Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Global Nursing Practice 2019

#GlobalNursingpractice2019  #Speakers #Abstracts #Nursing #Singapore

https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/abstract-submission.php
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We invite Speakers from the field #Nursing #Evidence_Based_Practice #Adult_Nursing #Pediatric_Nursing and many for our upcoming Conference Global Nursing Practice 2019 at #singapore on August 19-20.



Monday, November 19, 2018

World Prematurity Day


#Premature_Baby   #Preterm  #Global_Nursing_Practice  #Nurses  #World_Premature_Day 
#premature_birth



World Prematurity Day is observed on 17 November each year to raise awareness of preterm birth and the concerns of preterm babies and their families worldwide. Approximately 15 million babies are born preterm each year, accounting for about one in 10 of all babies born worldwide.

Preterm birth, also known as premature birth, is the birth of a baby at fewer than 37 weeks' gestational age. These babies are known as preemies or premies. Symptoms of preterm labor include uterine contractions which occur more often than every ten minutes or the leaking of fluid from the vagina. Premature infants are at greater risk for cerebral palsy, delays in development, hearing problems and sight problems. These risks are greater the earlier a baby is born.

https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/
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Friday, November 16, 2018

GLOBAL NURSING PRACTICE 2019


Global Nursing Practice 2019

#Global_Nursing_Practice #Singapore #Nursing #EBP
https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/conference-brochure.php



Conference Series LLC Ltd proudly invites you to the 52nd Annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference being held conducted from August 19-20, Singapore which will include Oral talks, prompt keynote presentations, poster presentations, and exhibitions.

https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Travel nursing


Travel nursing
#Travel_Nursing  #Hospitals  #healthcare  #Travel  #Gloabl_Nursing_Practice  #Singapore  #EBP 

Travel nursing is a nursing assignment concept that developed in response to the nursing shortage. This industry supplies nurses who travel to work in temporary nursing positions, mostly in hospitals. While travel nursing traditionally refers specifically to the nursing profession, it can also be used as a blanket term to refer to a variety of travel healthcare positions, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and even doctors and dentists. Reasons cited for pursuing travel nursing opportunities include higher pay, professional growth and development, and personal adventure. Agencies may submit applications for numerous positions concurrently on behalf of a traveler. A travel nurse is a nurse who is hired to work in a specific location for a limited amount of time. Travel nurses typically work 13week 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 nursing will be hired to come in and work in a specific position for a short amount of time. The major benefit of travel nursing is that you get to choose where you live and work. If you are tired of your current location or want to get away from cold weather for the winter, you have the ability to find a job in a different location and move for a short period of time.
https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/

Monday, November 5, 2018

Critical Care Nursing

Critical Care Nursing.

#Critical_Care_Nursing  #intensive_care_Units  #Trauma_center  #ICU  #ICU_Nurses  #surgery #pediatrics  #Injury  #Surgery  #Global_Nursing_Practice  #Singapore



Critical care nursing is the field of nursing with a focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients following extensive injury, surgery or life-threatening diseases. Critical care nurses can be found working in a wide variety of environments and specialties, such as general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, burns unit, pediatrics and some trauma center emergency departments.


Critical care nurses are also known as ICU nurses. They treat patients who are chronically ill or at risk for deadly illnesses. ICU nurses apply their specialized knowledge base to care for and maintain the life support of critically ill patients who are often on the verge of death.

https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com





Clinical Nurse Specialist


Clinical Nurse Specialist.

#Clinical_Nurse_Specialist  #Illness  #Nurse  #Patient  #Global_Nursing_Practice #Singapore #EBP

A clinical nurse specialist is an expert at diagnosing and treating illness in their area of expertise. Clinical Nurse Specialist focus on one of the three specialty areas:
•             Patient and their families
•             Nurse management
•             Administration
The rest of the nursing staff looks at the CNS for guidance in their work practice and help with efficiency in the workplace.
Things that a CNS has to do:
•             Clinical practice
•             Teaching
•             Research
•             Consulting
•             Management

https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com/

Saturday, November 3, 2018


Adult health nursing




#Adult_Health_Nursing   #Clinical_Management  #RN  #Global_Nursing_Practice  #EBP
Adult health nursing is a course that prepares RN to provide general as well as specialized care to adult patients. The learning process includes teachings in the following:
•             Adult primary care
•            Adult pathophysiology
•            Clinical management of medication and treatment
•            Patient assessment and education
•            Planning adult health maintenance programs
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, adult health nursing is expected to rise by 21% in the next ten years.
https://evidencebasedpractice.nursingconference.com