Clinical Nursing 2019, Singapore

Clinical Nursing 2019 | Singapore

We invite all participants to attend the upcoming Clinical Nursing 2019 conference scheduled on  August 19-20, 2019 at Singapore with a theme of Innovations and Challenges in Clinical Nursing Practice
Scope and Importance of the Conference:
The extent of Clinical Nursing and Practice envelops clinical practice, training, counsel, research, and organization. Nursing is centered on the care of people, families, gatherings, and groups in danger for or with an analysis of illnesses. The Nursing Society keeps up that medical attendants engaged with quiet care have the obligation to create and show information and abilities that show capability in the field. Attendants, they assume a vital part in the organization of Nursing specialists and are in charge of safe medication taking care of; assessment of lab information; figuring of medication measurements on the premise of body surface territory; addition of intravenous lines or getting to focal venous gadget…

Session 11: Midwifery and child care Nursing

Clinical Nursing 2019 | Singapore A midwife is a well-trained health professional who helps healthy women during labor, delivery, and after the birth of their babies. Midwives may deliver babies at birthing centers or at home, but most can also deliver babies at a hospital. Women who choose midwives usually want very little medical intervention and have had no complications during their pregnancy. Because giving birth to twins is more difficult than giving birth to a single baby, many doctors don't recommend using a midwife unless under the direct supervision of a doctor.

Midwifery encompasses the care of women during pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period, as well as care of the newborn. It includes measures aimed at preventing health problems in pregnancy, the detection of abnormal conditions, the procurement of medical assistance when necessary, and the execution of emergency measures in the absence of medical help.
What does a child health nurse do?
Regular health check-ups…

Speaker Slots Available


Session 10: Surgical Nursing

Clinical Nursing 2019 | Singapore The nurse who works in a surgery known as surgical nurses. They supporting surgeons and doctors in completing both routine and complex surgical procedures. All surgical nurses work within the hospital setting, either in surgical wards and operating rooms, trauma and emergency care centers or recovery rooms and intensive care units. They are expected to work on both elective and life-saving procedures each day. This may involve working with a team including surgeons, anesthetists, ODPs theatre support workers, and porters.

The daily work of a surgical nurse involves:
Preoperative PhaseAnesthetic PhaseSurgical PhaseRecovery Phase 5 thing you must know about surgical nursing:
Scrub or circulate?The organization is a mustTeamwork is crucialThere’s a lot to learn – but also a lot of places you can goIt’s not the easiest specialty to break into, but it’s not impossible Inviting Surgical Nurses from the globe to present their research at our upcoming 20th Inte…

Call for Papers

20th International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice | Singapore We invite all participants to attend 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 Innovations and Challenges in Clinical Nursing Practice.

The conference will focus on the following topics:
Clinical NursingAdvanced NursingEmergency NursingNursing EducationPre-Clinical ResearchNursing PracticeLegal NursingClinical Service ManagementNursing ManagementSurgical NursingMidwifery and child care NursingClinical Nursing SpecialistsNursing researchAdvanced clinical nursingCardiac Nurses Submit your paper and be a part of our upcoming 20th International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice conference as a speaker scheduled to be held in Singapore on August 19-20, 2019
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Session 9: Nursing Management

Clinical Nursing 2019 | Singapore
Nurse managers are registered nurses who have educational qualifications and at least three to five years of clinical experience qualifying them to effectively supervise nursing units in hospitals, clinics, and other medical institutions. Generally, nurse managers are appointed to units compatible with their degree emphasis and clinical experience.

Basic responsibilities associated with nurse manager positions include maintaining sufficient, qualified staff with which to operate the unit, budgeting the unit’s expenditures in accordance with available funds, ensuring patient issues are promptly and correctly addressed, and supervising all other routine operations of the unit, as well as any unforeseen occurrences that may arise. Considered a middle management position in larger medical facilities, nurse managers are tasked with overseeing the continued optimal functioning of the unit as well as the quality of the health care provided by nurses and othe…