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28th Global Nursing and Healthcare Congress, will be organized around the theme “Discovering the New Era in Nursing and Healthcare”
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Advanced Practice Nurse is a registered nurse who has acquired the expert knowledge base, complicated decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded practice. The characteristics of which are formed by the context of their country in which they are credentialed to practice. They perform tasks once reserved for medical doctors. They assist different medical professionals and manage patient care, and many specialize in fields such as pediatrics, oncology and family medicine. There are several opportunities in advanced practice nursing with the current nursing shortage and demand for qualified health professionals. APNs not only make a good living and work in a time of nursing opportunity. They also get pleasure from the daily reward of serving to patients recovering from their illness to recovery.
- Track 1-1Certified Nurse-Midwives
- Track 1-2Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists
- Track 1-3Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Track 1-4Nurse Practitioners
- Track 1-5Certified Hospice and Palliative Licensed Nurse
- Track 1-6Msc Nursing Students
Nursing Management contains of the execution of the authority parts of administration and basic leadership within associations utilizing medical attendants. It incorporates forms traditional to all or any administration like arrangement, searching for, staffing, coordinative and dominant. sometimes for listed attendants to appear for additional coaching to win Associate in Nursing ace of Science in Nursing or Specialist of Nursing follow to set up for positions of authority within nursing. Administration positions increasingly expect risk to carry a propelled degree in nursing. Nurse leaders aren't as task-oriented as nurse managers, but rather focus on setting and upholding standards. Their role is to satisfy the organization’s vision, mission, and long-term plan. The majority of their efforts are toward setting policy, overseeing quality measures, spearheading transformation, fiscal responsibilities and ensuring regulatory compliance. Both staff and management see them as individuals with expertise, knowledge, experience and vision. Nurse leaders play a critical role in making certain that every employee uphold a standard that best represents the organization. Their titles could differ, but nurse managers and nurse leaders complement each other in more ways than one. Well-respected people who are passionate and admired by their staff fill both positions.
- Track 2-1Nursing Management
- Track 2-2Nursing Organization
- Track 2-3Nursing Training Center
- Track 2-4Nursing Institute
Community Health Nurses sometimes are also called Public Health Nurses. Community Health Nurses or Public Health Nurses are registered nurses who are trained to work in public health settings such as county or state health departments, schools, jails, and businesses. One of the primary functions of a community health nurse is to spot health issues within the community and to supply health care to patients who might not have access to, or be able to afford, medical services. Because of their roles within the community as caregivers, they often form close bonds among the communities they serve and form lasting relationships. By improving poor health practices and maintaining safe home or work surroundings by providing patients’ lower risks to their health and require fewer visits to health care facilities. The goal of a community health nurses is to educate patients through community-based intervention programs which will identify and improve multiple health problems.
- Track 3-1Ambulatory and Emergency Care Nursing
- Track 3-2Occupational Health Nursing
- Track 3-3Public Health Nursing
- Track 3-4Social Outreach and Homeless Nursing Programs
- Track 3-5Environment, Health and Safety
Continuing Nursing Education consist of practical and theoretical knowledge provided to nurse’s students who are the aim to educate them for their duties as nursing care professionals in the coming future. This education is provided to nursing students with the help of most experienced nurses and different medical professionals who are qualified and experienced for their academic tasks. It reflects the nurse educator competencies are developed by national organizations and is comprehensive in nature. Most countries provide nursing education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas as psychological nursing, pediatric nursing, oncology nursingand post-operatory nursing. The curriculum integrates core master’s-level concepts, advanced clinical foundation and education-focused courses. The nursing education major is delivered through an online asynchronous format that allows participate in courses at your own convenience. One way to market development is to clarify the professional role. The role definition for nursing is generally transmitted through tacit knowledge. We consider that the professional development of the nursing profession requires a clear and well-defined nurse role.
- Track 4-1Nursing Students
- Track 4-2Further Nursing Education
- Track 4-3Nursing Phd Graduates
Nursing Informatics is the specialty that integrates nursing science with multiple information management and analytical sciences to identify, define, manage, and also communicate information, knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practice. Nursing informatics supports nurses, consumers, patients, the interprofessional healthcare team, and different stakeholders in their decision-making altogether roles and settings to attain desired outcomes. This support is accomplished through the use of different information structures, processes and technology. Technologies that have evolved due to health care/nursing informatics include Computerized Provider Order Entry(CPOE), Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), Test results, Progress notes, Nursing notes and Medication records.
- Track 5-1Nursing Competencies
- Track 5-2Computer Skills in Nursing
- Track 5-3Informatics Knowledge in Nursing
Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) are advanced practice registered nurses that serve as experts in evidence-based nursing practice within one of a number of different specialty areas. They integrate their advanced knowledge of disease processes in assessing, diagnosing, and treating patient diseases, however their role extends beyond providing patient care. The fundamental goal of clinical nurse specialists is to provide safe, qualify, and cost-effective specialty care, all while working to improve the healthcare system from within. Clinical nurse specialists work in a variety of clinical practice areas such as population, type of care, type of problem, disease/medical subspecialty and setting.
- Track 6-1Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Track 6-2Clinical Nurse Specialist vs. Clinical Nurse Leader
- Track 6-3Credentials and Practice Requirements
- Track 6-4Educational Preparation and Certification
- Track 6-5Scope of Practice
Cardiac or Cardiovascular Nurses are registered nurses who specialize in providing care to people with disease related to heart and blood vessels. Cardiovascular nurses are among the foremost sought-after health care professions. Although most cardiovascular nurses work in hospitals and also, they offer a wide range of services in multiple settings. Cardiac nurses use their expertise to care for patients of different ages groups. The geriatric population proportionally receives the foremost care that cardiovascular nurses provide. However, some cardiovascular nurses specialize in the care of newborns and children. Cardiovascular nurses assess, plan, implement and evaluate health care services for patients suffering from genetic malformations, myocardial infarctions and vascular diseases. They provide services to people suffering from many other cardiac ills as well. Patients may have abnormal heartbeats or heart valve problems. They may suffer from fluid buildup and have high blood pressure.
- Track 7-1Cardiac Nursing Education and research
- Track 7-2Cardiac Nursing Care
- Track 7-3Cardiac Nurse Practitioners
- Track 7-4Cardiac Nurse Practitioners
- Track 7-5Cardiac Surgical Nursing
Diabetes or Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disease where blood glucose levels are abnormally high. There are three types of diabetes of Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and Gestational diabetes. A diabetes nurse is the nurse who specializes in the care and management of patients with diabetes. They can be registered nurses, advanced-practice nurses, or nurses working in an expanded role. They can manage patients with both Type I and Type II diabetes, as well as women with gestational diabetes. Diabetes education can be one on one with patients, or via a group class. Diabetes nurse educators must also reach patients about the importance of diet and nutrition
- Track 8-1Minimize diabetic nerve damage
- Track 8-2Nutritional therapy
- Track 8-3Levels of Disasters
Gastroenterology is an area of medicine that focuses on the health of the gastrointestinal system, or the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Gastroenterologists will treat everything from irritable gut syndrome (IBS) to hepatitis C. Gastroenterologist perform endoscopic procedures in which they use specialized instruments to view the GI tract and make a diagnosis. Gastroenterology Nurse is a registered nurse who specializes in illnesses and disorders related to the entire gastrointestinal tract. Gastroenterology nurses also assist physicians with procedures, education, and treatments. Some of the disorders they are familiar with are Constipation, Acid reflux, Crohn's disease, Celiac Disease, Food allergies and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
- Track 9-1Gastrointestinal Pathology
- Track 9-2Gastrointestinal Oncology
- Track 9-3Gastrointestinal Radiology
- Track 9-4Gastrointestinal Disorders
Oncology is the study of cancer. An oncologist is doctor who treats cancer and provides medical care for a person diagnosed with cancer. The field of oncology has three major areas such as medical, surgical and radiation. An Oncology Nurse is a registered nurse who cares for and educates patients who have cancer. Oncology nurses work in a multi-disciplinary team, in a variety of settings, from the inpatient ward, to the bone marrow transplant unit, through to the community. They may work with a variety of patients, from children to the elderly, from outpatients through to palliative care.
- Track 10-1Create management strategies
- Track 10-2Cancer prevention counselling
- Track 10-3Maintain health records
The field of dermatology is incredibly important to a patient's overall health since the largest organ of a human body is skin. Dermatology nurses work specifically in the treatment and care of patients with diseases, wounds, injuries, and different skin conditions. Dermatology Nurses have the ability to work in a wide range of settings, including, but not limited to, private practice offices, hospitals, infusion centers, clinics, plastic surgeons’ offices, and burn centers. However, specific roles and responsibilities include assist in the performance of skin exams for skin cancer, monitor and record a patient's medical history along with its test results, providing pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing treatment, perform and assist with cosmetic dermatology procedures, monitor and treat skin wounds and educate patients on how to protect their skin.
- Track 11-1Laser treatments
- Track 11-2Burn units within hospitals
- Track 11-3Dermatology practices
- Track 11-4Proper diet, exercise, and lifestyle
Palliative care nurses provide compassionate nursing care to patients with chronic or terminal illnesses. They help patients with pain and symptom management to ensure that they carry out their final days in comfort. These nurses work in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and private homes, or wherever a patient requires this type of care. They also often provide emotional support to the patient and their friends/family.
- Track 12-1Advanced Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse
- Track 12-2Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse
- Track 12-3Certified Hospice and Palliative Pediatric Nurse
- Track 12-4Certified Hospice and Palliative Nursing Assistant
Dental nurses work alongside dentists to complete oral exams and surgeries. A dental nurse is an important a part of the dental team, serving to ensure that the patient is well cared at the time of visit. The role of dental nurses is to be friendly, calm and economical and welcoming nature towards the patients visiting the clinic. They always work closely with the dentist by providing help throughout a patient’s visit. Assisting the dentist encompasses a wide range of procedures from preparing the various materials required and ensuring the proper instruments and equipment are available to cleaning and sterilizing the used instruments.
- Track 13-1Dental Surgery
- Track 13-2Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy
- Track 13-3Dental Technology
- Track 13-4Chemical peels
Pediatrics is that the branch of medicine dealing with the health and treatment of infants, children, and adolescents from birth up to the age of eighteen. Pediatric Nursing presents information that's both theoretically and clinically relevant to teach the novice which enrich the scholarly person and advance the pediatric specialist toward providing health care of the highest quality to the patients. Pediatric nurses are very knowledgeable about the growth and development as they adapt their interactions to child’s developmental level. In addition, they acknowledge the expertise of the family and collaborate with them to provide care for the kid. Diseases, equipment, and treatments for pediatric patients are either different or vary in presentation from those of adults for children are unique, not miniature adults.
- Track 14-1Pediatric Pulmonology Nursing
- Track 14-2Pediatric Immunology Nursing
- Track 14-3Pediatric Urology Nursing
- Track 14-4Pediatric Ophthalmology Nursing
- Track 14-5Pediatric Physiotherapy Nursing
- Track 14-6Pediatric Robotic Nursing
Gerontological Nursing provides an opportunity to explore the challenges of aging through the lens of transitions. They examine how aging adults respond to transitions such as health challenges, changes in living environments, existential issues, family issues, and dying and death. While physical health issues are addressed, the major emphasis lies in how older adults understand and process transitions in older years and how nurses can facilitate the process for their patients or clients and family members. We also examine the challenges faced by emerging sub-populations of aging adults, such as those with developmental disabilities, the incarcerated, the homeless, as well as those with HIV/AIDS.
- Track 15-1Nursing in an Aging Society
- Track 15-2Physiological Changes in Aging
- Track 15-3Mental Disorders
- Track 15-4Legal and Ethical Issues
- Track 15-5Aging Families
Mental health is defined as a state of every individual to realizes his or her own potential who can work productively and fruitfully, who can cope with the conventional stresses of daily life and are able to make a small contribution to the society. Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on attempts to define, understand, and categorize mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders, and determine the best treatments, the medical specialty of psychiatry is always up against the deep complexity of the human brain. Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with people, families, groups, and communities, assessing their psychological state needs. The PMH nurse develops a nursing diagnosing and set up of care, implements the nursing process, and evaluates it for effectiveness.
- Track 16-1Regular hospitals
- Track 16-2Psychiatric hospitals
- Track 16-3Home health care organizations
- Track 16-4Outpatient mental health organizations
Nurse midwifery is a nursing specialization managing pregnancy, labor, and postpartum issues. As a midwife nurses will have to work with mothers to ensure their safety throughout the childbirth process likewise as the safety of their newborn child. Increasingly, parents are choosing to use the services of nurse midwives in place of or along with OB-GYN providers for traditional births. Certified nurse midwives (CNMs) are a kind of advanced practice registered nurse that can be found in hospitals, birthing centers, non-public practices, and as a part of larger healthcare organizations. CNMs are completely different from other kinds of midwives are certified midwives and direct entry midwives because they bring advanced education and experience to their practice. CNMs are legally to have authority to prescribe medication and are considered primary care providers under federal law.
- Track 17-1Health care of women and primary care
- Track 17-2Midwifery integration
- Track 17-3Health care of childbearing women
A surgical nurse is also known as Perioperative Nurses or Operating Room Nurses, who is a health care professional who specializes in proving before, during and after surgical care to patients. Perioperative (surgical) nursing is a dynamic and challenging field that gives several opportunities for learning and professional growth of each individuals. Surgical nurses facilitate surgical technicians prepare and organize the operation room. They still require a knowledgeable and proficient team to pull off a successful surgery, as one slip or mistake throughout these procedures can mean the difference between life and death.
- Track 18-1Surgery Nursing
- Track 18-2Surgery Care Nursing
Emergency Nursing is a specialty during which nurses look after patients within the emergency or critical phase of their illness or injury and are adept at discerning life-threatening issues, prioritizing the urgency of care, rapidly and effectively carrying out resuscitative measures and alternative treatment, acting with a high degree of autonomy and skill to initiate required measures without outside direction, educating the patient and his family with the information and emotional support needed to preserve themselves as they deal with a brand new reality. These activities are also carried out in a exceedingly in a very variety of settings and not necessarily in an emergency room. An Emergency Nurse is characterized by high degrees of knowledge and skills, with diagnostic and decision-making power to effectuate urgently needed activities in autonomous fashion or within the closely-collaborative team approach with other health professionals. Typically, associate Emergency Nurse is capable of providing a broad spectrum of skills that in other settings would be delegated to alternative health care employees.
- Track 19-1Types of Disasters
- Track 19-2Types of Disasters
- Track 19-3Emergency Nursing Care
- Track 19-4Mobile Nursing
Telemetry Nurses, or TELE, are specialists in the monitoring of patients requiring a high degree of vigilance. These are often patients who have been released from Intensive Care, those on essential life support following a serious illness, or those in whom a heart condition is suspected or diagnosed. RNs in the Telemetry Unit are responsible for comfortably and accurately connecting patients to machines to measure heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and collect electrocardiogram data.
- Track 20-1The Benefits of Telehealth and e-Medicine
- Track 20-2The Business of Telehealth and e-Medicine
- Track 20-3Telehealth and e-Medicine Applications
The conference provides a comprehensive guide for nurses practicing in any area of endocrinology and at any level of expertise. Endocrinology Nursing is a fast-developing specialty with nurses performing advanced roles and expanding their practice to run independent nurse-led services. It is also an excellent resource for endocrinology specialty trainees, general practitioners, medical and nursing students, expert patients and nurses working in specialties such as fertility, osteoporosis, oncology, obesity, urology and gynaecology, who look after patients with endocrine-related disorders. This conference providing a comprehensive overview of adult and paediatric endocrinology but also a section on advanced practice, role development and nursing research. It has been conducted by an international team of more than 100 eminent nurses, physicians, surgeons, psychologists and other healthcare professionals. Many patient advocacy groups have contributed with case studies which emphasises the close working relationships with patients.
- Track 21-1Endocrinologing Nursing Care