International Meeting on

Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice

Melbourne, Australia   July 31-Aug 01, 2017

Melbourne, Australia July 31-Aug 01, 2017

Theme: Novel approaches and Improved Evidences in Nursing Practice

Track 1: Nursing Education and Research

Nursing Education and Research is a scientific investigation of an issue of importance to the field of nursing. It is a systematic inquiry designed to develop trustworthy evidence about issues of importance to the nursing profession, including nursing practice, education, administration, and informatics. It is essential for the development of empirical knowledge that enables nurses to provide evidence based care. The nursing profession is accountable to society for providing high quality, cost-effective care for patients and families.

Track 2: Evidence Based Clinical practice

Evidence based nursing practice is the process of shared decision making between practitioner, patient and significant others, based on research evidence, the patient’s experiences and preferences, clinical expertise, and other robust sources of information. It determines the best way to deliver health care services to ensure that the greatest number of people receive care. Empirical knowledge can be developed to improve nursing care, patient outcomes & health care delivery system.

Track 3: Evidence Based Non Clinical Practice

Evidence based non clinical practice refers to decision-making profoundly affect medical decisions. These influences patient-related factors such as socioeconomic status, quality of life and patient’s expectations and wishes, physician-related factors such as personal characteristics and interaction with their professional community, and features of clinical practice such as private versus public practice as well as local management policies.

Track 4: Innovations in Nursing Education

Innovations in nursing have become an increasingly important concept in nursing literature. Nursing education promotes an awareness of the diversity that exists within nursing education and the common purposes that bind it together, encourages shared understandings of the various pathways that exist within nursing education and promotes community among nursing students, nurse educators and nurses regarding the complexities surrounding educational preparation for nurse practice.

Track 5: Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals

Healthcare workers are attributed to the group at highest risk of biological factors, as they are daily exposed to the diseased environment at their working places. Nursing professionals are commonly identified as being at risk for patient handling injuries, but many other health care professionals providing direct care during the course of a patient’s hospital stay are also potentially at risk. Neuroticism, agreeability and conscientiousness are character qualities mainly seen in burnout syndrome in nurses.

Track 6: Clinical Nursing   

Clinical nursing research is designed to guide nursing to improve the health and quality of the life of clients.in addition to provide direct patient care, clinical nurse, and Specialists influence care outcomes by providing expert consultation for nursing staffs and by implementing improvements in health care delivery systems. Clinical nursing studies aims to enrich insight into clinical need and implications for nursing intervention and models of service delivery, and encourage the debate on all spheres of nursing and midwifery practice.

Track 7: Critical Care and Emergency Nursing

Critical care nursing helps nurses to provide safe, effective, patient-centered care in a variety of critical care settings.critical nursing is the delivery of specialized care to critically ill patients that is, ones who have life threatening illnesses or injuries. Critical care nurses provide specialty care to patients with immediate, life-threatening injuries and illnesses. There are many subspecialties within critical care providing enhanced opportunities for clinical practice and professional growth.

Track 8: Healthcare and Management

Healthcare Management System will be used to facilitate the medical requirements. It will be used to maintain the medical history of Patients / employees / Dependents. Healthcare Administration works to make sure that the establishment that they work for can adequately provide care while staying within their budget to provide care for the whole community. Nursing service administration is a complex of elements in interaction. It results in output of clients whose health is unavoidably deteriorating, maintained, or improved through input of personnel & material resources used in an orderly process of nursing services.

Track 9:  New Technology in Nursing Education

Nurse Practitioners have changed the way they administer patient care. They are able to increase their workflow all while limiting their human errors. In return, it makes their job safer, and it is also less challenging on their bodies. Wireless badges or headsets integrate what were once multiple communication methods such as phones and pagers into one seamless technology, reducing response times. New technology can be as intimidating for nurses as it sometimes is for patients, so appropriate training and system design is vital for success. As technology is adapted into more health care settings, it may eventually be used in new, unexpected ways, or bring to light new possibilities that can improve nursing practice and health care even further.

Track 10: Nurse Practitioners Updates

The Second World War increased the development of skills base amongst nurses and enhanced development of Specialist Nurse Role.

Advanced practice nursing is built upon basic nursing education and practice, and NPs possess comprehensive assessment, interviewing, patient and family education, counselling, communication, and care management skills. The nurse practitioner practice is evidence-based and evolves in response to developments in nursing research, advances in medical therapeutics, and changes in the health care delivery system.

Track 11: Nursing informatics

Nursing informatics is a specialty that integrates nursing science, computer science, and information science to manage and communicate data, information, knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practice. Nursing informatics facilitates the integration of data, information, knowledge, and wisdom to support patients, nurses, and other providers. It is the specialty that integrates nursing science with multiple information and analytical sciences to identify, define, manage and communicate data, information, knowledge and wisdom in nursing practice. In all types of health care organizations, nursing is the hub of the information flow. Developing the science and technology of nursing informatics will enhance the information available to nurses for clinical practice, management, education, and research and will facilitate the role of nurses as communicators

Track 12: Nursing Management

 Nursing Management is the process of working through nursing personnel to provide care, cure, and comfort to group of patients. Throughout history, nursing has been required to respond to changing technological and social forces. The new managerial responsibilities placed on organized nursing services require nurse administrators who are knowledgeable, skilled, and competent in all aspects of management. Now more than ever there is a great emphasis on the business of health care, with managers being involved in the financial and marketing aspects of their respective departments. To confront expanding responsibilities and demands, the manager’s role must take on new dimensions to facilitate quality outcomes in patient care and meet other strategic institutional goals and objective

Track 13: Evolution in Emergency Medicine Practices

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 centres, sports arenas, and more. To provide quality patient care for people of all ages, emergency nurses must possess both general and specific knowledge about health care to provide quality patient care for people of all ages. Emergency nurses must be ready to treat a wide variety of illnesses or injury situations, ranging from a sore throat to a heart attack. Many emergency nurses acquire additional certifications in the areas of trauma nursing, pediatric nursing, nurse practitioner, and various areas of injury prevention.

Track 14: Primary Care Services

Primary care is an essential element for healthy living. Every patient should have a primary care provider who helps them stay healthy, manage any chronic medical conditions, and assist with diagnosis and treatment of minor medical problems. Primary health care includes a range of services, including a focus on wellness, and connecting people with social supports that influence their health status, such as housing or parental support. The role of nurses and midwives, like other health professionals, is as providers of health promotion, prevention strategies, assessment, care, treatment, rehabilitation and palliation. While health professionals can be participants as citizens and experts in some aspects of the provision of primary health care, their contributions must be as partners, guides and collaborators. Care must be provided in a way that is not seen as dominating, with the providers imposing their values and will. Primary Healthcare is dedicated to serving those who experience a barrier in receiving care.

Track 15: Legal Nursing

A legal nurse is an experienced registered nurse who brings his/her medical training and education into the legal field and acts as a consultant for legal matters and/or cases where the presence of a medical expert would be beneficial.

                           Nursing includes professionals in clinical nursing, nursing management, healthcare quality assurance and healthcare risk management. Many legal issues focus on nurses’ professional negligence, employment, discrimination and licensing. Nurse Practice Acts (NPAs) are laws in each state that are overseen by the state boards of nursing. They are also responsible for licensing of nurses and determining who is competent to practice nursing. Common Law is derived from principles or social mores rather than from rules and regulations. It consists of broad, interpretive principles based on reason, traditional justice and common sense. Together, the NPAs and judge made case law define nursing practice. It is a nurse's responsibility to be informed on both the NPA and common law of judicial case law for the state(s) in which they are licensed to practice.

Track 16: Advanced nursing practice

Advanced nursing practice has emerged over the past decades as health care systems and governments around the world have come to recognize that optimizing the nursing contribution to health care through expanding their role is an effective strategy for improving health services. Advanced nursing practitioner in primary care has the ability to operate as an advanced generalist, and provide complete episodes of care for patients presenting with a wide variety of health and social care needs .the patient in primary care has the opportunity to consult with either general practitioner, advanced nursing practitioner or both. An advanced nursing practitioner in general practice who becomes the primary care provider may work with the patient to agree a plan of care, and may deliver a large proportion of that care themselves , or in partnership with medical colleagues and other members of the health and social care team.

Track 17: Cancer and Tumour Nursing

A Cancer and Tumour Nurse give consideration to malignancy patients and those at danger for getting the malady. An oncology nurse is a nursing professional who specializes in caring for people with cancer. Oncology nurses often serve as your first line of communication, and help coordinate the many aspects of your care throughout cancer treatment. Clinical ramifications and growth nursing in view of the rates of torment and different indications archived in the writing, changes in clinical practice are expected to lessen the side effect weight of occupants with tumour. Registered Nurses are key members of the health care team and play important roles in Cancer Care including health promotion, cancer prevention and screening, treatment and symptom management in acute, long term, community and palliative care. Oncology nursing is a specialty practice which requires additional knowledge and clinical skills to support patients diagnosed with cancer and their families.

Track 18: Mental Health Nursing

Psychiatric-mental health nursing is an integral part of the continuum of nursing practice. The practice of psychiatric mental health registered nurses includes the provision of comprehensive, patient-centered mental health and psychiatric care and treatment and outcome evaluation in a variety of settings across the entire continuum of care.  It is a interpersonal process whereby the nurse through the therapeutic use of self-assist an individual family, group or community to promote mental health, to prevent mental illness and suffering, to participate in the treatment and rehabilitation of the mentally ill and if necessary to find meaning in these experiences. New and emerging roles for psychiatric-mental health nurses, certification programs for graduate and experienced baccalaureate nurses, and the emergence of clinical nursing research are only some of the many changes occurring in the field of psychiatric- mental health nursing that have resulted in a burgeoning literature.                                                       

Meetings International proudly announces the Global Experts Meeting on “International Meeting on Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice” scheduled on July 31-Aug 02, 2017, Melbourne, Australia. With a theme of "Novel approaches and Improved evidences in Nursing Practice".

Meetings International provides a Global Platform for Nursing Professionals, Nursing Practitioners, Medical and Healthcare Professionals to Exchange Ideas, Knowledge and Networking at its 100+ International Conferences.

Nursing Meeting 2017 aims to discover advances in health practice, management and education in relation to health disparities as well as a breadth of other topics. A nursing professional has a special set of competence and ability. Not only can they diagnose patients and finally provide medication, but they also serve in leadership and consulting roles. NCS’s are prominent and impact health care across the board, from reducing medical complications to improving patient satisfaction. 

Nursing Conferences aims to discover advances in health practice, management and education in relation to health disparities as well as a breadth of other topics. The Nursing Conference is a platform for nursing students, faculty, deans, researchers, and leaders to collaborate on topics affecting nursing education. Attendees can: Take advantage of opportunities to learn about Nursing Conference from a variety of oral and poster presentations.  Meet and network with nurses ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers. Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with nurses from around the world. Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting nursing care.

This Conference involves of the theoretical and practical training provided to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. This education is provided to nursing students by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who have qualified or experienced for educational tasks. Most countries offer nurse education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas including mental health nursing, pediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Nurse Care also provides post-qualification courses in specialist subjects within nursing.

Meetings International Nursing Meeting will offer you an unmatched attendee experience. In addition to the many scientific sessions and take-home case study examples, you will leave this event with many other evidence based practice from some of our workshops and symposiums. We hope you will join us in Melbourne, Australia this July.

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CEO and Founder

Meetings International PTE LTD

Summary of Nursing Meeting 2017 Conference:-

Nursing Meeting 2017 provides a worldwide stage to worldwide systems administration and trading most recent developments in nursing and healthcare. Nursing Meeting 2017 is a platform which brings together individuals who have an interest in different fields of Nursing like critical care, midwifery & pregnancy, pediatric, emergency & tele-medicine nursing, psychiatric, cancer, cardiac, public health, and healthcare. Nursing conferences are specially designed to educate and to share the latest innovations in Nursing and healthcare. This conference helps to explore new practices and provides information on approach of nurses towards the healthcare systems and patient care. Evidence-based practice demands changes in education of students, more practice-relevant research, and closer working relationships between clinicians and researchers. Evidence-based practice also provides opportunities for nursing care to be more individualized, more effective, streamlined, and dynamic, and to maximize effects of clinical judgment.

Scope and Importance:-

Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. Nursing profession promote interdisciplinary team learning, team competency assessment & team evaluation. Nursing research is essential for the development of empirical knowledge that enables nurses to provide evidence-based nursing care. Evidence based nursing aims to guarantee high quality care, built on the best knowledge available, and to ensure that the health care systems resources are being used as efficiently as possible. Nurses have the responsibility to apply evidence based nursing to guarantee that their patients receive care according to science and clinical experience.

Types of Nursing:

  • Forensic Nursing

  • Community Health Nursing

  • Occupational Health Nursing

  • Neuroscience Nursing

  • Orthopaedic Nursing

  • Nursing Informatics

  • Palliative Care Nursing

  • Gastroenterology Nursing

  • Nephrology Nursing

  • Travel Nursing

  • Telenursing

  • Urology Nursing

  • Rehabilitation Nursing

  • Radiology Nursing

  • Vascular Nursing

  • Perinatal Nursing

  • Peri-anaesthesia Nursing

  • Perioperative Nursing

  • Veterinary Nursing

About Venue:

Melbourne is Victoria’s capital city and the business, administrative, cultural and recreational hub of the state. Melbourne was the initial capital following the 1901 Federation of Australia and of the south-eastern part of mainland Australia.  Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" refers to the area of urban agglomeration (as well as census statistical division) spanning 9,900 km2 (3,800 sq. mi) which comprises the broader metropolitan area. Melbourne rates highly in education, entertainment, health care, research and development, tourism and sport making it the world's most liveable city.

The main passenger airport serving the metropolis and the state is Melbourne Airport (also called Tullamarine Airport), which is the second busiest in Australia, and the Port of Melbourne is Australia's busiest seaport for containerised and general cargo.

Why to attend:

A Nursing Meeting is an opportunity to meet others within speciality to network and to learn the latest clinical information. It is an opportunity no nurse should overlook. Nursing conferences allow nurses of all levels of experience to participate in an area of career and education growth that is not easily found within the structure of the workplace.  Some nurses, especially those working at the bedside, may not see the significance of attending a conference. All too often the floor/bedside nurse believes that conferences are only for management, while others may think that spending one or more days not earning a pay check may not outweigh the opportunity to clock in some additional overtime. There may be a whole host of other reasons why a nurse would prefer to remain home rather than attending a conference. Despite the plentiful excuses (the top two being cost and time), the benefits far outweigh the costs.

Target Audience:

  • Leading World Doctors,

  • Registered Nurses

  • Professors

  • Research Fellows

  • Medical Research Institutions

  • Hospitals sharing their Novel Researches in the arena of Nursing, Healthcare & Medicine.

Number of Registered Nurses:

Australia: 256,794      

Worldwide: 20380000

Societies Associated with Nursing Research:-

City Statistics:-

Melbourne

Country wise Statistics:-

Australia

  • Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses association

  • Australian College of Critical Care Nurses

  • Australian College of Midwifery Incorporated

  • Australian Neonatal Nurses Association

  • Australian Nursing Council Inc.

  • Australian Nursing Federation

  • Nursing Council of New Zealand

  • Royal College of Nursing Australia Worldwide

International Statistics:

  • Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses

  • American Academy of Nursing

  • American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

  • American Association Of Managed Care Nurses

  • Certification Board of Perioperative Nursing

  • Dermatology Nurses Association

  • Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS)

  • Emergency Nursing Association (ENA)

  • The National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners

  • Respiratory Nursing Society

  • Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates

  • Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA)

Statistical Representation:-

Universities Associated with Nursing Research:-

There are 75 Nursing universities in Australia and 1510 universities in globally. Sydney Nursing School is grossed number one in analysis and academic perfection in Australia and 13th internationally (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016).

List of Universities in Melbourne:

  • Australian Catholic University

  • Deakin University

  • La Trobe University

  • Monash University

  • RMIT University

  • Victoria University

  • The University of Melbourne

List of Universities in Australia:

  • Australian Catholic University

  • Central Queensland University

  • Charles Darwin University

  • Charles Sturt University

  • Deakin University

  • Edith Cowan University

  • Flinders University

  • Griffith University

  • James Cook University

  • La Trobe University

  • Monash University

  • Murdoch University

  • RMIT University

  • The University of Sydney

  • Southcross University

  • University of Canberra

  • University of Tasmania

  • University of Western Sydney

  • University of Wollongong

List of Universities in the World:

  • University of Pennsylvania

  • Johns Hopkins University

  • University of Toronto

  • University of Alberta

  • Karolinska Institute

  • Kings College London

  • University of Michigan

  • University of North Carolina, San Francisco

  • University of Washington

Statistical Representation:-

 Hospitals Associated With Nursing Research:-

Country Statistics:-

  • Auburn Hospital 

  • Albany and Mt Isa Hospital

  • The Royal Melbourne Hospital 

  • New South Wales hospital

  • The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 

  • The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital 

  • The Royal Children’s Hospital

  • St John of God Healthcare

  • The St John of God Murdoch Hospital

  • The Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Worldwide Statistics:-

  •  Yale University School of Medicine

  •  New York University School of Medicine

  • Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine

  • Duke University School of Medicine

  •  Harvard Medical School

  •  Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • USF Health, Morsani College of Medicine

  • Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Washington University, School of Medicine

 

Market Growth of Nursing Research in the last and upcoming ten years

A substantial increase in the geriatric population across the globe has strengthened the demand for skilled nursing care services worldwide. The increasing number of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s along with high incidence of dementia, a common form of Alzheimer’s, is one of the key factors fuelling the growth of global skilled nursing care services market. On the basis of geography, Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and Rest of the World (RoW) are the key segments of the global skilled nursing care services market. North America holds the foremost position in the global skilled nursing care services market as an increased awareness about the significance of skilled nursing care services, infrastructural development, provision of reimbursement coverage, and a well-defined regulatory framework are driving the market’s growth. On account of the rising prevalence of diseases, the U.S. is the leading country in the North America market. Europe ranks second in the regional segment because of high healthcare expenditure coupled with elevated sense of awareness about these services.

The growth of medical tourism in Asia Pacific will also benefit the market for skilled nursing care services. Some of the key players operating in the global skilled nursing care services market are Lincare, Inc., Apria Healthcare Group Inc., Golden Living, Emeritus Corporation, Genesis Healthcare., Sunrise Senior Living Inc., Sun Healthcare Group Inc., Gentiva, Life Care Centers of America, Atria, Brookdale Senior Living, and Extendicare, Inc.     It is expected that Asia Pacific will exhibit immense opportunities

·         The global patient monitoring device market reached $15.9 billion and $16.9 billion in 2014 and 2015 respectively. The market should reach $23.8 billion in 2020, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% from 2015 to 2020.

 

·         The global market for elder-care technology products was valued at $3.7 billion in 2014. This market is expected to grow to $10.3 billion in 2020 from nearly $4.4 billion in 2015, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.8% from 2015 to 2020.

·         An overview of the evolving global market for electronic health records (EHR). The global wireless EHR market is expected to reach $ 11.2 billion in 2013.This market is further expected to grow upto $23.5 billion in 2018 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.1%

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Funds allotted to Nursing Research:-

Worldwide:-

The Sigma Theta Tau International Global Nursing Research Grant encourages nurses to focus on responding to health disparities globally. STTI a leader in the healthcare industry provides opportunities to engage with other nurses to develop the professional and leadership skills.

Allocation of funds is based on the quality of the proposed research, the future promise of the applicant, and the applicant's research budget. Annual funding for this grant is provided by the Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing's Patricia E. Thompson Giving Circle donors. Preference will be given to Sigma Theta Tau members, other qualifications being equal. Funds for this grant do not cover expenses incurred prior to the funding date.

GRANT DETAILS

Grants available: 1 per year

Funding           : up to US $10,000 (max)

Deadline          : 1 May 2017

Funding date   : 1 November 2017

As one of the 27 Institutes and Centers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) funds research that establishes the scientific basis for quality patient care. Often working collaboratively with physicians and other researchers, nurse scientists are vital in setting the national research agenda. Nursing research is a critical compliment to biomedical research, as it investigates how to prevent disease and promote healthy living.

NINR’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 funding level of $146 million is approximately 0.45% of the overall $32.1 billion NIH budget. Spending for nursing research is a modest amount relative to the allocations for other health science institutes and for major disease category funding.

 

Worldwide Grants for Nursing Research:

  • National League for Nursing Grant

  • Emergency Nurses Association Foundation Grant

  • Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Grant

  • Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Grant

  • Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation End-of-Life Nursing Care Research Grant

  • Midwest Nursing Research Society Research Grant

  • Southern Nursing Research Society Research Grant

  • May Grant Application Deadline:

  • Global Nursing Research Grant

  • American Nurses Foundation Grant

  • Chamberlain College of Nursing Education Research Grants

  • American Nurses Credentialing Center

  • Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Grant Program Grant

  • Joan K. Stout, RN, Research Grant

  • ATI Educational Assessment Nursing Research Grant

  • National Gerontological Nursing Association Research Grant

  • Oncology Nursing Society Foundation Grant

  • American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Grant

Institutional and Organizational Aid for Nursing Students:

  • Washington State University – College of Nursing Scholarship

  • Bob and Eleanor Grant Trust Fund

  • American Association of Men in Nursing

Bibliography:-

http://www.collegescholarships.org/grants/nursing.htm

http://www.nursingsociety.org/why-stti/stti-foundation-for-nursing

http://www.bccresearch.com/index/advancedsearch?cat_page_chk=9&title_page_chk=&word=2&category=1&all=yes&search_keyword=nursing+research&pagerecords=&Submit=Update+Result

 

 

 

 

  • Nursing Education and Research
  • Evidence-Based-Clinical Practice
  • Evidence Based- Non Clinical Practice
  • Innovations in Nursing Education
  • Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals
  • Clinical Nursing
  • Critical Care and Emergency Nursing
  • Healthcare and Management
  • New Technology in Nursing Education
  • Nurse Practitioners Updates
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Nursing Management
  • Evolution in Emergency Medicine Practices
  • Primary Care Services
  • Legal Nursing
  • Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Cancer and Tumour Nursing
  • Mental Health Nursing

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