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Nursing is a profession that involves giving on going care to people who are sick, injured, disabled, or dying. Nursing is also responsible for supporting the health of individuals, families, and communities in hospital and community settings. On a daily basis, nurses are involved in health care research, management, policy discussions, and patient advocacy, with knowledge from nursing, society, and Public health. Public health nursing promotes and protects people's health. The primary goal of public health is to promote overall health and disease prevention for the entire population. This includes identifying the people who are at risk in the community, such as those who have contagious diseases. Families and individuals who benefit from health promotion or who are at risk of disease, injury, disability, or early death are identified through a systematic process of analysing the medical requirements of the population.

  • Critical care nursing
  • Health diversity
  • Mental health and psychiatric nursing
  • Nurse career and education
  • Nurse practitioners

 Related Associations and Societies:

Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | American Nursing Informatics Association | The National League for Nursing (NLN) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | Southern nursing research society (SNRS) | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery

 

  • Track 1-1Critical care nursing
  • Track 1-2Health diversity
  • Track 1-3Mental health and psychiatric nursing
  • Track 1-4Nurse career and education
  • Track 1-5Nurse practitioners

Primary health care is the beginning of the health-care system, and it is usually a person's first experience with it. It encompasses a wide range of activities and services that are provided outside of the hospital setting, ranging from health promotion and prevention to acute and chronic illness treatment and management. General practitioners, nurses, and a variety of allied health professionals such as chiropractors, optometrists, pharmacists and physiotherapists make up the primary health care workforce, which is broad and diverse.

  • Provision of medical care
  • Safe water supply and basic sanitation
  • Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases

Related Associations and Societies:

National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses | American Association of Nurse Anaesthetists | Southern nursing research society (SNRS)  | National Nursing Staff Development Organization | Oncology Nursing Society | Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) | National Association of School Nurses (NASN) | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom

 

 

  • Track 2-1Provision of medical care
  • Track 2-2Safe water supply and basic sanitation
  • Track 2-3Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases

An oncology nurse is a nurse that specialises in providing care to cancer patients. Beyond a conventional baccalaureate nursing education may provide, these nurses require additional qualifications and cancer clinical experience. Oncology nursing care is defined as providing for oncology patients' requirements throughout their illness, including adequate screenings and other prevention efforts, symptom management, care to maintain as much normal function as possible, and supporting measures at the end of life.

Oncology nurses, like any Registered Nurse have a large variety of settings they can work in. Oncology nurses can work inpatient settings such as hospitals, outpatient settings, in hospice services, or in physician offices. There are a variety of specialties such as radiation, surgery, paediatric, or gynaecologic. Oncology nurses have advanced knowledge of assessing the client’s status and from this assessment will help the multi-disciplinary medical team to develop a treatment plan.

  • Haematology
  • Metastatic breast cancer
  • Renal cell carcinoma
  • Melanoma

Related Associations and Societies:

American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | National Nursing Staff Development Organization | Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) | Southern nursing research society (SNRS) | American association of neuroscience nurses (AANN) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses

  • Track 3-1Haematology
  • Track 3-2Metastatic breast cancer
  • Track 3-3Renal cell carcinoma
  • Track 3-4Melanoma

Orthopaedic nursing is a nursing speciality that focuses on musculoskeletal problems prevention and treatment. Acute difficulties, such as fractures or hospitalisation for joint replacement, are treated differently than chronic systemic illnesses, such as loss of bone density or lupus erythematous. People with musculoskeletal diseases and disorders such as arthritis, fracture, fractured bones, joint replacements, hereditary deformities, and osteoporosis are cared for by an Orthopaedic nurse. When musculoskeletal disorders need surgery, Orthopaedic Nurses assist doctors during the procedure and later support patients in regaining mobility and strength. An Orthopaedic Nurse's role also includes educating patients and their families about musculoskeletal illness prevention, symptoms, and treatments.

  •        Rheumatoid arthritis
  •        Joint disorders
  •        Osteoporosis
  •        Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus
  •        Spinal disorders

Related Associations and Societies:

National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | American Nursing Informatics Association | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | National Nursing Staff Development Organization | The National League for Nursing (NLN) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association


  • Track 4-1Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Track 4-2Joint disorders
  • Track 4-3Osteoporosis
  • Track 4-4Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus
  • Track 4-5Spinal disorders

Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are also known as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), and they are licenced to provide evidence-based care to patients by reviewing and resolving their problems. Nursing practitioner is "a registered medical assistant who has gained a comprehensive knowledge base, developed fundamental leadership abilities, and clinical skills for long-term sharpening in the country in which they are accredited for Expert Nursing" (NP). Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) are nurses who have been approved to provide evidence-based practise through examination and treatment of specific conditions.

  • Nursing theorists works
  • Critical care nursing management
  • Nursing practitioners
  • Diversity in healthcare
  • Stress management practice for night Shifts

Related Associations and Societies:

Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | American Association of Nurse Anaesthetists | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) | The American Nurses Association (ANA) | The American Nurses Association (ANA) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)

 

  • Track 5-1Nursing theorists works
  • Track 5-2Critical care nursing management
  • Track 5-3Nursing practitioners
  • Track 5-4Diversity in healthcare
  • Track 5-5Stress management practice for night shifts

Nurses are part of a primary healthcare team that includes doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, and nutritionists in a general practice surgery. Nurses in general practise are taking on a larger range of responsibilities.

Nurses can build long-term relationships with individuals and families while managing their diseases and improving their physical and mental health. However, this is only possible if enough time is spent helping patients establish effective self-management and prevention strategies.

A practising nurse is responsible for practically every element of patient care and treatment, including:

  • Treatment of minor injuries
  • assisting persons with long-term illnesses
  • Health examination
  • Vaccination campaigns in progress (e.g. against flu)

Related Associations and Societies:

American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | The National League for Nursing (NLN) | National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) | Southern nursing research society (SNRS) | The American Nurses Association (ANA) | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | American Nursing Informatics Association

 

  • Track 6-1Treatment of minor injuries
  • Track 6-2assisting persons with long-term illnesses
  • Track 6-3Health examination
  • Track 6-4Vaccination campaigns in progress

Pain is the most prevalent sign of thousands of accidents, diseases, disorders, and conditions that you may encounter throughout your life. Treatments for illnesses and disorders might potentially cause it. Pain can continue for a long period of time before disappearing as you heal (acute pain). It could possibly last months or years (chronic pain).

Pain management professionals use drugs, surgeries, exercises, and therapy to help you manage your pain. Clinician may suggest one strategy or a combination of approaches to reduce or relieve pain.

  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Complex regional syndrome
  • Pain management medication
  • Transcutaneous electrical stimulation

Related Associations and Societies:

The American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRN) | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | The National League for Nursing (NLN) | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | National Association of School Nurses (NASN)

  • Track 7-1Complex regional syndrome
  • Track 7-2Chronic pain management
  • Track 7-3Pain management medication
  • Track 7-4Transcutaneous electrical stimulation

The information, skills, and attitudes that are supposed to be developed in pre-licensure nursing programmes define quality and safety in nursing. Patient safety is the cornerstone of high-quality health care, and it refers to how hospitals and other health-care facilities safeguard their patients against mistakes, injuries, accidents, and infection. Nurses are in a unique position to improve health-care quality by applying patient-safety treatments and methods, as well as monitoring and coordinating care quality to avoid poor health outcomes.

  • Health equity
  • Patient safety
  • Infection prevention and control

Related Associations and Societies:

Oncology Nursing Society | the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) | Southern nursing research society (SNRS) | The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)


  • Track 8-1Health equity
  • Track 8-2Patient safety
  • Track 8-3Infection prevention and control

Nephrology nurses utilise nursing to care for patients of all ages with kidney disease or who are at risk of getting it. Both sickness prevention and assessment of patients' and families' health needs are included in nephrology nursing. Nephrology nurses must be well-educated, highly trained, and motivated because their work spans the life cycle and involves patients who are experiencing the real or threatened effects of acute or chronic kidney disease.

Urology nurses specialise on diseases of the bladder, kidneys, and urethra. Kidney stones, urinary tract infections, and cancer are all illnesses that these nurses treat. Patients undergoing treatments like vasectomy and prostate surgery are also looked after by them.

  • Chronic kidney diseases
  • Chronic renal failure
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Bladder cancer
  • Genitourinary surgery

Related Associations and Societies:

National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | Oncology Nursing Society | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses | American Association of Nurse Anaesthetists | Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) | American Nursing Informatics Association

 

  • Track 9-1Chronic kidney diseases
  • Track 9-2Chronic renal failure
  • Track 9-3Diabetes mellitus
  • Track 9-4Bladder cancer
  • Track 9-5Genitourinary surgery

A certified registered nurse anaesthetist or just “nurse anaesthetist” is an advanced practice registered nurse who administers anaesthesia and other medications. They also take care of and monitor people who receive or are recovering from anaesthesia. Anaesthesia is a medical treatment that keeps you from feeling pain during procedures or surgery. Different types of anaesthesia work in different ways. Some anaesthetic medications numb certain parts of your body, while other medications work on your brain to induce sleep

Perianesthesia nursing is a broad topic that covers a wide range of patient care scenarios. Perianesthesia nursing has long been recognised as a critical care specialty. The perianesthesia nurse's major purpose is to provide professional and efficient care to patients and their families who are having an anaesthetic event. This treatment can be delivered in a traditional context, such as a hospital, or in a non-traditional setting, such as a doctor's office. A Perianesthesia nurse can provide treatment anywhere a patient can get anaesthesia, from light sedation to general anaesthesia

  • Local anaesthetics
  • General anaesthetics
  • Analgesics
  • Sedatives
  • Muscle relaxants

Related Associations and Societies:

Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | American Nursing Informatics Association | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | American Association of Nurse Anaesthetists | National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses | Southern nursing research society (SNRS) | American Nursing Informatics Association

 

  • Track 10-1Local anaesthetics
  • Track 10-2General anaesthetics
  • Track 10-3Analgesics
  • Track 10-4Sedatives
  • Track 10-5Muscle relaxants

Neuroscience nursing is concerned with assisting patients who are suffering from neurological issues. This can include head and spinal damage from accidents, as well as illnesses such meningitis, redness, epilepsy, and other pathologies.

Individuals who have undergone changes in function or abnormalities in consciousness and cognition, communication, mobility, rest and sleep, sensations, and sexuality are cared for by neuroscience nurses. In order to work in the neuroscience sector, a nurse must appreciate technology and dealing with people, as well as possess physical and mental stamina.

  • Cellular and molecular neuroscience
  • Cognitive and behavioural neuroscience
  • Computational neuroscience.
  • Translational and clinical neuroscience

Related Associations and Societies:

The American Nurses Association (ANA) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | American Nursing Informatics Association | Oncology Nursing Society | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | Home Healthcare Nurses Association

 

  • Track 11-1Cellular and molecular neuroscience
  • Track 11-2Cognitive and behavioural neuroscience
  • Track 11-3Computational neuroscience
  • Track 11-4Translational and clinical neuroscience

Palliative care is a method of treating patients and their families who are dealing with the effects of a life-threatening illness. It prevents and alleviates suffering by detecting, assessing, and treating pain and other disorders, whether they are physical, psychosocial, or spiritual.

Palliative care supports patients and their carers through a collaborative approach. This includes meeting basic needs and offering grief counselling. It provides a support structure to assist patients in living as fully as possible until their death.

A wide spectrum of disorders necessitates palliative care. The majority of persons who require palliative care have chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease (38.5%), cancer (34%), chronic respiratory disease (10.3%), AIDS (5.7%), and diabetes (4.6 %). Kidney failure, chronic liver disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, neurological disease, dementia, congenital defects, and drug-resistant tuberculosis are all disorders that may necessitate palliative care. Pain and difficulty in breathing are two of the most frequent and serious symptoms experienced by patients in need of palliative care.

  • Medication
  • Nutritional changes
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Emotional and spiritual support
  • Support for children or family caregivers

Related Associations and Societies:

Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | Oncology Nursing Society | The American Nurses Association (ANA) | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) | Home Healthcare Nurses Association

 

  • Track 12-1Medication
  • Track 12-2Nutritional changes
  • Track 12-3Relaxation techniques
  • Track 12-4Emotional and spiritual support
  • Track 12-5Support for children or family caregivers

Nursing management comprises the implementation of professional management features as well as basic initiative within therapeutic specialist associations. It ties together organisational shapes including orchestrating, dealing with, staffing, planning, and controlling. Enrolled orderlies must complete additional schooling to get a Master of Science in Nursing or a Doctor of Nursing Practice in order to advance to positions of power in nursing. Organizational jobs are based on the assumption that the individual will have changed nursing degrees.

The presentation of the initiative parts of administration and dynamic inside organisations via attendants is part of nursing the executives. It includes actions that are fundamental to all administration, such as planning, sorting, staffing, coordinating, and controlling. Enlisted nurses frequently pursue additional education to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing or a Doctor of Nursing Practice in order to prepare for leadership roles in the nursing field.

  • Recruitment and Retention
  • Innovative Technology
  • Culturally Aware Patient Care
  • Employee Engagement
  • Promoting Self-Care

Related Associations and Societies:

American Nursing Informatics Association | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | Oncology Nursing Society| Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | The American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses

 

  • Track 13-1Recruitment and retention
  • Track 13-2Innovative technology
  • Track 13-3Culturally aware patient care
  • Track 13-4Employee engagement
  • Track 13-5Promoting self-care

Geriatric Nursing is the branch of geriatrics that deals with older people. Geriatric nurses want to collaborate with older persons, their families, and communities in order to give good quality and maximum functionality of life for them. Patient care, treatment planning, education, mental health, and rehabilitation are all demanded of geriatric nurses. They also play a variety of functions at work. For their patients, they can also serve as advocates, counsellors, and educators.

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Elder abuse
  • Older workers and retirement
  • Social and sociological issues

Related Associations and Societies:

Home Healthcare Nurses Association | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses (APON) | American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses | The National League for Nursing (NLN) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | Saudi Association for Professional Nursing | National Nursing Staff Development Organization | National Association of School Nurses (NASN) | American nursing informatics

 

  • Track 14-1Alzheimer’s disease
  • Track 14-2Elder abuse
  • Track 14-3Older workers and retirement
  • Track 14-4Social and sociological issues

Maternal and child health care refers to the health services offered to women throughout pregnancy, delivery, and lactation, as well as children under the age of five, with the goal of improving their health. The biggest reason of untimely mortality of mothers and children in the worth is a lack of attention to maternity and child health care. It is impossible to improve community health until significant progress is made in maternal and child health care. In comparison to industrialised countries, the state of maternal and child health care in developing countries like ours is appalling. Because of increasing maternal, new born, and child mortality rates, the health of emerging countries is deteriorating. It is quite important

  • Prenatal care
  • Infant mortality
  • Teenage pregnancy
  • HIV infected mothers and infants

 Related Associations and Societies:

American Association of Nurse Anaesthetists | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | The Emergency Nurses Association(ENA) | American Association of Nurse anaesthetists | Association of perioperative Registered Nurses(APON) | American Nursing Informatics Association | Oncology Nursing Society | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS).

 

 

  • Track 15-1Prenatal care
  • Track 15-2Infant mortality
  • Track 15-3Teenage pregnancy
  • Track 15-4HIV infected mothers and infants

Health informatics is concerned with the use of information systems, informatics principles, and information technology to the healthcare continuum. Management science, management engineering concepts, healthcare delivery and public health, patient safety, information science, and computer technology are all specialised topics within it. Health informatics programmes stand out because they provide a wide range of practise and research choices.

  •         Health care management and technology adoption
  •         E-Learning in health care settings
  •         Decision modelling and natural language processing
  •         Disease-based or specific clinical issues
  •         Health Information safety and security

Related Associations and Societies:

European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | The American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) | American Nursing Informatics Association | Home Healthcare Nurses Association | The American Nurses Association (ANA) | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom | American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS)


  • Track 16-1Health care management and technology adoption
  • Track 16-2E-Learning in health care settings
  • Track 16-3Decision modelling and natural language processing
  • Track 16-4Disease-based or specific clinical issues
  • Track 16-5Health Information safety and security

Nursing Education Innovations is a collaborative effort to assess and encourage the next generation of nurses. It is currently dealing with a growing shortage of nurses, owing to a slowing population growth and a dearth of available nursing school spots across the country. Concern about the nurse expert shortage can be seen in reports from prominent nursing organisations all around the country, as well as in the actions of a number of state work stress centres. Because of this commitment, it is vital to address the issue of nurse faculty shortages. The goal is to assist in the development of Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education which will fund nursing assessments. The purpose of this idea is for the development.

  • Nursing informatics
  • Simulations in nursing education
  • Technology & nursing education
  • Inter professional education
  • Advanced educational technology
  • Online education

 Related Associations and Societies:

Association of perioperative Registered Nurses | European Honour Society of Nursing and Midwifery | National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) | Philippine Nurses Association of United Kingdom American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRS) | Oncology Nursing Society | Home Healthcare Nurses Association

 

  • Track 17-1Nursing informatics
  • Track 17-2Simulations in nursing education
  • Track 17-3Technology & nursing education
  • Track 17-4Inter professional education
  • Track 17-5Advanced educational technology
  • Track 17-6Online education