Theme: (CME CPD Credits Available )Examining New Developments, Research, and the Best Nursing Practices

Nursing Care 2023

Nursing Care 2023

We cordially invite all dignitaries and sponsors from all over the world to the “24th World Congress on Nursing Care and Health Care”, which will be held in Rome, Italy, May 18-19 May, 2023, with the theme "Examining New Developments, Research and Best Nursing Practices"

We warmly invite you to join us at Nursing Care 2023, a venue where you can be sure that you'll interact with scientists from all around the world as needed.

Young researchers and scientists from all over the world would benefit from receiving a global platform to present their journals and views on the same Nursing Care 2023 in front of eminent researchers, scientists, and academics. The Editorial Board Members and in the presence of our esteemed Organizing Committee Members demonstrated an unprecedented response and dynamic interest.

The 24th World Congress on Nursing Care and Health Care is set for May 18-19, 2023 in Rome, Italy. On behalf of the Scientific Organizing Committee, we are delighted to extend a warm invitation to all interested parties. With quick Keynote talks, Oral presentations, Poster presentations, Sponsor Ships, and Exhibitions,  Nursing Care 2023 welcomes all attendees from around the world.

This conference's theme is "Examining New Developments, Research and Best Nursing Practices" . Nursing Care 2023 is a two day event that includes a lettered scientific programme, loud able talks by the top notch of the international scientific community, and brings together active researchers, intellectuals, academicians, students, contributors, and industrialists to exchange ideas, communicate research findings, and discuss new advancements in all kinds of available Nursing therapies worldwide innovative research products which can be exhibited for further development. By gathering all renowned oncologists under one roof, this Nursing Care Congress will be the biggest and most fruitful international conference that especially focuses on the Nurse Care and Healthcare.

Track 1: Professional and Continuing Nursing education

Each year, a nurse must maintain continuing education credits in one of the several nursing programs, nursing  courses, or continuous competency records for the three licensing renewal cycles. While integrative treatments and alternative approaches may meet health requirements by encouraging comfort, healing, and well-being in nursing care, nursing ethics, a form of applied ethics, is concerned with actions in the area of nursing. The registered nurse practices in a way that is both ecologically safe and healthful, as per the Standards of Professional Nursing Practice. An authorized "volunteer retired nurse" must complete 10 hours of CNE for each two-year cycle of their permission renewal in order to provide exclusively voluntary charity care.

Track 2: Patient Safety & Health Care

Patient safety has also been a top goal in nursing education, which places a focus on safety in healthcare through the prevention, reduction, reporting, and study of medical errors, which frequently have negative impacts. Most countries have nursing and patient care courses that are useful for both general nursing and for specialized fields including mental health nursing, paediatric nursing, and post-operative nursing. Additionally, post-competency courses in nursing-related professional disciplines are offered through nurse education. Everyone involved in a patient's well-being, including their families, other patients, and social insurance professionals, require a variety of patient security features. These specialists are also aware of the finest methods for ensuring everyone's on going security.

Track 3: Nursing Practice

A shared concept of nursing, compassion and an awareness of one's own moral principles are requirements for professional nursing practise. Therefore, it is crucial to draw attention to concepts of caring in nursing that can improve nurses' self-reflection on ethical underlying values and foster a deeper knowledge of caring in nursing practise. Knowing some of the theorists who have historically made contributions to the evolution of nursing can be crucial to understanding that growth.

Track 4: Critical Care Nursing

Continual conferences, updates, continuing medical and nursing education, seminars, and training programmes for the further training of nurses and physicians emerged as a result of the establishment of Indian critical care nursing and medical associations. The creation of recommendations and the consolidation of research initiatives on the prognosis of patients with severe illnesses are two difficulties that lie ahead. 

Track 5: Orthopaedic Nurse

Through a variety of practise areas including musculoskeletal trauma, degenerative diseases, tumors, and bone health, orthopedic nurse practitioners (ONPs) now cover gaps in the delivery of treatment. The many different areas of practise include fracture care, surgical assistance, performing surgical and/or advanced clinical procedures, prescribing bone health treatments, making house calls, and administering ONP-led outpatient clinics.

Track 6: Clinical Nursing

A highly trained nurse leader who focuses on a particular area of practise is known as a clinical nurse, often known as a "clinical nurse specialist." In addition to advancing healthcare innovation inside their organisations and the broader society, clinical nurses support the work of other nurses. Although they may also carry out standard nursing tasks including patient diagnosis and treatment, their main areas of interest are consultation and research. The responsibilities of a clinical nurse differ depending on their company and expertise. Some of the most frequent duties carried out by clinical nurses include:
· Providing professional insight for difficult situations and medical emergencies
· Explaining how to manage health issues to patients and their caregivers

Track 7: Dental Nurse

A dental nurse is a capable team member who can plan, manage, comprehend, and work in the intricate setting that is the modern dentistry office. At a time when the government is battling obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay, dental nurses may also help patients by communicating holistic health messaging about topics like food and nutrition.

Track 8: Healthcare and Maternal Child Health

The preservation or enhancement of health via the avoidance, detection, and treatment of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental limitations in individuals is known as healthcare. Health practitioners in allied health disciplines provide medical care. It is explained how prenatal, perinatal, and children's health services are used in both hospital and community settings. The descriptions of fertility, abortion, adolescent pregnancy, and infant mortality highlight the accomplishments and difficulties. This summary of mother and child services sheds light on a crucial area of health care advancement and the setting in which the SCDS is carried out.

Track 9: Neonatal Nursing

An infant's first month of life is known as the neonatal phase. The nursing speciality of neonatal nursing provides care for new-born infants with conditions like preterm, low birth weight, congenital impairments, and cardiac concerns. In general, neonatal nursing describes the treatment of individuals who need assistance soon after birth.

Track 10: Paediatric Nursing

A skilled nurse with a focus on treating kids of all ages, from infants to teenagers, is known as a paediatric nurse practitioner. A PNP who decides to work in primary care (PNP-PC) may guide young children and their families through the frequent coughs and colds of childhood by adopting a patient-centred approach. By using a treatment-focused approach, a PNP-AC may treat critical, chronic, and acute disorders in an intensive care setting.

Track 11: Gerontological Nursing

Gerontological nursing oversees the care of more senior adults, their families, and networks in order to promote maturation and the highest levels of personal fulfilment. The term "gerontological nursing" was replaced with "geriatric nursing" in the 1970s to meet the concerns of a growing population. Geriatric medical assistants must possess specialised skills in emotional wellbeing, training, therapy planning, and recovery.

Track 12: Cardiac Nursing

Nursing patients with coronary artery disease, congestive cardiovascular collapse, recovering from angioplasty, or avoiding a medical procedure are all examples of cardiovascular nursing. Patients with various types of cardiac diseases or ailments are treated and cared for by medical professionals in this discipline. The cardiologist and heart medical attendants collaborate closely and routinely do pressure test assessments.

Track 13: Tele Nursing and Travel

Tele nursing is the practise of using communication and information technology to deliver nursing care when there is a significant physical separation between the patient and the nurse or between several different healthcare practitioners. The cost-cutting in the health care system, the rise in the number of elderly people who are critically ill, and the lack of health care facilities in remote locations like rural areas are just a few of the reasons why Tele nursing is expanding and gaining popularity in many countries.

Track 14: Euro Nursing

Finding opportunities and problems for the nursing community, management, and education in connection to health inequities is the goal of Euro nursing's research on new developments in health practise. Nearly 3.5 million nursing professionals are employed in the U.S. today, making up nearly three out of every five expert and specialised jobs in the human services sector and 57% of the 6.1 million jobs in health-related fields.

Track 15: Diabetes

Diabetes is caused by a decreased ability to produce insulin or a decreased ability to utilise insulin. The hormone insulin, which is secreted by the pancreatic beta cells, enables (glucose) cells to be able to utilise glucose. This hormone is necessary for glucose to go from the blood to the cells of the body. When insulin levels are low, glucose builds up in the bloodstream rather than entering the cells. Due to the high levels of glucose in the circulatory system in cancer, the body cannot use glucose for vitality. The most widely acknowledged side effects of diabetes are the abnormally high levels of thirst, urination, and appetite that result from this. The sugar avalanche remains in the blood and is also expelled by the feathers.

Track 16: Endocrinology

The endocrine system is a network of glands that produces and releases hormones; endocrinology is the area of biology and medicine that deals with this system. These hormones control a number of bodily processes, including heartbeat, tissue growth, and the production of new life.

The body's ability to convert food into energy that fuels cells and organs is one of the many crucial bodily processes that these glands help regulate. The endocrine system affects your heart rate, bone and hair growth, and even your capacity to become pregnant. It is crucial to your risk of developing a number of hormone-related ailments, including diabetes, thyroid problems, growth disorders, sexual dysfunction, and others.

Track 17: Paediatric Endocrinology

Paediatric endocrinology is a therapeutic specialism that deals with several endocrine organs, including diabetes, various types of adolescent sexual development and physical maturation, and others. Depending on the age range of the cases they treat, paediatric endocrinologists typically address patients from early childhood through late adolescence and early adulthood.

Type1diabetes is the most widely recognised ailment in this field, accounting for more often than not no less than half of a typical clinical practise. Developmental problems are the next most common problem, especially those that can be treated with development hormones.

Track 18: Cancer

When cells in a particular area of the body proliferate and replicate uncontrollably, it is called cancer. The malignant cells have the ability to enter nearby healthy tissue and kill it, including organs. In the millions of cells that make up the human body, cancer can develop practically anywhere.

Human cells often divide (via a process known as cell growth and multiplication) to create new cells as the body requires them. New cells replace old ones when they die as a result of ageing or damage. Occasionally, this systematic process fails, causing damaged or aberrant cells to proliferate when they shouldn't. Tumours, which are tissue masses, can develop from these cells.

Tumours may or may not be malignant (benign). Cancerous tumours can move to distant parts of the body to produce new tumours, invade neighbouring tissues, or both (a process called metastasis). Malignant tumours are another name for cancerous tumours. Malignancies of the blood, including leukaemia, seldom develop solid tumours although many other cancers do.

Track 19: Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy damages cancer cells' DNA, which either kills them or limits their growth at high dosages. Cancer cells that have DNA damage that cannot be repaired either cease proliferating or die. When the injured cells expire, the body degrades and eliminates them.

Radiation therapy does not instantly eradicate cancer cells. Before cancer cells experience enough DNA damage to cause them to die, days or weeks of treatment are required. After radiation therapy is finished, cancer cells continue to perish for a few weeks or months. It is frequently employed to treat cancer. Radiotherapy is a component of the treatment plans for around half of all cancer patients. In addition to cancer, radiotherapy is sometimes used to treat thyroid illness, various blood problems, and benign (non-cancerous) tumours.

Track 20: Dental Pharmacology

Dental pharmacology is the study of drugs that are used to treat conditions of the mouth. Among these medicines are periodontitis treatments, analgesics, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory drugs. Dental pharmacology studies how medications are utilised for treatment, diagnosis, and prevention. Evaluation of the advantages and risks of drug administration, drug abuse, pharmaceutical interactions, and individual variability in drug response are all significant issues in therapeutic settings.

Track 21: Oral Microbiology and Pathology

The sole area of dentistry, oral pathology, serves as a link between clinical and basic sciences, notably molecular biology. Along with the unique knowledge of histology and cytopathology, it directs a new path for study in oral healthcare. We must adapt this algorithm into our area of expertise in the modern world, which is turning the entire planet into a digital hub. Oral pathology could become more scalable and efficient thanks to digital technologies. They might transform pathologists' work into a more innovative and data-driven field while facilitating quicker and more precise diagnosis for patients. A change in our society will result from the development of technology in the fields of genetics, molecular biology, regenerative treatments, and digital imaging.

Nursing Care 2023 aims to find advances in health apply, management, and education in relevancy health disparities additionally as a breadth of alternative topics. According to the reports, total health care spending of Edinburgh is 9.5% of GDP according to 2014 and estimated to increase by 10.6% by 2020. Estimated healthcare expenditure of Edinburgh, Scotland is $208 million, it is higher compared to other countries in Europe. Health care expenditure of Latin America is $89.2 billion and expected to increase to $101.8 billion by 2024.

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Global Nursing Market, By Type of Service (Home Healthcare Providers, Nursing Facilities, Group Care Homes, Retirement Communities), Gender of End User (Women's Nursing, Nursing for men), type of expenditure (public expenditure, private expenditure), Country (United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, Rest of Europe, Japan, China, India, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Rest of Asia Pacific, Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Israel, Rest of Middle East and Africa) Industry Trends and Forecasts to 2027                             

    Market Analysis and Insights: Global Nursing Market

The nursing care market is expected to experience market growth during the forecast period from 2022 to 2027. Data Bridge Market Research analyzes that the market is growing with a CAGR of 5.10% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2027. Rising geriatric population will help accelerate the growth of the nursing care market.

Nursing refers to the coordinated and self-directed treatment of individuals of all ages, groups, communities and families by trained individuals or nurses. It includes personalized care approaches with added safety, convenience, and comfort.

Growing concern for better health care, increasing prevalence of several diseases such as diabetes and cancer, rising health care awareness and long-term care system are some of the factors that are expected to drive the growth of the nursing care market during the forecast period from 2022 to 2027. On the other hand, the increasing number of hospitals and the growth of personalized care will create several opportunities that will lead to the growth of the nursing care market during the period.

However, shortage of reimbursements for nursing care and high price of healthcare will act as restraints and may hamper the growth of the nursing care market during the above-mentioned period. But lack of proper healthcare system in rural areas and accessibility of smaller number of trained nurses will be challenges for the growth of the nursing market.

This Nursing Care Market report provides details about recent new developments, trade regulations, import and export analysis, production analysis, value chain optimization, market share , the impact of domestic and localized market players, analyzes opportunities in terms of emerging revenue pockets, changes in market regulations, strategic market growth analysis, market size, category market growth, niches and dominance of applications, product approvals, product launches, geographic expansions, technological innovations in the market. To get more insights on the Nursing Care Market, contact Data Bridge Market Research for an Analyst Brief, our team will help you make an informed market decision to achieve market growth.

Nursing Care Market Scope and Market Size

The nursing care market is segmented based on service type, end-user gender, and expense type. The growth among these segments will help you analyze weak growth segments in the industries and provide users with valuable market overview and market insights to help them make strategic decisions for identification of major market applications.

·         Based on type of service, the nursing care market is segmented into home care providers, nursing facilities, group care homes, and retirement communities.

·         Based on the gender of the end user, the nursing market is segmented into female nursing and male nursing.

·         Based on type of expenditure, the nursing care market is segmented into public expenditure and private expenditure.

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