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 a science, as well as a fine art of Care. It is a complex ever changing profession with ethics, standards, and prime practices to improve your quality of care. Nurses are trained to tailor their practices and give patients care that suits their comforts and needs. The nursing practice involves core involvements with research development, implementation and analysis. Improving patient safety by improving quality in nursing care is the main component of their practices with specialized knowledge, skill, and independent decision making.
- Track 1-1Scope of practice
- Track 1-2Standards of Practice
- Track 1-3Evidence Based Practice
- Track 1-4Principles of Nursing
Each specialized sector of nursing courses will bring in specialized knowledge and skills to healthcare teams and workplaces. There are different types of Nursing like Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Practitioner (grand parented), Employed Student Nurse, and Licenced Graduate Nurse. Apart from these there are many more types of nursing specializations which can be done on a certification basis like, Cardiovascular Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Gastroenterology Nursing, Gerontological Nursing, Hospice Palliative Care Nursing, Oncology Nursing, Rehabilitation Nursing, and many more. All these are processed with a bachelor’s master’s and doctoral programs depending on the individual’s interest
- Track 2-1Different Levels of Nursing
- Track 2-2Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- Track 2-3Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Track 2-4Registered Nurse (RN)
- Track 2-5Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)
Nursing Education is a practical and theoretical training to the nurses and prepares them for their professional duties. The training and education is taught by experienced nurses and medical professional who are qualified in the respective fields. The courses range from general nursing to mental health nursing, pediatric nursing, post-operatory nursing, and many more. Various Universities offer Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorates and Diploma courses in Nursing
- Track 3-1Governance and Decision-Making
- Track 3-2Long Term Care facility
- Track 3-3Nursing Specialities
Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, illness, injuries and various physical and mental ailments in humans constitute healthcare. It is an important sector in promoting general, physical, mental health and well-being of people around the world. Healthcare is initiated by providing the primary, secondary, and tertiary care for the public health. The healthcare sectors are dedicated in providing healthcare services and products through group of trained and experienced professionals from interdisciplinary teams.
- Track 4-1Primary Health
- Track 4-2Public Health
- Track 4-3Health Care Services
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 gynaecological tests, family planning, and menopausal care. They are specialists in pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, and well-woman health care
- Track 5-1Antenatal Care
- Track 5-2Midwifery Care
- Track 5-3Models of Maternity Care
Oncology nursing is one of the most challenging and rewarding fields in nursing. Cancer nursing is all about stretching out care and services to the individual’s battling cancer from trained specialized & registered nurses and they are called as Oncology Nurses. The physical conditions, prescribe medication, chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments are monitored by these nurses. They are registered nurses with in-depth knowledge of cancer disease and its treatment side effects too. The crucial part of cancer nursing is educating the patient about the disease, alongside the management, listening to the patient’s emotional concerns and anxieties, and referring them appropriately if needed with a moral support.
- Track 6-1Oncology Nurses
- Track 6-2Chemotherapy Treatment
- Track 6-3Crucial Care
Cardiovascular Nursing is a specialized nursing field, where nurses attend individuals suffering with various problems in the cardiovascular system and heart diseases. The cardiac nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units (CCU), cardiac catheterization , intensive care units (ICU), operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation centers, Postoperative cardiac wards, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards. Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support are the certifications, the associated nurses should be certified with, and they should be registered nurses. Wide varieties of patients from children to the elderly are helped in surgical or ambulatory settings.
- Track 7-1 Coronary Care Unit
- Track 7-2Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
- Track 7-3Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Track 7-4Ambulatory Care Settings
A pediatric should have be a registered person, who successfully completed a recognized course of study and practice experience in the nursing care of infants, children and adolescents. They assess, plan and provide nursing care and needs for children who are suffering from a wide variety of conditions including diseases, illnesses and who are recovering from surgery, taking into account their medical, social, cultural and family circumstances. Being able to communicate appropriately with children, parents/guardians are their key role apart from working in conjunction with other healthcare professionals
- Track 8-1Pediatric Psychiatric Nursing
- Track 8-2Pediatric Intensive Care
- Track 8-3Neonatal-Perinatal care
- Track 8-4Pediatric Rehabilitation
Forming the main backbone of the surgical team, the surgical nurses are trained to be experts in pre 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. Even doctors rely on these dedicated professionals who touch countless lives, and who bring about positive improvements in the health and welfare of patients and their families. Though it may sound and can be stressful at times, it is ultimately rewarding.
- Track 9-1Perioperative (Surgical) Nursing
- Track 9-2Surgical Oncology Nursing
- Track 9-3Types of Surgical Nurses
- Track 9-4Recent Advances in Surgical Nursing
Dental Care Nursing provides and enables the delivery of oral care for people with an impairment or disability. Apart from the important roles of the dental nurse in organizing care, arranging access, liaison with multidisciplinary teams, supporting the patient, families and careers, follow-on care and delivering strong relevant oral health care messages, their key role will be in learning the importance of holistic, patient centered care. Registered dental nurses work as part of a dental team in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings, and are responsible for maintaining a safe working environment for both patients and staff.
- Track 10-1Dental Sedation Nursing
- Track 10-2Oral Health Education
- Track 10-3Orthodontic Nursing
- Track 10-4Special Care Dental Nursing
Clinical Nursing consists of nurses who are advanced practice registered nurses in the area of clinical expertise (pediatrics, geriatrics, women’s health, diabetes, oncology, psychiatric, rehabilitation, critical care and emergency room), holding a master’s or doctoral degree. Clinical nurse specialists may also work with research—translating research findings into patient care, evaluating research proposals, overseeing design of evidence-based practice studies, applying research results to practice, or coming up with new evidence-based standards and protocols. They work in supervisory roles and in administrative positions, and provide consulting services in their organization, while others work to improve health care systems. Apart from these, they work in management positions and may also develop or work with a team to develop policies and procedures.
- Track 11-1Clinical Nursing and Theory
- Track 11-2Clinical Nursing Research
- Track 11-3Advanced Nursing Equipment
- Track 11-4Clinical Nursing Concepts
Nutrition is a science of food and nutrients in body growth, development, maintenance, and its relationship to health. Good supplements of nutrients such as such as proteins, vitamins and minerals form rich nutritional status, which in turn enable us to grow well and enjoy good health. Carbohydrates and fat are good energy yielding foods and they contribute to metabolism and energy requirements. Consumption of nutrients for a better health is available in the form of plant and animal origin. There are body building (meat, milk, poultry, fish, eggs, pulses etc.), energy giving (cereals, sugars, fats, oils etc.) and protective foods (vegetables, fruits, milk, etc.), which supply ample amount of nutrients and health.
- Track 12-1Nursingâ€™s Role in Nutrition
- Track 12-2Practice What You Preach
- Track 12-3Nutrition Educators : Nurses
- Track 12-4Evidence-Based Goals in Nutrition
Women health nursing is a about Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP), is a nurse who is specialized in advanced education and clinical experience in women's health care. The nurses’ delivery comprehensive health care to women throughout lifespan, with an emphasis on reproductive and gynecologic health needs. A WHNP individual takes on leadership roles as primary care providers for women and provides focused care in areas like, prenatal and postpartum care, lifespan care through menopause, general wellness and preventive care, reproductive health care, etc.
- Track 13-1Midwifery Health Science
- Track 13-2Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 13-3Women Mental Health Issues
- Track 13-4Cardiac Disease and Disorders in Women
An important aspect of nurses is to get the trust and confidence of each patient in improving their quality of life. The Adult nurses care for adult patients who are suffering from a variety of health conditions, ranging from minor injuries and ailments, to acute and long-term illnesses and diseases. Promoting good health and well-being through education and awareness on certain topics such as diabetes, weight loss and quitting smoking. They will work within a multidisciplinary team but will in the main point of contact for patients, often providing the most continuity of care.
- Track 14-1Anxiety and Sleep Disorders
- Track 14-2Adult Care
- Track 14-3Adult-Gerontological Health Nursing
- Track 14-4Adult Heart Failure and Nursing Care
Holding an established code of ethics and conduct, the legal nurses play an important role in the litigation process by bridging the gap between medicine and the judicial system. Apart from within the law firms, they can also consult with a wide range of organizations including insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and other medical-related organizations. They are registered and licensed individuals who implement their expertise, experience, and specialized education to interpret research and analyses the medical-related issues relevant to a legal case or claim. Investigation plays a major role in the world of legal nurse individual.
- Track 15-1Legal Issues in Nurse Anesthesia Practice
- Track 15-2Nursing in Wellness and Holistic Health Care
- Track 15-3Philosophy of Nursing
- Track 15-4Ethical Code of Nursing
A Clinical Nurse Specialist is a specialist at diagnosing and treating ailment in their general vicinity of ability. They are nurses with advanced didactic and clinical knowledge and skills. Clinical Nurse Specialists concentrate on one of three primary claims to fame zones: patients and their families, medical attendant administration, and organization. Whatever is left of the nursing staff looks to the Clinical Nurse Specialist for direction in their practice and help with productivity in the work environment.
- Track 16-1Didactic Nursing Ability
- Track 16-2Improvement of Clinical Research
- Track 16-3Clinical Nurse Specialities
Community health nursing involves several basic concepts, including the promotion of healthy living, prevention of disease and health problems, medical treatment, rehabilitation, evaluation of community health nursing care delivery and prevention systems, and research to further community health nursing and wellness.Working as a community health nurse is an excellent way to combine a love of nursing and a love of your community. It is the job of a community health nurse to help keep these community health problems under control. They often work in community health centers offering treatment and advice to members of the community. They will also try to educate the community on and work toward preventing common health problems.Communities need these types of nurses for a number of reasons. Most importantly, these nurses – working in conjunction with other healthcare professionals – can help improve the health of a community as a whole. Community health nurses can also help provide necessary care in communities that lack easily accessible healthcare.
- Track 17-1Delivery of Community-Based Care
- Track 17-2Enhance Intrinsic Motivation
- Track 17-3Regulatory Science
- Track 17-4PHN Competencies
Veterinary nurses assist in the diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases, illnesses and injuries. They are responsible for the welfare of the animals who stay at the veterinary clinic or surgery, and usually feed, water, clean and exercise them. They will also administer drugs, conduct tests, check stock and order drugs and other veterinary supplies, and undertake other administrative and reception duties.Veterinary nurses may take and develop x-rays, collect blood samples, prepare animals for surgery, assist during surgery, or run support services such as animal weight loss clinics or dog training classes.
- Track 18-1First Line Care of Animals
- Track 18-2Ethics and Welfare
- Track 18-3Cleanliness and Hygiene
Maternal and neonatal nursing professionals provide care to expectant mothers in maternity wards and newborn infants. Neonatal and maternal nurses are registered nurses who have additional training. Maternal and neonatal nurses work with mothers and babies throughout labor and delivery. Maternal and neonatal nurses strive to make the delivery process easier and reduce the risk of death and other complications. You may also care for infants, particularly at-risk newborns, during the first few weeks of their lives. Other responsibilities include follow-up care, regular check-ups and newborn assessments.
- Track 19-1Intussusceptions
- Track 19-2Neonatal Encephalopathy
- Track 19-3Neonatal Health Services Research
- Track 19-4Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
A travel nurse is a nurse who is hired to work in a specific location for a limited amount of time. Travel nurses typically work 13 week periods in one area, and move around the country depending on where they are needed. Because the demand for nurses is so high, there are often shortages in certain areas, and a traveling nursing will be hired to come in and work in a specific position for a short amount of time. Travel nursing assignments typically range from 13 to 26 weeks in length and include a variety of different specialties.Travel Nurses are able to choose between several jobs in a variety of areas lasting for different lengths of time. This allows traveling nurses the freedom to choose where and when they work. The freedom to choose where and when you work is a great benefit that allows travel nurses the ability to take time off when they want and not be stuck at the same job day after day.
- Track 20-1Effective Communication
- Track 20-2Nature of Travel Nursing
- Track 20-3Physical and Emotional Health
- Track 20-4Cornerstone of Nursing
A mental health nurse cares for patients who are suffering from a mental illness, dysfunction or mental disorder. Not all patients that a mental health nurse treats are mentally ill though; they may be suffering from stress or emotional difficulties in their own home, in a nursing home or in hospital. Being a mental health nurse can be very rewarding, but it can be a stressful and emotionally draining job as well.
- Track 21-1Mental Disorders
- Track 21-2Positive Psychology: A new approach to mental health
- Track 21-3Evidence Based Mental Health Care
- Track 21-4Mental Health Counselling
While most nurses care for one patient at a time, public health nurses care for entire populations. By working with whole communities, public health nurses are able to educate people about health issues, improve community health and safety and increase access to care. Public health nurses believe a person’s health is affected by many factors, including genetic makeup, lifestyle and environment. Instead of waiting for patients to come to the hospital with an illness, they go into communities to try and help people improve their health and prevent disease. For people who don’t have access to care, public health nurses may also provide direct health care services, including preventive care, screening services and health education.
- Track 22-1Public Health Care Services
- Track 22-2Consumer-driven Health Care
- Track 22-3Public Protection & Medicare
- Track 22-4Social justice and the policy-making process
Critical care or ICU nursing is a specialisation of nursing which deals specifically with patients experiencing high-dependency, life –threatening conditions. There are a range of ICU specialties where critical care nurses may work including surgical, trauma, coronary, medical, paediatric, burns, cardiothoracic and high risk nurseries. Nurses in the ICU often work in conjunction with a multidisciplinary team of doctors, consultants, physiotherapists and various other specialists to ensure optimal patient care. Critical care nursing can be mentally and physically demanding with long hours (including night shifts), extensive patient handling and high-pressure conditions. Critical care nurses must be able to make sophisticated judgements quickly as patients in ICU are often unstable and can experience rapid physiological decline.
- Track 23-1Adult Intensive Care
- Track 23-2Early mobility Interventions in ICU
- Track 23-3Intensive Care Unit
- Track 23-4Care for Critically ill patients
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 24-1Disaster Response
- Track 24-2Pre Hospital care
- Track 24-3Emergency Care
- Track 24-4Goal of Disaster Nursing
The purpose of the Neuromuscular Care Stream is to provide rehabilitation to those with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and other neurological conditions that primarily affect physical functioning. The Neuromuscular Stream is staffed by a dedicated interdisciplinary team, which is committed to having patients reach their full potential, with the ultimate goal of retuning patients to home- or community-based living.
- Track 25-1Neuromuscular Disorders
- Track 25-2Pediatric neuromuscular disorders
- Track 25-3Training & Development for Neuromuscular Care
- Track 25-4Therapeutic neuromuscular care