Sessions 01: Advanced Practice Registered Nurses
An advanced practice nurse is a nurse who has obtained at least a master’s degree in nursing with further specialization within in the APRN category. The main role of the advanced nursing care providers is to maintain and ensure qualified healthcare to patients. APRNs are skilled with advanced academic and clinical education, skills, knowledge and scope of practice in nursing. So, the combination of advanced nursing care and home support offers a skilled nursing care to patients. They can take direct care position such as nurse practitioner and nurse-midwife. And, can take indirect role of nurse informaticist and nurse leader.
- Nurse Anaesthetists
- Certified Nurse Midwife
- Nurse Practitioners
- Clinical Nurse Specialists
Session 02: Registered Nurses
Registered nurses are nurses who are fully trained with an official state certificate of competence. Their scope of practice is regularised by professional body or council and they are having a wide variety of professional scope. The duty of a registered nurse is fully depending on the field they are choosing to work.
- Nurse Practitioner
- Licensed Practical Nurses
- Nursing Council
- Nursing License
Sessions 03: Emergency Nursing
Emergency nursing is a nursing profession that focuses on medical emergencies in order to avoid long-term disability or death of the patient. They are providing immediate care to patients in an emergency and they are mostly employed in the emergency departments of the hospital. An emergency nurse should have a vast knowledge about all the nursing field because they are supposed to deal with every case like heart attacks, strokes, gunshot wounds, car accidents, alcohol and/or drug intoxication, psychiatric and behavioural problems and so on. So, they must have a piece of deep knowledge in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and psychology and be able to communicate effectively with patients and their families.
- Emergency Nurse Practitioner
- Certified Emergency Nurse
- Medical Emergencies
- Intensive and Immediate Care
Sessions 04: Critical Care Nursing
Critical Care Nurses provides an extreme care to critically ill or long-suffering or unstable patients following an extensive injury, surgery or life-threatening disorders. These nurses are commonly working in various departments that includes intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units and so on. Similar to all other nursing specialties, a critical care nurse should have a deep knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and physiology, clinical assessment skills, vast knowledge about diseases and conditions, and ongoing researches related mainly on ICU treatment options.
- Infection Prevention and Intensive care
- Nursing Care of Older Adults
- Brain Death, Organ Donation and Transplantation
- Risk Management and Proper Clinical Assessment
- Extreme Care and Physiotherapy
Sessions 05: Nursing Education and Research
The main aim of the nursing education and related researches is the development of nursing profession by giving both theoretical and practical training to nurses. This development is required to enhance the professional role of the nurses. And the new researches and evidence-based practice helps nurses to provide a better care to patients. There are number of nursing specializations where nurses can specialise in and they can choose more than one specialization if interested. The more they gain education and knowledge, the more they can provide care to patients.
- Innovations and advancements in Nursing Education
- Nursing Education Today
- Various Nursing Specializations
- Education for Patient Safety
- Development of professional role in Nursing
Sessions 06: Cardiac Nursing
Cardiac nursing care or Cardiovascular nursing is one of the nursing specialities developed for ensuring care and support to patients with cardiovascular system disorder or heart disorder. Cardiac nurses mainly care for chronic ill patients, as well as those recovering from cardiac procedures such as bypass, angioplasty, or heart surgery. The research developments in cardiac specialization will improve the recovery of the cardiac patients and helps cardiac nurses to provide a better care.
- Cardiovascular Surgery
- Heart transplant
- Heart failure and Cardiac Arrest
- Cardiac Care
Sessions 07: Oncology Nursing
Oncology nursing is a specialization comes under nursing profession that provides care to all cancer patients. They require advanced certification and more clinical experiences in oncology field. Their major role is to meet the various needs of oncology patients during the time of treatment and screening. They should take care the patient’s appropriate symptom management and care to retain as much normal functioning as possible.
- Screening and Prevention
- Surgical Oncology
- Medical Oncology
- Radiation Oncology
Sessions 08: Healthcare Management
Healthcare management also known as healthcare administration is one of the growing industries in the world. The main duty of a healthcare administrator is to ensure that the hospital departments are running smoothly and to check whether qualified employees are hired or not. They should take responsibilities of the entire hospital network and the healthcare system including the nursing care. There are general healthcare managers who are responsible for managing or helping to manage an entire facility and there are specialists to taking care the specific departments such as finance, marketing, budgeting and so on.
- Advances in Healthcare
- Innovation in Global Healthcare Education
- Healthcare Finance, Marketing and budgeting
- Healthcare Equipment
- Occupational Health & Safety
Sessions 09: Palliative Care and Pain Management
Palliative care is a specialized medical care for patients in order to improve their quality of life. This is usually provided for patients who have a serious or life-threatening disease, such as cancer, heart failure, dementia and many others. This specialized medical care is provided by specially-trained team of doctors, nurses and other specialists for giving an extra layer of support to patients. It can be helpful at any stage of illness and it is best, if provided from the point of diagnosis. Palliative care nurses also help patients to understand their medical condition and help them to make their choices for medical treatment. Patient palliative care can be provided along with treatment and it does not depend on prognosis.
- Patient Care Planning
- Geriatric Nursing
- Hospice Nursing
- Patient family support
Sessions 10: Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric nursing is a nursing specialization in which nurses provide medical care for children from birth to late teens. They should provide support and help to children and their family who is suffering from various health problems like birth defects, infections, heart deformities and many others. And they must have a deep knowledge in growth and development of children in order to meet the child’s emotional and physical needs. Most of the pediatric nurses prefer a family centered care and thereby normalize the life of the child during the hospitalisation.
- Pediatric Nursing in Changing Society
- Child Health
- Neonatal Care
- Home care plans for the children and families
- Pediatric Emergency Nursing
Sessions 11: Mental Health or Psychiatry Nursing
Mental health nursing or psychiatric nursing is a nursing specialization who is responsible to provide care to patient’s who is experiencing mental illness or distress. Nurses working in this department should have the ability to understand the psychological, and characteristic or behavioural changes of a person. Since mental health awareness has begun throughout various countries, the need for psychiatric nursing has raised. They are getting an average salary of $96500 a year as per the report. Their main job role includes meeting the patient’s social and emotional needs, supervising medication schedules and evaluating patient progress and treatment status.
- Psychiatric Medication
- Physical Care
- Mental and Emotional Support
- Psychosocial interventions
- Electroconvulsive therapy and other advanced treatments
Sessions 12: Transitional Care Nursing
Transitional care or care transition is a medical field designed to ensure continuity of the healthcare even if a person moved from one location to another location or defined as various levels of healthcare within the same place. It is very important for elder patients with multiple chronic disorders and complex therapeutic regimens. During transitional care, nurses should ensure that there should not be any poorer outcomes due to medication errors or due to any kind of errors of communication among the involved healthcare providers and between providers and patients family care providers.
- Continuity of Healthcare
- Nursing Homes
- Improving Quality of Transitional Care
Sessions 13: Women Health and Midwifery
Women health nursing is a nursing specialization that mainly focuses on women’s reproductive, obstetric and gynecological health and all other women health issues. Unlike a nurse-midwife, women health nurse practitioners are providing care for women in their entire lifespan, but these two specializations are having some educational similarities. Nurse midwifery mainly concerned about pregnancy healthcare of women. They ensure the safety of mother during the childbirth.
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Reproductive Health
- Maternal and Fetal Well-being
- Womens Mental Health Issues
Sessions 14: Primary Health Care & Family Medicine
Primary healthcare is the first level or the entry level of the healthcare system that includes a wide range of services of prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Family medicine is a division of primary care which is devoted to providing a comprehensive healthcare for every individual in the family across all ages. Family physicians are also called as primary care physician who ensure health promotion and disease promotion by caring each member in a family.
- Rehabilitation of Patients
- Primary Health Care and Preventive Medicine
- Primary Healthcare in Nursing
- Primary Care in Infectious Diseases
- Primary Care in Behavioural Services
Sessions 15: Innovations in Nursing
Generating new ideas and technologies in healthcare system and nursing practice over the existing ideas in an effective manner will improve the quality of healthcare. Nurses and all healthcare practitioners are encouraged to do some innovative practices to improve patient experiences and health outcomes. Many nurses have the skills to solve problems in a good manner with a new approach. They are having the ability to give a keen observation in every situation. Such nurses can easily develop new research ideas to test new interventions in a regular basis in the larger healthcare community.
- Nursing Research
- Nursing Informatics
- Clinical Practice
- Evidence Based Practice
- Innovation Implementation
Sessions 16: Public Health Nursing
Public health nursing is to provide healthcare services to public by working with whole communities. They educate the public and society about various health issues and conduct health education campaigns and awareness programs to prevent a disease. They require a wide range of skills that mainly includes communication skills, analytical skills, theoretical and practical knowledge of various diseases. They can work in a hospital, community health centres, schools, government health department, home and all healthcare promoting centers.
- Health Science
- Community Health Nursing
- Disease Prevention Activities
- Health Informatics
Sessions 17: Clinical Nurse Specialist
A Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) can give an advanced healthcare to patients in hospitals and other healthcare centres. They can provide an expert advice and opinion in specific medical condition or treatment methods to improve the healthcare quality. They should basically need a strong decision-making skill and observation skill. A CNS can work with all nurse practitioners to improve outcomes and to improve the care. They are registered nurses with a graduate degree in nursing at the masters or doctorate level.
- Disease or medical subspecialty
- Type of problem or disorder
- Type of treatment and care
- Decision Making
Glimpses of PULSUS Nursing Conference
Analysis and Aspects of Registered Nurses 2020 Conference
On behalf of the International Conference on Registered Nurses and Emergency Nursing’s scientific and board committee members, we would like to invite all the participants and exhibitors from the world to San Francisco on September 21-22, 2020. We have decided to arrange proficient keynote speech, poster presentation, oral presentation, seminars, workshops, symposia, and exhibitions in the program. So, it will be an exclusive stage for nurses, nursing researchers, students, physicians, educators to show case and present their novel ideas and to discuss the most recent innovations and key concerns adopted in the field of nursing and health care.
San Francisco will be the best venue for conducting this International event. Because, as per the market analysis, around 59400 full time equivalent nurses and the midwives are working in NHS Scotland. The nursing profession is experiencing extensive change, and they have an unprecedented chance to extend their clinical knowledge and expertise in Scotland. It is a place with a huge number of nursing courses offered universities and schools.
Why the Registered Nurses 2020 Conference in San Francisco?
In San Francisco, the Department of Nursing was developed and established by the Royal College of Nursing, Scottish branch in early 1946. Later Edinburgh became the first British university to establish a nursing training unit and they began teaching the discipline during 1950’s. And then, in the late 2000-2010s the department developed and extended its UG and PG programs by highlighting the emerging trends in health care and the nursing profession.
Why do nurses attend conferences?
The nursing conferences are one of the best ways to hear about the recent advancements and innovations in nursing practice. Most of the nurses are interested to enhance their knowledge and practice by learning the latest developments in Nursing.
- To gain opportunity to meet and interact with experts in the field of nursing (After the conference sessions B2B meetings are arranged for the interactions)
- To present and develop the research ideas and projects
- To learn the greatest and latest innovations in the area of practice
- For visiting and exploring a new city or country
- To experience a personal growth
Best Nursing Schools in World:
The list of top Universities offering Nursing courses as per the U.S. News rankings
- Johns Hopkins University
- Duke University
- Rush University
- University of Washington
- Vanderbilt University
- University of Maryland—Baltimore
- University of Illinois—Chicago
- Yale University
- Columbia University
- Emory University
Submission Criteria & Eligibility
Oral paper presentations will have 30-minute time slots and the Keynote presentation will have 40 minutes. Workshop/ special session will have 60-minute time slot.
The committee members will decide the Keynote Speaker based on the affiliation and experience. And all the Keynote Speakers will get a Memento with Organizing Committee Member opportunity.
All the students are eligible for submitting their abstract under the Young Researcher Forum category or under poster presentation
Keynote Speakers may get an honourable position as the chair/co-chair for the session of your interest at the conference
As an initial procedure, all speakers are requested to submit the abstract using the abstract submission link along with their biography.
We have package registration that includes accommodation and registration.
We will send a letter of acceptance once the abstract got accepted by the committee members allowing the speakers to register for the conference. (All abstracts will undergo a committee review. So, before registering as a Speaker make sure that your abstract has got accepted.
All accepted abstract will get published in conference International Journal with a unique DOI number and they are provided with conference book with PULSUS certification.
Any speaker who is unable to attend the conference should arrange another qualified individual to present the paper/poster.
Abstract & Registration Deadlines:
Early Bird Abstract Submission: March 30, 2020
Second Line Abstract Submission: May 20, 2020
Final Submission Deadline: August 20, 2020
Early Bird: March 30, 2020
Second Round:July 30, 2020
Final Registration: September , 2020