The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
The midwife is a profession of supporting the women in childbirth. A midwife provides care to women during pregnancy and birth and some also provide primary care related to reproductive health. This care includes the gynaecological examination, contraceptive counselling, promotion of normal birth, accessing medical care, detection of complication in mother and child and delivery care. Midwives have knowledge of reproductive education in nutrition, fertility, contraception, breastfeeding, pregnancy health, and quality infant care. The midwife also has important roles in education and health counselling not only for the women but also for the family and community. As primary care services are currently lacking many developing countries are investing the money and training for midwives and other community health workers.
- Track 1-1Health in Pregnancy
- Track 1-2Pregnancy Nutrition
- Track 1-3Neonatal Research
- Track 1-4Midwifery Prenatal Care
- Track 1-5Nonsurgical Gynaecological Care
- Track 1-6Postpartum Depression
- Track 1-7Midwifery Prenatal Care
- Track 1-8Maternal Childbirth Care
Nursing research promotes the health and healthcare technological knowledge, patient care and enhancing their responses to the health-related issues, management of symptom, acute care nursing research, cost-effectiveness, vulnerable population, response to illness, health service and nursing studies based on community. Each issue provides support to nursing participators and built their carrier. Nursing research focuses largely on the two areas they are quantitative research and qualitative research. Qualitative research help to understand the underlying reason and options on nursing while quantitative research help to rectify the nursing relate problem.
- Track 2-1Qualitative and Quantitative Nursing Research
- Track 2-2Mixed Method Nursing Research
- Track 2-3Technological Innovation in Nursing
- Track 2-4Advancements and Recent Trends in Nursing and Healthcare
Midwifery nurse practitioners are also called as midwives. A nurse midwife is a person have advance practice as a registered nurse, specialized education and training in midwifery. A nurse midwife is a licensed healthcare professional who help in childbirth and women’s reproductive health. The responsible for nurse midwifery attending the delivery, gynaecological examination, providing family planning services and giving primary care for reproductive health. Midwives provide consultation, management, collaborative management according to standards of midwifery practice.
- Track 3-1Primary Health Care
- Track 3-2Pregnancy Care
- Track 3-3Women Health Care
- Track 3-4Men in Midwifery Care
Nursing education educates nurses how to examine the patient, to administer different medicines and to deliver the health care to the patient in an effective way. The main aim is to develop the quality of nursing professionalism. Nursing education consists of training that will be in analytical or practical help to provide prepare nurse practitioners. These are provided by the nurse educators who guide to enter the clinical practice. The educational changes that occur in a society based on social and cultural life can result in the impact of modernisations. The medical caretaker is considered as a critical part in the care of individual, wellbeing advancement, anticipation techniques. The demand for nurse educator increases rapidly due to the shortage of licensed educators throughout the world.
- Track 4-1Continuing Nursing Education
- Track 4-2Education for Quality Care
- Track 4-3Health Diversity
- Track 4-4Nursing Teaching Strategies
This means to the series of function, responsibilities, roles, and activities in which midwife or registered nurse is competent, educated and have authority to perform. Their main aim is to provide guidance to the nurses and midwives profession for good health care practices. The framework about the scope of nursing and midwifery practice was shaped in 2000 to help medical caretakers and maternity specialist in building their experts by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). This NMBI had made changes and development in the health service and in nursing and midwifery roles. The changes in the system include the system of care provision, expansion of the scope of nursing and midwifery practice role and reforms in professional education.
- Track 5-1Midwifery Care
- Track 5-2Maternity Issues
- Track 5-3Major Role of Midwives
- Track 5-4Scope and Importance of Midwifery Nursing
The health of the women during the period of post-natal, prenatal and inter natal refers to the maternal health. The maternal and child health is mainly depending upon the maternal nutrition. The maternal morbidity and mortality occur due to the haemorrhage, infection, obstructed labour, unsafe abortion, high blood pressure. A healthy diet can help the children to grow, prevent obesity and other weight related diseases such as diabetes. The development adaptations that permanently change in metabolism, structure, physiology of the offspring may result due to the alternation in foetal nutrition, thereby preventing the individual to diseases in adult life.
- Track 6-1Reproductive Endocrinology
- Track 6-2Reproductive Cloning
- Track 6-3Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 6-4Placentation and Placental Function
- Track 6-5Biomarkers in Reproductive Medicine
- Track 6-6Pregnancy Nutrition
The women healthcare nurse provides specific consideration in the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause and many other problems facing by women in contemporary society. There are many diseases in which affect the women in a different way and need a distinct treatment. There are various tests like cervical cancer, breast cancer, bone density screening which will enable to avoid risks. In order to avoid the complication health issues, the women need knowledge about all aspects of the body not only in the reproductive system.
- Track 7-1Autoimmune Diseases in Women
- Track 7-2Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 7-3Health in Pregnancy
- Track 7-4Maternal Health
Midwife is a dynamic practice in which the paediatrics play vital role. They administer the Primary health management to the women and their infants, children and adults including physical, mental, and behaviour health issue so that it enhances the healthy habits and preventing the risk of illness and risk. Paediatrics will be an early predictor so that can able to prevent the infection that affects the child. They can able to support the women from the puberty to the menopause stage. The main aim is to reduce the death rate in infants and to control the spread of the diseases
- Track 8-1Child Psychology and Behavioural Studies
- Track 8-2Rehabilitation of Children
- Track 8-3Paediatric Mental Health Assessment
- Track 8-4Paediatric Nursing
The goal of the midwifery is to give support to the women during pregnancy with safety, unhindered and confidence by this way they can reduce the birth injury. midwives in maternity will be with women, listen to them, share their knowledge and decide. Midwives will administer the physical, psychological and social wellbeing of the mother throughout the pregnancy cycle, provide the education, counselling and continuous assessment who requires attention. They work in clinic, private homes hospitals or birth centres.
- Track 9-1Maternity Care
- Track 9-2Breast Feeding
- Track 9-3Pre-Conceptual Period
- Track 9-4Causes of Child Deaths
- Track 9-5Metabolism
In today’s world nursing science is one of the most important medical service sectors to facilitate the patient. Nursing science is referred to the holistic science due to the combination of the natural, applied and human science each of these is well understood in relating one another. Natural science will treat the person if the two people have the same ailment then the will treat in same way, however, Applied science in which examines the economics background and the community environment in which they will affect the patient, while the human science will study the social, cultural aspects and philological aspect of each individual. The development in nursing science can improve the clinicians and patients administer care, manage the conditions and balances the health care.
- Track 10-1Nursing Informatics
- Track 10-2Outlook and Advancements in Nursing
- Track 10-3Recent Trends and Development in Nursing and Healthcare
Prenatal care is otherwise called as antenatal care and it is a type of preventive healthcare. It is an important part during pregnancy to stay healthy, it includes the regular check-ups help to that help the doctor to treat and prevent the health problem, decreases the complication during pregnancy and increases the chance of healthy delivery. Postnatal or postpartum care usually starts after the birth of the baby and it last about 6-8 weeks. This period is divided into three phases: initial phase 6-12 hours after the birth, the subacute postpartum period lasts up to 2-6 weeks, delayed postpartum period lasts up to 6 months. During this period the mother should have to take proper nutrition, adequate rest, a procedure to handle the baby and other self-care.
- Track 11-1Advanced Techniques for Prenatal Diagnosis
- Track 11-2Prenatal Diagnosis, Molecular Genetic Analysis
- Track 11-3Detection and Prevention of Congenital Anomalies
- Track 11-4Birth Trauma and PTSD
Paediatric nursing is the medical care of the neonates and the children up to the adolescence stage. They perform the role in paediatric emergency unit, primary care unit, acute care unit, inpatient hospital or daily clinic. Neonatal nursing is the medical care to the patient from new-born to the age of two. They need high dedication, degree of skill and emotional strength as there are handled with new born. Although neonatal nurse work in the neonatal intensive care unit they also provide their services to acute care and primary care in order to stabilize the premature and sick babies to the normal condition.
- Track 12-1Paediatric Psychology
- Track 12-2Paediatric Vaccines
- Track 12-3Complication in Pre-birth and Neonatal intensive care
- Track 12-4Neonatal Research
- Track 12-5Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
- Track 12-6Paediatric Nurse Practitioner
Clinical nurse is the advance nurse who will provide the advice according to the individual condition or treatment. They are clinical experts in nursing practice within the area, managing the health of the patient. The CNS will be mainly focused on the individual type care, practice setting, problem type, medical subspecialty and population. The person to become a CNS they should become a registered nurse and then the master’s degree in clinical nurse specialities and training in any of the following fields such as acute care, community health, neonatal health, palliative care, geriatric health.
- Track 13-1Skills and Techniques in Clinical Nursing
- Track 13-2Clinical Nursing and Nursing theory
- Track 13-3Practices in Clinical Nursing
- Track 13-4Clinical Nursing & Evaluation
- Track 13-5Clinical Nursing Education
The person who specializes in preoperative care, provides care before, during and after surgery to the patient is the surgical nurse. Surgical nurse is otherwise called as theatre nurse or scrub nurse. Surgical nursing has specialization in different field like anaesthetic, recovery room, orthopaedic surgery nurse, colon surgery nurse, oncology surgical nurse, urological surgery nurse, circulating and instrument nurse. The surgical nurse role in surgery is to support and assist the patient, nurse anaesthetist, nurse practitioners, surgical technicians, nurse practitioners and help to prepare the operation room and patient for the purpose of the surgery. After the surgery i.e. post-operative, they must endure the patient and provide with suitable treatment and care.
- Track 14-1Obstetrics and Gynaecology Surgery
- Track 14-2Transplant Surgery
- Track 14-3Latest Advancements in Surgery
- Track 14-4Neuro Surgery
- Track 14-5General surgery
Cardiovascular nurse’s cares people with various condition of the cardiovascular system in which they suffer and help to recover from the cardiac procedure such as bypass, angioplasty or pacemaker surgery. The person who has the certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support is the cardiac nurses. The condition that cardiac nurse help to treat is cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, cardiomyopathy, unstable angina, myocardial infraction, cardiac dysrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist. The cardiac nurse role is to perform postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test evaluation, vascular monitoring, cardiac monitoring and health assessments. Cardiac nurses work in a different environment in cardiac-related care units.
- Track 15-1Cardiomyopathy
- Track 15-2Inflammatory Heart Disease
- Track 15-3Cardiac Arrest and Heart Failure
- Track 15-4Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
- Track 15-5Congestive Heart Failure
- Track 15-6Cardiac arrhythmias
- Track 15-7Heart transplantation
Critical care nurse focuses on the patient who is high dependency, life-threatening diseases, critically ill or unstable patients following surgery and operate/maintain life support systems. Critical care nurse can play their role in different environment and specialities such as cardiovascular intensive care units, intensive care unit, general intensive care units, and coronary care units. They can also work in the intensive care unit, trauma unit, and emergency room by undertaking some course such as trauma care course which is offered by the Emergency Nurse Association. Their duty is assisting the doctor, checking the patient vital sign, managing ventilation and life supporting equipment, taking blood samples and performing diagnostic tests.
- Track 16-1End of Life Care
- Track 16-2Intensive Care
- Track 16-3Emergency Care
- Track 16-4Infection Prevention and Immediate Care
Oncology nursing is one of the most challenging and rewarding fields of nursing other than from general practice nursing. The oncology nurse will care and educates who have cancer from children to elderly patient through the palliative care. They will administer the patients of pre, during and post chemotherapy, medication collaborates with doctors, cancer treatment and other clinicians for treatment plans. These nurses require oncology certified nurse certification and clinical experience in the field of oncology. They focus more on the area of diseases with appropriate screening, preventive practices, care to retain normal functioning as possible, symptom management and supportive measures upon life.
- Track 17-1Cervical Cancer
- Track 17-2Paediatric Haematology Oncology Nursing
- Track 17-3Surgical Oncology Nursing
- Track 17-4Chemotherapy Biotherapy
- Track 17-5Breast Care Nursing
- Track 17-6Cancer Nursing Partnership