser, F.GPI., Avitsur, M.PI, Watts, D.D.C,  Trask, A.L.C & Muggia-Sullam, M.C (2002).  International trauma care: a Comparison between Jerusalem, Israel and Fairfax Country, Virginia..  Israel Medical Association Journal , 4, 103-108 (no impact factor available)
27. DeKeyser, F.G.,  (2003).  Psychoneuroimmunology in crtically ill patients AACN Clinical Issues ,14,  25-32 (no impact factor available)
28. DeKeyser, F.G.PI, Woloski-Wruble, A PI& Margalith, I.C (2003).  Patients voice issues of dress and address. Holistic Nursing Practice, 17, 290-294.  (no impact factor available)
29. Kadmon, I.PI,  Woloski-Wruble, A.PI, Yonquin, J., Wanmin, Q & DeKeyser, FC. (2004).  Social support as experienced by Chinese and Israeli husbands of women with breast cancer: A comparative study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 8,  131-137  (no impact factor available)
30. דקייזר-גנץ, ד. (2004).  סקירה שיטתית וניתוח- על.  גוף ידע כתב עת למחקר בסיעוד , 1, 42-43
31. Fish, G., Maybued, E., Meerson, Y., Weidenfeld, J., DeKeyser, F.G.c, Yormiya, R., Beilin, B. & Shavit, Y. (2004).  The effects of perioperative pain management on recovery, HPA axis activation, and brain PGE2 levels following laparotomy in rats.  Neural Plasticity, 12,  16. (based on data from Milton Rosenbaum Grant)
32. Benbinishti, J.PI ,& DeKeyser, F.G.PI , Adam,S.(2005).  Differences in European critical care nursing practice.  Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 21, 172-178. (no impact factor available)
33. דקייזר-גנץ, ד. (2005).  ניבויבסיעוד, הייתכן?  גוף ידע כתב עת למחקר בסיעוד , 2, 88-89
34. Shavit, Y. , Wiedenfeld, J., DeKeyser, FC, Fish, G., Wolf, G., Mayburd, E., Meerson, Y.& Beilin, B. (2005) Effects of surgical stress on the pituitary-adrenal axis in brain Prostaglandin E 2  production: Attenuation by pre-emptive analgesia and central amygdala lesion. Brain Research, 1047, 10-17 (based on Milton Rosenbaum Fund Grant)
35. Benbinishti, J.C , DeKeyser, F.C & Sprung, C. PI  (2006).  Nurse involvement in end of life decision making: The Ethicus studyThe role of nurses in end of life decision making. Intensive Care Medicine , 32, 129-132. 2.041; 5/17; 5016.
36. DeKeyser, FC,  Benbinishti, J.C, & Sprung C PI (2006)  The impact of regional culture on intensive care end of life decision making: An Israeli perspective from the Ethicus study.  Journal of Medical Ethics, 32 (4) 196-199 . 1.061; 2/6; 701.
37. DeKeyser-Ganz, F & Kahane, S. (2006).  Perceptions of Israeli student nurses regarding clinical specialties and factors that influence these perceptions.   Journal of Advanced Nursing, 56, 88-98.
38. DeKeyser, FC & Musgrave, C. (2006).  Israeli critical care nurses’ attitudes towards physician assisted dying. Heart & Lung, 35 (4) 412-422 196-199 (based on Sigma Theta Tau grant)
39. Beilin, B., Shavit, Y., DeKeyser, FC, Itzik, A.  & Weidenfeld, J. C (2006).  The involvement of glucocorticoids and interleukin-1 in the regulation of brain prostaglandin production in response to surgical stress. Neuroimmunomodulation, 13(1) 36-42. (based on Milton Rosenbaum Fund Grant). 
40. Fawcett, J., Sabone, M.B. & DeKeyser Ganz, F. (2007).  Nursing, healthcare and culture: A view of the year 2050 from Botswana and Israel.  Nursing Science Quaterly, 20, 337-341.
41. לופט, ת.מ.פ., אור, י. & דקייזר-גנץ, פ. (2007).  הקשר בין הפניית מטופלים אורתופדיים לצילומי רנטגן על ידי אחיות מיון ראשוני במחלקה לרפואה דחופה, לבין משך שהייה כללי, משך מיון ראשוני ואיכות הטיפול.  גוף ידע,   ,4,52-57.2
42. דקייזר-גנץ,פ. (2007).  למצוא את הנתיב בעזרת ניתוח נתיבים ומודלים מובניםמבוססי-משוואות.  גוף ידע, 2(4), 90-91.
43. Theilla, M., Singer, P. Cohen, J. & DeKeyser, F. (2007).  A diet enriched in eicosapentanoic acid, gamma-linolenic acid and antioxidants in the prevention of new pressure ulcer formation in critically ill patients with acute lung injury.  A randomized, prospective, controlled study.  Clinical Nutrition, 26(6), 752-757.
44. , Kadmon, I.PI,  & DeKeyser, FC, Rom, M. &  Woloski-Wruble, A.PI (2008).  Social, marital and sexual adjustment of Israeli men whose wives were diagnosed with  cancer.  Oncology Nursing Forum,35, 131-135.
45. דקייזר גנץ, פ (2009).  באיזה מבחן סטטיסטי לבחור?  גוף ידע, 5 , 49-50.
46. DeKeyser, F., Farkash-Fink, N., Raanan, O., Asher, M., Bruttin, M., Ben Nun, M. & Benbinishty, J.  (2009) .  ICU nurses' oral care practices and the current best evidence.  Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 41, 132-138.
47. Raz, C.  & DeKeyser, FG .  Post traumatic Stress Disorder among survivors of childhood cancer.  (2010) Oncology Nursing Forum,37, 160-167.
48. Gabison, R., Gibbs, M. & DeKeyser Ganz, F.  The development of the cacehxia scale.  (in press) Oncology Nursing Forum
49. Yisraeli, M. & DeKeyser Ganz, F.  Risk factors associated with transfer anxiety from the ICU to the medical ward.  (in press)  Journal of  Advanced Nursing
50. 
ישראל, ס. עינב, ש. ודקייזר גנץ, פ.  הרצון של אחיות פנימיות להשתתף בהחלטות סוף החיים.  האחות בישראל

51. Ashkenazi, S, & DeKeyser Ganz, F.  (in press) The use of the comfort scale in  adult ICU patients.  Submitted to Heart & Lung


Submitted Publications

DeKeyser Ganz, F. & Amlani, C. Post traumatic stress and post
traumatic growth among nurses one year after exposure to a war. 
Submitted to  International Journal of Nursing Studies
DeKeyser Ganz, F.G. Tend and befriend in the ICU.  Critical Care Nurse

Categories in which I do not have any publications

1. Clinical observations/case reports
2. Letters
3. Non-peer reviewed papers

6. Participation in Scientific Conferences, Lectures and Other Activity

1. Reliability and validity of biochemical physiological measurements, abstract presentation, Sigma Theta Tau Tra Eta Chapter, September 1988
2. Biochemical patient outcome: measurement issues in nursing research. Abstract presentation, Johns Hopkins Univeristy/University of Maryland Annual Nursing Research Conference, March 1990
3. Peritoneal mononuclear cell respiratory burst activity of CAPD patients and normal controls.  Abstract presentation, American Society of Nephrology , December 1990
4. A multidisciplinary study in the field of psychoneuroimmunology: stress and peritoenal immune function in CAPD patients.  Abstract presentation, Johns Hopkins Univeristy/University of Maryland Annual Nursing Research Conference, March 1991
5. Three innovative roles in trauma.  Abstract presentation, Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, November 1991
6. Geriatric trauma: experiences of a level I trauma center. Abstract presentation, Johns Hopkins Univeristy/University of Maryland Annual Nursing Research Conference, March 1992.
7. A hospitla’s approach to cost effective trauma triage. Abstract presentation, MIEMSS Annual Trauma Symposium, March 1992.
8. Geriatric trauma: a review of past nursing literature and the present experiences of a trauma center.  Lecture, International State of the Science Congress, Sigma Theta Tau International, August 1992.
9. Research utilization.  Post basic critical care course, Lecture, Hadassah Hospital, 1995-1996
10. Geriatric trauma, Lecture, Israeli Critical Care Association Annual Conference, May 1996
11. Distress in women during the diagnostic phase for breast cancer. Abstract presentation, Israeli national nurses association conference.  February 1997.

12. Research utilization in nursing administration.  Lecture, Nursing administration forum, Hadassah Medical Organization, 1999
13. What are the needs of critical care head nurses: results of a national survey.  Israeli critical care nurses association head nurses forum, Abstract presentation, March 2000
14. Does the nursing research literature inform nursing?  The Working Group of European Nurse Researchers.  Poster presentation, May 2000.
15. Research utilization seminar: a strategy for training student nurses to implement evidence-based nursing practice. Presenter and co-session key note speaker,  Nursing Education Today Conference, March 2000
16. Coordinator and lecturer  of one day workshop , “ Using and teaching research utilization and evidence based nursing practice to nursing students”, Hebrew University, September 2001
17. Evidence Based Critical Care Nursing Practice. Invited keynote speaker.  Eurosalute 2002, Milan Italy Nov 2002
18. Evidence –Based nursing practice.  Annual Histadrut Nursing Resesarch Workshop, invited keynote speaker, Jan 2003
19. Post traumatic stress among Israeli nurses.  Abstract presentation, Israeli Association of Critical Nurses semi-annual conference, Jerusalem Feb 2003
20. Post traumatic stress among Israeli Nurses.  Abstract presentation , Nov 2003, Sigma Theta Tau International , Biannual Conference,Toronto Canada
21. The Israeli Experience of Disaster Nursing, Seminar presentation,  American Association of Critical Care Nurses , Annual Convention, Orlando Florida May 2004
22.  Evidence Based Practice Nursing.  Keynote speaker, Seminar on Clinical Nursing Research, Belinson Hospital, May 2004
23. Evidence Based Practice Nursing. Seminar. Evidence Based Practice Committee, Hadassah Medical Organization. December 2004
24. A Multi-Phased National Project to Implement Evidence Based Nursing Related to Oral Care Nursing Practices of Intubated Patients.  Fourth International Evidence based Nursing Conference-Sigma Theta Tau International, Montreal, Canada, July 2006
25. End of Life Decision Making: Nursing Involvement in Israel and Around the World.  Invited Keynote Speaker.  Nursing Research Day, Sheba Medical Center, December 2007
26. Moral Distress.  Invited Lecture, Annual Conference, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2008
27. Ventilator Associated Pneumonia.  Invited Lecture, Annual Conference European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2008
28. The relationship between ethical dilemmas, moral distress and surgical nurses' perceptions of quality of care.  Keren Berkowiz and Freda DeKeyser Ganz, Annual Israel Nursing Conference, Tel Aviv, May 2009.
29. Readiness of nurses to perform physical assessment according to the theory of planned behavior.  Netta Negri & Freda DeKeyser Ganz, Annual Israel Nursing Conference, Tel Aviv, May 2009.
30. Active Listening, Invited presentation, European Society for Intensive Care Medicine, Vienna, Austria, October 2009
31. Care Challenges of the Multiple Trauma Patient, Invited presentation, European Society for Intensive Care Medicine, Vienna, Austria, October 2009


7. Patents: none

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