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6th Annual Congress on Emergency Nursing & Critical Care, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the Innovation and Advances in Nursing and Critical Care”
Emergency Nursing 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Emergency Nursing 2020
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Emergency Nursing is a specialty in which nurses care for patients in the emergency or critical phase of their illness or injury and are adept at discerning life-threatening problems, prioritizing the urgency of care, rapidly and effectively carrying out resuscitative measures and other treatment, acting with a high degree of autonomy and ability to initiate needed measures without outside direction, educating the patient and his family with the information and emotional support needed to preserve themselves as they cope with a new reality
- Track 1-1Perinatal emergency nursing
- Track 1-2 End of life care
- Track 1-3Respiratory Emergency Nursing
- Track 1-4 Emergency Nursing Training
- Track 1-5Para veterinary Emergency Nursing
- Track 1-6Emergency Nursing Challenges
- Track 1-7Emergency Nursing in Clinical Practice
- Track 1-8Care of patients in emergency crisis
- Track 1-9Preparation and training of an Emergency Nursing
- Track 1-10 Trauma Nursing
Nurse education consists of the theoretical and practical training provided to nurses with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as nursing care professionals. This education is provided to nursing students by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who have qualified or experienced for educational tasks. Most countries offer nurse education courses that can be relevant to general nursing or to specialized areas including mental health nursing, pediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing. Courses leading to autonomous registration as a nurse typically last four years. Nurse education also provides post-qualification courses in specialist subjects within nursing.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) represents nearly 16,000 highly trained professionals in more than 100 countries who provide care in specialized units and work toward the best outcome possible for all critically ill and injured patients. Annual critical care medicine costs increased from $56.6 to $81.7 billion, representing 13.4% of hospital costs, 4.1% of national health expenditures, and 0.66% of gross domestic product. Cost savings up to $1 billion per quality-adjusted life year can be attained with critical care management of severe sepsis, acute respiratory failure, and general critical care interventions. Twenty-four–hour intensives staffing reduces ICU costs and length of stay. Up to $13 million in annual hospital cost savings can be realized when care is delivered by an intensives-directed multi professional team.
- Track 3-1Acute renal Failure and heamofiltration
- Track 3-2 Acute respiratory failure and Ventillation
- Track 3-3Accidents and emergency nursing
- Track 3-4 Brain death, organ donation and transplantation
- Track 3-5 Liver failure and Encephalopathy
Nursing is a skill based profession in which they are trained in decision making and management of healthcare. There are more than 10 types of different nursing professionals in which they are expertise in different areas and provided with skill based training. They are the leading healthcare providers in all the aspects.
- Track 4-1Gastroenterology emergency nursing
- Track 4-2Palliative care emergency nursing
- Track 4-3Occupational emergency nursing
- Track 4-4Perianaesthesia emergency nursing
- Track 4-5 Perinatal emergency nursing
- Track 4-6Respiratory emergency nursing
- Track 4-7Pulmonary emergency nursing
- Track 4-8Nephrological emergency nursing
The Trauma care focus on care delivered at fixed facilities like clinics and hospitals in which unlike most emergency room patients, the trauma patients require highly specialized care, including surgery and blood transfusions. Prehospital emergency care systems addresses prehospital trauma care at the scene and in route to fixed facilities. There are different levels of trauma care that refer to the kinds of resources available in a trauma center. These are the categories defining national standards for trauma care hospitals. A Level I Trauma Center is capable of providing total care for every injury aspect from prevention through physical medicine and rehabilitation. Level II Trauma Centre initiates definitive care for all injured patients. A Level III Trauma Center provides prompt assessment, resuscitation, intensive care, surgery, and stabilization of injured patients and emergency operations. A Level IV Trauma Center has demonstrated to provide advanced trauma life support and A Level V Trauma Center provides initial evaluation, diagnosis, and stabilization. Airway mismanagement is known to cause pre-hospital deaths in patients. Simple techniques used for establishing and maintaining airway management are jaw thrust maneuver and use of nasopharyngeal and oro airways. Other technique introduced from Trauma Center Verification which is an evaluation process done by the American College of Surgeons to evaluate and improve trauma care
- Track 5-1Emergency Nursing in Trauma
- Track 5-2Obstetric Trauma Emergncy Nursing
- Track 5-3Blunt Trauma
- Track 5-4Trauma & Emergency care Nursing
- Track 5-5Elderly Trauma and Emergency Care
Mid -wife emergency Practice nursing (LPN) involves roles like Compile patient health information, take vital signs, administer medication and monitor frequency and amounts, provide personal hygiene assistance to patients, take blood pressure and conduct other basic care treatments, supervise nursing assistants and aides Set up, clean and use catheters, oxygen suppliers and other equipment Provide care and feeding to infants. Midwife nursing practice includes Evidence based practice (EBP) which is the conscientious use of current best evidence in making decisions about patient care. The impact of evidence-based practice (EBP) has echoed across nursing practice, education, and science.
- Track 6-1 Scope and importance
- Track 6-2Midwifery-led continuity of care
- Track 6-3 Clinical immunology
Disasters have been integral parts of the human experience since the beginning of time, causing premature death, impaired quality of life, and altered health status. The risk of a disaster is ubiquitous. On average, one disaster per week that requires international assistance occurs somewhere in the world. The recent dramatic increase in natural disasters, their intensity, the number of people affected by them, and the human and economic losses associated with these events have placed an imperative on disaster planning for emergency preparedness. Global warming, shifts in climates, sea-level rise, and societal factors may coalesce to create future calamities. Finally, war, acts of aggression, and the incidence of terrorist attacks are reminder of the potentially deadly consequences of man’s inhumanity toward man.
- Track 7-1 Types of Disasters
- Track 7-2 Levels of Disasters
- Track 7-3 Goals of Disaster Emergency nursing
Oncology is concerned with the diagnosis, therapy, follow up and the palliative care of the cancer victim. Oncology research can be broadly divided into basic oncology and applied oncology. Basic oncology research involves the investigation of the various cellular and environmental processes which lead to cancer, identification of molecules or compounds which exhibit anti-cancer properties; investigation of tumorigenicity etc. Applied oncology deals with diagnosis, therapy, follow up, palliative care, and clinical trials in the field of cancer. Oncologists are specialized in treating cancer and play a crucial role in the diagnosis of the type and the stage of cancer, which sets the stage for treatment.
- Track 8-1 Bone cancer
- Track 8-2 Throat cancer
- Track 8-3 Lung cancer
- Track 8-4 Brain Cancer
- Track 8-5Neuroendocrine tumours and their management
As a mental health emergency nurse l play an important role helping patients and will need to show empathy along with excellent observational skills
Mental health emergency nurses provide support to people suffering from various mental health conditions. The work involves helping the patient to recover from their illness or to come to terms with it in order to lead a positive life.
You can specialise in working with children or older people, or in a specific area such as eating disorders. Work is often carried out in multidisciplinary teams, liaising with psychiatrists, psychologists, occupational therapists, GPs, social workers and other health professionals.
- their own homes
- community healthcare centres
- hospital outpatients departments
- specialist units
- secure residential units.
- Philosophical and ethical themes in mental health
- Mental health across the life span
- Mental health legislation
- Mental health services and policies
- Fighting against stigma
- Evidence based mental health care
- Poverty and loneliness
- Mental health in developing regions
- eMental health services
- Track 9-1 Mental health services and policies
- Track 9-2Mental health in developing regions
- Track 9-3 eMental health services
provides specialist support to those with mental health issues in a range of community settings. There are specialist teams with particular expertise for example supporting children and young people or those with addictions
- Track 10-1Incorporates social capital and resources
- Track 10-2 Collaboration with members of other professions and organizations
- Track 10-3Best use of information
- Track 10-4Oriented to outcomes
Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in your life. Most women are filled with joy, excitement and anticipation. However, it is also one of the times in your life where you will have the most questions. Questions about what is safe to eat, activities you can participate in, or other common questions about safety for both you and your baby. Pregnancy information is available through the American Pregnancy Association.
- Track 11-1 Complications during pregnancy
- Track 11-2Influence of drugs and diseases during pregnancy
- Track 11-3Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Track 11-4Urinary tract infection and condition
Neurological emergencies are common and frequently devastating. Every year, millions of Americans suffer an acute stroke, severe traumatic brain injury, subarachnoid hemorrhage, status epilepticus, or spinal cord injury severe enough to require medical intervention.
- Track 12-1 Acute ischemic stroke
- Track 12-2Non-convulsive status epilepticus
- Track 12-3Suspected traumatic brain injury
- Track 12-4 Meningitis
Rehabilitation Emergency Nursing is a number of specialist nurses, of which each role delivers a different aspect of Rehabilitation Medicine. They support inpatient and outpatient services, holding specialist caseloads for patients as required within the community. They have enhanced knowledge and expertise in order to treat, educate, counsel, support and sign-post patients who have a diverse range of disabilities, for example, acquired brain injury, multiple trauma, multiple sclerosis and other neurological problems.
- Track 13-1 Scope and importance
- Track 13-2Drug rehabilitation
- Track 13-3 Vision rehabilitation
Telemedicine is the use of telecommunication and information technology to provide clinical health care from a distance. It has been used to overcome distance barriers and to improve access to medical services that would often not be consistently available in distant rural communities. It is also used to save lives in critical care and emergency situations.
Although there were distant precursors to telemedicine, it is essentially a product of 20th century telecommunication and information technologies. These technologies permit communications between patient and medical staff with both convenience and fidelity, as well as the transmission of medical, imaging and health informatics data from one site to another.
- Track 14-1 Clinical applications of telemedicine
- Track 14-2Preventive e health Emergency Nursing
- Track 14-3Telehealth, telemedicine and telerehabilitation
- Track 14-4e health: Cyber medicine
Clinical Nursing is an advanced field, which means you could also become employed in education and leadership roles. The work covers some common areas including emergency care, pediatrics and geriatrics.
There is a high demand for clinical nurse specialists, particularly as they are so advanced. They can work as a primary care provider, but they earn less than physicians, which puts them in particularly high demand. The demand is also for the expertise of clinical nurses, who can coach and mentor other nurses, thereby improving health outcomes across the board. There are a number of specializations that are nationally recognized for clinical nurses. These are adult health, adult-gerontology, adult psychiatric and mental health, child and adolescent psychiatric and mental health, gerontology, acute care, general adult, home health, pediatrics, public and community health, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, occupational health, neonatal, oncology, public health, school health, parent-child, perinatal, rehabilitation, women’s health, core clinical nursing, and advanced diabetes management.
Pediatric nurses are expected to have a fast mobility and quick response on stressful situations to contain the life-threatening situations. Key features of pediatric emergency nursing include:
· Handling multifaceted trauma, injury or illness cases with equal levels of calmness without letting the patients feel the urgency of the situation
· Stabilizing patients with focused and wholesome care
· Quickly diagnosing conditions and providing on-spot solutions
· Administering the right medications to minimize pain
· Keeping up with the fast-paced work environment by constantly upgrading skills and knowledge
· Being patient and caring for the families who accompany the little patients and working on easing their mental trauma
· Most importantly, not giving in to heartbreak and despair when some cases do not see improvement or success. Learning to control emotions and moving on is the key to helping more and more patients in this work environment
Nursing healthcare management include case and disorders management with in the health care organization by taking all the employees working there. It also focused on patient admission and discharge criteria, especially for progressive care given to the patient. Nursing managing process guide the legal aspects of nomination, supervision and assignment the acceptance criterions. It encourages the employee to do more with fewer resources. A health system, also sometimes referred to as health care system or healthcare system is the organization of people, institutions, and resources that deliver health care services to meet the health needs of target populations. Healthcare Management is a professional organization within the Canada, for managers in the health and social care sectors. Its membership covers the National Health Service, independent health and social care providers, health care consultants, and the armed forces
- Medicinal healthcare
- Public health
- Health information technology
- Healthcare professionals
- Healthcare management
- Healthcare system
Patient Safety is characterized as the quest for the lessening and moderation of perilous acts inside the medicinal services framework, and the utilization of best practices appeared to prompt to ideal patient results." There are various aspects of patient security, and it's imperative that everybody required in patient wellbeing, including patients, their families, and social insurance experts, know about the issues, relief procedures, and best practices for guaranteeing persistent security for everybody.