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Luigi Apuzzo

Nursing Sciences - MED/45


Since the 1st October 2021 RN at National Agency for Regional Health Service, Rome, Italy.

From July 3, 2008 to the Sept 30, 2021, RN in various health settings (Hospice and Palliative Care, Emergency Cardiology with Intensive Care Unit, psychiatric setting, operating room, pediatric setting) in Italian hospitals.

Second level postgraduate master in “Managerial sciences and management of managerial services”, Sapienza University in Rome; Second level postgraduate master in “Management, teaching and research in the health professions”, Sapienza University in Rome.

Master of Science in Nursing and Midwifery sciences, Alma Mater Studiorum university of Bologna; First level master’s postgraduate degree “Management and coordination of health professions”,Unitelma University in Rome.

I took an annual course in the Italian Region, Emilia-Romagna “Clinical audit program in the field of Security in the Clinical Management of Drugs”.

Speaker at various courses for the continuous professional development; Teacher for the Italian university Sapienza in Rome and for the Vanvitelli University of Campania, for nurses and midwifes, authors of co-author of various scientific publications and publications of nursing interest on Italian nursing websites. Moderator Or Panelist At Various Conferences/Congresses

Member and reviewer for various Nurses Journals.

Since 03/31/2021 board member (observer) of the executive team of the foundation of nurse specialists europe FONSE; since 10/2019 Member and collaborator of the European, Specialist Nurses Association ESNO, he collaborated with the European Dialysis And Transplant, Nurses Association / European Renal Care Association (EDTNA/ERCA).

Since 09/2018 to 05/2020 member of the SIAN Research Center Board – Nursing Researcher of the Nursing Society of the Nephrology Area (SIAN); since 01/01/2013 to 09/30/2016 Nursing researcher at EBN study center – Sant’Orsola Malpighi of Bologna (EBN researcher and contact person for the pediatric area).