Scientific Sessions


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Session 1: Nursing Education

Nurse education consists of the theoretical and practical training provided to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. This education is provided to nursing students by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who have qualified or experienced for educational tasks. Most countries offer nurse education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas including mental health nursing, paediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Nurse education also provides post-qualification courses in specialist subjects within nursing. The earliest schools of nursing offered a Diploma in Nursing and not an actual academic degree. Universities then began to offer Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Nursing degrees followed by Master of Science in Nursing degrees and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees. This session discusses more about Nursing Education.

Session 2: Cardiology Nursing

Cardiology nursing is a nursing specialty that works with patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system. Cardiology nurses or cardiac nurses help treat conditions such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction and cardiac dysrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist. Cardiology nurses perform postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. Cardiac nurses possess specialized skills including electrocardiogram monitoring, defibrillation, and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip. Cardiac nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units or CCU, cardiac catheterization, intensive care units or ICU, operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation centres, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units or CVICU, and cardiac medical wards. This session discusses more about cardiology nursing.

Session 3: Oncology Nursing

An oncology nurse is a specialized nurse who cares for cancer patients. These nurses require advanced certifications and clinical experiences in oncology further than the typical bachelorette nursing program provides. Oncology nursing care is defined as meeting the various needs of oncology patients during the time of their disease including appropriate screenings and other preventative practices, symptom management, care to retain as much normal functioning as possible, and supportive measures upon end of life. The Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation or ONCC offers several different options for board certification in oncological nursing. Certification is a voluntary process and ensures that a nurse has proper qualifications and knowledge of a specialty area and has kept up-to-date in his or her education. This session discusses more about oncology nursing.

Session 4: Paediatric Nursing

Paediatric nursing is the medical care of neonates and children up to adolescence, usually in an in-patient hospital or day-clinic. Paediatric nursing is the medical care of neonates and children up to adolescence, usually in an in-patient hospital or day-clinic. Paediatric nurses are expected to have a fast mobility and quick response on stressful situations to contain the life-threatening situations. Key features of paediatric emergency nursing include handling multifaceted trauma, injury or illness cases with equal levels of calmness without letting the patients feel the urgency of the situation; quickly diagnosing conditions and providing on-spot solutions; administering the right medications to minimize pain; stabilizing patients with focused and wholesome care; being patient and caring for the families who accompany the little patients and working on easing their mental trauma.

Session 5: Geriatric Nursing

Geriatric Nursing or Gerontological nursing is the specialty of nursing pertaining to older adults. Geriatric nurses work in collaboration with older adults, their families, and communities to support healthy aging, maximum functioning and quality of life. The term gerontological nursing which replaced the term geriatric nursing in the 1970s is seen as being more consistent with the specialty's broader focus on health and wellness, in addition to illness. Gerontological nursing is important to meet the health needs of an aging population. Due to longer life expectancy and declining fertility rates, the proportion of the population that is considered old is increasing. Between 2000 and 2050, the number of people in the world who are over age 60 is predicted increase from 605 million to 2 billion. This session discusses more about geriatric nursing or gerontological nursing. 

Session 6: Midwifery Nursing and Pregnancy

A midwife is a health care professional who provides an array of health care services for women including gynaecological examinations, contraceptive counselling, prescriptions, and labour and delivery care. Providing expert care during labour and delivery and after birth is a specialty that makes midwives unique. The term midwife reflects a philosophy of care that is directed toward women and their individual reproductive needs. A midwife usually offers a variety of options and seeks to eliminate or minimize unnecessary interventions. This philosophy is represented by the Midwives Model of Care which is based on the belief that pregnancy and birth are normal life processes. Midwifery Nursing monitors physical, psychological, and social well-being of the mother throughout the childbearing cycle. This session discusses more about midwifery nursing and pregnancy.

Session 7: Diabetes Education Nursing

Diabetes Education Nursing is a complex profession. It requires patience, knowledge, and skills to manage diabetes patients. Diabetes is a chronic, incurable disease and managing diabetes can be complex, requiring careful attention to diet, exercise, blood glucose levels, and the proper use of medications. Managing diabetes requires patients to make significant and lifelong changes in lifestyle, and it has been clearly established that the incidence and seriousness of diabetic complications and the incidence of type 2 diabetes can be decreased if the disease is properly managed. They must understand the disease of diabetes, they must understand the importance of the therapeutic interventions, and they must follow treatment recommendations. The responsibility of nurses and other healthcare professionals is to ensure that patients who have diabetes receive the information they need to self-manage their disease and the support they need to apply this knowledge. This session discusses more about diabetes education nursing. 

Session 8: Legal Nursing

Legal Nursing is a registered nurse who uses expertise as health care provider and specialized training to consult on medical-related legal cases. Legal Nursing assist attorneys in reading medical records and understanding medical terminology and healthcare issues to achieve the best results for their clients. The specialty is a relatively recent one, beginning in the mid-1980s. A legal nurse consultant bridges gaps in an attorney's knowledge. While the attorney is an expert on legal issues, the legal nurse is an expert on nursing and the health care system. Legal nurses screen cases on merit, assist with discovery; conduct the existing literature and medical research; review medical records; identify standards of care; prepare reports and summaries on the extent of injury or illness; create demonstrative evidence; and locate or act as expert witnesses. This session discusses more about legal nursing profession.

Session 9: Dental Nursing

Dental Nursing assists and works in dental care setups. Dental Nursing works in general dental practice, a hospital, with the community dental service or in a university. You could also work in the armed forces. The day-to-day tasks of dental nursing include passing instruments to the dentist or hygienist; removing water and saliva from the patient's mouth during treatment; preparing materials to make fillings; making sure that the patient is relaxed and comfortable at all times; keeping the surgery tidy and sterile; sterilising instruments; and helping record information about each patient; helping at the reception area; booking appointments; taking payments for treatment; greeting and reassuring patients. This session discusses more about dental nursing.

Session 10: Surgical Nursing

A surgical nurse also known as theatre nurse or scrub nurse specializes in preoperative care, providing care to patients before, during and after surgery. There are many different phases during surgery where the theatre nurse is needed to support and assist the patient, surgeons, surgical technicians, nurse anaesthetists and nurse practitioners. Pre-operative care requires the nurse to prepare the patient and operating room for the surgery. During the surgery, they assist the anaesthetist and surgeons when they are needed. The last phase is post-operative ensuring that the patients are provided with suitable care and treatments. People who want to become surgical nurses attend nursing school and specialize in surgical nursing. This session discusses more about surgical nursing.

Session 11: Role in Patient Safety
Role in Patient Safety requires the nurses to be on alert, patient and skilled in handling patients, their trauma and their families' trauma too. Nursing is an occupation that has long been revered because we are a specialized profession that utilizes our knowledge as well as compassion to provide care for people when they are in their most vulnerable state. Nurses should have a working knowledge of different drug classes and how they affected the body. Prior to administering each medication, nurses have to understand the indication, any potential side effects, and any important monitoring that must be done. Nurses should also verify the five rights of medication administration such as the right patient, drug, dose, route, and time. This session discusses more about the role in patient safety.
Session 12: Critical Care and Emergency
Critical Care and Emergency Nursing is the field of nursing with a focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients following extensive injury, surgery or life threatening diseases. Critical care nurses are also known as ICU nurses. Critical care nurses can be found working in a wide variety of environments and specialties, such as general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, burns unit, paediatrics and some trauma center emergency departments. These specialists generally take care of critically ill patients who require mechanical ventilation by way of endotracheal intubation and/or titratable vasoactive intravenous medications. This session discusses more about critical care and emergency. 
Session 13: Women Health
Women's health refers to the health of women which differs from that of men in many unique ways. Women's reproductive health nursing require for a broader definition pertaining to the overall health of women. There is credible information available to women not only on such problems as eating disorders, stress, alcoholism, addictions, and depression, but also on basic topics such as good nutrition, heart health, and exercise. For example, it is beneficial that a woman maintain her optimum weight. If a woman's waist size measures more than 35 inches (89 cm), she is more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Eating sensible meals, eliminating after-dinner snacks, and making physical activity a part of daily life are significant ways to help control weight and lower the risk of a long list of health problems. This session discusses more about women's health nursing.
Session 14: Adult Nursing
Adult nursing is a rewarding career where you have a real chance to make a difference to people's lives. Adult Nursing requires learning practical skills and procedures that help patients. Adult Nursing requires working with adults of all ages. They may suffer from one or more long or short-term physical health conditions. This could include heart disease, injuries from an accident, pneumonia, arthritis, diabetes or cancer. Building a trusting relationship with each patient is essential. Adult Nursing should improve patients' quality of life. Adult Nursing should take lot of factors into account and juggle many priorities to get the best possible results for your patients. This session discusses more about adult nursing.
Session 15: Telemedicine, PRO and E-Health
Telemedicine and E-Health applications play an increasingly important role in health care and provide tools that are indispensable for home health care, remote patient monitoring and disease management.
The increasing integration of delivery systems provides an opportunity to manage the entire patient-focused episode of care and to assess the impact of care on patient outcomes, including patient-reported outcomes (PROs). PROs have been defined as "any report of the status of a patient's health condition that comes directly from the patient, without interpretation of the patient's response by a clinician or anyone else." In other words, PRO tools measure what patients are able to do and how they feel by asking questions. These tools enable assessment of patient–reported health status for physical, mental, and social well–being. Telemedicine and E-Health should encompass not only rural health and battlefield care, but also nursing home and assisted living facilities; and maritime and aviation applications. Advances in technology including wireless connectivity and mobile devices will give practitioners, medical centers, and hospitals important new tools for managing patient care, electronic records, and medical billing to ultimately enable patients to have more control of their own well being. This session discusses more about telemedicine and E-Health.
Session 16: Forensic Nursing
Forensic nursing is a cross between a healthcare profession and a judicial system profession. Forensic nurses have a variety of roles such as child abuse nurse examiner, psychiatric forensic nurse, corrections nurse, and forensic clinical nurse specialist. evaluating and caring for victims of assault, domestic abuse, child and elder abuse, neglect, and sexual crimes. As they treat the victim, forensic nurses collect and secure evidence. The nurses must ensure they follow the chain of custody so the evidence is documented and remains admissible in court. Forensic nurses may be asked to testify in court about the medical information and the evidence that they have collected. The biggest sub-specialty in forensic nursing, according to the American Forensic Association, is sexual assault. Other forensic nursing sub-specialties include death investigations, medical-legal consulting, and forensic psychiatric nursing. This session discusses more about forensic nursing.