Our aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Nursing and Health Care.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of Nursing and Health Care.
Abstract Submission Deadline
September 28, 2022
Early Bird Registration
August 25, 2022
December 05-07, 2022
DeanRoyal College of SurgeonsIreland
Michael was the international Director at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) Institute of Leadership, based in Bahrain, for over 3 ½ years. In his role he lead post graduate education to Government Legislators, Policy Makers, Nurses, Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacists and a host of Multi-Disciplinary Healthcare Professionals. Michael also provided expert policy advice to the Ministry of Health, Bahrain and Consultancy to healthcare organisations in Dubai, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Jordan. Michael has held a number of senior posts to include Nursing Policy Advisor Department of Health and Children, Ireland, National Nursing & Midwifery Services Director for the Health Service Executive, Ireland, Area Director of Nursing & Midwifery, Dublin mid Leinster and Director of Nursing and Midwifery and Palliative Care at Letterkenny and Sligo University Hospitals and Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan. Michael held the position of Dean Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, RCSI from 2020 – 2022 and currently is Dean Emeritus. He currently works as a Consultant to the World Health Organisation. Michael currently works part time for the Irish Cancer Society as a Night Nurse providing end-of-life care to patients and supporting their families in their own homes. Michael’s academic career includes completing his PhD at Dublin City University, BSc (Hons), University of Ulster, MBA (Hons) Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin and a Diploma in Education from Leicester University. In 2015 he completed the Post Graduate Implementation Science Programme at Trinity College, Dublin. He is also a graduate of Harvard University International Healthcare Management programme. Michael is a Registered Mediator with the Mediation Institute of Ireland. Michael was conferred Ad Eundum Fellow, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery RCSI in 2012 and has been appointed adjunct Professor at University College Dublin Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Sciences and Trinity College, Dublin. He has co-authored a number of book chapters and has published in various international publications.
External Consultant Czech Republic
I AM A RETIRED DOCTOR IN SCIENCEWHO RESTARTED PARTIALY MY RESEARCH IN ORDER TO BRING SOLUTIONS TO THE ACTUAL GLOBAL PROBLEMS. - One of the main topics I'm looking to is the enhancement of OXYGEN.
Tewksbury Hospital USA
Ayotunde Akinwande has been a nurse for over 13 years and is currently a Program Manager Specialist for the State of Massachusetts Department of Public Health United States - at Tewksbury Hospital as the Director of Nursing. She obtained her RN-BSN, undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and her Master's in Science and Doctorate in Nursing Practice- Family nurse practitioner from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst United States, and her post-graduate certificate in Public Health - Global Health Initiative. In the last eight years, Ayotunde has been in nursing leadership in Psychiatric Mental Health, Medical & Surgical (complex healthcare management), and Community and Public health nursing. She belongs to many professional organizations, including Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society (STTI) in Nursing, Association of the Director of Nursing, DNP of Colors (DOC), Advisory Board member of the Harmony Healthcare Institute in New Hampshire United States. She is a mentor and an advocate for quality and equality in healthcare services.
Ministry of HealthUSA
Liliana Canadic is a Chief Nursing Officer with the Ministry of Health, Government of Saskatchewan, Canada. She was educated in nursing in Croatia and Canada and practised nursing in Europe, North Africa and three provinces and territories in Canada. Liliana has extensive experience that spans over 40 years and includes direct nursing care, executive leadership and nursing expertise in wide range of nursing and health care policy issues. She is passionate about ethical and patient centered health care, safety & quality of care, evidence –based decision making, innovative service delivery and continuous advancement of professional nursing practice as well as nursing management as unrecognized specialty in nursing.
PresidentHub for International health ReSearchPerugia
Professor Massimo Massi Benedetti, MD, Former IDF Europe Chair, is the President of the HUB for International health ReSearch-HIRS, and a member of national and international professional and non professional diabetes associations. He was Chair of IDF Europe (1997- 2003), IDF Vicepresident (2003-2009), Chairman of the IDF Science Task Force (2009-2012), founder of the Members of the European Parliament Diabetes Working Group. He is co-Chair of the ICHOM Standard Set of Person-centered outcomes for Diabetes Mellitus International Working Group. Prof. Massi Benedetti was member of the Faculty of Medicine and Chair of the Schools of Podology and of Nursing Sciences of the University of Perugia (I); Chair of the Umbria Regional Diabetes Reference Centre; Co-director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Diabetes Care Improvement. Director of Research and Education at Dasman Institute for Diabetes Research (Kuwait, 2007-2009). His main areas of diabetes research are: pathophysiology; new drugs; advanced systems for insulin delivery; complications; pregnancy; metabolic monitoring; epidemiology, diabetes registries; ethics.
Vice President International Society of Digital Medicine UK
David Wortley is a VP of the International Society of Digital Medicine (ISDM. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce and a global thought leader and innovator on enabling technologiesfor health, education and the environment.He is on the editorial board of the Digital Medicine Journal and the Founder of 360in360 Immersive Experiences. As the Founding Director of the Serious Games Institute (SGI) at Coventry University, his team established an International Centre of Excellence for Applied Research and Innovation in the field of serious games and immersive technologies for a wide range of applications.His areas of special interest are technologies for preventative health care, collaboration, virtual reality and interactive rich media knowledge sharing. He a professional virtual event facilitator, webinar host and publisher.
Hans Christian Andersen Children’s Hospital Denmark
Jane Clemensen is a professor at the Hans Christian Andersen Children’s Hospital and Centre for Innovative Medical Technology, CIMT. She is furthermore the manager of Centre for Compassion in healthcare in the Region of Southern Denmark. Jane’s research projects all have a starting point in the clinical practice, and involvement of all stakeholders including patients and relatives. They all revolve around the research methodology called Participatory Design (PD). Projects that use PD start by identifying and analyzing the clinical problem or challenge and from that develop a solution or technology. This is in contrast to many projects that start by identifying a technology and wanting to find a clinical environment to test it in. PD is a well-known design, especially within computer science, and has also proven to be an appropriate research design within health research. Jane applied this design for the first time in a health science context in 2003 in her own PhD project and she is a pioneer both in the field of Health Technology and Participatory Design in Health Sciences. Since, she has supervised numerous projects – all with the outcome of a successful changed clinical practice by creating new ways of organizing healthcare services, changes of mindsets and new patients pathways. Her recent area of interest is Ecology of Care and Compassion and she is now working on how to integrate compassion skills to secure staffs well-being in order to secure healthy relations with colleagues, patients and relatives. She is a well know speaker at national and international conferences and she has a long lasting collaboration with Professor Anthony Smith and his research group, Centre of Online Health, Brisbane, Australia. She has often been interviewed to the Medias and in 2017 she received a reward for her research.
University of Montenegro Macedonia
She is a medical doctor /general practice in Public Health Department Skopje Macedonia from 1997-2007. She is a GP trainee in Medical faculty Podgorica-University of Montenegro. She is also a family physician in Public Health department Bar-Montenegro since 2017. She participated in National poster Presentation on the I Conference Family medicine Montenegro 2015 Oedema Quinke in ACEihibitors-alergy . National Poster Presentation on the II Conference Family Medicine Montenegro 2017 Haemoragia subarachnoidales. International Poster presentation Banja Luka RS 2010 Congress of sports and medicine
Parc de Salut mar Spain
Silvia Rosado Figuerola is a Nurse Specialist in Mental Health. she is Working in this field for more than 20 years in emergency psychiatric services, acute and recovery services, community care services, and now at the Anxiety Unit in Parc de Salut mar in Barcelona. Professor at Mental Health at Nurse’s College in Barcelona. Member of the research team in Mental health in IMIM, in Parc de Salut Mar, with numerous articles and book chapters published. Nowadays working on a Phd specialized in somatic health related to anxiety and mood disorders. Also graduated in translation, with a book translated from English to Spanish an Catalan: “Mental Health Services in Europe”. Master degrees in Emotional Education, Soprhology, Community Mental Health and Art-therapy. Member of the board of the European Association ENTER Mental Health, organizing an Annual European Congress since 6 years ago, the main topics are about “experts by experience”. Member of the board of the Nurses College, organizing local congresses, courses related to mental health, and leading research for nurses.
Arizona State UniversityUSA
Dr. Jacqueline Medland currently serves in both the academic and practice arenas—as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, Innovation Leadership at Arizona State University, and as Principal at MedValence Inc, an organization development firm for hospital, health systems and physician practices. Dr. Medland has enjoyed a strong and vibrant history as a critical care nurse, cardio-vascular Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Educator and Nursing Executive across university and community-based settings in urban and rural settings in the United States. Dr. Medland’s interests include strategies to build environments of excellence through high impact leadership, work team engagement and professional health and wellness. She has been honored with the Power of Nursing Leadership SAGE Award by the University of Illinois, College of Nursing, and the Distinguished Educator Award by Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Omicron. Dr. Medland’s unique ability to inspire others comes from her love of teaching and her unwavering belief in each individual’s personal power.
Founder and managing partner at Logosnet (Turin, Lugano, Houston). Over 25 years' experience designing solutions for use in improving organizational behavior, teamwork, job performance, communication and collaboration, digital mindset—with a strong track record in designing custom solutions that are educationally effective and deliver an engaging user experience and a strong return-on-investment for the client. More details at www.logosnet.org. Executive Committee Member at The Learning Ideas Conference, New York. Adjunct Faculty Member at the Harvard Center for Medical Simulation, Boston. Adjunct Professor of Communication of Science, University of Milan Bicocca, Italy. Global Growth Partner and Mentor at the global Thinkers Forum, London. Affiliate Member at the Italian Scientists and Scholars in North America Foundation.
University of AucklandNew Zealand
Collin Tukuitonga is the inaugural Associate Dean Pacific and Associate Professor of Public Health in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland. He has comprehensive clinical, public health and Public policy experience in New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and internationally. Collin was the Director-General of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community for seven years to December 2019. It is the largest development organisation serving the Pacific islands. Prior to that role, Collin was the Chief Executive of the NZ Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, Director of Public Health for the NZ Ministry of Health and Coordinator of Surveillance of Noncommunicable Diseases for the World Health Organization based in Geneva. He was a Commissioner of the World Health Organization Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO) Commission. He was born and raised on Niue Island. In 2000, he was a Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy at the University of California (San Francisco). He was awarded the Waitakere City Council Millenium Medal in 2000.
Provincial Director of Canadian Council of Cardiovascular NursesUSA
Elvessa Narvasa has completed Master of Science in Nursing from Montreal University, Canada. PH. D. She is the Provincial Director of Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses. Served as Co- President of Quality Assurance; Team Leader for Hospital Accreditation, Founder of ICU Intermediary care. She had been selected to write the exam for Cardiovascular Certification by the Canadian Nurses Association. Furthermore, she does both in-service as well as invited nurse educator of different hospitals ICUCCU; PACU/OR and Consultant of College Nursing Faculty. Organizing committee executive of International Society of Pituitary Surgeons; Multidisciplinary Perioperative Medicine, Montreal University. Invited speaker of Quebec Intensive Care Association as well as 2018 -2019 Keynote speaker; Honourable Chief Guest of different International and World Nursing Conferences; 2019 International RFCCN. SAARC, Critical Care Society. Moreover, speaker of different International Virtual Conference 2020.
PresidentAssociation La cura di séItaly
She is a Graduated in architecture, specialist at the IED, Writer (15 books published), teacher of therapeutic writing, trainer for health workers and educators. Master for operators in therapeutic writing with registered methodology "Scarpante Method".
Mersin University Turkey
Hakan Kar was born in Ankara, Turkey in 1973. He won Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine in 1990,after his primary and high school education. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1997, and then he worked for 3 years as Municipal Doctor. In 2000, he was awarded the Forensic Medicine Research Assistantship at the Forensic Medicine Council, and in 2002, he successfully received the title of Forensic Medicine Expert. Dr. Kar, who has many national and international papers, articles and book chapters especially in "Sexual Violence" and "Child Abuse" fields, is invited to international congresses and symposiumsas an invited speaker.He is a founding member of Mersin University Child Protection Center.He is the member of American Academy of Forensic Sciences. He is the Coordinator of WAWFE in Turkey. He helped to solve many critical woman murder and sexual assault cases as an expert witness at the court. He describe himself as a Woman, Child, LGBT and animal rights activist and against to all kind of discriminations towards to vulnerable groups. He was awarded with “Magnus Hirschfeld Honorary Award” by Sexual Health Institute Association.
Chief Nursing OfficerUSA
Sheryl Riley is the Managing Partner and Founder of Clarion LLC, a consulting and care management firm specializing in individual oncology care management. Currently working with SAI, as the Director of Clinical Services. Sheryl has been instrumental in the development and design of SAI System’s oncology care management programs and system, intricare. Prior to that, Sheryl was a Senior VP of Operations for Enhanced Care Initiatives in which she created new markets for care management programs across a multistate region. She was also Senior Product Consultant of Population Care Management at McKesson, and held leadership roles with Confer and Benchmark Oncology. Sheryl has been a practicing nurse clinician for over 25 years with experience across a range of disease states and programs. She has written over 22 disease management programs and authored numerous journal articles.
William Paterson UniversityUSA
Dr. Vargas is a passionate proponent of elevating the nursing profession through nursing leadership in patient care. She has over 20 years of nursing experience and has an impressive clinical background in critical care and cardiology. Dr. Vargas is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Nursing in William Paterson University. She is currently the coordinator of the UDC 4 level in the undergraduate program and the coordinator of the Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner and Post-Masters Certificate in the graduate program. She maintains her clinical practice as a cardiology nurse practitioner in Morristown Medical Center Cardiac Access and Cardiac Observation Units. Dr. Vargas’ role as an educator and clinician have allowed her to meld her interests and guide her research focus. In the past five years, she has conducted research studies and programs that focus on Filipino American immigrant health. Her clinical background in cardiovascular health stimulated her interest in the acculturation, diet and obesity among Filipino American immigrants. Her goal is to help eliminate health disparity and promote culturally-appropriate interventions to improve the health status of the Filipino American immigrant population. These research activities have resulted in multiple publications and national and international presentations.
Tarrant County CollegeUSA
Nancy Kupper is a globally recognized and nationally accomplished nursing textbook contributor and author. She received her BSN and MSN degrees from the University of Texas in Austin. She is an extremely well-known and well-versed Legal and Educational consultant with more than thirty years’ experience working with plaintiff and defense attorneys in Texas, New Mexico, Florida, Utah, and Alabama. She provides case reviews and analyses, preparation of written reports, and has given depositions, and trial testimony. She was an Associate Professor of Nursing and Clinical Liaison Coordinator/ Coordinator of Complex Nursing from 1984 – to 2018 at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas. She directed classroom instruction and clinical supervision of senior-level complex nursing including Acute Care of the Adult patient in medical, surgical, oncology, CCU, ER, ICU, and CVIC units, and taught legal aspects of nursing care. She also supervised Didactic and Clinical Instruction for Acute Medical-Surgical and Mental Health Nursing. She still teaches senior students in the clinical area. She was selected to assess nursing accreditation program viability as an international program site visitor and evaluator for the American Commission of Education (ACEN) and the Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA) for Nursing Education Programs throughout the US and Canada. She is directly responsible for securing hundreds of affiliation agreements for thousands of student nurses in need of clinical experiences at top-tier hospitals and clinics in North Texas. Her network includes memberships with the National League of Nursing/ America Nurses Association, the Texas Nurses Association, the Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society of Nursing, the Oncology Nurses Society/ and the International Society for Multiple Sclerosis Nurses, to name a few. Her legal and educational acumen is recognized around the State of Texas as a model for assisting student nurses in their transition into residency and then the workforce.
Medical University VarnaBulgaria
Prof. Silviya Borisova, RN, PhD, DScis head of Nursing care department at Faculty of Public Health at Medical University Varna. She is certified Nurse, associated professor in Social medicine and healthcare and pharmacy organization, professor and doctor of sciences in Health care management. Prof. SilviyaBorisova is very active lecturer and devoted research scientist. She teaches in the field of theoretical (Philosophy) and practical (especially – special care) Nursing. Prof. Silviya Borisovatakes part in many international, national and regional projects as a trainer, a coordinator and an organizer. As an active researcher, she has above 80 publications in the field of Nursing, she took part at many scientific events. She is a leading lecturer at international webinars, scientific conferences and congresses of Nursing. Prof. Silviya Borisova’s scientific interests are in the field of innovations in Nurses education (training), clinical nursing and good practices of the health system.
William Paterson UniversityUSA
Dr. Brown is an experienced nurse and educator specializing in emergency and trauma nursing. With over 29 years of nursing experience, Dr. Brown is committed to improving patient care delivery at the bedside through education and mentoring. As an assistant professor in the undergraduate nursing program at William Paterson University, this role has allowed her to integrate simulation technology to reinforce theoretical concepts through the curriculum. Additionally, this role provides the opportunity to explore her research interests of utilizing alternate teaching strategies to enhance student learning, and promote integration of theory into practice. Dr. Brown served as co-project director and collaborated with faculty members of the nursing department to secure a HRSA grant to support disadvantaged students in the nursing program. Dr. Brown has published, and presented nationally and internationally on the use of simulation technology to reduce the theory practice gap experienced by graduate nurses on entry to practice. Her current research focuses on supporting graduate nurse success during transition to clinical practice.
Henan University China
Wang Enguo, male, born in October 1966, hua County, Henan province. He is currently the doctoral supervisor of Henan University, the distinguished professor of Henan Province, the deputy director of the Key Laboratory of Psychology and Behavior of Henan Province, the academic and technical leader of The Education Department of Henan Province, and the outstanding scholar of philosophy and social sciences of Henan Province. Chinese psychologist accredited by The Chinese Psychological Society, Director of the General and Experimental Psychology Society of the Chinese Psychological Society, His work has been published in Research in Developmental Disabilities, Journal of Learning Disabilities, Journal of Neurology and Neurology Neuroscience has published 11 papers in SSCI and SCI high-impact factor journals, more than 50 papers in Chinese authoritative journals such as Science Bulletin and Acta Psychologica Sinica, and 6 monographs. He has presided over more than 10 projects, including the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Social Science Foundation of China and the Humanities and Social Science projects of the Ministry of Education. He also published Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation, Journal of Neurology & Neuroscience, Journal of Psychological Research, and Brain Editorial Board of Disorders & Therapy. His current research focuses on cognition and learning, and his research achievements mainly focus on cognitive processing and brain mechanism of children with special groups.
University of Padua Italy
I am a graduate in Health Prevention Sciences and a master's holder in management of health services, i work as a public health specialist with various expertise in vaccinology and prevention of infectious diseases. In years of service I have worked and collaborated with many hospitals in Italy. I also serve as a lecturer at University of Padua (Department of Cardiac, Thoracic, Vascular Sciences and Public Health - Community health) I am actually a member of the scientific committee of SIDAS and ASSD and co-creator of the "Guide to the co-administration of Vaccines".
West End University CollegeWest Africa
James Antwi PhD, FCMI is the Director of Academic Affairs and the Head of the Centre for Health and Social Policy Research at West End University College, Accra, Ghana. James is a native of Ghana with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in health human resources and health policy from University of Wales, UK and MBA in health services management from University of Hull, UK. He is a Fellow of Chartered Management Institute, UK.He has over thirty years working experience in public, private and international organisations. James previously worked for the Ghana Ministry of Health, supporting the development of policies on health worker planning, production and management. James has worked as a consultant for the World Health Organisation, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the World Bank in human resource for health and climate change projects.His research focus is in health systems strengthening, human resource management, organizational development, health information technology and public health policy. He has published over 45 articles in journals, conference proceedings and book chapters or technical reports.
Mexican Institute of Social SecurityMexico
He was born in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico on April 19, 1961. He is Head of the National Coordination of Oncology at the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS). Previously, he was the Medical Director of the Hospital of Pediatrics Centro Medico Nacional Siglo XXI In 2013, it won the UNAM award for the best campus for the Pediatric Oncology course. In 1990 he studied Pediatric Neuro Oncology in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A. He received an award for the best Pediatric thesis from the Mexican Association of Pediatrics of the Lakesides Scientific Institute. He won the prize for scientific productivity in medical research awarded by the Health Research Coordination (IMSS) 1995 – 2000. Distinguished for 20 years of academic service at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
St. John of God HospitalItaly
Raffaele Pilla, Pharm.D., Ph.D., Doctor Europaeus, received his Master’s degree in Pharmacy at G. d’Annunzio University in Chieti-Pescara, Italy in 2005, where he also served internships at the Cell Physiology Laboratory and Molecular Biology Laboratory. Prior, he was an Erasmus Student at Faculté de Pharmacie de Reims in Reims, France. He received his Doctor Europaeus in 2010 from Pitié-Salpétrière Institute in Paris, France. Also in 2010, he received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Physiology, and Pathology of Muscle at G. d’Annunzio University in Chieti-Pescara, Italy. He was hired as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida in Tampa, on two research grants funded by the Office of Naval Research (US Navy) and Divers’ Alert Network. He has written and lectured widely worldwide. He has been involved in ongoing research at the University of South Florida with the use of ketone esters.
Iranian Nursing Organization Iran
Her main goal is to improve the skills and knowledge of nurses during educational courses and services. I have specialized in forensic nursing, law in nursing, documentation and patient’ education. I have also worked extensively on tuberculosis nursing and I consider it a high social priority.