Nursing Science 2019 approved 18.75 CNE credits
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
- The abstract should be no more than 250 words.
- The abstract title should be concise and clearly convey the subject of the abstract.
- All abstracts must be submitted and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication.
- The presenting author is requested to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.
- The Scientific Committee will determine whether abstracts will be accepted as oral or poster presentations, with consideration to be given to the author's preference. Abstracts will be reviewed and assigned to appropriate sessions.
- Only the abstracts of registered presenting authors will be included in the final program.
Topics for Abstract Submission
The aim of nursing education is a development of the nursing profession by giving instructions in topic areas like nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis, and nursing care planning. Generally, nursing students learn through classroom and lab instructions. Nursing education also involves clinical rotations and simulation to develop care planning and clinical reasoning. The necessity and importance of interactions with a professional group as part of the educational process is the key reason for bringing together nurses, students and other health professionals to this program.
This session dedicated to CNS, who can provide expert advice related to specific conditions or treatment pathways like pediatrics, geriatrics, emergency care and oncology. This conference is designed to enable registered nurses to build upon their clinical knowledge and experience and be prepared for advanced practice and leadership roles. The session is embedded in a strong evidence base and offers you professional and clinical skill enhancement along with the development of strong research and leadership skills.
This program is designed to educate nurses and other health care professionals with current, state-of-the-art practices in cancer care. This session will cover the emerging yield of molecular diagnosis of cancer, human trafficking and how a nurse might become involved, the effects of financial toxicity of cancer care, pain management from a whole person perspective, identify immunologic therapies in the treatment of cancer, and the lessons learned after being a nurse with cancer.
This conference focuses on the challenges Ob-Gyn nurses face daily in the care of women in the primary care setting. This conference promises to enrich the clinical knowledge and skill set of these professionals by creative solutions for a variety of women’s health, providing evidence-based approaches and obstetric issues.
Mental health nurses work in the psychiatric intensive care unit, psychiatric ward, outpatients’ unit, specialist unit dealing with eating disorders. We request you to submit abstract under this session to discuss and network on Mental Health Nursing Practice, Schizophrenia and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychiatric Healing Techniques, Motivational Interviewing and Prevention and Mental Health Promotions.
Community health or public health nurses are the area experts on health and wellness. Community nursing integrates evidence-based research with community health needs to provide care based on science and evidence. Please join this session to discuss on Disease prevention, Community education.
A gerontology nurse is a specialist who works with older adults to provide them with specialized care and a high quality of life. The session dedicated to specialist who are working with older adults across all sectors; including primary health care, the aged care sector including old age home as well as the rehabilitation.
This conference is designed to provide an update of current or emerging pediatric health care issues. The session is designed to address the Pediatric nursing and will focus on new and changing diagnosis, treatment technologies, including the challenges, discuss common concerns related to the care of children and families. and the rewards of providing nursing care to patients and their families.
Join this session to interact and learn from nationally recognized experts about strategies that case managers can use to enhance practice in this challenging health care environment. This session is dedicated to nurses and social work case managers with many years’ experience in the role of care coordination as a case manager.
This session is designed to provide cutting-edge clinical information for registered nurses and Advanced Practice nurses who care for patients with cardiovascular disease and stroke.
This session aims to discuss gender stereotypes in relation to men in nursing, barriers existing for men pursuing nursing, discuss gender discrimination cases, and explore methods used for promoting equal educational opportunities during nursing studies.