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21st World Congress on Nursing Pharmacology and Nursing Education, will be organized around the theme “Grooming the Pharmacological Boundaries for Nursing Education”

Nursing Pharmacology 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Nursing Pharmacology 2017

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Pharmacology is the study of how substances interact with living organisms to produce a change in function. It deals with the research, discovery, and characterization of chemicals which show biological effects and the illumination of cellular and organism function in relation to these chemicals. If substances have medicinal properties, they are considered pharmaceuticals. The Pharmacology encompasses mechanisms of drug action, drug composition and properties, interactions, toxicology, therapies, medical applications, and antipathogenic capabilities. The field encompasses drug composition and properties, synthesis and drug design, molecular and cellular mechanisms, organ/systems mechanisms, signal transduction/cellular communication, molecular diagnostics, interactions, toxicology, chemical biology, therapy, and medical applications and antipathogenic capabilities. The two main areas of pharmacology are pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics.

  • Track 1-1Nursing Pharmacology
  • Track 1-2Clinical Pharmacology
  • Track 1-3Cardiovascular Pharmacology
  • Track 1-4Neuro Pharmacology
  • Track 1-5Endocrine Pharmacology
  • Track 1-6Immunopharmacology

Pediatrics pharmacology is an associate–reviewed; multi-disciplinary that is concerned to promoting the safe and effective use of medications in infants and children.  Pediatrics Pharmacology focuses on the importance to understand in that Pediatrics dosage form and drug-drugs interaction and also how they can affect the children physiology. It is with better understanding of Pharmacology one can know the right dosage and dosage forms of drugs. More research in pharmacology deals with identifying and responding to drug interactions and its side effects along with its mechanism of action, its therapeutic index and thereby treat ac­cordingly. More intensive study with the interaction between Pediatrics drug and its therapeutic effect helps to identify the properties of ideal Pediatrics drugs.

  • Track 2-1Pediatric Orthodontics
  • Track 2-2Pediatric Cardiology
  • Track 2-3Pediatric Neurology
  • Track 2-4Pediatric Endocrinology
  • Track 2-5Pediatric Nursing
  • Track 2-6Pediatric Oncology & Hematology
  • Track 2-7Pediatric Surgery

Geriatric patients are a subset of older people with multiple chronic age related diseases that usually have significant functional implications. Geriatric patients have impaired homeostasis and wide inter-individual variability. Comprehensive geriatric assessment captures the complexity of the problems that characterize frail older patients and can be used to guide management, including prescribing. Prescribing for geriatric patients requires an understanding of the efficacy of the medication in frail older people, assessment of the risk of adverse drug events, discussion of the harm: benefit ratio with the patient, a decision about the dose regime and careful monitoring of the patient's response. This requires evaluation of evidence from clinical trials, application of the evidence to frail older people through an understanding of changes in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, and attention to medication management issues.

  • Track 3-1Geriatrics and Gerontological Nursing
  • Track 3-2Geriatric Medicine
  • Track 3-3Ageing Biology
  • Track 3-4Geriatric Diseases
  • Track 3-5Elderly Care
  • Track 3-6Geriatric Treatment

All multicellular organisms need coordinating systems to regulate and integrate the function of differentiating cells. Both the nervous system and endocrine systems perform their function in higher animals. The endocrine systems acts through the release (generally in to the blood) of chemical agents and is vital to the proper development and function of organisms. There are many drugs that can be used to influence the endocrine system. Consider the thyroid gland, an important part of this system. The thyroid gland helps regulate our body's metabolism. It produces two thyroid hormones, called T3 and T4. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which insufficient amounts of these hormones are secreted. This, in turn, can cause a slow heart rate, a greater susceptibility to infections, sensitivity to cold temperatures, as well as mental and physical fatigue

  • Track 4-1Endocrinology and Diabetes
  • Track 4-2Challenges of Endocrinology
  • Track 4-3Neuroendocrinology
  • Track 4-4Endocrine Diseases
  • Track 4-5Thyroid Disorders In Children
  • Track 4-6Endocrinology Metabolism

Management of obesity can include lifestyle changes, medications, or surgery. The main treatment for obesity consists of dieting and physical exercise. Diet programs may produce weight loss over the short term, but maintaining this weight loss is frequently difficult and often requires making exercise and a lower calorie diet a permanent part of an individual's lifestyle. Success rates of long-term weight loss maintenance with lifestyle changes are low, ranging from 2 to 20%. Dietary and lifestyle changes are effective in limiting excessive weight gain in pregnancy and improve outcomes for both the mother and the child. Research to understand and address psychosocial risk factors related to weight management is also supported.  For example, obesity research addressing binge eating, stress, impulsivity, and the influence of social networks might be supported if the primary aim is to improve weight management.

  • Track 5-1Genetic Obesity
  • Track 5-2Obesity and Cancer
  • Track 5-3Obesity Medication
  • Track 5-4Current research on Obesity
  • Track 5-5Obesity- Health Risks
  • Track 5-6Control & Prevention of Obesity

The current concept of asthma therapy is based on a stepwise approach, depending on disease severity, and the aim is to reduce the symptoms that result from airway obstruction and inflammation, to prevent exacerbations and to maintain normal lung function. Beta adrenoceptor agonists and glucocorticoids are at present the most effective drugs for the treatment of airway obstruction and inflammation, with theophylline, leukotriene receptor antagonists and anticholinergic as second- or third-line therapy. There are, to date, no additional or newly developed drugs available that add substantially to the current strategies or even replace β2 adrenoceptor  agonists or glucocorticoids. New approaches in asthma therapy recommend drug combinations of inhaled steroids, primarily with long-acting β2 adrenoceptor agonists, based on their improved efficacy and the potential for a steroid-sparing effect.

  • Track 6-1Asthma
  • Track 6-2Asthma: Immunopathology
  • Track 6-3Biologics of Asthma
  • Track 6-4Biomarkers for Asthma & Clinical Immunology
  • Track 6-5Asthma and Pregnancy
  • Track 6-6Asthma and advanced Asthma Treatment

Drug–drug interactions are a concern for all patients receiving numerous medications, particularly for older patients with increased comorbidities and renal insufficiency. Both statins and warfarin have been associated with numerous interactions, and clinicians need to understand which medications interact with statins or warfarin to optimize patient safety. An anticoagulant is a blood thinner that helps to prevent the formation of blood clots. Medications have been indicated to prevent and treat blood clots in the legs, lungs and blood vessels throughout the body, thus reducing the risk of heart attack, stroke and pulmonary embolism.

  • Track 7-1Lipids in Molecular Medicine
  • Track 7-2Lipids in Atherosclerosis
  • Track 7-3Lipids and Bioenergy
  • Track 7-4Lipids: Nutrition and Health

Today, reducing medication errors and improving patient safety have become common topics, the insurance industry, pharmaceutical companies, health care professionals, and patients. But this is not news to clinical pharmacologists. Improving the judicious use of medications and minimizing adverse drug reactions have always been key areas of research and study for those working in clinical pharmacology. However, added to the older terms of adverse drug reactions and rational therapeutics, the now politically correct expression of medication error has emerged. Focusing on the word error has drawn attention to “prevention” and what can be done to minimize mistakes and improve patient safety.

  • Track 8-1Case Report on Pharmacology
  • Track 8-2Case Study on Cardiology
  • Track 8-3Case Studies Related to Neurology
  • Track 8-4Case Reports on Pediatrics
  • Track 8-5Case Studies on Oncology
  • Track 8-6Case report on Obstetrics & Gynecology

The Nurse Practitioner (NP) candidate will identify and propose solutions for practice problems or gaps in quality care in a specialist area of nursing practice. They will gain a high level of knowledge, and increased confidence and competence, in their specialist field of study. During the course the candidates will also study the history of the profession nurse practitioner and relevant legislation.

  • Track 9-1Nursing Practice
  • Track 9-2Nursing Education
  • Track 9-3Clinical & Emergency Nursing
  • Track 9-4Disaster Nursing
  • Track 9-5Legal Nursing and Practitioner
  • Track 9-6Nurse Practitioner Updates
  • Track 9-7Women health & Midwifery

Proteus syndrome (PS) causes asymmetric, disproportionate, and severe postnatal overgrowth, particularly bone, in a mosaic pattern. Although skeletal features predominate, the disease may affect any tissue and lead to the overgrowth of brain, skin, adipose, and vasculature, immune, gut, and other tissues. The cause of Proteus syndrome (PS) is unknown, but it is hypothesized that it is caused by a new, mosaic, mutation acquired early in development; cells derived from the mutated cell line carry this mutation and result in affected tissues.

  • Track 10-1Osteoarthritis
  • Track 10-2Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Track 10-3Orthopedic Surgery
  • Track 10-4Orthopedic Trauma
  • Track 10-5Pharmacological Treatment
  • Track 10-6Orthopedics: Diagnostic Techniques
  • Track 10-7Orthopedic Degenerative Diseases
  • Track 10-8Orthopedic Devices

primary nursing is a system of nursing care delivery which emphasizes continuity of care and responsibility acceptance by having one registered nurse (RN), often teamed with a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and/or nursing assistant (NA), who together provide complete care for a group of patients throughout their stay in a hospital unit or department. For the duration of a patient’s episode of care, the primary nurse accepts responsibility for administering some and coordinating all aspects of the patient’s nursing care. When RNs supervise LPNs and NAs in the care of patients, costs associated with labour and other resources typically decrease while more attentive, well-coordinated care is provided for patients, increasing patient satisfaction and safety.

  • Track 11-1Primary Care
  • Track 11-2Global Primary Care
  • Track 11-3Primary Care : Family Medicine
  • Track 11-4Primary Care Services
  • Track 11-5Primary Care Epidemiology
  • Track 11-6Primary Care : Healthcare technology

The choice of currently available contraceptive methods has increased considerably in recent years, offering women of reproductive age a variety of different methods dependent on their needs and lifestyle. In order to determine the pattern of use of current methods in contraception, a survey was conducted in a large population of women drawn from five European countries .An increasing number of contraceptive options are becoming available in the market. It is dependent on physicians and health care providers to maintain currency with the recent advances in information concerning counselling, efficacy, safety, and side effects.

  • Track 12-1Contraception Options
  • Track 12-2contraceptive methods
  • Track 12-3oral contraception
  • Track 12-4contraceptive failure
  • Track 12-5Family Planning

Psychotropic medications often used to treat anxiety; depression and insomnia are mind-altering drugs. That is, they impact your brain function and your psychomotor abilities – like your ability to drive a car; you wouldn't drive after consuming other mind-altering substances, like too much alcohol, yet presumably millions of people are driving every day after taking varying dosages of psychotropic drugs. Drugs prescribed for anxiety and insomnia known as benzodiazepines (Valium, etc.) have long been linked to an increased risk of motor vehicle accidents, and now a new study has added even more widely consumed drugs into the mix – and shown they may seriously raise your crash risk, posing a risk to both the driver taking the drugs as well as their passengers and anyone who crosses their path.

  • Track 13-1Psychology
  • Track 13-2Psychiatry Nursing
  • Track 13-3Mental Health care
  • Track 13-4Anti-psychiatry
  • Track 13-5Addictive Disorders
  • Track 13-6Regulation & Case reports

Chronic Hepatitis from HCV is a slowly progressive disease characterized by a persistent hepatic inflammation and a progression of hepatic rigidity (fibrosis). The chronic infection from the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is an important public health problem. In Spain, the prevalence of adults who have antibodies against this virus is 1.7%. There are several viral types (genotypes) that vary depending on factors such as, for example, ethnicity, where the “1b” genotype is the most frequent in Spain. Considering that it can develop as an asymptomatic infection, patients may be diagnosed if their doctors suspect that they present risk factors such as, having received blood transfusions, blood products, or anti-D immunoglobulin during pregnancy prior to 1990,Tattoos or perforations with unsterilized materials, Intravenous drug users, or intranasal cocaine users, Health sector workers, Dialysis patients, Individuals participating in high-risk sexual relationships and, more recently, the male homosexual practices.

  • Track 14-1Hepatitis C
  • Track 14-2Hepatitis Vaccination
  • Track 14-3Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  • Track 14-4Non-Viral Hepatitis
  • Track 14-5Hepatitis Care and Cure
  • Track 14-6Drug Discovery for Treatment of Hepatitis

Patient- and family-centered care is an innovative approach to the planning, delivery, and evaluation of health care that is grounded in a mutually beneficial partnership among patients, families, and providers that recognizes the importance of the family* in the patient’s life. When patient- and family centered care is practiced it shapes health care policies, programs, facility design, evaluation of health care, and day-to-day interactions among patients, families, physicians, and other health care professionals. Health care professionals who practice patient- and family-centered care recognize the vital role that families play in ensuring the health and well-being of children† and family members of all ages. These practitioners acknowledge that emotional, social, and developmental supports are integral components of health care.  

  • Track 15-1Family Medicine
  • Track 15-2Healthcare
  • Track 15-3Public Health
  • Track 15-4Geriatric Nursing
  • Track 15-5Critical Care & Emergency Nursing

Clinical Nurse Specialists are advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), who are licensed registered nurses with graduate degrees, at the master’s and/or doctoral level in a specialty. They have unique and advanced level competencies that can meet the increased needs of improving quality and reducing costs in the health care system. They are leaders of change in health organizations, developers of evidence-based programs to prevent avoidable complications, coaches of those with chronic diseases to prevent hospital readmissions, facilitators of teams in acute care and other facilities to improve the quality and safety of care and researchers seeking evidence-based interventions to improve the outcomes of care.

  • Track 16-1Nursing Education & Research
  • Track 16-2Clinical Nursing
  • Track 16-3Nursing Education
  • Track 16-4Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Track 16-5Legal Nursing
  • Track 16-6Standards For Clinical Nursing Education
  • Track 16-7Clinical Nursing-Advanced Specialty Courses

Nursing Pharmacology 2017 enables a remarkable platform for converting potential ideas into great business. The present conference will bring together a vast participation came from entrepreneurs,  Proposers, Investors, international financial organizations, business, organizations, academia and professionals in the field of oil and gas, field management and its related areas. This investment meet promotes the most enhanced and practical business for engaging people in to constructive discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business.A nurse entrepreneur is a nurse who uses their training, knowledge and medical expertise as a nurse to create and develop their own businesses within the healthcare field through the use of creativity, business systems, problem solving and successful investing strategies.

 

  • Track 17-1National Nurses in Business Association:
  • Track 17-2Nursing and Entrepreneurship: Perfect Together:
  • Track 17-3Nurse Entrepreneurs or Intrapreneurs