Monday, July 29, 2019

Larix International Conference on Nursing

Larix International Nursing Conferences

Larix International is a group of ranking publishers and organizer’s for scientific conferences around the globe nesting well-known Doctors, Engineers, Scientists, and Industrialists. Larix is a self-functioning, independent organization wholly focused on arranging conferences in multi-disciplines of research on various science fields. The conferences are administered by global influential scientists and scientific excellence. We are even open for the upcoming scientists and scholars, who are in need of a platform to give their voice a much needed larger volume.
GLOBAL SUMMIT ON CLINICAL NURSING AND WOMEN HEALTH (Global Nursing 2019) is going to be organized in the beautiful city of Singapore on July 29-30, 2019 at Holiday Inn Atrium, primarily focusing on the theme “Advanced Nursing for Trusted Care”.

THE NURSING

Nurses play an essential role in the healthcare industry because they are primarily focused on patient care. They work in a variety of specialties to help people improve their health and to prevent and heal illnesses and injuries. Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups, and communities, sick or well and in all settings. It includes the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people.

ALL ABOUT IT

Nurses and midwives account for nearly 50% of the global health workforce. There is a global shortage of health workers, in particular nurses and midwives, who represent more than 50% of the current shortage in health workers. The largest needs-based shortages of nurses and midwives are in South East Asia and Africa. For all countries to reach Sustainable Development Goal 3 on health and well-being, WHO estimates that the world will need an additional 9 million nurses and midwives by the year 2030. Nurses play a critical role in health promotion, disease prevention and delivering primary and community care. They provide care in emergency settings and will be key to the achievement of universal health coverage. Investing in nurses and midwives is a good value for money. The report of the UN High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth concluded that investments in education and job creation in the health and social sectors result in a triple return of improved health outcomes, global health security, and inclusive economic growth. Globally, 70% of the health and social workforce are women compared to 41% in all employment sectors. Nursing and midwifery occupations represent a significant share of the female workforce.


DISCUSSIONS

Nursing Education & Nursing Management; Clinical Nursing; Surgical Nursing; Emergency Nursing Practice; Midwifery & Women health Nursing; Advanced Nursing Practice; Pediatric Nursing Disaster Nursing & Travel Nursing; Oncology Nursing; Nursing Primary Care; Cardiovascular Nursing Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing; Nursing Informatics; Dental Nursing; Public Health & Community Health Nursing; Wound Care Nursing; Operating Room Nurse; Gerontology Nurse; Nursing Rehabilitation & Management; Nurse as Caregiver.


ATTENDEES AND AUDIENCE
Leading world Doctors, Registered Nurses, Professors, Research fellows and many more from leading universities, companies, and medical research institutions, hospitals sharing their novel researches in the arena of Nursing, Healthcare & Medicine.
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Friday, February 15, 2019

Will nurses be replaced by robots?

The nurses will not be replaced by robots because to become the a nurse one must have to be kind hearted, responsible and caring but the robots can do tasks like human but they do not have emotion so nurses will not be replaced by robots. There is no doubt that nurses are needed everywhere even in this modern era. However if you want to be a perfect professional you should join the best possible nursing school for your grooming. If you are not sure that where should go then you can consult Nursing guide they are providing professional help to people who are unable to make decision about their future. They help you to choose nursing school in a best possible way including your location, budget, and qualification. Here is the link: Best CRNA Programs



I don't see a physical nurse robot - as either desirable - or necessary.  Now there are a whole host of issues around this remote patient monitoring and triage - including security and accuracy - but I'm in favor of the advances that make it easier for all of us to live our lives outside of a clinical / medicinal setting.  That's a higher quality of life for a longer period of time - and it's coming.  Some of it (highlighted above) is already here.
  
More Info at: https://www.quora.com/Will-nurses-be-replaced-by-robots

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Why do we trust nurses so much?

Nurses are associated with mothering and a gentle and honest spirit even if the nurse is a man. Many people know that nurses have various levels of educational preparedness for the field and some have more experience, but most believe that they will not overstep their scope of practice or give them false or misleading information intentionally.

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Paternalism in healthcare can go wrong, but many people have faith that ethical decisions are made and treatments are done in a way that preserves human dignity. The public also believes that nurses will recruit management if they see or hear things that are not done in a respectful manner.
Because as humans we are most vulnerable when we are afraid, injured or in pain. Nurses are the front line the patient sees first and last during thier episode of care. The nurse takes the reason for the visit assessment and provides the patient the discharge instructions. The nurse communicates the most of all employees during and after the incidence. When you have a problem and call the office, the nurse is the one that calls you back and provides you instructions. Patients put thier trust in the nurses because of thier increased availability compared to the busy physician. A good nurse is invaluable!

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Why is microbiology important in nursing?

Microbiology is a very important topic for nurses to study. This is because our infectious diseases are caused by microbes. This was discovered in the late nineteenth century and is defined in the “Germ Theory of Disease”. In a few cases, even cancer is associated with particular infectious microbes and viruses (liver carcinoma, stomach cancer and Burkitts Lymphoma).
Learning about microbiology will help a nurse prevent transfer of germs from one patient to another, prevent germ transfer to oneself and even prevent germ transfer from inanimate objects. The nurse will learn to appreciate the differences between pathogenic microbes and non-pathogenic microbes that play important roles in the environment. The nursing student will even learn how the immune system can resist less pathogenic microbes but require prior exposure.

The study of Microbiology will take you into that world; you’ll learn how bacteria and human cells are different, and connect that concept with how pharmacology can effect bacteria without doing harm to the patients cells.
you’ll learn to identify different pathogens by how they grow in certain environments; that will help you pinpoint when a patient comes into the ER with complaints, and you suspect a certain bacteria is the cause of their complaint.
For instance; E. col (Escherichia coli) is a bacteria which is normally found in our intestines, and helps with the absorption of Vitamin K and other nutrients, and in turn, we humans provide a nutrient rich environment for it to thrive in. Now, say a patient has surgery, and somehow that E. coli was transplanted somewhere else in the body; it would then be toxic to the body because it doesn’t belong in that area. So, the patient will have symptoms. You would expect the doctor to order a broad spectrum (works on many types of bacteria) antibiotic, while simultaneously running tests to pinpoint WHAT specific bacteria is causing problems, so the doctor can order a specific antibiotic that is tailored to destroy that bacteria.
Microbiology is an essential part of nursing studies. You’ll learn the differences between bacteria and viruses, and why medications won’t work on a virus; how they’re spread, etc.