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60th World Nursing Conference, will be organized around the theme “Nurses: A Voice to lead- A vision for Future Heathcare”
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Nursing professionals around the world are experiencing an array of changes as the healthcare industry is continuously adapting more advanced technology and medical trends. Nurses adapt themselves to various fields of medicine and medical research, and many new fields of medical research require the assistance of nurses. Some of them are: Genetics nursing, Stem-cell technology nursing, Fertility nursing, Holistic nursing, etc. This session covers such new fields and its requirements.
Evidence Based clinical practice gives better outcomes, the need for nurses trained in evidence-based nursing is increasing. It requires nurses to use analytical skills and decision-making skills to successfully deal with clinical situations. Since nurses spend more time with the patients than anybody else in the healthcare industry, better equipment of nurses with evidence-based practice is essential for improved patient care.
Globally, public health concerns from non-communicable diseases and environmental factors is increasing, and risk from communicable diseases is decreasing. In developing countries, the risk of communicable diseases still prevails. Nurses must play roles in both situations; in prevention and control of communicable diseases, as well as in addressing non-communicable diseases and environmental risk factors.
The global incidence of trauma and emergency medical cases are on the rise, mainly due to road traffic accidents, violence, sudden illnesses, drowning and animal bites. Risks of natural and manmade disasters are also prevalent. Hence, the requirement for skilled emergency service nurses is also increasing. Nurses will need rapid assessment and decision-making skills, the requirements and research for which will be discussed in this session.
According to WHO, every year, around 40 million people require palliative care, out of which 78% live in developing and underdeveloped countries. Only 14% people receive the palliative care they require. The need for palliative nursing is increasing, due to the rise in non-communicable diseases and the world’s ageing population. Sub-standard training and lack of awareness of palliative care is prevalent among nurses, the solutions and opportunities for which will be discussed in this session.
Despite tons of research and a $147 billion drug market, cancer is still the second leading cause of death worldwide. The risk factors include dietary changes, environmental factors, lifestyle transitions, viral infections etc. Nursing care is required for the increasing number of patients and for creating awareness and prevention of dietary, lifestyle and occupational factors in reducing the risk of cancer.
Approximately 4.5 million people with developmental disabilities reside in the US1 and represent a population at high risk for severe health outcomes from COVID-19.2 Developmental disability (DD) represents a broad group of conditions that originate before age 22, are expected to last a lifetime, and result in significant impairments in physical or mental functioning, impacting day-to-day living and necessitating supports and assistance.3 Examples of DD include autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disability, and congenital blindness. Emerging data from states indicate that people with DD have higher case fatality rates from COVID-19 than people without disabilities
The SNF Tracker and Supplement Data provide an indicator on the rate of virus spread within skilled nursing communities by geographic location, offering a way to better understand where and why cases are spreading, slowing, or remaining flat. Data show incremental confirmed cases and fatalities week-over-week on a per-facility basis, percent of residents with newly confirmed cases, percent of fatalities, and occupancy changes (based on CMS data) in same store* skilled nursing facilities.
One-fourth of the people in the world will be affected by Covid-19 problems at some point in their lives. Still, two-thirds of people with a known mental disorder never seek medical attention. The stigma and discrimination surrounding mental Covid-19 prevents people from seeking care. In this session, possible solutions for such stigma and the effects on psychiatric nurses themselves will be discussed.
The assistance of midwives and neonatal nurses during pregnancy, birth and after birth is essential to prevent complications and deaths. They also ensure that the mother and the baby receive good care in these times. Each year, 358,000 women die during pregnancy or labor, and around 2 million newborn babies die shortly after birth, due to insufficient care. Possible solutions to expand midwifery and neonatal care in various countries shall be discussed in this session.
Globally, 266.2 to 359.5 million operations were performed in 2012 alone, which is 38% higher than the previous years. The estimate is expected to increase in the upcoming years. This session discusses research, case reports and evidence obtained in planning, implementation and evaluation of treatment of the patient.
The first consideration when it comes to nursing management is what it entails. Managerial nurses must not only be able to play a leading role in making vital decisions in patient care, but are also expected to carry out defined duties to support the wider nursing team. Working in nursing management is a varied and diverse role, where no two days are the same. You will be responsible for leading a team of nurses and healthcare practitioners, advising them in patient care, as well as supporting their own needs on a daily basis. Nurse managers are also major proponents of holistic care for patients, particularly long-term patients or those with chronic conditions. Besides this, nurses in management roles are responsible for a range of administrative duties, from managing patient records to recruiting new members of staff.
The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) had caused 80,815 human infections and 3073 deaths in China, including more than 3000 infections among medical staff. Guangdong Second Provincial General Hospital (Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China), a provincial emergency hospital, has treated more than 35 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and more than 260 suspected cases. Most of nurses’ work involves direct contact with patients. As nurses have high vulnerability to COVID-19, it is necessary to establish hospital-specific protocols to reduce the risk of nurses’ infection in interactions with COVID-19 patients. Our hospital has maintained a “zero nurse infection” rate while battling SARS in 2003 and during the present COVID-19 epidemic
Nursing Research is a logical examination of an issue of significance to the field of Nursing. It is a methodical request intended to create reliable evidence about issues of significance to the nursing calling, including nursing practice, instruction, organization, and informatics. It is fundamental for the improvement of exact information that empowers nurses to give evidence-based consideration. The nursing calling is responsible for giving top notch, financially savvy care for patients and families.
Workplace violence represents a significant health and safety concern for all workers, however care employees above all face significant risk. Health and work industries account for 48% of all non-fatal injuries from activity assaults and violent acts. Within the healthcare setting, bound environments are a lot of susceptible to geographical point violence than others. medical specialty units and emergency departments, as an example, have the highest proportion of prevalence. it's necessary that care employees recognize specific risk factors so as to avoid or manage probably violent situations. once workers members are tuned in to the external and internal threats, they are higher ready to go with applicable pointers and policies that mitigate their risk. Understanding geographical point violence within the care setting is the opening in making a secure surroundings for workers, patients and visitors.
Holistic Nursing refers to a kind of nursing practice which focuses on treating the patient as a whole as opposed to merely treating the symptoms of their present condition. A holistic nurse, also called a complementary health nurse, is a board-certified RN who takes a mind-body-spirit-emotion approach to the practice of traditional nursing. Holistic nurses often employ alternative forms of medicine alongside traditional Western medicine in their practice. This may include dietary advice, acupuncture, therapeutic massage, and meditation therapy. Those practicing holistic nursing often will encourage patients to integrate self-care, self-responsibility, spirituality, and reflection into their lives so as to help maintain a proper balance of mind, body, and spirit.
Despite the stigma attached to it, more men are taking up nursing as their profession. Currently, only 7% of nurses are males. Though male nurses can specialize in all fields, men dominate as nurse anesthetists, with a 41.7% representation globally. Many male nurses also prefer Travel Nursing due to its higher pay scale and flexibility. This session focusses on the scope, advantages of men in nursing and possible ways to encourage more male students take up nursing as their profession.