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Jawahar Jay Kalra

Jawahar Jay Kalra

University of Saskatchewan Canada

Andrew W. Gottschalk

Andrew W. Gottschalk

Director of Primary Care Sports Medicine, Ochsner Health System USA

Lori Sanderson

Lori Sanderson

Loma Linda University USA

Amer Alata UAE

Amer Alata UAE

Medical Director at Via Medica International Healthcare United Arab Emirates

Brian Littlechild  UK

Brian Littlechild UK

University of Hertfordshire UK

Gillian Hood

Gillian Hood

Queen Mary, University of London UK UK

Heather Mc Donald

Heather Mc Donald

Professor, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Yoshiko Hasebe

Yoshiko Hasebe

Nayoro City University Japan

World Holistic Nursing 2018

About Conference


We welcome all participants to join 5th World Holistic Nursing Conference which is going to be held during November 05-07, 2018 at Abu Dhabi.

5th World Holistic Nursing Conference helds brief keynote presentations, speaker talks, Exhibition, Symposia, and Workshops, with the theme ‘From Innovation to Enforcement of Advanced Techniques in Nursing’. Holistic Nursing Conference 2018 brings all the individuals at the same time who have interest in various fields of nursing like psychiatric, cancer, cardiac, critical care, adult & women health, legal, pediatric and emergency nursing, midwifery, public health, healthcare and medicine from practice, research, administration, policy and education. It is a gathering to impart education, personalize, integrative and technology enabled teaching that will lead to ethical and culturally inclusive base for practice, ensuring team and communication skills, quality and system improvements, and lifelong learning.

 

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Nursing in Health Care:- The nurses play their significant role in four different spheres of health care i.e Nursing sphere, Health Care sphere, Regional/National sphere and Global sphere. There are organizations like World Health Organization, World Bank, International Labour Organizations, United nations Populations Fund(UNFPA) in global sphere which are directly linked to health. World Bank is not a bank but actually a biggest lender and investor in health care system, poverty education, building economies, etc. In recent years, many advances have been done in health care to identify, fight and prevent more subtle abnormalities of function treatment of child wood cancer. Computer generated modelling are also used to control asthma that are used as as anti inflammatory and anti leukotriene medications immunotherapy& psycho pharmaceutical treatment.

Track 2: Cardiac Nursing:- Cardiac Nursing involves the nursing of patients who suffers from coronary artery disease or congestive heart failure or the patients who are recovering from angioplasty or bypass surgery. The nurses of this field treat and care for patients with various type of heart diseases or conditions. The cardiac nurses works closely with cardiologist and perform stress test evaluations on a regular basis. They also monitor the hearts of patients and administer heart medications. The cardiac nurses work in different units such as Coronary care units, Operating theatres, clinical research, cardiac medical wards, etc. The nurses working in cardiology must possess specialized skills in electrogram monitoring, medication administration by continuous intravenous drip and defibrillation.

Track 3: Rehabilitation Nursing:- The nurses of rehabilitation centres assist individuals with disability to adapt an altered lifestyle and provides therapeutic environment to them and for their family’s development. These nurses possess specialized knowledge and clinical skills to provide care to clients and coordinates educational, nursing care activities and holistic approach. The rehabilitation staff nurse works in inpatient and outpatient settings that are found in a range of acute to subacute rehabilitation facilities. The rehabilitation staff nurses have various responsibilities like facilitating community education regarding acceptance of people with disabilities. These nurses acts as a resource and a role model for nursing staff and students. They also participates in activities like nursing committees and professional organizations that promote the improvement of nursing care and the advancement of professional rehabilitation nursing.

Track 4: Telenursing:- Telenursing and is also called telehealth or telenursing. This type of nursing is gaining popularity due to the demand for greater access and convenience in health care. The advancement in technology has led to the interaction of nurses with the patients who reside in remote areas. In Telenursing, telemedicine or telehealth technology is used to deliver nursing care and conduct nursing practice. Now, patients can easily access their health care providers through video conferencing, instant messaging, email and other forms of technology. The major benefit of this nursing is its cost effectiveness. Other benefits associated with telemedicine are quality care, flexibility, reduce distance, save travel time and help to solve increase shortage of nurses.

Track 5: Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing :- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses (PMHN) are those that examine, assess, educate, and support patients, but do not counsel them. Such nurses possess psychiatric specialty and donot provide any medication. PMHNs help the patients in their fragile time and help them to improve their life. They also make patients calm, help them to cope and build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. The nurses need to keep balance while dealing with the patients who suffer from mental health. They have to show compassion and humanity. Psychiatric nurses have to focus on the objectives as the professional caregiver and serve the therapeutic needs of the patient.

Track 6: Pediatric Nursing :- Pediatric Nursing is the care of new borns and children upto juvenility. Pediatric nurses have to directly execute procedures and medicines to children according to prescribed nursing care plans. These type of nurses need to be specialized in handling stressful situations by having fast mobility and quick response towards them. They need to quickly diagnose the conditions and provide solution on the spot. Pediatric nurses must be particular in handling multifaceted trauma or illness cases with calmness. The goal of pediatric nurses is to foster the maximum growth and development and normalise the life of child during hospitalisation in preparation for the family home, school and community.

Track 7: Oncology Nursing:- The nurses in oncology possess cancer-specific knowledge base and clinical expertise in cancer care apart from basic nursing program. The oncology nurses need to have RN license to become oncology certified. Caring for cancer patients is a physically, mentally and emotionally demanding job. The nurses caring for cancer patients not only keep track of numerous details throughout the day but also catches medication errors, prevent falls and know instinctively that when a patient needs immediate attention. Oncology nurses also forms relationship with the patients’ family and learns about their life and family. They even provide compassion and keep their patients calm amidst difficult situation.

Track 8: Gerontological Nursing:-  Gerontological Nursing deals with the the nursing of older adults, their families and communities so as to support aging and maximum quality of life. Geriatric nursing has replaced the term gerontological nursing in 1970s and meet the needs of aging population. Geriatric nurses need to have specialized skills in patient care, treatment planning, education, mental health and rehabilitation. They become advocates, counsellors and educators for their patients. Nursing homes are established to provide 24/7 care to older adults. Gerontological nurses works in various acute care hospitals, rehabilitation, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, retirement homes, community health agencies and the patient’s home. 

Track 9: Orthopaedic Nursing:- Orthopaedic nurses provide improved quality of life to the patients who suffer from musculoskeletal injury. There are many issues related orthopaedics like hospitalization for replacement of joint or loss of bone density. Since, the healing process of such patients is very long and painful. Therefore, orthopaedic nurses manage their day-to-day tasks with minimal pain. Such nurses dedicate their nursing career in improving the lives of those people who suffers from both acute injuries and chronic conditions. The orthopaedic physicians only provide painkillers or prescribe a therapy regimen but it’s the main task of nurses to understand the needs of patients and heal their pain.

Track 10: Education and Research in Nursing:- Nursing education involves the practical training of nurses so as to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. Nursing education is also provided in the specialized areas like pediatric nursing, mental health nursing, etc. Experienced nurses provide education to the nursing students. Nursing research is an evidence-based area of practice where nurses works as researchers in universities as well as in health care settings. Nursing research provides evidence to support nursing practices.

Track 11: Nursing of Women Health and Midwifery:- Women health and midwifery nursing deals with the nursing of women who needs primary care during the child bearing years or their reproductive years. Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner provides prenatal, birth and postpartum care for women and their healthy newborns. These nurses also provide medical specialists and some primary care services for women from menarche to menopause. The Nurse-Midwifery program was established by Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies in the year 1972. This program includes innovative Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program. It provides opportunity to the students to study the health of women and midwifery practice through a strong academic program which includes advanced courses in pathophysiology, pharmacology, and health assessment.

Track 12: Disaster and Travel Nursing :- Disaster Nursing mainly deals with the adaptation of professional knowledge, attitude and skills of a nurse that helps in recognizing and meeting the health and emotional needs of disaster victims. The goal of disaster nurses is to achieve the best possible level of health for the people and the community involved in the disaster. Other goals of disaster nurses are to identify potential for next disaster, meet the basic survival needs of population in an area who are affected by a sudden calamity and promote highest achievable quality of life for survivors. Many a times, nurses have to travel to the place where calamity occurred and help those people in the crisis. Nurses have to work in less-than-ideal conditions like have to live in pop-up tents. They also have to face all the stress that come with crisis care.

Track 13: Management Skills in Nursing:- Efficient management skills are required by nurses so as to provide care to patients. Training for behaviour management skills is given to nurse assisstants which is integrated with formal staff management system. Supervision is needed in order to maintain these skills and facilitate performance on nursing units. Nurses have to be knowledgeable about the caring issues as well as the issues related to health. Nurses need to develop practical policies and become health legislators. The leadership skills of nurses can enhance the quality of patients’care. Decision making, analyzing, control, and budgeting are the managerial roles played by nurse leaders. The political ideology of health care system and policy-making process will shape nursing leadership.

Track 14: Health Conception in Nursing:- Health is the chief concept for nursing. Epistemological, logical, pragmatical, and linguistical  are the 4 principles which are used to figure out the level of maturity of health concepts. It is found that the health concept in nursing is immature and additional concept development and clarification are needed. The health need to be defined in a consistent manner with its philopshical presuppositions by nursing authorities. The health needs to be measurable, experimental based and capture the results which are sensitive to the nursing interventions. Moreover, the practice implications for the concept of health need to be conceptualized which would be possible if the nurses have consensus regarding the health.

Track 15: Advanced Health Care Transformation:- In order to boost up the revenue and reduce the costs, Big data and Analytics are providing various insights to healthcare organizations. The analytics combine the traditional reporting data with web-based and unstructured extra-enterprise data so as to help payers from becoming the victim of medical fraud. Transformative changes have occurred in healthcare because of the roles played by nurses, their education and the respect they have earned. Social and disease-type demographics of change among citizens have also led to the advancement in health care. Many changes are needed in healthcare in order to meet the needs of people suffering from chronic diseases like cancer, Type 2 diabetes, stroke, etc

Market Analysis

Market Analysis:-

The current findings of National Health Service states the current condition of junior doctors and nurses in the hospitals. They created the data by asking atleast 1500 doctors about their experience of delivering care to the patients in the stressed conditions.

According to data                                                                                                       

64%  doctors believe that patient safety has declined over the past year – 10% higher than last year

93%  experienced shortfall in staff– 9% higher than last year

 84% thinks that the workforce is demoralised – 2% higher than last year

85% cite rising demand for their service over the past year – 7% higher than last year

47% cite lower quality care over the past year – 10% higher than last year

 

Following points depicts the reason that why more medical errors are likely to occur.

  • 56% of doctors undertaking research do not have protected time for it
  • 54% of doctors undertaking leadership do not have protected time for it
  • 45% of doctors undertaking education and training do not have protected time for it

Scope and Importance:-

Conferences pertaining to nursing allows nurses to participate in an area of career and education growth that is not easily found within the structure of the workplace. Joining such conference gives opportunity to meet eminent people and learn the latest clinical information. As the diversity is growing in population so renewed efforts are required to develop interventions that address cultural differences. Moreover, there are different demands for practice, research, and education based on geographic locations—mainly in rural and urban settings. Changes are required in all the 3 aspects i.e practice, research and education. In practice, innovative, designed, evidence-based models of care for registered nurses and advanced practice registered nurses who have knowledge, leadership, and team skills to improve quality and address system change. In research, data can provide a starting base for clinical practice and expand our knowledge base in symptom science, wellness, self-management, and end-of-life as well as behavioural health, to demonstrate the value of nursing care and reduce health disparities. Hence, there is an urgent need to bring the research into practice and promote health care.

Speciality of Abu Dhabi

The capital of United Arabian Emirates is the “Land of Gazelle” called Abu Dhabi which is the largest spot that takes up 80% of the country’s landmass. This city is known for its flat and rocky terrain and for numerous islands along the coast. The distinctive feature of this city is that it possess 90% of UAE’s 100 billion barrels of oil reserves and 60% of gas reserves. Another unique characteristic of this  city that will make us visit is the convenience of hiring taxis from anywhere that are inexpensive due to low prices of petrol. By 2030, the capital of UAE will have unbeatable public transport and  heavy-light roads. Hence, be ready to visit and explore the country possessing world's largest hand-loomed carpet, the fastest rollercoaster, the highest high tea, the tower with the greatest lean, the largest cluster of cultural buildings of the 21st century and much more.

Target Audience:

  1. CEOs
  2. Directors of Association and Societies
  3. Scientists
  4. Doctors
  5. Professors
  6. Nursing Lecturers
  7. Nurses
  8. Nurse Practioners
  9. Health Care Professionals
  10. Researchers

Top Societies, Organisations and Association around the World

Hospitals, Universities and Associations in Abu Dhabi

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Past Conference Report

World Nursing 2017

The “23rd World Nursing and Healthcare Conference” (World Nursing-2017) hosted by Conference Series llc LTD during July 10-12, 2017 at Berlin, Germany with a theme “Current Challenges and Innovations in Nursing Education and Healthcare”, was a great success where eminent Keynote Speakers from various reputed institutions with their resplendent presence addressed the gathering. 

It was organized by Conference Series llc LTD and generous response was received from the Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals as well as from eminent scientists, talented researchers and young student community. Researchers and students who attended from different parts of the world made the conference one of the most successful and productive events in 2017 from Conference Series llc LTD.

The three day program witnessed thought provoking keynote and plenary presentations from experts in the field of Nursing and Healthcare, highlighting the theme, “Current Challenges and Innovations in Nursing Education and Healthcare".

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, of which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote Speakers:


• Sheri Brynard, Lettie Fouche School, South Africa

• Julie M. Pullen, Montana State University, USA

• Hyunjeong Park, Towson University, USA

• Darryl DuVall, Washington State University, USA

All the sessions were followed with great interest by a large audience. Students from various parts of the world took active participation in poster presentations. Students who presented well were awarded with Best Poster Presentations for their outstanding contribution in the field of Nursing and Healthcare.

Special thanks to our Honorable Moderator, Dr. Katherine Pollard, University of the West of England, UK for her remarkable contribution towards smooth functioning at World Nursing-2017 Conference.

We are also obliged to various delegate experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of World Nursing 2017. With the unique feedback from the conference, Conference Series llc LTD would like to announce the commencement of the "5th World Holistic Nursing Conference” is going to be held during November 05-07,2018  at Abu Dhabi UAE

 

 

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Ingrid Schusterova, Pavol Jozef Safarik University, Slovakia

This Conference was one of the best and even brilliant I have ever attended. There was very nice to have a mix between theory, basic science, sharing best practices and practical recommendations. The quality of the panels was outstanding, and I think you arranged a great cross-section of topics

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Sergey Suchkov I M Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Russia

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Dominique Letourneau Créteil University School of Medicine, France.

I had a lovely time, thank you so much for inviting me to your esteemed event.

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Leesa McBroom William Jewell College, USA

I attended the conference as Keynote Speaker on April 25 -27 in Dubai. The conference was truly an international conference and I networked with presenters and attendees from several countries including Canada, Saudi Arabia, USA, UAE and Germany etc. Most of the topics were based on new research and the presentations were excellent. All accommodations were met as promised including meals, hotel and registration. The conference was well organized and all the days’ event transitioned smoothly. I’m looking forward to the next conference and can’t wait to present again

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Jawahar Jay Kalra, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

My feedback will be brief: it was a great conference, very well organized and very diversified regarding topics and speakers from around the world. The presenters were well prepared and the person who directed everyone and everything during the session did a great job! The schedule was great and gave us time to visit the city and to discuss with others. I hope this conference will have another edition!

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Brian Littlechild,University of Hertfordshire,UK

Keytopics

  • Accident Healthcare
  • Accident Nursing
  • Adolescent Health Care
  • Adolscent Nursing
  • Adult Health Nursing
  • Adult Healthcare
  • Advanced Healthcare
  • Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing
  • Advanvcement In Cancer Care
  • Breast Cancer
  • Breast Diseases
  • Breast Feeding
  • Cancer And Tumour Healthcare
  • Cardiac Healthcare
  • Cardiac Malformation
  • Cardiac Nursing
  • Cardiovascular Nursing Leadership
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Clinical Healthcare
  • Clinical Nursing
  • Community Health Care
  • Community Health Nursing
  • Community Nursing
  • Continence Nursing
  • Contracepation And Family Planning
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Critical Nursing
  • Dental Healthcare
  • Dental Nursing
  • Dermatology Nursing
  • Development Of New Nurse Orientation
  • Diabetes Nursing
  • Dialysis Registered Nurse
  • Disaster Education
  • Disaster Health Research
  • Disaster Healthcare
  • Disaster Nursing
  • Discover Healthcare
  • Discover Nursing
  • E Health Nursing
  • Emegency Healthcare
  • Emegency Nursing
  • Emergency Room Registered Nurse
  • Ethical Nursing Practice
  • Family Health Care
  • Family Medicine
  • Family Nurse Practitioner Education
  • Family Planning
  • Fertility And Infertility
  • Forensic Healthcare
  • Forensic Nursing
  • Gerontology Nurse
  • Gynaecology Healthcare
  • Gynaecology Nursing
  • Gynecologic Cancer
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics
  • Health Care
  • Health Care Management
  • Health Care Plan
  • Health Care Policy
  • Health Care Products
  • Health Care Providers
  • Health Communication Research
  • Health Information Management
  • Healthcare Education
  • Healthcare Informatics
  • Healthcare Law
  • Healthcare Leadership
  • Healthcare Management
  • Healthcare Nursing
  • Healthcare Research
  • Healthcare Retention
  • Holistic Healthcare
  • Holistic Nursing
  • Home Care Registered Nurse
  • Home Health Care
  • Human Papillomaviruses (HPV)
  • Infant Nutrition
  • Infection Control
  • Innovations In Patient Care
  • Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse
  • Intrapartum Skills
  • Keywords
  • Labor Delivery Registered Nurse
  • Legal Healthcare
  • Legal Nursing
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Long Term Health Care
  • Maternal And Child Health
  • Maternal Mortality
  • Medical Health Care
  • Menstrual Cycle
  • Menstrual Disorders
  • Mental Health Healthcare
  • Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
  • Mental Health Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Midwifery Education
  • Midwifery Health Profession
  • Midwifery Health Science
  • Midwifery Medical Specialty
  • Midwifery Nursing
  • Midwifery Nursing Practice
  • Midwifery Practice And Education
  • Midwifery Research
  • Military Healthcare
  • Military Nursing
  • Neonatal Care Healthcare
  • Neonatal Care Nursing
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Registered Nurse
  • Neonatal Nursing
  • Neonatology
  • Neoplasms
  • Nephrology Healthcare
  • Nephrology Nursing
  • Nurse Anesthetist
  • Nurse Case Manager
  • Nurse Management
  • Nurse Midwife
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Nursing Assistance
  • Nursing Education
  • Nursing Health Care
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Nursing Law
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Nursing Management
  • Nursing Practice
  • Nursing Primary Care
  • Nursing Research
  • Nursing Retention
  • Nursing Science
  • Obstetric Healthcare
  • Obstetric Nursing
  • Occupational Health Healthcare
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Online Health Care
  • Operating Room Nurse
  • Orthopaedic Healthcare
  • Orthopaedic Nursing
  • Otorhinolaryngology Nursing
  • Ovarian Cancer
  • Pain Management Healthcare
  • Pain Management Nursing
  • Pathophysiology And Therapy
  • Pediatric Health Care
  • Pediatric Healthcare
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Pediatrics
  • Perioperative Nursing
  • Physical Fitness
  • Prenatal Care
  • Preoperative Nursing
  • Primary Care
  • Primary Healthcare Epidemiology
  • Primary Healthcare Nursing
  • Problem Based Teaching And Learning
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Public Health Nursing
  • Public Policy
  • Quality Health Care
  • Radiology Healthcare
  • Radiology Nursing
  • Registered Nursing (RN)
  • Rehabilitation Healthcare
  • Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Reproductive And Sexual Health
  • Rheumatology Healthcare
  • Rheumatology Nursing
  • Rural Healthcare
  • Rural Nursing
  • School Nursing
  • Screening And Diagnosis
  • Staff Nurse
  • Surgical Healthcare
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Telemedicine And E Health
  • Toxicology Healthcare
  • Toxicology Nursing
  • Tracheostomy Care Healthcare
  • Tracheostomy Care Nursing
  • Traditional Midwifery
  • Transcultural Healthcare
  • Transcultural Nursing
  • Transitional Care Nursing
  • Trauma Healthcare
  • Trauma Nursing
  • Travel Healthcare
  • Travel Nursing
  • Urology Healthcare
  • Urology Nursing
  • Vaginal Cancer
  • Veterinary Nursing
  • Women Health Nursing
  • Women Oncology
  • Women Reproductive Cancer
  • Women's Beauty
  • Women's Health
  • Women's Health Care