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25th World Nursing and Nurse Practitioner Conference, will be organized around the theme “Innovations and Advancements in Nursing ”

Nurse Practitioner 2018 is comprised of 19 tracks and 178 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Nurse Practitioner 2018.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Nurse Practitioners are Registered Nurses who serve as primary and specialty health care providers under a physician. They can specialize in family practice, pediatrics, women’s health, mental health and more. Most Nurse Practitioners work alongside doctors in a hospital or outpatient facility, but some run their own private practices.

  • Track 1-1Licence Practice Cardiac nursing
  • Track 1-2Education and training
  • Track 1-3Transitional Care
  • Track 1-4Nursing Practice model reform
  • Track 1-5Innovations in Patient Care
  • Track 1-6Symptom Management
  • Track 1-7Nursing Practice

Nurse Educators work to shape the next generation of nurses. They can teach students studying for an ASN, BSN, and more, or get certified in continuing education and refresher courses. As a Nurse Educator, you can also conduct research, write grant proposals and help maintain clinical standards in the nursing profession.

  • Track 2-1Faculty Development
  • Track 2-2Graduate Nursing Education reform
  • Track 2-3International Nursing Education
  • Track 2-4Innovations in Nursing Education
  • Track 2-5Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning
  • Track 2-6Disaster Nursing
  • Track 2-7Courses and Certifications

A Clinical Nurse Specialist is an expert at diagnosing and treating illness in their area of expertise. Clinical Nurse Specialists focus on one of three main specialty areas: patients and their families, nurse management, and administration. The rest of the nursing staff  looks to the Clinical Nurse Specialist for guidance in their practice and help with efficiency in the workplace 

  • Track 3-1Clinical Nurse Specialists
  • Track 3-2Medicine
  • Track 3-3Infectious Disease Nursing
  • Track 3-4Clinical Practice
  • Track 3-5Evidence-based Practice
  • Track 3-6Clinical Nursing Research
  • Track 3-7Paediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases

Cardiac Care Nurses treat patients suffering from heart diseases and conditions. According to the Center for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in US. 1.5 million Heart attacks occur each year, and nearly 80 million Americans suffer from heart conditions, and the number of cardiac patients continues to rise. As a Cardiac Care Nurse, you can help a wide variety of patients, from children to the elderly, in surgical or ambulatory settings

  • Track 4-1Cardiomyopathy
  • Track 4-2Acute Respiratory Failure and Ventillation
  • Track 4-3cardiovascular Nursing
  • Track 4-4Nursing Care and Physiotherapy
  • Track 4-5End of Life Care
  • Track 4-6Heart attack/Heart failure
  • Track 4-7Abnormal heart rhythms or arrhythmias
  • Track 4-8Coronary artery disease
  • Track 4-9Critical care and Emergency Nursing
  • Track 4-10Cardiovascular Nursing


Cancer Nursing provides care for cancer patients and those at risk for getting the disease. They monitor physical conditions, prescribe medication, and administer chemotherapy and other treatments. Oncology is one of the most challenging and rewarding fields in nursing. The field of oncology nursing, in particular, is probably one of the most challenging and rewarding fields in nursing. Oncology nurses practice in a variety of settings, including hospitals, outpatient clinics, private practices, long-term care facilities and more. The scope of oncology nursing spans from prevention and early detection, to treatment (such as surgical oncology, radiation oncology, medical oncology), through symptom management and palliative care.

  • Track 5-1Cancer nursing and oncology care
  • Track 5-2Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 5-3Cancer Therapeutics
  • Track 5-4Cancer Nursing Practices
  • Track 5-5Community Oncology Nursing
  • Track 5-6Cancer Medical Management
  • Track 5-7Blood cancer
  • Track 5-8Brain Cancer
  • Track 5-9Treatment of cancer
  • Track 5-10Heart cancer and lung cancer
  • Track 5-11Breast Cancer
  • Track 5-12Oral cancer
  • Track 5-13Bone cancer

An adult nurse practitioner (ANP) focuses on the primary care of adults (ages 12 and over). The main roles of ANPs focus on preventive care involving health promotion and disease prevention as well as the management of patients with acute and chronic health issues. Adult nurse practitioners provide medical care to patients from teen through the elderly. They must possess a master's degree, licensure, and possibly certification.

  • Track 6-1Adult-gerontological Health Nursing
  • Track 6-2Adult Nursing Education
  • Track 6-3Population based health care
  • Track 6-4Adult health management
  • Track 6-5Health and wellness promotion
  • Track 6-6Disease Management
  • Track 6-7Medical Care
  • Track 6-8Environmental changes and its impact on health
  • Track 6-9Adult heart failure and nursing care
  • Track 6-10Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

Pediatric Nurse Practitioners work with patients from infancy to young adulthood, diagnosing illness, conducting exams, and prescribing medication. These nurses usually work alongside pediatricians in a hospital or outpatient facility, but some run their own private practices. Neonatal Intensive Care Nurses care for premature and critically ill newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of a hospital. These babies are born needing immediate medical attention, so Neonatal Intensive Care Nurses connect them to technology that helps them breathe and allows them to be fed intravenously, so they can gain weight. As a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse, you’ll work under the direction of a physician, caring for the newborn, and helping to educate their new mothers about their baby’s condition, breastfeeding, and answering their questions.

  • Track 7-1Child and adolescent health
  • Track 7-2Neonatal Nurse Duties
  • Track 7-3Neonatal Care
  • Track 7-4Neonatal Mortality
  • Track 7-5Schizophrenia and nursing care
  • Track 7-6Anxiety and sleep disorders- Nursing care
  • Track 7-7Pediatric mental health
  • Track 7-8Childhood overweight and obestity
  • Track 7-9Preterm-birth complications and neonatal intensive care
  • Track 7-10General pediatrics
  • Track 7-11Trauma Nursing

A Public Health Nurse works within the community to improve the overall health of the area. Their most common places of employment include county or state departments of health or public health departments, correctional facilities, occupational health facilities, businesses, and schools. They put together plans that alleviate or eliminate health or safety issues in a community, issues like immunizations, STDs, and obesity. They also help communities prepare for natural disasters and assist in disaster relief efforts.

  • Track 8-1Environmental contamination and health concerns
  • Track 8-2Immune Health
  • Track 8-3Health and Disability
  • Track 8-4Environmental Health
  • Track 8-5Public Health and Zoonosis
  • Track 8-6Occupational Health and Nutrition
  • Track 8-7Nutritional Science
  • Track 8-8Health and Community Nutrition
  • Track 8-9Public Health and Epidemiology
  • Track 8-10Urban health vs. rural health
  • Track 8-11Biomarkers for human health
  • Track 8-12Obesity and Health Risks

This Advanced Practice nurse gives anesthesia and anesthesia-related care to patients before, during, and after surgery. Nurse Anesthetists need to be prepared for a wide variety of situations, which is why the career path to becoming a Nurse Anesthetist is an intensive one. It’s also why Nurse Anesthetists are among the most in-demand, and highest-paid, of all nursing professions.

  • Track 9-1Respiratory system
  • Track 9-2Cardiovascular system
  • Track 9-3Central Nervous System
  • Track 9-4Hematology and Microbiology
  • Track 9-5Ambulatory Surgery Safety
  • Track 9-6Anesthesia
  • Track 9-7Hematology and Microbiology
  • Track 9-8Renal and Metabolic System
  • Track 9-9Central Nervous System
  • Track 9-10Cardiovascular system
  • Track 9-11 Inhalational Anaesthetics

Nursing informatics (NI) is the Virtue that combines nursing science with various data organization and indicative sciences to order, delineate, keep up, and scatter information, knowledge, mindfulness, and premonition in nursing rehearse. Nursing Informatics, direct medical caretakers, clients, patients, amateurish medicinal services association, and other colleague in their basic  leadership in all execution and atmosphere to pick up pointed conclusion. This support is skillful using insight arrange, knowledge improvement, and insight mechanization.

  • Track 10-1Handheld Digital Devices
  • Track 10-2Information science to enhance the quality of nursing practice
  • Track 10-3Science of Nursing
  • Track 10-4Health care-associated costs reduced
  • Track 10-5Computer Technology
  • Track 10-6Medical Informatics
  • Track 10-7Nursing Informatics Research
  • Track 10-8Medical Informatics and Telehealth

Originally viewed as an entry level position where nurses could gain experience before entering into a specialty, Medical-Surgical Nursing requires mastering so many skills, it is now considered a specialty in and of itself. Medical-Surgical nurses provide direct care to adult patients in a variety of settings and are the largest group of nurses, accounting for almost 1/6 of the nursing profession.

  • Track 11-1General surgery and its Specialties
  • Track 11-2General Surgery and its Specialities
  • Track 11-3Cardiac Surgery
  • Track 11-4Surgical oncology Nursing
  • Track 11-5Medical-Surgical Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 11-6Types of Surgical Nursing
  • Track 11-7Neurosurgery
  • Track 11-8Oral surgery
  • Track 11-9Latest Advancements in Surgery
  • Track 11-10Plastic surgery
  • Track 11-11Transplant Surgery

Legal Nursing  is the implicative intimations of nursing practice are attached to licensure, state and government laws, extent of practice and an open prospect that attendants hone at a high expert standard. The medical attendant's illumination, permit and nursing standard give the system by which attendants are relied upon to practice. Moral issues in legal nursing are fundamentally six moral rules that emerge often for the attendant who meets expectations in the remedial setting

1. Concession for persons (self-rule and self-determination)

2. Beneficence (doing great)

3. No maleficence (dodging mischief)

4. Value (reasonableness, evenhandedness, veracity)

5. Veracity (coming clean)

6. Constancy (staying steadfast to one's dedication)

Therapeutic practice signifies to connect with, with or without remittance, in restorative finding, reviving, treatment, or surgery. "Practice medication" incorporates doing, undertaking, claiming to do, and attempting ,any of the accompanying: diagnosing, reviving, treating, deflecting, recommending for, or abstracting any physical, noetic, or passionate affliction or assumed disease of a person by physical activity, noetic, enthusiastic, or different procedure that is practiced or summoned by the expert, the patient, or both

  • Track 12-1The affordable care act and it
  • Track 12-2Legal nurse in end-of-life care
  • Track 12-3Role of legal nursing
  • Track 12-4Medical practice and linked life insurance
  • Track 12-5Registered nursing (RN)
  • Track 12-6Nursing leadership
  • Track 12-7Nursing care and physiotherapy

Also known as OB/GYN nurses, Gynecology/Obstetrics Nurses care for women from puberty to menopause. They help women during pregnancy, labor and childbirth, as well as women with health issues with their reproductive system. As a Gynecology/Obstetrics Nurse, you’ll also teach women, and teenage girls, about physical and sexual health providing information on treatments from birth control to mammograms.

  • Track 13-1Obstetric and Gynaecologic malignancies
  • Track 13-2Pregnancy Care and Delivery
  • Track 13-3Normal Pregnancy, Labour & Puerperium
  • Track 13-4Physiology of Menstruation and Ovulation
  • Track 13-5Reproductive Hazards
  • Track 13-6Reproductive Toxicity
  • Track 13-7Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Track 13-8Maternal and Child Health
  • Track 13-9Family Planning Service
  • Track 13-10Midwifery
  • Track 13-11Cardiac diseases and disorders in women
  • Track 13-12Hypertension and diabetes and its management
  • Track 13-13Endometriosis and its management during pregnancy
  • Track 13-14Nursing care during child birth and preterm birth prevention
  • Track 13-15Recent Advances in Gynecology

Emergency Nurses treat patients in emergency situations where they’re experiencing trauma or injury. These nurses quickly recognize life-threatening problems and are trained to help solve them on the spot. They can work in hospital emergency rooms, ambulances, helicopters, urgent care centers, sports arenas, and more. Critical Care Nurses make sure all critically ill patients get optimal care for their illnesses and injuries. To do that, they use their specialized skills as well as their in-depth knowledge of the human body and the latest technology in the field. Most Critical Care Nurses work in hospitals, but they can work out of nursing homes, outpatient facilities and flight units, too.

  • Track 14-1Simulation and personal digital assistants
  • Track 14-2Increased efficacy
  • Track 14-3Nursing Care Plans
  • Track 14-4Evidence-Based-Nursing Practice
  • Track 14-5Emergency trends in technology
  • Track 14-6Emergency Nursing
  • Track 14-7Care of patient and family in emergency crisis
  • Track 14-8Emergency care Practitioner

Most family nurse practitioners spend their early years as RNs or BSNs then go back to school to earn their master’s degree and become an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN). APNs are specialized nurses with masters or doctorate level training that deliver services that are commonly delivered by physicians. 

  • Track 15-1Advanced Nursing Care
  • Track 15-2Practice Guidelines for Family Nursing
  • Track 15-3Disease Prevention
  • Track 15-4 Primary care
  • Track 15-5Family medicine
  • Track 15-6Traditional Medicine
  • Track 15-7Crisis and Risk Management
  • Track 15-8Professional Career Development of Clinical Nurses
  • Track 15-9Nursing Outcome Study
  • Track 15-10Nursing research
  • Track 15-11Patient Safety

Registered Dental Nurses (RDNs) work as part of a dental team in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings, preparing the patient for treatment, sterilizing instruments, passing instruments during the procedure, holding suction devices, exposing dental radiographs, taking impressions, and fabricating provisional crowns. Dental operators can focus more time on the procedure; the dental assistant then effectively becomes the operator's extra hands.

  • Track 16-1Future Trends in Dental Nursing
  • Track 16-2occlusal therapy
  • Track 16-3Maxillofacial surgery
  • Track 16-4oral cancer
  • Track 16-5Orthodontics & prosthodontics
  • Track 16-6Oral Hygienist

Diabetes   Nurse Practitioner is one who helps patients with diabetes (a disease that prevents the body from producing or absorbing enough insulin). Since much of their job is spent relaying important information between patients, doctors, and family members, a diabetes nurse’s greatest asset is their ability to communicate. Many Diabetes Nurses become advocates for diabetes awareness and go on to become diabetes educators.

  • Track 17-1Genetics and Diabetes
  • Track 17-2Diabetes: Research
  • Track 17-3Diabetes Management
  • Track 17-4Clinical Trials in Diabetes
  • Track 17-5Gestational Diabetes

Also called a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners do many of the same things a psychiatrist does, including diagnosing mental illness and prescribing medication. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, you’ll also act as a therapist, helping patients with depression, anxiety and suicidal individuals, and other conditions that can be remedied with counseling

  • Track 18-1Schizophrenia and Nursing Care
  • Track 18-2Translational Psychiatry
  • Track 18-3Clinical Psychology
  • Track 18-4Psychiatric Disorders
  • Track 18-5Anxiety and sleep disorders- Nursing care
  • Track 18-6Assessment and Evaluation of Mental Health
  • Track 18-7 Modern psychiatry

Healthcare Nurses analyze health and public policies, helping to create a healthier society. Nurses with expertise in this growing role can be leaders in advocacy, research, analysis, policy development, implementation and evaluation. As a Health Policy Nurse, you can work in health services research firms, legislative offices, for healthcare provider associations, or hold elective office.

  • Track 19-1Healthcare
  • Track 19-2Public Heath
  • Track 19-3Gerontology Nursing
  • Track 19-4Healthcare informatics
  • Track 19-5Nutrition and Healthcare
  • Track 19-6Primary Healthcare
  • Track 19-7Occupational Healthcare
  • Track 19-8Infectious Diseases and prevention
  • Track 19-9Healthcare and Management