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28th International Conference on Primary Healthcare and Emergency Nursing, will be organized around the theme “Empowering Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Nursing & Healthcare”
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Nursing education is the professional training that prepares nurses to provide professional nursing care to patients of all ages, at all stages of health and disease, and in a variety of environments. Nurses are being called upon to coordinate care among a variety of clinicians and community agencies to help patients manage chronic illness, thereby preventing acute care and disease progression. A more educated nursing workforce would be better equipped to meet these demands.
- Nursing Ethics
- Nursing Management
- Nursing Leadership
- Nursing Education Innovations
- Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning
Some major life transitions such as pregnancy, motherhood and menopause can create physical and emotional changes in women and also lead to stress. Infertility and perinatal loss, poverty, discrimination, violence, unemployment and isolation are the negative life experiences which can also impact on women's mental health and wellbeing. Some of the major health issue in women are:
- Uterine Fibroids
- Gynaecologic Cancer
- Interstitial Cystitis
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
- Sexual Violence
Advanced nursing refers to the specialized and expanded role of registered nurses who have acquired advanced education, knowledge, and skills beyond the basic nursing preparation. Advanced practice nurses (APNs) are at the forefront of healthcare delivery, providing comprehensive care, engaging in autonomous decision-making, and contributing to the advancement of the nursing profession. Advanced nursing practice can encompass various specialties, such as family practice, adult-gerontology, paediatrics, psychiatric-mental health, women's health, acute care, and more.
- Advanced Practice Registered Nursing (APRN)
- Advanced Nursing Education and Leadership
- Advanced Nursing Research
- Advanced Nursing Administration and Management
Healthcare informatics and technology refer to the application of information technology and data management principles in healthcare settings. It involves the use of digital tools, systems, and processes to collect, store, manage, and exchange health information for the purpose of improving patient care, enhancing healthcare delivery, and driving healthcare advancements.
- Health Information Systems and Electronic Health Records
- Clinical Decision Support Systems
- Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring
- Health Analytics and Big Data
One on-going trend in nursing is the increasing focus on patient-centred care. Nursing practice is shifting towards a more holistic approach that prioritizes the individual needs and preferences of patients. This trend emphasizes active engagement of patients and their families in care decisions, fostering open communication, and promoting shared decision-making.
Nursing is a demanding profession that exposes nurses to various risk factors that can impact their well-being. Some common risk factors include high workload, physical strain, workplace violence, and emotional stress. Heavy workloads can lead to fatigue and burnout, compromising the quality of care provided.
Critical care and emergency nursing are specialized areas of nursing that focus on providing immediate and intensive care to patients with life-threatening conditions or in critical situations. Critical care nurses are trained to provide specialized care in intensive care units (ICUs) and other critical care settings, while emergency nurses work in emergency departments, responding to emergent situations and stabilizing patients. They assess patients' vital signs, administer medications, provide respiratory support, and coordinate interdisciplinary care.
- Multidisciplinary Collaboration
- Hemodynamic Monitoring
- Advanced Life Support
- Complex Medication Administration
Artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare refers to the use of sophisticated software and algorithms to outperform human reasoning while analysing intricate medical data. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of computer algorithms to make predictions without direct human input. The ability of AI technology to collect data, process it, and provide the user with a clear result sets it apart from conventional healthcare systems. Machine learning techniques are used by AI to do this. These algorithms might be able to identify behavioural patterns and produce their own logic. Repeated testing of AI systems is necessary to reduce the margin of error.
E-Health refers to the employment of data and communication technologies in healthcare. In terms of electrical healthcare instruments, the E-Health management system employs a range of tools and philosophies in material and communication technologies to improve health care. This management incorporates E-potential Health's and prospects. Methods of data management are employed to achieve E-Health data, and the quality, performance, and accurate functionalities of health information systems are critical in data maintenance and health management.
Digital technologies increasingly affect nursing globally. Digital healthcare is cutting-edge, bridging the gap between conventional and modern healthcare. Several healthcare technologies have been created to improve the health of women. One such example is Femtech, which focuses on women's health and has been successful in reaching its aim through the acquisition of feminine disorders.
Telehealth and Telemedicine
Health Information Technology
Mobile Health (mHealth)
Health Education and Digital Tools
Cardiac nursing encompasses the specialized care provided to patients with cardiovascular diseases and conditions. Cardiac nurses play a crucial role in delivering comprehensive patient care, focusing on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and management of cardiac disorders. They closely monitor patients' cardiac status, administer medications, and provide education on lifestyle modifications, such as diet and exercise, to promote cardiovascular health.
Holistic Assessment and Monitoring
Evidence-Based Interventions and Therapies
Patient Education and Self-Management
Psychosocial Support and Patient Advocacy
Global health and international nursing are intertwined disciplines that focus on addressing health disparities and improving health outcomes on a global scale. Global health involves understanding and addressing health challenges that transcend national boundaries, considering social, economic, and political determinants of health. International nursing emphasizes providing culturally sensitive care, promoting health equity, and addressing the unique healthcare needs of diverse populations across countries and regions.
Health Inequities and Disparities
Global Health Policy and Advocacy