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17th World Congress on Clinical Nursing and Practice, will be organized around the theme “Explore Opportunities, Best Practices & Recent Developments in Nursing & Practice”

Clinical Nursing 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Clinical Nursing 2018

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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, pediatrics 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. These are adult health, adult gerontology, adult psychiatric and mental health, child and adolescent psychiatric and mental health, gerontology, acute care, general adult, home health, pediatrics, public and community health, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, occupational health, neonatal, oncology, public health, school health, parent-child, perinatal, rehabilitation, women’s health, core clinical nursing, and advanced diabetes management.

The skills and techniques in clinical nursing are the most important steps to be followed in a professional manner and are essential for better patient outcomes, it consist of 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 actions to choose the most appropriate one. Mixing of medicines, auscultating the heart, assessing the patient chart etc. should be followed, as a CNS work through complex situations even assisting a surgery. Therefore certain skills and techniques are practiced and done with at most care. 

  • Track 1-1Skills and Techniques in Clinical Nursing
  • Track 1-2Clinical Nursing and Nursing theory
  • Track 1-3Clinical Nursing Research
  • Track 1-4Clinical Nursing Education
  • Track 1-5Clinical Nursing and Clinical Evaluation
  • Track 1-6Practices in Clinical Nursing
  • Track 1-7Promoting Clinical Outcomes
  • Track 1-8Clinical Decision Making

Clinical Practice includes, nurse practitioners working in out-of-hours care, unscheduled care, nurse-led clinics, acute and critical care environments and primary care settings, as well as allied health professionals working with a range of patients (for example non-physiotherapists undertaking modules from the Physiotherapy portfolio). The Nursing award is only available to registered or licensed nurses.

The MSc Nursing and MSc Health Studies (Clinical Practice) is designed to meet the needs of nurses and other health and social care professionals who are practicing in clinical environments and who are working at or working towards an advanced level of practice and are continuously striving  to improve patient care and the patient’s journey within the clinical environment.

  • Track 2-1Cutting-edge medical or surgical therapies
  • Track 2-2Developments/Advancements on nursing care
  • Track 2-3Developments/Advancements on Treatments/Procedures
  • Track 2-4Evidence-Based practice
  • Track 2-5Practices for Acute and Critical Care Conditions
  • Track 2-6Advanced Diagnostic Tests
  • Track 2-7Point-of-Care testing
  • Track 2-8Clinical Pharmacology
  • Track 2-9Management of Acute and Chronic Heart Failure

Knowledge and independent decision making are specialized skills in the field of nursing and careers in nursing take widely divergent paths depends on practice focus varies by setting, by type of client, by different disease, therapeutic approach or level of rehabilitation. Moreover, nurses provide sophisticated and patient satisfaction care. The working environment in Swiss Hospitals is of high quality. Implementing Magnet model organizational principles might be a valuable approach for Swiss acute-care hospitals to both improve mixed and unfavorable nurse work environments and to improve nurse and patient outcomes. The Swiss healthcare provides a great value to nursing practice and nursing care.

  • Track 3-1Licence Practice Nursing (LPN)
  • Track 3-2Evidence Based Practice in Nursing
  • Track 3-3Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Track 3-4Registered Nursing (RN)
  • Track 3-5Travel Nurse
  • Track 3-6Nursing Courses
  • Track 3-7Technologies to Influence Nursing

Nursing education is meant by educating and training nurses in the most professional way which includes both theory and practical management .The purpose of nursing education is to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals.  Nurse education integrates today a broader awareness of other disciplines allied to medicine, often involving inter-professional education, and the utilization of research when making clinical and managerial decisions. Training professionally offers a more intense practical skills base and emphasizes the handmaiden relationship with the physician. Although a fit between environmental pressures and the reform agenda exists, the implementation of the nursing reform varied considerably between the various Swiss linguistic regions and nursing education in Europe has vast and most possibilities in acquiring knowledge as well as skills.

  • Track 4-1NCLEX
  • Track 4-2Evidence-based Teaching and Learning
  • Track 4-3Student’s Critical Thinking and Caring Competency Training
  • Track 4-4Student’s Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making Competency Training
  • Track 4-5Use of New Technology in Nursing Education
  • Track 4-6Nursing Informatics
  • Track 4-7Advances in Online Nursing Classes
  • Track 4-8Graduate Nursing Education Reform
  • Track 4-9Innovations in Nursing Education
  • Track 4-10Online Nursing Programs
  • Track 4-11Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Education
  • Track 4-12Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Education
  • Track 4-13International Nursing Education
  • Track 4-14Nursing in Melbourne
  • Track 4-15Nursing in Australia
  • Track 4-16Nursing Science, Awareness and Development
  • Track 4-17Nursing Seminars
  • Track 4-18Problem-based Teaching and Learning

Clinical nurse specialists (CNS) are registered nurses who are expertise in evidence-based nursing practice within a specialty area. The CNS specially focuses on population, individual, and type of care, type of problem or diagnostic systems. They provide leadership all over the nursing field as they are trained in various sectors of nursing educations. In some countries CNS is a qualification rather than being a post. There are three domains for clinical nurse specialist practice –patient, nursing personnel and healthcare system.

  • Track 5-1Theoretical and Ethical Basis of Nursing
  • Track 5-2Statistical Literacy and Reasoning
  • Track 5-3 Epidemiology
  • Track 5-4Nursing Concepts and Theories
  • Track 5-5Ethics for Health Professionals
  • Track 5-6Research for Health Professionals
  • Track 5-7Health Program Planning and Evaluation
  • Track 5-8Outcomes of Performance Management : Theory
  • Track 5-9Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

The demand for medical instructors is high therefor there are new innovations to certain Clinical practice placements expose students to practical issues such as technological innovations, unpredictable care transitions, fast-paced environment and complex system issues. Clinical nursing education will allow students and practitioners to learn from their experiences and role models on the ground to prepare them for entry-level practice in a complex and diverse healthcare environment. Laboratory and simulation experiences provide not only students but different clinical practitioners and researchers with an effective and safe environment to learn and apply the cognitive and performance skills needed for actual practice. Simulation is a valuable element of clinical preparation. Patient care experiences with actual patients form the most important component of clinical education. Direct patient care clinical experiences provide valuable opportunities for student learning not found in other settings

  • Track 6-1Innovation in Clinical Nursing Education
  • Track 6-2Background of Regulation in Nursing Education
  • Track 6-3Regulatory Positions on Clinical Experiences
  • Track 6-4Myths and Realities in Education Programs
  • Track 6-5Other Regulatory Issues
  • Track 6-6Role of Clinical Instructors and Clinical Preceptors
  • Track 6-7Assessment and Evaluation

The main motto of evidence-based clinical practice is to improve patient care from experience to informed clinical practice. This helps in dealing with the treatment systematically as well as reducing the dosage of medicine and products on patients. Evidence-based clinical practice is done by assessing the result and applying it into the clinical care. It’s much more efficient and progressive in the field of research too. Satisfied patient outcomes are seen in evidence-based clinical practice. The match between external and objective clinical data and applied subjective clinical judgment is one of the critical clinical values for an evidence-based practice.

  • Track 7-1General Nursing Care
  • Track 7-2Nutrition and metabolism
  • Track 7-3Dermatologic Care
  • Track 7-4Cancer Care
  • Track 7-5Diabetes Care
  • Track 7-6Women Health & Geriatric Care
  • Track 7-7Maternal/Child Care - Paediatrics
  • Track 7-8Neurological Care and Musculoskeletal Care
  • Track 7-9Cardiovascular Care and Pulmonary Care
  • Track 7-10Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Track 7-11Intensive and Clinical Care
  • Track 7-12Oncology and Cancer Care
  • Track 7-13Pressure Ulcer Prevention

The non-clinical or general influence includes patient related issues such as ones socioeconomic status, patient’s expectation from nursing care, and physician related factors and interaction with their professional community where the treatment information is shared. The non-clinical practice focuses on clinical ethics, public health education, health policy and qualitative-quantitative research. The features of clinical practice such as private versus public practice as well as local management policies are discussed under evidence based-Non clinical practice.

  • Track 8-1Clinical Ethics, Drug Issues
  • Track 8-2Health Policy and Health Informatics
  • Track 8-3Medical Management
  • Track 8-4Public Health and Health Education
  • Track 8-5Smoking Cessation and Health Effects of Tobacco Use
  • Track 8-6Statistics : Qualitative Research and Quantitative Research

It is generally agreed that the development of advanced specialty courses is one of the urgent need of profession. The purpose of certain courses is to increase the credentials in nursing as well as development of knowledge. Along with the knowledge improvement it is the further preparation of private duty nurses to clinical assistant which may function professionally as practitioners or as teachers of practitioners. Advanced practices in pediatric, Geriatric as well as pharmacology increases the value in the field of clinical nursing.

  • Track 9-1Advanced Practice Concepts in Community Health
  • Track 9-2Advanced Health Assessment and Management
  • Track 9-3Advanced Health Assessment - Pediatric Variations
  • Track 9-4Advanced Health Assessment - Geriartric Variations
  • Track 9-5Advanced Physiology/Pathophysiology
  • Track 9-6Advanced Pharmacology
  • Track 9-7Health Policy Issues
  • Track 9-8Health Care Financing
  • Track 9-9CNS Practice Across the Adult Age Spectrum

Clinical nursing and clinical practice is a vast field with many stringent and complex techniques as it covers every aspects of nursing education. It is natural that doubts are rose between certain techniques and care issues. Patient care and effective outcome are expected with good care in clinical nursing. So certain topics such as central line maintenance, malnutrition in patients and cardiac monitoring can be discussed in the question and answer of clinical practice. It is necessary that no patient or practitioner should be left with incomplete knowledge of treatment took or given.

  • Track 10-1Assessment & Intervention- Clinical Practice
  • Track 10-2Care Issues - Medical-Surgical Patients
  • Track 10-3Central Line Care and Maintenance ; (Catheter-related blood stream infections or central line associated bacteremia)
  • Track 10-4Genitourinary (GU) ; Medical and Surgical Issues of The GU system
  • Track 10-5GI/Nutrition ; Malnutrition in Patients
  • Track 10-6Medication & Quality of Patient Care
  • Track 10-7Telemetry or Cardiac Monitoring

There are certain managements and association which provides clinical services to people who cannot reach out to certain facilities. These services include several healthcare system and policies according to an individual income or financial status. The healthcare system in America and Australia provided free services to such people. Clinical services deals with many other areas -entrepreneurships and handling of certain health policies and laws which makes the service available to everyone around. A capital is essential for the management and handling services. Clinical Nurse Specialists has a great role in providing services such as care and medical management, home safety evaluations. Nursing and pharmacy consultants offer clinical services all around the globe.

  • Track 11-1Principles of Clinical Services Management
  • Track 11-2 Long Term Care Management
  • Track 11-3Capital Project Design
  • Track 11-4 Healthcare Management Information Systems
  • Track 11-5Healthcare Laws/Ethics
  • Track 11-6 Quality Assurance/Risk Management
  • Track 11-7Community Health Issues
  • Track 11-8Healthcare System and Health Policy in Australia
  • Track 11-9Healthcare System and Health Policy in USA
  • Track 11-10 Marketing Principles and Entrepreneurship
  • Track 11-11 Rehabilitation Counseling Policy and Practice

The different type of nurses of each category brings specialized knowledge and skills to health care teams and workplaces. Although there are many types of nurses, specialization in the particular field makes a nurse or nurse practitioner different from others. Each nurse practitioner deals with his/her area of interest in nursing which can be –Pediatric nursing, Forensic nursing, Perinatal nursing, Postoperative care, Psychiatric and mental health nursing, Veterinary nursing, Rehabilitation nursing and many more. There are about 20380000 register nurses all over the world, there are about 30,000 professionally activated nurses in Europe, and in Switzerland there are more over 2000 registered nurses regarding the statistics of 2015.

  • Track 12-1Community Health Nursing
  • Track 12-2Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 12-3Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Track 12-4Veterinary Nursing
  • Track 12-5Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Track 12-6Perinatal Nursing
  • Track 12-7Perianesthesia Nursing
  • Track 12-8Occupational Health Nursing
  • Track 12-9Palliative Care Nursing
  • Track 12-10Gastroenterology Nursing
  • Track 12-11Forensic Nursing
  • Track 12-12Pediatric Nursing
  • Track 12-13Oncology Nursing

About a large portion of all legitimate attendant advisors chip away at staff at law offices, insurance agencies and different establishments, where their compensations are roughly the same as those of doctor's facility nursing executives, who gain about 100,000 franc and above as indicated by a 2014 Nursing Management compensation study. 

  • Track 13-1Healthcare Law
  • Track 13-2Ethical Issues in Legal Nursing
  • Track 13-3Medical Practice and Linked Life Insurance
  • Track 13-4Role of Legal Nursing
  • Track 13-5Legal Nurse in End-of-Life Care
  • Track 13-6The Affordable Care Act and its Importance
  • Track 13-7How Can Nurses Get Involved in Changing Health Policy ?

Preclinical research involves study protocols,scientific advances .In June 2015, approximately 10,000 unfilled clinical research associate (CRA).Demand for clinical research coordinator is also projected to increase. Preclinical research deals with clinicians from medicine and public health who can work with patients, infants to the elderly.

  • Track 14-1 Pre-Clinical Research Leading to Clinical Trials
  • Track 14-2 In-Vitro and In-Vivo Screening
  • Track 14-3 Developing Pharmacological Profile of The Drug
  • Track 14-4 Pre-Clinical Outsourcing
  • Track 14-5 Investigational New Drug Process

The evaluation of student learning as well as judgement using evidence-base practice outcomes to make sure of safe and effective care can coin as Clinical Evaluation. The clinical area has been the focus of much effort and energy as educators struggle with issues arising from the subjective nature of clinical evaluation and the role of clinical instructors as both teachers and evaluators. The teacher-evaluator and formative-summative distinction is viewed as a false dichotomy which enforces power differentials and impoverishes student learning. A case is built for clinical evaluation as a form of inquiry, the purpose being the discovery and verification of the process and product of the teaching and learning of nursing practice. Clinical Behaviour also comes under Clinical Evaluation and are assessed using certain methods. Fourth generation evaluation is proposed as a basis for evaluation practices that address the unique and context-dependent nature of clinical practice, are capable of producing credible and dependable clinical evaluations, and are supportive of empowering teacher-student relationships

  • Track 15-1Clinical Guidelines on Diseases
  • Track 15-2Expertise in Clinical Evaluation
  • Track 15-3Benefits of Clinical Evalaution
  • Track 15-4Methods Accessing Clinical Evaluation
  • Track 15-5Clinical Behaviour
  • Track 15-6Concepts of Clinical Evaluation