The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Nursing is outlined as the noble profession of protective, promoting, optimizing the health, preventing health problem and injury, facilitating healing, alleviate suffering through the designation and treatment of human response. Another vital part of medical care is that the scope of patient education and training. Nurses watch out of patients, render clinical application and add teams forming the personal healthcare team to help patients in learning a way to manage their own health. Their activities embrace addressing topics as healthy mode selections, handling a designation, or understanding warning signs and symptoms of rising issues with emotional intelligence. The role of each and every nurse varies relying on the work environment setting and therefore on the variety of patients.
- Track 1-1Introduction to Nursing
- Track 1-2Types of Nursing
- Track 1-3Scope of Nursing
- Track 1-4Nursing care
Nursing is service to individual, families and to the society. It is based upon arts and science which molds the attitude, intellectual competence, critical thinking ability and evidence-based teaching skills of the individual nurse, to help people to meet their health needs in medical direction. Nursing in a social institution is, when an organized group of people works together towards a common goal directly concerned with the welfare of the people.
- Track 2-1Nursing education
- Track 2-2Educating a Patient
- Track 2-3Long Term Care facility
- Track 2-4Trends in Nursing Education
Acute care is a branch of secondary health care where a patient receives short-term treatment for a severe injury or episode of illness, an urgent medical condition, or during recovery from surgery. Typical duties may include treatment after a surgery or for a chronic illness.
- Track 3-1Skills of acute care nurse
- Track 3-2Acute care Nursing assistant
- Track 3-3Ambulatory care
- Track 3-4Importance of acute care
Primary health care is considered to be the first level of medical care. It refers to the care that patients receive for minor illnesses and injuries, as well as for preventive medical procedures. In most of the cases, patients will use the services of the same doctors and nurses for their primary health issues.
- Track 4-1Introduction to Primary Care
- Track 4-2Role of Primary care nurses
- Track 4-3Contribution of Primary care nurses
- Track 4-4Model of primary care nursing
Cardiovascular nurses take care of people with heart disease and interact with their patients’ families. They keep monitoring and treating acutely ill patients. They also focus on cardiac rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is the way of helping patients to make a change in lifestyle in order to prevent the worsening of their disease. Most of the cardiovascular clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) work in hospitals. They take care of the critically ill patients and those recovering from cardiac treatments such as bypass, angioplasty or pacemaker surgery. Cardiovascular nurses may also work at patient’s home to help them recover. Critical care/ Intensive care nurses also work with children and adults of all ages, although heart disease generally affects older people. They may also work as part of a team under the direction of a cardiologist.
- Track 5-1Unstable angina
- Track 5-2Cardiomyopathy
- Track 5-3Congestive Heart failure
- Track 5-4Defibrillation
Adult nursing professionals play leadership role as the primary health care providers. They promote constructive health practices and disease prevention methods which begin in early adulthood and continues throughout the ageing process. Adult nurse practitioners are trained in such a way that they apply nursing theory in all their clinical practices. An adult nurse practitioner will treat both acute and chronic illness, and can specialize in specific areas, such as diabetes or HIV/AIDS. An adult nurse practitioner usually works within a hospital, but there are opportunities available in the wide areas of health care settings such as adult day health care.
- Track 6-1Role of adult health nurses
- Track 6-2Health issues in early adulthood
- Track 6-3Obesity in adults
- Track 6-4Top health risks for young adults
Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) provide preventative and acute care in all settings to children and adolescents. They perform physical exams, diagnose illness and injury, and provide education and support to patients’ families. Most often they work in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) with pediatricians and other health care providers once Pediatric nurse education and training has been given. Neonatal nurse specialists focus and care mainly for the newborn infants. They may take care for healthy infants, provide focused care for premature or ill newborns, or work exclusively with seriously ill newborns in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
- Track 7-1Neonatal Intensive Care
- Track 7-2Disabled Child Care
- Track 7-3Postpartum Depression
- Track 7-4Genetic Abnormalities
Oncology nurses are involved in providing care and supervising cancer patients who are either chronically or critically ill. Oncology nurse practitioners keep monitoring their patients’ physical conditions and prescribe regular medication in order to formulate symptom management strategies. These caring individuals are often bound to suffering and death yet many of them thrive because of the deep and ongoing relationships they develop with their patients. Since cancer can happen to virtually anyone, oncology nurses work with children and adults of all ages.
- Track 8-1Diagnosing Cancer
- Track 8-2Surgical Oncology
- Track 8-3Chemotherapy
- Track 8-4Radiation Oncology
Public health nurses tend to devote themselves to the health and well-being of the communities they serve. They educate them in beneficial health practices and disease prevention. They also identify common health problems in the community while treating patients, in order to create intervention plans to prevent the health problems and safety issues they discover. Promoting prevention over treatment is the main motto of a Public health nurse. By correcting poor health practices and maintaining a safe home or work environment risks to patients’ health can be reduced. The grail of a public health nursing is to educate patients through community-based intervention programs to identify and correct multiple health issues.
- Track 9-1Improper diet
- Track 9-2Infectious and sexually transmitted diseases
- Track 9-3Social violence & Substance abuse
- Track 9-4Teen pregnancy
Nurse practitioner is a nurse possessing a graduate degree in advanced practice nursing. This type of provider can be referred to as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. The NP is allowed to provide a broad range of health care services, which may include midwifery and anesthetist.
- Track 10-1Role of a Nurse Practitioner
- Track 10-2General Nurse Practitioner
- Track 10-3Gerontological NP
- Track 10-4Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
- Track 10-5Family Nurse Practitioner
Disaster nursing can be defined as the adaptation of professional nursing knowledge, skills and attitude in recognizing and meeting the nursing, health and emotional needs of disaster victims. The overall goal of disaster nursing is to achieve the best possible level of health for the people and the community involved in the disaster. They should meet the immediate basic survival needs of populations affected by disasters (water, food, shelter, and security).
- Track 11-1Disaster Response
- Track 11-2Pre-Hospital care
- Track 11-3Emergency Care
- Track 11-4Goal of Disaster Nursing
Forming the main backbone of the surgical team, the surgical nurses are trained to be experts in peri and post- operative care procedures. They work in dynamic and challenging environments with key roles in life saving surgical procedures and surrounding care. Sometimes even called as Surgical or an Operating Room Nurse, they will be responsible for educating patients on procedures prior to surgery, adjusting treatment plans, and teaching patients about post-operative self-care. Doctors usually rely on these dedicated professionals who touch countless lives and bring about positive developments by enhancing improvements in the health and welfare of patients and their families. Though it may sound stressful at times, it is ultimately rewarding.
- Track 12-1Types of Surgical Nurses
- Track 12-2Perioperative (Surgical) Nursing
- Track 12-3Recent Advancements in Surgical Nursing
Parish nursing is the integration of the practice of nursing with the beliefs of a religious community. A parish nurse is a registered nurse specialist who encourages physical and spiritual health and wholeness by developing and conducting programs within faith communities. Their main focus is on wellness and disease prevention thereby enabling health promotion.
- Track 13-1Health education and teaching
- Track 13-2Personal health counseling for faith community members
- Track 13-3Coordinating with community health resources and acting as a church liaison
Psychiatric and mental health nurses’ work with individuals and families who have psychiatric problems and mental disorders, such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis or dementia. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing is gaining importance in the current scenario due to the circumstances and demand in the medical field.
- Track 14-1Assessing mental health needs
- Track 14-2Issues in mental health nursing
- Track 14-3Managing the therapeutic environment
- Track 14-4Psychiatric medication
The healthcare system recognizes that patient education is crucial to recovery and reduces costly readmissions to hospitals, the role of nurses continues to expand. Nurses are now responsible for following up with patients to provide greater resources to those with chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. By working with the patients to monitor their conditions, nurses play a role well beyond the hospital. Care coordination fits well with many nurses’ interest in bedside care and their focus on the whole patient rather than an episodic problem.
- Track 15-1Preventing a disease
- Track 15-2Diagnosing a disease
- Track 15-3Treating a disease
- Track 15-4Types of healthcare services
Applied Nursing Research covers such areas as pain management, patient education, discharge planning, nursing diagnosis, job stress in nursing, nursing influence on length of hospital stay, and nurse/physician collaboration
- Track 16-1Basic types of pain
- Track 16-2Benefits of patient education
- Track 16-3Benefits of patient education
- Track 16-4Viable ways to improve patient care
Continuing nursing education is considered as nursing education attained after basic RN or EN training. Conversion degree studies and specialty programs are also regarded as CNE since they are undertaken after the basic qualification. CNE is basically a professional responsibility. Every nurse is personally responsible for upkeeping professional practice. It is also in line with the world trend for professional quality and perhaps re-licensing purpose, apart from its contribution to personal growth and career development. Nurses health insurance is a good scheme which shows proper concern for the nurses. Different nursing degrees are now available which helps in exploring the larger areas of nursing.
- Track 17-1Scope of Nursing education
- Track 17-2Nursing research
Midwives are well suited, trained health professional to provide prenatal care during labor and birth and care after birth. They have additional training and credentials for childbirth education, breastfeeding consultation, and/or doula care. Midwives deliver babies at the hospitals or home depending on the customer’s expectation and severity of the pregnant women. Apart from providing care to women during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period, they may also provide primary care related to reproductive health, including annual gynecological tests, family planning, and menopausal care. They are specialists in pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, and well-woman health care.
- Track 18-1Antenatal Care
- Track 18-2Midwifery Care
- Track 18-3Models of Maternity Care
Medicine is the science and practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Medicine encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness. Contemporary medicine applies biomedical sciences, biomedical research, genetics, and medical technology to diagnose, treat, and prevent injury and disease, typically through pharmaceuticals or surgery, but also through therapies as diverse as psychotherapy, external splints and traction, medical devices, biologics, and ionizing radiation, amongst others.
- Track 19-1Subdisciplines of internal medicine
- Track 19-2Telemedicine
- Track 19-3Importance of telemedicine
The healthcare field becomes increasingly complex and specialized demanding more and more nurses thereby rewarding nursing careers beyond the traditional hospital setting. If one has a fascination with cutting-edge medicine, these Nursing programs, are opening doors—and paychecks—to the savvy nurse.
- Track 20-1Travel Nursing Careers
- Track 20-2Holistic Nursing Careers
- Track 20-3Military Nursing Careers
- Track 20-4Forensic Nursing Careers
Geriatric nursing is the strong point of nursing identifying with more settled adults. Gerontological therapeutic overseers function as a group with more prepared adults, their families, and gatherings to reinforce sound developing, most noteworthy working, and individual fulfilment. The term gerontological nursing, which supplanted the term geriatric nursing in the 1970s, is viewed as being more relentless with the distinguishing strength more broad focus on prosperity and well-being, despite sickness. Gerontological nursing is basic to meet the prosperity needs of a developing people. Due to longer future and declining readiness rates, the degree of the masses that is seen as old is growing. Near to 2000 and 2050, the number of people on the planet who are over age 60 is expected to increase from 605 million to 2 billion. In 2010, seniors (developed 65 and more prepared) made up 13% of the people of the US. By 2050, it degrees will addition to 21%.
- Track 21-1Physiological Changes in Ageing
- Track 21-2Mental Disorders
- Track 21-3Common Age Related Disorders