The Organizing Committee of the International Webinar on Nursing Education and Nursing (Time Zone - Eastern Time) invites you to participate in the congress, which will be held during November 19-20, 2020. The conference aims to foster and conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies within Nursing and Healthcare. NHC 2020 Webinar provide invaluable opportunities to extend and strengthen the Nursing and Healthcarecommunity, and our collective body of knowledge.
Highlight programs of research with strong relevance to practice.
Explore ways in which practice informs clinical nursing research.
Describe examples of nursing research findings that have been meaningfully and successfully translated into practice.
To provide opportunities to develop knowledge in nursing field
To foster and enhance collaborations and partnerships with educational, research and clinical institutes.
The panel sessions will include senior nurse researchers and a response panel of advanced practice nurses and nurse clinicians.
Who Should Attend:
The Webinar is open to clinicians, Nurses and researchers who are interested in exploring the research practice link.
For further information, please contact conference Organizer Ms. Mary Jane: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel:+1-408-352-1010
Conference sessions may be geared toward participants with different levels of experience or different positions. Main conference sessions include the following tracks. Choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.
Thu , Nov 19, 2020
Title:-Care, courage and leadership in organisational change: an ethnographic account
Pauline Ong, Keele University, UK
Title:- Psycho-social impact on nurses during COVID19
Supriti Agrawal, Amity University, India
Title:- Importance of Medical Leadership Development: A Global Perspective with Special Reference to the Indian Healthcare System / Impact of a leadership development programme for physicians in India
Kamal Gulati, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India
Title:- From Person- and Human-Centred Health Care to Wonder- and Phenomenon-led Health Care
Finn Thorbjørn Hansen, University of Aalborg, Denmark
Title:- Placing easy-to-read information accessible to people with intellectual disability in context: a case study
Anne-Marie Callus, University of Malta, Malta
Dorianne Cauchi, University of Malta, Malta
Title:- Benefits of applying for hospital accreditation: The perspective of staff
Abdullah Algunmeeyn, Isra University, Jordan
Title:- From Feeling Broken to Looking Beyond Broken: Palestinian Mothers’ Experiences of Having a Child With Spina Bifida
Maha Sudki Hmeidan Nahal, Al-Quds university, Israel
Title:- Examining the Relationships among distress, adaptive mechanisms, and established risk factors in the development of type 2 diabetes
Joshua Minks, University of Missouri - St Louis, USA
Title:- Incorporating Quality and Safety Values into a CLABSI Simulation Experience
Christina M. Liebrecht & Megan Lieb, Ohio Northern University, USA
Title:-Development and validation of the ‘PREP to BF’ scale, a new instrument to measure prenatal breastfeeding self-efficacy among pregnant women
Erin McKinley, Louisiana State University, USA
Title:- STOP 101: Results of a safety, tolerability and comparative bioavailability study of POD dihydroergotamine mesylate (INP104) to approved IV D.H.E. 45® and Migranal® Nasal Spray in healthy adult subjects
Stephen B. Shrewsbury, Impel NeuroPharma, Inc, USA
Title:-A Decade of Cirrhosis
Edna Aurelus, Wagner College, USA
Title:- A Nursing Primer on Community Pharmaceutical Interventions in the COVID-19 Era
Paul P. Rega, The University of Toledo, USA
Title: The effectiveness of diaphragmatic breathing on physiological and psychological stress in adults 18 years of age and older
Sherrie L. Murray, PACE University, USA
Title:- Simplifying the Confusion of Arterial Blood Gases
Joyce Pompey, USCA School of Nursing, USA
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