13-15 September 2018 — San Diego, California, USA
The American Association for the History of Nursing and co-hosts Samuel Merritt University School of Nursing & San Diego State University School of Nursing are co-sponsoring the Association's 35th Annual Conference. The conference provides a forum for nurses, nurse historians, and researchers interested in sharing new research that addresses events, issues, and topics in any area of nursing and healthcare history; broadly construed to encompass the history of nursing, global nursing history, nursing practice, healthcare institutions, caring, illness, healing work, and public health.
Please consider joining us in beautiful San Diego as we celebrate 35 years of exploring, celebrating, and capturing nursing history. For more information, visit https://aahncon.memberclicks.net/.
13-15 September 2018 — Oak Brook, Illinois, USA
Education in Palliative and End-of-life Care (EPEC) is designed as a multi-disciplinary approach to palliative care. At ‘Become an EPEC Trainer’ Conferences, participants learn palliative care skills and competencies and are introduced to effective teaching methods. Today there are more than 3,500 EPEC Trainers in the United States and 25 other countries, and untold numbers of users of the EPEC Curriculum. For more information, visit http://bioethics.northwestern.edu/programs/epec/conferences/index.html
15-18 September 2018 — Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Leadership Connection, held each even-numbered year, combines chapter and nursing leadership topics. Chapter leaders learn the skills necessary to operate well-functioning, vital chapters, while the other half of the program is devoted to a variety of topics relevant to today’s nursing workforce.
17-18 September 2018 — Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom
The conference title is “Sustainability in Excellence: The Future of Critical Care,” and we have secured some fascinating keynotes who can discuss themes on this essential topic. We’ll have a variety of sessions including oral presentations, posters, workshops, and simulation labs, all within the following themes:
- Developing New Roles & Ways of Working
- Building Resilience Within Critical Care Nursing
- Education & Training
- The Role of Research Nurses and Nursing Research Within Critical Care
- Patient & Family Involvement Within Critical Care
- Quality Improvement Projects With a Focus on Prevention
For more information, please visit: http://baccnconference.org.uk/.
19-21 September 2018 — Bemidji, Minnesota, USA
Join us for Facilitating Holistic Nursing Care Through a Multicultural Lens conference in Northern Minnesota. This international conference provides a forum to discuss strategies that encourage understanding of the client’s worldview. Through this lens, a foundation essential to facilitating clients’ health, healing, and well being, within a cultural perspective, will be shared. Co-creating relationship-based plans of care with our patients/clients within their worldview, facilitates patient/client engagement, healing, health, wellness, and sets the stage for patient/client participation, nurse-patient/client satisfaction, and decreased patient/client complications, nurse attrition, and hospital re-admissions. Presentations address the following goals:
a). Intercultural dialogue to facilitate healing, health, and well being through understanding the client’s worldview and cultural perspective
b) Dissemination of knowledge and application of the Modeling and Role-Modeling holistic nursing theory acquired through research, practice, and teaching;
c) a forum for intercultural dialogue on holistic nursing concepts in relation to Modeling and Role-Modeling theory
d) Inspire best practices, education, and research grounded in holistic relationship-centered nursing across populations and cultures.
16 CNEs have been approved and can be used towards the certification application or re-certification requirements for national credentialing in Holistic Nursing or Nurse Coaching. (Examinations are nationally accredited and ANCC Magnet approved.) For more information, visit https://mrmnursingtheory.org/nextconference.html. To access the conference brochure, please go to https://mrmnursingtheory.org/pdf/SAMRM_Conference_Brochure_Fall2018.pdf. Contact Margaret Erickson at email@example.com with any questions.
25-27 September 2018 — Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice
25-28 September 2018 — London, United Kingdom
The Emerging Global Healthcare Leadership Symposium helps prepare healthcare leaders to effectively work in and/or lead major public health departments, public or private organizations, and global programs and initiatives, thereby directly and indirectly improving the health of people worldwide.
Attendance at this symposium prepares globally-aware healthcare leaders to:
28 September 2018 — Los Angeles, California, USA
- Participate in global healthcare ventures and networking.
- Become a global thought and practice leader, locally, and regionally.
- Provide local and regional consultation to meet dynamic global healthcare challenges.
- View healthcare issues from a global perspective.
The 17th Annual Research and Evidence‐Based Practice Conference will be held on 28 September 2018 at the Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. The theme is Exploring Evidence-Based Care Transitions Across the Lifespan.
You are invited to submit an abstract for consideration as a podium or poster presentation. Completed, works-in-progress, and previously presented/published studies and projects are welcome. Primary presenters will attend the conference at a reduced rate.
For more information and to submit an abstract, please visit: https://www.uclahealth.org/nursing/ebpconference
The conference provides an opportunity to raise awareness of new healthcare trends, while supporting quality improvement, evidence‐based practice, research, and innovation at the bedside. The 2018 conference program will feature a wide range of topics focusing on interprofessional collaboration, innovation, inquiry, and improving patient care. Highlights of the event include: a keynote speaker; an impressive range of other speakers, podium, and poster presentations representing researchers, clinicians, educators, and students; and numerous networking opportunities. Our conference participants are leaders, educators, innovators, and influencers, who are tasked to learn the latest in innovation and best practice and bring that information back to their units and institutions. 28-29 September 2018 — Chandler, Arizona, USA
The 2018 Arizona Nurses Association Annual Convention at the Wildhorse Pass Hotel and Casino will focus on exceptional Arizona nurses making a difference in the profession, patient care, and social issues. Nurses will share their expertise on a wide variety of topics. Don't miss a live visit from Candy Campbell as Florence Nightingale and our keynote speakers Anne McNamara, PhD, RN and Kathy Malloch PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN. Attend one or both days. Your registration fee includes a copy of Channeling Florence Nightengale
written by Candy Campbell. This is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues, earn nursing continuing education contact hours, and find positive reinforcement for your profession. For more information, visit http://www.aznurse.org/
3-6 October 2018 — Denver, Colorado, USA
This conference focuses on the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for any nurse who cares for persons with substance use, abuse, and addictions. Providing patient centered care through prevention, screening, treatment, and recovery services is best brought about when interdisciplinary teams work together to accomplish effective and successful patient care outcomes. Interdisciplinary collaboration utilizes the Institute Of Medicine’s core competencies of evidence-based practice, informatics, and quality assurance to promote positive lifestyle changes. Attendees will increase their skills and knowledge base for collaborative practice with healthcare colleagues to further patient centered care for those with substance use disorders. For more information about this event, please visit http://www.intnsa.org/conference.
9-10 October 2018 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto, is pleased to announce the 2018 Huffman Splane Emerging Nurse Scholars Forum, to support early career development and international networking of emerging nursing scholars who are embarking on a research focused career. The Bloomberg Nursing is widely recognized as a research-intensive environment that promotes education and scholarship in nursing.
Competitive awards to provide support for travel and accommodation will be given to all successful applicants.
Selected through a peer review application process, participants will be invited to present their doctoral/postdoctoral research to peers and faculty. Preference will be given to applicants whose research and academic interests focus on public health (the health of individuals, groups, or populations), health systems, and/or improvement of care/outcomes.
Applications are invited from Canadian, American, and international Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners who are near completion (i.e. data analysis complete), have recently completed a PhD in nursing, or who currently hold or have completed a post-doctoral fellowship within the past year.
Participants will be able to meet with nurse researchers who have established successful careers in nursing science. During the forum, Bloomberg faculty will lead discussion sessions and speak on the successful development of an academic career.
Application deadline is June 20, 2018. For more information, visit http://bloomberg.nursing.utoronto.ca/research/emerging-scholars#stti
15-16 October 2018 — Boston, Massachusetts, USA
We invite you to attend the Healthcare Quality and Safety 2018 conference. This special 2-day program provides proven strategies and specific guidance for introducing, sustaining, and advancing improvements in:
- Healthcare quality
- Patient safety
- Medication safety
- Innovative care delivery and redesign
- Process improvement
- Change management
Unique to this conference is its 360-degree educational approach — offering diverse, multidisciplinary perspectives from experts — including physicians, nurses, and pharmacists, as well as legal, compliance, and risk management thought leaders. Each presentation offers proven approaches to turning quality and safety strategies, standards, innovations, and mandates into sustainable daily practices and operations.
11-13 October 2018 — Seattle, Washington, USA
We invite you to join us for the 41st Annual Conference: Advanced Practice in Primary and Acute Care. This conference offers healthcare providers an opportunity to validate and enhance clinical competencies; acquire new assessment and management skills; examine critical issues in healthcare at the state and national level; network with colleagues in advanced practice; and learn about new products, services, and pharmacotherapeutic agents. Conference faculty include distinguished national, regional, and local experts. Concurrent sessions allow participants to design their own educational tracks in the areas of acute, adolescent, adult, family, geriatric, midwifery, pediatric, psychosocial, and women’s healthcare. In addition, special interest group meetings on Thursday and Friday and workshops on Saturday provide a broad spectrum of in-depth learning opportunities for providers in all settings. Teaching methods include lecture, discussion, case studies, demonstration, and practica.
16-18 October 2018 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
The Nurse-Led Care Conference 2018 will convene national leaders to examine challenges, opportunities, and solutions for transforming healthcare through nurse-led models of care. The event includes plenary sessions, breakout presentations, and in-depth pre-conference workshops. Learning activities focus on public health nursing, workforce development, and practice transformation supporting inter-professional, team-based models, and other methods that address the needs of vulnerable populations through value-based care. For more information, visit https://nurseledcare.org/events/item/241-nurse-led-care-conference-2018.html.
17-20 October 2018 — San Antonio, Texas, USA
The Transcultural Nursing Society Inc. is pleased to invite you to attend the 44th Annual Conference and meeting: Transcultural Approaches to Advance Health Care. This theme is timely for all aspects of healthcare including education, practice, administration, and research. Nurses and healthcare professionals from around the globe will have the opportunity to engage in dialogue, learning,
and discovery. The conference objectives that will be address include:
- Exploring the connectedness of Transcultural Nursing Education, Practice, Research, and Administration.
- Examining population health through meaningful use of transcultural theories and evidence-based best practices.
- Identifing new and innovative transcultural nursing strategies to promote delivery of evidence-based care.
- Synthesizing ecological, global, and social determinants of health to develop culturally relevant programs and services for individuals, families, communities, and populations.
Registration will open in February 2018. Visit http://www.tcns.org for more information.
19 October 2018 — Warrensville Heights, Ohio, USA
Join us on 19 October 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio, for the 6th Annual Nursing Innovation Summit, presented by the Office of Nursing Research and Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic.
Keynote speakers include: Roberta Ness, MD, MPH, author of “Innovation Generation”, “Genius Unmasked”, “Creativity in the Sciences”, and “The Creativity Crisis” and Michael Ackerman DNS, RN, CENP, FCCM, FAANP, Director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program and Professor of Clinical Nursing at The Ohio State University.
This one day conference also features two interactive panel discussions: "Getting Started With an Innovation" and "Ask the Experts". Both feature a lawyer, nurse innovators, and other experts in innovation and ideation.
Presenters include nurses and other experts from around the country who have succeeded in innovation. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear their stories and learn how you too can become an innovator.
Opportunities are provided to learn, collaborate, and network with experts and peers from around the country who are also interested in innovation.
Continental breakfast, luncheon, and continuing education (included in registration fee) make this a wonderful one-day meeting, well worth the cost.
Please join us. For more information, visit http://www.clevelandclinic.org/nursinginnovation.
24-26 October 2018 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
We are delighted to invite you to submit abstracts, attend, and register for the largest worldwide conference dedicated to work related aggression and violence within the health and social services sector: the 6th International Conference on Violence in the Health Sector. For more information, please visit http://oudconsultancy.nl/toronto_6_ICWV/index.html.
24-27 October 2018 — Columbus, OH, USA
Join us for the APNA 32nd Annual Conference: Trusted Agents of Change: Nurses Balancing Inequities in Mental Health Care.
The APNA Annual Conference delivers 100+ varied continuing education sessions and networking opportunities to the 1600+ psychiatric-mental health RNs and APRNs who attend each year. Attendees have the opportunity to earn 25+ CNE contact hours onsite and an additional 100+ contact hours online. Together, we spark change through education, collaboration, and innovation.
25-26 October 2018 — Pittsburgh, Philadelphia USA
A national forum focusing on critical issues in healthcare practice and policy through the lens of social justice, the McGinley-Rice Symposium looks into the face of the person who has been trafficked and views the world through his or her eyes. For more information, please visit http://duq.edu/academics/schools/nursing/mcginley-rice-symposium.
25-27 October 2018 — Bodrum, Mugla Turkey
The Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing is honored to invite you to the 7th International Nursing Management Conference which will be held between 25-27 October 2018 in Bodrum, Turkey.
Jo Corlett argues that “the theory-practice gap has been the subject of much debate within nursing. Issues include: where the gap is, whether it is a positive or negative phenomenon and whether attempts should be made to bridge it”. Both educators and managers have worked together to answer these issues.
As a result of these discussions we are proud to announce the conference theme: “Nurses are Hand in Hand: Impacting the Future of Health Care”.
Nurses responsible for leading or managing a professional practice ask themselves how they can create a climate where: Nurses grow and flourish, patients and families receive the highest quality care, and professionals work collaboratively to ensure quality patient care.
The conference addresses these issues:
• Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in health care
• Management and leadership for best practices in health care
• Practitioners and educators: Sharing the responsibility for creating a safe culture
• Evidence based practices impacting health care
• United for the future: Learning from experience
The program will be a memorable one, one in which recognized experts address the conference topics in both oral and poster presentations.
We will be requesting continuing education credits certification from the International Council of Nurses. This has been approved for previous INMC conferences.
We look forward to welcoming you in Bodrum, Turkey, in October 2018.
26-28 October 2018 — Orlando, Florida, USA
Save the date and join us for 2018 ISONG World Congress - Building Connections to Genomic Health! The Congress dates are 26-28 October 2018. Please join us for the welcome reception on 25 October. The Congress committee is working hard to bring you the very best program possible keeping with the mission of ISONG to foster scientific discovery and professional growth in nursing and human genetics and genomics worldwide.
The focus of the 2018 ISONG World Congress is "Building Connections to Genomic Health." Presentations by keynote, plenary, invited speakers, and abstract presentations will be selected to meet the following program objectives:
- Discuss strategies for developing connections between patients, educators, researchers, and practitioners to improve the genomic health of populations.
- Identify useful online genomic tools for education, research, and clinical care.
- Understand the role that human genomic diversity plays in health research and clinical practice.
- Identify the unique contribution of nursing in connecting patients, providers, researchers, and educators to improve and sustain genomic health.
26-28 October 2018 — Orlando, Florida, USA
You are invited to the New Faculty Institute -- Survival Skills for New Faculty. The transition from expert clinician to novice educator is a difficult one. Being a great nurse does not prepare you to teach someone to become a great nurse. This conference focuses on several of the most common topics of interest among new nurse educators ranging from issues of the learner, curriculum, course, testing, and more. Come prepared to learn in an active, hands-on environment that will quickly enhance your knowledge and skills, catapulting your career to the next level!
This conference is designed for novice and evolving clinical instructors, faculty, preceptors, graduate students, and administrators in PN/VN, ADN, diploma, and pre-licensure programs. Because of the active-learning focus, all healthcare educators can benefit from this conference. Due to the hands-on nature of this conference, participants should come ready to be engaged. For more information, visit https://nursetim.com/new-faculty-institute/.
1-2 November 2018 — Seattle, Washington, USA 10 November 2018 — Del Mar, California, USA
The Update in Medical-Surgical Nursing conference offers you the opportunity to update your medical-surgical clinical practice, hear about new research and guidelines, and acquire new assessment and management strategies. Come dialogue with speakers and network with colleagues to enhance your care innovations, collaboration and confidence in your medical-surgical nursing knowledge and abilities. Topics are presented by experts, and teaching methods include lecture, discussion, and case study analysis. For more information, please visit https://www.uwcne.org/medsurg2018.
1-3 November 2018 — Coconut Grove, Florida, USA
Miami Neuro Symposium: This symposium will focus on recent advances in caring for neurology patients, stroke management, neuro-critical care, neuro-imaging, epilepsy, and movement disorders. The expert faculty will engage participants through complex cases, novel treatment strategies, and lively panel discussions.
Neuro Nursing Symposium: The symposium offers a broad neuroscience curriculum focusing on state-of-the-art, evidence-based practices for nurses and other healthcare professionals. The expert faculty will discuss the care and management of stroke, epilepsy, neurosurgical, and critical care neuroscience patients from the nursing perspective. In addition, there will be specialized focus groups moderated by subject matter experts. The goal is to share the most innovative and evidence-based clinical practices to optimize patient outcomes through all areas of neuroscience.
Join the Omicron Delta Chapter in exploring emerging technologies and linkage to clinical applications, education, administration, and research. Network with clinical practitioners, students, faculty, researchers, and administrators.
- Terri Nichols from TRN Consulting
- Lee Ann Shearing from Adventist Health
The day will include keynote presentations, breakout sessions, poster presentations, exhibits, and much more. Fore more information, visit http://omicrondelta.nursingsociety.org/events/edconference.
15-16 November 2018 — Lynnwood, Washington, USA
Wound management is a dynamic and evolving area of practice in healthcare today. Wounds present complex challenges and pivotal opportunities for multidisciplinary teams to collaborate and improve the health status of patients. This conference addresses current scientific, clinical, and professional practice issues across care settings related to acute and chronic wounds, including evidence-based and multidisciplinary strategies for assessing and intervening to achieve successful outcomes. Speakers will assume that participants have a basic understanding of wound management principles. Presentations will update the professional with recent changes to practice. Teaching methods include lecture, discussion, and case studies. Visit https://www.uwcne.org/wound2018 for more information.
29 November 2018 — Thibodaux, Louisiana, USA
Xi Zeta Intercollegiate Research Symposium: “Building a Culture of Nursing Excellence Through Evidence-Based Practice”
This event allows nurses to share their research in an effort to advance the profession and redesign care that is safe, effective, and improves patient outcomes. This event, titled “Building a Culture of Nursing Excellence through Evidence-Based Practice,” hopes to do just that. Dr. Karen Lyon, PhD, RN, ACNS, NEABC, Executive Director and CEO of the Louisiana State Board of Nursing, will be our keynote speaker followed by podium and poster presentations from nurses who work and practice in a variety of specialty areas. Research projects conducted by graduate and undergraduate nursing students will also be showcased. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 2018 7 December 2018 — Coconut Grove, Florida, USA
The Miami Brain Symposium will focus on state-of-the-art approaches in the management of primary and metastatic brain tumors, along with an understanding of current standards of care as well as a look at future directions. For one full day, this symposium will engage participants, as the expert faculty navigate through complex cases and novel treatment strategies and lively panel discussions. For more information, visit http://miamibrainsymposium.baptisthealth.net/
17-18 December 2018 — Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
It gives us great pleasure to announce that the 8th Hong Kong International Nursing Forum cum 2018 International Council on Women’s Health Issues (ICOWHI) Congress will be held 17-18 December 2018 in Hong Kong. This event this year, which is jointly organised by the School of Nursing of The University of Hong Kong and the School of Nursing of Johns Hopkins University, will be a special one with the theme on “Holistic Care Now and Into the Future: Implications for Practice, Education, and Research." With partnership of the ICOWHI Congress, which has a focus on women’s health, we expect the event this year will attract audience from different disciplines and specialties.
Renowned overseas healthcare experts and outstanding local nursing practitioners and researchers have been invited to share with us their achievements and insights on the latest developments in holistic care. We welcome the submission of abstracts for oral or e-poster presentation. Please visit our website http://hknf.hku.hk/
for further information.