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6th World Holistic Nursing Conference, will be organized around the theme “From Innovation to Enforcement of Advanced Techniques in Nursing”

Holistic Nursing 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Holistic Nursing 2020

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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 the World Health Organization, World Bank, International Labour Organizations, United Nations Populations Fund(UNFPA) in the global sphere which are directly linked to health. World Bank is not a bank but actually the biggest lender and investor in the 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 modeling is also used to control asthma that is used as anti-inflammatory and anti-leukotriene medications immunotherapy& psychopharmaceutical treatment. Nurses with excellent clinical and administrative skills are in higher demand than ever

 

  • Track 1-1Nursing Leadership
  • Track 1-2Occupational Health and Safety
  • Track 1-3Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 1-4Resource Management
  • Track 2-1Occupational therapy
  • Track 2-2Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Track 2-3Physiotherapy
  • Track 2-4Rehabilitation psychology

It involves the nursing of patients who suffer 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 work closely with the 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. Cardiac nurses are traditionally employed in hospital cardiology units, cardiovascular interventional units, and cardiothoracic surgical units, the need for cardiac nurses in diagnostic, rehabilitative, and long-term care settings is also on the rise. 

 

  • Track 3-1Cardiac Nursing/ Cardiovascular Nursing
  • Track 3-2Critical care nursing
  • Track 3-3Heart disease in Woman
  • Track 3-4Cardiac Amyloidosis
  • Track 4-1General Issues in Cancer Nursing
  • Track 4-2Paediatric Cancer Nursing and care
  • Track 4-3Cancer Medical Management
  • Track 4-4Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 4-5Management of chemotherapy related toxicities
  • Track 5-1 Impact of musculoskeletal disease on locomotive syndrome
  • Track 5-2Reason of emergence of enteric stoma
  • Track 5-3Evaluating impaired tissue integrity in orthopaedic patients
  • Track 6-1Adult/children counselling
  • Track 6-2Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Track 6-3Cognitive Behaviour therapy
  • Track 6-4Multiple personality disorders
  • Track 6-5Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)
  • Track 7-1Pediatrics Healthcare
  • Track 7-2Neonatology & Perinatology
  • Track 7-3Pediatric Oncology & Radiology
  • Track 8-1Colo-rectal surgery
  • Track 8-2Surgical Oncology
  • Track 8-3Urological Surgery
  • Track 8-4Vascular Surgery
  • Track 9-1Mid-Wifery model for the care of pregnant women
  • Track 9-2Women and cardiac diseases
  • Track 9-3Cancer and women health nursing
  • Track 10-1Teleconsultation
  • Track 10-2Application of telenursing in elderly hip fracture patients
  • Track 10-3Role of communications media
  • Track 10-4Telemonitoring
  • Track 10-5Role of Telenursing in overcoming geographical barriers
  • Track 11-1Disaster education
  • Track 11-2Ethical nursing practice during disaster
  • Track 11-3Nursing in sudden onset disasters
  • Track 11-4Role of nurses in emergency disaster
  • Track 11-5Disaster health research
  • Track 12-1Associated factors of dysphagia in nursing homes
  • Track 12-2Parkinson’s disease in older patients
  • Track 12-3Attitude of nurses towards older people
  • Track 12-4Geriatric assessment and management for older adults with cancer
  • Track 12-5Strategy of determining Alzheimer’s disease at an early stage in older adults
  • Track 13-1Quantitative nursing research
  • Track 13-2Health communication research
  • Track 13-3Practice of nursing education
  • Track 13-4Evidence based education
  • Track 14-1Managing nurse retention
  • Track 14-2Development of new nurse orientation
  • Track 14-3Monitoring care of patients
  • Track 14-4Medication management quality
  • Track 14-5Health information management
  • Track 15-1Influence of nurse on health policy
  • Track 15-2Concept of nursing care
  • Track 15-3Impact of health promoting lifestyle on nursing assisstants
  • Track 15-4Role of health behaviour self-efficacy
  • Track 15-5Concept of health literacy
  • Track 16-1Building safer health care system
  • Track 16-2Role of government in influencing the health care system
  • Track 16-3Advanced medical technologies
  • Track 16-4Significance of digital health
  • Track 16-5Impact of advanced practices in nursing quality of care
  • Track 17-1Nursing Care Plan for Diabetes
  • Track 17-2Nursing implications for Diabetes