5th World Congress on

Nursing

August 13-15, 2018, Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock, London, UK.
 
 

Scientific Future takes pleasure in conducting 5th World Congress on Nursing (Nursing-London) conference during August 13-15, 2018, London, UK.
Conference on Nursing-London 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-London highlights Nursing Education & Research, Adult Health Nursing and Nursing Practice and 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-London 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: January 02, 2018 | Conference Dates: August 13-15, 2018

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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

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Event Schedule

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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
  • Jorge F. Cameselle Teijeiro
    Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine and Surgery of Galicia, Spain

    Title: Laughter therapy and emotional intelligence in primary care

  • Sheri Howard
    University of Memphis, USA

    Title: Optimizing Observer Roles to Revolutionizing Your Simulations

  • John Michael Leger
    UTMB School of Nursing Graduate Program, USA

    Title: Exerting Capacity: How Bedside RNs Approach Patient Safety

  • Jennifer Cerar and Gloria Wood
    Moffitt Cancer Center Tampa, USA

    Title: Integral role of nursing education and coaching can enhance the quality of life (QOL) of patients with virally associated oropharyngeal (OPC) cancer

  • Ana María Hernández González
    Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

    Title: Nursing care in the appearance of pelvic floor prolapse

  • Rajni Bagga
    National Institute of Health and family Welfare, India

    Title: Nursing Leadership for Strategic Vision Development towards a sustainable health system

  • Susanna Williams
    University of Virginia, USA

    Title: Wisdom in Nursing at University of Virginia

  • Eric Griffin and Elizabeth Goncalves
    Baystate Medical Center, USA

    Title: Nursing Orientation Redesign: Lights, Camera, Action!

  • Laura Sinko
    University of Michigan School of Nursing, USA

    Title: Creating a safe healing environment for survivors of gender-based violence: Exploring survivors’ perspectives of trauma recovery

  • Rana Amiri
    Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran

    Title: Afghan refugees’ experience of Iran’s health service delivery

  • Mukadder Mollaoglu Pelin Çelik
    Cumhuriyet University Health Sciences Faculty, Turkey

    Title: Evaluatıon of emergency department nursıng servıces and patıent satısfactıon of servıce

Sessions:

Adult Health Nursing Practice
Pediatric Nursing Practice
Palliative Care
Care of Patients with Chronic Disease
  • Angela Tsiperfal

    Title: A Stanford Nurse Practitioner (NP) Run Outpatient Cardioversion Program (2009 through 2014): Safe and Effective

  • Diane Guay
    Sherbrooke University, Canada

    Title: Palliative care in intensive care unit: A much needed integration

  • Cheryl Kruschke
    Regis University, USA

    Title: Managing Active and Healthy Aging with the use of Caring Service Robots

  • Matthew Keane
    Southend University Hospital, UK

    Title:

Sessions:

Nursing Management
Information Technology in Nursing
Nursing Practice Model Reform
Tele Nursing and Yoga
  • Jenny Abraham
    University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust, UK

    Title: Exploring the evolving Non-Medical Practitioner workforce in the UK

  • Pamela B Edwards
    Duke University Health System, USA

    Title: LeaderSIM: Using Low-Fidelity Simulation to Enhance Interprofessional Communication for Patient Safety

  • Pamela B. Edwards
    Duke University Health System, USA

    Title: Peer-to-Peer Interprofessional Mentoring: Impacting Attitudes of Nurse-Physician Collaboration

  • Deborah Johnson
    University of California San Francisco, USA

    Title: Exploring Barriers and Resources to Train and Retain PMHNPS in a Rural Community

  • John Mckinnon
    The University of Lincoln, UK

    Title: Harnessing Emotion to Inform Clinical Practice

  • Blertë Hyseni
    Albania

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

Sessions:

Posters
  • Sharon A. Perkins
    South Shore Hospital South Weymouth, USA

    Title: Initiate change in nursing care delivery: Using Evidence Based Interventions to Improve Patient Centeredness and nurse Satisfaction

  • Kelly Fitzpatrick
    USA

    Title: STOP THE LINE! REPORT THAT EVENT!

  • Sharona Tzur-Peled
    Rabin Medical Centre, Israel

    Title: Perceptions of nurses regarding prenatal care of lesbian patients in women's healthcare centers

Sessions:

Neonatal Care: Helping Families Cope
Midwifery Services Caring for Women, Child Health & Family Members
  • Sara Nickerson-White
    Humber College, Canada

    Title: Phenomenological hermeneutic professional care practice: Four tactics for knowing, doing and being authentic collaboration when working with children, youth and families

  • Cheryl Kruschke
    Regis University, USA

    Title: Managing Active and Healthy Aging with the use of Caring Service Robots

  • Jennifer H. Turner
    Jefferson College of Health Sciences, USA

    Title: Healthcare from a Woman’s Perspective

  • Małgorzata Stefaniak
    Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

    Title: Perinatal care expectations of visually-impaired women – a qualitative descriptive study

  • Denise Saint Arnault
    University of Michigan, USA

    Title: Is Trauma Recovery Cultural? Using Ethnography to understand the nature of Help Seeking after Gender Based Violence

  • Judy Friedrichs
    USA

    Title: Children are born into a family, not a unit.

  • Charmaine Childs
    Sheffield Hallam University, UK

    Title: Surgical Site Infection Surveillance in abdominal surgery: broadening our assessment spectrum from visual to infrared

Sessions:

Women Health Issues and Family Support
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Conference Venue

Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock

Commerce Road, Brentford, Middlesex London, London TW8 8GA, United Kingdom

About Venue

Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock
Commerce Road, Brentford, Middlesex London, London TW8 8GA, United Kingdom

London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic 'Big Ben' clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.

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