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21st Annual Congress on Neonatal and Pediatric Nursing, will be organized around the theme “Milestones in Neonatal and Pediatric Nursing”

Neonatal Nursing Care 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Neonatal Nursing Care 2019

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Neonatal Nursing concerns with newborn infants having a variety of problems like prematurity, birth defects, infection and allergy, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems. Neonatal nursing cares regarding the infants who face issues shortly after birth, this also surrounds care for infants who experience long-term issues related to their prematurity or after the birth illness.

·         Neonatal Surgery

·         Neonatal Oncology

·         Neonatology & Perinatology

·         Infancy, Child Nutrition & Development

·         Neonatal Cardiology

·         Neonatal Gastroenterology

·         Neonatal Hematology

·         Neonatal nourishment

·         Neonatal genetics

·         Neonatal diseases

·         Neonatal skin diseases

·         Neonatal radiology

·         Neonatal endocrinology


Pediatric Nursing is the medical care of Neonates and youngsters up to youth. This branch of medical science deals with the care of children in health care nursing. Pediatric Nurse Practitioners performs physical examinations, analyze diseases that harm and provides support for a patient’s family.

·         Preterm-Birth Complications and Neonatal Intensive Care

·         Pediatric Respiratory Disorders

·         Pediatric Cardiology and Research

·         Pediatric Mental Health

·         Child and Adolescent Health

·         Disabled Child Care

·         General Pediatrics


Nursing Education is an essential step because they are the front lines of patient care. These help and provide medical care for children from the time of their birth until their teenage. Medical associated illumination gives post-capability courses in master subjects for nursing. Pediatric nurses work densely with pediatricians to dispense medication and provide routine medical care to infants.

·         Innovations In Nursing Education

·         International Nursing Education

·         Continuing Nursing Education

·         Nursing Programs and Courses

·         Teaching Strategies In Nursing Education

·         Registered Nurse

·         Competence in Nursing Education

·         Clinical Education

·         Meta-Analysis Studies

·         Technology to Improve Nursing Education and Practice

·         Nursing Theories

·         Nursing Standards

Clinical Nursing is a specialization course for the nurse who becomes experts in diagnosing and treating a disease in an area of their specialization. They will be approved as authorized medical caretakers by completion of their graduation. The essential execution of the Clinical Nurse Specialists is the consistent improvement of patient results and nursing care.

·         Clinical Nursing & Nursing Theory

·         Advanced practice

·         Clinical Evaluation

·         New novelty, awareness and development

·         Adult-gerontological health nursing

·         Men in nursing

·         Skills and Techniques in Clinical Nursing

·         Paramedical and Medical sciences


Healthcare management includes public health management, nutrition management,  Bioinformatics, health economics and maintenance of healthcare events and records. Nurse informaticists work as developers of communication and information technologies, educators, researchers, chief information officers, chief nursing officers, software engineers, implementation consultants, policy developers, and business owners, to advance healthcare.

·         Public Health, Epidemiology & Nutrition

·         Advances in Skin, Wound Care & Tissue Science

·         Hospital Management

·         Medical Tourism

·         Clinical & Medical Case Reports

·         Biomedical & Health Informatics

·         Community Health

·         Occupational Health & Safety

·         Medical Informatics & Telemedicine

·         Health Economics

·         Advances in Health care


Neonatal Disorders mean unusual condition of body, organs, and capacity of infants. Diseases occurring at the time of birth or even before the birth for infants (newborn diseases). The key role is played by the Obstetricians in minimization of disorders. Proper neonatal care is taken to avoid the birth injuries. Possible to utilize the neighborhood pediatricians to help screen these children if indeterminate.

·         Anemia

·         Breathing problems

·         Congenital heart defects

·         Feeding issues

·         Gastroschisis

·         Hypoglycemia

·         Inability to control body heat

·         Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR)

·         Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH)

·         Jaundice

·         Macrosomia

·         Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)

·         Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP)

·         Sepsis


Neonatal Genetics are the conditions for the cause of genuine issues at the birth stages of infants. Much progress has been developed in the recent years for an early stage of diagnosis and treatment of genetic conditions in neonates. Some of the common genetic diseases like chromosomal abnormalities, genomic disorders, single gene disease, inborn metabolic disorders diseases caused by maternal disorders.

·         Neonatal screening

·         Phenylketonuria (PKU)

·         Neonatal cellular bioenergetics

·         Neonatal pharmacokinetics

·         Neonatal seizures

·         Genetic abnormalities


Neonatal Resuscitation deals with the transition of intrauterine to the extrauterine life of newly born infants. Approximately 10% of newborns require some assistance to begin breathing at birth. Evaluation, Immediate preparation, initiation of support are the key things that lead to restarting the life.

·         Delayed cord clamping

·         Medications

·         Post-resuscitation Care

·         Positive-pressure ventilation

·         Anticipation

·         Cardiopulmonary nursing

·         Artificial Ventilation

·         Administration of Supplementary Oxygen

·         Pulse Oximetry

·         Assessment of Oxygen Need



Infections and Allergies appear in children more frequently than adults. The development of immunity in children’s will be at the early stage that leads to an easy attack of infections and allergies. So, they must be guarded against several allergens. Children suffering from allergies are treated by Allergist. A physician skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases or conditions caused by allergy is called Allergist.

·         Sinusitis

·         Thrush

·         Abscesses

·         Diarrhea

·         Sneezing

·         Congestion

·         Hay fever


Nurse Practitioners are those who serve as essential and special health care provider under a doctor.  These nurses sometimes work as pediatricians in absence of doctor’s facility, work with patients from earliest stages to young adulthood, diagnosing illness, conducting exams, and prescribing drug however some run their own private practices.

·         Nursing education and research

·         Clinical nurse practitioner

·         Cardiac nurse practitioner

·         Cancer nursing

·         Adult nurse practitioner

·         Pediatric and neonatal nurse practitioner

·         Anesthesia nurse practitioner

·         Dental nurse practitioner



Nursing technologies are changing trends in the healthcare field as everyone knows that nursing professionals in healthcare area are typically exposed to the most changing trends and technologies as nurses are on the front lines of patient care. Chief nursing officers, nursing practitioners, educators, researchers, pediatricians must have their exposure towards the latest changing technologies.

·         Genomics

·         3D Printing

·         Infusionarium

·         Extender based medicine

·         Smart pills

·         Stem cell technology nurse

·         Robotic nursing

·         GPS tracking

·         Wireless patient monitoring

·         Intelligent alarms



Public Health Nursing:  

Public health nursing practice focuses on population health, preventing diseases, disability and includes promoting using knowledge from nursing, social, and public health sciences. Public Health Nurses enable their skills and knowledge to make significant contributions to public health. They work in different areas such as schools, clinics, homes, departments etc.

·         Epidemiology & Public Health

·         Globalization and Health

·         Nutritional Health

·         Social Determinants of Health

·         Environmental Health

·         Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare

·         Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies

·         Educational and Community-Based Programs

·         Adolescent Health

Mental health nurses are specialized in mental health and cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, depression, dementia and many more. They help the people suffering from various mental health conditions and to recover from illness and lead a positive life. They Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs.

·         Psychiatry Nursing

·         Cognitive behavioral therapy

·         Positive Psychology

·         Applied Psychology

·         Depression, Anxiety & Stress Management

·         Child Psychiatry

·         Child Psychology

·         Psychosomatic Medicine

·         Human Resilience

·         Counseling Psychology

Women’s Health Nursing is a Specialization course which specializes the nurses in caring for the women of all ages, suffering from health issues. These specialized nurses are the licensed nurses for addressing female-specific problems, including sexually transmitted diseases, infertility, pregnancy, childbirth, or menstruation, according to the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.


Emergency Nursing is an action of nurses to watch over patients in the emergency or basic period of their sickness or damage at recognizing issues, organizing care, quickly and successfully during measures and other treatment, acting with a high level of self-governance and capacity to start required measures without outside bearing, teaching the patient and his family with the data and enthusiastic help expected to safeguard themselves as they adapt to another reality.

·         Cognitive behavioral therapy

·         Caring for heart transplant patients

·         Emergency trends in Technology

·         Heart failure care management

·         Neonatal intensive care

·         Anxiety and sleep disorders

·         Electroconvulsive Therapy

·         Intensive hemodialysis

·         Care of patient and family in emergency crisis


Nursing Informatics is helpful to guide nurses, pediatricians, chief nursing staff, healthcare organizations in decision making that which leads to a successful conclusion. It is the science and practice of nursing in a skillful manner. Based on its knowledge and information relates to educators, researchers, chief nursing officers, chief information officers, business owners, policy developers.

·         Evidence based quality of nursing practice

·         Health care-associated costs reduced

·         Handheld Digital Devices

·         Computer Technology

·         Science of Nursing

·         Research and Education

·         Information presentation and retrieval approaches