4th World Congress on

Nursing

April 16-18, 2018, Olympia Hotel, Calle Maestro Serrano, 3-5, 46120, Alboraya, Valencia, Spain.
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Scientific Future takes pleasure in conducting 4th World Congress on Nursing(Nursing-2018) conference during April 16-18, 2018, Valencia, Spain
Conference on Nursing-2018 will identify ways nurses are revolutionizing health and constructing a better care delivery system, conference will exhibit the Nobel work nurses are undertaking to drive policy changes that meets the health needs of patients. Conference on Nursing-2018 highlights Nursing Education & Research, Adult Health Nursing and Nursing Practiceand Nursing Management.
Our aim is to recognize, nursing initiatives that are revolutionizing health, influencing policy and supporting in improving the nation's health.

Call for Papers

Held Annually, the World Congress on Nursing is one of the world-leading conferences in the Nursing. Scientific Future Group is honored to host the coming World Congress on Nursing. Nursing-2018 will provide global scientists and researchers in all Nursing fields a platform to share new knowledge, new innovations in the Nursing and to envision the new market and new values created thereof for the Nursing. The Call for Papers for this conference is now open. Researchers from academia and industry are invited to submit abstracts.

Important Dates



Early Bird Registration: December 18, 2017

Submit a brief idea or abstract of your talk/presentation/symposium/workshop. Please follow the format of our Sample Template

Conference Sessions/Tracks

  • Adult Health Nursing Practice
  • Pediatric Nursing Practice
  • Palliative Care
  • Care of Patients with Chronic Disease
  • Women Health Issues and 'Family' Support
  • Midwifery Services Caring for Women, Child Health & Family Members
  • Neonatal Care: Helping Families Cope
  • Integrating Nursing Education
  • Including Families in Nursing Research
  • Providing Quality Care & Reducing Family Healthcare Costs
  • Nursing Management
  • Information Technology in Nursing
  • Nursing Practice Model Reform
  • Tele Nursing and Yoga

Organizing Committee

Event Schedule

View session wise speaker sessions below.

Note: The shedule of speakers and their order of talks are subject to changes.

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Keynote Sessions

Sessions:

Integrating Nursing Education
Including Families in Nursing Research
Providing Quality Care & Reducing Family Healthcare Costs
  • Randy Gordon and Carolyn Sipes
    Chamberlain University, USA

    Title: The Virtual Learning Lab: A Simulated Clinical Practicum Experience for Family Nurse Practitioner Students

  • Maureen Benbow
    Independent Nursing Consultant, UK

    Title: The role of the Expert Witness in the United Kingdom

  • José Fernandez de Maya
    Cardenal Herrera University, Spain

    Title: Cost analysis of fall-related injuries in two hospitals

  • Robin Kirschner
    United States

    Title: A comparison of the effect of two education strategies on National Nursing Examinations: A Quantitative Study

  • Carolyn Sipes
    Chamberlain University, USA

    Title: Nursing Informatics Research Team Model of Scholarship

  • Hana Kerzman
    Italy

    Title: A New Organizational Model for Preventing Inpatient Falls Using a Computerized Control System

  • Olivia Baorapetse
    University of Kwazulu- Natal, South Africa

    Title: Strengthening midwives clinical reasoning skills for improved health outcomes

  • Barbara L. Wilson
    University of Utah College of Nursing, USA

    Title: Lessons learned from Human Factors Engineering: Enhancing the quality and safety of nursing care

  • Lin Zhan
    University of Memphis, USA

    Title: Building a Culture of Health for Urban Children and Families

  • Rose M. Schaubhut
    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, USA

    Title: Preceptor Education: Enhancing Knowledge and Attitudes

  • Rose M. Schaubhut
    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, USA

    Title: Impact of the Cornerstone of Cultural Competence during a Disaster Cycle Education Program for Nurses: Program Results

  • Rose M. Schaubhut
    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing and University, USA

    Title: Nurses Perception of Unit Quality and Policy Involvement: An Evolution of Nursing Leadership

  • Kwan Wing Gi Sharis
    Hong Kong

    Title: Explore the effectiveness of experiential pedagogy for nursing students in pre-clinical stage: Pilot study

  • Summer Huntley-Dale
    Western Carolina University, USA

    Title: Health promoting behaviors of nursing faculty and perceived levels of stress.

  • Silingene J Ngcobo
    University of KwaZulu-Natal- School of Nursing and Public Health, South Africa

    Title: A short term descriptive evaluation of bachelor of nursing students’ perceptions about hiv/aids educational programme in Kwazulu Natal.

  • Glenda Susan Kinder
    Jefferson College of Health Science, USA

    Title: Code Nurse

  • Yin Qiuxin
    Second military medical University, China

    Title: Acknowledging the lived spatiality of accidentally injured patients during their hospital stay: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis —taking the seriously injured patients with Kunshan“8﹒2’’ major explosion as an example

  • Hicran Yıldız
    Uludag University, Turkey

    Title: Ability of nursing students on determining nursing diagnoses

  • Aylin Palloş
    Uludag University, Turkey

    Title: Student nurses' perceptions about nurses’ contribution to their clinical experience

  • Zipi Regev-Avraham
    Ziv Medical Center, Israel

    Title: Is there a relationship between lipid profile and coronary plaques as assessed by Multislice Computerized Tomography?

  • Sushila Shrestha
    Nepal

    Title: Institutional delivery and its associated factors: A cross sectional community based study in Kavre district, Nepal

  • Mohammad Javad Hosseinabadi-farahani
    University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran.

    Title: Relationship between Moral Sensitivity and Moral Intelligence in Nursing Students.

Sessions:

Adult Health Nursing Practice
Pediatric Nursing Practice
Palliative Care
Care of Patients with Chronic Disease
  • Dr Jo Gilmartin, Dr Joan Maclean and Dr Jill Edwards
    University of Leeds, UK

    Title: Body types and transformation following massive weight loss and body contouring surgery

  • María de los Ángeles Ordóñez
    Florida Atlantic University, USA

    Title: A Nurse-led Model of Care of Adults Aging with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Dementia

  • Thora Jenny Gunnarsdottir
    University of Iceland, Iceland

    Title: The perspectives of staff in Icelandic nursing homes on the use of recreational activities and complementary therapies

  • Ingibjorg Hjaltadottir
    University of Iceland, Iceland

    Title: Recreational activities in Icelandic nursing homes

  • Mary K. Hughes
    U.T. MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

    Title: Fatigue and Insomnia are Highly Prevalent with Anxiety Diagnosis in Oncology Patients

  • Henny Suzana Mediani
    Universitas Padjadjaran Indonesia, Indonesia

    Title: Indonesia Nurses Journey in Managing Post-operative Pain in Hospitalized Children: an Observational Study

  • Wu Jing
    Second military medical university, China

    Title: Acknowledging the lived spatiality of accidentally injured patients during theirhospital stay: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis —taking the seriously injured patients with Kunshan“8﹒2’’ major explosion as an example

  • Dilek KONUK SENER
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: Family-Centered Care in Pediatric Nursing in Turkey

  • Hugo Garcia da Silva Reis
    Portugal

    Title: Preventing the septic shock in an oncological patient with febrile neutropenia submitted to chemotherapy: The nurse’s responsibility

  • Sólveig Hrönn
    Hospital in Selfoss, Iceland

    Title: Residents in Icelandic nursing homes with behavioural symptoms: frequency and relation to mental impairment, depression, pain, activity and restraint use

Sessions:

Nursing Management
Information Technology in Nursing
Nursing Practice Model Reform
Tele Nursing and Yoga
  • Philip Esterhuizen
    University of Leeds, UK

    Title: Inclusive nursing leadership in the Twenty-First Century

  • Mª Carmen Gil Collados
    University Hospital of Vinalopo, Spain

    Title: Improving care at bedside - Core Health

  • Mireia Ladios Martin
    Ribera Salud, Spain

    Title: Predictive Modeling for Pressure Ulcers Incidence from Intensive Patients

  • Mandy Driffield
    University of Leeds, UK

    Title: The introduction of the Nursing Associate in the UK.

  • Carolyn Sipes
    Chamberlain University, USA

    Title: Using Nursing Informatics Competencies to Advance Reasoning and Decision Making – A Model for Competency Assessment and Training

  • Carolyn Sipes
    Chamberlain University, USA

    Title: Incorporating Project Management and Nursing Informatics Concepts into Higher Education: Planning for the 2020 Workforce

  • Soriano Ruiz, María Josefa
    University Hospital of Torrevieja, Spain

    Title: Population Health Management Program. Ribera Salud Group

  • Pirkko Kouri
    Finland

    Title: The role of nurses in developing of eHealth services

  • Barbara Ann M. Messina
    USA

    Title: - What is social media: The Ethical Challenges of Social Media and Health Care

  • Barbara Ann M. Messina
    USA

    Title:

  • Jireh Faith Abaya
    Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, Philippines

    Title: HIV/AIDS Mobile Application Learning Tool (HAMLeT): A Health Education Material for Mobile Platform

  • Ebru BAKIR
    The University of Manchester School of Health Sciences, UK

    Title: Cultural Influences on Procedural Pain Assessment in Children Without Disabilities: A Cross-Cultural Review

  • Michal Rassin
    Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, Isreal

    Title: Nurses' perception of patient rounds – between reality and desirable

  • Neriman Akansel
    Uludag University, Turkey

    Title: Difficulties experienced by nursing students in development of nursing care plans

  • Carolyn Sipes
    Chamberlain University, USA

    Title: How are Challenges in IT in nursing being met in Academia? One College of Nursing’s Model

  • Ebru OZEN BEKAR
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: Violence Against Health Care Personnel in Turkey

  • Zipi Regev-Avraham
    Ziv Medical Center, Israel

    Title: Are job demands in managerial nurse's position predicting cardiovascular diseases?

  • Nevin Utkualp
    Uludag University, Turkey

    Title: Evaluation of the hospital web sites for cancer information in city of Bursa, Turkey

  • Aysel Özdemir
    Uludag University, Turkey

    Title: Why there is a need for breast pump?

Sessions:

Posters
  • Gina Bravo
    Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

    Title: Nurses’ views on medical aid in dying for incompetent patients with dementia: A survey from Quebec, Canada

  • Aliza Ben-Zacharia
    The Mount Sinai Medical Center , USA

    Title: Palliative care/End of Life Beliefs and Knowledge among Multiple Sclerosis Experts from different countries

  • Sandy Cayo
    Rory Meyers College of Nursing , USA

    Title:

  • Tusiwe Mabel Gqaleni
    University of KwaZulu-Natal Durban, South Africa

    Title: An analysis of an adverse event reporting system as an indicator of quality nursing care in selected critical care units in one district, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

  • Taro Kano
    Gunma Prefectural College of Health Sciences, Japan

    Title:

  • Ana Mª Vega Rojas
    Reina Sofia University Hospital, Spain

    Title: Development of a diagnosis tool for colorectal cancer based on gut microbiota

  • Ana Mª Vega Rojas
    Reina Sofia University Hospital, Spain

    Title: Oxygen desaturation during the six-minute walking test and daily physical activity in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

  • Ferhan ACIKGOZ
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: The Role of Professional Leadership Group In Reducing Stigmatization

  • Ana Mª Vega Rojas
    Reina Sofia University Hospital, Spain

    Title: Assessment of nocturnal oxygen desaturation in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by Six-Minute Walk Test

  • Ana Mª Vega Rojas
    Reina Sofia University Hospital, Spain

    Title: Physical activity program and impact on new exacerbations in COPD

  • Su-Ya Huang
    Taiwan

    Title: Exploring the Teaching Self-Efficacy of Clinical Nursing Preceptors in South Taiwan

  • Maria Angelica Frongia
    Italy

    Title: The use of basic counseling skills in predialysis patients

  • Blerta Hyseni
    Albania

    Title: Correlation between objective evaluation of performance, stress and intention to leave job among nurses staff

  • Aída Ortega Velázquez
    Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, México

    Title: Nurses’ perceptions of patient safety culture in Mexican public hospitals

  • Soraia Samira Peixoto Queirós
    Brazil

    Title: Queirós SSP, Carvalho R. Passage of a nasogastric tube and probe nasoenteric with ingestion popsicles: theory and practice.

  • Roonak Shahoei
    Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences, Iran

    Title: Relationship between perineal massage during pregnancy and perineal safety during birth

Sessions:

Women Health and Family Support
Midwifery Services Caring for Women, Child Health & Family Members
Neonatal Care: Helping Families Cope
  • Balbir K. Gurm
    Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada

    Title: Participatory Action Research: Addressing Domestic Violence Using a Constructivist Framework

  • Fili SUZER OZKAN
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: Bırth Preparatıon Traınıng In Turkey

  • Aysel KARACA
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: The effect of group psychotherapy on the psychological health of infertile women

  • Dilek KONUK SENER
    Duzce University, Turkey

    Title: Family-Centered Care in Pediatric Nursing in Turkey

Contact us: USA: +1-646-828-7579, SPAIN: +0034518889990
Email: contact@congressnursing.com

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Conference Venue

Olympia Hotel, Events & Spa, Valencia, Spain.

Accommodation

The hotel is offering you a RESERVATION CODE for the attendees of the conference with the rates they offer, and the attendees could make their own reservations through hotels website.

Instructions:
  • Access to the website www.olympiahotelvalencia.com
  • Choose Arrival date and number of nights
  • Introduce the Reservation Code as "SCIENTIFIC"
  • Choose room type and add to the selection.
  • Follow the instructions to formalize the booking.
Hotel Accommodation Rates:
16th to 21st APRIL 2018
DOUBLE FOR SINGLE USE STANDARD ROOM: 57.00 EUROS
DOUBLE STANDARD ROOM : 64.00 EUROS
JUNIOR SUITE: 80.00 EUROS
Breakfast Included
VAT Included

Getting Here.

Olympia Hotel, Events & Spa

Calle Maestro Serrano, 3-5, 46120, Alboraya, Valencia.
Tel: +34 963 033 392 | Fax: +34 963 033 393
E-mail: info@olympiagrupo.com

The port city of Valencia lies on Spain's southeastern coast, where the Turia River meets the Mediterranean Sea. It's known for its City of Arts and Sciences, with futuristic structures including a planetarium, an oceanarium and an interactive museum. Valencia also has several beaches, including some within nearby Albufera Park, a wetlands reserve with a lake and walking trails.

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