Advanced Nursing Care 2019
Following the overwhelming success of our previous conferences, we are delighted to announce the “29th World Congress on Advanced Nursing Care” Conference held during December 9-10, 2019 at Dubai, UAE. The main theme of our conference is "Progressive Research Concepts and Preeminent Practices in Nursing Care".
This year conference will focus on:
• Transforming Lives through Nursing Education
• Transforming Lives by using technology
• Transforming Lives through quality Clinical care
• Understanding lived experience to transform lives
• The role of Nursing research to transform lives
• Nursing’s governance and management practices that transform lives
Assignment Statement: Center for Education Development assigns the live organization for this instructive activity for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™ and ANCC credit. Partakers should just guarantee to acknowledge comparable for the degree of their investment in the activity. Full accreditation data including revelations, credit hours accessible and workforce data will be given in the participant gift hand out onsite.
Advanced Nursing Care 2019 aim is to bring leading Nurses, Clinical nurse specialists, Nurse practitioners, Young inspired researchers, Associate Professors and Scholars together to share their experiences and research results and its development in Nursing & Health Care. Advanced Nursing Care 2019 also gives first in importance to provide an interdisciplinary forum for Directors, Researchers, Scientists, Academicians and Educators to present, share the knowledge and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, clinical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the fields of Nursing and Health Care.
Who can attend?
Advanced Nursing Care 2019 welcomes Nurses, Doctors, Physicians, Clinicians, Nurse Care practitioners, Professors, Research fellows, Directors, Deans, Post-graduates in Nursing Practices, Health Care Professionals, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nurse Managers/Supervisors, Clinical Study Observers, Nurse Midwives, Nurse Leaders, Nurse Entrepreneurs, Nursing Faculty, Nursing Academicians, Students. It is a social event to investigate issues of regular concern and furthermore trade learning, share evidence, thoughts, and create solutions.
To meet renowned speakers, the world's leading CEO's, Directors, decision and policymakers • To know about the on-going research projects on Nursing & Healthcare
- To keep abreast of all advances in Nursing Practice
- Chance to collaborate with research organizations with hospitals & healthcare organizations
- To share the research ideas and implement them
- Best opportunity to achieve the biggest assemblage of members from the Nursing Community.
- New contacts to enhance the business opportunities
In Dubai, and many other parts of the world, the demand for Nursing Practices services is increasing as the nurses are indispensable members of health teams and as health professionals closest to the public play a crucial role in health promotion, disease prevention, treatment and care.
Nursing is a popular field of study in Dubai and is taught at universities in every state and territory. With different workplace surroundings and areas of expertise, Nursing can be a highly satisfying and nourishing career choice.
Nurses are vitally important specialists who care for us when we’re at our most vulnerable. Whether we meet them in doctors, emergency rooms or even disaster areas and war zones, we rely on nurses to help us and our loved ones get better.
But while nursing can be a deeply rewarding career it can also be emotionally taxing, and the times are often long and irregular—with the result that Nursing employers often struggle to fill roles. Let’s look at the state.
Scope and Importance:
Nursing Conferences aim is to bring leading Nurses, Clinical nurse specialists, Nurse practitioners, Young inspired researchers, Associate Professors and Scholars together to share their experiences and research results and its development in Nursing Practice and Research.
Nursing Conferences also gives first in importance to provide interdisciplinary forum for Directors, Researchers, Scientists, Academicians and Educators to present, share the knowledge and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, clinical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the fields of Nursing Practice and Research.
Who can attend?
Nurses, Doctors, Physicians, Clinicians, Nurse Care practitioners, Professors, Research fellows, Directors, Deans, Post-graduates in Nursing Practices, Health Care Professionals, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nurse Managers/Supervisors, Clinical Study Observers, Nurse Mid-wives, Nurse Leaders, Nurse Entrepreneurs, Nursing Faculty, Nursing Academicians, Students. It is a gathering to explore issues of common concern and also exchange knowledge, share evidence, thoughts, and create solutions.
Market growth of Nursing in the World wide:
Today demand for nurses is greater than ever. People around the worldwide are living longer, and of course older people tend to use more healthcare services. In fact, according to the UN, the number of people in the worldwide aged 60 or older is expected to more than double by 2050, exceeding two billion. In the US another factor is leading to increased demand for Nursing Practice and Research: The Department of Nursing Services reports that 20 million individuals have gained insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Little wonder, then, that of the more than 800 different professions scheduled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), registered nurses are projected to have the second-highest job growing over the next ten years. When you look solely at occupations that require a bachelor’s degree, registered nurses take the number 1 spot. Today there are nearly 3 million nurses employed in the US and 439,300 more positions are expected by 2024, a 16% growth from 2014.
Market Analysis for Nursing in Dubai:
The number of RNs working in both the public and private sectors increased from 2009 to 2013, with the number working in the private sector increasing at a greater rate than those in the public sector. This resulted in the percentage of all RNs employed in the public sector falling by three percentage points from 2009 (69 %) to 2012 (66 %), with the percentage of RNs employed in the private sector growing three percentage points. Overall, the total number of employed ENs fell slightly from 2009 to 2012 (by approximately 100 ENs). While over half of all ENs were employed in the public sector in 2012, the move from employment in the public to private sectors was more pronounced in the EN workforce – with the percentage of ENs in the public sector falling from 62 % to 55 %, and a corresponding increase in private sector employment (from 38 % to 45 %).
Nursing Associations Worldwide:
- Canadian Federation of Nurses' Union
- California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee (CNA/NNOC)
- Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa
- Finnish Union of Practical Nurses
- Manitoba Nurses' Union
- New South Wales Nurses' Associations
- New Zealand Nurses Organization
- Royal College of Nursing
- South African Democratic Nurses' Union
- Tennessee Nurses Association
- United American Nurses
- United Nurses of Alberta
- Washington State Nurses Association
- New York State Nurses Association
Nursing Universities Globally:
- CMC Vellore College of Nursing
- Duke University School of Nursing
- Yale School of Nursing
- School of Nursing, University of Washington
- School of Nursing, University of Michigan
- University of Edinburgh Nursing School
- School of Nursing Johns Hopkins University
- School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at University of Manchester
- School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
- University of Toronto
- Karolinska Institute
- King's College London (KCL)
- University of Manchester
Nursing Universities in UAE:
- RAK Medical & Health Sciences University
- Dubai Medical College
- Synergy University Dubai Campus
- Gulf Medical University
- University of Fujairah
- American University in the Emirates
- Fatima College of Health Sciences
- Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences
- Skyline University College