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Announcement:

Dear Colleagues.
It is our pleasure to extend an invitation to attend the “9th UCG edition on Nursing & Patient Safety” (NPSUCG2021), which will be held in Amman, Jordan, from 6 to 8 April 2021.

NPSUCGs conferences have been organized since 2016 and attracted participants from all around the world to discuss the progress of their state of the Nursing & Patient Safety research. The theme of NPSUCG2021 is “Nursing and Patient Safety: Join hands for Patient Safety in Covid19 Pandemic” and its 23 sessions will include the recent and most important findings from the hottest topics in the various thematic sessions, including the occurrence of Nursing and Patient Safety which will be discussed in the context of Healthcare and Hospital with special emphasis on Nursing and Patient Safety. NPSUCG2021 will promote new tools, methods, most original findings, and hypotheses as well as original ideas presented by the new generation of scientists.

All scientists interested in NPSUCG2021 will find detailed information about the conference at https://nursing.universeconferences.com/

Abstract submission and registration can be made online.
Abstracts for consideration as Oral Presentations, Poster Presentations, and Young Research Presentations will be evaluated by the members of the organizing and scientific committee on the basis of the advance scientific quality, merit, and novelty as well as practical research application.

We look forward to welcoming you at NPSUCG2021, Amman, Jordan!

Best regards,
NPSUCG2021 Organizing Committee

Coronavirus is a respiratory viral disease that is impacting public health at its worse. This virus came from the seafood market Wuhan, China in December, and today it has been spread globally. Till now more than 247k deaths have been reported worldwide and 3.51M cases are confirmed. Italy, Spain, the US, China, Iran, Germany, France, and many more countries are affected by this deadly virus.

WHO declared Coronavirus (COVID-19) as pandemic and currently there is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19

The most common type of symptoms of COVID-19 are cold, fever, cough, tiredness, diarrhea and some experience sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose and some people are losing a sense of taste/smell and few experiences a regular cold and they recover without the help of any special treatment.

According to WHO, the elderly, people with heart problems, high blood pressure, diabetic patients, chronic respiratory diseases are at greater risk from Coronavirus.

Antibiotics are of no use for this viral disease. Recovery depends on ib the immune system of the patient.

It has become a global threat and led to a complete lockdown of countries. Researchers are working tirelessly to find a cure for this pandemic disease. Doctors, Nurses, Scientists, healthcare experts are giving their 100% to cure the patients suffering from COVID-19.

Follow WHO recommendation which says:

  • Don’t touch your face until your hands are not clean
  • Wash your hands for about 20 seconds.
  • Stay away from others who are infected.
  • Use handkerchief while sneezing or coughing, if you don’t have it use your shoulder
  • Stay home and isolate yourself

Do you have research work to present on Coronavirus?
We are organizing a conference on the Nursing and Healthcare Conference in Berlin, Germany from July 29- 30, 2020.

If you are unable to attend a conference but want to present your research work, we have a solution for you. We have an e-poster and video presentation option for that your presence is not required. For more details email us at: nursing@universeconferences.net

To submit abstract, please visit: https://nursing.universeconferences.com/submit-abstract/

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