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50th World Congress on Men in Nursing, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the Role of Men in Advancing Global Health”

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The reason mainly being the stereotypic thought that comes in our mind when we talk about the profession Nursing. We always instantly imagine a woman when the word Nurse strikes our mind. At a time when women are flocking to once male-dominated fields like law and medicine, men are comparatively less in number in the female-dominated field of nursing. lack of male interest in the profession, low pay, nursing job titles such as Sister and Matron, and the perception that male nurses will have difficulty in the workplace carrying out their duties are few more major reasons for poor representation of men in the field of Nursing.

  • Track 1-1Women To Men Ratio In Nursing
  • Track 1-2stereotypes of nursing
  • Track 1-3┬álack of male interest in the profession
  • Track 1-4Male nursing discrimination
  • Track 1-5low pay in the profession
  • Track 1-6Research For Education, Guidelines and Universal Developments
  • Track 1-7Technologies to Influence Nursing
  • Track 1-8State Nursing Council

Throughout the world today, more men are entering the field of nursing and there is a major push to delete the stereotype that nurses are women. In fact, men are finding roles in all fields of nursing. Nursing is a not a gender, it is a profession. The art of caring is not something only women understand. With the tremendous shortage of nurses, more men are encouraged to join the profession. Men nurses can build up a strong relationship among his clients or patients and as well as perform the task which requires physical power more efficiently.

  • Track 2-1Nurse-client relationship
  • Track 2-2Transcultural nursing
  • Track 2-3human caring by male nurses

Patient Safety is characterized as "the quest for the lessening and moderation of perilous acts inside the medicinal services framework, and the utilization of best practices appeared to prompt to ideal patient results." There are various aspects of patient security and emergency risk management and it's imperative that everybody required in patient wellbeing including patients and their families and as well as social insurance experts, know about the issues, relief procedures and best practices for guaranteeing persistent security for everybody.

  • Track 3-1Documentation and patient safety
  • Track 3-2Human factors and patient safety culture
  • Track 3-3Patient accident
  • Track 3-4Patient admission, transfer, discharge
  • Track 3-5Patient assessment and diagnosis
  • Track 3-6Risk assessment and patient safety

Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, illness, injuries and various physical and mental ailments in humans constitute healthcare. It is an important sector in promoting general, physical, mental health and well-being of people around the world. Healthcare is initiated by providing the primary, secondary, and tertiary care for the public health. The healthcare sectors are dedicated in providing healthcare services and products through group of trained and experienced professionals from interdisciplinary teams. Nursing is a science, as well as an art. It is a complex ever changing profession with ethics, standards, and best practices to improve the quality of care. The nursing practice involves core involvements with research development, implementation and analysis. 

  • Track 4-1Quality and Safety of Nursing Care
  • Track 4-2Professional Career Development of Clinical Nurses
  • Track 4-3Crossectional Studies
  • Track 4-4Longitudinal Studies
  • Track 4-5Cohort Studies
  • Track 4-6Randomised Control Trials
  • Track 4-7Epidemiological Studies

Holding an established code of ethics and conduct, the legal nurses play an important role in the litigation process by bridging the gap between medicine and the judicial system. Apart from within the law firms, they can also consult with a wide range of organizations including insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and other medical-related organizations. They are registered and licensed individuals who implement their expertise, experience, and specialized education to interpret research and analyze the medical-related issues relevant to a legal case or claim. Investigation plays a major role in the world of legal nurse individual. Men considered to be a little more aggressive than women, legal Nursing for men holds fast to the profession.

  • Track 5-1Health care laws
  • Track 5-2Ethical issues in legal nursing
  • Track 5-3Medical practice and linked life insurance
  • Track 5-4Role of legal nursing
  • Track 5-5Legal Nurse in end of life care
  • Track 5-6The affordable care act
  • Track 5-7Involvement of nurses in change of health policies

Nurses perform numerous tasks, from providing fundamental healthcare to assisting surgeons with advanced and critical procedures. Those interested in becoming a nurse, can pursue several educational options based on their career goals and level of care they hope to provide. There are three main categories of nurses. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) provide basic care while supervised by registered nurses and doctors. Registered nurses (RNs) care for patients, provide support to patient’s families, and assist doctors in medical procedures. Additional education can lead to further specialization as an advanced practice registered nurse. Educational programs in nursing are typically found in both public and private colleges, technical schools, and universities. Some hospitals and high schools offer them as well. In addition to liberal arts courses, nursing programs require students to take courses related to the field such as biology, physiology, chemistry, and anatomy. All nursing programs contain a supervised clinical component, and graduates of these programs must pass a licensing exam to begin work. There is no bar foe men from undergoing these programs.

  • Track 6-1nursing colleges/institutions for Men worldwide
  • Track 6-2New Nursing Technology
  • Track 6-3Nurse Practitioner Education
  • Track 6-4Registered Nursing (RN)
  • Track 6-5Education for Patient Safety
  • Track 6-6Education Trends In Nursing and their Impacts
  • Track 6-7Learning strategies
  • Track 6-8Nursing Leadership
  • Track 6-9Teaching, Evaluation and Learning and Clinical Practice
  • Track 6-10Education Trends In Nursing and Their Impact On Nursing Practice
  • Track 6-11Techniques For Reflecting Nursing Practices In Nursing Education
  • Track 6-12Nursing Courses

Nursing practice is progressive practice enrolled nurses who are skilled and instructed to indulge health elevation and maintenance through the analysis and treatment of intense illness and habitual condition. Present International Council of nurses, a nurse practitioner/advanced practice enrolled nurse is nurse who has captured the insight base, decision-making skills, and clinical skill for increased practice over that of an enrolled nurse. The aspect of which would be decisive by the background in which he or she is recommended to practice nurse practitioner, manage intense and habitual medical conditions, through history and physical exam and the ordering of diagnosed tests and medical treatments. Nursing practice are experienced to diagnose medical problems, order treatments, perform excellent procedures, impose medications, and make benchmark for a wide range of intense and habitual medical condition their extension of practice.

  • Track 7-1Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Track 7-2Post Graduate Nursing
  • Track 7-3Nurse Anaesthetist
  • Track 7-4Recent Innovations in Nursing Practice
  • Track 7-5Innovations in Patient Care
  • Track 7-6Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Illness and Chronic Condition

It is observed that Male registered nurses (RNs) considers certain fields of nursing (e.g., administration, emergency, or intensive care) to be more congruent with the male sex role than other fields (e.g., general medical, outpatient, or obstetrical nursing). They generally preferred work in more congruent fields. Over time, they were increasingly employed in more congruent fields and they did not experience significantly less role strain in the more congruent fields of nursing than in the less congruent fields.

  • Track 8-1Nurse anesthetists
  • Track 8-2Nurse practitioners
  • Track 8-3emergency room nurse
  • Track 8-4Travel/transport nurse
  • Track 8-5Registered nurses
  • Track 8-6Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses

Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system, with more than 2.7 million registered nurses and over 750,000 licensed practical nurses working in the system. The demand for Nursing and its scope is increasing in proportion to each day passing by.. There are various prospects and career objectives for ones who pursue nursing.

  • Track 9-1Government run hospitals
  • Track 9-2Super speciality hospital
  • Track 9-3Indian Red Cross Society nursing
  • Track 9-4Indian Nursing Council
  • Track 9-5Educational institutions

With an aging population comes the societal challenge of acquiring additional medical professionals to meet the burgeoning demand in healthcare. Because of this and other related healthcare trends, growth in the field of nursing remains strong. There are various specialization course one can pursue and each specializations are broad spectrum, interesting and with enough potential for future prospects.

  • Track 10-1Emergency and Disaster Nursing
  • Track 10-2Ophthalmic Nursing
  • Track 10-3Community Health Nursing
  • Track 10-4Paediatric Nursing
  • Track 10-5Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 10-6Cardio Thoracic Nursing
  • Track 10-7Operation Room Nursing
  • Track 10-8Neonatal Nursing
  • Track 10-9Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Track 10-10Nursing Education and Administration
  • Track 10-11Practitioner in Midwifery
  • Track 10-12Nephrological Nursing

When the Institute of Medicine’s original report on the future of nursing was released it outlined a future full of opportunity and with the challenge for all nurses to practice to the full extent of their education and scope. Over the last several decades, much has occurred to elevate the practice and value of the Registered Nurses. Patient needs have become more complex and quality and patient safety are now the front and center of reimbursement and regulatory landscapes. Nurses have adapted to these changes by expanding their skill sets and knowledge of science, securing their places as linchpins to provision of improved health outcomes in the era of healthcare reform.

  • Track 11-1Enhancing Patient Safety: Factors Influencing Medical Error Recovery Among Medical-Surgical Nurses
  • Track 11-2Registered Nurses as Interprofessional Collaborative Partners: Creating Value-Based Outcomes
  • Track 11-3Registered Nurses as Caregivers: Influencing the System as Patient Advocates
  • Track 11-4Registered Nurses Leading Innovative Changes

Nursing is a profession both defined by science, as well as art. The terms art and science are significant for the practice of nursing. These two concepts have a particular meaning and their defining characteristics help to illuminate the nature of nursing practice. An understanding of each term is foundational to the comprehension of similarities and differences and to an understanding of the complex relation played out in nursing practice. Nursing as an art form has three major components— medium, process, and product. The science consists of the systematized knowledge. Both nursing's art and its science are essential for excellence in the performance of nursing's mission. There is a delicately balanced movement between art and science portrayed by experienced nurses that transcends as it uses the differences between these two forms. 

  • Track 12-1Subjective Experiences of Coping Among Caregivers in Palliative Care
  • Track 12-2Nursing Doctoral Education in the Americas
  • Track 12-3Nursing Around the World: Europe, USA, AsiaPacific.
  • Track 12-4Nursing Doctoral Education in the United Kingdom and Ireland

The number of male nurses in the nursing professional is very less relatively. There is a huge shortage of male nurses in the sector and the level of public awareness in this regard is less. People still holds the idea that males in the nursing sector are effeminate. This is a common notion that prevails in the minds of many people and this is one factor that deters aspiring male students from becoming certified nurses in the industry. The nursing professional has been traditionally associated with the female gender. Patients still can relate and connect to female patients more than males. These disadvantages of Men in Nursing hold fast.

  • Track 13-1Social Acceptance:
  • Track 13-2┬áLack Of Public Awareness
  • Track 13-3Gender bias and extra physical pressure

According to the latest statistics, male nurses represent just a small fraction of the nursing workforce. The number of male nurses in the nursing professional is roughly around 5 %. The popular notion that nursing is not for men and admission capacity constraints of Nursing Schools seem to be major obstacles towards bringing more men to the profession. Although male nurses often face the challenges of gender discrimination, especially in specialties like obstetrics and gynecology, where, women often prefer female nurses, male nurses often end up in leadership roles and in specialties like intensive care, emergency and operating room nursing. Attitudes, gender role perceptions, intimate care issues, nurse shortage, retention and motivation influence the professional presence of men in nursing.

 

  • Track 14-1Historical Trends in Nursing Occupations
  • Track 14-2 Men in nursing case studies and current reviews
  • Track 14-3percentage of men in each of the detailed nursing occupations

Men still constitute a small minority of the nursing population. Although the reason has been identified, barriers that deter men from entering the profession, nursing schools and other stakeholders have been conservative in their efforts to recruit men. Active recruitment of young men may be a means of addressing nursing shortages. If nursing is to survive, affirmative action is needed to close the gender gap. More schools for men and more campaigns are needed to be organized.

  • Track 15-1campaigns to increase the number of males in nursing.
  • Track 15-2Notable men in nursing
  • Track 15-3introduction Of Nursing Schools For men worldwide.