Magnus Group would like to thank everyone who attended the 2nd Edition of Nursing World Conference on October 16-18, 2017 in Las Vegas, USA. Over 100 people from different nations volunteered their time and resources to make the event a success.
NWC 2017 was designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience of nursing and healthcare workforce worldwide. It continued this philosophy by encouraging the sharing of research and practice of nursing and healthcare education as it impacts on the learning experience of students and qualified practitioners and the health and social care needs and safety, of the individuals and communities it serves worldwide.
The theme of the Nursing world Conference 2017 is “In Pursuit of Viable Quality Health Care”, under which participants will stimulate each other to create and promote the body of nursing knowledge for meeting current and future needs of people who are facing complicated health problems and care service systems.
Keynote Speakers are praised in particular for delivering high-quality, instructive talks. We'd like to convey our gratitude for everything you've done for us.
Hopefully, you enjoyed both the scientific and networking aspects of the event and took use of the opportunity to expand your existing profession. I am optimistic that the vast majority of you will continue to work with me in the near future.
Check our website for regular updates: https://nursingworldconference.com/
Title : In pursuit of a “Drama Free” school of nursing – Quality begins in the classroom
Georgia Smith Vest, Rasmussen College, United States
Title : Vanquishing the barriers to gender inclusivity
Lavoy Bray, American Association for Men in Nursing, United States
Title : Spark clinical surveillance: Saving lives and improving patient care
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States
Title : Improving health care delivery through nursing education
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi, Chamberlain University, United States
Title : The holistic praxis educational phenomenon
Mercy Popoola, John Glonor University, United States
Title : Not all narcotics are created equal: A comprenhensive review of opioids, prescribing patterns and literature review
Carlos A Archilla, Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States