Past Conference

The 2nd World Congress on Nursing and Nurse Education (WCNNE-2017) was held between 20-22 November, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Miami International Airport, Miami, USA. The Conference witnessed the participation of over 100 participants representing more than 30 countries across the world. The countries include: USA, UK, Germany, Poland, Canada, Japan, Columbia, Brazil, Austria, Latvia, Taiwan, Malaysia, India, Iran, South Korea, Indonesia, Israel, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman etc.

With a focus on the Core research of the Nursing and Healthcare, the theme of the WCNNE-2017, Miami, USA was “Exploring latest innovations in Nursing & Healthcare”. The conference addressed a variety of topics relevant to the main theme, including specific questions about the research system at large, such as research assessment, funding, metrics, and indicators of research output.

With the huge support from our Chair and Co-chairs conference witnessed the huge success. Our Conference Chairs are as follows.

  1. Christa Them, UMIT-Private University for Health Sciences and Medical Informatics, Austria
  2. Eva Schulc, UMIT-Private University for Health Sciences and Medical Informatics, Austria
  3. Linda Jensen, Clarkson College, USA
  4. Shirley Cooley, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, USA
  5. Martha Sexton, University of Toledo, USA
  6. Sandra Walsh, Florida International University Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences, USA
  7. Robin M. White, University of Tampa, USA
  8. Yvette M. Rose, Olivet Nazarene University, USA
  9. Tammy Stewart-Dixon, Grambling State University, USA
  10. Barbara Blozen, New Jersey City University, USA

And the Key Note talks Delivered by the top most eminent fellows at their respective field of research.

Key Note Forum:

  1. Dennis A. Taylor, Carolinas HealthCare System, USA
  2. Vita Boyar, Steven & Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York, USA

 

With respect to plenary Talks, over 70 attended the meeting. According to the conference records, the distribution of WCNNE registrants and attendees was as follows

 

Alice Mathew, Cincinnati State Community College, USA

Kerstin Hudgins, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, USA

Catherine McGonagle, Dublin City University, Ireland

Silvana Kempfer, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

Bodo C. Melnik, University of Osnabrück, Germany

Lau Ying, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Lesley Smith, Oxford Brookes University, United kingdom

Julie Noble, National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome, USA

Charlene Ingwell-Spolan, University of Maine, USA

Barbara Blozen, New Jersey City University, USA

Sara Lankshear, Georgian College, Canada

Kikuko Iwanaga, Niigata College of Nursing, Japan

Maria João Freitas, Nursing College of São Francisco das Misericórdias, Portugal

Jillian Weber, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, USA

Christa Them, UMIT-Private University for Health Sciences and Medical Informatics, Austria

Eva Schulc, UMIT-Private University for Health Sciences and Medical Informatics, Austria

Laurie Abbott, Florida State University College of Nursing, USA

Emilio Sacco, Catholic University School of Medicine, Rome, Italy

Joy Darch, University of Gloucestershire, United kingdom

Hanan Al-Modallal, Hashemite University, Jordan

Olga Van Dyke, MCPHS University, USA

Karen Dahlquist, Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing, USA

Linda Jensen, Clarkson College, USA

Sharon Murff, Grambling State University, USA

Assumpta Ekeh, Seton Hall University, USA

Shirley Cooley, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, USA

Martha Sexton, University of Toledo, USA

Sandra Walsh, Florida International University Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences, USA

Sherron Franks-Meeks, University of Texas at Tyler/Midland Memorial Hospital, USA

E'Loria Simon-Campbell, Sam Houston State University, USA

Laurie Dahley, Concordia College - Moorhead, USA

Jeni Shull, Cummins LiveWell Center, USA

Penny Huddleston, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Irving, USA

Juriyah Bte Yatim, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Gail Sullivan, Florida Atlantic University, USA

Rachel Mack, Frontier Nursing University, USA

Leon Chen, NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing  Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Kathleen Carissimi, University of Cincinnati, USA

Melissa Cooley, US Acute Care Solutions, USA

Robin M. White, University of Tampa, USA

Helene Vossos, University of North Florida, USA

Deirdre Kearney, University of New Mexico, USA

Amy Spurrier, West Liberty University, USA

Tammy Stewart-Dixon, Grambling State University, USA

Debra Banks, University of New Mexico, USA

Deirdre Kearney, University of New Mexico, USA

Briege Casey, Dublin City University, Ireland

Yvette M. Rose, Olivet Nazarene University, USA

Joshua Rubin, Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation, USA

Barbara Zittel, American Nurses Association's Panel on Scope of Practice

Shirlee Cohen, The University of New Mexico, USA

Rosalia Ragusa, University Hospital Catania, Italy

Francesco Bellia, University Hospital Catania, Italy

Kathleen F Hudson, University of Texas at Tyler, USA

Shilpa Shreepad Bhat, Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and Hospital. Pune, India

Mary T Bouchaud, Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing, USA

Weichao Shan, Chengde Medical University, China

Thupayagale-Tshweneagae, University of South Africa, South Africa

Olga Farah, Faculdade Israelita de Ciências da saúde Albert Einstein, Brazil

Andrea Mohallem, Faculdade Israelita de Ciências da saúde Albert Einstein, Brazil

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