CME, CPD & CE accredited 14th World Healthcare, Hospital Management, Nursing, and Patient Safety
July 25-27, 2024 | Holiday Inn Dubai, UAE
What is nursing? What do nurses do?

Track 1: Nursing

What is nursing?
In simple terms, nursing is an integral part of a healthcare system that holds the entire journey of patient healthcare. This service is fully rated by the patient experience; whenever any of the diseased people need any care or favor from the nurses, they work tirelessly for their betterment. The nursing profession is entirely focused on the care of any individual, family, and community so they can live their lives happily.

A gathering where the most recent research & trends are discussed including amazing speakers and exclusive insights. Sign up to talk at the CME/CPD accredited World Nursing, Healthcare Management, and Patient Safety Conference, and show off your skills to the attendees from across the world.

Why Should Nurses Go to Attend the Conferences?

In the healthcare sector, nurses are essential. Nursing professionals can gain a lot from attending conferences, including networking opportunities, professional development, and exposure to cutting-edge clinical procedures and technological advancements. As medical professionals, nurses are essential to giving patients high-quality care. In order to remain current with the most recent developments in healthcare, nurses must never stop learning and developing during their careers.

For nurses, attending conferences is a great way to achieve just that. For the purpose of professional growth, networking, exposure to cutting edge technology, patient safety and risk management, speakers and special events, as well as career goals and opportunities, nurses should attend conferences.

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What do nurses do?
Nursing work can vary from taking intense treatment decisions in hospitals to injecting vaccines to schools’ children. So there is no particular answer that will describe the nurse’s works. Professional and experienced nurses work both individually and in collaboration with professional doctors and physicians. They also assist the newly experience nurses in taking care of patients and a variety of works.

What should you consider as a nurse?
Nursing is one of the most respected professions globally, with the duty of taking care and curing the patients. So, they can feel a homely environment and can recover soon. A nurse’s first and foremost duty is to treat the patient the same as the mother treats her newborn baby; this should be the motto every time.

Some responsibilities you should consider as a nurse,

  • Monitor patients and go for routine checkups like blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and provide medication and injections as prescribed.
  • Focus on patients’ needs
  • Follow proper care regulations and standards.
  • Work and collaborate with your juniors and teach them how to handle all things with care.
  • Nurture the patients, give physiological support, and company
  • Building trust with a patient so they can not feel any discomfort or nervousness.
  • Beyond all the responsibilities, you should attend the regional, national, or international nursing conferences, show that you can improve your workday by day, and last but not least, never stop learning from online nursing conference websites and forums.

Never stop learning; some nurses may take this path seriously and choose to enhance their career by earning a graduate degree to learn more advance clinical training. These nurses are called Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN).

Some APRN specialties are

  • Nurse practitioner (NP): Withholding the advanced degree, this practitioner category works in varieties of specialties and provides comprehensive and intense care to patients. NP specialties may include acute care, adult health, family health, gerontology, neonatal health, oncology, pediatric or child health, psychiatric or mental health, and women’s health. These practitioners provide care to surround like hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and probably carry private practices.
  • Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) These advance practitioner deals with healthy and non-high-risk women with obstetric and gynecologic care. They can work in the field like the hospital, birthing home, and patient homes.
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA): With this stimulating degree, these practitioners are likely to provide anesthesia to surgical proposes and other specific procedures.
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS): By expertise in this nursing field, a CNS may be found in surrounding like hospitals, offices, nursing homes, clinics, and within the community.

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Subtopics of Nursing

This sector holds more than 100+ categories based on their specialty. Below are some nursing specialties include

  • Ambulatory
  • Burn care
  • Camp or school
  • Diabetes care
  • Emergency nursing
  • Flight/transport
  • Forensic nursing
  • Geriatrics
  • Home health
  • Hospice
  • Labor and delivery
  • Medical-surgical care
  • Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)
  • Nephrology
  • Neuroscience
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Radiology
  • Rheumatology
  • Telemetry
  • Transplant
  • Trauma
  • Wound, ostomy, and continence care
  • Advance practice of nurses

Academy of Neonatal Nursing
Advanced Practice Nurses of the Ozarks
Advanced Practice Nurses of the Permian Basin
Advanced Practitioners for the River Region
Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
Alzheimer’s Association
American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing
American Academy of Nursing
American Assembly for Men in Nursing
American Assisted Living Nurses Association
American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC)
American Association for the History of Nursing
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
American Association of Critical Care Nurses

The American Society of Registered Nurses
Midwest Nursing Research Society
National Association Directors of Nursing Administration/Long Term Care
American College of Nurse Midwives
American Holistic Nurses Association
American Nephrology Nurses Association
American Thoracic Society: Nurses Section
Endocrine Nurses Society
Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN)
Transcultural Nursing Society
Society for Vascular Nursing
Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc.
Society of Nurses in Advanced Practice
Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head/Neck Nurses
Society of Pediatric Nurses Society of Trauma Nurses

Mayo Clinic
Cleveland Clinic
Massachusetts General Hospital
Johns Hopkins Hospital
UCLA Medical Center
New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
UCSF Medical Center
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian
NYU Langone Medical Center
Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University
UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital

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