World Conference on
Nursing

 Theme  :  Exploring the Recent Innovations in Nursing & its Practice

  November 14-15, 2019

 Radisson Hotel Oakland Airport, San Francisco, USA

 Conference Brochure  Abstract Submission  Organizing Committee  Tentative Schedule

Nursing Conferences

Coalesce Research Group welcomes you to attend the “World Conference on Nursing” on November 14-15, 2019 at San Francisco, USA. The theme of the Conference focusses on “Exploring the Recent Innovations in Nursing & its Practice”. Nursing Conferences will spotlight on educational research & practice directed toward its impact on clinical outcomes through the series of Oral Talks, Poster Presentations, Exhibitions Workshops & by Industries, Academicians, Professors, Young Forum Researchers & Students.

The conference invites Directors of Association and Societies, Scientists, Nursing Professionals, Doctors, Nursing Lecturers, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Nursing Students and participants from leading Universities of Nursing, Pharmaceutical Industries, Healthcare Industries, Clinical Research Institutions and Diagnostic Companies to share their research experiences on all aspects of this rapidly expanding field and advancements in the field of Nursing Science.

Basic Nursing
Nursing is the glue that holds a patient’s health care journey together. Across the entire patient experience, and wherever there is someone in need of care, nurses work tirelessly to identify and protect the needs of the individual. Beyond the time-honored reputation for compassion and dedication lies a highly specialized profession, which is constantly evolving to address the needs of society. From ensuring the most accurate diagnoses to the ongoing education of the public about critical health issues; nurses are indispensable in safeguarding public health. The  Essential Nursing Skills: Compassion, Communication, Ethics, Critical Thinking, Attention to Detail Confidence, Adaptability, Stamina.

Health Care and Nursing Management
Nursing management, it includes processes common to all management like planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. It is common for registered nurses to seek additional education to earn a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice to prepare for leadership roles within nursing.

Nursing and Patient Safety
Nurse’s vigilance at the bedside is essential to their ability to ensure patient safety. It is logical; therefore, that assigning increasing numbers of patients eventually compromises nurses' ability to provide safe care. Several seminal studies have demonstrated the link between nurse staffing ratios and patient safety, documenting an increased risk of patient safety events, morbidity, and even mortality as the number of patients per nurse increases. The strength of these data has led several states, beginning with California in 2004, to establish legislatively mandated minimum nurse-to-patient ratios; in California, acute medical–surgical inpatient units may assign no more than five patients to each registered nurse.

Nurse Education
Nurse Education consists of the theoretical and practical training provided to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. This education is provided to nursing students by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who have qualified or experienced for educational tasks. Most countries offer nurse education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas including mental health nursing, pediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Courses leading to autonomous registration as a nurse typically last four years. Nurse education also provides post-qualification courses in specialist subjects within nursing.

Cancer Care & Oncology
Nursing oncology nurse is a specialized nurse who cares for cancer patients. These nurses require advanced certifications and clinical experiences in oncology further than the typical baccalaureate nursing program provides. Oncology nursing care can defined as meeting the various needs of oncology patients during the time of their disease including appropriate screenings and other preventative practices, symptom management, care to retain as much normal functioning as possible, and supportive measures upon end of life. 

Occupational Health Nursing
Occupational health nursing is a specialty nursing practice that provides for and delivers health and safety programs and services to workers, worker populations, and community groups. The practice focuses on promotion, maintenance and restoration of health, prevention of illness and injury, and protection from work Related and environmental hazards. Occupational health nurses (OHNs) aim to combine knowledge of health and business to balance safe and healthful work environments and a "healthy" bottom line.

Forensic Nursing Science
Forensic nursing is defined as the application of the nursing process to public or legal proceedings, and the application of forensic health care in the scientific investigation of trauma and/or death related to abuse, violence, criminal activity, liability, and accidents. Before there was a specialty recognized as forensic nursing, the term used was clinical forensic medicine. This term describes the use of clinical practices to support judicial proceedings to protect a victim, usually after death has occurred. It was not until the late 20th century that medical professionals wanted more collaboration between the medical and legal systems. In the United States this problem began to be addressed. A strong advocate for the forensic nursing specialty in United States was Virginia Lynch. She pushed to have the specialty recognized and helped to form programs in the U.S. for proper education. In the 1980s articles were being written about how the important evidence needed to build a legal case was not being preserved during the treatment of a victim. From there began an explanation of the nurse’s role in not just forensic medicine but also the criminal justice system when dealing with a victim of violence. Most nurses practice with the holistic framework of body, mind and spirit. With forensic nursing established, the role of a nurse was altered to also include the law. There has been an establishment of this specialty but it was not created to have nurses become investigators. Their goal is to work with a possible victim and make sure the proper medical but also forensic tasks are accomplished. The forensic evidence is then passed on to the criminal justice system for proper investigation. This specialty has started to be recognized worldwide and is helping to promote an international focus on violence. The nurses are becoming vital resources for the healthy relationship needed between the health and justice systems. 

Surgical Nursing
A surgical nurse, also referred to as a theatre nurse or scrub nurse, specializes in preoperative care, providing care to patients before, during and after surgery. To become a theatre nurse, Registered Nurses or Enrolled Nurses must complete extra training. There are different specialty areas that theatre nurses can focus in depending on which areas they are interested in. There are many different phases during surgery where the theatre nurse is needed to support and assist the patient, surgeons, surgical technicians, nurse anesthetists and nurse practitioners. Pre-operative, the nurse must help to prepare the patient and operating room for the surgery. During the surgery, they assist the anesthetist and surgeons when they are needed. The last phase is post-operative, enduring that the patients are provided with suitable care and treatments. People who want to become surgical nurses attend nursing school and specialize in surgical nursing. They are often required to pass examinations administered by the government or by nursing certification boards before being allowed to work as nurses, and they may also be expected to attend periodic continuing education classes so that they keep up with developments in the nursing field. 

Holistic Nursing
Holistic nursing combines standard nursing interventions with various modalities that are focused on treating the patient in totality. Alternative therapies can include stress management, aroma therapy, and therapeutic touch. The combination of interventions allows the patient to heal in mind, body, and spirit by focusing on the patient's emotions, spirituality, and cultural identity as much as the illness. The six steps of the holistic caring process occur simultaneously, including assessment, diagnosis, outcomes, and therapeutic plan of care, implementation, and evaluation. The holistic assessment of the patient can include spiritual, transpersonal, and energy-field assessments in combination with the standard assessments, such as physical and emotional assessments. The therapeutic plan of care in holistic nursing includes a highly individualized and unique plan for each patient. Holistic nurses recognize that the plan of care will change based on the individual patient, and therefore, embrace healing as a process that is always changing and adapting to the individual's personal healing journey. Therapies utilized by holistic nurses include stress management techniques and alternative or complementary practices such as reek and guided imagery. These therapy modalities are focused on empowering individual to reduce stress levels and elicit a relaxation response in order to promote healing and well-being. 

Emergency Care Nursing
Emergency nursing is a specialty within the field of professional nursing focusing on the care of patients who require prompt medical attention to avoid long-term disability or death. In addition to addressing "true emergencies," emergency nurses increasingly care for people who are unwilling or unable to get primary medical care elsewhere and come to emergency departments for help. In fact, only a small percentage of emergency department (ED) patients have emergency conditions such as a stroke, heart attack or major trauma. Emergency nurses also tend to patients with acute alcohol and/or drug intoxication, psychiatric and behavioral problems and those who have been raped. Emergency nurses are most frequently employed in hospital emergency departments, although they may also work in urgent care centers, sports arenas, and on medical transport aircraft and ground ambulances. 

Midwifery and Nursing
A midwife is a professional in midwifery. Their education and training equips them to recognize the variations of normal progress of labor, and understand how to deal with deviations from normal. They may intervene in high risk situations such as breech births, twin births and births where the baby is in a posterior position, using non-invasive techniques. When a pregnant woman requires care beyond the midwife's scope of practice, they refer women to obstetricians or primatologists, who are medical specialists in complications related to pregnancy and birth, including surgical and instrumental deliveries. In many parts of the world, these professions work in tandem to provide care to childbearing women. In others, only the midwife is available to provide care, and in yet other countries many women elect to utilize obstetricians primarily over midwives. Many developing countries are investing money and training for midwives, sometimes by up skilling those women already practicing as traditional birth attendants. Some primary care services are currently lacking due to the shortage of money being funded for these resources. 

Pain Management Nursing
Pain management, pain medicine, pain control or alligator, is a branch of medicine employing an interdisciplinary approach for easing the suffering and improving the quality of life of those living with chronic pain. The typical pain management team includes medical practitioners, pharmacists, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, nurses. The team may also include other mental health specialists and massage therapists. Pain sometimes resolves promptly once the underlying trauma or pathology has healed, and is treated by one practitioner, with drugs such as analgesics and (occasionally) anxiolytics. Effective management of chronic (long-term) pain, however, frequently requires the coordinated efforts of the management team. Medicine treats injury and pathology to support and speed healing; and treats distressing symptoms such as pain to relieve suffering during treatment and healing. When a painful injury or pathology is resistant to treatment and persists, when pain persists after the injury or pathology has healed, and when medical science cannot identify the cause of pain, the task of medicine is to relieve suffering. Treatment approaches to chronic pain include pharmacological measures, such as analgesics, antidepressants and anticonvulsants, interventional procedures, physical therapy, physical exercise, application of ice and/or heat, and psychological measures, such as biofeedback and cognitive behavioral therapy. 

Cardiac Nursing
Cardiac nursing is a nursing specialty that works with patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system. Cardiac nurses help treat conditions such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction and cardiac dysrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist. Cardiac nurses perform postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. Cardiac nurses must have Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification. In addition, cardiac nurses must possess specialized skills including electrocardiogram monitoring, defibrillation, and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip. Cardiac nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units (CCU), cardiac catheterization, intensive care units (ICU), operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation centers, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards. 

Critical Care Nursing 
Critical care nursing is the field of nursing with a focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients following extensive injury, surgery or life threatening diseases. Critical care nurses can be found working in a wide variety of environments and specialties, such as general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, burns unit, pediatrics and some trauma center emergency departments. These specialists generally take care of critically ill patients who require mechanical ventilation by way of endotracheal intubation and/or treatable vasoactive intravenous medications. 

Obstetrical Nursing
Obstetrical nursing, also called perinatal nursing, is a nursing specialty that works with patients who are attempting to become pregnant, are currently pregnant, or have recently delivered. Obstetrical nurses help provide prenatal care and testing, care of patients experiencing pregnancy complications, care during labor and delivery, and care of patients following delivery. Obstetrical nurses work closely with obstetricians, midwives, and nurse practitioners. They also provide supervision of patient care technicians and surgical technologists. Obstetrical nurses perform postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. Obstetrical nurses are required to possess specialized skills such as electronic fetal monitoring, nonstress tests, neonatal resuscitation, and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip. Obstetrical nurses are also expected to be detailed and organized because they usually have more than one patient to deal with at a time. Their mental and physical strength is important because the nurses work long hours usually standing and also have to be able to perform tasks expertly. Nurses should be emotionally stable because they will have to cope with emergencies and loss. Lastly, they need to have critical thinking skills because the patient's health could change in an instant and they have to be ready to know what to do quickly and accurately. Obstetrical nurses work in many different environments such as medical offices, prenatal clinics, labor & delivery units, antepartum units, postpartum units, operating theatres, and clinical research. 

Healthcare and Opioid Crisis
Every day more than 130 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids and it overdoses increased 30 % from July 2016 through September 2017 in 52 areas in 45 states. About 21-29 % of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain misuse them. The misuses of an addiction to opioids including medicine heroin, relievers, pain, and synthetic opioids, for example, fentanyl – is a serious national crisis that affects public health as well as economic and social welfare.  The centers for disease control and prevention opioid misuse alone in the total “economic burden” of prescription opioid misuse alone in the United States is $78.5 billion a year, including the costs of addiction treatment, lost productivity, healthcare,  and criminal justice involvement.

  • Neonatal abstinence syndrome
  • Overdose-reversing drugs
  • Better practices for pain management
  • Prevention and Risk Factors
  • Treatments and Therapies

Patient safety
Patient safety is that the absence of preventable hurt to a patient throughout the method of healthcare and reduction of risk of unneeded harm related to healthcare to a suitable minimum, a suitable minimum refers to the collective notions of given current information, resources offered and also the context during which care was delivered weighed, against the danger of non-treatment or other treatment. Health care errors impact one in every ten patients around the globe the WHO calls Patient Safety an endemic concern.

  • Workforce safety
  • Health IT issues
  • Antibiotic resistance
  • Diagnostic errors
  • Personal protective equipment protocol
  • Transitions of care

Healthcare and Mental Disorders
Mental disorder also called a psychiatric disorder or mental illness. Mental health problems might be related to extreme stress due to a particular situation or arrangement of occasions. Mental disorders are often physical as well as emotional and psychological; mental illnesses may be caused by a reaction to environmental stresses. There are more than 200 classified forms of mental disorders include depression, schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder, and other psychoses, dementia, intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders including autism. Symptoms like change in personality, mood, personal and/or social withdrawal.

Healthcare and Maternal-Child Health
Improving the well-being of mothers, infants, and children is an important public health goal for the United States. Their well-being determines the health of the next generation and can help predict future public health challenges for families, communities, and the health care system. The objectives of the Maternal, Infant, and Child Health topic area address a wide range of conditions, health behaviors, and health systems indicators that affect the health, wellness, and quality of life of women, children, and families.

Pediatrics Healthcare
Pediatrics healthcare is dealing with the health and medical care of children, infants, and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. Children often suffer from gastrointestinal, respiratory and other chronic diseases because of lower immunity. Pediatrics is to reduce the child rate of deaths, control the spread of infectious disease, promote healthy lifestyles for long disease-free life and help ease the problems of adolescents and children with chronic conditions. The global market for pediatric healthcare was valued at around US$520,000 Mn, respectively in 2017 and is expected to grow 4.5-5.5% CAGR from 2018 to 2026. Rise inpatient pool and increase in government efforts to raise awareness regarding pediatric disorders and treatments have created opportunities for players operating in the market.

  • Developmental delays and disorder’s
  • Behavioral problems
  • Functional disabilities
  • Social stresses

Public Health, Infection, and Infectious Agents
Public health is the science of protecting and improving the health of people and their communities. This work is achieved by promoting healthy lifestyles, researching disease and injury prevention, and detecting, preventing and responding to infectious diseases. Public health professionals try to prevent problems from happening or recurring through implementing educational programs, recommending policies, administering services and conducting research—in contrast to clinical professionals like doctors and nurses, who focus primarily on treating individuals after they become sick or injured. Public health also works to limit health disparities. A large part of public health is promoting healthcare equity, quality, and accessibility. 

Healthcare and Environmental Health
Health-care settings include hospitals, health centers, clinics, dental surgeries, and general practitioner facilities. They provide an opportunity to educate visitors and the general population about minimizing disease transmission by providing targeted messages and a “model” safe environment. Messages can also contribute to a safe home environment, which is especially relevant to the trend towards increased home-based care in both developing and developed countries. The development and implementation of national policies, guidelines on safe practices, training and promotion of effective messages in a context of healthy medical facilities will decrease the number of infections associated with health-care settings. The international policy environment increasingly reflects the problem of health-care-associated infections. The eight United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goals1 include goals on maternal health (there are an estimated 529 000 maternal deaths per year), as well as other goals relating to major diseases and infant mortality.

For Speakers: 

  • Keep the number of slides in your Presentation to a minimum and follow the assigned slots.
  • Pleto do so by the Chair.
  • Personal laptops should not be used unless in any unavoidable conditions.
  • The Videos will not be recorded.
  • Question Sessions, thanks and acknowledgement of the speakers will take place during the session or after completion of the session, so please stay until the end of the session.

For Poster:

  • Each poster should be approximately 1x1 M in Size The title, contents, text and the author’s information should be clearly visible even from 1-2 feet.
  • Present numerical data in the form of graphs, rather than tables.
  • If data must be presented in table-form, keep it Simple to be easily understandable.
  • Visuals should be simple, clear and bold. Avoid acronyms and mathematical notations as much as possible.
  • Posters with 800-1000 words or less are perfect.
  • Avoid submitting compactly packed, highly worded- count posters.
  • Categorize your poster into subdivisions, e.g., Introduction, Methods, Results; Discussion, Conclusions, and Literature Cited.
  • Use bright colors to enhance the better visibility Besides your project, you can also include future research plans or questions.

Opportunities for Conference Attendees:

For Researchers & Faculty:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

  • Poster Presentation Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Speakers:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Companies:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients

Abstract Peer-review Process/Guidelines:

  • The Reviewing Committee of Nursing Conferences ensures high-quality peer review process for all abstracts submitted to the conference.
  • The decision of abstract acceptance will be judged by a panel of experts emphasizing whether the findings and / or conclusions are novel and make useful contributions to the field.
  • The committee operates a single / double-blind peer review process for all the abstracts submitted, where both the reviewer and the author remain anonymous.

The following are the steps that each abstract of Nursing Conferences undergoes during the process of peer review:

  • All submitted abstracts are reviewed by internal editorial team to ensure adherence to the conference scope and abstracts which have passed this initial screening are then assigned to the session chair / review committee for evaluation.
  • Once the reviews have been received, the review committee decides to accept or reject a manuscript, or to request revisions from the author in response to the reviewers’ comments. If the decision tends to be minor revision or major revision, authors will be given 14 days to resubmit the revised abstract.

Criteria to be considered for Scoring:
The abstract should be reviewed according to the following criteria:

  • Originality of concept/approach and level of innovativeness
  • Significance/impact/relevance to conference theme
  • Quality of research design/theoretical argument
  • Conclusions and interpretations of results
  • Presentation style: coherence and clarity of structure

Presenting Your Organization’s Work on a Global Stage:
As a speaker you will be presenting to a room full of senior representatives from all over the world, each providing a different perspective from the sector. Your organization’s expertise and knowledge will be showcased to key players in the field of Nursing, Health care and will be a unique platform to increase your reputation within the sector

New Places; New People:
Each time will be held at a different place, new and different people will attend. This can enlarge building collaborations and help you in developing new relationships.

Learn From Other Speakers:
As a speaker you will be provided with free access to three days of the conference and associated workshops and will be given the opportunity to hear from other senior representatives from the sector and consider problems and solutions in the field of nursing, our numerous Q&A sessions and panel discussions.

Discuss And Overcome Issues In The Field:
This conference offers unrivalled opportunities to work with other key leading experts from the Universities and Hospitals to discuss the main challenges in the sector and to come together to produce strategies to find solutions to these problems Competitive Advantage: You’ll stand out if you’re a sponsor and your major competitors aren’t. If your competitors have already decided to be sponsors, your sponsorship becomes even more important, to assert your comparative market strength and your commitment to healthy products.

Leading a Workshop:
By leading one of the renowned Workshops, you will be presented with a perfect forum for an in depth discussion and debate into a key issue. These sessions can vary in format from case-study-led debate with interactive breakout sessions to a presentation based discussion group on a topic that may need a particular in-depth focus.

The Opportunity To Collaborate and Sponsor:
While we determine our conference theme and flow, we invite our key sponsors to suggest potential speakers, Delegate and topics that might also enhance the program. That’s why it’s important to commit early to sponsorship, before the program is final.

Chairing:
To increase your presence at the event, why not chair the event, a day, or a specific session to present yourself and your organization as one the leading players in a specific topic area? As a chair, you will work closely with us and our line-up of senior level speakers to ensure an event’s success.

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Organizing Committee

Susan Deane

Susan Deane

SUNY Delhi, USA

Biography

Dr. Uqbah Iqbal

Dr. Uqbah Iqbal

Researcher at Research for Social Advancement

Biography

Udo Hennighausen

Udo Hennighausen

Private practice for ophthalmology.

Biography

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Performers

Sabina Krupa

Sabina Krupa

University of Rzeszow, Poland

Biography

Dorota Ozga

Dorota Ozga

University of Rzeszow, Poland

Biography

Susan Malkemes

Susan Malkemes

Wilkes-University, USA

Biography

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SPEAKER REGISTRATION
$649

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Opportunity to give a Keynote/ Plenary/ Poster Presentations/ Workshop
  • Opportunity to publish your Abstract in any of our esteemed Journals & in the Conference Proceedings Book
  • Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Handbook & Conference Kit

DELEGATE REGISTRATION
$549

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Can meet the Experts of your Area of expertise arriving from 22+ different Countries
  • Participation Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Delegates are not allowed to present their papers in Oral or Poster sessions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit

STUDENT REGISTRATION
$449

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Opportunity to give an Oral/ Poster Presentation
  • Opportunity to publish your Abstract in any of our esteemed Journals & in the Conference
  • Proceedings Book
  • Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Handbook & Conference Kit

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