By successful of our previous year Nursing Conferences, Innovinc extends its warm welcome to all healthcare professions to be a part of the prestigious event on Europe ''3rd World Congress on Nursing & Nurse education'' which is going to be held in Valencia, Spain during July 12-14, 2018 with the theme “Exploring latest innovations in Nursing & Healthcare”. We are happy for our collaboration with Latvian Nursing Association, Malta Union of Nurses and Midwives, Slovak Chamber of Nurses, East Timor Nursing Association, Albanian Nursing Council.
The main aim of the conference is to exchange the scientific knowledge by creating a global platform through which many of the world renowned scientists and healthcare professionals, nurses and to bring under one roof which will help them in gaining knowledge and by creating more opportunities to explore research in field of healthcare and patient safety.
The highlights of the conference includes sessions on different topics like nursing education, nursing practice, nursing research, nursing therapies, types of nursing, pediatric nursing, cardiovascular nursing, clinical nursing, critical care nursing and many more. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of a Europe’s best nursing event Euro Nursing 2018
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Experts have warned of a “growing gap” between government plans to increase the size of the NHS workforce in England and the reality of falling numbers of nurses and doctors, while criticising workforce planning for being “not fit for purpose”.
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The Magnet programme recognises healthcare organisations that create positive work environments for their nurses, through a stringent process requiring a culture change
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A cancer patient has thanked her nurse for the “beautiful kindness” she has shown while being treated at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust.
Nursing staff should be paid more to work in unpopular areas of the country to maintain “equitable access” to healthcare, according to the chief executive of NHS England.
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