Theme: {CME -CPD Accreditations Available} The Future of Nursing Research: Innovation, Collaboration, and Impact

Nursing Primary Healthcare 2023

Renowned Speakers

Nursing Primary Healthcare 2023

Following the nursing conference's tremendous success, we kindly request your presence in the "54th International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare", which will be held from April 03-04, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. Exceptional in format, substance, networking, and participation, the session's focus is on "The Future of Nursing Research: Innovation, Collaboration, and Impact." The event brings together extremely innovative students who are forging the path by pursuing challenging arrangements and revaluating the Nursing and Nursing Practice outlook.

It will help you better understand how to establish the right Nursing Practice and procedure with a firm logical, clinical, and business attitude and how creative logical strategies, emerging technologies, and innovative tools can transform Nursing and Nursing Specialist.
Through oral and poster presentations, tutorial workshop sessions, and compelling complete exhibits, the Nursing Conference 2023 seeks to identify advancements in health practise and analysis focused on its effect on clinical outcomes. Participants will receive the tools they need to improve nursing education programmes and advance nursing education.


  • Nursing Congress aim is to bring leading Nurses, Clinical nurse specialists, Nurse practitioners, Young inspired researchers, Associate Professors and Scholars together to share their experiences and research results and its development in Nursing & Health Care.
  • For Directors, Researchers, Scientists, Academicians, and Educators, the Nursing Congress places a high priority on offering an interdisciplinary forum where they can present, exchange knowledge, and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, clinical challenges faced, and solutions adopted in the fields of Nursing and Health Care.

Attendees can:

  • Take advantage of opportunities to learn insights about Nursing and Health Care from a variety of oral and poster presentations.
  • Meet and network with nurses ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers.
  • Utilize the chances to work with nurses from different countries.
  • Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting nursing care and the recent techniques adapted in nursing care

Target Audience:  


Nurse Practitioners

Health Care Professionals


Professors, Researchers, Students and Technical Staff from the field of nursing

Delegates from various industries

Directors/Co-Directors of Research based companies across Europe and US who are investing in Pathology

Physician Assistants

Advantages of Participating at our Webinar

  • The benefits of the Speaker and Abstract pages that Google creates on your profile under your name would receive global exposure.
  • Our Library of Abstracts receives more than 30,000 visits and 50,000 views thanks to our extensive online advertising, which also brings scholars and presenters to our webinar.
  • Meet with many like-minded experts who are pioneers in Nursing and share ideas.
  • For one-on-one meetings with distinguished speakers and recognised keynote speakers, all webinar participants would have an unique reason to attend.
  • At our Keynote events, you have a unique opportunity to hear what the foremost researchers in the fields of nursing care and midwifery are discovering.
  • You will gain knowledge and competence through the Nursing Congress Summit's rigorous webinar programme, joining an incredible network of respected professionals.
  • Best Poster Award nominations.
  • Award for Outstanding Young Researcher.
  • Group Registration Advantages

Members Associated with Nursing and Healthcare

Why to attend

Ten reasons to attend Nursing 2023

  • Improve yourself: learn from world leading experts about the latest developments in nursing 
  • Be part of Future Proofing Nursing
  • Be challenged: re-think nurses’ attitudes and habits
  • Find out what you can do to make nursing green
  • Learn about coping strategies to stay mentally healthy
  • Extend your network
  • Be more influential
  • Be seen and be heard
  • Experience the latest in Virtual Event Technology

The benefits of Participation for Speaker

  • Worldwide appreciation of the profile of Researchers.
  • Obtain credits for professional growth.
  • Explore the latest cutting-edge analysis.
  • Make long-term bonds at social and networking activities.
  • An opportunity to promote one page in the abstract book and flyer distribution that ultimately receives 1 million views and greatly enhances your research profile.
  • Learn to move beyond your area of expertise to learn more about new topics and research that are unrelated to your primary field of nursing.
  • We have unique learning, networking, and pleasant integration all in one.
  • Benefits of Participation for Delegate
  • Professional Development-Improve understanding and knowledge.
  • Attendance at webinars supports rejuvenates and energizes delegates.
  • Your participation in our webinar will aid in the development of a new technique and set of assumptions that will be used to improve business or industry outcomes.
  • Opportunities for Nursing & Primary Healthcare 2023 Summit researchers and experts in the same field to meet and exchange new ideas through an online webinar.

The benefit of Participation for Sponsor

  • Exposure to the international environment would increase the likelihood of latest companies.
  • Possibility to showcase your business's newest technology, goods, or services to a wide range of participants from around the world.
  • Increase business with our webinar participants through lead generation.
  • It takes a lot of your time, energy, and motivation to build a successful business, so it might be helpful to have a network of co-workers and associates to draw energy from people who have similar goals and drives.
  • Webinars in the medical field offer chances for extra thought and consideration, which can help you advance your business.
  • Moving forward with the organization's major plans while comparing them.
  • Get answers to your company's issues and challenges from reliable people during our webinar.
  • The advertising logo of your business will appear on the webinar banner, website, and other materials, branding, and marketing content.

The benefit of the Association for Collaborators

  • Nobody in the world has such high levels of demand for medical treatment, making it the most straightforward platform for social commentary.
  • Creating long-lasting peer relationships.
  • Your organization's logo, branding and marketing materials, promotional content, and our webinar banner will all work to boost your subscriptions and members by 40%.
  •  The association will be significantly impacted by the exposure of our event to your company's listing in the Global Business Forum.
  • The representatives can connect with important webinar attendees to update their knowledge and comprehension of your company and services.
  • Information will be included in nursing care and midwifery promotional materials such as posters, booklets, pamphlets, and services that will be sent to hospitals, universities, the general public, and researchers.

Track 1: Cardiovascular Nursing

The goals of cardiac nursing are to prevent and manage heart-related illnesses. The cardiac department's nurses provide care for medical or surgical patients in inpatient or outpatient settings, comprehend people going through acute illness, or assist them in managing chronic disease. Under the supervision of a cardiologist, cardiac nurses assist in the treatment of conditions such as unstable angina, arterial coronary disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction, and cardiac dysrhythmia.

Track 2: Clinical Nursing

The care of subjects taking part in clinical research is the main emphasis of clinical research nursing. Clinical research nurses play a crucial role in ensuring participant safety, ongoing maintenance of informed consent, and reliability of protocol implementation, accuracy of data collection, data recording, and follow-up, in addition to delivering and organising clinical care. The care that research participants receive is determined by the needs of the study, the gathering of research data, and clinical indications. Clinical research nurses must continuously strike a compromise between the requirements for protocol integrity and data quality and the clinical requirements, participant comfort, and safety.

Track 3: Dentistry Nursing

A Dental Nurse supports the dentist in all aspects of patient’s dental care. A dental nurse works with the dental team, technicians/technologists, hygienists and therapists to treat patients of all ages. Need to reassure people and put them at calm, while supporting the team in all aspects of patient health and care. Comportment is viewed as unpredictable when it is atypical, out of the commonplace, causes a disability, or comprises of undesirable deportment. This section in several Nursing Conferences and Nursing Meetings addresses basic and current concepts of oral health, Cosmetic dentistry, Paediatric dentistry, new research and innovations in dental science.

Track 4: Digital Precision Health and Intelligent Nursing Care

Organizing, outlining, maintaining, and disseminating information, knowledge, care, and prognosis in nursing practise is the goal of nursing informatics (NI), a virtue that combines nursing science with other data association and indicative sciences. Customers, patients, members of the medical services association, and other partners in all execution and environment are under the basic authority of nursing informatics. This assistance uses insight, knowledge advancement, and insight mechanisms skilfully.

Track 5: Emergency & Critical Care Nursing

Patients who experience injury or trauma in an emergency are cared for by emergency nurses. These nurses are equipped to assist and resolve dangerous situations as soon as they arise. They may work in hospital emergency rooms, clinic emergency rooms, ambulances, chopper emergency rooms, urgent care facilities, and more.

All critically ill patients are given the best care possible for their illnesses and wounds by basic care nurses. They use their specific skills, in-depth understanding of the human body, and most recent advancements in the field to do that. Although hospitals are where most critical care nurses work, they can also be found in nursing homes, outpatient clinics, and flight units.

  • Ambulatory Care Nursing
  • ICU Nursing

Track 6: Entrepreneurial Opportunities

In the twenty-first century, nurses are becoming increasingly entrepreneurial, and many of them now understand that they may launch small, medium, and large businesses at any stage of their careers. Nursing entrepreneurs can launch new ventures within the medical services sector by using their commercial acumen and nursing training. They could be useful in growing, developing, and managing their own businesses. Some professionals can even use their expertise to design medical devices, mechanical structures, or home health products. Some crucial skills are required to start out as a nurse entrepreneur, including creativity, a business-minded mind-set, and the ability to get funding. Independent Nurse Contracting

Track 7: Evidence based Nursing

Using the most recent, pertinent research on the subject in conjunction with one's own clinical skills, evidence-based nursing produces high-quality decisions and nursing care. Evidence-based practise serves as the foundation for this strategy.

The goals of evidence-based nursing are to enhance patients' health and wellbeing while also delivering care in a way that is economical to improve outcomes for both the patient and the healthcare system. The objective of evidence-based nursing is the gathering, interpreting, assessing, and integrating of reliable, clinically relevant, and useful research.

Four types of research are utilised in EBP. They are:-

  • Controlled, randomised studies.
  • Information gathered through cohort, case-control, or observational research.
  • Clinical experts' opinions that are backed up by data from experiences, research, or committee reports.
  • First-hand knowledge.

Track 8: Gerontological Health Nursing

The main focus of nursing in relation to more mature adults is known as gerontology nursing. Gerontology remedial supervisors work in conjunction with more mature adults, their families, and social gatherings to support healthy development, remarkable performance, and personal fulfilment.

With a wider focus on flourishing and prosperity, regardless of pain, the word "gerontological nursing," this replaced the phrase “geriatric nursing” in the 1970s, is seen as being even clearer. Gerontological nursing is essential to meet the success needs of a creating mass.

Track 9: Impact of COVID-19 on Nursing

The only factors directly related to the COVID-19 outbreak and associated with a positive variation in nurses' symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress were the fear of infecting others and the fear of being infected (a higher fear of being infected or infecting someone corresponded to increased symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress.

Track 10: Legal Nursing

The mission of Legal Nursing is to provide nurses with a venue for discussion and education on contemporary law and how it relates to their profession. A legal and ethical obligation surrounds and encompasses everything a nurse does. There is a need for venues that provide nurses the chance to discuss and think through the consequences of their legal obligations.

Track 11: Midwifery

The midwife is regarded as a conscientious and accountable professional who collaborates with expectant mothers to provide the essential support, care, and guidance throughout pregnancy, at work, and during the postpartum period. She also gives birth on her own initiative and takes care of the new-borns.
Delivering and preparing the woman and her family for pregnancy, delivery, breastfeeding, and parenthood, including specific aspects of women's health, family planning, and baby well-being, are among the responsibilities of a midwife. A midwife can perform their duties anywhere, including at home, in a group setting, a hospital, a clinic, or a health centre.

Track 12: Neonatal Intensive Care

Neonatal Intensive Care is the care of newborns to young adults. When dealing with patients, paediatric doctors and nurses must exercise extreme caution and maintain constant observation. Nurses must record all vital signs while also working on their communication skills with patients. However, when dealing with neonatal patients, specialised nurses and registered practitioners are required to work with these vulnerable patients, such as those with birth defects, heart problems, infections, and so on.

Track 13: Neuroscience Nursing

A unique section of the nursing profession is neuroscience nursing. It focuses on providing care for people who have illnesses of the nerve system, spine, and brain. Work environments for neuroscience nurses are diverse and include everything from skilled nursing facilities to rehabilitation centres to epilepsy monitoring units.
A registered nurse (RN) with experience in psychological well-being must have completed a four-year nursing programme in order to work as a psychiatric medical nurse. Check the government's instructions because degrees vary between countries.

Track 14: Nursing and Healthcare

Many of the old techniques and provider roles are evolving, and nurse education has undergone a process of divergence towards advanced and specialised identifications.
Their broad scope of practise and method of providing medical aid set them apart from other healthcare professionals. Nurses are in charge of providing ongoing care to patients, and they want to assess their health and aid in a speedy recovery. The role of a nurse includes:

  • Promote health and prevent diseases
  • Involve in healthcare teaching
  • Contribute within the provision of healthcare

Track 15: Nursing Education

Nursing education focuses on teaching nurses how to examine patients, administer various medications, and provide the best care possible with the goal of developing the nursing profession, where nurses must be prepared to meet the needs of a wide range of patients, act as leaders, and advance science that benefits patients and, as a result, the ability of health professionals to provide safe, high-quality patient care.

Track 16: Oncology Practitioner

Patients with cancer and those who are at risk for developing it are cared for by cancer nurses. They examine physical problems; write prescriptions, and control chemotherapy and other forms of treatment. One of the most demanding and lucrative nursing specialties is oncology.
An array of settings, including emergency rooms, outpatient clinics, private offices, long-term care institutions, and more, are used by oncology nurses in their profession. The scope of oncology nursing includes prevention, early detection, therapy (such as surgery, radiation, and medical oncology), management of side effects, and palliative consideration.

Track 17: Oral Care & Dental care Nursing

Oral hygiene is the practise of regularly brushing one's teeth and cleaning between the teeth to keep one's mouth clean and free of disease and other problems. Oral hygiene must be practised on a regular basis in order to prevent dental disease and bad breath. Tooth decay (cavities, dental caries) and gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis are the most common types of dental disease.

Track 18: Palliative Nursing

Previously, it was believed that the nursing profession focused on the most severe care for seriously ill or vulnerable patients. A practical (as opposed to academic) sub-order of the study of disease transmission is concerned with preventing nosocomial or human services associated contamination. This is done through disease anticipation and nursing consideration. When caring for newborns who require intensive medical attention and who are frequently admitted to a special area of the hospital called the Neonatal Concentrated Care and Nursing Care, palliative nursing techniques are also implemented.

Track 19: Pharmacology Nursing

Pharmacology, which draws on knowledge from various sciences, is the study of how pharmaceuticals work. Drugs can be categorised according to how they work on the body, how they affect the body chemically, or both. Drug trade names as well as generic names must be known to nurses. The study of life sciences has a direct impact on the pharmaceutical business because it is used to develop prescription medications, vaccines, and over-the-counter medicines. Clinical studies are carried out to guarantee that newly produced goods are tested on how effectively they function on people suffering from the diseases or disorders they are intended to treat.

Track 20: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

The specialty of nursing known as "mental health nursing" focuses on treating patients who are suffering from mental trauma, such as psychosis, manic depression, or depression. There are many ways to protest how mental health concerns came to be studied, what causes them, and that pharmaceuticals are the best solutions.

Track 21: Surgical Nursing

A surgical nurse, also known as a theatre nurse or scrub nurse, is a perioperative care specialist who looks after patients before, during, and after surgery. To become a theatre nurse, Registered Nurses or Enrolled Nurses must complete additional training. Theatre nurses can focus their efforts in a variety of speciality areas based on their interests.
The theatre nurse is required to support and assist the patient, surgeons, surgical technicians, nurse anaesthetists, and nurse practitioners during surgery. The nurse must help with the patient's and operating room's pre-operative preparation. During surgery, they assist the anaesthetist and surgeons as needed. Post-operative care is the final stage, which ensures that patients receive adequate care.

Track 22: Tele Medicines and E-Health

The top peer-reviewed publication for cutting-edge telemedicine applications that promote the best possible patient care and outcomes is Telemedicine and e-Health. It focuses particularly on how telemedicine affects the standard, efficiency, and accessibility of healthcare. Telemedicine and e-Health provides timely coverage of technological developments that give doctors, hospitals, and medical facilities new and creative ways to manage patient care, electronic records, and medical billing. Continuous improvements in mobile joint collaboration would enable human health specialists from different fields to exchange knowledge and talk about patient difficulties as if they were in the same location.

Track 23: Women Health Care

Women's health differs from men's in numerous ways. Women's health is an example of population health, which the World Health Organization defines as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, rather than the absence of disease or infirmity." Many groups argue for a broader definition pertaining to women's overall health, better expressed as "the health of women," which is often treated as simply women's reproductive health. These disparities are exacerbated in developing countries, where women's health, which includes both risks and experiences, is further disadvantaged.

Track 24: Wound Care Nursing

The clinical nurse is the first caregiver to initiate wound care and evaluate changes in the skin of a patient. It can be difficult because patients have a variety of disorders and tissue damage can range from superficial to deep. These nurses, however, provide an appropriate treatment plan by applying a few basic principles, beginning with a skin and wound assessment.

The evolution of nursing care has increased dramatically during the last three decades. Nurse scientists are well-positioned to address major challenges connected to the management and prevention of serious health care problems in both Korea and the United States. It is briefly noted that there is a need for further nursing care development in the fields of self-management, genetics, and geriatrics, as well as health promotion across the lifespan, technology, and mental health. Interdisciplinary cooperation and the establishment of global nursing research hubs will improve future research initiatives. At the same time, we must never lose sight of how crucial mentoring is for aspiring nurses.

Global Funding Bodies

  • Oncology Nursing Society Foundation
  • American Nurses Foundation (ANF)
  • National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)
  • Sigma Theta Tau

Future Scope of Nursing and Primary Healthcare
The evolution of nursing care has increased dramatically during the last three decades. Nurse scientists are well-positioned to address major challenges connected to the management and prevention of serious health care problems in both Korea and the United States. It is briefly noted that there is a need for further nursing care development in the fields of self-management, genetics, and geriatrics, as well as health promotion across the lifespan, technology, and mental health. Interdisciplinary cooperation and the establishment of global nursing research hubs will improve future research initiatives. At the same time, we must never lose sight of how crucial mentoring is for aspiring nurses.

Conference Series LLC Ltd extends its welcome to “52nd International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare” during January 26-27, 2022 at Singapore City, Singapore with a theme “Excelling in Care, Enhancing your Life”.

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Conference  Date

Nursing & Primary Healthcare 2022

Singapore City, Singapore

January 26-27, 2022

Target Audience:

  • CEOs
  • Directors of Association and Societies
  • Scientists
  • Doctors
  • Professors
  • Nursing Lecturers
  • Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Nursing Students
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Healthcare Industries.

Sessions/ Tracks:

  • Nursing
  • Primary Healthcare
  • Nursing in primary health care
  • Midwifery
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Cardiac Nursing
  • Surgical and Oncology Nursing
  • Cancer & Oncology Nursing
  • Healthcare and Infectious Diseases
  • Nursing Education & Research
  • Nutrition and Healthcare
  • Clinical Nurse Practitioner
  • Adult Nurse Practitioner
  • Paediatrics and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Gynaecology Nursing
  • Emergency & Critical Care Nursing
  • Oral Care & Dental care Nursing
  • Palliative Nursing
  • Neuroscience Nursing
  • Gerontological Health Nursing
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Legal nursing
  • Family nurse practitioner
  • Telemedicine and e-Health
  • Pharmacology Nursing
  • Wound Care Nursing
  • Surgical Nursing

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