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 outlined as the noble profession of protective, promoting, optimizing the health, preventing health problem and injury, facilitating healing, alleviate suffering through the designation and treatment of human response. Another vital part of medical care is that the scope of patient education and training. Nurses watch out of patients, render clinical application and add teams forming the personal healthcare team to help patients in learning a way to manage their own health. Their activities embrace addressing topics as healthy mode selections, handling a designation, or understanding warning signs and symptoms of rising issues with emotional intelligence. The role of each and every nurse varies relying on the work environment setting and therefore on the variety of patients

Nursing is a highly rewarding career that involves caring for patients and providing medical support to doctors and other healthcare professionals. Nurses work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and schools. To become a nurse, individuals typically need to complete a nursing education program, which can be a diploma, associate degree, or bachelor's degree program. These programs provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide basic medical care and support to patients.

Nursing is a health-care profession that focuses on assisting individuals, families, and communities in achieving, maintaining, or regaining optimal health and quality of life. With their approach toward patient care, training, and scope of work, nurses are distinct from other health care providers. Nurses work in a variety of specialisations and have varying amounts of prescription power. Many nurses provide care within the scope of physicians' practise, and this role has moulded the community's perception of nurses as caregivers. Many established strategies and provider responsibilities are shifting as nurse education shifts toward advanced and specialised identifications. Nurses are responsible for the ongoing care of sick people and want to assess their health and assist them in making a full recovery.


Nursing informatics, a 21st-century science, attempts to improve the quality, safety, and effectiveness of health care with significant potential. Nursing informatics provides a fantastic opportunity for nursing staff to realise the full potential of organised and well-managed data.

In nursing practise, nursing informatics combines nursing science, computing, and knowledge to manage and transmit data, information, knowledge, and insight. Because of fast changing technical breakthroughs, informatics has gradually become a part of our profession. Healthcare systems are quickly integrating technology into daily practise. While achieving the goal of transforming data into useful knowledge, security and patient privacy must be maintained. Integrating informatics and evidence-based practise will only help us improve the care we provide to our patients.

Academic nurses have established their careers around research, which has legitimised nursing as a profession, altered education to reflect a research background, and legitimised nursing as a profession. Despite the fact that research has been on the agenda for a long time and that prominent organisations are involved, just a small percentage of nurses use research as a foundation for practise. As a result, Evidence-Based Nursing will be extremely valuable, and its practitioner target audience is a significant step in the right direction. In nursing, qualitative research focuses on the lived experiences of patients and nurses. Qualitative approaches are divided into five categories by a generic and useful categorization: ethnography, narrative, phenomenology, grounded theory, and case study.


Midwifery is a health profession that focuses on the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives, including pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including new-born care). Midwives were typically mothers who became midwives after seeing the births of their neighbours or relatives. The practise of midwifery is strongly ingrained in culture all across the world, and specific standards and education for midwives vary by country.




clinical nurse, often called a clinical nurse specialist, is a highly qualified nursing leader who specialises in one area of practise. Clinical nurses provide support to other nurses and encourage health-care innovation in their companies and communities. In some areas, clinical nurse specialists can order tests, perform some diagnostic tests, give basic treatments, and write prescriptions. They may also offer advice and assistance to a group of nurses. They frequently contribute to the formulation of organisational practise changes and plans in order to ensure that the group is using best practises and providing evidence-based care. CNSs are trained to spot shortcomings or gaps in health-care services. They may provide consultations, interact with patients and their families, track therapy, develop and implement treatments, and evaluate overall health-care delivery.


Patients with long-term physical disabilities or chronic conditions benefit from rehabilitation nurses' assistance in overcoming their restrictions and realising their full potential. These nurses work with patients and their families to establish recovery plans and set short and long-term goals in order to help the patient achieve as independent a lifestyle as possible.

Pediatric nursing is a branch of nursing that focuses on children's health and medical care from birth to adolescence. This is an important area because, due to the growth and development that occurs during childhood, children's health differs from that of adults. Pediatric nurses usually work in a multidisciplinary team with other health professionals to provide the best medical care for children. They play an important role in keeping track of the health of young patients and giving care and support during their treatment.    



  • Maternal Healthcare

From puberty to menopause and beyond, gynaecology nursing treats diseases and disorders of the reproductive organs, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, ovaries, and vagina. Because the intestine, bladder, and urine system are all linked to the female reproductive system, a gynaecology nurse can also help with these issues. GN's also treat yeast and bacterial infections, painful intercourse, irregular and unpleasant menstruation, and other disorders associated with menopause that necessitate surgery.

  • Obstetrics Nursing:

Obstetrical nurses provide prenatal care and testing, as well as care for pregnant patients with problems, throughout labour and delivery, and afterward. Obstetrical nurses collaborate with obstetricians, midwives, and other nurse practitioners to provide care to pregnant women. Post-operative care, cardiac monitoring, stress test evaluations, vascular monitoring, and health assessments are all performed by obstetrical nurses in the surgical unit. They have specialised skills in neonatal resuscitation, electronic foetal monitoring, no stress diagnostics, and continuous intravenous medicine administration.

Ambulatory care nursing is the care of patients who are treated as outpatients, meaning they do not need to stay in the hospital overnight. The clinical, organisational, and professional actions that registered nurses do with and for individuals, groups, and communities who desire to improve their health or seek treatment for a health problem are referred to as ambulatory care. Ambulatory emergency care (AEC) was created by clinicians as a technique to deliver emergency care outside of a hospital's standard bed basis. AEC can continue to operate during periods of high bed occupancy since it is given in a clinic setting, alleviating bed pressures and ensuring that selected patients receive quick care.


This branch of nursing is focused with the care of the elderly, which includes healthy ageing promotion as well as the prevention, assessment, and management of physiological, pathological, psychological, economic, and sociological issues. Geriatric nurses are trained to recognise and treat the physical and mental health requirements of the elderly. They safeguard their patients' health and make adjustments to their mental and physical abilities so that they can remain independent and active for as long as feasible. Geriatric nurses help older individuals improve their health by preventing and treating diseases and disabilities that come with age. It entails providing care to senior citizens at their homes, in hospitals, or in special facilities such as nursing homes, mental facilities, and so on.


Surgical nursing focuses on providing preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care to surgical patients. There are various types of surgical nurses, and surgical nursing is a hard profession. A surgical nurse in the pre-operative care unit assists a patient in physically and mentally preparing for surgery. Surgical nurses explain the operation to the patient and aid to alleviate concerns about the approaching surgery and recovery. They also monitor the patient's vital signs, provide drugs, and assist with sterilising and marking the surgical site.


Continuing education for nurses not only keeps nurses up to date on the latest advances in care and treatment, but it affords nurses an opportunity to explore other areas of nursing such as home health or hospice, wound care, pain management, geriatrics and case management, and a host of other niches


Specialist nurses in critical and intensive care nursing are encouraged to deliver superior care to critically sick patients. Intensive treatment Nursing focuses on giving the best possible care to critically ill or unstable patients who have undergone serious injuries, surgery, or are suffering from life-threatening diseases. Critically sick patients who require endotracheal intubation, titratable vasoactive intravenous medicine, or mechanical breathing are often cared for by these healthcare experts.


Males are increasingly entering the nursing field. There is a desire for more male nurses in the healthcare profession as more providers and patients become aware of the various benefits male-identifying nurses may bring. More male-identifying nurses, for example, can make male patients feel more represented. In terms of practise and professional development, male nurses had a long way to go. Male nurses have received recognition in recent years for their excellent contributions to health care delivery.



An anaesthetist is a skilled nurse who administers anaesthetics for surgery or other medical operations. They may be involved not just during the operation, but also before and after anaesthesia, depending on the local healthcare system.

Peri anaesthesia: The field of Peri anaesthesia nursing is focused with the treatment of patients who are undergoing or recovering from anaesthesia. Peri anaesthesia nursing encompasses a wide range of specialized practice areas as well as a variety of practice locations and abilities. They take care of side effects such as nausea and disorientation, as well as respiration and other undesirable reactions that patients may suffer after waking up from anaesthesia. They are trained in patient medical care, as well as the monitoring of heart rate, lung function, blood pressure, body temperature, and body fluid balance for patient safety and comfort.

Nurse's importance cannot be emphasised. Nurses not only provide critical care to patients in need, but they also serve as change agents, advocating for patients and lobbying for health-system improvements. Nurses are the first responders in the medical field. They're in a wonderful position to promptly detect pathogenic diseases and communicable diseases. Nurses in public and community health clinics frequently continue to work as usual during a disease outbreak. They do so, however, to prevent illness spread and to protect their own and their patients' health.


Using information from nursing, social, and public health sciences, public health nursing promotes and protects population health. The primary goal of public health nursing is to promote health and prevent disease in entire populations.

  • A plan for interference is established with the community to meet identified needs that takes into account available resources, the range of activities that contribute to health, and the prevention of illness, injury, disability, or early death. • The health care needs of a population are assessed in order to identify families and individuals who would benefit from health promotion or who are at risk of illness, injury, disability, or early death.
  • The results of the process are used as guidance and direct the current delivery of care, implementing of health resources, and the development of local, regional, state, and national health strategy and research to market health and stop diseases.

·         Types of Nursing
·         Nursing Care Plans
·         Nursing Law
·         Nursing Care Education and Research
·         Nursing Care Management
·         Improvement in Nursing Care
·         Occupational Health & Safety
·         Nursing and Infectious Disease


Perioperative nursing is a specialized nursing field that involves providing care to patients before, during, and after surgical procedures. Perioperative nurses work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, and other healthcare professionals to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.
The role of a perioperative nurse begins before the surgical procedure, as they prepare the patient for the operation. They ensure that the patient's medical history is reviewed, all necessary preoperative tests are completed, and the patient is informed of the procedure, including the risks and benefits.

  • Nephrology and Urology Nursing
  • Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
  • Vascular and Surgical Nursing
  • Radiology & Imaging Nursing
  • Gastrointestinal and Endoscopy Nursing
  • Forensic Nursing
  • Transcultural Nursing
  • Nursing - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
  • Pulmonary and Respiratory Nursing
  • Otorhinolaryngology and Opthalmic Nursing
  • Dental Nursing
  • Dermatology and Cosmetic Nurses