nursing & Healthcare 2020 Nursing Stress in COVID-19
  • Sept. 26th, 2020
  • 08:00 - 17:30 ET

NURSING & HEALTHCARE 2020 "Virtual"

Theme: COVID-19 STRESS. How To Stay Focused, Grounded, Strong and Productive In This Global Crisis

OVERVIEW

TRG(The Research Gate) creates a platform for exchanging ideas and sharing best practices; welcome all participants from around the world to attend the Nursing & Healthcare Virtual Conference on Sep 26, 2020.

Theme: Stress in COVID-19. How To Stay Focused, Grounded, Strong and Productive In This Global Crisis.

NH 2020 provides quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research presentations on various topics related to nursing and health care.  This conference is aimed at providing evidence-based strategies, collaborative action-plans to empower us to make the necessary changes in order to manage the stress, protect our health and well-being.

 

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WHY ATTEND?
Working in a stressful environment is commonplace for many in the world.  But in healthcare, the stressful conditions and stress of the job have become unbearable for many including nurses, doctors, social workers, pharmacists, occupational therapists, respiratory therapists, physiotherapists, clinical instructors, nursing professors, and student nurses.

The demands of our jobs with its shifting priorities have changed in the 21st century of healthcare delivery. As a result, our stresses have increased tremendously impacting our mental, emotional, and physical health, our relationships with family and friends, and in some cases with devastating consequences.

So how can we manage the stresses of our environment? What are the actionable strategies in managing our stress, burnout, a toxic work environment, depression, anxiety, exhaustion from long hours, and shift work and the list goes on? How can our leaders be authentic, caring, better empathetic leaders in leading, managing issues, and authentically support their employees to decrease the stresses recognized by experts as a fast-growing epidemic?…..Read More

https://www.theresearchgate.com/conferences/virtual-nursing-conference-2020/ goal of the conference is to unite Nurses, doctors, scientists, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, healthcare professionals, professors, associate professors, young inspired researchers, students, and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research on all aspects of nursing and healthcare.

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MEET THE EXPERTS

At the Research Gate, we are excited to announce our CE Accredited virtual conference on Nursing and Healthcare. Here are our caliber speakers from different background ranging from frontline, educators, surgeons, psychologists, and life coaches.
Dr. Chris Tarver, California, USA
Dr. Chris Tarver, California, USA
Dr. Denise Korniewicz, Maryland, USA
Dr. Denise Korniewicz, Maryland, USA
Dr. Deborah M Leveille, Alabama, USA
Dr. Deborah M Leveille, Alabama, USA
Dr. Adele Webb, Ohio, USA
Dr. Adele Webb, Ohio, USA
Dr. Oliver J. Morgan, Pennsylvania , USA
Dr. Oliver J. Morgan, Pennsylvania , USA
Dr. Hank C. Hill, California, USA
Dr. Hank C. Hill, California, USA
Prof. Dr. Fusun Terzioglu, Ankara, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Fusun Terzioglu, Ankara, Turkey
Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, Florida, USA
Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, Florida, USA

BENEFITS

As a token of appreciation in attending the Research Gate virtual conference on Nursing & Healthcare 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have the following exciting benefits to extend to you :

CERTIFICATIONS

Earn certification signed by the head of the organizing committee (view sample).

NETWORKING

Make new connections/ Networking.

10% OFF

Receive 10% discount on registration for our upcoming conference in Vancouver, Canada in April, 2021.

KNOWLEDGE

Expand your knowledge on most recent topics/research.

PDFs

Receive full conference PDF presentations.

DISCUSSIONS

Panel discussion after each session. It will be a Q&A session with the speakers.

GUIDELINES

Be prepared before the webinar starts:

  • Our webinar begins promptly at 0800 ET. When you join the webinar you may see the slides but will not hear audio until start time.
  • If you have audio difficulties or would like to view supplementary text you can display closed captions for applicable webinars.
  • You will submit content related questions for the presenter.
  • After you register for the webinar, you will receive confirmation and reminder emails. Please check your junk mail folder if you do not see the email in your inbox
  • Please join the webinar 5-10 minutes early to minimize last minute issues.
  • Please attend for the full scheduled webinar.

E-Poster Presentations

  • Presenters who are not able to participate as a speaker because of the busy schedule, are welcome to present their e-poster at the conference webinar.
  • Abstracts have to be submitted online or by email.
  • The abstract should include complete details (e.g., abstract title, name, affiliation, abstract and biography, etc) Sample abstract template
  • Only subject related abstracts & associated e-posters which are submitted will be displayed on the website before the conference webinar.
  • Each of these abstracts will be published in the post-conference webinar proceedings.
  • If the registered author/poster presenter is unable to participate in the conference webinar then he/she may send a substitute who can be a co-author (or) any member from the same institution.
  • All poster presenters have to register before the registration date closes.
  • The e-poster presentation schedule will be informed to you once the program is finalized.
  • Each of the accepted abstracts will be published in the post-conference webinar proceedings and digital recognition across the research filed.

E-Poster Guidelines

  • Each poster should be submitted in 1080 pixel jpeg, PPT slide & PDF
  • Font should be in Times New Roman /Arial
  • The title and the author’s information should be clearly visible in the header in bold font.
  • The text should be readable even when it zoomed in to the full screen.
  • Present picture-numerical data in the form of graphs, rather than tables (graphs make trends in the data much more evident). If data must be presented in table-form, keep it simple.
  • Use bright colors to enhance the details.
  • Organize your poster into subdivisions i.e. Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgement, and Literature Cited (avoid using too many citations).
  • Avoid acronyms and extensive mathematical notations as much as possible.
  • Avoid submitting compactly packed, high word-count in the poster.

Our Virtual Conference topics

Stress, Burnout, and Patient Safety
Disaster Nursing COVID 19
Depression and Anxiety
Compassion Fatigue
Reducing Stress in Nursing Education
Test Anxiety & How it Impacts Student Nurses
Nursing Leadership & Healthcare Management
How technologies can positively influence Covid-19 adaptation in Healthcare workers

SUBMIT INQUIRY

AGENDA

Chris Tarver
Stress of Working at the COVID-19 Frontlines
Chris Tarver, DNP, RN, CNS, NEA-BC, City of Hope - Executive Director Professional Practice and Nursing Excellence; ANA\California Nursing Practice Director
Nadja El Fertasi
Personal Leadership in the Face of Disruption
Nadja El Fertasi, International Speaker & CEO/Founder Thrive with EQ
Elia Gourgouris
Work-Life Happiness
Elia Gourgouris Ph.D, International Keynote Speaker & President of The Happiness Center
hank
The Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on surgeons & surgical patients
Hank C. Hill, MD, Surgical Oncology, Fellowship-Trained Surgical Oncologist Board Certified General Surgeon
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Overcoming Educational Barriers During a Pandemic: Clinical Guidelines and Skill Assessment
Deborah M Leveille,PhD,RN,CNLDean of Nursing at Fortis College-Montgomery, National Nursing Curriculum Committee Chair
Dr. Fusun Terzioglu
Strengthening The Capacity Of Health Systems And Nurses In The COVID-19 Crisis
Prof.Dr. Fusun Terzioglu (RN, Msc, PhD) Atilim University, Dean of Faculty of Health Science, Ankara, Turkey
Holly
The Hard Thing About Soft Skills: Leading with Empathy
Holly Weaver, Talent Acquisition Manager, US Army
Mary1
Supporting Nursing Students: Understanding Stressors and Providing Solutions
Dr. Mary Judith Yoho, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Oregon Health Science University
Dr. Donna Hedges | Nursing Conference Speaker | The Research Gate
Vulnerability and Resilience in the Time of Covid 19
Donna Hedges, PhD, MSN, MBA, CNE Director, Nursing Services at Orbis Education
zeena
Stress At The Frontlines, Caring For Critically-Ill Corona Virus Patients. How the Narrative Has Changed In This Global Pandemic: A DNP Nurse's Perspective
Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, Critical Care Educator/Clinical Instructor/Professor

Registration Fee Details

REGISTRATION INCLUDES

  • Access to all Sessions
  • 8 hours sessions
  • Panel discussion
  • Live Chat
  • Certificate signed by our OCM

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7 Keys to Navigating a Crisis: A Practical Guide to Emotionally Dealing with Pandemics & Other Disasters

'CE' Accreditation

This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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