Friday, 28 September 2018

Nursing Education Summit 2018/ Royal collage of Nursing /Global Nursing Conference/ Melbourne / Australia

Equal treatment for mental health problems still no nearer

#NursingEducationSummit2018 Equal treatment for mental health problems still no
nearer.#reserach from #Royal_College_of_Nursing suggest that improve #physicalhealth support for people with severe #mentalillness.

We are organizing a conference Global Nursing Education& Research scheduled on November 12-13,2018 in #Melbourne, #Australia You can also present your latest research and #innovation from the field of hashtag#NursingEducaion #mentalhealth, #CardiologyNursing, #LungCancerNursing #PediatricNeurobiologyNursing #nurse Interested speaker can present their latest research atour #conference .

Results from an RCN survey of mental health nursing staff show more than half think mental health equality hasn’t been achieved five years after the Westminster Government pledged to introduce measures to ensure people with serious mental health problems had the same access to treatment as that experienced by people with physical health problems. Health departments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have pledged similar measures.
Almost four in 10 respondents considered that their mental health setting was ill-equipped to respond to the physical health needs of people with serious mental illness.
Nursing staff say that to achieve mental health equality more funding for mental health care is needed, along with safe staffing of services and better commissioning of services. 
Tim Coupland, RCN Programme Lead for Parity of Esteem, said: “It’s not only a tragedy that people with mental illness die so much earlier than the general population, it’s also scandalous in a modern health service that we still have so far to go.” 
The RCN will push for sufficient funding for mental health services and develop guidance to help nursing staff in their clinical practice. The College is also asking nursing staff to forward examples of good practice that they know are making a difference.
Tim added: “We want to find out exactly what nursing staff working in mental health think will make a difference. The College and all nursing staff, not just those working in mental health, are determined to work with others to increase life expectancy for people with mental illness.”
Today the RCN hosts the launch of the charter by Equally Well UK, a new collaborative backed by over 50 health and care organisations. The charter invites those who support it to make pledges for the action they will take to improve physical health support for people with severe mental illness.

Saturday, 22 September 2018

Nursing Practice | Principles of Nursing Practice | World Nursing Education Congress | Nursing Education Summit 2018 | Melbourne | Australia

The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized Nursing education and is authorized to practice Nursing in his/her country. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying.

·         Oncology Nursing Society publishes Oncology Nurse Practitioner Competencies.
·         Pediatric Nursing is a Collaborative effort of the ANA.
·         Adult Health CNS
·         Child/Adolescent Psych & Mental Health CNS

The principles of Nursing Practice

  • Nurses and nursing staff treat everyone in their care with dignity and humanity – they understand their individual needs, show compassion and sensitivity, and provide care in a way that respects all people equally. 
  • Nurses and nursing staff take responsibility for the care they provide and answer for their own judgments and actions – they carry out these actions in a way that is agreed with their patients, and the families and carers of their patients, and in a way that meets the requirements of their professional bodies and the law.
  • Nurses and nursing staff manage risk, are vigilant about risk, and help to keep everyone safe in the places they receive health care. 
  • Nurses and nursing staff provide and promote care that puts people at the centre, involves patients, service users, their families and their carers in decisions and helps them make informed choices about their treatment and care. 
  • Nurses are at the heart of the communication process: they assess, record and report on treatment and care, handle information sensitively and confidentially, deal with complaints effectively, and are conscientious in reporting the things they are concerned about. 
  • Nurses and nursing staff have up-to-date knowledge and skills, and use these with intelligence, insight and understanding in line with the needs of each individual in their care.

#NursingEducationSummit2018  Invites you to present your latest #research and #innovation from the field of #NursingEducation#cardiologyNursing. #NursingPractice #AdvancedRegisteresNursePractitioner  and many more Interested speaker can present their latest research at our #conference.

Friday, 7 September 2018

Nursing Education Summit 2018 | Licensed Practical Nurse

The Nursing Practices Includes LPN and NCLEX-PN. The education program for a licensed practical Nurse is Lengths provides them with the training in basic Nursing that is required for the job. This Programme usually take about one year. All licensed practical nurses must pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses is NCLEX-PN

Nursing activities may only be legally performed by individuals. The persons issued a license are legally permitted to use certain titles, such as registered nurse, advanced practice registered nurse, etc.

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs), referred to as licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) in some states, are the second largest health care occupation that requires postsecondary education. Demand for LPNs is projected to grow substantially over the coming decades, particularly among long-term care providers, due to the aging of the US population. One third of LPNs are over age 50, prompting questions about whether the supply of newly licensed LPNs will be adequate to meet demand.

This report updates previous studies of trends in LPN education and licensure by presenting the newest available national data. The report describes trends in numbers and types of LPN education programs, numbers of persons completing LPN education and their characteristics, and numbers of persons taking and passing the National Council Licensure Examination-Practical Nurse (NCLEX-PN). It complements our recent report on trends in LPN employment and demographic characteristics.

Nursing Education Summit 2018 is conducting conference in Melbourne, Australia scheduled on November 12-13,2018. speaker around the world present their latest research in the field of Nursing ,Nursing Credentials and Certifications,Advanced Nursing Practice. Innovations in Nursing and many more.Interested speakers can also submit their abstract for the conference.For more info visit :NURSING EDUCATION SUMMIT 2018

Friday, 31 August 2018

NursingEducationSummit2018 / Nursingconferences / Modernization In Nursing Education

Implications for Nursing Education

                       Interdisciplinary assessment of care needs
                       Examination of evidence to support care needs
                       Interdisciplinary plan of care
                       Evaluation of care using a quality model
                       Application of quality improvement techniques and informatics to adjust the plan based on patient outcomes

The following are the Modernization trends in Nursing Education.
More Outpatient Care
Nurses will also find opportunities in outpatient settings such as ambulatory care clinics, rehabilitation centers, and clinics attached to assisted-living facilities, and even telehealth providers.
The Importance of Cultural Competency
When nurses are helping individuals, families, and groups from ever more diverse backgrounds. Nurses who are who are sensitive to the cultural habits, traditions, and beliefs of their patients will be able to provide care that takes these into account
Preventive Health
Nurses can help by focusing on measures to prevent chronic illnesses such as diabetes, slow down or mitigate the effects of aging on the body via exercise and improve overall wellness—as well as by educating patients about what further steps they can take on their own to improve their health.
Increasing Consumer Sophistication
Patients are also extremely knowledgeable about where to turn for health information, often doing their own research on the Internet. Consequently, patients may come to appointments with their own possible diagnoses and suggested treatments and medications. Such awareness can be as potentially harmful as it is helpful, forcing nurses to sort through possibly flawed information and incorrect assumptions as they perform health assessments.
The Rise of Nurse Informatics
Nurse informatics can support evidence-based nursing practice and improved patient care through better data collection, information analysis, easier and faster collaboration between health care professionals, and identification of both large- and small-scale health and patient trends

Friday, 24 August 2018

Clinical Nursing Research / Nursing Education Summit 2018 / Nursing events / Nursing meetings

Research that provides proof to assist Nursing practices is called the medical Nursing studies. Nursing, is an evidence primarily based place of practice, have been since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where many nurses now work as Researchers primarily based in universities as well as health centers.

Through medical Nursing studies you'll be able to offer excessive first-class patient care. Studies are wanted to evaluate the effectiveness of the Nursing remedy modalities, to decide the effect of Nursing care at the health of sufferers.
  • Case Management Nursing
  • Critical care nursing
  • Cardiac Nursing and Healthcare
  • Ambulatory care nursing
  • Anesthesia nursing
  • Psychiatry Nursing
The ultimate purpose of clinical nursing is patient care. Clinical nursing research is a systematic inquiry into the problems encountered in nursing practice and into the modalities of patient care. Clinical nursing practice without clinical nursing research is clinical nursing practice built on instincts without validation. Clinical nurse researchers should strive to develop partnerships with clinical nurses. As a result, clinical nurses will recognize the significance of their role in nursing research and researchers will realize the benefits of their research to patient care.

Saturday, 18 August 2018

NursingEducationSummit2018 / Nursingconferences2018 / Nursing Education Meetings

Two advanced nursing practice roles are:
·         Clinical nurse specialist (CNS)
·         Nurse practitioner (NP)
CNSs provide expert nursing care and play a leading role in the development of clinical guidelines and protocols. They promote the use of evidence, provide expert support and consultation, and facilitate system change.
NPs provide direct care, focusing on health promotion and the treatment and management of health conditions. They have an expanded scope of practice that enables them to diagnose, order and interpret diagnostic tests. They can also prescribe medications and perform certain procedures.

·         Obtain health histories and perform comprehensive physical examinations, including psychosocial, functional, and developmental assessment
·         Order and interpret lab results and other diagnostic studies
·         Develop differential diagnoses
·         Develop/order therapeutic plan of care
·         Maintain patient records
·         Evaluate patient’s response to plan of care and modify as needed
·         Provide patient/family counseling and education
·         Arrange for patient referrals/consultations
·         Participate in research studies

Thursday, 2 August 2018

Nursing Education Summit 2018/ Internation conference on Nursing/Top Nursing conference

Innovations in #NursingEducation
 #Global Nursing today has adopted several new technologies, simulation and social media in teaching and practice. They are also responsible for the Curriculum innovation & development in the field   of Nursing Education. Some #Innovations in #NursingEducation be,
Hand-Held Computers in #NursingEducation
·         #E-Learning
·         #Service-Learning
·         #Tele Teaching
·         #Micro Teaching
·         #Tele Nursing

1.      Online Education. #Nursingschools everywhere offer a variety of online courses so that you don’t have to quit your day job to further your #Education, whether it’s for a bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree.
2.      #InterprofessionalEducation: A growing number of nursing schools are teaming up with their counterparts from medical and #pharmacy schools--and others--to establish opportunities for students to learn with people from other #healthcare disciplines.
3.     New degree programs:  There are many types of #nursing degrees and affordable education options available to nursing #students. But before you attend school, you need to decide which #programs work best based on your career goals, time frame and current #lifestyle. Making a sound decision on your education will help set your #Nursingcareer up for success.
4.     New models of Academic progression: Today, in a growing number of areas, students can begin their 3coursework in nursing at a community college, transfer those credits and finish their baccalaureate degree at a university.
5.     Simulation and virtual simulation. Simulation has become integrated into #healthcare training programs, providing valuable opportunities for #nursingstudents to develop and practice their skills. There may be even more in the future, since simulation got an added boost of support in 2014 from a study released by the #NationalCouncil of State Boards of Nursing, which found that “high quality simulation experiences” could replace as much as half of traditional clinical experiences with comparable results.

Register for the Scientific sessions @ Nursing Education Summit 2018 Conference in November 12-13, 2018 at #Melbourne, #Australia &kindly submit #abstract for #Oral/poste