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8th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 17-19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA

October 17 -19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA
NWC 2017

Gabriel Oluwakotanmi

Speaker at Nursing Conference - Gabriel Oluwakotanmi
Chamberlain University, United States
Title : Improving health care delivery through nursing education


I mprovement of health care system is a major goal for most governments of the world. Achieving this goal has been difficult for many. The importance of healthy populace cannot be over-emphasized. Afterward, health population will influence every aspect of good living; economic development, political stability, increased productivity, and life-expectancy.

Citizens’ health presents a challenge to many nations of the world. According to the recent Pew Research Center, more than 85% of the respondent believes it was a problem in their country.

While there are many ways to improve the health of entire human race, the goal cannot be reached without nurses. Nurses are the majority of healthcare providers in the world. It makes lots of sense to build the foundations and pillars of improved healthcare deliveries on nurses and nursing education. This lecture will explore how it could be achieved.

In recent years, several health-related issues have plunged our societies; Ebola virus outbreak, Zika Virus, mental health, and drug dependence epidemic. The list goes on and on. It is my submission that these issues would have caused more devastation without the courageous and dependable nurses around the globe.

Audience Take Away

• Importance of sound nursing education to the populace’s health.

• Achieving increased government participation in alleviation of global nursing shortages.

• Awareness of nursing leaders to encourage and mentor new nurses on ways to practice nursing to its full potential.

• In the growing multicultural world, nurses can use their cultural competence in delivering, improving, and expanding health services.

• Transcultural education among future and current nurses can be greatly enhanced by international clinical experience of nursing students.

• Nurses are major players in the continuing quest for improved global health services.


Dr. Gabriel Oluwakotanmi is currently the Dean of Nursing at Chamberlain University, USA. His career as a bedside nurse in the intensive care unit, nurse leader, consultant, nurse educator, academician, and keynote speaker in the United States and abroad has spanned over 30 years. His professional experience includes teaching in undergraduate and graduates nursing programs online and in the classrooms, subject matter, expert writing, course, curriculum development, and nursing program development. Dr. Oluwakotanmi is an expert NCLEX reviewer, has more than 500 presentations locally and internationally. He was twice the keynote speaker for the World Nursing Conference in both LasVegas and Rome, Italy in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
Dr. Gabriel Oluwakotanmi has received several awards over the year. Summa cum laude 1991 at Malcolm X College in Chicago, Magna cum laude in 1994 at Olivet Nazarene University, Magna cum laude in 2008 at Governors State University. He also received a certificate of special congressional recognition from US Congresswoman Dina Titus in 2014. In 2014, Dr. Oluwakotanmi received a certificate of commendation from the United States Senator Harry Reid. 2018 received South Texas Imagemakers award by Texas Nurses Association.
Dr. Oluwakotanmi is an author of several articles for the nursing profession and leads the team that created Hallmark RN-BSN, BSN, and MSN program. He is happily married with children and grandchildren. He enjoys reading, teaching, and outdoor activities.