5th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 18-20, 2021 | Orlando, USA

October 18 -20, 2021 | Orlando, USA

NWC 2021

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Adele Webb
Keynote Presentation
Adele Webb, Capella University, United States

This presentation will demonstrate the spread and seriousness of the current global diabetes pandemic. By examining the concepts of social determinants of health and how such determinants relate to the global pandemic, this presentation will offer interventions based on a populat [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Gabriel Oluwakotanmi
Keynote Presentation
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi, Chamberlain University, United States

It is not by accident that for eighteen years in a row, the United States of America annual Gallup poll has rated nurses highest in honesty and ethics. It is especially rewarding and satisfying that 85% of Americans think, and rate nurses higher in honesty than a clergy, policema [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Renee Bauer
Keynote Presentation
Renee Bauer, Indiana State University, United States

I would like to speak of the Cuban healthcare system and our relationship with the university. We are planning a journey with Indiana State University and faculty to spend time in Cuba. Then, we will get a global travel arrangement for our nursing students to go there and learn a [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Tracey S. Merworth
Keynote Presentation
Tracey S. Merworth, University of Texas at El Paso, United States

Background:  It is imperative that nurse educators adopt a systems approach to nursing education and patient safety to bridge the gap between nursing education and practice (Gregory, Guse, Dick, & Russell, 2007).  Evolving expectations of clinical partners [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Lorraine W. Bock
Keynote Presentation
Lorraine W. Bock, The Pennsylvania State University College of Nursing, United States

The release of the Institute of Medicine’s quality study in 2001, Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Healthcare System for the 21st Century sparked a new challenge to healthcare providers to deliver safe, quality care to their patients. Since nurses constitute the majority o [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Tracey Wilson
Keynote Presentation
Tracey Wilson, University of Maryland, United States

Traditionally, telemedicine has been primarily used by physicians for coverage in rural hospital settings. Today, telemedicine can be utilized for a variety of healthcare needs, including, post discharge follow up, medication reconciliation, management of chronic health problems, [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Lori E. Rhodes
Keynote Presentation
Lori E. Rhodes, USA,

The major categories of chronic dermal ulcers are complex and difficult to prevent and treat. These are the categories of venous stasis, neuropathic (diabetic), arterial insufficiency, and pressure ulcers/injuries plaguing patients who suffer with the health conditions after whic [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Brian Trzaskos
Keynote Presentation
Brian Trzaskos, Motivation Beyond Measure, United States

That’s how much money U.S. companies have invested in “employee engagement” programs since 2010 and we’ve barely moved the needle. Gallup reports that over 66% of healthcare workers are disengaged from their work and 54% of healthcare professionals report [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Rachel Ardern
Keynote Presentation
Rachel Ardern, Weber State University, United States

Lack of consistency in clinical experiences has to lead to a need to adapt simulation experiences.  Attempting to engage students within the simulation experience has, however, been limited with students being observed to be withdrawn when not involved within the simulation [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Faye Fairchild
Oral Presentation
Faye Fairchild, Columbia College, United States

Background: Nurse educators should implement remediation strategies to reduce student nurse attrition, improve graduation rates, and ultimately decrease the nursing shortage. This pilot study aimed to increase the retention rate of at-risk nursing students in an undergraduate &ls [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Charles Boicey
Keynote Presentation
Charles Boicey, Clearsense, LLC , United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Kathy M. Green
Keynote Presentation
Kathy M. Green, Veterans Affairs, United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Patricia A Seabrooks
Keynote Presentation
Patricia A Seabrooks, Miami Regional College, United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Joanne Smith Young
Keynote Presentation
Joanne Smith Young, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Numerous potential benefits come from developing new approaches for working with patients and developing partnerships with them to better manage their own healthcare and service delivery. These benefits include increased patient satisfaction and trust, improved patients’ qu [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Joe Cohen
Keynote Presentation
Joe Cohen, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom, following a series of significant breakdowns in patient care, a major investigation* was carried out and one of the findings was that over a lengthy period of time, nursing staff were concerned about the level of care they were being asked to deliver but th [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Miriam Fernandez
Keynote Presentation
Miriam Fernandez, Universidad Tecnica de Ambato, Ecuador

Viral hepatitis is a global public health problem according to the World Health Organization, comparable to other communicable diseases of importance such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), tuberculosis and malaria. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) causes an infectious and contag [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Premruetai Noimuenwai
Keynote Presentation
Premruetai Noimuenwai, Sukhothai Thamathirat Open University, Thailand

This descriptive study aimed 1) to explore leadership competencies for elderly care through experiences and perspectives of nurse executives in the ASEAN community, and 2) to investigate requirements of each those competencies. The samples comprised 53 nurse executives who worke [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Kevin Smith
Keynote Presentation
Kevin Smith, Lehigh Regional Medical Center, United States

With the development of technology and increased regulations, healthcare has changed dramatically over the past decades from providing lots of hands on care and performing the necessary interventions to spending countless hours away from the patients side to accomplish the tasks [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Rose Cook
Keynote Presentation
Rose Cook, Catawba Valley Health System, United States

Clinical Instructor's (CI) currently do not have a consistent orientation process at Catawba Valley Medical Center (CVMC). CVMC offers local nursing schools’ clinical opportunities. These clinical instructors are a mix of CVMC employees as well as non-employees. There w [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Angelina Alaina Sepeku
Oral Presentation
Angelina Alaina Sepeku, Abbott Fund Tanzania, Tanzania, United Republic of

Background: Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam is the main referral hospital in Tanzania with a modern emergency department. Since opening in 2010, the department continues to provide rapid and varied emergency care. The emergency department responds to 200-250 pat [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Rachel Hand
Poster Presentation
Rachel Hand, Troy University, United States

Discussion during the presentation will be focused on the DNP synthesis project research and implementation.  Specifically, literature supports that weight-related stigma is a present and growing problem in today’s healthcare system and can lead to poor patient experie [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Dorothy Normile
Poster Presentation
Dorothy Normile, MCPHS University, United States

This study addresses methods to reduce the rate of falls in older adults who reside in nursing homes. This topic is important when you consider the large population of older adults (65 years of age and older) from the “baby boom” generation, many of whom will become r [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Elizabeth Goldsby
Poster Presentation
Elizabeth Goldsby, Ball State University, United States

The plight of the opioid crisis locally, regionally, and nationally across the lifespan and continuum of care has devastated individuals, families and communities. The etiology of the opioid crisis is multi-faceted. CDC reports during the time period of 1999-2017 greater than 700 [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Malliga Jambulingam
Keynote Presentation
Malliga Jambulingam, Morgan State University, United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Marcos Gayol
Keynote Presentation
Marcos Gayol, Aspen University , United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Tracy Flynn
Keynote Presentation
Tracy Flynn, Lewis-Clark State College, United States

The Institute of Medicine’s 2010 report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health contained several key recommendations for transforming the nursing profession. Key Message #3 stated that “Nurses should be full partners, with physicians and other health [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Heather Roebuck
Keynote Presentation
Heather Roebuck, Madonna University, United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Natalia Cineas
Keynote Presentation
Natalia Cineas, Mount Sinai St. Lukes West, United States

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Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Roslyn Elizabeth Morgan
Keynote Presentation
Roslyn Elizabeth Morgan, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, Australia

The physical environment has long been understood as a major determinant of health and well-being.  Climate change and environmental degradation are increasingly recognized for their disastrous health impacts. The Lancet Climate Change Commission called for a public health m [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Mary Fanning
Keynote Presentation
Mary Fanning, WVU Medicine, United States

Project Overview Workplace violence in healthcare extends beyond emergency and behavioral settings.  Executive leadership is challenged with establishing a systems to support the workforce in a challenging work environment.  Leaders at a 790-bed, Magnet designated, aca [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Mohammad Fathi
Keynote Presentation
Mohammad Fathi, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences,

Education is the fundamental mission of any university and educational institution. Compliance with ethical principles would guarantee peace of mind, feeling secure and excellence of students and faculties. The science of ethics discusses about conscious search of positive value [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Saumya Prakash Srivastava
Keynote Presentation
Saumya Prakash Srivastava, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India

Introduction: Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) refers to numbness, tingling and burning sensation caused due to nerve damage by chemotherapeutic agent that can lead to impairment in overall Quality Of Life (QoL) of the patients. Various self-management strategies [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Aretuza Cruz Vieira
Oral Presentation
Aretuza Cruz Vieira, Albert Einstein Hospital, Brazil

Introduction: The maternal figure is the caregiver and principal target of the family impact suffered in this condition in various areas. And it is nonetheless vulnerable to the overload arising from these impacts. The overload can be portrayed as being the product of the sum of [....] » Read More

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2021 - Gulfer Dogan Pekince
Oral Presentation
Gulfer Dogan Pekince, Adnan Menderes University, Turkey

Although feeding with mother's milk is common, there are problems with the correct application. Although some problems are unavoidable, evidence-based practice recommendations are taken into consideration in the maintenance of breastfeeding and if applied, a successful breast [....] » Read More

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