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6th International Conference on Nursing Science and Practice

May 01-02, 2023


Paris, France

Welcome Message

Nursing Practice 2023 welcomes you all!!!

We take great pride in our highly reputed global event welcoming all the attendees for our "6th International Conference on Nursing Science and Practice" which will take place in Paris, France, and May 01-02, 2023 " under the theme of “Care in a global environment".

Nursing Practice 2023 is a premier forum for presenting research on nursing management and doctors, exchanging thoughts on the topic, and contributing to the transmission of knowledge in nursing and primary healthcare management for the benefit of society. It's the place where future disease management and innovative medicines collide.

Our congress imparts new thoughts, beliefs, techniques, and strategies that legitimately influence the way we work together. No other conference will offer a great selection of keynote speakers, high-profile attendees, and engaging content.

Nursing Practice 2023 will bring together the exchange of legitimate thoughts and perspectives from leading researchers, as well as economic pioneers and speculators in this exciting field. Prominent speakers and leading researchers and specialists from around the world are invited to share their knowledge and experiences.

Event attendees are typically high-level decision-makers representing different parts of the industry, and many of the attendees are our previous speakers who know each other. This creates an informal and casual environment with the right attitudes toward gathering new people.

We look forward to welcoming you and inviting you to participate in our exciting conference. Provide us the opportunity to meet and greet you in the “City of lights “Paris.

About Conference

We'd wish to take this chance to increase the letter of invitation to you to attend the "6th International Conference on Nursing Science and Practice," which is able to be held during, May  01-02, 2023 current trends in nursing practice around the world. Leading nursing practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, public health practitioners, clinical researchers, professors, and students from across the globe can give their views on advanced technologies in nursing education and practice that may profit from each development and analysis. This conference provides a novel probability for international networking and plan exchange through timely keynotes, poster shows, colloquia, workshops, and a Young Researcher's Forum on innovative technology in nursing education.

Why should you visit Nursing Practice 2023?

The International Congress on nursing practice can be a unique platform for discussing and generating new ideas for the management of nursing. Nursing Practice 2023 will see a gathering of consultants from around the world unveil their cutting-edge research to improve nursing care.

Target Audience

World Medical Practitioners | PhysiciansPhysician AssistantsNurses | Licensed Practical Nurse| Advanced Practice Nurses| Professors| Clinicians | Registered Nurses | Health care Practitioners | Healthcare Professionals | Directors  & CEOs of Organizations | Noble laureates in Health Care and Nursing | Ph.D. Scholars | Graduates and Post Graduates | Healthcare Industries | Healthcare & Nursing Associations | Societies | Researchers | Nursing Training Institutes | Hospitals | Government Healthcare Departments | Deans | Chairpersons | Pharmaceutical Industries | PharmacistsMicrobiologistsStaff development Educators | Nursing and Healthcare Students | Nurse Educators | Nurse Practitioners | Nurse Managers Midwives | Public health Professionals Delegates from Various Industries | Research Institutes and Members.

Participation Options and Benefits
We provide the participants with different modes or ways to participate as delegates or speakers under the ACADEMIC / STUDENT / BUSINESS Category. The mode of participation is a webinar through PowerPoint Presentation/ Video Presentation.

Keynote speaker: 46-60 minutes
Speaker (oral presentation): 26-30 minutes (only one person can present)
Speaker (workshop): 46-60 minutes (more than 1 can present)
Speaker (special session): 46-60 minutes (more than 1 can present)
Speaker (symposium): more than 46 minutes (more than 1 can present)
Delegate(only registration): will have access to all the sessions with all the benefits of registration
Poster presenter:  can present a poster and enjoy the benefits of delegate
Remote attendance:  can participate via video presentation or e-poster presentation
Exhibitor: can exhibit his/her company’s products by booking exhibitor booths of different sizes

Participation Benifits: 

Attend Keynote Presentation by the world’s most eminent researchers
Access to all the sessions

Get OCM certificate
Get worldwide acknowledgment of your profile and Research
Get your abstracts published with unique DOI in International Journals
Get up to 60% discounts for publishing your entire article in our open access International Journals
Get Handbooks and conference kits
Get access to the network with eminent personalities from worldwide

Supporting Journals: **All the selected Abstracts/ papers presented will be published in the Supporting Journals below:

Journal of Nursing and Care

Research & Reviews: Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences

Advanced Practices in Nursing

Join our team in Nursing Practice 2023 in this beautiful city of Paris and let us make this professional gathering a Great success.

Market Analysis
Between 2019 and 2026, the global Nursing Education market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.31 percent, from 8609 million USD in 2018 to 10690 million USD by the end of 2026. USA: Sales in the industry totaled $130.2 million in 2018. The industry has risen at a 2.7 percent annual rate during the last three years. Historical, annual, and predicted growth rates are included in the study. In the industry, there are 9,277 businesses. The average revenues per firm in 2018 were $13.7 million. The average net loss for unprofitable businesses is -8.7%. The average employee output is $76,049. Office and administrative jobs pay an average of $17.71 per hour in the industry. Purchase now for the lowest ten percent, twenty-five percent, average, top seventy-five percent, and ninety percent pay ranges.

In 2019, the Nursing Healthcare Market in Europe was worth USD 70.28 billion, with a CAGR of 8.37 percent estimated to reach USD 106.04 billion by 2024. Due to an increase in the number of geriatrics and new technologies, it has improved dramatically in recent years.

Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East:

From US$ 266.4 Mn in 2018, the Asia Pacific nurse call systems market is estimated to reach US$ 649.9 Mn in 2027. From 2019 to 2027, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.8%. According to a United Nations report (2017), there were around 649.2 million individuals in Asia aged 60 or over in 2017, with the number expected to rise to 1273.2 million by 2060.

Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The sector is predicted to grow during the next five years, through 2021. Industry growth will be fueled by the population's continued aging, which is predicted to intensify over the next five years.

Nursing Investments Around the World:

More than $638 million has been invested in nursing schools worldwide, including $101 million in the last two years, indicating the growing relevance of nursing vision for the future of healthcare services. The numerous projects have greatly aided in the transformation of primary and inpatient care, hence improving public health, and have influenced policy at the national, state, and federal levels. However, a shaky reimbursement model and changes brought about by healthcare reform have resulted in a shift away from nursing facilities and toward home care and community-based services.


Cathy Rodgers Ward
Chief Nursing Officer
UCLA Medical Center USA


Cathy Rodgers Ward, PhD, RN, NEA-BC is an experienced nurse executive and researcher and was most recently the Chief Nursing Officer for the past 18 years at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, designated three times as a Magnet facility. Dr. Ward also holds an appointment as clinical faculty in the UCLA School of Nursing. Her research has focused on the effects of nursing leadership on patient outcomes in hospitalized patients. Under Dr. Ward's direction, UCLA achieved high patient satisfaction with overall quality of care ranking above the 90th percentile nationally and nurse satisfaction ranked above the 95th percentile. Dr. Ward has received many awards including the 2017 UCLA Leadership Award, 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Alabama in Birmingham, the 2015 Transformational Leadership Award at UCLA, and the United States 2011 Nurseweek National Management Nurse of the Year.

Charlotte Thrall
Assistant Professor
Arizona State University ASU


Charlotte Thrall completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Arizona State University (ASU).  She is Clinical Assistant Professor and Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty Coordinator at ASU.

Dale M Hilty
Mount Carmel College of Nursing, USA


Dale M. Hilty, Associate Professor,  received his PhD in counseling psychology from The Ohio State University Department of Psychology.  He has published studies in the areas of psychology, sociology, and religion.  Between April 2017 and April 2018, his ten research teams published 55 posters at local, state, regional, national, and international nursing conferences.  His colleague sharing the author line of this poster are: Ann Waterman, PhD, RN.  Dr. Waterman is the Interim Academic Dean at Mt. Carmel College of Nursing.  She has a BSN from Capital University, & MSN and PhD from The Ohio State University.

Joanne P Robinson
Rutgers University, USA


Joanne P. Robinson is a University Professor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA.  Dr. Robinson is known for her contributions to gerontological and urologic nursing.  Her research on lower urinary tract symptoms in older adults has been supported by the USA’s National Institute of Nursing Research, recognized with six awards, and merited appointment to the board of the Center for Clinical Investigation of the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Society (2011-2015).  Currently, she chairs the Nursing Education Subcommittee of the International Continence Society.   Dr. Robinson has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing since 2011.

Jody Gill-Rocha
Associate Professor
Mount Carmel College of Nursing, USA


Jody Gill-Rocha is an Assistant Professor at Mt. Carmel College of Nursing.  She is the Academic Department Leader for the Medical-Surgical course.  Professor Gill-Rocha teaches the Adult Acute Care course, and is the course coordinator of the Infusion Therapy Lecture & Simulation course. She recently received the 2017 Excellence in Nursing-Nurse Educator Award.  During the past year, she has published 10 posters at the local, state, regional, national, and international nursing conferences.  Her colleague sharing the author line of this poster is Dale Hilty.

Salpy Akaragian
Armenian International Medical Fund, USA


Salpy Akaragian completed her PhD from University of California, Los Angeles.  She is the Founder and President of Armenian International Medial Fund and Former director of UCLA Health’s International Nursing Program and Nurse Credentialing.  She has published, received many local, national and international awards.  She is served on the California Board of Registered Nursing as a board member and was a Magnet appraiser for American Nurse Credentialing Committee.  In June 2018, after 44 years of Nursing Career, Salpy retired from UCLA Health.  She continuous conducting international research and projects, and serves as a consulted to the Ministry of Health of Armenia.

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