Nursing research is improve the health of individuals, families, and communities with the developed science which helps people to strengthen the quality of their lives; from adolescents living with diabetes, to premature infants in neonatal intensive care units, to elderly cancer survivors with pain. Nursing Science is a disciplines for better understanding the experiences of patients, individuals and families living with illness across diverse populations and to develop personalized skills to improve health and well-being for individuals at all stages of life.
Nursing Science-2020 scientific programs include critical topics like disease symptoms, wellness, and self-management of chronic conditions, end-of-life and palliative care, innovative skills, and training nurse scientists. It will cover all issues of clinical research that are significant to practicing nurses, providing an international platform to encourage discussion among clinical practitioners, educators, enhance clinical practice by applications of the latest scholarly research, and disseminate research findings of particular interest to practicing nurses. In this conference, nursing researchers can collaborate with their clinician colleagues, share their findings so that it can be translated quickly and can be more beneficial to the patients.
Research work on all aspects of healthcare will be considered for featured presentation, including nursing education, community health nursing, specialist nursing topics, programs, policy, management, ethical issues, and healthcare systems.
Career in Nursing:
The current shortage of nurses is caused by an increased number of hospitalized patients climbing rates of chronic issues like obesity and diabetes, and a growing emphasis on preventative care. It has expanded the opportunities for nurses in HMOs, home care, occupational health, surgical centers, and other primary care settings. There are some most popular nursing programmes in the United States like:
LPN (The Licensed Practical Nurse) and LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) Programmes
ADN (The Associate Degree in Nursing) Programs
BSN (The Bachelor of Science in Nursing) Programmes
MSN (The Master of Science in Nursing) Programs
CRNA (The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist) Programs
RN to BSN Programs
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