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    • Medical Surgical Nursing
    • Obstetrics and Gynaecology nursing
    • Cardiovascular Nursing
    • Midwifery Nursing
    • Oncological Nursing
    • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
    • Paediatrics Nursing
    • Community and Public Health Nursing
    • Nursing research and evidence-based practices.
    • Advanced Nursing Practices during Pandemic
    • Nursing Education and Administration
    • Patient Safety and Nurse Protection
    • Emergency Nursing & Critical Care Nursing
    • Future of Nursing
    • New Technology and innovations in Nursing Education
    • Nursing Informatics
    • Transitional Care Nursing
    • Emergency and Ambulatory care Nursing
    • Occupational Health Nursing

    Surgical nursing specializes in perioperative care provided to surgical patients before, during, and after surgery. There are different kinds of surgical nurse, and surgical nursing as a career is very demanding. In pre-operative care unit, a surgical nurse helps to prepare a patient for surgery, both physically and emotionally. Surgical nurses explain the procedure to the patient, and ease worries about the upcoming surgery and recovery and also check the patient's vitals, administer medications, and help to sterilize and mark the surgical site.

    Obstetrical nursing provides prenatal care and testing, care for patients with pregnancy complications, during labor and delivery, and for patients following delivery. Obstetrical nurses work closely with obstetricians, midwives, and other nurse practitioners. Obstetrical nurses also perform post-operative care in surgical unit, cardiac monitoring stress test evaluations, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. They have specialized skills such as neonatal resuscitation, electronic fetal monitoring, nonstress tests and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip.Gynaecology nursing cares for diseases or disorders concerning the reproductive organs; uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, ovaries and vagina from the onset of puberty through menopause and beyond. Gynaecology Nurse also cares problems related to bowel, bladder and urinary system as these are closely related to female reproductive system. Other female genital diseases treated by GN’s are yeast and bacterial infections, painful intercourse, irregular and painful menstruation and other diseases related to menopause that require surgery.

    Cardiac nursing focus on preventing and treating conditions related to the heart. Nurses in cardiac department work in inpatient or outpatient settings, cares for medical or surgical patients, and understand patients through acute illness or help them manage chronic disease. Cardiac nurses helps to treat disorders like unstable angina, arterial coronary disease, congestive coronary failure, myocardial infarct and cardiac dysrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist. They perform excellent care on a surgical unit; analysing evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. Cardiac nurses have Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification. In addition, cardiac nurses possess specific skills including electrocardiogram monitoring, defibrillation, and drugs administration by continuous drip. Cardiac nurses work in various environments, including coronary care units, cardiac catheterization, medical care units, operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation centers, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units, and cardiac medical wards.

    Cardiac Nurse's typical responsibilities include :

    • Evaluate and treat patients.
    • Provide postoperative care.
    • Monitor stress test evaluations.
    • Monitor cardiac and vascular readings.
    • Educate patients and their families.
    • Support and motivate patients' lifestyle changes.

    An oncology nurse cares for cancer patients and requires advanced certifications and clinical experiences in oncology further than the typical baccalaureate nursing program provides. Oncology nursing meets the various needs of cancer patients during the time of their disease including suitable screenings and other preventive practices, symptom management, care to retain as much regular functioning as possible, and supportive measures upon end of life. Oncology nurses have appropriate training in the administration, handling, side effects, and dosing of chemotherapy. One of the chief roles of the oncology nurse is patient assessment who have presented due to treatment side effects, as well as assessing patients pre-, during and post-chemotherapy.

    Oncology Nursing is the foremost challenging and rewarding fields in nursing. They care during our most difficult and intimate moments in life, those at our bedside, educating us, encouraging us.

    • General Issues in Cancer Nursing
    • Cancer Nursing Practices
    • Cancer Pain Management
    • Nursing Care Plans
    • Cancer Therapeutics

    Cancer Care Nursing: Cancer treatment is a lengthy, complex process and stressful to both the patient and their family members. To withstand these situations home healthcare nursing is appropriate for the patient to have constant family support and presence for the entire course of cancer treatment. Cancer care at home is increasingly being offered by several home healthcare providers for achieving quality nursing care plan for chemotherapy that help the patient get great relief. Cancer Care Nurses not only provide nursing care for cancer patients but, also educates and raise the patient spirit to lead a positive and happy life.

    Psychiatric nursing is a special field of nursing practice, taking care of individuals with a mental health disorder to help them recover and progress their quality of life. Advanced knowledge valuations are provided by the Psychiatric nurses and treatment of psychiatric disorders helps them to provide good care. They works along with other health professionals in medical team and aims in providing many clinical outcomes for the patient as any age of people can be affected by the mental illness, ethnic origin, or socioeconomic status. Therefore, a psychological nurse have to figure with various individuals from various backgrounds. Their basic role is to provide care to patients with a psychiatric disorder, mental health issue, or behavioural problems. Moreover, psychological nurses prefer to specialize further, like within the management of people with a psychiatric disorder of a particular age or association. The PMH nurse build-ups a nursing analysis and plan of consideration, executing the nursing procedure, and assesses it for viability.

    Mental Health Nursing:

    Mental health nursing care for patients with mental health disorder to help them recover and progress their quality of life. Some of the disorders cared by this nurses are:

    • Anxiety disorders, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and phobias
    • Depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders
    • Eating disorders
    • Personality disorders
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder
    • Psychotic disorders, schizophrenia

    A mental health nurse is performs assessment and evaluation of the patient’s mental health, analyse and develop the treatment care plan, discussion with other health professionals about treatment plan, maintenance of medical records, support and educate the patients and their family members.

    • Pediatric Nursing
    • Neonatal Nursing
    • Pediatric Oncology Nursing
    • Child Neurology Nurses
    • Infant Nursing

    Pediatric nurses working directly with children and their families aims to mitigate health problems before they arise. A lifetime journey into wellness begins at birth, and the nursing profession is always in need of nurses who devote their skills to caring for the Pediatric patients as they grow and develop. Pediatric nurses work in a various settings with children of all ages by taking a preventive and practical approach to provide care.

    Community health nursing incorporates evidenced-based research along with advances in science and new methods for improving the health. The practice considers the cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds of the people in the community to make sure appropriate interaction and sensitivity when working with them.

    Community health nursing also known as public health nursing or community nursing, combines primary healthcare and nursing practice during a community setting. They provide health services, preventive care, and intervention and health education to communities or populations. Community health nurses serves the overall public in their own environments to plug wellness and develop healthcare.

    • General Health Maintenance
    • Origin and Future of Community Nursing
    • Nurse Administrator
    • Innovations in nursing education
    • Nurse Case Manager
    • Transitional Care Nursing

    Research and evidence-based practices (EBP) are essential components of healthcare that play a pivotal role in improving patient outcomes, enhancing the quality of care, and advancing the nursing profession. Here, we delve into the significance of research and EBP in nursing, their interrelationship, and their impact on healthcare delivery.

    Research in Nursing:

    Research in nursing refers to the systematic investigation and inquiry into healthcare phenomena to expand the body of knowledge in the field. Nursing research encompasses various domains, including clinical practice, education, administration, and policy.

    Key aspects of research in nursing include :

    • Clinical Research
    • Translational Research
    • Educational Research
    • Nursing Administration Research
    • Policy Research
    • Quality Improvement Research
    Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) in Nursing :

    Evidence-based practice in nursing is a systematic approach to decision-making that integrates the best available evidence, clinical expertise, and patient preferences to inform patient care.

    Key aspects of EBP in nursing include :

    • Research Utilization
    • Clinical Guidelines
    • Patient-Centered Care
    • Continuous Learning
    • Interprofessional Collaboration
    • Outcome Evaluation
    Interrelationship of Research and EBP in Nursing:

    Research and EBP are interrelated and mutually reinforcing. Research generates the evidence that forms the foundation of EBP. Nursing research studies contribute to the body of knowledge from which evidence is drawn. EBP, in turn, relies on the application of this evidence to guide clinical decision-making. Research informs practice, and practice generates questions that drive further research.

    Research and EBP are integral to the nursing profession and the delivery of high-quality patient care. Nursing research expands the knowledge base, and EBP ensures that this knowledge is translated into improved patient outcomes. Together, they empower nurses to provide evidence-based, patient-centered care and contribute to the advancement of healthcare.

    Technology has developed the healthcare and Advanced Practice Nurses are educated with advanced informative and clinical education, knowledge, skills, and scope of practice in nursing. Some of the preventive measures for Covid-19 include usage of Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP), Advanced Staff Training, Daily Health Check up’s, Anti-infective Rinse, Virtual Waiting Rooms, Sequenced Patient Scheduling, Approved Instrument Sterilization guidelines, N95 & ASTM Level 3 Masks, Face Shields.

    Nursing education and administration are two critical components of the healthcare system that play integral roles in shaping the nursing profession, ensuring the quality of patient care, and driving healthcare organizations' success. Here, we explore the significance of nursing education and administration, their key responsibilities, and their impact on the broader healthcare landscape.

    Nursing Education :

    Nursing education encompasses the training and preparation of individuals to become competent, compassionate, and knowledgeable nurses. It involves various levels of education, from entry-level programs to advanced degrees and specialization.

    Key aspects of nursing education include :

    • Academic Programs
    • Clinical Training
    • Curriculum Development
    • Professional Development
    • Clinical Competence
    • Interprofessional Education
    Nursing Administration :

    Nursing administration involves the leadership and management of nursing services within healthcare organizations. Nurse administrators are responsible for overseeing nursing staff, ensuring quality care, and aligning nursing services with the organization's goals.

    Key aspects of nursing administration include :

    • Leadership
    • Staffing and Scheduling
    • Budgeting and Resource Allocation
    • Quality Improvement
    • Policy and Procedure Development
    • Interdisciplinary Collaboration
    • Patient Advocacy
    • Strategic Planning

    Nursing education and administration are intertwined and essential components of the nursing profession and the healthcare system. Education ensures that nurses are well-prepared for their roles, while administration ensures that nursing services are efficiently managed and patient care is of the highest quality. Together, they contribute to the delivery of safe, effective, and compassionate healthcare.

    Patient safety and nurse protection are two intertwined priorities in healthcare. Ensuring the safety of patients while safeguarding the well-being of nurses is essential for delivering high-quality care and maintaining a thriving healthcare system. In this essay, we will explore the significance of patient safety, the importance of nurse protection, and how these two critical aspects of healthcare intersect.

    Patient Safety:

    Patient safety is a fundamental principle in healthcare that centers on preventing harm to patients during their interactions with the healthcare system. It encompasses a range of practices and measures aimed at minimizing the risk of adverse events, medical errors, and healthcare-associated infections.

    Nurse Protection:

    Nurse protection is a multifaceted concept that encompasses the physical, emotional, and professional well-being of nurses. Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system, and their protection is essential for maintaining a capable and resilient healthcare workforce.

    Intersection of Patient Safety and Nurse Protection:

    The relationship between patient safety and nurse protection is symbiotic. When nurses are well-protected and supported, they are better equipped to provide safe and effective care to patients. Conversely, ensuring patient safety contributes to a less stressful work environment for nurses, reducing the risk of errors and adverse events.

    The future of nursing is shaped by a dynamic interplay of evolving healthcare needs, technological advancements, policy changes, and demographic shifts.

    Key trends and considerations are likely to influence the future of nursing:

    Advanced Practice Roles: Advanced practice nurses (APRNs), including nurse practitioners (NPs), nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), nurse-midwives (CNMs), and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs), are expected to play an increasingly vital role in healthcare delivery. Expanding their scope of practice and autonomy can help address primary care shortages and improve access to care, especially in underserved areas.

    • Telehealth Integration
    • Interprofessional Collaboration
    • Patient-Centered Care
    • Population Health and Preventive Care
    • Health Informatics
    • Cultural Competence and Diversity
    • Research and Evidence-Based Practice
    • Nursing Education Transformation
    • Policy Advocacy
    • Global Health Challenges
    • Aging Workforce

    The future of nursing holds exciting opportunities and challenges. Nurses will continue to be central to healthcare delivery, adapting to new technologies, expanding their roles, and driving innovation. As the healthcare landscape evolves, nursing practice will evolve in tandem to meet the ever-changing needs of patients and communities.

    Emergency nursing care for patients who are in immediate need of medical attention to avoid long-term disability or death. Emergency nurses care for people who are unable to get primary medical care and unable to reach emergency departments for help. Emergency nurses are skilled in caring conditions such as a stroke, heart attack or major trauma, Acute alcohol and/or drug intoxication, psychiatric and behavioural problems.

    Emergency nurse are skilled at quick, accurate physical examination and primary recognition of life-threatening conditions. It is a challenge task for Emergency nurse to perform all work quickly and correctly in an ever-changing environment. Functions specific to emergency nursing are:

    • Assessment
    • Planning and Managing Care
    • Tasks
    • Communication
    • Teaching

    Nursing education stands on the precipice of profound change. The integration of new technologies and innovative approaches is transforming the way nurses are trained, preparing them for a healthcare landscape that is more complex and demanding than ever before.

    Key Advancements

    • Simulation and Virtual Reality
    • Telehealth Training
    • Online Learning Platforms
    • Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
    • Data Analytics and Informatics
    • Interdisciplinary Collaboration

    The integration of new technologies and innovations is revolutionizing nursing education. These advancements are equipping nursing students with the skills and competencies they need to thrive in a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. As technology continues to evolve, nursing education must remain agile and adaptive, ensuring that nurses are prepared to provide high-quality, patient-centered care in the digital age. The future of nursing education is undoubtedly shaped by innovation and a commitment to excellence in patient care.

    Nursing informatics, a 21st century science aims with great prospective for improving the quality, safety, and effectiveness of health care. Nursing Informatics offers an excellent chance to obtain the full potential of organized and well-managed information by nursing staffs.

    Nursing informatics as a specialty consolidates nursing science, computing, and knowledge to manage and communicate data, information, knowledge, and insight in nursing practice. Informatics has become progressively existing in our profession, thanks to rapidly changing technological developments. Healthcare systems are up taking technology into everyday practice at a quick pace. Security and patient privacy must be upheld while achieving the goal of renovating data into useful knowledge. Integrating informatics with evidence-based practice can only help progress the care we offer to our patients.

    Nursing informatics involves nurses, consumers, patients, the inter professional healthcare team, and other stakeholders in their decision-making in all roles and settings to achieve desired outcomes. This support is achieved with the use of information structures, information processes, and information technology.

    Transitional care nursing focuses on providing continuous and coordinated care as patients move from one healthcare setting to another. This could involve transitioning from a hospital to a long-term care facility, a rehabilitation center, or back to their own homes. The goal is to optimize patient safety, prevent complications, reduce readmissions, and support patients in regaining their independence.

    Transitional care nursing is a specialized field dedicated to addressing these challenges and ensuring that patients experience a seamless transition from one level of care to another. Let's delve into what transitional care nursing entails and why it's so important for improving patient outcomes.

    Ambulatory care or outpatient care facilities treat only patients who do not require an overnight stay in a hospital. Interaction and treating patients is the important aspect of ambulatory care nursing. They should be able to clearly communicate their message while maintaining a friendly conduct and a good dose of compassion and understanding to build a relationship and rapport with their patients.

    Other Sessions

    • Nephrology and Urology Nursing
    • Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
    • Vascular and Surgical Nursing
    • Radiology & Imaging Nursing
    • Gastrointestinal and Endoscopy Nursing
    • Forensic Nursing
    • Transcultural Nursing
    • Nursing - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
    • Pulmonary and Respiratory Nursing
    • Otorhinolaryngology and Ophthalmic Nursing
    • Dental Nursing
    • Hospice Nursing
    • Dermatology and Cosmetic Nurses