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Nursing - 2023

Welcome Message

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, please accept my heartfelt condolences. We cordially invite you to this year's main event, the 42nd World Nursing and Healthcare Conference, which will be held on September 18-19, 2023 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 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.

About Conference

A symposium titled "Technology begins from here: Nursing event" will be held, we are happy to announce. The Nursing 2023 conference this year offers a platform for experts to communicate while also acting as a global forum for exchanging and learning about research findings, original concepts, and best practise models. The topics covered by Nursing 2023 include nursing practise, nursing types, paediatric nursing, midwifery and maternal aid, community nursing, emergency nursing, clinical nursing, mental health nursing, and critical care nursing.

Details of the Conference:

  •  CONFERENCE NAME:  Nursing 2023
  •  THEME: Technology begins from here: Nursing event
  •   DATE:  September 18-19, 2023
  •   LOCATION: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Target Audience:

  • Healthcare Professors
  • Nursing researchers
  • Healthcare Institutions
  • Researchers and Scholars
  • 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

Features of Conference:

  • In Nursing and Healthcare, ongoing examinations and novel techniques are being implemented.
  • Possibilities for Collaborative Research.
  • 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.
  • Over 300 people took part in the event (70 Industry: 30 Academia).
  • Keynote Speakers more than 7.
  • Plenary Speakers more than 50.
  • 14 Cutting-Edge Educational Session.

Session / Tracks

1. Advanced Practice Nursing:

Advanced observe Nurse may be an RN United Nations agency that has nonheritable skilled cognitive content, sophisticated decision-making skills and clinical competencies for enlarged observation. The environment of their nation, where they have been granted permission to live, has shaped their features. They carry out duties that used to be the domain of doctors. They oversee patient care, work with a variety of medical personnel, and put a lot of emphasis on things like family practice, pediatric medicine, and medical specialties. With the need for competent healthcare personnel growing along with the nursing deficit, there are numerous chances in advanced observation nursing. APNs not only earn a respectable living but also increase nursing job opportunities. Additionally, they enjoy the everyday satisfaction of assisting people who are ill with their illness through recovery.

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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 :

Alzheimer's disease is not a normal aspect of ageing. Dementia may be brought on by illness, drug interactions, vision and hearing problems, infections, dietary imbalances, diabetes, and renal failure. There are many different types of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, and some of them are temporary. Accurate diagnosis demands supervision and support. The most common mental health issue affecting adults in their latter years is depression. If depression in the elderly is not treated, it might result in suicide. Unbelievably, older white men—including teenagers—have a greater suicide rate than any other age group.

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

4. Pediatric Nursing:

Pediatrics is the area of medicine that focuses on the wellbeing and care of kids, teenagers, and infants from birth to age eighteen. Pediatric Nursing provides theoretically and therapeutically pertinent content to educate the novice, enlighten the scholar, and cultivate the paediatric specialist toward providing patients with high-quality healthcare. Pediatric nurses have extensive knowledge of growth and development, and they adjust their interactions to the child's developmental stage. They also recognise the family's expertise and collaborate with them to care for the youngster. Children are not little adults, therefore diseases, medical technology, and treatments for paediatric patients are either distinct from those for adults or appear differently.

  •  Neonatology
  •  Perinatology
  •  Pediatric surgery               

5. Cardiac Nursing:

Cardiovascular or cardiac nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who specialise in providing care to patients with illnesses of the heart and blood vessels. One of the most sought-after occupations in healthcare are that of cardiovascular nurses. Although they do the majority of their work in hospitals, cardiovascular nurses also offer their services elsewhere. Cardiovascular nurses use their expertise to treat patients of all ages. The cardiovascular nurses spend most of their time with the senior population. On the other hand, certain cardiothoracic nurses are experts in providing care for infants and young children. Cardiovascular nurses assess, organise, carry out, and evaluate care for patients with genetic abnormalities, myocardial infarctions, and vascular illnesses. They also help those who have a range of other heart conditions.

  •  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:

A telemetry nurse is a registered nurse (RN) that specialises in treating acute patient issues that call for the use of telemetry instruments to track patient vital signs. The current international nurse staff shortage is most felt in the critical care specialty in the United States, where turnover reached 18.2 percent in 2018. 1 As worries about global health grow, healthcare systems need more RNs who are educated, qualified, and able to obtain their specialty certification.

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

7. Nursing Leadership and Management:

Those organisations that use medical assistants, nursing management comprises the execution of administrative authority and essential leadership. It comprises administrative forms that are utilised by all administrations, including planning, staffing, hiring, coordinating, and commanding. It is occasionally necessary for eminent attendants to apply for more training to get an Associate in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, or a Specialist of Nursing degree in order to prepare for positions of authority within the nursing profession. An advanced nursing degree is becoming more and more common in managerial positions. Compared to nurse managers, nurse leaders are less task-oriented and instead concentrate on creating and upholding standards. Their responsibility is to make sure that the organization's long-term strategy, vision, and mission are all fulfilled.

  • Nursing Organization
  • Nursing Training Center
  • Nursing Institute

8. Community Health Nursing:

Public health nurses are nurses that specialise in community health. Community health nurses or public health nurses are registered nurses who work in public health environments including county or state health agencies, schools, jails, and businesses. The identification of health problems in the community and the provision of medical care to people who might not have access to or the means to pay for it are two of a community health nurse's main duties. They usually develop strong bonds and enduring ties with the people they help because of their roles as community caregivers.

  • Family-centered care
  • Levels of prevention

9. Continuing Nursing Education:

Nursing students are given both practical and theoretical information as part of continuing nursing education in order to prepare them for their responsibilities as nursing care professionals in the future. In most nations, you can take courses in nursing education that apply to both general nursing and more specific fields including psychological nursing, paediatric nursing, oncology nursing, and post-operative nursing. The programme combines education-focused courses, advanced clinical foundation courses, and fundamental master's level ideas.

  • Geriatrics
  • Health Diversity
  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Nurse Career and Education

10. Telehealth Revolution in Covid-19:

It's important to note that there has been a recent spike in moving physically present medical nurses toward telehealth nursing. According to recent research, the range should be widened in the telehealth nursing sector when it comes to understanding the pandemic's current state. Telehealth also gives nurses more recognition and significance by giving them more options for communicating with and understanding their patients in an environmentally friendly way.

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

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

The most current pandemic occurrences and methods for effectively addressing them are presented to nursing students in the modern era in a more visual and practical framework. Along with the resources they require to care for the Covid-19 patients, students also receive rewards and a great degree of respect. Given that nursing today demands a specialised approach that is closer to any epidemic to watch farther, present circumstances are driving college students to pursue specialisation 

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

12. Telemedicine and E-Health:

The term "e-Health and Telemedicine" refers to both the management of electronic health data and the therapeutic applications of telemedicine. They provide essential tools for home healthcare, remote patient monitoring, disease management, and technological advancements for medical practises, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, nautical, and aviation settings in addition to rural health and combat care. a "method for integrating new low-cost electronic technologies into healthcare delivery, such as web-enabled transactions, advanced networks, and new design approaches" The usage of the internet or other electronic media is part of e-health. Informatics is used in clinical or biomedical research informatics to manage and uncover new facts about health and disease.

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

13. Nursing Informatics:

To identify, characterise, manage, and transfer information, knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practise, the field of nursing informatics blends nursing science with a number of information management and analytical disciplines. The interprofessional healthcare team, patients, customers, nurses, and other stakeholders can all use nursing informatics to help them make decisions in their respective roles and circumstances in order to achieve their goals. Applications of diverse information formats, methodologies, and technologies are used to give this support. Technologies that have developed because of health care/nursing informatics include computerised provider order entry (CPOE), electronic medical records (EMRs), test reports, progress notes, nursing notes, and medication records.

  • Nursing Science
  • Computer science
  • Information science 

14.Diabetes Nursing:

A metabolic illness called diabetes, sometimes referred to as diabetes mellitus, is characterised by abnormally high blood glucose levels. The three types of diabetes include type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes. A nurse who specialises in the care and management of diabetic patients is known as a diabetes nurse. They could be registered nurses, nurses with advanced practise certifications, or nurses with a wider range of experience. They can control people with Type I and Type II diabetes as well as pregnant women with the disease. Patients might get diabetes education in a group environment or one-on-one. Diabetes nurse educators must also instruct patients on the value of food and nutrition.

  • Monitoring Diabetes
  • Pattern Management
  • Role of Exercise 

15. Dental Nursing:

Dental nurses provide assistance to dentists during oral examinations and procedures. An essential component of the dental team who makes sure the patient is taken care of throughout their appointment is a dental nurse. When interacting with patients that visit the clinic, dental nurses' responsibilities include being courteous, collected, and economical. They work closely and continuously with the dentist, providing help when the patient has an appointment.

  • The ability to calm and reassure anxious patients

  • Good hand skills and attention to detail

  • Organizational skills

16. Holistic Nursing:

The phrase "holistic" refers to treating the patient as a whole person with interconnected mind, body, and spirit systems rather than as a patient with a specific medical condition or diagnosis. A board-certified nurse who chooses to concentrate on the holistic component of conventional nursing care by applying nursing knowledge, theories, and experience to patients is known as a holistic nurse, also referred to as a complementary health nurse. The integration of a person's mind, body, and spirit with their surroundings is the main goal of the nursing theory and patient aid technique known as holistic nursing. The distinctive quality of holistic nursing is that its guiding principles can be used to provide patient care across all other nursing specialties.

  • 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 is a medical professional who specialises in caring for patients before, during, and after surgery. They are often referred to as perioperative nurses or operating room nurses. The field of perioperative (surgical) nursing is dynamic and demanding, and it provides many opportunities for both personal and professional growth. Surgical technicians and surgical nurses collaborate to set up and organise the operating room. They still need a qualified and skilled crew to carry out an operation successfully because one slip or mistake during these procedures could be the difference between life and death.

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

18. Gastroenterology Nursing:
The health of the digestive system, also referred to as the GI tract, is the focus of the medical specialty known as gastroenterology. Gastroenterologists treat anything from hepatitis C to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). During endoscopic operations, gastroenterologists use specialised equipment to view the GI system and make diagnosis. A registered nurse with expertise in conditions affecting the entire gastrointestinal system is known as a gastroenterology nurse.

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

19. Oncology Nursing:

Oncology is the study of cancer. The three primary subspecialties of oncology are medical, surgical, and radiation oncology. A licenced nurse who treats and educates cancer patients is known as an oncology nurse. In a variety of settings, including inpatient wards, bone marrow transplant facilities, and community settings, oncology nurses work as a member of a multidisciplinary team. They may work in settings ranging from outpatient through palliative care and with a variety of patients, including the young and the elderly.

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

20. Disaster Nursing:

Disaster nursing is the management and response of nurses during disasters. The nurses' response is crucial in both natural catastrophes like earthquakes and hurricanes as well as man-made disasters like conflicts and industrial mishaps. Preparation, reaction, and recovery are the stages of disaster nursing. Several agencies must collaborate in order to prevent and manage disasters. The National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) sends disaster management assistance teams (DMATs) made up of professional and paraprofessional medical workers to provide medical care in the case of a disaster or other emergency. When there are natural or man-made disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, car accidents, or terrorist attacks using weapons of mass destruction, these teams support the federal medical response.

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

21. Current Trend and Risk Factors in Nursing:

The logical assertion will be useful to doctors and other healthcare professionals who work with patients experiencing transient ischemic attacks. The formal proof survey includes meta-examinations, data mixing using proof tables, individual patient-level data pooling analysis, and a structured writing hunt of phone systems from 1990 to June 2007. The study strengthened the case for tissue-based transient ischemic attack (TIA), which is a brief episode of medical breakdown brought on by spinal cord, retinal, or central nervous system ischemia but not by acute localised mortification. Clinical scales, vascular imaging, and dispersion enticing reverberation imaging can all be used to classify the risk of early stroke in patients who have had a TIA.

  • Team Nursing
  • Quality Care
  • Progressive Patient Care

22. Critical care and Emergency Nursing:

In the field of emergency nursing, nurses treat patients who are suffering from acute or life-threatening illnesses or injuries. They have a high degree of autonomy and skill to initiate necessary measures without outside direction, are adept at identifying life-threatening issues, prioritising the urgency of care, performing resuscitative measures and alternative treatments quickly and effectively, and educating the patient and his family on the information. Not just in emergency departments, but in a variety other settings as well, these actions can be carried out.

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

23. Nursing Pharmacology :

One of the first and most crucial components of nursing education is pharmacology for medical caregivers. It is a field of study that deals with prescribing medication in accordance with the patient's infection profile. The investigation was conducted with the use of drugs, antibodies, and over-the-counter drugs, which is directly related to the pharmaceutical industry. All across the world, enlisted attendants play a crucial part in providing patients with medication in a busy emergency clinic setting. Medical assistants must put in a lot of work to fulfil this role if they are to claim to have a complete understanding of pharmacology and possibly lethal pharmacological interactions.

  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Therapeutics
  • Chemotherapy
  • Pharmacy

24. Endocrinology Nursing:

For nurses with any level of experience and working in any area of endocrinology, the conference is a complete resource. The discipline of endocrinology nursing is increasing quickly, with nurses assuming more complex roles and broadening their scope of practise to include nurse-led services. It is also a useful tool for endocrinology trainees, general practitioners, medical and nursing students, expert patients, and nurses who work with people who have endocrine-related illnesses in fields including urology, gynaecology, cancer, and osteoporosis. The conference also features a thorough overview of adult and paediatric endocrinology, as well as a section on advanced practise, role development, and nursing research.

  • 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:

Athletes can perform better with proper nutrition. The best way to keep healthy is to lead an active lifestyle, engage in regular exercise, and consume a good diet. A balanced diet can give you the energy you need to finish a race or just take part in leisurely sports or activities. Poor food and insufficient exercise are factors in obesity as well as other chronic diseases such type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, some cancers, and depression. Only approximately one in ten kids and adults consume the recommended daily amount of vegetables.

  • 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

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