Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Healthcare is a fast-growing field and the list of job titles and degrees in the industry would be virtually endless. We have therefore put together some of the main areas of study in the healthcare sector. The main duty of a nurse is patient care. The patient and the nurse spend a lot of time together with the healthcare professional. Nurses measure and monitor patients, assist doctors in creating a nursing care plan and carry out the care plan with nursing for medication and treatment administration. For nursing and performing treatments, nurses use a variety of medical equipment. They can also perform diagnostic testing, take dynamic factors, and understand the results. Another important part of the job is patient education. Patients are helped by nurses to learn how to make healthy choices. The nurse helps the patient and caregivers understand the diagnosis after a medical diagnosis and learn how to handle it. The nurses handle the discharge instructions at the hospital facilities, helping patients to know what to do after going home.


  • Track 1-1Community nursing
  • Track 1-2Rural and remote area nursing
  • Track 1-3Occupational health and safty
  • Track 1-4Orthopaedics
  • Track 1-5Aged care
  • Track 1-6Addiction and substance abuse
  • Track 1-7Complementary therapies
  • Track 1-8Enrolled nurses
  • Track 1-9Neuroscience
  • Track 1-10Emergency Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 1-11Womens Health Nurse Practitioner

Nursing education includes instruction in topic areas. These are nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis, and nursing care plan. Nursing schools offer an array of degree opportunities, from associate degrees through postgrad programs. Each level is considered to meet different career needs, so courses, curricula, and skills learned differ. Bachelor’s degrees in nursing usually require students to complete a combination of general education, core nursing, and elective courses. Junior-level nursing degrees typically require two to three years of full-time study, but some schools offer accelerated programs, including programs for LPNs to get an AND. Research and graduate and vocational schools are Offering a Master of Science in Nursing programs, some of be completely partly online. Courses and curricula differ, but most of the schools offer advanced training in the theories, research methods, and leadership skills APNs and nursing administrators employ in a varied variety of clinical settings.


  • Track 2-1Registered nurse
  • Track 2-2Licensed practical nurse
  • Track 2-3Travel nurse
  • Track 2-4Nurse practitioner
  • Track 2-5Intensive care unit
  • Track 2-6Medical-surgical nurse
  • Track 2-7Emergency room nurse
  • Track 2-8Operating room (OR) nurse

In the world of advanced nursing practice, education has become pivotal. They provide high-quality care in rural, urban and suburban communities in many types of settings including clinics, hospitals, emergency rooms, emergency care sites, private doctors or NP practices, nursing homes, schools, colleges, and departments of public healthcare. Four types of advanced practice nurses Listed below.

Clinical nurse specialists: Clinical nurse specialists (CNS) are advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who serve as experts in evidence-based nursing practice in one of several specialized healthcare sectors’

Nurse anaesthetists: These services can also be used for diagnostic, obstetric and therapeutic procedures throughout all phases of the surgery. Nurse anaesthetists are generally well-compensated professionals due to their advanced training and the weight of their responsibilities.

Nurse midwives: A nurse midwife is a licensed health care professional who specializes in reproductive health and childbirth for quality healthcare and nursing services for women.

Nurse practitioners: Nurse practitioners (NPs) are licensed, and autonomous clinicians are focused on managing human health and disease prevention. NPs are often specialized as advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) by patient population, including paediatric, adult-gerontologic, and women's health.


  • Track 3-1Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 3-2Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 3-3Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 3-4Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 3-5Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 3-6Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Critical care or ICU nursing is a nursing specialization that specifically deals with highly dependent patients. There are a variety of ICU specialties where critical care nurses can work including surgery, trauma, coronary, medical, paediatric, burns, cardio thorax, and high-risk nurseries. Critical care nursing with long hours (including night shifts), extensive patient handling and high-pressure conditions can be mentally and physically demanding. Critical care nurses need to be able to make sophisticated judgments quickly because ICU patients are often unstable and can experience rapid physiological decline. The critical nurse will contact the new team to ensure a safe transition when a patient is discharged from the ICU and transferred to another hospital management unit. ICU nurses often work with a multidisciplinary team of doctors, consultants, physiotherapists and other specialists to ensure optimum patient care.

  • Track 4-1Pediatrics ICU
  • Track 4-2Emergency Room
  • Track 4-3Neonatal ICU
  • Track 4-4CCU or Cardiac Care Unit
  • Track 4-5Cardiothoracic ICU
  • Track 4-6Flight Nursing
  • Track 4-7Neuro ICU

Becoming a nurse is truly taking on a career in caring, perhaps even more so for those who decide to specialize in Pediatrics. Throughout their childhood, these admirable nurses care for children until they are adolescents.Because there are so many conditions and problems specific to growing and developing bodies, specialized knowledge is required to provide nursing care for paediatric patients. In general, pediatric nurses are Registered Nurses (RN) or Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN), who decide to pursue specialized paediatric training. There are also Pediatrics Nurse Practitioners (PNP) who assume additional responsibilities such as drug prescription, development screening, and immunization administration.They hold advanced nursing degrees and pass additional exams for health and nursing practice. Pediatrics Nursing Certification Board (PNCB)-provides certification services for paediatric care professionals. National paediatric Nurse Practitioners Association (NAPNAP) — the professional association of registered nurses (APRNs) for all paediatric-focused advanced practice.


  • Track 5-1Pediatrics Registered Nurse
  • Track 5-2Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Nurse
  • Track 5-3Labour and Delivery Nurse
  • Track 5-4School Nurse
  • Track 5-5Developmental Disability Nurse

Neonatal nurses’ specialists focus on nursing care for new-borns. They can take care of healthy infants, provide focused care for premature or ill new-borns, or work in a neonatal intensive healthcare unit (NICU) exclusively with seriously ill new-borns. You must be a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) professional in healthcare. Neonatal nurses (NNs) and neonatal nurses’ practitioners (NNPs) may work in clinics, community settings, hospitals or nursing care units. This career requires a high degree of diligence and teamwork in the health and nursing sector. You will work closely with parents, neonatologists and other nurse specialists to achieve optimal healthcare outcomes for your tiny patients. Nurses are much more in demand because premature and sick babies need quality healthcare and nursing constant attention. Working in the NICU and monitoring seriously ill or premature infants around the clock, nurses have the most intensive responsibilities. They monitor ventilators and incubators, ensure that babies respond well, and teach parents how to properly care for their children.


  • Track 6-1Neonatal intensive care unit
  • Track 6-2Well new-born nursery
  • Track 6-3Special care nursery

Psychiatric nursing for mental health is a nursing specialty. Registered nurses with psychiatric mental health work with individuals, families, groups, and communities to evaluate their mental health needs. The PMH nurse develops a nursing diagnosis and nursing care plan, implements and evaluates the nursing process for efficacy. Advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) graduate in psychiatric-mental nursing. APRNs apply the nursing process to evaluate, diagnose, and treat psychiatric disorders to individuals or families and identify risk factors for such disorders. They also contribute to developing policies, improving quality, evaluating practice and reforming healthcare. As a clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner, the practice of the psychiatric mental health nurse (PMHN) is considered to be an advanced nursing specialty. As clinical nurses’ specialists (CNSs) or nurse practitioners (NPs), APRNs practice. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is the doctoral degree for advanced clinical practice of psychiatric nursing.


  • Track 7-1Psychiatrists
  • Track 7-2Psychologists
  • Track 7-3Pastoral Counsellors
  • Track 7-4Psychiatric nurses
  • Track 7-5Internists, family physicians and primary care doctors

Today's oncology field is different from the early days of cancer treatment, with many more treatment options, better pain control, and reduced healthcare side effects. Oncology nurses care for individuals, families and communities and the role has been extended to cover many aspects of health care professionals.

  • Cancer education and prevention
  • Screening
  • Nurse navigation
  • Nursing management
  • Research
  • Direct patient care

Oncology nurses work in many health care settings: hospitals, cancer centres, clinics, doctors ' offices, home care agencies (including hospice and palliative care), hospice centres, and extended care facilities. There are many areas of oncology to focus on in addition to variety in workplaces. These have to do with

  • Haematology
  • Bone marrow transplantation
  • Immunotherapy
  • Breast Oncology
  • Gynaecologic oncology
  • Genetic counselling
  • Radiation oncology
  • Surgical oncology
  • Chemotherapy/infusion


  • Track 8-1medical oncologist
  • Track 8-2surgical oncologist
  • Track 8-3radiation oncologist
  • Track 8-4gynaecologic oncologist
  • Track 8-5paediatric oncologist
  • Track 8-6haematologist-oncologist

Obstetric nursing, also known as perinatal nursing. Obstetric nurses assist in providing prenatal care and testing, care for patients with complications of pregnancy, care during labour and delivery, and care for patients following the nursing care plan. Postoperative nurses perform postoperative care on an operating unit, stress test assessments, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and healthcare and nursing assessments. Patient care technicians and surgical technologists are supervised by obstetric nurses. The department encourages student research in the core areas of women's health, reproductive health, high-risk pregnancy, neonatal care and related health care professionals. Sometimes referred to as OB nurses, specializing in assisting physicians in the care and delivery of pregnant women. They often labour in the department of labour and delivery in hospitals, health clinics or healthcare and nursing offices of doctors.

  • Track 9-1Human reproduction
  • Track 9-2Pregnancy
  • Track 9-3Normal labour and nursing management
  • Track 9-4Role of nurse-midwifery practitioner
  • Track 9-5Normal new-born
  • Track 9-6Pharmacy dynamics in obstetrics

A Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) is an advanced nurse who specializes in women's comprehensive care throughout her life time. They focus on gynaecological, obstetric, and reproductive health. WHNPs not only provide diagnostic care and treatment, but also focus on preventive nursing for health maintenance. Women's health is therefore doubly important for nurses because they care for their own and their patients ' health. Women's health includes all health topics in the broad sense, but here we will address selected issues that affect predominantly or only women. Breast Health, Cervical cancer screenings, Menopause, Pregnancy, Women’s mental health issues. Women's health care nurses are already beginning to fill the gaps, as primary care physicians are expected to have a deficit of between 7,300 and 43,100 health care professionals. Women's health nurses are registered nurses who have completed a Master of Nursing (MSN) or PhD (DNP) nursing plan. A student must complete an accredited nursing program and obtain a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN) before completing a master’s degree or PhD in nursing.


  • Track 10-1Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and other female cancers.
  • Track 10-2Mammography
  • Track 10-3Menopause and hormone therapy.
  • Track 10-4Osteoporosis
  • Track 10-5Pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Track 10-6Sexual health.
  • Track 10-7Women and heart disease

Antiseptics are used to sterilise surfaces of living tissue when the risk of contamination is high, such as during surgery. Antiseptics are non-selective antimicrobials, killing a wide range of micro-organisms including bacteria. They are used on non-living exteriors. bacteria are not the only microbes that can be hurtful to us. Fungi and viruses can also be a danger to humans, and they are targeted by antifungals and antivirals, respectively. Only substances that target bacteria are called antibiotics, while the name antimicrobial is an umbrella term for anything that inhibits or kills microbial cells including antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals and chemicals such as antiseptics. Most antibiotics used today are produced in laboratories, but they are often based on compounds scientists have found in nature. Some microbes, for example, produce substances specifically to kill other nearby bacteria in order to gain an advantage when competing for food, water or other limited resources. However, some microbes only produce antibiotics in the laboratory.


  • Track 11-1Antifungals
  • Track 11-2Antivirals
  • Track 11-3growth of the bacteria
  • Track 11-4Antimicrobial drugs
  • Track 11-5Antimicrobials

Nurse-midwife training focuses on women's healthcare, especially pregnancy, birth, postpartum, new-born care, and gynaecology. Nurse midwife training promotes a non-interventional, individualized approach to normal pregnancy and birth, involving a certain amount of female education-an approach that often takes time.

Midwife is usually going to be:

  • Check the health, growth and position of your baby.
  • Advise or assist with hospital reservations and routine tests and inspections.
  • Give you guidance and care.
  • Help you get ready for labour and birth.

Through labour and birth, midwives will support you. They can:

  • Give emotional support, encouragement and information.
  • Monitor your growth and propose strategies to support your labour.
  • Monitor the heartbeat of the baby and other signs.
  • Offer pain relief or arrange to be given by a doctor.
  • If necessary, get extra medical help.


  • Track 12-1Certified Midwife
  • Track 12-2Certified Professional Midwife
  • Track 12-3Traditional Midwife
  • Track 12-4Certified Nurse Midwife
  • Track 12-5Direct-Entry Midwives

Cardiac nurses, also known as cardiovascular nurses or cardiology nurses, are registered nurses specializing in cardiovascular healthcare and nursing. They work with patients with heart problems by following a cardiologist's treatment plan, monitoring patient progress and administering medication to help the nursing care plan for the healing process. A cardiac nurse's daily tasks can vary depending on the work of healthcare management. Cardiac nurses working in an operating environment will spend a lot of time preparing patients for surgery and helping them to recover afterwards. Practitioners in cardiac-vascular nursing assess patients, educate patients and families about chronic cardiovascular diseases and their treatment plans and analyze the results of laboratory work or radiology to create a care plan. As a cardiac-vascular nurse practitioner, you may be able to see your own patients in a private cardiology practice clinic. There are other options if the nurse practitioner route doesn't sound appealing. Cardiac nurses can also advance to nursing positions where they are responsible for the supervision, training and direction of a cardiovascular nursing team.


  • Track 13-1cardiomyopathy
  • Track 13-2coronary artery disease
  • Track 13-3congestive heart failure
  • Track 13-4myocardial infarction
  • Track 13-5cardiac dysrhythmia

Primary healthcare is the first level of contact with the healthcare system between individuals, families and communities.

  • Incorporates individual care with health promotion, disease prevention and growth of the community.
  • Includes the interconnected principles of equity, access, empowerment, ego-determination of the community and intersectoral cooperation
  • Comprises an understanding of health care's social, economic, cultural and political determinants.

The primary model of nursing optimizes relationship-based healthcare. Although a primary nursing model was used on an inpatient paediatric haematology / oncology unit, patients were hypothesized and nurses were dissatisfied with the structure of primary care teams and primary assignment inconsistency.


  • Track 14-1Cardiology -- heart illnesses
  • Track 14-2Dermatology -- skin illnesses
  • Track 14-3Endocrinology -- hormonal and metabolic disorders, with diabetes
  • Track 14-4Gastroenterology -- gastric system disorders
  • Track 14-5General surgery -- common surgeries involving any part of the body
  • Track 14-6Haematology -- blood illnesses
  • Track 14-7Immunology -- disorders of the immune system

A surgical nurse is a healthcare professional studying in testing patients before, during and after surgical care. Most people, however, are not aware of many types of surgical nurses. Most people are familiar with general surgical nurses who help with standard operations, such as removal of the gallbladder. There are, however, vascular surgical nurses involved in vein repairs and colorectal surgical nurses who can help during colon surgery. Orthopaedic surgical nurses tend to work with older patients who require surgery to replace the hip or knee. There are also surgical oncology nurses who help to reduce or remove tumours and urological surgical nurses who help plan nursing care for prostate surgeries. Finally, in emergency departments, there are outpatient surgical nurses working. All surgical nurses, however, work in similar environments, such as surgical wards, intensive care units and nursing care centres. Post-operative care also includes administering medicines, taking vital substances, and educating the patient on post-operative care.

  • Track 15-1Anaesthetic Nurse
  • Track 15-2Circulating Nurse
  • Track 15-3Instrument Nurse
  • Track 15-4Post-Surgery Recovery Nurse
  • Track 15-5Scrub Nurse

Like the wide range of emergency medicine and emergency departments, there are so many different types of emergency care and nursing services. Most emergency nurses will assume multiple roles during their careers. Depending on where your facility is and the resources you need to support your emergency care, there is also a huge variation in emergency departments.

  • Critical Access

            Remote settings with very few healthcare professionals’ resources.

  • Rural Areas

           Within a few hours, moderately remote areas with more resources by road or air.

  • Urban Areas

          Major urban areas, usually a lot of resources.

         Large university-related facilities, many resources available.

  • Stand-Alone Emergency Department

        In some states only, not physically connected to a hospital.

  • Disaster Settings

     Extreme post-disaster environments, few resources, often linked to federal or military response programs.


  • Track 16-1Post-anaesthesia care unit (PACU) nurse
  • Track 16-2Clinical nurse specialist
  • Track 16-3Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurse
  • Track 16-4Dialysis nurse
  • Track 16-5Pediatrics nurse
  • Track 16-6Labour & delivery nurse

Since the beginning of time, disasters have been an integral part of human experience, causing premature death, impairing quality of life and changing health care professionals. The risk of a disaster is everywhere. Nurses assist patients during recovery in disaster scenes, hospitals, medical centres and rehabilitation. In some cases, care efforts are coordinated by an organized response. The desire to help in a disaster is a natural reaction to a terrible situation for many nurses. Nurses play a critical role in local, state and national emergency preparedness through planning, community and consumer education, and direct healthcare and nursing during disasters. In case of an emergency, nurses should also plan for themselves and their families. 6 Ways of getting involved in disaster nursing care.

  • Red Cross
  • Disaster nursing and the International Medical Corps.
  • Helping other nurses.
  • Providing additional resources.
  • Keeping the daily routine going
  • Helping to return a community to a state of normalcy


  • Track 17-1National Disaster Medical System
  • Track 17-2Red Cross
  • Track 17-3The Medical Reserve Corps
  • Track 17-4Medical Disaster nursing assistance
  • Track 17-5healthcare in disasters