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Emergency Nursing 2024

About Conference


Welcome to the 8th Annual Congress on Emergency Nursing & Case Reports a prestigious event that brings together emergency nursing professionals, healthcare practitioners, researchers, and educators from around the world. This dynamic conference, scheduled to take place from March 21-22, 2024 in Paris, France provides a unique platform for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and professional growth in the field of emergency nursing.

With the theme " Emergency Nursing Excellence: Advancing Practice and Patient Care" this congress will showcase the latest developments in emergency nursing practice, critical care management, trauma response, and disaster preparedness. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore innovative case reports, share best practices, and learn from esteemed experts through keynote lectures, workshops, and interactive sessions. The congress will cover a wide range of topics, including cardiovascular emergencies, pediatric care, mental health crisis interventions, infectious disease outbreaks, and ethical considerations in emergency nursing. Additionally, we will discuss advancements in emergency care technology, interprofessional collaboration, and the role of emergency nurses in disaster response. Our goal is to facilitate meaningful discussions and foster collaborations that will lead to advancements in emergency nursing practice and improved patient outcomes. Join us for this enriching and transformative experience at the 8th Annual Congress on Emergency Nursing & Case Reports. We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting event and engaging in valuable exchanges that will shape the future of emergency nursing.

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Innovations in Emergency Nursing Practice: Best Practices and Emerging Trends

Innovations in emergency nursing practice are at the forefront of providing efficient, safe, and patient-centered care in critical situations. This session will highlight the latest developments, best practices, and emerging trends that are reshaping the landscape of emergency nursing. From advanced technology integration to interprofessional collaboration, this session will delve into the innovative approaches that enhance patient outcomes and streamline emergency care delivery. Attendees will explore cutting-edge technologies such as telemedicine, point-of-care diagnostics, and digital health solutions, which are revolutionizing the way emergency nurses assess and manage patients. Furthermore, discussions will center around novel triage systems, optimized patient flow, and evidence-based protocols that expedite care without compromising quality. The session will also emphasize the importance of continuous professional development and how staying up-to-date with emerging trends can enhance emergency nursing practice. By bringing together seasoned experts, researchers, and frontline practitioners, this session will inspire knowledge sharing, foster collaboration, and pave the way for a more resilient, efficient, and compassionate emergency nursing practice. Attendees will leave with valuable insights to elevate their practice and drive transformative change in emergency care.

Session 02: Trauma and Critical Care Management: Insights from Real-life Case Reports

The "Trauma and Critical Care Management: Insights from Real-life Case Reports" session is a compelling platform that offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights from real-world experiences in managing trauma and critical care cases. By delving into actual patient cases, this session provides a deeper understanding of the challenges and complexities faced by emergency nursing professionals and critical care teams. Through the presentation of diverse case reports, attendees will explore the latest advancements and evidence-based practices in trauma care, resuscitation, and life-saving interventions. From initial assessment to patient stabilization and ongoing management, these case reports shed light on successful strategies and lessons learned in delivering prompt and effective critical care. By drawing from actual patient scenarios, this session facilitates interactive discussions, encouraging participants to share their experiences and collaborate on innovative solutions. Attendees will leave with a wealth of knowledge, empowered to optimize trauma and critical care management and make informed decisions in high-stress, time-critical situations.

Session 03: Pediatric Emergencies: Challenges and Solutions in Pediatric Care

The "Pediatric Emergencies: Challenges and Solutions in Pediatric Care" session is a pivotal platform dedicated to exploring the unique complexities and best practices in managing emergencies involving children. This session focuses on equipping emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to provide optimal care for pediatric patients. Attendees will gain insights into the specific challenges faced in pediatric emergencies, such as accurate assessment, communication with children and their families, and administration of age-appropriate interventions. Presentations of real-life case studies will illustrate successful approaches to handling various pediatric emergencies, including respiratory distress, allergic reactions, and traumatic injuries. Moreover, the session will address the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in pediatric care, fostering collaboration between emergency nurses, pediatricians, and other healthcare professionals. Discussions on innovative technologies, pain management, and psychological support for children and their families will offer practical solutions to enhance pediatric emergency care. By participating in this session, attendees will enhance their competence and confidence in managing pediatric emergencies, ensuring the highest standard of care and improved outcomes for the youngest and most vulnerable patients.

Session 04: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Strategies for Emergency Nurses

The "Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Strategies for Emergency Nurses" session is a crucial platform that addresses the unique challenges faced by emergency nurses when dealing with mental health crises. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with effective strategies and interventions to provide compassionate and evidence-based care for patients experiencing mental health emergencies. Attendees will explore best practices in assessing and de-escalating mental health crises, fostering a therapeutic environment in the often chaotic emergency setting. Presentations on crisis intervention models, communication techniques, and collaborative approaches will empower nurses to respond confidently and competently to patients in distress. Moreover, discussions will center around the importance of destigmatizing mental health, promoting patient safety, and facilitating timely referrals to mental health specialists. Attendees will also learn about self-care strategies to address the emotional challenges of caring for patients in mental health crises. By participating in this session, emergency nurses will gain valuable insights to enhance their skills and knowledge in mental health crisis interventions, ultimately contributing to better patient outcomes and improved mental health support within emergency care settings.

Session 05: Cardiovascular Emergencies: Rapid Assessment and Life-saving Interventions

The "Cardiovascular Emergencies: Rapid Assessment and Life-saving Interventions" session is a critical forum that emphasizes the urgency and precision required in managing cardiovascular crises. This session is dedicated to providing emergency nursing professionals with the latest strategies and techniques to swiftly assess and intervene in life-threatening cardiovascular events. Attendees will delve into rapid yet accurate assessment methods, including focused physical examinations and the utilization of advanced cardiac monitoring technology. Presentations on interpreting cardiac rhythms, ECG changes, and hemodynamic parameters will equip emergency nurses with the tools to promptly identify critical cardiovascular issues. Furthermore, discussions will focus on evidence-based interventions to stabilize patients experiencing cardiac arrest, acute myocardial infarction, or severe heart failure. Attendees will learn about administering life-saving medications, managing mechanical circulatory support devices, and preparing patients for emergent cardiac procedures. The session will also highlight the significance of effective teamwork and communication in the high-stress environment of cardiovascular emergencies. Collaborative approaches with cardiologists and other healthcare professionals will be emphasized to optimize patient care and outcomes. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be better prepared to respond swiftly and decisively to cardiovascular emergencies, ultimately saving lives and ensuring the best possible care for patients in critical conditions.

Session 06: Disaster Preparedness and Response: Lessons from Case Reports

The "Disaster Preparedness and Response: Lessons from Case Reports" session is a crucial platform that delves into real-life case reports to glean valuable insights and best practices in managing disasters. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively respond to natural and man-made disasters. Attendees will learn from actual case scenarios, examining the challenges faced and the strategies employed by emergency teams during various disasters. Presentations will highlight successful disaster preparedness plans, efficient triage systems, and the coordination of resources to optimize patient care. Moreover, discussions will center around the importance of communication, collaboration, and leadership in disaster response efforts. Attendees will gain an understanding of the critical role emergency nurses play in disaster situations and how they can contribute to multi-disciplinary response teams. The session will also emphasize the significance of post-disaster debriefings and the importance of self-care for emergency nursing professionals dealing with the emotional toll of disaster response. By participating in this session, emergency nurses will enhance their preparedness and response capabilities, ensuring a well-coordinated and effective approach to managing disasters and ultimately saving lives.

Session 07: Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Role of Emergency Nurses in Containment and Treatment

The "Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Role of Emergency Nurses in Containment and Treatment" session focuses on the critical role emergency nurses play in managing and containing infectious disease outbreaks. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to respond effectively to such crises. Attendees will gain insights into the latest guidelines and protocols for identifying and managing infectious diseases, including respiratory viruses, bacterial infections, and other emerging pathogens. Presentations will emphasize the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection control measures to safeguard both patients and healthcare providers. Moreover, discussions will center around the importance of rapid triage and early detection of potential infectious cases to prevent further transmission. Attendees will learn about best practices in isolation management, specimen collection, and communication with public health authorities. The session will also address the psychological impact on patients, their families, and healthcare workers during infectious disease outbreaks, highlighting the importance of compassionate care and mental health support. By participating in this session, emergency nurses will be better prepared to contribute effectively to infectious disease containment and treatment efforts, playing a vital role in safeguarding public health and mitigating the impact of outbreaks.

Session 08: Neurological Emergencies: Stroke, Seizures, and Head Trauma Management

The "Neurological Emergencies: Stroke, Seizures, and Head Trauma Management" session is a crucial platform that addresses the urgent and complex nature of neurological crises. Emergency nursing professionals play a pivotal role in providing timely and effective care for patients experiencing stroke, seizures, or head trauma. This session will delve into the latest advancements in neurological assessments, diagnostic techniques, and evidence-based interventions. Attendees will gain insights into recognizing early warning signs, conducting rapid neurological evaluations, and employing advanced imaging tools to facilitate accurate and swift diagnosis. Furthermore, the session will focus on stroke management, including the administration of thrombolytic therapy and other emergent interventions. Attendees will also learn best practices for handling seizures and addressing head trauma, ensuring optimal patient outcomes. The session will underscore the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and efficient communication in managing neurological emergencies. Emergency nurses will leave this session equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to confidently handle these high-stakes situations, ultimately saving lives and improving neurological care delivery.

Session 09: Ethical Dilemmas in Emergency Nursing: Navigating Complex Patient Cases

The "Ethical Dilemmas in Emergency Nursing: Navigating Complex Patient Cases" session is a thought-provoking platform that addresses the challenging ethical issues encountered by emergency nursing professionals in their daily practice. This session aims to equip attendees with the tools and insights needed to navigate complex patient cases with integrity and compassion. Through interactive discussions and real-life case studies, attendees will explore ethical dilemmas related to autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice in emergency care. Presentations will examine how to balance patient rights, cultural considerations, and resource allocation in the context of critical and time-sensitive situations. Moreover, the session will focus on fostering effective communication and collaboration with patients, families, and interdisciplinary teams when addressing ethical challenges. Attendees will learn about ethical decision-making frameworks and strategies for resolving conflicts. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will develop a deeper understanding of the ethical dimensions of their practice, enhancing their ability to provide patient-centered care while upholding ethical principles. Ultimately, this session aims to empower emergency nurses to navigate ethical dilemmas with confidence, compassion, and professionalism.

Session 11: Interprofessional Collaboration in Emergency Care: Success Stories and Best Practices

The "Interprofessional Collaboration in Emergency Care: Success Stories and Best Practices" session is a dynamic platform that highlights the critical role of teamwork and communication in delivering efficient and patient-centered emergency care. This session aims to showcase successful case studies and best practices that exemplify the power of collaboration among various healthcare professionals in emergency settings. Through engaging presentations and interactive discussions, attendees will gain insights into the benefits of interprofessional collaboration in enhancing patient outcomes. The session will explore examples of seamless coordination between emergency nursing professionals, physicians, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other team members. Attendees will learn about communication strategies, protocols, and the utilization of technology to foster effective interprofessional collaboration. Success stories from real-life emergencies will demonstrate how a cohesive and well-coordinated team can make a significant difference in critical situations. Furthermore, the session will emphasize the significance of mutual respect, shared decision-making, and continuous learning in building strong interprofessional relationships. By participating in this session, emergency care providers will be inspired to further enhance collaboration within their teams, leading to improved patient care, reduced medical errors, and better overall outcomes in emergency settings.

Session 12: Technology in Emergency Nursing: Harnessing Digital Solutions for Better Care

The "Technology in Emergency Nursing: Harnessing Digital Solutions for Better Care" session is a forward-looking platform that explores the transformative role of technology in enhancing emergency nursing practice and patient care. This session aims to showcase the latest digital solutions and innovative technologies that empower emergency nursing professionals to deliver more efficient, accurate, and patient-centered care. Through informative presentations and interactive demonstrations, attendees will learn about cutting-edge advancements, such as electronic health records, telemedicine, mobile applications, and remote monitoring devices. These technologies streamline data collection, facilitate real-time communication, and enable remote consultations, thereby optimizing workflow and enhancing collaboration among healthcare providers. Moreover, discussions will focus on the implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in triage, diagnostics, and decision support. Attendees will explore how predictive analytics and data-driven insights can revolutionize early detection and intervention in critical situations. The session will also address cybersecurity and data privacy considerations, ensuring that technology implementation maintains patient confidentiality and data integrity. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will gain valuable insights to leverage technology effectively, revolutionizing emergency care delivery and ultimately improving patient outcomes in high-stress and time-critical situations.

Session 13: Geriatric Emergencies: Special Considerations for Elderly Patients

The "Geriatric Emergencies: Special Considerations for Elderly Patients" session is a vital platform that addresses the unique challenges and considerations when providing emergency care to elderly patients. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to deliver safe and effective care to this vulnerable population. Through comprehensive discussions and real-life case studies, attendees will explore age-related physiological changes, common geriatric conditions, and their impact on emergency management. Presentations will highlight the importance of a thorough geriatric assessment, including cognitive and functional assessments, to guide personalized care plans. Moreover, discussions will focus on medication management, fall prevention, and addressing geriatric syndromes in the emergency setting. Attendees will learn about potential complications related to poly pharmacy and the need for close monitoring of medication interactions. The session will also underscore the significance of compassion and patient-centered care when attending to the physical and emotional needs of elderly patients. The role of family caregivers and effective communication with them will be emphasized to ensure continuity of care beyond the emergency department. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be better prepared to provide tailored and empathetic care to elderly patients, promoting better outcomes and improved quality of life for this growing population.

Session 14: Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies: Unique Challenges in Women's Health

The "Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies: Unique Challenges in Women's Health" session is a critical platform that addresses the distinctive challenges and complexities encountered in emergency care for women during pregnancy and gynecologic emergencies. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the specialized knowledge and skills required to provide prompt and effective care for these patients. Through informative presentations and real-life case studies, attendees will explore the unique physiological changes and potential complications that can arise during pregnancy and gynecologic emergencies. Presentations will highlight the importance of early recognition and prompt intervention in managing obstetric and gynecologic emergencies. Moreover, discussions will focus on managing complications such as ectopic pregnancies, preeclampsia, hemorrhage, and other gynecologic emergencies. Attendees will learn about evidence-based practices for stabilizing patients and coordinating care with obstetricians and gynecologists. The session will also address the significance of providing compassionate and patient-centered care, acknowledging the emotional and psychological aspects of these emergencies for women and their families. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will gain a deeper understanding of the unique challenges in women's health emergencies, ultimately enhancing patient outcomes and fostering better emergency care for women in critical situations.

Session 15: Environmental Emergencies: Responding to Natural Disasters and Accidents

The "Environmental Emergencies: Responding to Natural Disasters and Accidents" session is a crucial platform that addresses the urgent and complex challenges faced during environmental crises. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to respond effectively to natural disasters, accidents, and other environmental emergencies. Through informative presentations and real-life case studies, attendees will explore the impact of natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, and wildfires on public health and safety. Discussions will center around rapid assessment techniques, triage strategies, and disaster management protocols to provide timely and efficient care in challenging environments. Moreover, the session will focus on the importance of collaboration with disaster response teams, public health authorities, and other healthcare providers to ensure a coordinated and cohesive approach. Attendees will also learn about caring for vulnerable populations, such as the elderly, children, and individuals with chronic health conditions, during environmental emergencies. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be better prepared to respond swiftly and effectively to environmental emergencies, ultimately contributing to the safety and well-being of communities impacted by natural disasters and accidents.

Session 16: Remote and Rural Emergency Nursing: Bridging the Gap in Healthcare Access

The "Remote and Rural Emergency Nursing: Bridging the Gap in Healthcare Access" session is a critical platform that addresses the unique challenges and opportunities in providing emergency care in remote and rural settings. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to deliver quality care in geographically isolated regions. Through informative presentations and real-life case studies, attendees will explore the distinct challenges faced in remote and rural emergencies, including limited resources, long transport times, and unique patient populations. Discussions will focus on innovative strategies to overcome these challenges, such as telemedicine, mobile health units, and community-based healthcare initiatives. Attendees will learn about best practices in triage, stabilization, and transfer of patients in remote settings. Moreover, the session will highlight the importance of cultural competency and understanding the unique healthcare needs of diverse populations in remote areas. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be better prepared to adapt and excel in remote and rural emergency care, ultimately bridging the gap in healthcare access and improving health outcomes for underserved communities.

Session 17: Triage and Triage Systems: Streamlining Patient Assessment and Prioritization

The "Triage and Triage Systems: Streamlining Patient Assessment and Prioritization" session is a pivotal platform that addresses the critical process of patient assessment and prioritization in emergency care. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to efficiently and accurately triage patients based on the severity of their conditions. Through informative presentations and interactive discussions, attendees will explore various triage systems and their application in different emergency settings. The session will focus on the use of standardized tools, such as the Emergency Severity Index (ESI) and the Manchester Triage System (MTS), to facilitate consistent and objective patient assessments. Discussions will center around the importance of rapid decision-making, effective communication, and teamwork during the triage process. Attendees will learn about best practices in assigning priority levels, ensuring that the most critical patients receive timely care. Moreover, the session will address the challenges and considerations in triaging diverse patient populations, including paediatric , geriatric, and culturally diverse patients. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will enhance their triage skills and efficiency, ultimately optimizing patient flow and improving patient outcomes in the fast-paced and demanding emergency care setting.

Session 18: Violence and Trauma Response: Addressing Emergency Situations Safely

The "Violence and Trauma Response: Addressing Emergency Situations Safely" session is a critical platform that focuses on equipping emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and skills required to respond effectively to violence and trauma incidents in the healthcare setting. This session aims to enhance safety measures and promote a secure environment for both patients and healthcare providers. Through informative presentations and real-life case studies, attendees will explore strategies for recognizing, de-escalating, and managing violent situations. Discussions will emphasize the importance of early identification of potential risks and the implementation of preventive measures. The session will provide practical guidance on safe techniques for physical restraint and self-defense, ensuring the safety of both patients and healthcare providers during emergency situations. Moreover, discussions will center around the psychological impact of violence and trauma on patients and healthcare professionals, and the importance of post-incident support and debriefing. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be better prepared to respond safely and efficiently to violence and trauma incidents, ultimately enhancing patient care and promoting a secure and compassionate environment in the emergency setting.

Session 19: Case Reports in Pre-hospital Care: Challenges and Successes

The "Case Reports in Pre-hospital Care: Challenges and Successes" session is a valuable platform that showcases real-life case reports and experiences encountered by pre-hospital care providers. This session aims to highlight the unique challenges and successes faced by Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel in delivering critical care outside of the hospital setting. Through engaging presentations and interactive discussions, attendees will explore diverse pre-hospital case scenarios, ranging from trauma incidents to medical emergencies. The session will emphasize the importance of rapid assessment, decision-making under pressure, and effective communication with other healthcare providers. Moreover, discussions will focus on the implementation of evidence-based practices in the pre-hospital setting, including advanced life support interventions, pain management, and medication administration. The session will also address the complexities of providing pre-hospital care in various environments, such as remote areas, disaster zones, and mass casualty incidents. By participating in this session, pre-hospital care providers will gain valuable insights from case reports, enabling them to continually improve their skills and approaches to patient care. This session serves as a platform for learning from both challenges and successes, ultimately leading to enhanced pre-hospital care and improved patient outcomes.

Session 20: Critical Thinking in Emergency Nursing: Enhancing Decision-making Skills

The "Critical Thinking in Emergency Nursing: Enhancing Decision-making Skills" session is an essential platform that emphasizes the importance of sharp critical thinking abilities in emergency care settings. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the tools and strategies to make well-informed and timely decisions, even in high-stress situations. Through interactive presentations and case-based discussions, attendees will explore the core principles of critical thinking, including problem-solving, clinical reasoning, and evidence-based practice. The session will emphasize the significance of systematic assessment and the ability to synthesize complex information rapidly. Moreover, discussions will focus on the role of collaboration and effective communication in enhancing critical thinking skills. Attendees will learn about interdisciplinary teamwork and how it can lead to better patient outcomes. The session will also address the challenges and ethical considerations that emergency nurses may encounter when making critical decisions in time-sensitive situations. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will sharpen their critical thinking skills, enabling them to respond swiftly and confidently to emergencies and provide the highest quality of care to their patients.

Session 21: Quality Improvement in Emergency Care: Enhancing Patient Outcomes through Evidence-based Practice

The "Quality Improvement in Emergency Care: Enhancing Patient Outcomes through Evidence-based Practice" session is a crucial platform that focuses on elevating the standard of care in the emergency setting. This session aims to equip emergency nursing professionals with the knowledge and tools to implement evidence-based practices and drive continuous improvement in patient outcomes. Through informative presentations and case studies, attendees will explore the latest evidence and research in emergency care. The session will emphasize the importance of integrating evidence-based guidelines and protocols into daily practice to optimize patient care. Moreover, discussions will center around the use of quality improvement methodologies, such as Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles, to identify areas for improvement and implement effective changes. The session will also highlight successful quality improvement initiatives from various emergency departments, showcasing how evidence-based practice leads to enhanced patient safety, decreased wait times, and improved patient satisfaction. By participating in this session, emergency nursing professionals will be empowered to champion evidence-based practice and quality improvement initiatives, leading to better patient outcomes and a culture of continuous learning and improvement in the emergency care setting.

Market Analysis

The diagnosis and management of human reactions to current or anticipated health issues are the core competencies of nursing. In addition to treating physical and psychological ailments, nurses also treat a variety of symptoms."Doctors cure, but nurse care" goes the proverb. The nurse's job description has evolved significantly over time. Florence Nightingale is credited with establishing a structured nursing education program and elevating the status of the field. Nightingale's nursing philosophies had an impact and permanently altered the field. The foundation of contemporary nursing education continues to be these tenets: hygiene, illness prevention, nurse-patient interaction, continual education, and medical collaboration.The practice of nursing has evolved into both a science and an art. Nurses provide patients with comprehensive care by applying evidence-based knowledge and demonstrating understanding, kindness, and concern.The global market for nursing care By end user gender, Service Type (Home Health Care Providers, Nursing Homes, Group Homes, and Retirement Communities) (female nursing care, male Nursing care), Expenditure Type (Public Expenditure, Private Expenditure), Industry Trends, and Forecast to 2027 for the following countries: United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, Rest of Europe, Japan, China, India, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt

The nursing care market comprises sales of nursing care and associated products by companies that offer residential nursing care and home health care (organizations, partnerships, and sole traders). This industry includes home healthcare, nursing home services, personal services, counseling, occupational therapy, rest home services, social services, and nutritional services.The global nursing care business is anticipated to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.9% from $1010.1 billion in 2019 to $1058.6 billion in 2020, notwithstanding the global economic slump brought on by the pandemic epidemic. The primary reason for this is the high demand for nursing care professionals, including emergency medical technicians, nurses, nursing assistants, doctors, trainees, and contractual staff, who are on the front lines of the global fight against the COVID-19 virus and providing care for coronavirus patients. Nurses, therapists, and personal care aides are increasingly in demand to provide home health care for the most vulnerable. The market is anticipated to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 7% from 2021 to 2024, reaching $1374.9 billion.By 2022, the demand for medical assistants must have grown by 2% annually, completely surpassing the supply. There is increased interest in specialised nursing experts just because of their specialisation.The estimated number of openings between now and 2020 is around 700,000. According to a recent study, when ranking the US jobs with the highest concentration of employment prospects, nursing comes in at number four. It is predicted that there will be a 683,700 increase in demand for nurses annually. 90% of long-term care facilities lack sufficient nurse staff to provide necessary care.

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Emergency Nursing 2023

Conference Series LLC Ltd brings a distinguished conference on Nursing. We are excited to announce the “7th Annual Congress on Emergency Nursing & Case Reports” which is scheduled during April 17-18, 2023 at Paris, France.

The theme of the conference is "Trends of Nursing Profession: Discovery, Innovations, Issues and Approaches in Clinical Practice, Education and Research". Nursing conferences enable nurses to learn about a wide range of educational advancements. The conference includes keynote talks and plenary speeches from renowned scientists around the globe, oral and poster presentations by researchers and students.

The two days conference will focus majorly on impediments and developments in the field of nursing. Nursing conferences are held around the world to promote the exchange of expertise in the area of nursing. We sincerely hope that this conference will provide great opportunities to network with and meet nursing professionals from all around the world. You also have the opportunity to share your ideas and experience and present your research work by submitting your abstract. This conference also helps in establishing new collaborations and widening professional contacts. We look forward to seeing you at Emergency Nursing 2023 to make it successful with your participation.

We always plan to offer great content and evidence-based information that helps nurses, healthcare professionals, midwives and leading experts from academic institutions, government agencies, corporations, non-profit organizations and policy makers through this in-person conference.


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