Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Nursing is defined as the noble profession of protecting, promoting, optimizing the health , preventing illness and injury, facilitating  healing, alleviate suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response. Another important component of nursing care is the scope of patient education and coaching. Nurses take care of  patients , render clinical practice and work in groups forming the private health care team to assist patients in learning how to manage their own health. Their activities includes addressing  topics as healthy lifestyle choices, coping with a diagnosis, or understanding warning signs and symptoms of emerging problems with emotional intelligence. The role of the each and every nurse varies depending on the work environmental setting and the type of patients.

  • Track 1-1Scope of practice
  • Track 1-2Clinical Patient Care
  • Track 1-3Emotional Intelligence

Nursing is service to individual, families and to the society. It is based upon arts and science which molds the attitude, intellectual competence, critical thinking ability and evidence based teaching skills of the individual nurse, to help people to meet their health needs in medical direction. Nursing is a social institution where, an organized group of people working together toward a common goal directly concerned with the welfare of the people. Their key responsibilities include

During the course of time, changes have taken place in the field of education, health care, sociocultural aspects, science and technology. There was a need for change in existing systems and beliefs to draw the best and useful aspects from various educational philosophies  and one’s one philosophy. With an inherent purpose, internal organization and infinite creativity, achievement of optimum health can be made possible by following the nursing theories in a defined way. Nursing is a crucial component of multidisciplinary healthcare system which reflects the independent, dependent and collaborative positions of the nurse involving respective functions.

  • Track 2-1Evidence Based Practice
  • Track 2-2Critical Thinking Ability
  • Track 2-3Nursing Theory

Nurse practitioner is a nurse possessing a graduate degree in advanced practice nursing. This type of provider can be referred to as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. The NP is allowed to provide a broad range of health care services, which may include midwifery and anesthetist. Their duties include,

  • Taking into account of the person's history, performing a physical exam, and ordering laboratory tests and procedures
  • Diagnosing, treating, and managing diseases
  • Writing prescriptions and coordinating referrals
  • Providing education on disease prevention and healthy lifestyles
  • Performing certain procedures, such as a bone marrow biopsy or lumbar puncture

  • Track 3-1Nurse anesthetists
  • Track 3-2Nurse midwives
  • Track 3-3Proper Counselling

Nursing informatics is defined as the speciality that integrates the branches of  nursing science, computer science and information science. It helps in identifying, collecting, processing, and managing data and information to support nursing practice, administration, education, research and the expansion of nursing knowledge which will help in becoming a registered Nurse. Lot of advancements in information technology has created new roles for nurses emphasizing the need for all nurses to become more knowledgeable about health information concepts and technology that is designed to manage and process information. Nurses with expertise in informatics are often referred to as nursing informaticians who are aslo referred to as advanced practice Nurse.

  • Track 4-1Involvement in New Technology
  • Track 4-2Competencies of Nursing Informatics
  • Track 4-3The Nursing Informatics Specialty

Cardiovascular nurses take care of people with heart disease and interact with their patients’ families. They keep monitoring and treating acutely ill patients. They also focus on cardiac rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is the way of helping patients  to make lifestyle changes in order to prevent the worsening of their disease. Most of the cardiovascular clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) work in hospitals. They take care of the critically ill patients and those recovering from cardiac treatments such as bypass, angioplasty or pacemaker surgery. Few Cardiovascular nurses may also work at patient’s home to help them recover. Critical care/ Intensive care nurses also work with children and adults of all ages, although heart disease generally affects older people. They may also work as part of a team under the direction of a cardiologist.

  • Here is a sampling of some of their daily responsibilities:
  • Assessing and treating patients
  • Providing postoperative care
  • Monitoring stress test evaluations
  • Monitoring cardiac and vascular readings
  • Educating patients and their families
  • Supporting patient lifestyle changes

  • Track 5-1Cardiac Intensive Care Nursing
  • Track 5-2Cardiovascular Nursing Epidemiology
  • Track 5-3Cardiac Rehabilitation

Adult nursing professionals play leadership role as the primary health care providers. They promote constructive health practices and disease prevention methods which begin in early adulthood and continues throughout the aging process. Adult nurse practitioners are trained in such a way that they apply nursing theory in all their clinical practices. As leaders in the health care environment,adult nursing specialists educate, organize and manage the staff in their teams to respond quickly and efficiently in both routine tasks and emergency situations. An adult nurse practitioner will treat both acute and chronic illness, and can specialize in specific areas, such as diabetes or HIV/AIDS. An adult nurse practitioner usually works within a hospital, but there are opportunities available in the wide areas of health care settings such as adult day health care. As a nurse practitioner, they are responsible for multiple tasks:

  • Learning  patients’ history
  • Comforting and advising your patients and their families
  • Conducting patient investigations
  • Assisting doctors with tests and diagnosis
  • Updating patient records with current information
  • Preparing drips and blood transfusions
  • Giving and checking medicine and injections

  • Track 6-1Adult Day Health Care
  • Track 6-2Prior Preparation and alertness
  • Track 6-3Healthcare interactions

Women’s health nurse practitioners provide comprehensive woman-focused health care, with an emphasis on reproductive and gynecological health. Their work includes health promotion and disease prevention, as well as management of acute and chronic health conditions affecting women.Women’s health nurses work under the direction of a doctor or nurse practitioner to provide a wide range of care to women, including some of the following responsibilities:


  • Family planning services
  • Well-woman care and disease prevention
  • Management of sexually transmitted diseases
  • Prenatal and postpartum care
  • Care during perimenopause and menopause
  • Care for women with cancer, HIV/AIDS and disabilities
  • Care for women with substance abuse problems
  • Care for women who are suffering from abuse
  • Assessment, health education and counseling

  • Track 7-1Clinical nurse specialist
  • Track 7-2Family planning services
  • Track 7-3Woman care and disease prevention

Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) provide preventative and acute care in all settings to children and adolescents. They perform physical exams, diagnose illness and injury, and provide education and support to patients’ families. Most often they work in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) with pediatricians and other health care providers. Neonatal nurse specialists focus and care mainly for the newborn infants. They may take care for healthy infants, provide focused care for premature or ill newborns, or work exclusively with seriously ill newborns in a neonatal intensive care unit(NICU). Neonatal nurses (RNs) and neonatal nurse practitioners (NNPs) are intended to work in clinics, community-based settings, hospitals or in intensive care units. They are also responsible for conducting research, and act as consultants in  providing  education to staff and family members. They will work closely with parents, neonatologists and other nurse specialists to achieve optimal results for tiny patients. This nursing career requires a high level of diligence and teamwork.

  • Track 8-1Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Track 8-2Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Track 8-3Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Track 8-4Treatment planning
  • Track 8-5Medication administration

Oncology nurses are involved in providing care and supervising cancer patients who are either chronically or critically ill. Oncology nurse practitioners keep monitoring their patients’ physical conditions and prescribe regular medication in order to formulate symptom management strategies. These caring individuals are often bound to suffering and death yet many of them thrive because of the deep and ongoing relationships they develop with their patients. Mostly oncology nurses work in specialty hospitals. Few nurses’ work in medical offices, ambulatory care centers or provide home health care. Since cancer can happen to virtually anyone, oncology nurses work with children and adults of all ages. They work as part of a team with other cancer care providers and support staff. Their daily activities include the following tasks:

  • Caring for patients diagnosed with cancer
  • Offering education and support to patients’ families
  • Administering chemotherapy
  • Managing chemotherapy side effects
  • Assessing ongoing needs and educational deficits

  • Track 9-1Chemotherapy
  • Track 9-2Management of Infections
  • Track 9-3Cancer Screening
  • Track 9-4Non Coventional Training

Public health nurses tend to devote themselves to the health and well-being of the communities they serve. They educate them in beneficial health practices and disease prevention. They also identify common health problems in the community while treating patients, in order to create intervention plans to prevent the health problems and safety issues they discover. Promoting prevention over treatment is the main motto of a Public health nurse. By correcting poor health practices and maintaining a safe home or work environment risks to patients’ health can be reduced. The grail of a public health nursing is to educate patients through community-based intervention programs to identify and correct multiple health issues:

  • Improper diet
  • Infectious and sexually transmitted diseases
  • Social violence
  • Substance abuse
  • Teen pregnancy

  • Track 10-1Nutrition and Health
  • Track 10-2Health Care And Management
  • Track 10-3Health Care Nursing
  • Track 10-4Public Health Care

Geriatric nurses care is mainly for the elderly patients who are prone to  chronic illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension and respiratory disorders by focusing on the development and implementation of treatment plans. They are often involved in educating and counseling the families of these elderly patients. Geriatric nurses’ generally work in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and community health centers by providing complete care, compassion and friendship to their patients. In-home treatment to patients who are in need of regular medical assistance are taken care by these Geriatric nurses. They are also likely to encounter patients with diminishing mental capacities who lose their ability to make independent decisions about their health. Typical responsibilities of a geriatric nurse includes

  • Assisting physicians during examinations and procedures
  • Performing patient medical tests in-home or in a medical office
  • Establishing a patient care plan and setting health goals
  • Administering medications to patients based on a care plan
  • Teaching family members about a patient’s condition and how to promote self-care skills

  • Track 11-1Senior Health Care Management
  • Track 11-2Inhome Treatment
  • Track 11-3Patient Care Plan

An occupational health nurse specializes in the promotion of health and safety practices in the work place by bringing their health care expertise and business knowledge to a wide range of work environments, occupational health nurses deliver health and safety programs and services to prevent illness, injury and environmental hazards inside organizations. Occupational health nursesperform a wide range of job duties right from workplace hazard detection till case management. Typical activities for occupational health nurse jobs include mentoring and training co-workers, counseling employees on health and wellness, designing disease-prevention programs in order to ensure compliance with government regulations for workplace safety. With respect to career opportunities, occupational health nursing promises diverse roles such  as clinicians, educators, corporate directors and consultants and many nursing practitioner programs have been set up.

  • Track 12-1Occupational Safety and Health
  • Track 12-2Work Place hazard management
  • Track 12-3Occupational Therapist

Forming the main backbone of the surgical team, the surgical nurses are trained to be experts in peri and post- operative care procedures. They work in dynamic and challenging environments with key roles in life saving surgical procedures and surrounding care. Sometimes even called as Surgical or an Operating Room Nurse, they will be responsible for educating patients on procedures prior to surgery, adjusting treatment plans, and teaching patients about post-operative self-care. Doctors usually rely on these dedicated professionals who touch countless lives and bring about positive developments by enhancing improvements in the health and welfare of patients and their families. Though it may sound stressful at times, it is ultimately rewarding.

  • Track 13-1Daily Challenges
  • Track 13-2Operative Care procedures
  • Track 13-3Ambulatory care

Parish nursing is the integration of the practice of nursing with the beliefs of a religious community. A parish nurse is a registered nurse specialist who encourages physical and spiritual health and wholeness by developing and conducting programs within faith communities. Their main focus is onwellness and disease prevention thereby enabling health promotion. Responsibilities may include:

  •  Health education and teaching
  • Personal health counseling for faith community members
  • Coordinating with community health resources and acting as a church liaison
  • Training and coordinating volunteers in support services
  • Organizing health support groups
  • Assessing congregational and community health needs
  •  Responding to health-related issues such as substance abuse, addictions and violence within congregational families or the surrounding community

  • Track 14-1Health Education
  • Track 14-2Personal health counseling
  • Track 14-3Health support groups

Transitional care refers to the coordinative continuity of health care of the patients when he is moved on from one healthcare setting to another. This is also called as care transition. This transition is made when  health care practitioners and settings due to some unavoidable situations in their condition and care needs change during the course of a chronic or acute illness. Older adults who suffer from a variety of health conditions often need health care services in different settings to meet their many needs. For young people the focus is on moving successfully from child to adulthealth services.

  • Track 15-1Continuity of Care
  • Track 15-2Comprehensive plan of care
  • Track 15-3Health care practitioners

Psychiatric and mental health nurses’ work with individuals and families who have psychiatric problems and mental disorders, such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis or dementia. In this role they will perform the following tasks:

  • Assess mental health needs
  • Develop nursing care plans
  • Help patients regain or improve their coping abilities
  • Manage the therapeutic environment
  • Assist patients with self-care activities
  •  Administer and monitor treatment regimens
  • Crisis intervention and counseling

  • Track 16-1Organization of mental health care
  • Track 16-2Psychiatric medication
  • Track 16-3Spiritual interventions

Veterinary nurse will be involved in hands-on nursing care of a range of animals, providing both emergency and routine healthcare. They will work alongside veterinary surgeons to promote animal health and welfare through responsible ownership, and play a key role in the education of pet owners.

There are different types of practice which includes

  • General practice (first opinion): first line care of animals including vaccinating, neutering, worming, health checking and diagnosing diseases.
  • Referral practice: specialist practices that tend to see the more complex cases. Examples include orthopaedics, oncology and ophthalmology. In some cases, these may be species specific, e.g. canine, equine or exotics.
  • Emergency practice: practices that typically operate overnight and at weekends seeing urgent and critical cases.

Responsiblities of veterinary nurse includes

  • provide nursing care to hospitalised patients, including patient monitoring and health checking, feeding, grooming and walking animals
  • administer treatments including injections, tablets, drips and blood transfusions
  • perform diagnostic tests, e.g. blood sampling, urine analysis and x-rays
  • prepare animals for surgery and perform some minor procedures, e.g. suturing wounds and dental hygiene
  • monitor anaesthesia
  • assist veterinary surgeons with operations
  • maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of the practice
  • communicate with pet owners, gaining their trust and reassuring them about their animal's treatment
  • educate pet owners on animal health, including vaccinations, worming, flea prevention and appropriate nutrition
  • support student veterinary nurses undertaking placements
  • work to the professional code of conduct



  • Track 17-1First line care of animals
  • Track 17-2Ethics and Welfare
  • Track 17-3Cleanliness and Hygiene

As the healthcare system recognizes that patient education is crucial to recovery and reduces costly readmissions to hospitals, the role of nurses continues to expand. Nurses are now responsible for following up with patients to provide greater resources to those with chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. By working with the patients to monitor their conditions, nurses play a role well beyond the hospital. Care coordination fits well with many nurses’ interest in bedside careand their focus on the whole patient rather than an episodic problem. The increase in nurses seeking higher education is partly due to a report released in 2010 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) called “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change and Advancing Health.” The report recommended that nurses should practice at the top of license, achieve higher levels of education, and act as full partners with physicians. The same report also set a goal for 80 percent of nurses have baccalaureate degrees by 2020. The leadership and research skills BSN degrees bring improve professional development for nurses. In the fall of 2014, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) published a survey that showed enrollment in RN to BSN nursing programs increased 10.4 percent, marking 12 years of growth. These are exciting times for nurses. As more clinical nurses and nursing leaders participate in designing the future of healthcare, the role of nurses will only increase.

  • Track 18-1Care coordination
  • Track 18-2Universal Healthcare
  • Track 18-3Healthcare reforms

It holds in the full spectrum of advances and clinical applications of telemedicine and management of electronic health records, by using telecommunications and information technologies. Special emphasis on the outcome and impact of telemedicine on the quality, cost effectiveness, and access to healthcare is administered. It offers timely coverage of the advances in technology that offer practitioners, medical centers, and hospitals new and innovative options for managing patient care, electronic records, and medical billing. It has coverage over clinical telemedicine practice, technical advances, medical connectivity, enabling technologies, education, health policy and regulation, etc.

  • Track 19-1Clinical practice
  • Track 19-2Medical ethics
  • Track 19-3Medical decision making

Continuing nursing education is considered as nursing education attained after basic RN or EN training. Conversion degree studies and specialty programmes are also regarded as CNE since they are undertaken after the basic qualification. CNE is basically a professional responsibility. Everynurse is personally responsible for upkeeping professional practice. It is also in line with the world trend for professional quality and perhaps re-licensing purpose, apart from its contribution topersonal growth and career development.

  • Track 20-1 Effective Nursing Strategies
  • Track 20-2Personal Growth
  • Track 20-3Career Development

The healthcare field becomes increasingly complex and specialized demanding more and more nurses thereby rewarding nursing careers beyond the traditional hospital setting.

  • Travel Nursing Careers

  • Military Nursing Careers

  • Forensic Nursing Careers

  • Legal Nurse Consulting Careers

  • Surgical Nursing Careers

  • Holistic Nursing Careers

  • Nursing Informatics Specialist

If one has a fascination with cutting-edge medicine, these Nursing programs, are opening doors—and paychecks—to the savvy nurse.

  • Track 21-1Holistic Nursing
  • Track 21-2Legal Nurse Consulting
  • Track 21-3Travel Nursing