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3rd Edition of

Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 16-18, 2023 | Singapore

Nursing 2021

Adele Webb, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Adele Webb, Capella University, United States

As nurse leaders, we are living in unprecedented times.  Covid-19 has significantly impacted not just the way we live our lives, but also the way we work in healthcare.  Overworked and anxious staff members need strong, supportive, and intuitive leaders like never befor [....] » Read More

Natalia Cineas, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Natalia Cineas, New York City Health + Hospitals Corp, United States

The ongoing global pandemic has had an enormous impact on the nursing profession, particularly as it relates to nursing education, virtual learning and disseminating the most up-to-date evidence-based best practices in an accelerated timeframe. These substantive and enduring chan [....] » Read More

Patricia M Burrell, Speaker at Nursing Congress 2022
Keynote Presentation
Patricia M Burrell, Hawaii Pacific University, United States

Healthcare focuses on the valuing of others’ cultures, beliefs and practices. It also implies that the practitioner not only acknowledges the client’s culture but also knows about the culture of the client as well as utilizing the culture of the client in their care ( [....] » Read More

Assuma Beevi TM, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Keynote Presentation
Assuma Beevi TM, MIMS College of Nursing, India

Every nurse should keep in mind that nursing research is critical to the nursing profession and is necessary for continuing advancements that promote optimal nursing care. Indian nurses also move in par with this idea. Historical review of nursing research showed that in1982 witn [....] » Read More

Dawn Orr, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Dawn Orr, NHS 24, United Kingdom

The ever changing landscape of healthcare worldwide and the rapid growth of new technologies, along with changes to government policy has led to the growth in the delivery of healthcare using these technologies. This Professional Doctorate aimed uniquely to explore how clinical d [....] » Read More

Latiena Williams, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Oral Presentation
Latiena Williams, University of South Florida, United States

The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified the human papillomavirus (HPV) as a global burden, associated with 70% of cervical cancer cases (WHO, 2016). HPV is the principal cause of most cervical cancer cases and is the fourth most common cancer in women, worldwide. Hispa [....] » Read More

Melanie Leach, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Melanie Leach, University of Texas Medical Branch, United States

Leadership is a top characteristic when searching for a new manager or executive in an organization. The main question to be answered is, can this person get the job done and can the individual lead others to get the job done. But why, when an organization has a great leader in p [....] » Read More

Katherine Anderson Rosselot, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Oral Presentation
Katherine Anderson Rosselot, Capella University, United States

Background Medical terminology and health literacy are a critical competency for all healthcare professionals.  Fluency in basic medical terminology is not just about communications but is also about professional competency.  The value of understanding and focusing on [....] » Read More

Bincy Reginold, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Oral Presentation
Bincy Reginold, Oakton Community College, United States

During this presentation, I will be discussing different active learning and teaching strategies to use in nursing education in classroom, lab, and clinical settings. Trends in nursing education, new approaches in the design of learning and teaching strategies, and varied learnin [....] » Read More

Marjeta Logar Cucek, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Oral Presentation
Marjeta Logar Cucek, University Clinical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia

A prospective interventional research was carried out (between December 2013 and August 2015) with the view to improving Roma women’s care for reproductive health. Within the framework of the entire research, it was carried out in three stages. At the beginning, interviews [....] » Read More

Ievgeniia Burlaka, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ievgeniia Burlaka, Bogomolets National Medical University, Ukraine

Background: Recent evidence for the nonskeletal effects of vitamin D, coupled with recognition that vitamin D deficiency is common. Vitamin D deficiency identified as a common metabolic/endocrine disorder worldwide. Because many countries have a relatively low supply of foods ri [....] » Read More

Shobha Gaikwad, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shobha Gaikwad, S.N.D.T Women's University of Mumbai, India

Background: Early awareness and preventive measures will help to reduce the incidence of CAD and myocardial infarction among the young adults which is in a rising trend. Objective: The aim of the study was to assess the effect of RFMP regarding (CAD) on high risk adolescents in s [....] » Read More

Kumari MJ, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Oral Presentation
Kumari MJ, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, India

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers are sores or wounds on the foot and are often a strong indicator of advanced diabetes. Local application of citric acid is most effective in the treatment of various wounds, including diabetic wounds for which there are no alternative options avai [....] » Read More

Mwanahamisi Ally Mvimba, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Oral Presentation
Mwanahamisi Ally Mvimba, Muhimbili referral national hospital, Zimbabwe

Introduction; Over the years, survival in pediatric burns with sepsis has improved worldwide. However, burn wound infection and sepsis in Tanzania is still the most significant factors causing mortality in pediatric burn patients. The aim of this study was to determine factors co [....] » Read More

Elvessa Narvasa, Speaker at Nursing Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Elvessa Narvasa, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Montreal, Canada

As new discoveries are being made on a daily basis, medical technology is experiencing advancements in robotic applications. These intelligent machines will progressively become part of our hospitals technological evolution and medical staff. Henceforth, NURSES will inevitably ne [....] » Read More

Stuart Mott, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Keynote Presentation
Stuart Mott, Clinic, Inc - Albany, United States

A major hurdle for patients choosing Home Hemodialysis (HHD) modality is the anxiety associated with self-cannulation. Tap Cannulation is a teaching method that reduces the fear and pain of self-cannulation for patients who are beginning to use an arterio-venous fistula (AVF) or [....] » Read More

Sofica Bistriceanu, Speaker at Nursing Congress 2022
Keynote Presentation
Sofica Bistriceanu, Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania

Background: Our varied emotional life changes the functioning of systems composing our body, according to its value. The insights into management accounting the mental activity disaster caused by the death of loved ones, and then smart decisions, partnering with key per [....] » Read More

Chengmao Zhou, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Oral Presentation
Chengmao Zhou, Southeast University, China

At present, we have entered the fourth industrial revolution. Data and information intelligence endow modern medicine with new mission and ability. Similarly, artificial intelligence, led by machine learning, is bringing new strength and changes to our perioperative medicine. The [....] » Read More

Theyamma Joseph, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Oral Presentation
Theyamma Joseph, Mar Sleeva College of Nursing Pala, India

Background Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a global epidemic which has looming implications for youth. The present study was undertaken (i) to assess and compare the knowledge and lifestyle practice related to prevention of T2DM, (ii) to find the relationship between knowledge [....] » Read More

Marvin Jay Salvador, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Oral Presentation
Marvin Jay Salvador, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute, Philippines

Background of the Study: Intravenous cannula insertion is one of the most common medical procedure and source of pain in hospitalized children. It is a painful procedure that has been associated with increased levels of distress in children and 60% of children reported [....] » Read More

Sripriya Gopalkrishnan, Speaker at Nursing conference
Oral Presentation
Sripriya Gopalkrishnan, Sadhu Vaswani College of Nursing, India

Cultural competence is essential for nurses. Nursing Faculty must demonstrate the effective application of knowledge, skills and attitudes to practice safely and effectively to the students. Cultural competence in research is necessary  to ensure ethically safe and culturall [....] » Read More

Subhash Chandra Sharma, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Oral Presentation
Subhash Chandra Sharma, SKIMHS&R Nursing College, India

Nursing Research dates back to Florence Nightingale era followed by slow acceptance.  Earlier researches were mainly in Nursing Education and administration.  In the era of 1950’s Nursing Research was accepted as part of professional Nursing.  1970 onwards wa [....] » Read More

Sanele Nene, Speaker at Nursing conferences
Oral Presentation
Sanele Nene, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Introduction: Leadership role is the leader’s ability to influence followers to move in the right direction and to achieve shared organisational goals.The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) sustainable development goal number three, affirms that PHC nurse man [....] » Read More

Krutika Shaikh, Speaker at Nursing Conference
Poster Presentation
Krutika Shaikh, King Saud Bin Abdul Aziz University For Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia

Background: There were enormous research and discussion done to assess whether the nursing curriculum is well defined, modeled to adequately equip students with the bioscience knowledge they require for efficient clinical practice. In Saudi Arabia, bioscience subjects are genera [....] » Read More

Machiko Higuchi, Speaker at Nursing conference
Poster Presentation
Machiko Higuchi, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are an emergent health hazard worldwide. Cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes are the four main NCDs that contribute to premature death and high healthcare expenditure (WHO, 2018). Thus, the high prevalence [....] » Read More

Iman El Kiweri, Speaker at Nursing Conferences
Poster Presentation
Iman El Kiweri, King Saud Bin Abdul-Aziz University For Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Scattered research evaluated sleep pattern as well as sleep disorders across pregnancy. However, sleep disorders remains under recognized in women of the Middle Eastern Arab population. Further, to our knowledge little is known about sleep and sleep disorders during [....] » Read More

Sofica Bistriceanu, Speaker at Nursing Congress 2022
Poster Presentation
Sofica Bistriceanu, Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania

Background: Our feelings influence the function of all systems composing the human body; the reasoning power fills us with energy, according to its value. Best pondering of existence maintains wellbeing, and wrong consideration of things, events, circumstances makes us [....] » Read More

Nikolaos Rikos, Speaker at Nursing Congress
Exhibitor (In-Person)
Nikolaos Rikos, Department of Nursing, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Heraklion, Greece

Background: Organizations are characterized by distinct types of culture, which affect the quality and efficiency of  services provided. Specifically, organizational culture has been positively associated with organizational performance that contribute to quality of ser [....] » Read More

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