Theme: Introspection on child and family healthcare for implementation

Health Care 2018

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Health Care 2018

Health Care Conference 2018

With the support of organizing committee and worldwide organisations , we are  having immense pleasure to organize  "Annual child and family healthcare nursing conference"August-13-14 ,2018 at Bali, Indonesia.We  are cordially welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this upcoming healthcare conference to witness prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions, panel discussion..

Healthcare Conference 2018 will focus on the latest exciting and novel topics in all areas of childcare and family healthcare nursing. It offers an exclusive opportunity for those who are looking to obtain continuing medical grades and those who are willing to share their research expertise to the world. It provides a platform to the budding Nurses, doctors, researchers, students across the globe to meet exchange and perceive new scientific innovations.

The conference includes child health care workshops, discussion and special keynote sessions, poster presentation conducted by distinguished and renowned speakers who shine in the field of Healthcare, Paediatrics, family healthcare, nursing which include the topics as child nursing, family healthcare nursing, midwifery and women healthcare, dental family care, neonatal nursing, nursing informatics, nursing education and researches, primary care and family medicine etc.

This Annual Healthcare Conference also encourages the active participation of young student researchers, CEO’s, Delegates and industrial executives from Pharmaceutical and Health care sectors for the success of the conference.


Target Audience:

  • Leading world doctors
  • Nurses
  • Gynaecologist
  • Professors
  • Child psychologist
  • Registered nurses
  • Companies and medical research institutions
  • Pharmacists
  • Physicians
  • Educator Societies
  • Companies and medical research institutions
  • Family Medicine Specialists
  • Neonatologist
  • Primary Healthcare Associations and Societies
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Healthcare technology companies
  • Business Entrepreneurs 

Why to Attend?

Healthcare 2018 conference is the best platform to meet specialists and to share the views and knowledge related to Health measures and Health utilities. As well, better Primary Health and community support can also prevent inappropriate and unnecessary use of residential care services. It will also provide insight to the novel inventions and techniques. It is very advantageous for the Healthcare Practitioners and fellowship owners by providing knowledge in this field. Through this conference, child and family Healthcare sectors can be developed and can attain its standards.

The people all over the world should be focused on learning about Healthcare and its forwards in controlling the spread of infectious diseases in children and promote healthy lifestyle.

Why Indonesia?

Indonesia; having a beautiful natural wealth located mainly in Southeast Asia  is the world's largest island country with more than thirteen thousand islands. Indonesia is the world's 14th largest country in terms of land areas and the 7th largest in terms of combined sea and land areas. Indonesia consists of hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups. Bali; an island of Indonesia is also a province of Indonesia. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle and the area is surrounded with the highest biodiversity of marine species. Education in Indonesia is compulsory for twelve years and the literacy rate is 95.22% (2016).Government expenditure on healthcare is about 2.9% of GDP (2014). Every citizen is protected under the National Health Insurance, a scheme to implement universal health care launched by the Ministry of Health in 2014. It is expected that spending on healthcare will increase by 12% a year and reach US$46 billion a year by 2019.

Having a multicultural, multilingual and multi-ethnic society; each ethnic group has their own arts, architecture and housing, cuisine, traditional dresses, festivals, music and dance, rituals, myths, philosophies, and language.

Indonesia has become a tourist destination that is much coveted by both local and international travellers from around the world.


Highlights of latest advances on Health Care 2018

TRACK-1: Child Nursing

Child healthcare or child minding is a super vision of a child usually from age of six to thirteen. Children have a specific health needs and it is to be understand that how a healthy child develop towards his adulthoodCommunication plays a vital role in treating children with their families. General paediatrics provides the nursing care to children of all ages who are suffering from acute and chronic medical and surgical conditions. Nurses provide health care needs of all common disorders and educate patients and their families to develop the quality of life. Childcare providers are the 1st teachers of a child and play an important role in the system of early childhood education.

  • Genetic and hereditary influences

  • Concept of growth and development

  • Child and family communication

  • Chronic condition in child

  • Family centred care

TRACK-2:  Family Health Nursing

Family healthcare nursing is an art and science which has evolved last 20 years as a way of thinking and working with families. It identify health nursing needs of each family, to educate and guide family members, to cultivate health habits and maintain physical ,psychological ,spiritual environment. It also saves hospital beds that can be utilized for crucial cases. The four approaches include the family health nursing care are family as context, client, system and component of society. Elements of family nursing processes are –assessment of client’s problems, diagnosis of client responses that nurse can deal with, implementation of care, evaluation of success of implemented care.

  •  Develop self-care abilities

  • Optimal functioning for individual

  • Identify health and nursing needs and problems

  • Cultivate good personal health habits

TRACK-3: Paediatric Nursing

Paediatric nursing is a medical care of infants up to adolescence. It develops realistic, functional and coordinated home care plans for the children and families. Paediatric nurses analyse disease and harm, and give instruction and support to patients' families. General Paediatric provides the nursing care to children of all ages who are suffering from acute and chronic medical and surgical conditions. It also include preventive, promotive and rehabilitative care of children.

  •  Nursing care

  • Emergency nursing

  •  Paediatric nurse practitioner

  •   Patient advocacy

TRACK-4: Primary Healthcare Nursing

Primary Health Nursing is one of the most multifaceted areas of specialty practice in the 21st Century. Primary health care nurses observe the participation of people in planning and implementing their healthcare as human right and duty. The nurse work in a range of settings like community settings including the community controlled health services, the community health sector and roles within social service settings.

  •   Primary health promotion and protection

  •  Diagnosis of health status

  •   Plan and implementation of treatment

  •   Ensuring the quality of healthcare

TRACK-5: Nature of Primary Care

Primary care is a challenging enterprise which includes promoting health and preventing disease in the entire population in coordination with public health activities. Primary care could be considered as the care which is positioned between self-care and the remainder of the clinical enterprise. The knowledge base required in primary care includes elements from the biomedical, behavioural, and social sciences, clinical epidemiology, and biostatistics etc.

  •   Primary care optometry

  •   Innovative parental care

  •   Regional parental care

  •   Parental care psychology

  •  Patient satisfaction

  •  Appropriate and timely clinical care

  •  Community participation

TRACK-6: Dental Family Care

Dental Family Care provides convenient and affordable dental care for the entire family. It is the Oral hygiene, which keep the mouth and teeth clean in order to dental disorders. Family physicians commonly encounter patients with dental infections, such as dental caries and periodontal disease. Use of chemical like fluoride is the most effective prevention for dental plaque. Oral Health and Primary Dental care is caused by bacteria which explode the enamel and dentin; it can be detected by an oral examination that shows stained pits or fissures on the tooth surface. Oral malignancy is a carcinogenic tissue development which situated in the oral cavity.

  •  Paediatric dentistry

  • Oral health

  • Management of oral diseases

  •  Oral primary health care with tools and techniques

TRACK-7: Neonatal Nursing

Neonatal Nursing (neo means new and natal means birth) is a department of nursing which care for new-born infants up to 28 days after birth. Infants born with a variety of problems ranging from prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems are under neonatal nursing.  Nurses working on neonatal project are vital part of the neonatal care team and are required to know the basic new-born rejuvenation, control the infant’s temperature and know the initiation of cardiopulmonary and pulse oximetry monitoring.

             Because of significant medical advances and the efforts of physicians and nurses survival rates are 10 times better than 15 years ago. Neonatal nursing monitor the growth of the infants by the specialized procedure i.e.- care for the babies with low weight by giving specialized treatment, Neonatal specialists include healthy care of infants and their hygiene etc.

  • Caring for healthy new-born

  • Special care for premature indisposed infant

  • Extensive care in critically and complex infants

  • Surgical problem

TRACK-8: Midwifery and Women Health Nursing

Midwifery also referred as obstetrics or child birth assistant is the health profession which deals with gestation, labour and delivery, and the postpartum period besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. The midwife who is a trained professional has an important task in health counselling and education, not only for the woman, but also within the family and the community.

                     Women have a distinctive health issue. Women’s health is influenced not only by their biology but also by conditions such as poverty, employment, and family responsibilities etc. Women may get a healthy pregnancy by getting early and regular prenatal care. Ovarian tumour, uterine growth, vaginal tumour, cervical growth, and vulvar malignancy can be cured by Gynaecologic malignancies and women health nursing services.

  • Child birth and preterm birth prevention

  • Midwifery health science

  • Medical speciality

  • Obstetric complications

  • Pregnancy nutrition

  • Women's beauty

  •  Perinatal and reproductive health

  •  Breeding cycle management

  •  Cardiac disease and disorders in women

  • Maternal and child health

TRACK-9: Midwifery and Childcare Nursing

Midwifery is a health profession which focus on pregnant women and child birth. The description of infant and their care portray unique aspects of management by midwifery services in USA. The main motto of the trainees is to build a strong bonding with the patients throughout their pregnancy period because parents have so much doubt about their proper child care. But many nurse-midwives don’t provide extensive care in the hospital or birth centre place. With the advent of 21st century, diseases like erythroblastosis fetalis, respiratory distress syndrome, and low birth weight should be combated.

  • Neonatal drug allergy

  • Infant obesity

  • Mother and infant mental healthcare

  • Infant endocrine problems and research

  • Infant cardiac and respiratory disorders

TRACK-10: Breast Feeding

Breastfeeding is a life-aver act of love .Feeding the infant not only provides good nutrition but also gives a chance to hold the new-born close and emotionally connect to each other. It is the process of feeding of babies and young children with milk from a woman's breast. Before producing milk of a new mother, they release a thick, yellow substance called colostrum, which has immune properties and builds the baby’s immune system and promotes healthy growth and development of the neonates. Breast milk protects the baby against infection which is present in larger amounts in the second year of life than in the first.

  • Benefits of breast feeding

  • Health and nutrition

  • Feeding patterns

  • Breast feeding health tools

  • Gastroenteritis

  • Allergies

  • Chest infection

TRACK-11: Complication in Child Development and Care

Child development faces many complications like hereditary and environmental. Nutritional deficiency, use of drugs may deteriorate the infant health.

According to a study, children exposed to certain perinatal complications, especially birth asphyxia and preeclampsia, likely to be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Malnutrition, maternal depression and maternal substance those factors which have received particular attention by researchers.

  • Aggression and community violence

  • Developmental delay

  • Child development fundamentals

  • Conducting disorder masking as anger

TRACK-12: Nursing Education and Research

Nursing Education consisting of theoretical and practical training to enhance the development of the nursing profession by educating the nurses in their specific areas. Nursing Education and Research designed to develop the evidence about the issues and importance to the Nursing profession, including Nursing practice, nursing education, nursing administration, and nursing informatics. Nurse education focus upon rationalizing nursing interventions. New technologies are used for nursing practice which magnifies the quality of nursing.

  • Innovation in nursing education

  • Use of new technology

  • Online nursing programme

  • Nursing care professionals

  • Quantitative researches

  • Nursing information

TRACK-13: Primary Care and Family Medicine

Family medicine (FM) or family practice (FP) a restorative strength is compressive health maintenance for people of all durations; is named as family physician or family doctor or family specialist. Family physicians emphasize on disease prevention and health promotion. According to the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), the motive of family medicine is to provide personal, comprehensive, and continuing care for the individual in the context of the family and the community.

In Primary Care, family doctors offer the most care by visiting including Cancer research, cardiology diseases, Dental healthcare, diabetes and obesity, Dermal healthcare, HIV-AIDS healthcare. Moreover it is the information of the patient in the association of the family and the social affairs, which emphasize disease prevention.

  • Primary care behavioural services

  • Primary care clinic management

  • In infection disease

  • Surgery in primary healthcare

  • Community medicine

  • Family physician

  • Primary care preventive services

TRACK-14: Implication of Childcare

Childcare needs varieties of positive social relationship for which environment is to be appropriate. The adult and child ratios should be kept low. Regulation and informed parents ensure highest possible quality of care. Care providers also need to be valued by the society.

  • Developmentally appropriate environments

  • Adult child ratios must be low

  • Information to parents

TRACK-15: Recent Improvement in Childcare

Professional critical reflection is a main strategy for continuous improvement in child care. Educators are there to examine the changes or development in children transferring into formal schooling; lower problem behaviours and better behavioural skills are the main measures of developmental success for healthy functioning.

  • Hospital environment for an ailing child

  • Expansion in paediatric nurse

  • Advance changes in medical nursing care

  • Paediatric nurse master clinicians

TRACK-16:Healthcare and Chronic Diseases

A chronic condition is a disease which last for more than three months. Chronic diseases cannot be prevented by vaccines or cured by medication and become more common with age.  Health damaging behaviours like tobacco use, lack of physical activity, and poor eating habits are major contributors to the leading chronic diseases. Several lines of evidence are there which emphasize on realistic modifications of diet and lifestyle that can prevent most strokes, diabetes, cancer, and smoking-related cancers etc. By altering the manufacturing process can effectively improve diets because such action does not require the slow process of behavioural change. One example is taken by eliminating the partial hydrogenation of vegetable oils, which can destroys essential omega-3 fatty acids and creates Trans fatty acids. 

  • Healthcare in hypertension

  • Chronic Kidney Diseases

  • Asthma

  • Obesity

  • Diabetics mellitus

  • Primary healthcare in Hepatitis

TRACK-17: Healthcare and Management

Management is a system to harmonize the services which provided with healthcare organizations. Management has been defined as the process comprised of social and technical functions and activities, occurring within organizations for the purpose of accomplishing predetermined objectives through humans and other resources. Health care or health protection is the improvement of health which includes diagnosis, treatment, prevention of disease, illness and other physical and mental deterioration in human beings. It also referred to healthcare administration, which is the administration, management or oversight of healthcare systems, public health systems, hospitals, entire hospital networks or other medical facilities.

                        Government Health protection arranges the Healthcare Management Associations, and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. Social insurance with a huge gathering standout amongst the most noteworthy Healthcare meeting. It incorporates sessions Healthcare Finance, Healthcare Statistics, Healthcare Marketing and Industry, Family medicinal services protection advances in Healthcare etc.

  • Occupational health and safety

  • Healthcare marketing and industry

  • Finance and statistics

  • Advances in healthcare

TRACK-18: Nursing Informatics

Nursing Informatics (NI) is a skill that integrates nursing science with numerous information management and analytical sciences. It is used in identification, definition, management and in communicating data, information, knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practice. As per the TIGER Report, Nursing Informatics is defined by the American Nurses Association (ANA) .Nursing informatics  implement information systems in a variety of settings,  between health care providers, patients  technical staff, and ensure that high quality data are captured and translated. So that it can improve health outcomes.

  • Enhancing quality of nursing practice

  • Health care associated costs reduced

  • Use of digital device

                                                                      Related Conferences

                                                          Related Societies

  Asia pacific and Middle East:

  1.  Bangladesh Nurses Association
  2.  College of Nursing Hong Kong
  3.  Persatuan Parawat Nasional Indonesia
  4.  Japanese Nursing Association
  5.  Korean Nurses Association
  6.  Nurses Association of Macao
  7.  Malaysian Nurses Association
  8.  Philippine Nurses Association (PNA)
  9.  Singapore Nurses Board
  10.  The Nurses Association of the Republic of China


  1.  American Assisted Living Nurses Association
  2.  American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)
  3.  The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
  4.  American Organization of Nurse Executives
  5.  Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses
  6.  Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health's (NPWH)
  7.  Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation
  8.  National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
  9.  Society Of Paediatric Nurses
  10.  National Association of Neonatal Nurses


  1.  The European Federation Of Critical Care Nursing Associations
  2.  Norwegian Nursing Federation (NSF)
  3.  Association of Community Nursing
  4.  European Specialist Nurses Organisations
  5.  The Danish Nurses' Organization
  6.  Finnish Nurses Association
  7.  European Nurse Directors Association (ENDA)
  8.  Icelandic Nurses Association
  9.  Romanian Nursing Association
  10.  Swedish Association of Health Professionals

Scope and importance:

Families have expectations to help in their child's care but they require clear guidance, information and support from nurses. Parents were uncertain and anxious about how their role fitted in with nurses' roles. So consultation of roles would have been useful for better care. Children preferred the nurses to deliver more technical/medical care because nurses are more expert than parents.

So, this is an excellent opportunity to bring together worldwide distinguished academics in the field of nursing and healthcare, public health professionals, nurse educators, researchers, physicians, paediatricians and healthcare professionals to provide absolute knowledge in reference to healthcare.

Worldwide top Nursing Universities:

  • University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Johns Hopkins University,  USA
  • University of Toronto, Canada
  • University of Alberta, Canada
  • King's College London, UK
  • University of Michigan, USA
  • The University of Manchester, UK
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
  • University of California, San Francisco, USA
  • University of Washington, USA
  • University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • The University of Sydney, Australia
  • University of Southampton, UK
  • University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
  • Monash University, Australia
  • Yale University, USA
  • National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
  • The University of Melbourne, Australia
  • University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Deakin University, Australia

Nursing Organization

According to a report, the global market for health and medical insurance providers  have extended $1.1 trillion in 2016 and it is estimated that the market will  reach $1.6 trillion in 2020 from $1.2 trillion in 2017 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.6% for 2016-2020.

Rising treatment cost is one of the most important areas of concern amongst government and health organizations which increase the healthcare cost.


World Healthcare Expenditure

Health care is the improvement of health which includes diagnosis, treatment, prevention of disease, illness and other physical and mental deterioration in human beings.

                                                       Market Value (In Trillion)

Public and private health systems have been facing great pressures and declining margins for years. As a result, spending is expected to be driven by aging and growing populations, developing market expansion, clinical and technology advances etc. As health care costs is increasing day by day, accessibility and insurance coverage become problematic. Health care providers are also collaborating to gain competitive advantage.

                                             Segments of Healthcare Industry



New Research on Childhood Obesity

As indicated by an examination, in the course of recent years, youth heftiness rates have in truth held unfaltering. What's more, regardless of very much supported and exceptionally plugged national crusades to battle heftiness, youth stoutness has really expanded in specific gatherings. Heftiness is a prickly issue since it includes such a significant number of variables. One principle reason is the accessibility of shoddy nourishment that is high in fat and low in sustenance. From fast food eateries to comfort stores to their own kitchens, kids are encompassed by unhealthy nourishments that may fulfil an underlying wanting however don't keep them full. Heftiness is happening in all ages, including ladies of regenerative age.

At least one elements (hereditary, behavioural and ecological) cause stoutness in kids. Physical, mental, and social medical issues are caused because of youth stoutness. Subsequently, compelling mediation systems are being utilized to avert and control stoutness in youngsters.

Putting on abundance weight amid pregnancy puts the mother at higher danger of creating gestational diabetes, and being conceived extensive is connected to youth stoutness. Heavier new-borns might probably store muscle to fat ratio than ordinary weight new-borns, which may meddle with glucose direction and the craving control frameworks of the mind, thus setting kids up to get significantly heavier all through adolescence and into adulthood. For kids who require a more exceptional intercession, there is likewise an eight-week class that joins slim down alteration, expanded physical action, push diminishment methodologies and behavioural parent preparing to assemble sound living propensities that will add to weight reduction. Children do things like measure fats and sugars in like manner snacks, take an interest in a family sustenance scrounger chase at a neighbourhood nourishment store and create productions to show sound and undesirable dietary patterns.

Kids who weren't breastfed were 50 % more inclined to be large, the examination likewise found. The examination's creators additionally found that the dung of new-born children destined to overweight moms contained more Lachnospiraceae microorganisms than the excrement of infants from ordinary weight moms. Strikingly, indulges conceived by means of caesarean area had an alternate kind of Lachnospiraceae microorganisms from those conceived vaginally.

Children and Chronic Diseases 

Children who are influenced with chronic conditions may have some activity problems, constant pain or discomfort, abnormal growth and development and more prescription, patient’s visits and medical treatments etc. Children with incessant conditions which show up in early youth will react uniquely in contrast to youngsters. School-aged children may be mostly affected by the inability to attend school and form relationships with peers.

Children often have acute, short-term illnesses such as upper respiratory tract or ear infections, gastrointestinal illness with vomiting and diarrhoea or injury-related problems. Some common chronic illnesses include asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes mellitus and depression. Conditions that affect the physical appearance of an infant (e.g., cleft lip and palate, hydrocephalus) can affect the bond between the infant and family members or caretakers also.

According to a study, exposure to multiple vaccine antigens before 2 years of age does not appear to increase the risk for other infectious diseases between 2 and 4 years of age.  Some researchers find that specifically, the mean number of antigens was 240.6 for children with a confirmed infection and 242.9 for children without an infection.

Regular medical care is important for all children to increase the chance that a chronic disease is diagnosed and treated early, lessening the overall impact on the child and family.


Chronic kidney disease linked to lower IQ in children

According to a research, chronic kidney diseases in children not only affect the physical health but also impact the neurocognitive function, academic performance and mental health in children which lead to long-term consequences in adulthood.

Children with chronic kidney disease face many problems related to attention, visual and verbal memory, besides their declining physical health.The disease affect the children by scoring lower marks in tests of academic skills related to mathematics, reading and spelling.

Based upon the research, the researchers examine 3000 affected chronic kidney diseases patients under the age of 21 and found the results which showed that children with chronic kidney diseases had lower scores than the general population in executive function and memory domains.


New Research on Scarlet Fever

Scarlet fever may follow a throat infection caused by bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes or group-A beta-haemolytic streptococcus.

It is (also known as scarlatina) is an illness that can happen in kids who also have strep throat or strep skin infections.  The symptoms of the diseases are like the telltale rash which is the main sign of scarlet fever. It usually starts on the neck and face, often leaving a clear area around the mouth. It expands to the chest and back, lastly to the rest of the body.

In this period of time eating can be painful for kids with severe strep throat, so serving soft foods or a liquid diet may be best. For fever or throat pain, acetaminophen or ibuprofen can be given.

The bacterial infection that causes scarlet fever is contagious. Kids with scarlet fever can spread the bacteria to others through sneezing and coughing. Antibiotics used to treat scarlet fever include penicillin, cephalexin, amoxicillin, azithromycin, clarithromycin and clindamycin.

New Technology Helping smallest Infants Progress Faster

Several new technologies are now used for helping smallest babies with more rapid and healthier weight gain. Doctors have begun by using a device known as the Pea Pod to measure the body composition of the infants. By look the Pea Pod is just like a mini MRI machine. It is heated, and the baby is placed inside for approximately 3 minutes. The machine senses change in pressure and can determine the percentage of body weight by using an air displacement method. With this information health care workers can customize the baby's nutritional supplements and help them with appropriate weight gain.

In addition to improving nutrition, Scientists are also using new specially designed mattresses to help improve sleep patterns and head shape development in preemies. The mattress is known as Life nest, which is oval-shaped netting in the centre and is intended to reduce pressure on different parts of the baby's body including the head.

So, these new technologies are helping us reduce the babies' stay in the NICU (Neonatal intensive care unit) and sending them home to their families, where they belong.

Role of Folic Acid in Childhood Allergy

A new study recommends that taking folic acid in late pregnancy may build the danger of hypersensitivities like allergy in offspring affected by intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR).

Folic acid is a type of vitamin B, which has been appeared to prevent defects in the neural tube -- the precursor to the central nervous system -- in a developing foetus. The neural tube develops in the principal month of pregnancy. Medical professionals regularly prescribe women to take folic acid supplement during the primary stage of pregnancy. But taking folic acid may not be required in the last stages of pregnancy. Because it may increases the risk of allergies in offspring.

Australian researchers studied on lambs regarding this topic like taking mothers with a smaller-than-normal placenta, mother with a smaller placenta that that included folic acid in the last month of gestation and mother with normal placenta and normal diet.

The research team explored systemic inflammation and tested skin reactions and found that the first group had higher levels of inflammation but no difference in skin reaction than the other two groups when exposed to dust mites. However, when the researchers experimented with egg white protein, the result indicated higher rates of allergic reaction than the first group. The results help the scientists to understand that this type of allergy risk is also affect humans as well.


'New'Types of Diabetes

Diabetes just got a little more complicated when a person's blood sugar (glucose) levels are too high. It's an increasingly common disease now. According to a new study, researchers are classifying diabetes as five types of disease, rather than two types.

Dr. Kathleen Wyne, an endocrinologist suggests that the new classification could be very useful for human beings.  According to her, “This is not changing the diagnosis or the terminology for the diagnosis," but it’s just providing a way to classify type 1 and type 2diabetes.

The clusters were:

Cluster 1- It is called the “severe autoimmune diabetes”. People in this cluster were not overweight when they were diagnosed.

Cluster 2- It refers to "severe insulin-deficient diabetes’’ and people in this group may have a deficiency in the cells which produce insulin.

Cluster 3- Called "severe insulin-resistant diabetes" in which insulin is prepared by the patient bodies, but their cells in body are not responding to it.

Cluster 4- Refers "mild obesity-related diabetes" this form occurred in people who had a mild form of the disease, without metabolic problems.

Cluster 5- Called "mild age-related diabetes" was the most common form of diabetes, affecting about 40 % of people in the study and the people were older at their age of diagnosis.


A lower-than-normal concentration of oxygen in arterial blood, as opposed to anoxia is called hypoxemia or hypoxia. These are so dangerous which can damage the brain, liver, and other organs just minutes after symptoms start. The most common hypoxia symptoms are:

  • Changes in the colour of your skin, ranging from blue to cherry red
  • Confusion
  • Fast heart rate
  • Rapid breathing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sweating
  • Wheezing

The timeline from initial hypoxia to death or brain damage varies with the degree of oxygen deprivation. Minor oxygen deprivation only causes damage over time, but true hypoxia triggers near-instantaneous damage.

Treatment for Hypoxia:

A technique called The Dobkin Technique may slow the brain damage. To utilize Dobkin, put super cold water or a cold compress on the face and eyes of the hypoxia patient. The pack must be beneath 58 degrees, and must stay on the patient's face until the point when help arrives, or unless a medicinal expert instructs you to do something else.

Preterm Birth and its Prevention

Babies conceived before 34 weeks have a higher chance of passing on not long after birth or getting to be disabled than babies conceived at term. Preterm labor happens when regular contractions result in the opening of your cervix after week 20 and before week 37 of pregnancy. Preemies can also have long-term mental and physical disabilities. In developed countries, preterm birth is the leading cause of perinatal mortality as well as morbidity. In singleton pregnancies the possibility that a lady will start giving birth and convey before 34 weeks is around 1%. In twin pregnancies, the shot of such untimely birth is 10-15%.

Signs and symptoms of preterm labor:

  • Regular or frequent sensations of abdominal tightening (contractions)
  • Constant low, dull backache
  • A sensation of pelvic abdominal pressure
  • Mild abdominal cramps
  • Vaginal spotting or light bleeding

Strategies to Prevent Preterm Delivery:

In women with single incubation pregnancy and a history of spontaneous preterm delivery, antenatal progesterone treatment is the best system to diminish the danger of an intermittent preterm delivery. Progesterone supplementation is helpful in these ladies beginning at 16 to 24 weeks' gestation and proceeding through 34 weeks' growth. The use of corticosteroids is associated with diminished neonatal morbidity and mortality.

Some steps also can be followed like-

  • Treat any infections and have chronic medical problems addressed before you get pregnant.
  • Stay as close as conceivable to your optimal weight.
  • Stop smoking, drinking and using any illicit drugs.

New Insights into Baby Reflux

Reflux, also known as spitting up, which happens when the milk that baby has swallowed comes back up into his food pipe (oesophagus). On a research by Australian study reveals interesting findings about baby reflux and the root of its causes.

Baby reflux also known as Gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) occurs when the muscles between a baby’s food pipe (oesophagus) and stomach, temporarily relax. The stomach contents may come back up into the oesophagus or mouth because muscles are not fully developed.

This practice usually improves by itself by the time babies are infants.

But Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) becomes more serious when reflux leads to complications. Symptoms which show pain and discomfort in the chest or upper abdomen, gagging, frequent vomiting, excessive weight loss and delayed development.

The university’s School of Nursing and Midwifery analysed the project by analyse the hospital records from 2000-2011 and finally came to a result which were published in BMC Paediatrics, revealed maternal anxiety had strong associations with having a baby admitted in hospital with reflux.

In some case, a very small number of babies who are affected with serious underlying conditions such as cerebral palsy  operation may be needed to treat GORD by tightening the ring of muscle at the bottom of the oesophagus.

Reflux, also known as spitting up, which happens when the milk that baby has swallowed comes back up into his food pipe (oesophagus). On a research by Australian study reveals interesting findings about baby reflux and the root of its causes.

Baby reflux also known as Gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) occurs when the muscles between a baby’s food pipe (oesophagus) and stomach, temporarily relax. The stomach contents may come back up into the oesophagus or mouth because muscles are not fully developed.

This practice usually improves by itself by the time babies are infants.

But Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) becomes more serious when reflux leads to complications. Symptoms which show pain and discomfort in the chest or upper abdomen, gagging, frequent vomiting, excessive weight loss and delayed development.

The university’s School of Nursing and Midwifery analysed the project by analyse the hospital records from 2000-2011 and finally came to a result which were published in BMC Paediatrics, revealed maternal anxiety had strong associations with having a baby admitted in hospital with reflux.

In some case, a very small number of babies who are affected with serious underlying conditions such as cerebral palsy  operation may be needed to treat GORD by tightening the ring of muscle at the bottom of the oesophagus.


Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)

Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib) is a bacterium in charge of serious pneumonia, meningitis and other obtrusive diseases almost only in kids matured less than 5 years. Hib likewise causes possibly serious fiery diseases of the face, mouth, blood, epiglottis, joints, heart, bones, peritoneum, and trachea. The most common types of invasive disease caused by H. influenzae are:

  • Pneumonia (lung contamination)
  • Bacteraemia (circulatory system contamination)
  • Meningitis (infection of the tissue covering of the brain and spinal cord)
  • Epiglottitis (swelling in the throat)
  • Cellulitis (skin infection)

How It Spreads:

This happens when someone who has the microscopic organisms or bacteria in their nose or throat. People who are not sick but have the bacteria in their noses and throats in any case spread the microorganisms. That is the means by which H. influenza spreads more often than not.

Before routine utilization of the Hib immunization in 1988, around 20,000 kids had Hib diseases every year, including 12,000 cases of bacterial meningitis. Vaccines are the o main general wellbeing instrument equipped for keeping the greater part of genuine Hib ailment. Hib vaccines are safe and efficacious even when administered in earliest stages of infancy.

Radiation Therapy to Treat Cancer

Radiation therapy (likewise called radiotherapy) is a cancer treatment in which high doses of radiations are used to kill the cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation therapy does not kill growth cells immediately. It takes long days of treatment before DNA is harmed enough for growth cells to die. There are mainly 2 types of radiation therapy can be observed i.e. external and internal.

When treatments are used to ease symptoms, they are known as palliative treatments. External beam radiation may shrink tumors to treat pain and other problems caused by the tumor, such as inconvenience breathing or loss of inside and bladder control. Inner radiation treatment is regularly used to treat diseases of the head and neck, breast, cervix, prostate, eye, and certain types of thyroid cancer.

Radiation can cause symptoms that make it difficult to eat, for example, sickness, mouth injuries, and throat issues called esophagitis.

Side-effects of radiation therapy:

  • loss of appetite
  • nausea (feeling sick)
  • digestive issues
  • hair loss
  • dry or sore throat or mouth

Other radiation therapy options are as follows:

Intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT): This treatment is useful when vital organs are close to the tumor.

Radio immunotherapy: It uses monoclonal antibodies to deliver radiation directly to cancer cells.

Radio sensitizers and radio protectors: Researchers are studying radio sensitizers and radio protectors are substances that protect healthy tissues near the treatment area.

Trends of Robotics in Healthcare

Robotics plays a growing and critical role in digitization of healthcare sector. Application of robot based technology in medical industry has emerged beyond manufacturing or industrial robots itself in recent years. Medical robots are used for assistance in medical transportation & tele-presence, sanitation, disinfection, and prescription dispensing.

Industry players are spending on R&D to develop robotic systems that can treat major injuries. The major focus of R&D is to provide reliable and safer robotic systems for patients.

 According to a report, North America holds the largest market share around 43% in 2015 and is anticipated to witness healthy growth over the forecast period. Expanding utilizations of medical robots mainly hospitals and pharmacy robots, surgical robots etc. in U.S. and Canada is probably going to upgrade the development for medical robotics in the region.

Companies like Verb Surgical, joint venture of Johnson & Johnson and Google have invested around USD 250 million in developing faster and easy to use medical robots in the near future.

However, high expenses of careful mechanical methodology, surgical systems, and restoration exoskeleton are restraining the growth of medical robotics market. Absence of awareness about advance robotic solutions and absence of in fact talented work force are likewise obstructing the market development.

Antacids,Antibiotics linked to later Allergies in Babies

Study recommends that, new born children who are given antacids like Zantac or Pepcid will probably create childhood allergies, perhaps because these drugs maybe in light of the fact that may modify their gut bacteria.

Records shows, kids born between 2001 and 2016, 10 percent of the babies received antacids, reflecting the popularity of treating reflux in infancy.

For kids who received an antacid during their initial a half year, the chances of developing a food allergy multiplied and the chances of building up a serious unfavourably severe allergic reaction called anaphylaxis or hay fever were around 50 percent higher.

Gut bacteria play an important role in a healthy immune system. Antibiotics and antacids might change the makeup of a baby’s micro biome. Antacids additionally change the way protein is processed and some may modify advancement of immune system pathways.


 Family Nursing 2017 

28th International Conference on Family Nursing and Healthcare was held during September 11-13, 2017  San Antonio, USA at Hilton San Antonio Airport, San Antonio, USA with the theme “Creating a Higher standard of Healthcare”. Benevolent response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members as well as from the Scientists, Doctors, Professors, Nursing Lecturers, Nurses, Pharmaceutical Industries, Healthcare Industries, Researchers and Students from the fields Nursing & Healthcare, who made this event successful.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

Nursing Education & Research

Family Medicine

Health Care

Surgical Nursing

Types of Nursing

Cardiac Nursing

Cancer Nursing

Pediatric Nursing

Midwifery & Women Health Nursing

Public Health

Critical care Nursing & Emergency Nursing

Clinical Nursing

Psychiatric and Mental Health

Geriatric Nursing

Nursing Practice

Legal Nursing

Tele Medicine & e-health

The conference was initiated with a series of lectures delivered by both Honourable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The list included:

Patricia M Davidson, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Cindy Sickora, UT Health San Antonio, USA

Valerie Dzubur, Samuel Merritt University USA

Sherry L. Donaworth, University of Cincinnati USA

Michelle Sherlin, Holyoke Community College, USA

Teresa Beaudry, Holyoke Community College, USA

Constance Ann Thomas, Indiana State University, USA

Barbara Whitman Lancaster, Middle Tennessee State University, USA

Diane Ames, Concordia University, USA

Kim White, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, USA

Judy Kaye Smith, Lamar University, USA

Gwenn Scott, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA

Cheryl Juneau, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, USA

Theodore Albert Metzler, Kramer School of Nursing, USA

With the grand success of Family Nursing-2017 we are proud to announce the “Annual Child and Family Healthcare Nursing Conference” to be held during August 13-14, 2018, Bali, Indonesia."

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Let us meet again @ Healthcare 2018


Top Nursing Universities in USA

  • Gonzaga University Department of Nursing, Spokane

  • Northwest University Buntain School of Nursing, Kirkland

  • Columbia University School of Nursing, New York City

  • CUNY Lehman College School of Nursing, The Bronx, New York City

  • New York University College of Nursing, New York City

  • Phillips Beth Israel School of Nursing, New York City

  • California State University, Bakersfield Department of Nursing, Bakersfield

  • California State University, Fullerton School of Nursing, Fullerton

  • California State University, Long Beach School of Nursing, Long Beach

  • California State University, Los Angeles School of Nursing, Los Angeles

  • California State University, San Bernardino Department of Nursing, San Bernardino

  • Mount St. Mary's College Department of Nursing, Los Angeles

  • Columbus State University Department of Nursing, Columbus

  • Columbus Technical College Associate Degree Nursing, Columbus

  • Alabama Southern Community College, Monroeville

  • Auburn University School of Nursing, Auburn

  • Auburn University at Montgomery School of Nursing, Montgomery

  • Bevill State Community College, Jasper

  • Bishop State Community College, Mobile

  • Calhoun Community College, Decatur

  • Central Alabama Community College, Childersburg

  • Chattahoochee Valley Community College, Phenix City

  • Faulkner State Community College, Bay Minette

  • Fortis College, Montgomery

  • Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden

  • Herzing University, Birmingham

  • ITT Technical Institute, Birmingham, Madison, and Mobile

  • Jacksonville State University College of Nursing, Jacksonville

  • Jefferson Davis Community College, Brewton

  • Jefferson State Community College, Birmingham

  • Judson College, Marion

  • Lawson State Community College, Birmingham

  • Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, Opp

  • Northeast Alabama Community College, Rainsville

  • Northwest Shoals Community College, Campbell

  • Oakwood University, Huntsville

  • Samford University, Birmingham

  • Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa

  • Snead State Community College, Boaz

  • South University, Montgomery

  • Southern Union State Community College, Opelika

  • Spring Hill College, Mobile

  • Troy University School of Nursing, Troy and Montgomery

  • Tuskegee University, Tuskegee

  • University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing, Birmingham

  • University of Alabama in Huntsville College of Nursing, Huntsville

  • University of Mobile, Mobile

  • University of North Alabama College of Nursing and Allied Health, Florence

  • University of South Alabama College of Nursing, Mobile

  • University of West Alabama School of Nursing, Livingston

  • Virginia College, Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile

  • Wallace Community College, Dothan

  • Wallace State Community College, Hanceville

  • Wallace Community College Selma, Selma


Top Nursing Universities in Europe

  • Karlova University

  • University of Kuopio

  • University of Tampere

  • University of Turku

  • Institute of Nursing Science

  • Nursing at the University Hospital, Hamburg

  • Ulm University Hospital: Nursing School

  • National & Kapodistrian University of Athens

  • Dublin City University

  • University College Cork

  • University College Dublin

  • Trinity College, Dublin - School of Nursing & Midwifery Studies

  • University of Bergen: Division for Nursing Sciences

  • Oslo University College

  • Medical University of Silesia

  • Karol Marcinkowski" University of Medical Sciences in Poznan

  • Oradea University: Faculty of Medicine

  • The "Iuliu Hatieganu" University: College of Nursing

  • Volgograd Medical Academy

  • Samara State Medical University

  • The Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

  • University of Maribor

  • University School of Nursing Alicante

  • University School of Nursing Valencia

  • Sevilla University

  • Nursing in Bizkaia

  • School of Nursing and Physiotherapy Blanquerna

  • School of Nursing at the Univ. Barcelona

  • International University of Catalonia

  • Centre for Caring Sciences: Uppsala, Sweden

  • Red Cross College of Nursing and Health

Top Nursing Universities in Middle East

  • Alexandria University

  • Cairo University

  • The American University in Cairo (AUC)

  • University of Al-Azhar

  • The University of Jordan

  • Philadelphia University Jordan

  • American University of Kuwait

  • The American University of Beirut (AUB)

  • The Lebanese American University (LAU)

  • Université Saint-Joseph (USJ)

  • American University of Technology

  • Notre Dame University

  • Sultan Qaboos University

  • Qatar University

  • Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar

  • Qena Faculty of Medicine (SVU)

  • Kasr El-Aini Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University

  • Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine

  • Alexandria Faculty of Medicine

  • Mansoura Faculty of Medicine

  • Mansoura Manchester Medical Programme

  • Faculty of Medicine Zagazig University

  • Benha Faculty of Medicine, Benha University [1]

  • Fayoum Faculty of Medicine [2]

  • Assiut Faculty of Medicine

  • Suez Canal Faculty of Medicine

  • Minia Medical School

  • Monofia Faculty of Medicine

  • Sohag Faculty of Medicine

  • Tanta Faculty of Medicine

  • October 6 university Faculty of Medicine

  • Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) Faculty of Medicine, MUST Faculty of Medicine

  • Misr International University (MIU) - Faculty of Dentistry and Pharmacy.

  • Al-Azhar Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University

  • King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh

  • College of Medicine, University of Bisha, Bisha

  • Faculty of Medicine, King Fahad Medical City, Riyadh

  • Salman bin abdlaziz university, Al-kharj, College of Medicine in Al-kharj

  • Global Colleges Private medical school in RiyadhAlfaisal University, Riyadh (Private, Non Profit Medical School)

  • Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University, college of medicine, Riyadh,

  • King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah

  • King Abdulaziz University, Jizan

  • King Saud University, Riyadh.College of medicine.

  • University of Dammam, Dammam

  • King Faisal University, Al Ahsa

  • King Khalid University, Abha

  • Umm al-Qura University, Makkah

  • Taif University, Taif

  • Al Qaseem University Buridah, Alqaseem

  • Al Jouf University, Al Jouf

  • Taibah University, Madinah

  • Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies, Jeddah (Private Medical School)

  • Batterjee Medical College, Jeddah (Private Medical School)

  • University of Hail, Medicine college, Hail Region.

  • Tabuk University, Tabuk

  • Al-Majmaah University, College of Medicine, Majmaah,

  • Unaizah College of Medicine, Unaizah,

  • Maarefa Medical College, Riyadh (Private, Medical School)

  • Gulf medical university

  • RAK Medical and Health Sciences University

  • Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

  • Harvard Medical School for Global Health Delivery

  • Dubai Medical College

  • Dubai School of Dental Medicine

  • Al Ain University of Science and Technology

  • Al Falah University

  • Abu Dhabi University

  • Al Khawarizmi international college

  • ALHOSN University

  • Emirates College for Advanced Education

  • Emirates College of Technology

  • Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies (EIBFS) - Abu Dhabi branch

  • European International College

  • Higher Colleges of Technology - Abu Dhabi and Al Ain branches

  • INSEAD - Abu Dhabi[citation needed]

  • Khalifa University Abu Dhabi branch

  • Masdar Institute of Science and Technology

  • National Defense College of the United Arab Emirates

  • New York Institute of Technology

  • New York University Abu Dhabi

  • Palpa University

  • Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi

  • The Petroleum Institute - Abu Dhabi branch[citation needed]

  • Syscoms College, Abu Dhabi]

  • Syscoms Institute

  • United Arab Emirates University

  • University of Strathclyde Business School - Abu Dhabi Campus

  • Zayed University - Abu Dhabi branch

Top Nursing Universities in Asia

  • National University of Singapore

  • University of Hong Kong

  • Seoul National University

  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)

  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Peking University

  • Seoul National University

  • City University of Hong Kong

  • Pohang University of Science & Technology

  • The University of Tokyo, Japan

  • National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

  • Kyoto University, Japan

  • University of Hong Kong (HKU), Hong Kong

  • Peking University, China

  • Seoul National University (SNU), South Korea

  • National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan

  • Osaka University, Japan

  • Tsinghua University, China

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Hong Kong

  • Peking Union Medical College

  • Capital Medical University

  • Medical University Of Tianjin

  • Hebei Medical University

  • Anhui Medical University

  • North China Coal Medical University

  • Changzhi Medical College

  • China Medical University

  • Liaoning Medical University

  • Shenyang Medical College

  • Jilin University

  • Beihua University

  • Harbin Medical University

  • Fudan University

  • Nanjing Medical University

  • Soochow University

  • Yangzhou University

  • Southeast University

  • Zhejiang University

  • Wenzhou Medical University

  • Chengde Medical College

  • Bengbu Medical College

  • Fujian Medical University

  • Shandong University

  • Qiingdao University

  • Jining Medical University

  • Taishan Medical University

  • Weifang Medical University

  • Binzhou Medical University

  • Zhengzhou University

  • Xinxiang Medical University

  • Wuhan University

  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology

  • Yunyang Medical College

  • Central South University

  • University of South China

  • Jinan University

  • Zhongshan Medical University

  • Southern Medical University

  • Guangzhou Medical College

  • Shantou University

  • Sichuan University

  • Chengdu University

  • Kunming Medical University

  • Dali Medical College

  • Xi'an Jiao Tong University

  • Peihua University

  • Northwest University For Nationalities

  • Xinjiang Medical University

  • Changsha Medical University

  • Hebei Medical University

  • Liaoning Medical University

  • Nantong University

  • Gannan School of Medicine

  • Jinggangshan University

  • Jiujiang University

  • Henan University

  • Yangtze University

  • Jianghan University

  • Guangdong Pharmaceutical University

  • Shaoguan University

  • Jiaying University

  • Guilin Medical College

  • Hainan Medical University

  • Southwest Medical University

  • Zunyi Medical College

 Hospitals Associated with Paediatrics Worldwide

  • Canada Children’s & Women’s Hospital

  • Centennial Hills Hospital

  • Horizon Specialty Hospital

  • John Hopkins Medical Institutions

  • Kindred Hospital Las Vegas-Sahara

  • Lifecare Complex Care Hospital at Tenaya

  • Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

  • New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell

  • North Vista Hospital

  • North-Western Memorial Hospital, Chicago

  • Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation

  • UC Davis Children’s Hospital

  • Texas Children’s’ Hospital

  • The Children Hospital of Philadelphia, PA.

  • Shriners Hospital for Children

  • South Lyon Medical Center

  • St. Louis Children’s Hospital

  • Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center

  • University of Iowa Children’s Hospital

  • Valley Hospital Medical Center

  • Yale-New Haven Hospital

Universities Associated with Paediatrics Worldwide

  • Brown University, US.

  • Cambridge University, England.

  • Central Queensland University, Queensland.

  • Columbia University, Columbia.

  • David Geffen School of Medicine, California.

  • Duke University, North Carolina.

  • Flinders University, Australia.

  • Harvard University, Massachusetts

  • Monash University, Australia.

  • Oxford University, England.

  • Stanford School of Medicine, California.

  • The University of Melbourne, Australia.

  • The University of Queensland

  • The University of Texas

  • The University of Western Australia

  • Thomas Jefferson University

  • UC San Diego School of Medicine

  • UCSF School of Medicine

  • University of Alabama School of Medicine

  • University of Arizona College of Medicine

  • University of Chicago

  • University of Pittsburgh

  • University of Tasmania

  • University of Toronto

  • University of Western Sydney






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