Speaker Guidelines

Scientific sessions

Nursing Conference 2021 invites speakers to submit abstract on the following sessions but not limited to

Nursing Research & Education | Submit

The Division of Nursing Research and Education organizes its research around three major themes: quality of life, symptom management, and communication. Studies at this division range from diagnosis and treatment to survivorship and end-of-life care, and each investigation provides valuable insights concerning cancer control and population science.

  • Symptom management
  • Hematologic disorders
  • Effective communication between patients, family caregivers, and healthcare professionals
  • Educational Conferences
  • Educational opportunities

Nursing Practice & Management | Submit

The practice of nursing is directed by standards and definitions established by leaders of nursing in professional associations and to some extent by executive agencies such as the Public Health Service's Bureau of Health Professions. Systematic outlines for the practice of nursing also guide nurses in actual nursing performance.

Main Principle of Nursing Practice

*Nurses and nursing staff treat everyone in their care with dignity and humanity – they understand their specific needs, show concern and sensitivity, and deliver care in a way that respects all people equally.

  • Self-leadership strategies
  • Nurse's educational preparation
  • Collaborative practice
  • Patient safety, patient needs
  • Policies and evidence

Risk Factors & Patient Safety | Submit

Patient Safety is a health care discipline that emerged with the evolving complexity in health care systems and the resulting rise of patient harm in health care facilities. It aims to stop and decrease risks, errors and harm that occur to patients during provision of health care. A cornerstone of the discipline is continuous improvement based on learning from errors and adverse events.

  • Behavioural risk factors
  • Physiological risk factors
  • Demographic risk factors
  • Environmental risk factors
  • Genetic risk factors

Anesthesiology & Intensive Care Medicine | Submit

Anesthesiology is the medical speciality concerned with the total perioperative care of patients before, during and after surgery.

Intensive care medicine, or critical care medicine, is a medical speciality concerned with the diagnosis and management of critically ill patients who have, are at risk of having, or are recovering from conditions that could result in life-threatening organ failure.

  • Life-threatening
  • Surgery
  • Critical care physician
  • Life support
  • Multi-organ failure

Transcultural Nursing | Submit

Transcultural nursing is a distinct nursing specialty which focuses on global cultures and comparative cultural caring, health, and nursing phenomena. The transcultural nurse looks to respond to the imperative for developing a global perspective within the nursing field in an increasingly globalized world of interdependent and interconnected nations and individuals.

  • Culturally sensitive care to patients
  • Cultural caring, health
  • Healthcare values, beliefs, and customs
  • Illness, healing, disease, and deaths
  • Clinics and hospitals

Evidence based Nursing | Submit

This section concerns all aspects of evidence-based knowledge to inform and transform nursing practice in all settings, and includes original research studies, systematic or integrative reviews, meta-analyses reporting advances relevant to best nursing practice.

  • Infection Control
  • Oxygen Use in Patients with COPD
  • Measuring Blood Pressure
  • Patient’s status

Nursing Leadership & Management | Submit

A good nurse leader is someone who can inspire others to work together in pursuit of a common goal, such as enhanced patient care.

An effective leader has a distinctive set of personal qualities: integrity, courage, initiative and an ability to handle stress. This individual is often admired in their efforts to think critically, set goals and skillfully communicate and collaborate.

The first consideration when it comes to nursing management is what it entails. Managerial nurses must not only be able to play a leading role in making vital decisions in patient care, but are also expected to carry out defined duties to support the wider nursing team.

  • Self-management
  • Staff management
  • Staff supervision and coaching
  • Case management
  • Treatment planning
  • Conflict resolution

Occupational Health Nursing | Submit

It involves identifying and controlling workplace hazards. Professionals in this field work to make sure that workplaces stay safe and employees stay healthy. Occupational health nurses attempt to prevent injuries and illnesses related to workplaces and care for employees that have gotten hurt or ill.

  • Developing business health
  • Safety programs
  • Observing workers
  • Environmental health planning
  • Emergency Care

Geriatric Nursing | Submit

Geriatric nurses focus on the elderly population. Professionals need extensive knowledge of common health conditions among the elderly, such as dementia and osteoporosis. These nurses serve important roles due to the unique health needs of the elderly. Geriatric nurses must handle elderly citizens with more care than average adults since their bodies are more fragile. An illness that a young adult would recover from could be catastrophic for an elderly patient.

  • Mental and physical needs of the elderly
  • provide safety, independence, and security to the patient
  • Pressure Ulcers & Skin Tears
  • Oral Healthcare

Community Health Nursing | Submit

In partnership with their local communities, nurses in public health work to prevent illness and support health across the lifespan by identifying barriers to healthy lifestyles and general wellness. They work with families and communities to empower individuals accessing care to change unhealthy lifestyles and provide post-acute care to people in their homes.

  • Social model of health
  • Simplify the health systems
  • Aboriginal health workers
  • Allied health 
  • Hospital services

Neonatal Nursing | Submit

Neonatal nursing is a subspecialty of nursing that works with newborn infants born with a variety of problems ranging from prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems.

  • Women's Health Issues
  • Child Health
  • Breast Cancer
  • Health and Development
  • Pediatrics Research

Ob-Gyn Nursing and Midwife | Submit

Obstetrics and gynecology nursing can be exciting and rewarding. Obstetrics and gynecology nurses are also known as OB nurses, OB GYNs, and perinatal nurses. These professionals work with women during pregnancy, labor, and childbirth, and provide postpartum care.

Importance of the obstetrics and gynecology nursing

*Equip the nurse with the knowledge and understanding of the Anatomy and physiology of reproductive organ be able to apply it in practice

*With a good knowledge of obstetric drugs including, the effect of diseases their Complications and know how to deal with them.

*Select high risk cases for hospital delivery and provide health education.

  • Volatile months of pregnancy
  • Postpartum care
  • Low-risk pregnancies
  • Certified midwives
  • Healthy women

Holistic Nursing | Submit

Holistic nursing is the practice of "healing the whole person." This means that nurses should consider a patient's body, mind, spirit, culture, socioeconomic background and environment when delivering care. The AHNA endorses the holistic approach for all nursing practices.

  • Healing the whole person
  • Patient's body
  • Patient mind,
  • Patient spirit
  • Interact with all patients

Pediatric Nursing | Submit

Pediatric nursing is the medical care of neonates and children up to adolescence, usually in an in-patient hospital or day-clinic.

Pediatric nurses provide comfort and security to children. They work with families from the moment a child is born well into the teenage years.

  • Child care
  • Child psychology
  • Child’s well-being
  • Pediatric Nurse Week
  • Pediatric Primary Care

Oncology Nursing & Cancer Care | Submit

An oncology nurse is a focused nurse who cares for cancer patients. Oncology nurses have to manage the symptoms of a patient's disease as well as the side effects of various treatments for cancer. They monitor, recommend medication, and administer chemotherapy and other therapies.

They are supporter for those who need more help and support, and often facilitate communication between the rest of the medical team and caregivers.

  • Exercise Oncology
  • Cancer Immunotherapy & Vaccines
  • Cell Signaling & Regulation
  • Cell-Based Therapy
  • Computational Oncology

Men in Nursing | Submit

Male nurses are afforded all the same routes and specializations as female nurses. They can become specialized nursing assistants, licensed practical nurses, RN’s, nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners and more.

Popular specialties for men in the profession are serious care nursing, emergency nursing and medical/surgical nursing. Male nurses are also having noticeable roles in hospital and clinic leadership positions

  • Nursing program
  • Female-to-male ratio
  • emergency nursing
  • Critical care nursing
  • Medical/surgical nursing

Pain Management/Palliative Care | Submit

Pain management should be a priority of care for every patient, with freedom from pain as a basic human right.

Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychosocial and spiritual.

  • Relief from pain
  • Affirms life
  • Social distress
  • Children care

Critical Care & Emergency Nursing | Submit

The specialized care of patients whose conditions are life-threatening and who require comprehensive care and constant monitoring, usually in intensive care units. Also known as intensive care and Emergency nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who help to provide care to patients in urgent medical situations.

  • Emergency rooms
  • Record patients' symptoms
  • Help doctors with medical procedures
  • Administer medication
  • Think and act quickly in urgent situations

Acute & Ambulatory Care Nursing | Submit

Ambulatory care nursing is a specialty practice area that is characterized by nurses responding rapidly to high volumes of patients in a short span of time while dealing with issues that are not always predictable.

  • Wellness or functional goals
  • Patient expectations
  • Patient population served
  • Accident and emergency
  • Emergency nurses

Ethics and Laws of Caring | Submit

The ethics of care is a normative ethical theory that holds that moral action centers on interpersonal relationships and care or benevolence as a virtue.

The health law field presently exists at the precipice of enormous change. Care workers must achieve the legal suggestions that come with networked electronic health records (EHRs) and payments based on patient outcomes. Problems also arise due to patients traveling solely for specialized treatment, and growing pains attributable to newly merged and acquired health care organizations.

  • Dignity in care
  • The Dignity factors
  • Legal framework
  • Complaints
  • Abuse

Travel Nurse, Telemedicine & E – Health | Submit

Travel nurses are an important part of the health care team because they help bridge the gap between supply and demand in the field of nursing. Mandatory nurse-patient ratios have led to increased patient safety and lower patient mortality. While this is a positive finding, and more and more states are passing legislation to implement staffing ratios, there are not enough nurses to fill the openings. Travel nurses assigned those open positions help to increase patient safety and improve patient outcomes.

Telemedicine allows health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology. The approach has been through a striking evolution in the last decade and it is becoming an increasingly important part of the healthcare infrastructure

  • Nurse-patient ratios
  • Increase patient safety
  • Improve patient outcomes
  • Telecommunications technology
  • Remote clinical services

Public Health Nursing | Submit

Public health nursing is the practice of promoting and protecting the health of populations using knowledge from nursing, social, and public health sciences.

The maintaining and restoration of health by the treatment and prevention of disease especially by trained and licensed professionals.

  • Health care needs
  • Community strengths
  • Available resources
  • Home healthcare
  • Healing herb

Nursing Informatics | Submit

Nursing informatics integrates nursing science, computer science and information science to better manage and communicate information, data and knowledge in the practice of nursing. Nursing informatics specialists facilitate data integration, information and knowledge so that they provide better support to patients, nurses and other health care providers.

  • Patient education
  • Clinical analyst
  • Informatics nurse specialist
  • Clinical informatics coordinator
  • strong communication

Applied Nursing Research | Submit

Applied Nursing Research presents original, peer-reviewed research findings clearly and directly for clinical applications in all nursing specialties.

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
  • Nurse/physician collaboration

Clinical Nursing | Submit

Clinical nursing research is a systematic inquiry into the problems encountered in nursing practice and into the modalities of patient care.

Clinical nurse researchers should strive to develop partnerships with clinical nurses.

  • Nursing education
  • Administration
  • Practice & informatics
  • Healthcare services
  • Evidence?based practice

Surgical & Perioperative Nursing | Submit

Perioperative nurses help plan, carry out, and assess treatment for patients undergoing surgery. Working in hospital surgical departments, ambulatory surgery units, clinics, or physicians’ offices, these RNs are involved in the care of patients before, during, and after surgery.

  • Surgery
  • Circulating nurse
  • Scrub nurse
  • Surgical procedures
  • Professional practice

Healthcare | Submit

Healthcare is the maintenance or improvement of health via the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in people.

Health care is delivered by health professionals in allied health fields. Physicians and physician associates are a part of these health professionals. Dentistry, midwifery, nursing, medicine, optometry, audiology, pharmacy, psychology, occupational therapy, physical therapy and other health professions are all part of health care.

  • Health fields
  • Optometry
  • Audiology
  • Pharmacy
  • Psychology
  • Occupational therapy

Psychiatry and Mental Health Practices | Submit

Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is the appointed position of a nurse that specializes in mental health, and cares for people of all ages experiencing mental illnesses or distress. These include: schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders.

  • Eating disorders
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Psychosis
  • Paranoia
  • Self-harm

Registered Nurse | Submit

A registered nurse assists doctors and other nurses in providing critical care to patients.

RNs can eventually attain leadership positions, such as the role of nurse manager. They may also go on to earn their Master of Science in nursing degree to become a nurse educator or land a coveted position in nursing administration. Additionally, RNs may choose to hone in on a nursing specialty as a way to advance in their career.

  • Emotional intelligence
  • Teamwork
  • Problem-solving
  • Critical-thinking skills

Heart & Cardiovascular Nursing | Submit

Most cardiovascular clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) work in hospitals. They care for critically ill patients, as well as those recovering from cardiac procedures such as bypass, angioplasty, or pacemaker surgery.

Cardiovascular nurses may also help patients recover at home. These critical care nurses 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.

  • Assessing and treating patients
  • Providing postoperative care
  • Monitoring stress test evaluations
  • Monitoring cardiac and vascular readings
  • Educating patients and their families

Speaker Guidelines

  • Speakers are encouraged to arrive at the venue at least an hour before their presentation is due to start. You will be given the opportunity to go through your slides in the break prior to your speech.
  • Oral sessions allow authors to present papers for discussion detailing their presenting for 20 minutes, with 5 minutes allocated for questionnaire.
  • Speakers are strongly encouraged to dress in business formals during presentations.
  • The conference secretariat will provide a letter of invitation upon request. This letter is to facilitate participant's travel and visa arrangements only.

Presentation Format

  • Technicians will assist you in pre-loading your presentation to the networked system either by their presentation in an USB flash drive/external device or authors can present using their own devices.
  • Prepare notes that highlight the salient points of your talk. Make sure your slides are readable, concise & uncluttered.
  • LCD projectors, Screens, Laser pointers and Microphones are provided.
  • Basic AV setup would be provided; slider with pointer, cordless mike, desktop mike, lapel, basic sound system.
  • Please stop when signaled by the Chair to do so.
  • Speakers who have video clips in their presentation should check the compatibility with the computer projection equipment

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstracts must be submitted on the understanding that they have not been presented elsewhere (except in the form of a thesis) and are not currently under consideration by another conference. The submitting speaker should ensure that the abstract publication has been approved by all other co-authors.
  • The abstracts must be submitted in English language (including title, abstract text, author names and affiliations).
  • Presenting author’s contact details including full mailing address, office phone number, email address and contact number
  • Name(s) of presenting author and co-authors: first name(s) or initials of first name(s), family name
  • Affiliation details of all authors: Department, institution/hospital, city, state (if relevant), country
  • The presenting author of an abstract must register for the Nursing Conference 2021.
  • Abstract must be submitted online or can be e – mailed to the organizer.
  • You will receive a confirmation when the abstract has been received. Please contact the organizer if you did not receive confirmation within 3 working days.
  • You can submit your work in any broad themes (or) other topics related to Nursing and Healthcare.
  • All the abstracts must be submitted before the deadlines provided.
  • Abstracts will be published in the relevant international journal.

Submit your abstract here