Organized by USG United Scientific Group a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
April 17-18, 2024 | Four Points by Sheraton, Los Angeles, CA
April 19, 2024 | Online
Approved for CEUs
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 17854, for a maximum of 18 Contact Hour(s)
Director and Professor, School of Nursing, California State University, Long Beach, 2022 Outstanding Faculty Service
Title: A study of tobacco and alcohol consumption behaviors in Armenian immigrants in the USBiography
Executive Dean, Healthcare Initiatives at Strategic Education Inc.OH, Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Lifetime Achievement Award, Nicholas Andrew Cummings Award for Excellence in Interprofessional Practice, Vice President, Policy for the National Academies of Practice
Title: Healthcare of the futureBiography
Past President, IAHSS, Owner, Secured & Prepared Consulting, LLC, Russell L. Colling Literary Award Winner, Year 2020
Title: Safety precautions for radiology nurses
Director of RN-BSN Program Track; Interim Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Assistant Professor
Title: Development of a telehealth guide for E-empathy in goals of care conversations for African-American/black kidney patientsBiography
Adriana Glenn is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at George Washington University in Ashburn, Virginia. She has almost 30 years of experience as a family nurse practitioner and more than 10 years of experience in higher education. Her primary research interest consists of studying how families of children with rare diseases use the internet for communications, including obtaining medical information and getting online support.
Her dissertation topic was the online communication/e-health communication uses of mothers of children with Alagille Syndrome. Her late daughter Avery, who was born with Alagille syndrome, inspired the topic.
Additionally, she has interests in addressing issues regarding culture and health. Dr. Glenn maintains her clinical practice as a nurse practitioner for the Virginia Department of Health, City of Alexandria. Her previous clinical experiences include cardiac critical care, providing health care in educational settings (K-12 public schools, higher education institutions) and working in a variety of community and public health environments including urgent care, occupational/employee health, community clinics and public health departments and clinics.
Dr. Glenn has extensive experience teaching in a variety of academic environments including clinical instruction, precepting and lab instructor at the community college, undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Glenn lends her expertise as a legal nurse consultant, rendering opinions related to the delivery of nursing and other healthcare services. She is an active member of the Alagille Syndrome Alliance, American Nurse Association, International Family Nurses Association, National Organization for Nurse Practitioner Faculties and Sigma Theta Tau International Society of Nursing.
Professor, School of Nursing, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg & Brownsville, Texas
Title: Improving student success in second degree BSN programs (the role of faculty development and student mentoring programs)Biography
Academic Program Director and Chair of Nursing, National University, CA
Title: Use of the odds ratio in clinical researchBiography
USG-United Scientific Group, A non-profit organization, is glad to announce the "7th International Conference on Nursing Science & Practice (Nursing Science-2024)" scheduled for April 17-19, 2024, in Los Angeles, CA. The Nursing Science-2024 is a leading forum for nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetist, nurse midwives, clinical nurses, and nurse consultants, along with researchers, educators, administrators, policy makers and students to learn, exchange knowledge and discuss to advance their professional development and clinical performance.
The conference's aim to provide a platform for exchanging knowledge, advancing professional development, and discussing healthcare improvement aligns well with the needs of the nursing community. The inclusion of both in-person and virtual attendance options makes it more accessible to a wider audience, given the ongoing considerations regarding travel and gatherings.
LAC+USC Medical Center, LA
The conference was very informative, and I enjoyed all of it.
School of Medicine of University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
I would like to thank you for this incredible opportunity. The themes of this conference were so relevant!
Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
It was a great honor to attend the conference. I must say the conference was well organized.
HMC-Women’s Wellness and Research Center, Qatar
I had a great time and gained networks with other experts.
Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology, Philippines
Thank you for the opportunity to present two of my research studies. I found the conference informative. It covered wide topics in health science and practice. The presentations from different countries/researchers open new ideas and concepts in the field. Kudos!
Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan
Thank you for your invitation to join the 5th International Conference on Nursing Science and Practice. It is organized well according to sessions. Also, most of the presented papers discussed interested and updated topics and provided important recommendations for practice and future research.
University of Notre Dame WA, Australia
Thank you for all your hard work you invested to ensure the conference was running smoothly. It was well organized, and I liked your quick responses when I had a question upfront.
Jiangnan University, China
It was a successful conference in which we had an in-depth and meaningful exchange with nursing researchers from around the world.
Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
I really enjoyed my time at this conference. It was a nice experience for me. Well organized conference. Really, it was very informative, engaging, and helpful. Thank you for all the great work! Further, all presentations and posters were very fruitful for the researchers and students of nursing science and practice.