Session 3: Emergency Nursing

20th International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice
ER nurses work as part of a team with doctors, other nurses and healthcare specialists to offer care, monitor health situations, plan long-term care needs, administer medicine, use medical equipment, perform minor medical operations, and advise patients and their families on illness, care and continued care. Emergency nursing brings all a nurse’s training and experience to bear in caring for patients on days many describe as the worst day of their lives. These patients never “planned” to visit the emergency department (ED) on their way to work or to pick up their children, or on a day they’d deliberate for fun and friends. Whether emergency nurses are dealing with disturbances or infectious disease, psychiatric illnesses or chronic situations, injuries or acute life-threatening conditions, they care for all who present themselves.

To be an emergency nurse, you need to have not just exceptional skills but a high level of patie…

Session 2: Advanced Nursing

Advanced practitioners are educated at the master’s level in advanced practice and are evaluated as competent in practice, using expert knowledge and talents. They have the freedom and authority to act, making autonomous decisions in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients. Use this guide to find information resources relating to advanced nursing practice including books, reports and journal articles. The concept of advanced nursing practice is still growing even as the nursing profession evolves. 

Technological Advancements for Nurses:Enhanced Communication:When nurses got pagers back in the 1980-1990s, they were able to increase patient care. Fast forward nearly 20 years and each nurse carries a cell phone with the ability to order a pizza and medicine all at the same time. Most clinics have advanced communication systems. Use smartphones and apps, nurses can receive text messages and receive alarms from their patients through their phones. Forget those old-fashioned pag…

Track 1: Clinical Nursing

Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) provide direct care to patients in one of a range of specialties, such as pediatrics, geriatrics, emergency care, and oncology. CNSs may also serve as consultants, assisting other medical professionals working to improve patient outcomes and influence all levels of care. Clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is a venerable one-person show with five major responsibilities on their shoulders: Clinical practice, research, teaching, consulting, and management. Health care doesn’t operate with one set of guidelines, so a clinical nurse specialist job description is vital to the managed care movement. Because they’re also a patient advocate, it’s their job to coordinate money-saving services and resources but still provide optimal health outcomes.
Optimizing patient care by working with the nursing staff. This includes evaluating current practices, reviewing alternatives, consultations with patient care managers and providing education to staff.Ma…

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We invite all participants to attend the 20th International Conference on Clinical Nursing (Clinical Nursing 2019)   which is scheduled during August 19-20, 2019 at Singapore. This Conference focuses on the theme of Innovations and Challenges in Clinical Nursing Practice.

The Conference will focus on several topics such as: Clinical NursingAdvanced NursingEmergency NursingNursing EducationPre-Clinical ResearchNursing PracticeLegal NursingClinical Service ManagementNursing ManagementSurgical NursingMidwifery and child care NursingClinical Nursing SpecialistsNursing researchAdvanced clinical nursingCardiac Nurses Speaker Slots are available!

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