2nd International Meeting on

Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice

Singapore City, Singapore   March 19-20, 2018

Call for Abstract

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 1-1: Veterinary Nursing Practice
  • Track 1-2: Veterinary Pathology
  • Track 1-3: Real time locating systems
  • Track 1-4: Nursing education
  • Track 1-5: Research priorities
  • Track 1-6: Patient safety
  • Track 1-7: New pedagogies
  • Track 1-8: Interprofessional education
  • Track 1-9: Evaluation Concepts and Education
  • Track 1-10: Transforming nursing education
  • Track 1-11: Research in nursing education

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 2-1: Child health
  • Track 2-2: Health promotion
  • Track 2-3: Mental health
  • Track 2-4: Nursing issues
  • Track 2-5: Pain management
  • Track 2-6: Primary health care
  • Track 2-7: Women’s health
  • Track 2-8: Assess actuarial risk
  • Track 2-9: Enhance intrinsic motivation
  • Track 2-10: Skill train with directed 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 3-1: General Nursing Care
  • Track 3-2: Oncology & Cancer Care
  • Track 3-3: Intensive & Clinical Care
  • Track 3-4: Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Track 3-5: Diabetes Care
  • Track 3-6: Dermatologic Care
  • Track 3-7: Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Track 3-8: Neurologic Care & Musculoskeletal Care
  • Track 3-9: Maternal/Child Care-Pediatrics
  • Track 3-10: Women’s Health & Geriatric Care

Reproductive Nurses counsel and treat families, couples, and individuals for fertility, conception, and other areas of reproduction. They also work with women going through menopause, teaching them about symptoms and treatment options. For Reproductive Nurses, good communication skills are a must—not only because of the sensitivity of their work, but they also serve as liaisons between surgeons, researchers, other nurses, and patients’ families. As a Reproductive Nurse, you’ll be on the front lines of medical advances like stem cell research.


  • Track 4-1: Sexual, Maternal and Perinatal Health
  • Track 4-2: Family Planning and Contraception
  • Track 4-3: Reproductive Medicine
  • Track 4-4: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology
  • Track 4-5: Reproductive health commodity security
  • Track 4-6: Reproductive Toxicology
  • Track 4-7: Reproductive Health , Rights and freedom
  • Track 4-8: Pregnancy and Pregnancy Complication
  • Track 4-9: Gynecology & Obstetrics

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 5-1: Breast Cancer
  • Track 5-2: Gastric Cancer
  • Track 5-3: Brain cancer
  • Track 5-4: Bone cancer
  • Track 5-5: Leukemia
  • Track 5-6: Kidney cancer
  • Track 5-7: Heart and lung cancer
  • Track 5-8: Anal and Prostate Cancer
  • Track 5-9: Liver and Colon rectal cancer
  • Track 5-10: Oral and oropharyngeal cancer
  • Track 5-11: Cervical cancer and vaginal cancer
  • Track 5-12: Neuroendocrine tumours and their management
  • Track 5-13: Acute renal failure

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.

  • Track 6-1: Psychiatric home care nurse
  • Track 6-2: Psychiatric consultation and liaison nurse
  • Track 6-3: Geropsychiatric nurse
  • Track 6-4: Psychiatric nurse educator

Surgical nursing is a nursing specialty that works with patients who are having operative or other invasive procedures. A surgical nurse, also referred to as a theatre nurse, specializes in preoperative care which means they provide care to patients before, during and after surgery. Perioperative nurses work closely with Surgeons, Aesthesiologists, nurse Anaesthetists, Surgeon's Assistants, Surgical Technologists, and Nurse Practitioners. They perform preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care primarily in operating theatre. Surgical patients (those who have undergone a minor or major surgical procedure) are nursed on different wards to medical patients.

  • Track 7-1: Perioperative (Surgical) Nursing
  • Track 7-2: Types of Surgical Nurses
  • Track 7-3: Recent Advances in Surgical Nursing
  • Track 7-4: Pediatric Nursing and Trauma Nursing
  • Track 7-5: Gynecological Surgery
  • Track 7-6: Vitreo Retinal Surgery
  • Track 7-7: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Track 7-8: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 7-9: Medical laboratory administration
  • Track 7-10: Medical laboratory administration
  • Track 7-11: Supervision of healthcare offices, hospitals, clinics

cardiovascular clinical nurse specialists work in hospitals. They care for critically ill patients, as well as those recovering from cardiac procedures such as bypass, angioplasty, or pacemaker surgery. Cardiovascular nurses may also help patients recover at home. These critical care nurses work with children and adults of all ages, although heart disease generally affects older people. They may also work as part of a team under the direction of a cardiologist.

  • Track 8-1: Heart strokes
  • Track 8-2: Poly trauma
  • Track 8-3: Multiple organ failure
  • Track 8-4: Organ dysfunction
  • Track 8-5: Life threatening conditions
  • Track 8-6: Continuous monitoring
  • Track 8-7: Efficient individualized care

An Orthopaedic Nurse deals with individuals with musculoskeletal illnesses and clutters like joint inflammation, cracks, broken bones, joint substitutions, hereditary distortions and osteoporosis. At the point when musculoskeletal issues require surgery, Orthopaedic Nurses help specialists with the operation and help them later with recuperating their portability and quality. Instruction is additionally an essential part of an Orthopaedic Nurse's employment, as they show patients and families about musculoskeletal infection avoidance, manifestations, and medicines.

  • Track 9-1: Back and Neck Pain
  • Track 9-2: Bone Cancer
  • Track 9-3: Knee and Joints Pains
  • Track 9-4: Chronic pain
  • Track 9-5: Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Track 9-6: Congenital Hand Deformities
  • Track 9-7: Fractures
  • Track 9-8: Lumbar Strain
  • Track 9-9: Multiple Myeloma

Men have had a long and significant association with nursing but it has been poorly documented, partly because of the problems with the nomenclature used to describe men in nursing roles. Men’s active involvement in nursing lessened in the late 19th century and Nightingale and her disciples certainly contributed to this phenomenon. The movement of men out of nursing also needs to be considered within the context of the dominant ideology of the Victorian era. This period saw the establishment of powerful male and female stereotypes, which are still influential today and acted to gender nursing as female. 

  • Track 10-1: Gender Roles in Nursing
  • Track 10-2: Role in Patient Safety
  • Track 10-3: Health Care and Nursing Studies
  • Track 10-4: Legal Nursing for Men
  • Track 10-5: Men Nursing Education System and Nursing Colleges
  • Track 10-6: Nursing practice By Men
  • Track 10-7: Fields of Nursing Preferred by men
  • Track 10-8: Prospects of Men in Nursing

Holistic nursing is a practice of nursing that focuses on healing the whole person. This practice recognizes that a person is not simply his or her illness. Holistic healing addresses the interconnectedness of the mind, body, spirit, social/cultural, emotions, relationships, context, and environment. All of these aspects combine to create the person, so in order to heal the person, the holistic nurse looks at all aspects and how they can affect the patient's health.

  • Track 11-1: Holistic education and research
  • Track 11-2: Holistic philosophy, theories, and ethics
  • Track 11-3: Holistic caring process
  • Track 11-4: Holistic communication
  • Track 11-5: Holistic self-care

Midwifery, also known as obstetrics, is the health profession that deals with the specialisation in pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), besides reproductive and sexual  health of women throughout their lives. A professional in midwifery is called as a midwife. Midwives are the community of midwifes who actually take care of the women bearing a child with help of consultants and referrals. The actual duty of the midwife is to look after a pregnant women and her baby throughout the antenatal period, during labour and child birth.                     

Pediatric nursing is the medical care of children and infants up to adolescence, usually in-patient hospital or day clinic. The main role of pediatric nurses is to manage procedures and medicines to children according to prescribed nursing care plans. Nurses also frequently assess the patients by observing vital signs, developing communication skills with children and family members and with medical teams.

  • Track 12-1: Womens Health
  • Track 12-2: Menstrual Cycle
  • Track 12-3: Midwifery
  • Track 12-4: Pregnancy
  • Track 12-5: Influence of Drugs and General Awareness on Pregnancy
  • Track 12-6: Neonatology
  • Track 12-7: Pediatrics
  • Track 12-8: Maternal and Child Health
  • Track 12-9: Abortions & Women’s Health
  • Track 12-10: Women Oncology
  • Track 12-11: Breast Diseases

A specialty practice that provides and delivers health and safety services to employees, employee populations, and community groups is Environmental health nursing. Environmental health nurses work on improving the health of an entire population instead of on caring for a single patient at a time. The health risks of Environmental pollution include diseases in almost all organ systems in which air and water pollution control links with diarrheal diseases, respiratory diseases in children and adults, cancers, neurological disorders, and cardiovascular disease. The fertilizers we drown our crops in are polluting the underground water in these areas, as well as the water bodies. The impact of air, water and food pollution is heavy in the climate change. To have a healthier environment we have to reduce unnecessary exposures to commonly used chemicals or other hazardous substances.

  • Track 13-1: Management of occupational and environmental health services
  • Track 13-2: Health promotion and disease prevention strategies
  • Track 13-3: Counseling, health education and training programs
  • Track 13-4: Research related to occupational and environmental health
  • Track 13-5: Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology
  • Track 13-6: Principles of Small Animal Care
  • Track 13-7: Foundations of Veterinary Nursing Theory
  • Track 13-8: Veterinary Science in Action
  • Track 13-9: Diagnostics for Veterinary Nurses
  • Track 13-10: Animal Welfare & Ethics
  • Track 13-11: Veterinary Theatre Nursing and Anaesthesia

Clinical nursing is an advanced field, which means you could also become employed in education and leadership roles. The work covers some common areas including emergency care, paediatrics and geriatrics. There is a high demand for clinical nurse specialists, particularly because they are so advanced. They are able to work as a primary care provider, but they earn less than physicians, which puts them in particularly high demand. For inner cities, this is a particularly important benefit, but also for under-served areas and rural communities. The demand is also for the expertise of clinical nurses, who are able to coach and mentor other nurses, thereby improving health outcomes across the board. There are a number of specializations that are nationally recognized for clinical nurses.


  • Track 14-1: Techniques in clinical nursing
  • Track 14-2: Clinical nursing and nursing theory
  • Track 14-3: Clinical nursing and clinical evaluation
  • Track 14-4: Clinical nursing and nursing management
  • Track 14-5: Practices in clinical nursing
  • Track 14-6: Community Nursing Rural Health
  • Track 14-7: Community Nursing Mental Health
  • Track 14-8: Community Nursing Education
  • Track 14-9: Family Nursing
  • Track 14-10: Transcultural Nursing
  • Track 14-11: Community Tele health
  • Track 14-12: Community Oncology Nursing
  • Track 14-13: Community Legal Services
  • Track 14-14: Occupational Health Nursing

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) speaks to about 16,000 exceptionally prepared experts in more than 100 nations who give mind in particular units and work toward the most ideal result for all basically sick and harmed patients. Yearly basic care solution costs expanded from $56.6 to $81.7 billion, speaking to 13.4% of doctor's facility costs, 4.1% of national wellbeing consumptions, and 0.66% of total national output. Cost funds up to $1 billion for every quality-balanced life year can be accomplished with basic care administration of serious sepsis, intense respiratory disappointment, and general basic care mediations. Twenty-four–hour intensives staffing diminishes ICU expenses and length of remain. Up to $13 million in yearly doctor's facility taken a toll investment funds can be acknowledged when mind is conveyed by an intensives-coordinated multi proficient group.


  • Track 15-1: Emergency Nursing
  • Track 15-2: Critical Care Emergency Nursing
  • Track 15-3: Types of Emergency Nursing
  • Track 15-4: Trauma Emergency Nursing
  • Track 15-5: Mid-wife Emergency Nursing
  • Track 15-6: Disaster Management and Responce Emergency Nursing

Medical attendant anaesthetists give anaesthesia and related care previously, then after the fact surgical, restorative, analytic and obstetrical strategies. They additionally give torment administration and crisis administrations, for example, aviation route administration. The act of anaesthesia is a perceived forte inside the calling of nursing, and medical attendant anaesthetists are basic to the social insurance workforce. The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) manages anaesthesia for a wide range of surgical cases, from the least complex to the most mind boggling. CRNAs furnish anaesthesia in a joint effort with specialists, anaesthesiologists and other qualified social insurance experts and practice in each setting in which anaesthesia is conveyed.

The Transitional Care Model meets the Congressionally-based Top Tier Evidence Standard, defined as:  Interventions shown in well-designed and implemented randomized controlled trials, preferably conducted in typical community settings, to produce sizeable, sustained benefits to participants and/or society.


  • Track 16-1: The Transitional Care Model
  • Track 16-2: Transitional Care Core Components
  • Track 16-3: Engaging Patients and Family Caregivers
  • Track 16-4: Assessing and Managing Risks and Symptoms
  • Track 16-5: Educating/Promoting Self-Management

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 17-1: E-nursing
  • Track 17-2: Service-learning
  • Track 17-3: Tele nursing
  • Track 17-4: Micro teaching
  • Track 17-5: Nursing informatics
  • Track 17-6: Nursing mobile library
  • Track 17-7: Wireless technology
  • Track 17-8: Travel nursing
  • Track 17-9: Forensic nursing
  • Track 17-10: Space nursing
  • Track 17-11: Computer assisted nursing care
  • Track 17-12: High fidelity patient simulator

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.

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 18-1: GPS tracking
  • Track 18-2: Drug delivery
  • Track 18-3: Advanced judgment
  • Track 18-4: Decision making skills
  • Track 18-5: Smarter alarm systems
  • Track 18-6: Electronic health record
  • Track 18-7: Enhanced diagnostic devices
  • Track 18-8: Critical analysis and influence on health policy

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 beneficia. 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.

A forensic nurse is a nurse who provides specialized care for patients who are victims and/or perpetrators of trauma (both intentional and unintentional).  Forensic Nurses are nurses first and foremost. However, the specialized role of forensic nurses goes far beyond medical care; forensic nurses also have a specialized knowledge of the legal system and skills in injury identification, evaluation and documentation.  After attending to a patient’s immediate medical needs, a forensic nurse often collects evidence, provides medical testimony in court, and consults with legal authorities.


  • Track 19-1: Clinical forensic nurse
  • Track 19-2: Forensic nurse investigator
  • Track 19-3: Forensic nurse examiner
  • Track 19-4: Forensic correctional or institutional nurse
  • Track 19-5: Legal nurse consultant
  • Track 19-6: Nurse attorney
  • Track 19-7: Nurse coroner
  • Track 19-8: Nursing liability
  • Track 19-9: Nursing ethics
  • Track 19-10: Legal nurse consultant
  • Track 19-11: Documentation of care
  • Track 19-12: Legal responsibility of nurse