The 13th World Congress on Nursing Education: Practice and Research will provide information on new advances in nursing while promoting communication about nursing research, education, practice, and leadership. It will enhance research collaboration throughout nursing’s scholarly community. The conference will take place on March 15-17, 2021 in Osaka, Japan. The theme for this year is “Extension of Clinical Practices and Significant Need of Nursing Care”.
The conference aims to foster long-term partnerships between clinicians, nursing care professionals, and the community by bringing awareness to upstream determinants of health. Nurses and allied healthcare professionals from around the globe will have the opportunity to engage in dialogue, learning, and discovery surrounding the field of nursing education, practice and research. There will be diverse presentations that work towards enhancing the quality of healthcare that will ultimately result in improved health and well-being for people across the world.
The conference includes several plenary talks, keynote lectures, academic sessions, workshops, and social events throughout the day that are aimed at empowering community members and healthcare providers by providing global resources and hands-on training and guidance from celebrated professionals in the field.
This two-day symposium offers a broad curriculum focusing on state-of-the-art and evidence-based practices for nursing and other healthcare professionals. It anticipates the participation of a number of delegates from different institutions around the world including academic institutions, research centers, medical & industrial companies, and scientific associations.
It comprises several informative and inspiring plenary lectures, keynote talks, and oral presentations and poster presentations. In addition, it will include technical workshops focusing on current research methodologies and career prospects in nursing and healthcare. We hope this conference will allow the participants to explore new definitions of healthcare and to analyze trends to advance nursing knowledge and practice in different healthcare settings while discussing evidence-based inter-professional models for culturally competent care.