Theme: Everything becomes simple: New Technologies Introduced in Nursing and Healthcare

Nursing 2022

Nursing 2022

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, please accept my heartfelt condolences. We cordially invite you to this year's main event, the 41st World Nursing and Healthcare Conference, which will be held on October 05-06, 2022 in London, UK, where you can expect to get valuable insights from experts from around the world. The Conference's wide-ranging and diverse material will be both fascinating and groundbreaking. We will have workshops and interactive sessions, as well as various exhibitors, in addition to typical abstract presentations and keynote talks by world-renowned invited speakers.

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a symposium on “Everything becomes simple: New Technologies Introduced in Nursing & Healthcare”. We are delighted to welcome academic scientists, research scholars, researchers, students, and experts in the fields of Nursing and healthcare. This year's Nursing 2022 gathering provides a forum for specialists to collaborate while also serving as a global forum to share and learn about research findings, creative ideas, and best practice models. Nursing Education, Nursing Practice, Healthcare Management, Nursing Types, Pediatric Nursing, Midwifery and Maternal Aid, Community Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Clinical Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, and Critical Care Nursing are all included in Nursing 2022.

Details of the Conference:

  •  CONFERENCE NAME:  Nursing 2022
  •  THEME: Everything becomes simple: New Technologies Introduced in Nursing and Healthcare
  •   DATE:  October 05-06, 2022
  •   LOCATION:  London, UK

Why to Attend:

  •   Our intensive online promotion attracts over 20,000 users and 60000 views to our Library of Abstracts,         providing worldwide visibility to the researchers and speakers that participate in our conferences.
  •   Workshops for Graduates, Doctorates, and Postdoctoral Researchers Fellows in Post-Doctoral Research        on Career Guidance
  •   Accepted abstracts will be included in databases such as PubMed, MEDLINE, and others.
  •   Among the databases offered are SCOPUS, SOCOLAR, EBSCO, CAS, Index Copernicus, and Google.
  •   Scholar, SCIRUS, and DOAJ index journals.
  •   A Digital Object Identification number, or DOI, will be assigned to each abstract.
  •   A Digital Object Identifier, or DOI, was provided by Cross Ref.
  •   For your name, Google's Speaker and Abstract pages can be informative.
  •   Your scientific credentials will be recognised all across the world.
  •   Scientists and business leaders are expected to attend the meeting.

Target Audience:

  • Healthcare Professors
  • Nursing researchers
  • Internal Medicine Physicians
  • Healthcare Institutions
  • Researchers and Scholars
  • Pharmaceutical organizations
  • Members of Nursing and Healthcare Associations
  • Nursing and Healthcare Students
  • Nursing and Healthcare Scientists
  • Nursing and Healthcare Researchers
  • Companies producing clinical gadgets
  • Directors of Association and Societies
  • Nursing Training Institutes
  • Staff development educators

Features of Conference:

  •  Investigate Nursing and Healthcare Innovative Methodologies.
  •  The ideal platform for international networking.
  •  In Nursing and Healthcare, ongoing examinations and novel techniques are being implemented.
  •  Possibilities for Collaborative Research.
  •  The most up-to-date information in the fields of Nursing and Healthcare.
  •  Participants' rights to share their work.
  •  Make a sprinkle with a different thing as a gift.
  •  Workshops, gatherings, and symposia that are well-structured.
  •  Panel talks and interactive activities are part of the programme.
  •  Participate in a global session with live Q&A.
  •  Over 300 people took part in the event (70 Industry: 30 Academia).
  •  Keynote Speakers more than 7.
  •  Plenary Speakers more than 50.
  •  There will be more than 20 exhibitors.
  •  14 Cutting-Edge Educational Session.
  •  Business to Business Meetings.

1. Advanced Practice Nursing:

Advanced observe Nurse may be a RN United Nations agency has nonheritable the skilled cognitive content, sophisticated decision-making skills and clinical competencies for enlarged observe. The characteristics of that square measure fashioned by the context of their country during which they're certificated to observe. They perform tasks once reserved for medical doctors. They assist completely different medical professionals and manage patient care, and plenty of focus on fields like pediatric medicine, medical specialty and family practice. There square measure many opportunities in advanced observe nursing with this nursing shortage and demand for qualified health professionals. APNs not solely create a decent living and add a time of nursing chance. They additionally get pleasure from the daily reward of serving to patients sick from their malady to recovery.

  • Nursing
  • Medical attendants
  • human services practitioner

2. Women Health Nursing:

Women's Health Nursing is dedicated to serving women all over the world. Women's health nursing focuses on obstetrics and gynecologic malignancies, hypertension, diabetes, orthopaedics, endometriosis, pregnancy management, breast cancer and other cancers affecting women, neonatal care, nursing care during childbirth and preterm birth prevention, HIV/AIDS women patients, and a variety of other diseases and illnesses that women face. What else has to be done in Women's Health in addition to all of these patient care deliveries? The role of a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner focuses on providing primary care to women. Primary care is the first line of defence for comprehensive treatment that includes disease prevention, health promotion, and nursing management of common acute and chronic diseases.

  • Neonatal Nursing
  • Maternal Nursing
  • Women Health Care
  • Infection Nursing Diagnosis

3. Mental Health :

Dementia is not a natural part of the ageing process. Disease, pharmaceutical reactions, vision and hearing issues, infections, nutritional imbalances, diabetes, and renal failure can all cause dementia. Dementia comes in numerous forms (including Alzheimer's disease), and some of them are transitory. Accurate diagnosis necessitates management and assistance. Depression is the most frequent mental health problem that affects people in their latter years. Depression in the elderly can lead to suicide if left untreated. Here's a shocking fact: the suicide rate among old white men is higher than that of any other age group, including teens.

  •  Depression
  •  Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  •  Pain Management
  •  Schizophrenia

4. Pediatric Nursing:

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the health and treatment of children, adolescents, and infants from birth to the age of eighteen. Pediatric Nursing delivers theoretically and therapeutically relevant material to teach the beginner, enrich the scholarly person, and develop the paediatric specialist toward providing high-quality health care to patients. Pediatric nurses are well-versed in growth and development, and they tailor their interactions to the developmental stage of the kid. Furthermore, they value the family's knowledge and partner with them to provide care for the child. Because children are not miniature adults, diseases, equipment, and therapies for paediatric patients are either different or vary in presentation from those for adults.   

  •  Neonatology
  •  Perinatology
  •  Pediatric surgery          

5. Cardiac Nursing:

Registered nurses (RN)  who specialise in giving care to persons with diseases of the heart and blood vessels are known as cardiac or cardiovascular nurses. Cardiovascular nurses are one of the most in-demand health-care careers. Although most cardiovascular nurses work in hospitals, they also provide services in a variety of locations. Cardiac nurses apply their knowledge to treat patients of various ages. The senior group receives the majority of the cardiovascular nurses' attention. Some cardiovascular nurses, on the other hand, specialise on the care of babies and toddlers. Patients with genetic anomalies, myocardial infarctions, and vascular disorders are assessed, planned, implemented, and evaluated by cardiovascular nurses. They also assist those who are suffering from a variety of different heart ailments. Patients may experience irregular heartbeats or issues with their heart valves. They may have fluid retention and elevated blood pressure.

  •  Advantages of low circulatory strain
  •  Worldwide cardiovascular nursing administration
  •  Changes in cardiovascular gamble factor in patients
  •  Wellbeing related personal satisfaction in heart sicknesses

6. Telemetry Nursing:

An RN who specialises in treating acute patient problems that necessitate the use of telemetry instruments to monitor patient vital signs is known as a telemetry nurse. The critical care speciality in the United States, where turnover was 18.2 percent in 2018, is particularly affected by the present international nursing personnel shortage. 1 Healthcare systems require more trained and qualified RNs who can get certified in their speciality as global health concerns increase.

  •  Basic cardiac rhythm monitoring techniques, interpretation and treatment
  •  Basic and advanced life support

7. Nursing Leadership and Management:

Nursing management entails the execution of administrative authority and fundamental leadership within organisations that employ medical assistants. It includes forms common to all or any administration, such as planning, recruiting, staffing, coordinative, and domineering. For noted attendants to appear for more coaching to earn Associate in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, or Specialist of Nursing follow to set up for positions of power within nursing, it is sometimes necessary. Risk is increasingly expected in management roles to have a propelled degree in nursing. Nurse leaders are less task-oriented than nurse managers, focusing instead on establishing and maintaining standards. Their job is to ensure that the organization's vision, mission, and long-term strategy are all met.

  • Nursing Management
  • Nursing Organization
  • Nursing Training Center
  • Nursing Institute

8. Community Health Nursing:

Nurses that work in community health are often known as public health nurses. Registered nurses who serve in public health settings such as county or state health agencies, schools, jails, and corporations are known as community health nurses or public health nurses. One of the key responsibilities of a community health nurse is to identify health issues in the community and to provide health care to individuals who may not have access to or afford medical treatment. Because of their jobs as caregivers in the community, they frequently build close attachments with the people they assist and form long-lasting relationships.

  • Family-centered care
  • Epidemiology and self-care
  •  Health maintenance/promotion,
  •  Levels of prevention

9. Continuing Nursing Education:

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. Most countries provide nursing education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas as psychological nursing, pediatric nursing, oncology nursing and post-operatory nursing. The curriculum integrates core master’s-level concepts, advanced clinical foundation and education-focused courses.

  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Geriatrics
  • Health Diversity
  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Nurse Career and Education
  • Nurse Practitioners

10. Telehealth Revolution in Covid-19:

It's worth noting that the current surge in transitioning current physically present medical nurses closer to Telehealth Nursing. According to recent research, the range should be expanded in the telehealth nursing sector when it comes to perceiving the current state of the pandemic, and telehealth provides greater recognition and significance to the nursing quarter by providing them with a broader pathway to interact with their patients phonetically and understand them in a more environmentally friendly manner.

  •  Telemedicine application model
  •  Tele Diagnosis and tele-treatment
  •  Tele Surgery

11. Current Trends in Nursing education and policies in COVID-19:

Modern nursing students are given a more pictorial and practical framework of the most recent pandemic events and techniques for effectively dealing with them. Students are given the tools they need to care for the Covid-19 patients, as well as incentives and a high level of respect. Current circumstances are encouraging current college students to pursue specialisation in ICU nursing and other specialist professions, since nursing now requires a specialised approach that is closer to any pandemic to observe farther.

  • Tele-monitoring
  • Tele-radiology
  • Telemedicine application model 

12. Telemedicine and E-Health:

The e-Health and Telemedicine and covers the clinical applications of telemedicine and management of electronic health records full spectrum of advances. They offer indispensable tools for home healthcare, remote patient monitoring, disease management, and advances in technology for medical centres, practitioners and hospitals not only for rural health and battlefield care, but also for nursing home, assisted living facilities, and maritime and aviation settings. A “means of applying new low cost electronic technologies, such as 'web enabled' transactions, advanced networks and new design approaches, to healthcare delivery e-health includes use of the internet or other electronic media. Clinical or biomedical research informatics involves the use of informatics in discovery and management of new knowledge relating to health and disease.

  • M-health
  • Tele-medicine
  • Clinical Information systems

13. Nursing Informatics:

Nursing informatics is a specialisation that combines nursing science with a variety of information management and analytical disciplines in order to find, characterise, manage, and transmit information, knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practise. Nursing informatics assists nurses, consumers, patients, the interprofessional healthcare team, and other stakeholders in making decisions in their various roles and situations in order to achieve desired outcomes. This assistance is provided through the application of various information formats, methods, and technologies. Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE), Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), Test results, Progress notes, Nursing notes, and Medication records are some of the technologies that have evolved as a result of health care/nursing informatics.

  • Nursing Science
  • Computer science
  • Information science 

14.Diabetes Nursing:

Diabetes, also known as Diabetes Mellitus, is a metabolic disorder characterised by unusually high blood glucose levels. Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes are the three kinds of diabetes. A diabetes nurse is a nurse who focuses on the treatment and management of diabetic patients. They can be registered nurses, advanced-practice nurses, or nurses with a broader scope of practise. Patients with Type I and Type II diabetes, as well as women with gestational diabetes, can be managed by them. Patients can get diabetes education one-on-one or in a group setting. Patients must also be educated about the importance of food and nutrition by diabetes nurse educators.

  • Insulin Delivery Systems
  • Monitoring Diabetes
  • Pattern Management
  • Role of Exercise 

15. Dental Nursing:

Dental nurses assist dentists in performing oral checkups and operations. A dental nurse is an important member of the dental team who ensures that the patient is well cared for during their appointment. The role of dental nurses is to be polite, calm, and cost-effective when dealing with patients who come to the clinic. They constantly collaborate closely with the dentist, offering assistance during the patient's appointment.·         A confident, friendly, outgoing personality.

  • The ability to calm and reassure anxious patients.
  • Good hand skills and attention to detail.
  • Organizational skills.

16. Holistic Nursing:

The term "holistic" refers to treating the patient as a whole person, with all of their systems (mind, body, and spirit) interrelated, rather than as a medical ailment or diagnosis. A holistic nurse, also known as a complementary health nurse, is a board-certified nurse who chooses to focus on the holistic part of traditional nursing care by applying nursing knowledge, theories, and experience to patients. Holistic nursing is a nursing theory and a method of patient assistance that focuses on the integration of a person's mind, body, and spirit with their surroundings. Holistic nursing is unique in that the principles of holistic nursing may be applied to client care in all other nursing disciplines.

  • Holistic Philosophy and Education
  • Holistic Ethics, Theories, and Research
  • Holistic Nurse Self-Care
  • Holistic Communication, Therapeutic Environment and Cultural Competence

17. Medical Surgical Nursing:

A surgical nurse, often known as perioperative nurses or operating room nurses, is a health care practitioner who specialises in providing patients with care prior to, during, and after surgery. Perioperative (surgical) nursing is a vibrant and demanding sector that offers a variety of opportunities for personal and professional development. Surgical nurses aid surgical technologists in the preparation and organisation of the operating room. To carry out a successful operation, they still require a trained and skilled team, as one slip or mistake during these treatments might be the difference between life and death.

  • Managing nutrition
  • Managing pain
  • Managing Infection control
  • Managing wounds and wound care

18. Gastroenterology Nursing:

Gastroenterology is a branch of medicine concerned with the health of the gastrointestinal system, sometimes known as the GI tract. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to hepatitis C are all treated by gastroenterologists. Gastroenterologists employ specialised devices to see the GI system and make diagnoses during endoscopic procedures. A gastroenterology nurse is a registered nurse who specialises in diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal system as a whole.

  • Kidney & Pancreas Transplant
  • Liver & Intestine Transplant
  • Micro biome

19. Oncology Nursing:

The study of cancer is known as oncology. Medical, surgical, and radiation oncology are the three major specialties of oncology. An oncology nurse is a registered nurse who provides treatment and education to cancer patients. Oncology nurses serve as part of a multidisciplinary team in a range of settings, including inpatient wards, bone marrow transplant units, and community settings. They may work with a wide range of patients, from young to the elderly, and in settings ranging from outpatient to palliative care.

  • Bladder Cancer
  • Brain Cancer
  • Breast Cancer
  • Colorectal Cancer

20. Disaster Nursing:

Nurses' management and response during calamities is referred to as disaster nursing. There are man-made disasters such as wars and industrial accidents, as well as natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes, in which the nurses' reaction is critical. The phases of disaster nursing are prevention, readiness, response, and recovery. To avert and handle disasters, multiple agencies must work together. In the event of a disaster or other emergency, the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) deploys disaster management assistance teams (DMATs) made up of professional and paraprofessional medical staff to offer medical care. These teams assist the federal medical response to natural and man-made disasters such hurricanes, earthquakes, transportation accidents, and terrorist strikes involving weapons of mass devastation.

  • Airway, Breathing, circulation
  • Visual inspection
  • Level of consciousness

21. Current Trend and Risk Factors in Nursing:

Doctors and other healthcare professionals who are dealing with people suffering from transient ischemic attacks will be able to use the logical proclamation. The formal proof survey included an organised writing hunt of phone systems from 1990 to June 2007, as well as data mixing with proof tables, meta-examinations, and pooled analysis of individual patient-level data. The study bolstered support for tissue-based transient ischemic attack (TIA): a momentary scene of medicine brokenness generated by central nervous system, spinal cord, or retinal ischemia, but not intense localised mortification. Patients who have had a TIA are at a significant risk of having an early stroke, and their risk can be categorised using clinical scales, vascular imaging, and dispersion enticing reverberation imaging.

  • Team Nursing
  • Quality Care
  • Public Awareness
  • Progressive Patient Care

22. Critical care and Emergency Nursing:

Emergency nursing is a specialty in which nurses care for patients in the emergency or critical stages of their illness or injury. They are skilled at recognising life-threatening issues, prioritising the urgency of care, quickly 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, and educating the patient and his family on the information. These actions can be performed in a wide range of contexts, not just emergency rooms.

  • Brain Cancer
  • Chronic Leukemia
  • Depression
  • Head and Neck Cancer

23. Nursing Pharmacology :

Pharmacology for medical caregivers is one of the first and most important segments of nursing education. It is a branch of science concerned with the administration of medication based on the patient's infection profile. The examination led using medications, antibodies, and over-the-counter medication is directly wedged in the drug business. Enlisted attendants have an important role in administering medicine to patients in a crowded emergency clinic environment all over the world. This responsibility necessitates a tremendous amount of effort on the part of medical attendants in order for them to claim a thorough understanding of pharmacology and potentially fatal pharmaceutical communications.

  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Therapeutics
  • Chemotherapy
  • Pharmacy

24. Endocrinology Nursing:

The conference serves as a complete resource for nurses working in any field of endocrinology, with any degree of experience. Endocrinology nursing is a rapidly growing field, with nurses taking on more sophisticated positions and expanding their practice to include nurse-led services. It is also a valuable resource for endocrinology specialist trainees, general practitioners, medical and nursing students, expert patients, and nurses caring for patients with endocrine-related illnesses in disciplines such as fertility, osteoporosis, cancer, obesity, urology, and gynaecology. This conference includes a segment on advanced practise, role development, and nursing research, as well as a comprehensive overview of adult and paediatric endocrinology.

  • Bone and Mineral Disorders.
  • Cardiovascular Risk Reduction.
  • Chronic Kidney Disease.
  • Diabetic Microvascular Complications.
  • Hypothalamic, Pituitary, and Adrenal Disorders.
  • Genomic Medicine

25.Physical Activity and Nutrition:

Nutrition can help athletes perform better. The greatest approach to stay healthy is to have an active lifestyle and exercise programme, as well as eat well. A healthy diet can help you have the energy you need to complete a race or simply enjoy a recreational sport or activity. Obesity and other chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, some malignancies, and depression are all linked to poor diet and insufficient physical activity. Only about one out of every ten children and adults consumes the required daily quantity of veggies.

  • Achieve and maintain a healthy weight
  • Reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke
  • Reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer
  • Strengthen muscles, bones, and joints
  • Improve mood and energy level

Tele-health services are in high demand for monitoring and consultation at the moment. The transmission of instructional content while also maintaining continuous connection between patients and healthcare practitioners has been made possible thanks to advancements in healthcare technologies. The efficient integration of medical equipment and ICT, which allows healthcare services to be supplied over vast distances, is critical to the proper operation of remote patient monitoring solutions. Doctors and nurses spend the majority of their time in hospitals away from computers, making it impossible for them to transport patient records. As a result, numerous industry participants began to offer mobile platforms for healthcare IT solutions, such as mobile applications.

Patient data is created in all departments and at all points of service throughout the healthcare business, making it highly information-intensive. However, in order to create comprehensive and reliable patient records, it is important to generate credible information by integrating huge amounts of data. Because healthcare systems use a variety of medical devices and diagnostic tools, there is an increasing need to connect all of these systems to help healthcare workers provide rapid responses at multiple care delivery points. As more healthcare organisations implement various healthcare IT systems, there is a rising need to integrate various types of IT systems into the organization's IT architecture to guarantee that these systems are used to their full potential and aid in correct decision-making.

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