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      4th International Conference on Nursing Science & Practice in Jamaica


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      October 26, 2020

      Monday   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (daily for 3 times)

      144-02 135th Avenue Jamaica, NY
      Jamaica, New York 11436

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      4th International Conference on Nursing Science & Practice

      4th International Conference on Nursing Science & Practice
      About this Event


      About Nursing Science Conference 2020

      USG-United Scientific Group, A non-profit organization, is glad to announce its, 4th International Conference on Nursing Science & Practice scheduled for October 26-28, 2020 in New York, NY.

      The Nursing Conference 2020 is a leading forum for nurse practitioners, nurse anaesthetist, nurse midwives, clinical nurses, and nurse consultants, along with researchers, educators, administrators, policy makers and students to learn, exchange knowledge and discuss to advance their professional development and clinical performance. This annual conference is one of the largest and most valuable conference with the diverse presentations dedicated to bringing together nurses who share a passion for patient care.

      We are pleased to invite you to attend at the Nursing Science-2020 scheduled for October 26-28, 2020 in New York, NY. This is important in bringing nursing to the forefront of thinking on global health and enabling nurses to do even more in improving healthcare globally. Our goal is to continue to offer you the very best in nursing practice, continuing education, career development, and networking opportunities during the conference. We hope this conference will play an important role in providing a platform in 2020 to exchange views and ideas on the theme that healthcare should be for all.

      Scientific Sessions of Nursing Science Conference 2020

      Nursing Education
      Clinical Nursing
      Community Health Nursing
      Critical Care & Emergency Nursing
      Gerontological Nursing
      Ob-Gyn Nursing and Midwifery
      Paediatric Nursing
      Pain Management/Palliative Care
      Psych/Mental Health Nursing
      Case Management Nursing
      Healthcare
      Cardiovascular Nursing
      Medical Surgical Nursing
      Gender Discrimination in Nursing
      Nurse Entrepreneurship
      Who Can Attend

      The event includes a keynote address, plenary and breakout sessions.

      Nurse Practitioners (RN/BSN/MSN/APN/APRN/ NP/ CRNA/ DNP/ DSN/ CNM)
      Nursing Researchers
      Nursing Instructors
      Health Care Professionals
      Health care Administrators
      Physicians
      Nursing Lecturers
      Nursing Training Institutes
      About Organizer

      USG-United Scientific Group, A Non-Profit Organization, an expert-driven initiative led by the editor’s association and the advisory board which includes academicians, researchers, and industry leaders across various fields of research. USG provides broad range of services in the fields of science and technology including publishing, conducting world class scientific events, and holding highly interactive and proficient world forums.

      Nursing Research

      Nursing research is improve the health of individuals, families, and communities with the developed science which helps people to strengthen the quality of their lives; from adolescents living with diabetes, to premature infants in neonatal intensive care units, to elderly cancer survivors with pain.

      Nursing Science is a disciplines for better understanding the experiences of patients, individuals and families living with illness across diverse populations and to develop personalized skills to improve health and well-being for individuals at all stages of life.

      Nursing Science-2020 scientific programs include critical topics like disease symptoms, wellness, and self-management of chronic conditions, end-of-life and palliative care, innovative skills, and training nurse scientists. It will cover all issues of clinical research that are significant to practicing nurses, providing an international platform to encourage discussion among clinical practitioners, educators, enhance clinical practice by applications of the latest scholarly research, and disseminate research findings of particular interest to practicing nurses. In this conference, nursing researchers can collaborate with their clinician colleagues, share their findings so that it can be translated quickly and can be more beneficial to the patients.

      Research work on all aspects of healthcare will be considered for featured presentation, including nursing education, community health nursing, specialist nursing topics, programs, policy, management, ethical issues, and healthcare systems.

      Organizing Committee

      Christina Silva

      Slippery Rock University, PA

      Dr. Silva started her nursing education at Pennsylvania State University-Fayette Campus where she earned her initial ASN and BSN. She continued her education at University of Phoenix and earned a MSN. Last, she attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania and earned her PhD in Nursing. As a staff nurse, her specialty is perinatal nursing. In this role, she was part of the fetal monitoring committee and a certified AWHONN Fetal Monitoring instructor. One of her research interests involves perinatal nursing and neonatal abstinence. As an educator, she desires to see all students attain their educational goals and become professional nurses contributing to the profession. Her areas of research interest include testing anxiety and the at-risk student.

      Gina Crawford

      Oklahoma City University, OK

      Gina Crawford, DNP, APRN-CNP, FNP, CNE, is the Chair of Advanced Practice Program and Director of the family nurse practitioner program. She completed an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree in 1989 from El Reno Junior College. After graduation, she went to work for Mercy Health Center in pediatrics. In 1990, she began working in postpartum and newborn nursing. In 1995, she became a home health nurse for Kingfisher Regional Hospital, and was promoted to home health director in 2000. In 2002, she returned to school at the University of Oklahoma, completing both the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science as a Family Nurse Practitioner. For seven years, she practiced with her father, a family physician, at Okarche Medical Clinic. While in private practice, she addressed a variety of needs, including pediatrics, adult health, women’s health, and geriatrics. She has a special interest in women’s health issues, underserved populations, and intimate partner violence. She completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Oklahoma City University.

      Cost: $1,089

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      This event repeats daily for 3 times: Oct 26, Oct 27, Oct 28

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.