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2nd Annual Conference on Pediatric Nursing and Healthcare, will be organized around the theme “Innovation, Initiation and Implementation in Pediatric Healthcare”

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Pediatric nursing is an emerging field in pediatric basic care and the scientific treatment of childhood from conception to adolescence. Pediatric nurses perform physical exams and provide instruction and support to the families of patients. General pediatric provides nursing care to children of all the age groups who suffer from acute and chronic medical and surgical conditions. Nurses teach parents to observe and expect important signals and responses to therapies, to build and increase the child's comfort, and even to provide advanced care.

 

  • Track 1-1Health maintenance care
  • Track 1-2Disabled Child Care
  • Track 1-3Mental Disorders
  • Track 1-4Infectious Diseases
  • Track 1-5Patient advocacy
  • Track 1-6Developmental disorders
  • Track 1-7Diagnosis and treatment of common childhood illnesses
  • Track 1-8Routine developmental screenings
  • Track 1-9Pediatric Nursing in Changing Society
  • Track 1-10Delivery of immunizations
  • Track 1-11Focus on translational research

The fundamental part of nursing experts is to provide the benefits of primary and specialized care services along with the management of the patient's history and physical examination. Pediatric nurses provide protection and intensive care in all settings to young people and infants by performing physical exams, analysing diseases and injuries, giving instruction and support to patients' families.

Nursing is the protection, progress and improvement of health and abilities, the anticipation of disease and damage, reparation, the mitigation of anguish through the analysis and treatment of human reaction and support under the attentive look at people, families, meetings and groups and populations.

The work of the health nurses in the extension of sharing the qualities is the first level contact piece with the health framework. According to recent surveys, the number of child deaths increases each year due to the lack of advanced medical care equipment. Therefore, doctors and nurses are at the forefront of reducing mortality rates worldwide.

 

  • Track 2-1Plan of care and Implementation of Treatment
  • Track 2-2Ensuring the Quality of Healthcare
  • Track 2-3Primary Health Promotion and Protection
  • Track 2-4Diagnosis of Health Status
  • Track 2-5Routine developmental screenings
  • Track 2-6Delivery of immunizations
  • Track 2-7Pediatric Nursing in Changing Society
  • Track 2-8Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Track 2-9Child trafficking

The neonatal is a strong point of the nursing that works with clear babies with a series of problems that go from the lack of precaution, the delivery of births, the contamination, the disfigurations of the heart and the surgical problems. Neonatal nursing (neo means new and natal means birth) is a nursing department that cares for new-born babies up to 28 days after birth. Babies born with a variety of problems ranging from prematurity, birth defects, infection, heart malformations and surgical problems are under neonatal nursing. Nurses who work in the neonatal project are a vital part of the neonatal care team and are required to know the basic rejuvenation of the new-born, control the temperature of the baby and know the start of cardiopulmonary monitoring and pulse oximetry. The neonatal period is portrayed by the central month of life.

 

  • Track 3-1Special care for premature indisposed infant
  • Track 3-2Extensive care in critically and complex infants
  • Track 3-3Surgical problem
  • Track 3-4Clinical Nursing in Neonatal
  • Track 3-5Standard of Neonatal Nursing Practice
  • Track 3-6Innovations in Patient Care

Pediatric medical care includes the physical, mental and social well-being of children from embryonic stage to puberty. Primary care is the daily medical care provided by a health care provider. Primary care nurses observe the participation of people in the planning and implementation of their medical care as a human right and duty. The nurse works in a variety of settings, such as community settings, including community-controlled health services, the community health sector, and functions within social service settings.

Patients usually receive primary care from experts, for example, a primary care physician (general practitioner or family doctor), a medical assistant professional (expert in adult gerontological parenting, a family parenting professional or a pediatric medical assistant) or a medical associate.

Depending on the idea of ​​the health condition, patients can be referred for secondary or tertiary care.

 

  • Track 4-1Primary health promotion and protection
  • Track 4-2Plan and implementation of treatment
  • Track 4-3Ensuring the quality of healthcare
  • Track 4-4Infant primary healthcare
  • Track 4-5Child primary healthcare
  • Track 4-6Adolescence primary healthcare

Midwifery is also known as obstetrician or birth attendant is the health profession that deals with pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, in addition to the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. The midwife who is a trained professional has an important task in counselling and education in health, not only for women, but also within the family and the community.

Women have a distinctive health problem. Women can have a healthy pregnancy by receiving early and regular prenatal care. Ovarian tumour, uterine growth, vaginal tumour, cervical growth and vulvar malignancy can be cured by malignant gynaecological tumours and health nursing services for women.

 

  • Track 5-1Child birth and preterm birth prevention
  • Track 5-2Nursing care during child birth
  • Track 5-3Hypertension and diabetes and their management in women
  • Track 5-4Cardiac diseases and disorders in Women
  • Track 5-5Maternal and child health
  • Track 5-6Breeding cycle management
  • Track 5-7Perinatal and reproductive health
  • Track 5-8Pregnancy nutrition
  • Track 5-9Obstetric complications
  • Track 5-10Midwifery health science
  • Track 5-11HIV / AIDS among women and treatment

Breast feeding is an act of real life love. Feeding the baby not only provides good nutrition, it also provides the opportunity to keep the new-born close and emotionally connected to each other. It is the process of feeding babies and young children with milk from a woman's breast. Before producing milk from a new mother, they release a thick, yellow substance called colostrum, which has immunological properties and develops the baby's immune system and promotes the healthy growth and development of new-borns. Breast milk protects the baby against infection, which is present in greater amounts in the second year of life than in the first. To advance, ensure and reinforce breastfeeding, every effort must be made to limit contraindications to breastfeeding, especially superfluous ones.

       Family nursing 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.

 

  • Track 6-1Health benefits of breast feeding
  • Track 6-2Develop self-care abilities
  • Track 6-3Cultivate good personal health habits
  • Track 6-4Identify health and nursing needs and problems
  • Track 6-5Optimal functioning for individual
  • Track 6-6Abnormal nipple conditions
  • Track 6-7Infections and inflammations
  • Track 6-8Fibrocystic breast changes
  • Track 6-9Neoplasms
  • Track 6-10Neuroblastoma

Pediatric oncology is a specialized in medicine related to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in children, generally up to 18 years. The treatment of childhood cancer depends on several factors, including the type and stage of the cancer, possible side effects, family preferences and the general health of the child.

It is seen that the strong additional skull tumour is known as neuronal blastoma which is found mostly in childhood cancer. It is considered as Paediatric embryonal cancer of a sympathetic sensory system which will be emerging from neuroblasts (pluripotent sympathetic cells).

 

  • Track 7-1Brain tumours
  • Track 7-2Lymphomas
  • Track 7-3Hepatoblastoma
  • Track 7-4Chemotherapy
  • Track 7-5Immunotherapy
  • Track 7-6Oncology nursing and care

Pediatric nutrition is the well-balanced diet consisting of the essential nutrients and adequate caloric intake necessary to promote growth and maintain physiological prerequisites at different phases of the child's development and growth. Pediatric nutrition must consist of essential vitamins and minerals which help for the growth and development. The ratio of energy needed for metabolic maintenance, growth, activity varies and in accordance should assist with perfect nutrients.

Adolescence is the next stage in which one needs larger amount of nutrients since many hormonal changes are occurs at that period. Obesity and underweight are the two problems which occur due to lack of nutritional knowledge. A sufficient absorption of supplement rich diet is great nourishment.

 

  • Track 8-1Preventive measures in diet
  • Track 8-2Food allergies in pediatrics
  • Track 8-3Vitamins
  • Track 8-4Health and nutritional status and feeding practices
  • Track 8-5Nutrient deficiencies and disorders
  • Track 8-6Diagnosis techniques for pediatric malnutrition
  • Track 8-7Nutritional assessment
  • Track 8-8Complementary feeding
  • Track 8-9Medications
  • Track 8-10Long term health

Pediatric immunology is a branch of pediatrics that handles immunological or allergic disorders in children. It assumes a real part in the understanding of the fundamental cellular and subatomic instruments of the resistant framework and has been genuinely included in the improvement of new analytical tests and treatment. A part of the main disorders of pediatric immunology are community acquired infections, complications of vaccination, HIV and pediatric AIDS and congenital or acquired immune deficiencies.

  • Track 9-1Congenital or acquired immune deficiencies
  • Track 9-2Vaccination and complications
  • Track 9-3Hepatitis B
  • Track 9-4Diphtheria, Tetanus, Acellular Pertussis (DTAP)
  • Track 9-5Clinical immunology
  • Track 9-6Developmental immunology
  • Track 9-7Immunotherapy
  • Track 9-8Cancer immunology
  • Track 9-9Reproductive immunology

Pediatric endocrinology is a therapeutic subspecialty that manages development disorders and sexual separation in youth, and neonatal diabetes and the problem different from the endocrine organs. The endocrine system releases hormones that are chemical substances regulating various important body functions. Several pediatric endocrinologists have concerns and mastery in the framework of bone processing, the lipid assimilation framework, the young gynaecology or the unavoidable slips of the absorption framework. It particularly manages thyroid illness in kids, neonatal diabetes and hyper-insulin, growth issue, Type 1 diabetes, Diabetes, Hyperglycaemia, Adrenal and pituitary issues.

 

  • Track 10-1Diabetes mellitus (Type 1 & Type 2)
  • Track 10-2Thyroid disease in children
  • Track 10-3Hormone Disorders
  • Track 10-4Diagnosis & treatment
  • Track 10-5Growth disorders
  • Track 10-6Disorders of sexual differentiation
  • Track 10-7Turner syndrome
  • Track 10-8Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
  • Track 10-9Disorders of puberty
  • Track 10-10Hyperthyroidism
  • Track 10-11Hypothyroidism
  • Track 10-12Trauma

Pediatric gastroenterology is the branch of medicine that deals with the ailments and diseases of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Sensitivities of gastrointestinal nutrition are not uncommon in new-born children. These conditions may persist at birth or on the surface at a later stage as the child develops. Common examples include food allergies, colitis, anorexia and bulimia, celiac disease, Cohn’s disease, diarrhoea, gluten sensitivity, chronic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, failure to thrive and other related digestive and elimination problems. The diseases concerned with pediatric gastroenterology are intense racing, gastritis, persistent arcades and problems with the improvement of the gastric tract.

 

  • Track 11-1Pediatric endoscopy and imaging
  • Track 11-2Gastroschisis
  • Track 11-3Necrotizing enterocolities
  • Track 11-4Effect of nutrition on gastric tract, enterocolitis
  • Track 11-5Short bowel syndrome
  • Track 11-6Infant regurgitation
  • Track 11-7Persistent vomiting
  • Track 11-8Childhood cirrhosis
  • Track 11-9Complex gastrointestinal surgery & risk factors
  • Track 11-10Omphalocele

Pediatrics Obesity is a condition in which the abundance of muscle-to-fat ratios has a negative impact on the well-being or prosperity of a young person. The main causes of excess weight depend on behaviour and genetics. It is difficult to estimate specifically the ratio of muscle to fat, so a rule called Body Mass Index (BMI) is used to evaluate it. The BMI uses the weight and height of a young person to think of a result. The outcome is contrasted and models for offspring of a similar sexual orientation between the ages of 2 and 20 years.

Pediatric obesity leads to dangerous diseases like Risk for Heart Diseases & Diabetes, High blood pressure and Bone problems etc. The rate of child obesity has expanded significantly amid the previous couple of years: 55% of kids in the vicinity of 6 and 11 years and 40% for kids in the vicinity of 12 and 17 years.

 

  • Track 12-1High blood pressure
  • Track 12-2Obesity and FTO
  • Track 12-3Underweight and its treatment
  • Track 12-4Dietary modification and exercise pattern
  • Track 12-5Areas of adipose fat distribution
  • Track 12-6Healthy eating
  • Track 12-7Nutritional assessment
  • Track 12-8Bone problems
  • Track 12-9Risk for Diabetes
  • Track 12-10Hypoventilation syndrome

A chronic condition is a long-term medical condition which cannot be prevented by vaccines or cured by medication and become more common with age.  Destructive health behaviours such as smoking, lack of physical activity and unhealthy eating habits are the main contributors to affect by the chronic diseases. By altering the manufacturing process can effectively improve diets because such action does not require the slow process of behavioural change. Epidemiologists have determined interest in continual situations due to the fact they contribute to disease, disability, and decreased physical and/or intellectual ability.

 

  • Track 13-1Primary healthcare in Hepatitis
  • Track 13-2Challenges in chronic illness
  • Track 13-3Epidemiology
  • Track 13-4Chronic pain
  • Track 13-5Vaccination for chronic diseases
  • Track 13-6Lifestyle factors
  • Track 13-7Prevention of chronic diseases

Nursing Education is a practical and theoretical training to the nurses and prepares them for their professional duties. The training and education is taught by experienced nurses and medical professional who are qualified in the respective fields. The courses range from general nursing to mental health nursing, paediatric nursing, post-operatory nursing, and many more. Medical attendant Educators helps nursing understudies for Continuing Nursing Education. Nursing Education and Research designed to develop the evidence about the issues and importance to the nursing profession, including nursing practice, nursing education, nursing ethics, nursing administration and nursing informatics. New technologies are used for nursing practice which magnifies the quality of nursing.

 

  • Track 14-1Innovations in nursing education
  • Track 14-2Nursing information
  • Track 14-3Quantitative researches
  • Track 14-4Online nursing programme
  • Track 14-5Competence in Nursing Education
  • Track 14-6Teaching Strategies
  • Track 14-7Nursing programs and courses
  • Track 14-8Continuing Nursing Education
  • Track 14-9Education trends and impact on nursing practice
  • Track 14-10Registered Nursing (RN)
  • Track 14-11Neonatal nurse practitioner education
  • Track 14-12Issues on premature infant
  • Track 14-13Clinical pharmacokinetics
  • Track 14-14Faculty development
  • Track 14-15Robotic nursing

The Management is a system to harmonize the services provided by health care organizations. Health management includes public health management, nutritional management, hospital management, medical tourism, medical informatics, bioinformatics, telemedicine, health economics and other types of integration and maintenance based on software events and records related to medical care. It also referred to the administration of health, which is the administration, management or supervision of health systems, public health systems, hospitals and networks of comprehensive hospitals or other medical facilities. It integrates nursing with information and communication technologies to promote the health of individuals, families and communities around the world.

 

  • Track 15-1Healthcare marketing and industry
  • Track 15-2Occupational health and safety
  • Track 15-3Healthcare systems and functioning
  • Track 15-4Public health
  • Track 15-5Medicinal healthcare
  • Track 15-6Health Care Financing
  • Track 15-7Health information technology
  • Track 15-8Health care research
  • Track 15-9Health care research
  • Track 15-10Advances in healthcare
  • Track 15-11Finance and statistics
  • Track 15-12Health Policy