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31st International Conference on

Nursing Education & Research

Theme: Good Outcomes from Nursing Research and Technological Advancements in Nursing Education

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Rome, Italy

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Conference Speaker

Paul Rega

University of Toledo

Conference Speaker

Sharon Elizabeth Metcalfe

Western Carolina University

Conference Speaker

Shari Dingle Costantini

International Healthcare Staffing Organizations

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Jene Hurlbut

Roseman University of Health Sciences

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Larry Dale Tazan Purnell

University of Delaware

Conference Speaker

Jane Haines

University of Pittsburgh

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Raymond T Krediet

Academic Medical Centre

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Jan L Bernheim

End-of-Life Care Research Group - Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Conference Speaker

Minyoung Kim

Ulsan University
South Africa

Conference Speaker

Wanwadee Neamsakul

Suranaree University of Technology

Tracks & Key Topics

Nursing Education 2023

About Conference

The 31st International Conference on Nursing Education and Research, with the theme "Good Outcomes from Nursing Research and Technological Advancements in Nursing Education," will take place September 13–14, 2023, in Rome, Italy, with the warmest of welcomes from EuroSciCon. Through its Open Access Initiative, EuroSciCon is dedicated to giving the scientific community sincere and trustworthy contributions.

This nursing education has been designed and implemented in support of enhancing patient care by EuroSciCon and the Centre for Education Development (CED). The American Nurses Credentialing Centre (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACCPE), and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) have all jointly accredited CED to offer continuing education for the medical community.

Designation Statement

The live format of this educational activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM and ANCC credits by the Centre for Education Development. Participants should only receive credit for their active participation throughout the activity and not more. The on-site attendee hand-out will provide comprehensive accrediting data, includes disclosure, credit hours accessible, and faculty information.

Scope and Importance

In regard to a variety of other themes, including health disparities, Nursing Education 2023 seeks to identify advancements in health practise, administration, and education. According to statistics, Italy's overall health care spending in 2014 was 9.7% of GDP, and by 2017 it is predicted to increase by 10.5%. Brazil's estimated $309 million in healthcare costs. The United States currently spends $89.2 billion on healthcare, and by 2017 that amount is expected to rise to $101.8 billion.

Who can attend?

Leading international physicians, registered nurses, healthcare professionals, academics, research associates, students, nurses, association and society directors The Nursing Education 2023 conference brings together experts from practise, research, administration, policy, and education who are interested in a variety of nursing specialties, including psychiatric, cancer, cardiac, critical care, adult and women's health, legal, paediatric and emergency nursing, midwifery, public health, healthcare, and medicine. It serves as a venue for discussing topics of shared interest as well as for exchanging information, supporting arguments, and coming up with solutions.

Why to attend?

Attending nursing conferences will expose you to the career options available. The fact that it imparts knowledge in the area benefits students, doctors, nurses, other healthcare professionals, and instructors greatly. Additionally, it allows nursing societies the chance to present their expertise and meet with scientists in person, expanding their commercial potential. This also gives them the opportunity to learn more about their market rivals. It enables nurses of all experience levels to take part in a type of professional and educational development that is difficult to find inside the confines of the job. Registration is open to anyone interested in finding out how to improve their institution's nursing capabilities and gain more technical knowledge. Some nurses, particularly those who work at the bedside, might not see the value of going to a conference. We guarantee that those who attend will go back to their hospitals with the knowledge to advance their nursing practise and the tools necessary to do it.





Session Tracks

Track 1:  Nurse Career and Education

There are master’s degree programmes in nursing, combined bachelor’s and master’s programs, and accelerated programmes in the nursing profession. Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licenced vocational nurses (LVNs) provide basic nursing care. The supply of new nurses entering the labour market has increased in recent years. Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics care for the sick or injured in emergency medical settings. Nurse midwives, nurse anaesthetists, and nurse practitioners coordinate patient care to provide primary and specialty healthcare. Most registered nurses work as part of a team with physicians and other healthcare specialists. Some of the registered nurses oversee licenced practical nurses, social workers, and nursing assistants. Registered nurses may work to promote public health by educating people on the warning signs and symptoms of disease or managing chronic health conditions. Some nurses work as researchers, healthcare consultants, nurse educators, hospital administrators, public policy advisors, and salespeople for pharmaceutical and medical supply companies.

Related Societies and Associations

American Nurses Association, Indiana Association of School Nurses, Indiana Nursing Staff Development Organization, Hong Kong Society for Nursing Education, National Student Nurse Association, American Organization of Nurse Executives, National Association Directors of Nursing Administration/Long Term Care, National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing, National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses, National Association of State School Nurse Consultants.

Track 2:  Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice

Competencies are necessary for continuous improvement of the quality and safety of health care systems—patient-centred care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety, and informatics. The targeted new federal and state subsidies in the form of scholarships, loan forgiveness, and institutional capacity awards will significantly increase the number and proportion of new registered nurses who graduate from basic pre-licensure. From a policy perspective, nursing’s versatility is important to note for the simple reason that nursing has evolved faster than public policies affecting the profession. As per the growing evidence, it suggests that the shortage of nurses with a BSN and higher education is adversely affecting a number of dimensions of health care delivery, and these problems will only become exaggerated in the future.

Related Societies and Associations

Nursing Research Society of India, International Association of Clinical Research Nurses, National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR), Nursing Research Society of India, Southern Nursing Research Society, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Association of peri Operative Registered Nurses, Eastern Nursing Research Society, Canadian Nurses Association, Meridian Health Institute for Evidence-Based Care, Lippincott Nursing Center society.

Track 3: Types of Nursing Education

There are numerous types of nursing education associated with various agendas in which cardiac nurses relate to the heart and supporting systems. Dialysis nurses monitor, medicate, educate, and support their patients through every step of dialysis. The special training of forensic nurses provides invaluable support to victims of abuse, neglect, and violent crimes. From understanding complex pharmaceutical treatments to helping family members, geriatric nurses play an important role in today’s ageing population. From administering medicine to helping patients work on other treatment goals, psychiatric nurses provide an invaluable service to those struggling with mental health issues. Neonatal nurses not only support the individual care plans of the infants under their care, but they also educate and advocate for them. Working with infants and young children, paediatric nursing can put patients and their caregivers at ease. An occupational health nurse to assess potential risks and develop appropriate plans of action to reduce the probability of workplace injury. Nurses who specialise in oncology work with cancer patients and their families. Nurses who assist patients of all ages achieve health goals through a best practise approach to orthopaedic care Ambulatory care nurses interact directly with patients and often form long-term patient care relationships in a variety of settings. Medical attendants in this type of veterinary nursing collaborate with veterinary specialists to provide the care that the animals require. 

Related Societies and Associations

Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association, Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association,  American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing, Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association, American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, IVNA Irish Veterinary Nurses Association, National Association of Paediatric Nurse Practitioners, American Paediatric Surgical Nurses Association, Oncology Nursing Society, Gerontological Nursing Association Ontario, The Oncology Nurses Association of India, International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, National Association of Neonatal Nurses, Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), American Paediatric Surgical Nurses Association, Canadian Association of Medical and Surgical Nurses, New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association, American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN), Alberta Occupational Health Nurses Association,  Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association.

Track 4: Nursing in Emergency Medicine

Emergency medicine nursing, a specialty within the field of professional nursing focusing on the care of patients with medical emergencies, involves pain management that aims to advance and promote optimal nursing care. In emergency medicine, therapeutic toxicologists have practical experience in the anticipation, assessment, and treatment phases, where toxicology includes severe medication harm, unfavourable medication events, chemicals, and hazardous materials. Abuse of mortality and morbidity in hospitalised patients. It occurs when bacteria change in a way that reduces the effectiveness of drugs, chemicals, or other agents designed to prevent infections. The use of infectious agents acts as a weapon of terrorism. Ultrasound is utilised to distinguish undetectable deformities that can recognise pleural, pericardial, and stomach liquid in the non-hazardous testing of things and structures. Analgesia or sedation is the technique of administering sedatives or dissociative agents with or without analgesics. Care management is a developing idea that refers to an arrangement of evidence-based clinical consideration exercises.

Related Societies and Associations

European society for Emergency medicine, Society of critical care medicine, Canadian Critical Care Society, American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP), Massachusetts Emergency Nurse Association, Indiana Emergency Nurses Association, Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism, Terrorism and Political Violence Association, European Network of Associations of Victims of Terrorism, Asia Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology, American College of Emergency Physicians, Houston Emergency Nurses Association, New York State Emergency Nurses Association, California Emergency Nurses Association, New Jersey Emergency Nurses Association.

Track 5: Patient Safety & Health care

Patient safety has also been a priority in nursing education, which emphasises safety in health care through the prevention, reduction, reporting, and analysis of medical error that often leads to adverse effects. Most nations offer patient care and nursing courses that can be significant to general nursing or to particular territories including mental health nursing, paediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Nurse education also provides post-capability courses in professional nursing subjects. Various patient security aspects occur that everybody requires for patient wellbeing, including their families, patients, and social insurance experts, who know about best practises for guaranteeing persistent security for everybody. Patient safety education consists of the theoretical and practical training provided to healthcare students and nurses with the purpose of setting them up for their obligations as nursing consideration experts. Medication errors are a noteworthy reason for inpatient dreariness and mortality.

Related Associations & Societies

Professional Nursing Association's Role in Patient Safety, Washington State Nurses Association, Minnesota Nurses Association, Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing, American Medical Association,  Massachusetts Nurses Association, Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association,  Illinois Primary Health Care Association.

Track 6: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

Nurse practitioners (NP) are Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) who are authorised to provide evidence-based practise to patients through examination and care planning. Broad categories of APRNs include clinical nurse specialists (CNS)nurse midwives (CNM)nurse anaesthetists (CRNAs), and nurse practitioners (NPs). In the advanced practise role and population focus area, the advanced practise registered nurse, a licensee authorised to practise by the Board, is required to obtain 20 contact hours of targeted continuing nursing education. A NP/APRN, as defined by the International Council of Nurses, is "an enrolled therapeutic specialist who has attired the refined data base, expanded essential authority aptitudes, and clinical abilities" for which they have been named since a long time ago and in which country they are credentialed to practice. 

Related Societies and Associations

Missouri Coalition of Nurses in Advanced Practice, Colorado Society of Advance Practice Nurses, Southern Colorado Advanced Practice Nursing Association, Connecticut Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Society, Advanced Practice Nurse Council of the Delaware Nurses Association, Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses, North Central Florida Advanced Practice Nurses, Tallahassee Area Council of Advanced Practice Nurses, Tampa Bay Advanced Practice Nurses Council, Intermountain Advanced Practice Nurses Association, Maryland Academy of Advanced Practice Clinicians.

Track 7: Travel Nurse

Travel nursing is a nursing arrangement idea that was created in light of the nursing shortage. This administration gives medical caretakers who go to work in professional tempore nursing positions, for the most part in doctor's facilities. While setting out nursing alludes particularly to the nursing calling, it can likewise be utilised to allude to an assortment of travel social insurance destinations, including exercise-based recuperation, proficient treatment, discourse dialect pathology, healing facilities, and even specialists and dental practitioners.

Related Societies and Associations

American Travel Health Nurses Association (ATHNA), the International Society of Travel Medicine, Professional Association of Nurse Travellers.

Track 8:  Midwifery & Women’s health

Assisting in the birth of babies is both exciting and challenging. Nurse midwives throughout their provide education and long-term support to women as they move through the process of gestation toward birth. The nurses’ deliver comprehensive health care to women throughout lifespan, with an emphasis on reproductive and gynaecologic health needs. Women have unique health issues. Women’s Health Care provides comprehensive, quality obstetrics and gynaecology care with the warmth, responsiveness, and accessibility of a community-based practice. A WHNP serves as a primary care provider for women, providing specialised care in areas such as prenatal and postpartum care, lifespan care through menopause, general wellness and preventive care, reproductive health care, and so on. 

Related Societies and Associations

Kentucky Coalition of Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Midwives, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, Global Women's Research Society, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical Society of New Jersey, American Board of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, The Pacific Society for Reproductive Health, Doctoral Midwifery Research Society, The Society of Midwives of South Africa, Association of Ontario Midwives, Huddersfield Midwifery Society, Midwifery Society of Nepal (MIDSON), Kentucky Historical Society, European Midwives Association.

Track 9: Professional and Continuing Nursing Education

A nurse must maintain Continuing Education credits each year, which can be obtained through a variety of nursing programs, nursing courses, and continuing competency records for three licensure renewal cycles. Nursing ethics, a branch of applied ethics, concerns itself with activities in the field of nursing, whereas integrative therapies and alternative practises may address health needs by promoting comfort, healing, and well-being in nursing care. According to the Standards of Professional Nursing Practice, the registered nurse practises in an environmentally safe and healthy manner. A nurse may request "volunteer retired nurse" authorization, which requires a nurse who wishes to provide only voluntary charity care to obtain 10 hours of CNE for each two-year authorization renewal cycle. Forensic evidence collection applies to all nurses practising in emergency department (ED) settings, whether as their home unit, floating unit, contracted unit, or performing other duties.

Related Societies and Associations

Massachusetts Nurses Association, Michigan Nurses Association, Illinois Nurses Association,  Montana Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, International Association of Forensic Nurses, American Forensic Nurses, AMRN, The American Nurses Association Code of Ethics, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Arizona Nurses Association, New York State Nurses Association, South Carolina Nurses Association, Alabama State Nurses Association, Nebraska Nurses Association, American Forensic Nurses.

Track 10: Teaching Strategies in Nursing Education

A nurse educator plays an important role in the life of a nursing student; she uses effective methods to acknowledge the subject and its depth to the students. To increase nursing students' interest levels. Through this rapid change of technology, there has been an increasing dependence upon the health sciences society to incorporate different technologies into many professions. The purpose of this idea is for the development of technology-based nursing education and to specify targets requiring further dialogue among nursing faculty. It is becoming increasingly clear that nurse educators need to analyse values, communication, and social processes when directing, judging, investing in, and analysing technological use within their work place.

Related Societies and Associations

International Council of Nurses, Nursing Education and Welfare Society, Australian Nurse Teachers Society, Association of Community Health Nursing Educators, National Student Nurses Association,  Arkansas Nursing Students' Association, Michigan Nursing Students Association, California Nursing Students' Association, Canadian Nursing Students' Association, The National Association of EMS Educators.

Track 11: Nursing Informatics & Management

Nurse management specialists play a vital role in creating a stronger healthcare system. A nurse management leader wears many hats. Overall, nurse managers help to coordinate a strong infrastructure across divisions. Nursing informatics specialists may coordinate patient records, prepare reports, and train other nurses on new technology, whereas Clinical research informatics is a subfield of health informatics that tries to improve the efficiency of clinical research. Alternative medicine refers to practises that are said to have the same healing properties as medicine. An accomplished manager will need to be equipped to deal with financial, quality, and human resource management built on the foundations of a sound knowledge of the healthcare system and organisational structure and culture as well as nursing leadership, which is critical for maintaining productivity, cost effectiveness, and improving patient outcomes. Physical therapy (PT), also known as physiotherapy, is a primary care specialty using mechanical force and movements.

Related Associations & Societies

American Nursing Informatics Association, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Puget Sound Nursing Informatics, Taiwan Nursing Informatics Association, Utah Nursing Informatics network, American Association of Managed Care Nurses, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association, MEDITECH Nurse Informatics, New England Nursing Informatics, American Nursing Informatics Association.

Track 12: Nursing Safety

If there are any hazards or anything that poses a threat to a person or property, you may not feel so safe. A physical hazard is anything physical that may cause harm to the body. There is a specialised group of physical hazards known as mechanical hazards; these are machines and other movable devices that may cause harm to the body. Good nutrition is important to everyone's health, and nutrition is thus an important part of the health history assessment. Good personal hygiene is important; it refers to the science, practice, maintenance, and preservation of health and well-being through cleanliness. To best meet the needs of a patient, nurses must learn the principles of therapeutic communication. Your immune system protects you from foreign invaders that might harm you. When your immune system responds to these threats, it's called an "immune response."

Related Societies and Associations

National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN), the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals: ANFP, Norwegian Society for Hygiene Nurses, the French Society for Hospital Hygiene, German Society of Hospital Hygiene, Rheumatology Nurses Society.

Track 13:  Critical Care and Emergency Nursing

Critical Care Nursing research aims to promote excellence in care to critically ill patients by specialist nurses and their professional colleagues by providing an international interdisciplinary forum for the publication and exchange of research findings. Delirium in critically ill patients, a common multifactorial disorder, is associated with various negative outcomes. In the emergency state, the patients are treated by trauma nurses, who handle urgent situations where the cause of the injury or disease isn't yet known. Emergency nurses are endowed with specific skills, knowledge, and attributes to provide care to critically ill or unstable patients and their families. The modification of professional nursing knowledge and skills in nursing and health to meet the emotional and urgent needs of disaster victims is called "Disaster Nursing”. The acute and critical care settings, complementary health practitioners play an important role. 

Related Societies and Associations

American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Arizona Emergency Nurses Association, New Mexico Emergency Nurses Association, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Washington State Nurses Association, California Emergency Nurses Association, The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), Florida Emergency Nurses Association, The National Association of EMS Educators.

Track 14: Legal Nursing

Legal Nursing is the implications of nursing practice are tied to licensure, state and federal laws, scope of practice and a public expectation that nurses practice at a high professional standard. The nurse’s education, license and nursing standard provide the framework by which nurses are expected to practice. Ethical issues in legal nursing are mainly six ethical principles that arise frequently for the nurse who works in the correctional setting include Respect for persons (autonomy and self-determination), Beneficence (doing good), Non maleficence (avoiding harm),  Justice (fairness, equitability, truthfulness),  Veracity (telling the truth) and Fidelity (remaining faithful to one’s commitment).

Related Societies and Associations

American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, International Council of Nurses, American Assisted Living Nurses Association, National Association of School Nurses.

Track 15:  Environmental Health Nursing

A specialty practise 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 caring for a single patient at a time. Environmental pollution poses health risks to nearly all organ systems, with air and water pollution control being linked to diarrheal diseases, respiratory diseases in children and adults, cancers, neurological disorders, and cardiovascular disease. The fertilisers 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 context of climate change. To have a healthier environment, we have to reduce unnecessary exposures to commonly used chemicals or other hazardous substances.

Related Societies and Associations

Canadian Nurses Association for Health & Environment, Oregon Nurses Association, Croatian Nurses Association, The American Lung Association, Catholic Health Association, World Health Organization. 

Track 16:  Telemedicine and E-Health

E-Health and Telemedicine covers the clinical applications of telemedicine and the management of electronic health records across the full spectrum of advances. They offer indispensable tools for home healthcare, remote patient monitoring, disease management, and advances in technology for medical centres, practitioners, and hospitals, not only for rural health and battlefield care but also for nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and maritime and aviation settings. "A means of applying new low-cost electronic technologies, such as web-enabled transactions, advanced networks, and new design approaches to healthcare delivery," includes the use of the internet or other electronic media. Clinical or biomedical research informatics involves the use of informatics in the discovery and management of new knowledge relating to health and disease.

  • Clinical Telemedicine Practice
  • Technical advances
  • Medical connectivity
  • Enabling Technologies & Communication systems
  • Health Policy and Regulation
  • Health services research

Related Societies and Associations

International Society for Telemedicine and e-Health, Swiss Association of Telemedicine (SATM), American Telemedicine Association, Centre for Tele-health & e-Health Law, European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL), The American Telemedicine Association, International Council of Tele Nursing.

Track 17: Future of Nursing Education

Racial and ethnic diversity in nursing schools has increased dramatically, creating a rich cultural environment for learning. The rapid growth of information technology has already had a radical impact on health care delivery and the education of nurses. Nurses in the twenty-first century must be proficient in the use of computer technology. Nursing research and education are becoming more international in order to disseminate information and benefit from multicultural experiences. Gene mapping will drive rapid advances in the development of new drugs and the treatment and prevention of disease. Nursing education programmes must prepare students at all levels for roles in case management and employment in the managed care and medical home environments. Nursing schools, executives, scholars, and professional nursing organisations will need to more actively contribute to the development of health policy and regulation.

Related Societies and Associations

National Student Nurses Association, National Black Nurses Association, West Virginia Nurses Association (WVNA), West Virginia Hospital Association (WVHA), and West Virginia Organization of Nurse Executives (WVONE).

Track 18: Paediatric Nursing

Paediatric nurses care for patients ranging from infancy to late adolescence. They work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as family doctors, pediatric physicians, and other nurses, to provide preventative and acute care. The main role of paediatric nurses is to administer directly procedures and medicines to children according to prescribed nursing care plans. Nurses also continually assess the patient by observing vital signs and developing communication skills with children and family members and with medical teams. Typical duties include conducting routine developmental screenings, "well-child" examinations, administration of immunizations, and the diagnosis and treatment of common childhood illnesses, such as chickenpox, ear infections, and tonsillitis. Paediatric nurses also work closely with patients' families, educating them about the role of health during child development and bringing awareness to issues that are vital during childhood, such as child disease prevention, proper nutrition, and growth and development.

  • Paediatric Pulmonology Nursing
  • Paediatric Immunology Nursing
  • Paediatric Urology Nursing
  • Paediatric Ophthalmology Nursing
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy Nursing
  • Paediatric Robotic Nursing

Track 19: Clinical Nursing

Clinical Nursing is a propelled field, which means you could also become employed in education and leadership roles. The work covers some regular areas including emergency care, paediatrics, and geriatrics. There is a high market for clinical nurse specialists particularly, as they are so experienced in sophisticated technologies.

The skills and techniques in clinical nursing are fundamental for better patient results, it includes certain basic to complex techniques such as monitoring, time management, critical thinking at various situations, Judgment and Decision Making which is Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential activities to choose the most appropriate one. In this manner certain abilities and methods are rehearsed and finished with a general mind.

According to a 2018 report by the CIHI, the number of working registered nurses (RNs) jumped by 9 percent, or 27,000, in the last 5 years. The total nursing professionals are now more than 348,000. Unfortunately, the rate of RN & Clinicians growth is still lagging. There are 3.4 million practicing nursing professionals in the EU Member States (no data for Belgium, the Czech Republic, and the Netherlands) as per the 2015 survey.

  • Clinical Nurse Specialists
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist vs. Clinical Nurse Leader
  • Credentials and Practice Requirements
  • Educational Preparation and Certification
  • Scope of Practice

Track 20: Cardiac Nursing

cardiac nurse, more commonly referred to as a cardiac care nurse, is a professional who cares specifically for patients who heart problems. While the duties and responsibilities of a nurse with this title may vary from setting to setting, CCN’s will help to treat patients who have suffered or suffer from congestive heart failure, cardiac dysrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, or angina problems. The nurse may perform stress tests, complete health assessments, care for a patient after an operation, or closely monitor the patient’s heart rate.

Track 21: Nursing Education and Research

Nurse education consists in the theatrical and practical training provided to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. The nurse's role is to advocate and care for individuals of all ethnic origins and religious backgrounds and support them through health and illness e.g. A Registered Nurse (RN) meets the requirements outlined by a country, state, province or similar licensing body to obtain a nursing license. Nursing offers a wide range of career opportunities—from entry-level practitioners to doctoral-level researchers. Medical education is education related to the practice of being a medical doctor where various teaching methodologies have been utilized. Clinical research is a branch of healthcare science that determines the safety and effectiveness.

  • Nursing Role
  • Medical Education
  • Nursing Care Professionals
  • Clinical Research
  • Registered Nurses
  • Nursing Students

Track 22: Oncology Nursing 

Oncology Nursing is one of the prominently troublesome and acknowledged fields in nursing. It not only includes the technical, medicinal modalities that need to be performed by the nurses but also involves facilitation of a strong moral support to the patient. Oncology nurses often serve as your first line of communication and help coordinate the many aspects of your care throughout cancer treatment. It also involves appropriate screenings and other preventative practices, symptom management, care to retain as much normal functioning as possible, and supportive measures upon the end of life. Nursing Management is an important chapter of the nursing education. The nursing professionals in the radiation oncology field will be highly demandable. Oncology nursing professionals mostly gives the palliative care for patients and comforts them. Nursing Education 2023 will create a new revolution in cancer science and cancer nursing field.

Track 23: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

Psychiatric mental health nursing is a specialty in nursing. Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs. Nurses in this area receive specific training in psychological therapies, building a therapeutic alliance, dealing with challenging behaviour, and the administration of psychiatric medication. Mental health nurses can work in a variety of settings, including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Acute Medical Units (AMUs), Psychiatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs), and Community Mental Health Services (CMHS). The PMH nurse develops a nursing diagnosis and plan of care, implements the nursing process, and evaluates it for effectiveness. Psychiatric-Mental Health Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (PMH-APRNs) offer primary care services to the psychiatric-mental health population. PMH-APRNs assess, diagnose, and treat individuals and families with psychiatric disorders or the potential for such disorders using their full scope of therapeutic skills, including the prescription of medication and administration of psychotherapy. PMH-APRNs often own private practises and corporations and consult with groups, communities, legislators, and corporations. The practise of the psychiatric-mental health nurse (PMHN) as a clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner is considered an advanced specialty in nursing.



Market Analysis

Market Analysis

A crucial part of a patient's overall wellness is nursing care. They frequently evaluate and diagnose patients prior to the arrival of a doctor, putting them in charge of providing patient care. The comfort of patients is helped by nurses. The market for nursing care will grow as a result of the numerous opportunities that the increase in hospitals and personalised care will bring about.

The nursing education market is anticipated to increase from USD 9132.4 million in 2020 to USD 11470 million between 2021 and 2027, at a CAGR of 3.3%. Over the next five years, the market for nursing education will experience a startling rise in CAGR in terms of revenue.

The "Nursing Education Market" report, which analyses the market's size, share, important types, and applications, spans the years 2022–2027. The market overview, CAGR, production volume, sales, and revenue are also logically and factually summarised. The regional study covers North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. The study concentrates on prestigious institutions including Duke University, King's College London, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Pennsylvania, and (KCL).

The nursing and healthcare industry, which had a value of USD 1,137 million in 2021, is expected to increase to USD 1744.94 million by 2029, at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2022 to 2029, according to Data Bridge Industry Research. In-depth expert analysis, patient epidemiology, pipeline analysis, pricing analysis, and a regulatory system are all included in Data Bridge Market Research's market reports. Market valuation, growth rate, segmentation, geographic coverage, and significant players are some of these data on market situations.

Increasing number of senior citizens:

In 2020, there will be 703 million people worldwide who are 65 or older, estimates World Population Prospects 2020. By 2050, there will be 1.5 billion seniors worldwide, more than double the current population. Over 65-year-olds will make up one in every six individuals on the planet by 2050, up from 6% of the world's population in 1990. I'm finished now. Future long-term care needs for people over 65 are anticipated to increase. A move toward home treatment rather than hospitals was also noticeable.

Increasing number of Dementia Cases:

Because of the rise in dementia and Alzheimer's disease prevalence as well as the demand for more post-hospital care, hospital services with nursing aid are anticipated to grow at the quickest pace during the projected period. The reimbursement from Medicaid and commercial insurance providers also freed people from having to pay out-of-pocket expenses.

Increase in serious health issues:

The rising prevalence of major health concerns among the ageing population is fueling market expansion. The incidence of chronic diseases is rising quickly. Among the chronic diseases that affect the elderly population are anxiety, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. These chronic illnesses can be costly and time-consuming to treat in hospitals. As a result, the market's potential for growth in this region is growing.

Impact of COVID-19 on the Nursing Market:

The COVID-19 breakout has had a profound impact on virtually every sphere of the economy, resulting in such an unprecedented public health crisis. The expansion of the industry throughout the forecast period is probably going to be impacted by its long-term effects. In the years following the epidemic, home healthcare costs fell. The need for nursing care is therefore anticipated to increase during the forecasted period. As even more families & patients choose to avoid hospitalisation in the wake of the outbreak to reduce the risk of infection, the request for nursing services was anticipated to increase. In the next years, increased immunisation efforts and public awareness regarding long-term care like a viable alternative to cost-cutting measures will also help the industry expand.

High price:

Throughout the projection period, the market's growth will be constrained by the dearth of nursing care reimbursements and the high price of healthcare. The lack of skilled nurses and the poor state of the healthcare system in rural areas would provide challenges to the growth of the nursing care market. In-depth information about current trends, trade laws, import-export analysis, production analysis, value chain optimization, market share, and the impacts of domestic and local market players are included in this study on the nursing care market. Particular market-impacting elements and native market regulation changes are also listed in the study's nation section. The market's current and potential trends are impacted by these changes. For an analyst brief on the nursing care industry, get in touch with Data Bridge Market Research. Our team can help you make an informed decision to expand your market.

Analysis and insights on the regional nursing care market:

The nursing care market is investigated, and as previously stated, insights and trends on market size are provided by nation, service type, end user, and expenditure type. The report on the nursing care market contains information for the United States in North America, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and Russia in Europe, China, Japan, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, and Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines in Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Egypt, and Israel in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) as a whole, as well as Israel. North America controls the nursing care market mostly as a result of its high healthcare expenses and rising disease prevalence. Asia-Pacific is expected to experience the highest growth rate in nursing during the projected period of 2023–2029 due to the region's ageing population and growing hospital population. Specific market-impacting issues and changes to domestic market regulation are also listed in the study's nation section. Current and upcoming market trends are impacted by these changes. Technical trends, Porter's Five Forces analysis, case studies, and assessments of the upstream and downstream value chains are just a few examples of the kind of data sources utilised to estimate the market environment for certain nations.

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