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Session XII: Adult Health Nursing

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Global Nursing Practice 2019 | Singapore Although the term “adult health nurse” can be defined broadly, adult health nurses are basically nurses who provide health care services to a specific population, typically young adults, adults, and older adults. Adult health nurses may also offer medical services to the family members of individuals who fall within the aforementioned categories. The primary objectives of the adult health nurse are to play a role in and to help facilitate, the promotion, maintenance, supervision, and restoration of health. To accomplish these goals, the adult health nurse will often identify health risks that can precipitate disease. In many cases, adult health nurses will operate as leaders, advocates, educators, and consultants within the facilities and communities where they work.

The duty of an Adult Nurse Includes:
Assessing and planning nursing care requirementsWriting care plans and recordsProviding pre and post operation careMonitoring a patient's co…

Significance of Nurse's Week

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Global Nursing Practice 2019 | SingaporeNational Nurses Week is a seven-day recognition and celebration of nurses that occurs every year, starting on May 6 and ends on May 12. It is celebrated on Florence Nightingale’s birthday.


Florence Nightingale was given the nickname ‘The Lady with the Lamp’. She got this name after her prominence rose while serving as a manager of nurses during the Crimean War where she with 38 others trained volunteer nurses and worked night and day to serve the wounded soldiers. Why National Nurses Week?
Because nurses, as a group, form one of the most important constituencies of healthcare professionals in the world.Nurses, in many ways, constitute the collective face of healthcare.This is true in a clinical setting, where assessment and patient mindset are directly influenced by the nurse-patient relationship.It’s true in the academic setting, where nurse educators help shape the future of the profession by passing along established best practices and bringin…

Young Research Forum

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Session XI: Accelerated Nurse Program

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Global Nursing Practice 2019 | Singapore
An accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing is specifically designed for those who have already earned a Bachelor’s degree in another field and now want to become Registered Nurses. In many cases, an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program may even get you into scrubs more quickly than a two-year associate degree program (ADN), as some programs can be completed in as little as 11-18 months. The concept of the accelerated BSN is that students take intensive nursing coursework, without repeating the required coursework in a regularly-paced bachelor’s program that they already completed. Typically, an accelerated BSN program won’t include a lot of liberal art classes but will focus on science-based courses, including anatomy and physiology, microbiology and chemistry.

Requirements for Accelerated BSN Degree
Human Anatomy and PhysiologyMicrobiology.Statistics.Human Growth and Development Know more about the accelerated nursing program a…

Call for Abstracts

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Global Nursing Practice 2019 | Singapore
We are overwhelmed to announce the commencement of 52nd Annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice (Global Nursing Practice 2019)Conference to be held during August 19-20 in Singapore. The upcoming conference will be organized around the theme of Advanced and Emerging Issues in Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice.


Conference Highlights on the following topics:

Gerontological nursingLicensed Practical Nurse (LPN)Mental Health NursingMidwiferyNursing educationNursing informaticsNursing PracticePediatric NursingRegistered NurseTravel NursingAccelerated Nurse Program:Adult health nursingClinical Nurse SpecialistClinical Nursing ResearchCritical Care NursingDental NursingEmergency nursingEvidence-based Clinical PracticesEvidence-Based MedicineEvidence-Based Nursing Submit your research abstract and be a part of the conference as a speaker
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Session X: Travel Nursing

Global Nursing Practice 2019 | Singapore A travel nurse is a nurse who is hired to work in a specific location for a limited amount of time. Travel nurses naturally work 13-week periods in one area and move around the country depending on where they are needed. Because the demand for nurses is so high, there are often shortages in certain areas, and a traveling nurse will be employed to come in and work in a specific position for a short amount of time. Travel nursing assignments typically range from 13 to 26 weeks in length and include a variety of different specialties. Travel Nurses can choose between several jobs in a variety of areas lasting for different lengths of the period. This allows traveling nurses the freedom to choose where and when they work. The freedom to choose where and when you work is a great benefit that allows travel nurses the ability to take time off when they want and not be stuck at the same job day after day. Advantages: The major benefit of travel nursing …

Early Bird Registration

We are overwhelmed to announce the commencement of 52nd Annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference to be held during August 19-20 in Singapore. The upcoming conference will be organized around the theme of Advanced and Emerging Issues in Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Abstract Submission and Registrations are open.

Conference Highlights:
Gerontological nursingLicensed Practical Nurse (LPN)Mental Health NursingMidwiferyNursing educationNursing informaticsNursing PracticePediatric NursingRegistered NurseTravel NursingAccelerated Nurse Program:Adult health nursingClinical Nurse SpecialistClinical Nursing ResearchCritical Care NursingDental NursingEmergency nursingEvidence based Clinical PracticesEvidence Based MedicineEvidence-Based Nursing "Register Now to avail the discounted Early Bird fee" To Register for the conference (Click here)
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