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Nursing Events and Conferences

Upcoming conferences with an emphasis on nursing! 


29-31 October 2014 — Iowa City, Iowa, USA
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics presents Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice. This program is designed to build skills in the most challenging steps of the evidence-based practice process and in creating an organizational infrastructure to support evidence-based health care. Participants will be able to implement, evaluate, and sustain EBP changes in complex health care systems. Email: Kristen-rempel@uiowa.edu

29 October – 1 November, 2014 — Anaheim, Calif., USA
The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) presents the 40th Annual Educational Conference.
ARN will be celebrating its 40th anniversary in a big way. We will be taking full advantage of our Disneyland® Hotel location and have many magical surprises in store to delight all attendees. The ARN educational conference is where rehabilitation nurses who are leaders in the field come each year to learn, teach, share, network, and rejuvenate their practice. The conference features the finest educators in the world of rehabilitation nursing, and you will not find a better place to learn the skills needed to advance your career — no matter what your practice level. Great optional events including preconference sessions, the RNF symposium, and professional tours are available. There is something for everyone, and you will come away with new friends and contacts, a fresh perspective, and, most of all, the enthusiasm to return to work and provide the highest level of care to your patients. Email: info@rehabnurse.org

31 October – 1 November 2014 — Boston, Mass., USA
The Global Nursing Caucus presents Delivering on Our Promises: Tools for Nursing Advocacy in Global Health. Join us to learn about initiatives that reflect the growing impact of nurses in global health and learn about tools to promote nursing advocacy locally and globally. It is going to be a very exciting time, with virtual and in-person participants from Haiti, Oman, Rwanda, Kenya, Mexico, and the US. This is a wonderful opportunity for clinicians and students to interact with some of the region’s leaders in global health. Nursing leadership from the Peace Corps, Johns Hopkins University, Clinton Global Health Initiative, Partners in Health and the Brigham and Massachusetts General Hospital Global Health programs will all be represented at the conference. A great chance to network for clinicians, faculty and students who are interested in global health practice and research. Email: globalnursingcaucus@gmail.com
 

31 October – 3 November 2014 — Lake Buena Vista, Fla., USA
The Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates presents the Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates Annual Conference at Disney's Contemporary Resort. Email: suna@ajj.com

 

 
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1 November 2014 — Evergreen Park, Ill., USA
Project C.O.A.T. Center for Outpatient Alcoholism Treatment presents Understanding the Cycle of the Substance Abuser and the Domestic Violence Victim. The purpose of this workshop is to examine substance abuse and domestic violence through the eyes of the counselor. This workshop will explore the cycle of behavior, Identify which screening tools to use, discuss how to develop a problem list for a complex patient , and how to develop your treatment plan for the domestic violence victim who abuses alcohol and drugs.

2-4 November 2014 — Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Cleveland Clinic Zielony Nursing Institute presents Dimensions in Cardiac Care. T
he 31st annual Dimensions in Cardiac Care conference is designed to provide the nursing professional with the latest trends in cardiac care. This program has been approved by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) for 15.50 Contact Hours Synergy CERP Category A, 1.00 Contact Hour Synergy CERP Category B and 1.75 Contact Hours Synergy CERP Category C, File number 00018737. Email: lisa@jamiebelkin.com

4-5 November 2014 — New Orleans, La., USA
The American Nurses Association presents the 2014 American Nurses Association Staffing Conference. Interact with innovative industry experts and over 700 of your nursing peers to explore case studies, leading practices and innovative approaches to tackle your toughest staffing challenges. Learn how to build and implement your facility’s optimal staffing solution! Sponsorship opportunities are available. Email: elaine.jarrett@ana.org 

5-7 November 2014 — New York, N.Y., USA

The The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Chemotherapy Foundation present the Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium: Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow®. This is a CME accredited educational activity jointly presented by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Chemotherapy Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting cancer research, in collaboration with The Tisch Cancer Institute. Founded in 1972 by Ezra Greenspan, we continue to bring the groundbreaking advances spearheading progress in cancer therapeutics to community and academic practitioners. Leading oncologist and hematologist investigators will report on new regimens, clinical trials and emerging therapeutic advances in common cancer types. Email: Jaclyn.silverman@mssm.edu

7 November 2014 — Merrillville, Ind., USA
The North West Indiana Nursing Research Consortium presents the 22nd Annual Northwest Indiana Nursing Research Consortium: Cornerstones of Care: Research, Evidence Base Practice, and Quality Improvement.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ronda Hughes, Assistant Professor, Marquette University. Keynote Address: "Nurses at the 'Sharp End' of Patient Care." This program has been submitted for 3.0 nursing contact hours. Purchase tickets online. Conference fee for attendees is US $30. Conference fee for poster presenters is US $20. Conference fee for students is US $20. Tickets will not be sold at the door! Email: sphalen@sf.edu

7-9 November 2014 — Scottsdale, Ariz., USA
The International Society of Nurses in Genetics (ISONG) presents the 2014 ISONG World Congress on Nursing and Genomics. In a special endeavor to bring together the best and brightest genetic leaders, sharing current knowledge and future trends of genetics/genomics, we invite you to be a part of this event. The scheduled congress program will feature diverse presentations in: Research Oncology, Clinical Oncology, Technology, Genetic Literacy, ELSI (Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues), Pharmacogenomics, and more. The 2014 ISONG congress overall objectives: present and discuss research, education, and clinical topics that promote the knowledge and scientific foundation for nursing genetic/genomic practice and scholarship; highlight recent genetic scientific advances globally and the implications for nursing research and practice; provide a forum for nurses and other healthcare providers globally to interact, network, share experiences, and discuss the state of the science related to nursing and genetics/genomics; identify genetic discoveries that influence the biology of health and disease; and provide a forum for debate on the application and use of genomic technologies and information and the implications for health and well-being of communities, cultures, and populations from societal and ethical perspectives. This will be a rare and exceptional program for you to attend and to network with this diverse and varied group of leaders and innovators. Email: isonghq@msn.com

10-12 November 2014 — Cape Town, South Africa
The International Council on Women’s Health Issues (ICOWHI) presents the ICOWHI 2014 Congress. The theme is "Beyond 2015: What will it take? FUNDISA is the host of this event, and STTI is a prominent sponsor. ICOWHI is an international nonprofit association dedicated to the goal of promoting health, health care, and well-being of women throughout the world through participation, empowerment, advocacy, education, and research. This organization is a multidisciplinary network of women’s health providers, planners, and advocates from all over the globe. It constitutes an international professional and lay network of those committed to improving women’s health and quality of life.
Good news! The early bird registration for the ICOWHI & STTI Conference in Cape Town from 10-12 November 2014 has been extended to 30 August 2014. Remember, it is the 10-year celebration of Tau Lambda as a chapter. Make sure you are there!

10-12 November 2014 — Singapore
Three Joanna Briggs Institute Collaborating Centres in Singapore present 9th Biennial Joanna Briggs International Colloquium 2014, Singapore. The 9th Biennial Joanna Briggs International Colloquium 2014, Singapore is jointly hosted by the three Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Collaborating Centres in Singapore: the National University Hospital Centre for Evidence-Based Nursing, the National Healthcare Group HSOR Collaborating Centre for Evidence Based Health Services Management, and the JBI - Institute of Mental Health (Singapore) Centre for Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health Care. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is a not-for-profit organisation sited within the Faculty of Health Sciences in the University of Adelaide. The theme of the Colloquium is “Scaling New Heights: Challenging the Status Quo”. The theme is a reflection of the challenging times that health care is facing with increasing costs and a fast-growing older population. The Colloquium will be graced by gurus/leaders in evidence-based practice, who will share scholarly works and experiences on evidence synthesis, translating best available evidence into practice and many more. As delegates, the 9th Biennial Joanna Briggs International Colloquium 2014 presents the perfect opportunity for healthcare professionals to network with experts, delegates and exhibitors to expand your horizons to challenge the current state of health care. Email: hsor@nhg.com.sg

10-11 November 2014 — Rochester, Minn., USA
Mayo Continuing Nursing Education presents the Medical Surgical Nursing Review Course.
This course will provide a review of the most current national treatment guidelines and recommendations for best practices in the care of medical and surgical adult patients. Individuality of care must be applied to each practice environment. Experts in medical and surgical patient care will instruct the course. This course may be used for more in-depth knowledge of nursing care and/or in preparation for a nursing certification exam. Participants completing this course should be able to describe essential components of care for medical and surgical patients, identify predisposing risk factors affecting surgical patients and those with medical diseases, review current pharmacologic and treatment strategies, and utilize research-based recommendations for care practices across the continuum. Email: cne@mayo.edu


11-14 November 2014 — Vitoria, Spain
The Organizing Committee presents the 18th International Nursing Research Conference. This is a meeting point for the presentation and discussion of ideas where research and innovative activity is promoted internationally. It is an extraordinary opportunity for exchanging and consolidating knowledge on research results obtained from the different health care fields. The conference gathers a great number of professionals from different health areas from all over the world. Our guest speaker will be Judith Shamian, President of the International Council of Nurses (ICN). Plenary sessions will focus on two relevant issues for health care research. In the opening session representatives of the general population will give their opinion on the willingness of citizens to participate in health care research projects, and in the second session researchers will debate about the controversies around scientific publications (open access vs paid access, impact of scientific publications, etc.). The conference is bilingual (spanish-english), and there will be simultaneous translation in the plenary session. Email: congresoinvesten@isciii.es

14 November 2014 — El Paso, Texas, USA
Delta Kappa and Pi Omega chapters present The Civility Dialogues: Conversations to Inspire Action and Transform Your Culture. T
his session brings together three pioneering researchers and thought leaders in the field of civility on a “live stage.” There is little these three have not lived, studied, or heard when it comes to getting professional joys stolen by incivilities, whether in academic or service settings, large and small, public or private. So come with your dilemmas, interventions that work, and inspirations for a collaborative future to enliven what promises to be an unforgettable dialogue about cultivating civility and co-creating healthy workplaces. Speakers will be Cynthia M. Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, School of Nursing, Boise State University; Kathleen T. Heinrich, PhD, RN, Principal & Scholar-Mentor, K T H Consulting; and Susan Luparell, PhD, RN, College of Nursing, Montana State University. Email: dimonsivais@utep.edu

14-16 November 2014 — Indora, India

Choithram College of Nursing presents the 18th Nursing Research Society of India conference. All arrangements are in place to ensure that a grand and concentrated academic feast awaits you, with plenty of fun and frolic too. Theme of the conference is “Qualitative Research: A Step towards Theory Construction and Development.” Kindly block the dates in your diary to enrich your academic knowledge and research skills and widen your circle of friends in the nursing fraternity. This is to nursing professionals and post-graduate students from across the country to join us in the true spirit of NRSI. Email: info@nrsindia.org

17 November 2014 — Tampa, Fla., USA
USF Health through the University of South Florida College of Nursing presents the Joining Forces to Restore Lives Nursing Research, Education and Practice in Veterans Health conference.
This conference is a part of a comprehensive national initiative to explore the health and well-being of military members and veterans. Registration will fill rapidly so please register early. Email: vhysenli@health.usf.edu

17-19 November 2014 — Bengaluru, India
Bio Genesis presents Healthy Ageing in the Changing World 2014. The idea behind the Geriatrics conference is to integrate the knowledge of specialists regarding ageing-associated diseases with the knowledge of geriatricians regarding the course of age-related diseases and the treatment of the same. Email: geriatricsconference1@gmail.com 


1-5 December 2014 — Atlanta, Ga., USA
The Center for Transdisciplinary Evidence-based Practice presents Evidence-based Practice: Making it a reality in your healthcare organization. This program is a deep-dive immersion into evidence-based practice (EBP) that will provide transdisciplinary clinicians and leaders with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to integrate and sustain EBP in their clinical organization. Participants will receive five days of intensive education in EBP, 36.5 continuing education units, access to the Ohio State University library resources for one year, lifetime access to bimonthly EBP webinars, EBP listserv membership, and access to CTEP EBP resources. If you are looking for a single program to ignite and sustain the shift to evidence-based practice in your health care enterprise, this is it! Email: ellingsworth.1@osu.edu

4 December 2014 — Coral Gables, Fla., USA
Baptist Health South Florida presents the Second Annual Miami Neuro Nursing Symposium. The Neuro Nursing Symposium offers a broad curriculum focusing on current and state-of-the-art evidence-based practices for nursing and other healthcare professionals who treat and care for neuroscience patients and their families. The symposium will address the treatment and nursing care of the neuroscience patient from the emergency department through rehabilitation. Email: juliez@baptisthealth.net


6 December 2014 — Portland, Ore., USA

The Dermatology Nurses' Association presents the Joan Shelk Fundamentals of Phototherapy Workshop. In a special tribute to Joan Shelk, DNA Past President and the developer of our first workshops, a special phototherapy program has been developed. The Fundamentals of Phototherapy is an intensive one-day training for those administering light therapy under a doctor's supervision. This workshop covers psoriasis and other photo-responsive skin diseases, PUVA, narrow and broad band UVB therapy, equipment operation and metering, and other responsibilities associated with phototherapy administration. Participants who complete this workshop in its entirety will be awarded 7.0 contact hours. For workshop specifics, visit the DNA website or contact the DNA National Office at 800.454.4362. Email: dna@dnanurse.org

12 December 2014 — Cambridge, Mass., USA
Tufts University School of Medicine Office of Continuing Education and Tufts Medical Center, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine present the 12th Annual Update in Pulmonary Hypertension. This accredited program (6.5 hours ACCME and American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation is designed for physicians, nurses, and other health care providers who are involved with patients diagnosed and in treatment for pulmonary hypertension. Email: gailv@ganesco.com


7-9 January 2015 — Newark, N.J., USA
Rutgers School of Nursing presents the 3rd Annual Winter Institute for Comprehensive Systematic Review: Examining Economic Evidence in Health Care
Presented by experts from the Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST) at the Rutgers School of Nursing, the Winter Institute prepares researchers and knowledge professionals to help meet the growing need for systematic reviews of economic evidence in health care that can inform policy and practice.
Expert, internationally renowned faculty will provide personalized instruction for participants at both advanced and beginning stages of conducting systematic reviews. You will gain hands-on instruction and practice in using two specialized software programs: JBI-ACTUARI (Analysis of Cost, Technology and Utilization Assessment and Review Instrument) for evaluating economic evidence and CReMS (Comprehensive Review Management Systems) for protocol and report development. Proposal submission deadline: 6 December 2014. Registration deadline: 16 December 2014. Email: nest@sn.rutgers.edu

10-14
January 2015 — New Orleans, La., USA
The Society for Simulation in Healthcare presents The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), presented by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2015. Over 2,000 health care simulation professionals from around the globe attend IMSH 2015: the premier educational and networking event for healthcare simulationists from all disciplines. IMSH features over 300 courses, including hands-on workshops; an emphasis on faculty development; documented improvements in patient safety; networking with your fellow IMSH attendees; the ability to create a customized agenda to meet your learning objectives; and the opportunity to visit over 100 vendors in the Exhibit Hall to see the latest in technology. New for 2015 are the Spectrum of Innovation Showcase and expert-level courses. Email: membership@ssih.org
 


4-6 February 2015 — Antwerp, Belgium
Rho Chi-at-Large Chapter presents the first CARE4 International Scientific Nursing and Midwifery Congress. The department of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences of the University of Antwerp celebrates the 10th anniversary of its master programme with the first CARE4 International Scientific Nursing and Midwifery Congress. In partnership with the University Colleges Karel de Grote Antwerp, Artesis Plantijn Antwerp, the HZ University of Applied Sciences Vlissingen (the Netherlands) and the Flemish Organisation of Midwives (VLOV) we will offer you a programme of distinguished keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations on broad scientific issues in the nursing and midwifery research fields. We are honoured to invite researchers to present their scientific work at the CARE4 International Scientific Nursing and Midwifery Congress. We are pleased to welcome an international community of nursing and midwifery researchers and practitioners who CARE4 in the amazing City of Antwerp. Email: peter.vanbogaert@uantwerpen.be

4-8 February 2015 — San Antonio, Texas, USA
The American College of Sports Medicine presents Essentials of Sports Medicine: From sideline to the clinic. This course offers nurses, physicians, and other health care providers information to help care for sports teams in the community. By providing you with hands-on workshops that help fill in gaps in your coursework, you gain new perspectives in the orthopedic, primary care, and emergency medicine aspects of sports medicine and athlete care. Email: meeting@acsm.org


18-20 February 2015 — Iowa City, Iowa, USA

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics presents the Advanced Practice Institute: Promoting Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice. This program is designed to build skills in the most challenging steps of the evidence-based practice process and in creating an organizational infrastructure to support evidence-based health care. Participants will be able to implement, evaluate, and sustain EBP changes in complex health care systems.

19-22 February 2015 — Miami Beach, Fla., USA
Baptist Health South Florida presents Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - 13th Annual Comprehensive International Symposium. A key strategy for addressing heart disease and stroke is to educate the public and health care practitioners about the importance of prevention. When health care providers perform consistent risk factor assessments, more patients can be properly diagnosed and medically managed to prevent cardiovascular disease. Both primary and secondary prevention, as well as new developments in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular disease, need to be addressed. Email: juliez@baptisthealth.net

 
19-20 March 2015 — Madera, Calif., USA
Childrens Hospital Central California presents Advanced Care of the Pediatric Patient.
The 2015 Advanced Care of the Pediatric Patient conference offers participants an opportunity to increase their knowledge related to emergency care and stabilization of pediatric patients.
Conference highlights include Human Trafficking: Modern-day slavery that happens all around us; interesting pediatric thoracic and vascular injuries; Blood Gas Analysis: Beyond the basics; recognition and management of pediatric respiratory distress and sepsis; and Transfusiology: Resuscitation, new guidelines and current science. Email: SHamilton@Childrenscentralcal.org 

21-23 March 2015 — Madrid, Spain
The European Association of Urology Nurses (EAUN) presents the 16th International EAUN Meeting.
Inspiring three-day meeting on various topical urology nursing subjects in conjunction with the 30th Anniversary EAU Congress. The congress takes place at the IFEMA - Feria de Madrid, Avenida del Partenón 5, 28042 Madrid, Spain. The topics are presented by specialists and specialist nurses in workshops, panel discussions, state-of-the-art lectures, symposia, poster abstract sessions, etc. Discussions on clinical practices and pre-congress optional visits to a local hospital guarantee you return home completely updated. Share your knowledge with your colleagues and submit an Abstract, Research Plan or your Difficult Case (Deadline 1 December 2014). Email: eaun@uroweb.org
 
28 March 2015 — Lubbock, Texas, USA
The Nurse Oncology Education Program presents Competence in Cancer Care: What the Nurse Needs to Know. Competence in Cancer Care: What the Nurse Needs to Know is presented by NOEP and made possible by CPRIT, Texas Oncology, and the LIVESTRONG Foundation. Includes OCN® test-taking strategies and review of OCN® test blueprint. Topics: scientific basis for practice, treatment modalities, protective mechanisms, disease process, alterations in lifestyle, health promotion, and oncologic emergencies. Earn 7.75 contact hours plus ILNA points! Scholarships available. Email: mkinard@texasnurses.org


17-18 April 2015 — Galveston, Texas, USA
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston presents the 2nd Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) National Conference. The 2015 Conference will be packed with a fusion of novel practice-grounded approaches, creative solutions, and bold ideas about mapping the EBP-Innovation pathway to build and foster a transformative evidence-based practice culture. We are offering concurrent sessions. You can select from either one or a combination of tracks. The Learning track will engage you to revisit the EBP skills set with a fresh perspective to guide your inquiry journey; the Launching track will inspire you to adapt EBP strategies from various ecosystems into your own practice setting; and the Leading track will empower you to critically question issues and trends in enculturating EBP and cultivating innovation in practice. Email: dcsanare@utmb.edu
22-24 April 2015 — Cape Town, South Africa
The Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative presents Building Children's Nursing for Africa 2015.
Sponsored by the University of Cape Town's Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative and the Western Cape Department of Health, this event is designed to facilitate active participation of nurses and other professionals who work with and care for infants, children, and adolescents in African hospitals and communities. The conference will offer a unique opportunity for participants to consider best practice in local contexts for nurses, nurse educators, researchers, and families. The 2015 conference theme - "Foundations of Evidence" - is set to challenge participants to add good reasoning and evidence to the practice and voice of nurses and families, as we work together to improve outcomes for sick children. Innovative approaches and inspirational speakers, both local and international, will again challenge us to raise the bar of children’s nursing in our respective countries. Email: jean.brown@uct.ac.za

23-24 April 2015 —  Iowa City/Coralville, Iowa, USA

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics presents the 22nd National Evidence-Based Practice Conference: Nursing Workload Balance-Quality Care and Staff Wellness. The 22nd National Evidence-Based Practice Conference will highlight the research and evidence related to nursing workload and outcomes related to healthcare quality and staff wellness. Email: kristen-rempel@uiowa.edu

23-26 April 2015 — Las Vegas, Nev., USA
The Dermatology Nurses' Association (DNA) presents DNA's 33rd Annual Convention. Collaborate, discover, and gain educational insights that will improve the care of dermatologic patients. Great learning opportunities for all, ranging from the novice to the most seasoned nurse. Diverse programming with seven educational tracks, a Nurse Practitioner Forum, Pre-Convention Workshops, an expert panel, 32 concurrent sessions, plenary sessions, and an exhibit hall featuring the latest in the industry. Email: jdicarlo@ahint.com

27-28 April 2015 — Aurora, Ohio, USA
The Cleveland Clinic Office of Nursing Research & Innovation presents the 11th Annual Cleveland Clinic Nursing Research Conference. Join nurse researchers and clinicians for an extraordinary opportunity to present your research findings and learn about exciting research being done by other nurses. This two-day conference includes nationally recognized speakers, paper and poster presentations, and workshops that will enhance your ability to transform practice through research and dissemination. This year’s keynote speakers include Dr. Beatrice Kalisch and Dr. Jane H. Barnsteiner. The conference will be held April 27th and 28th, 2015 t the beautiful Bertram Inn and Conference Center, the heart of Ohio’s wine country and only 20 minutes from the excitement of downtown Cleveland. Contact hours will be awarded. Email: siedles@ccf.org
 

4 May 2014 — Stanford, Calif., USA
Stanford Health Care & Stanford Children's Hospital presents the 6th Annual National Nursing Research Symposium. The theme of this symposium is “Transitions in health care throughout
the lifespan.” Presentations and posters will include topics related to transitions in health care: patient factors influencing care transitions (physical, behavioral, developmental, psychosocial); innovative patient care models optimizing transitions in health care; best practices and case studies related to care transitions; and improving safety, quality, and value with transitions in health. The Keynote Speaker will be Afaf I. Meleis, PhD, DrPS (Hon), FAAN from Department of Family and Community Health/University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Email: nursingsymposium@stanfordchildrens.org

21-22 May 2015 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Canadian Association for Ambulatory Care presents the 3rd Ambulatory Care Conference. This year’s theme is Ambulatory Based Care: A Framework for Preventable Hospitalizations. The conference will be held at the Westin Prince Toronto. Email: canadianambulatorycare@gmail.com


10-13 June 2015 — Atlanta, Ga., USA
The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning presents the 14th Annual International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning Conference.
This conference, a leading forum for nurse educators, researchers, nurse managers, and staff development professionals, provides the ideal environment to disseminate and gain current knowledge in the area of skills/simulation lab management and simulation enhanced education. Nurses and other health care professionals will have the opportunity to network with colleagues and exhibitors and discuss best practice research, safety-related outcomes, competencies, and challenges. Email: kadamson@uw.edu


 23-27 July 2015 — San Juan, Puerto Rico
Join the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International and your peers in nursing research and evidence-based practice in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the 26th International Nursing Research Congress. The theme for this congress is Question Locally, Engage Regionally, Apply Globally. The event will take place at the Puerto Rico Convention Center. Hotel rooms will be available at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel, next to the convention center. Email: events@stti.org
 

18-21 August 2015 — Odense, Denmark
The International Family Nursing Association presents the 12th International Family Nursing Conference. As reflected in our conference theme “Improving Family Health Globally through Research, Education, and Practice,” the 12th International Family Nursing Conference will focus on engaging nurses and interdisciplinary colleagues in discussion of global trends and issues facing families worldwide. With an emphasis on enhancing family strengths, the conference will focus on promoting creative partnerships among researchers, clinicians, and educators that expand the capacity of family nurses to further family well-being. Email: debbie@internationalfamilynursing.org

19-21 August 2015 — Seoul, South Korea
The Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing (KACHN) and International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research (ICCHNR) co-present the 6th International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research. The theme of the conference is "Knowledge Translation on Community Health Nursing: Health Promotion Across the Lifespan." The conference aims to provide evidence to promote strategies for the advancement of nursing for high quality care in community setting, and it will provide an environment in which to share good practice, disseminate research, and meet others working in similar fields offering opportunities to establish new collaboration and networks. Email: icchnr2015seoul@gmail.com


 7-11 November 2015 — Las Vegas, Nev., USA
The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) presents the 43rd Biennial Convention. Save the date for STTI’s largest event, featuring outstanding plenary speakers, networking opportunities, over 800 oral and poster presentations, and the opportunity to explore one of the most famous cities in the United States. The 43rd Biennial Convention will take place at the Aria Resort and Casino. Email: events@stti.org
 
18-20 November 2015 — Bengaluru, India
Bio Genesis presents the Global Cancer Summit. The “Global Cancer Summit-2015” is a unique forum that brings together researchers and clinicians for a three-day program that is dedicated to increasing knowledge, stimulating research, and promoting prevention and treatment of cancer through nutrition, physical activity, and weight management. The “Global Cancer Summit-2015” would also discuss basic cancer research,which has been inspired by the study of genes and the processes altered in human cancers by utilizing model systems ranging from yeast to mammals and patient-derived tissue. Email: info@globalcancersummit.com
 

 

 

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