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Global Forum on Nursing care and Patient safety

Added: (Mon Mar 11 2019)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Global Forum on Nursing care and Patient safety (GFNCP) is organized by Genoteq Healthcare and will be held from Sep 12 - 14, 2019 at Holiday Inn Rome - Eur Parco Dei Medici, Rome, Lazio, Italy.
The main theme of the conference is “Prominence of Nurses in patient care and healthcare” which mainly focus on Nursing research and the care of patients with different backgrounds and diseases. The main sessions coved in the conference related to nursing are Perianesthesia Nursing, Neonatal care, pediatric nursing, acute care nursing, hospital management, nursing education, blood transfusion, surgical nursing etc and many other related to patient safety like community nursing, communicable diseases, care during critical care of patients.
Nursing is described as divine profession which mainly focus on the care of the individual or community who is sick or unwell. Nursing care mainly focus on the healthcare, patient care, in diagnosis and treatment and helps to assist them to cure the disease or disorder of patient. Currently there is a shortage of nurses in many countries like African countries, some Asian countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, china, Japan and many European countries like France, Italy and Spain. There are about 30 main countries having nurses shortage. The main target audience of the conference are nurses, healthcare professionals, academicians, doctors, researchers, healthcare workers, healthcare providers.
Key Sessions:
• Nursing Practice
• Innovations in Patient Care
• Multi-Professional Practice
• Nursing Practice Model Reform
• Acute / Critical Care
• Care of Patients with Chronic Disease
• Symptom Management
• Nursing Informatics
• Nursing Education
• Innovations in Nursing Education
• Problem-Based Teaching and Learning
• Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning
• Critical Thinking and Caring
• Competency Training
• Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making Competency Training
• Nursing Management
• Workforce Planning
• Innovations and Reforms in Nursing Management
• Human Resource Management
• Quality and Safety of Nursing Care

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