College Conference: New nursing conference in Singapore, 17 to 19 November 2011, The theme of these conference is “Positioning Nursing for the future: advancing nurses’ role in community and home care”. The international conference is going to offer a forum to examine the expanded and extended role of nurses in community and home care through keynote speeches, symposia, workshops and poster presentations. This conference will be organized by National University of Singapore and National University Hospital in Singapore.
As you know that nurses play a vital role in the promotion, maintance and restoration of health. There is a global treand of shifting the focus of healthcare services from the traditional hospital setting to community and home care. So nursing is increasingly concerned with system innovative approaches to advance the provision and quality of care in community and home care.
The conference will provide a valuable chance for nurses from different cultural backgrounds and diverse fields to examine the changing role of nurses in community and home care from international perspective, to promote the generation and implementation of evidance based practice in community and home nursing.
Through sharing and exchance of information on the latest developments in the disciplines among experts from across the globe, the conference will contribute to formulating global and regional strategies in advancing nurses’ role as well as developing policy initiatives in community and home care.
Call of Papers
Deadline for abstract submission: 31 Jul 2011. Abstracts for papers or poster presentation related to the following conference themes are invited:
- Community nursing
- Model of service provision
- Home nursing
- Transitional care
- Management of chronic condition
- Cancer care
- Mental health care
- Palliative care
- Care of older people
Here are some keynote speakers of NUS-NUH Nursing Conference:
- Professor Helen Bartlett, Professor Helen Bartlett is the Pro Vice-Chancellor and President (Gippsland) of Monash University.Professor Bartlett has an international research record in health and ageing, with a particular focus on policy and evaluation. She is actively involved in national capacity building for ageing research and directs the Emerging Researchers in Ageing initiative.
- Professor Karen Luker, Professor Karen Luker obtained a BNurs degree from Manchester (the first University in England to award a degree in Nursing). She cfinished a PhD in Social Science and Nursing at the University of Edinburgh.
- Professor Afaf I. Meleis, Afaf I. Meleis, PhD, is the Margaret Bond Simon Dean of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Professor of Nursing and Sociology, and Director of the school’s WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing and Midwifery Leadership.
- Professor Frances Kam Yuet Wong, Professor Frances Kam Yuet Wong is a nursing professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has extensive clinical experience in the Intensive Care Unit, renal care and general medicine.
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