4th Edition of Nursing World Conference organized during August 19-21, 2019 at London, UK served as a podium for the interaction between experts in the areas of nursing and healthcare around the world with a goal of sharing unique research and interesting studies on various advances in the field of Nursing and Healthcare. More than 200 participants of Conference Attendees, Students, Media Partners, Exhibitors and Associations from all over the world has joined us in London, UK.
NWC 2019 opened the doors for many researchers in academia, clinicians, and industry representatives working in these exciting areas. It is expected to bring together both reputable scientists in advanced stages of their career and young researches from many related disciplines.
The conference shared many new ideas to emerge at the interfaces between disciplines aiming to solve the most important problems relating to the health and wellbeing of the humanity. With its strong emphasis on innovative approaches, the conference offers a chance for scientists, nurses and physicians working in different areas of healthcare to learn new ideas that could help them advance their own research and forge new professional relationships and collaborations.
We gratefully thank all our wonderful Speakers, Conference Attendees, Students, Media Partners, and Associations for making NWC 2019 the best ever!
With great success and hope, We look forward seeing you in our annual upcoming conference https://nursingworldconference.com/
Title : A response to the global need for development of clinical nurses knowledge and skills: Implementation of the who pen interventions
Adele Webb, Capella University, United States
Title : The Nurse Data Scientist
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States
Title : How trauma informed care will revolutionize health care
Nina Beaman, Aspen University, United States
Title : Globalization of Nursing Education
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi, Chamberlain University, United States
Title : How to guarantee ethical care in a context of budget reduction?
Veronique Haberey Knuessi, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Switzerland
Title : Stigma in health care settings: a barrier to care, for providers and patients alike
Louise Bradley, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Canada