International Ophthalmology Conference

October 27-28, 2022 | Online Event

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About IOC 2022

Magnus Group is privileged to invite you to take part and share your research findings and expertise at its “International Ophthalmology Conference” (IOC 2022) which is going to be held virtually during October 27-28, 2022.

The conference will be focused on the themeEnvisioning the Future of Ophthalmology”

Gene therapy for Leber's congenital amaurosis and the use of pluripotent stem cells, immunomodulation, neuroprotective effects of ginkgo biloba extract for glaucoma therapy pharmacological presbyopia treatment are just a few examples of groundbreaking translational research in clinical ophthalmology. The quest for knowledge has been sought since the dawn of time, but it is only useful when it is disseminated and implemented to help humanity. Thus, the year 2022 will be dedicated to focusing on delivering innovative, clinically relevant randomized clinical trial results and other investigations that support the creation of hypotheses for new clinical trials, in order to become the go-to source of ophthalmic knowledge.

The theme of the global congress truly reflects the recent advances, current trends, and innovations which will help shape the future of ophthalmology. This global summit is embarked keynote sessions followed by oral and poster presentations.

We are excited to make the IOC 2022 a place where you can learn about the most recent research and practice, network with colleagues, and contribute to the success of the conference. Ophthalmologists, Doctors, Health care professionals, Nurses, Clinicians, Academicians, Medical experts, Students from reputed medical schools, Researchers, Professors, Scientists and experts in the field of ophthalmology will share their novel research findings, innovations and experiences at our global podium.

Your presence is our inspiration and we hope to meet you at IOC 2022!!

Scientific Sessions

  • Ophthalmology and Vision Science
  • Ophthalmogenetics and Gene Therapy
  • Ocular Oncology and Eye Tumours
  • Ocular Immunology and Microbiology
  • Ophthalmology Diseases and Disorders
  • Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmic Healthcare
  • New Diagnostic Techniques and Instruments
  • Cornea and External Diseases
  • Eye Surgeries
  • Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
  • Aging Eyes: Changes, Disease and Care
  • Laboratory Investigations Related to Ophthalmology
  • Nanotechnology in Ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmology Research and Novel Approaches

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Speakers

Magali Taiel, Speaker at Lumevoq Gene Therapy in Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

Magali Taiel

GenSight Biologics, France
Jose Roberto Proano Santana, Speaker at Onchocerciasis elimination from the America´s

Jose Roberto Proano Santana

Member of Ecuadorian Medicine Academy, Ecuador
Christopher Zhu, Speaker at Long-Term Visual Outcomes in Diabetic Patients with Diabetic Foot Ulcers Along with Peripheral Vasculopathy and/or Diabetic Neuropathy

Christopher Zhu

Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Health San Antonio , United States
Ashkhan Hojati, Speaker at Designing Molecules to Treat Ophthalmologic Diseases Caused by Sorbitol Excess

Ashkhan Hojati

Carle Illinois College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , United States
Shailja Chalishazar, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences

Shailja Chalishazar

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, United Kingdom
Sibylle Scholtz, Speaker at IOLCon – the roadmap for reliable IOL calculation. New features of modern international internet data-base for updated and optimized IOL constants: The “Lens Power Calculation Module.

Sibylle Scholtz

Institute of Experimental Ophthalmology, Germany

Past Conference Information

5th Edition of Nursing World Conference was organized as Online Event on October 18-20, 2021. NWC 2021 Congress has received generous response from participants. 

Magnus Group takes its pleasure to thank all the Organizing Committee Members, Chairs and Co-chairs, Speakers, Students, Media Partners and all who supported the conference in every aspect for the magnificent success. 

NWC 2021 being an international platform, this scientific meeting has laid the path for discussing the latest innovations in the Nursing. Followed by Keynote Session, Oral Presentations were initiated which included Speakers from various Universities, Hospitals, Academia and Business who shared their recent research activities. And here is the list of our speakers.

For NWC 2021 Final ProgramClick Here

 For NWC 2021 Abstract BookClick Here

NWC 2021 Keynote Speakers:

Adele Webb representing Capella University (USA)
Natalia Cineas representing New York City Health + Hospitals Corp (USA)
Daryle Wane representing Pasco-Hernando State College (USA)
Donna M. White representing University of Massachusetts - Boston (USA)
Callie Anne Bittner representing Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence (USA)
Ilene Gottlieb representing Vibrational Healing From The Heart,  Inc.(USA)
Patrick Baker representing Palarum,  LLC (USA)
Petrova N G representing Saint Petersburg State Medical University (Russia)
Sofica Bistriceanu representing Academic Medical Unit – CMI (Romania)

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NWC 2021 Speakers:

Mary Fanning representing WVU Medicine (USA)
Dan C. Harris representing WVU Medicine (USA)
Denise Stage McNulty representing Houston Methodist Hospital (USA)
Faye A Fairchild representing Columbia College (USA)
Rebecca Toothaker representing Bloomsburg University (USA)
Pamela E Cook representing Bloomsburg University (USA)
Mohammad Alkawaldeh representing University of Massachusetts Medical School (USA)
Wong Sze Wing Julia representing Tung Wah College (Hong Kong)
Joanne Smith-Young representing Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada)
Eileen Scarinci representing North Jersey Community Research Initative (USA)
Rosemarie White representing Delaware State University (USA)
Miranda Squire representing UCHealth (USA)
Matthew Hickling representing Community Care Physicians - Siena College (USA)
Christine Greenidge representing New York City H+H/Metropolitan (USA)
Jessie (Jaspreet)Dhaliwal representing Pennsylvania State University (USA)
Angela Lang & Christine Feierstein representing University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (USA)
Lori Rhodes representing Orthopedic Acute Care (USA)
Patricia Love representing Florida Gateway College (USA)
Xiaoyun Zhou representing The University of Queensland (Australia)
Machiko Higuchi representing National College of Nursing (Japan)
Brian Trzaskos representing Motivation Beyond Measure (USA)
Ndango Immaculate Nyonka representing University of the Western Cape (South Africa)
Lerato Matshaka representing University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
Armiel Suriaga representing Florida Atlantic University (USA)
Rui Zhao representing Children’s Hospital of Fudan University (China)
Sue Roe representing The Roe Group Enterprises, llc (USA)
Giuseppina Seppini representing S. Croce e Carle Hospital,Cuneo (Italy)
Danielle Beasley representing The University of South Florida (USA)
Navpreet representing Dayanand Medical College & Hospital Ludhiana (India)
Anita Frauwallner representing Institut AllergoSan (Austria)
Mark Hayford Dwira representing University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)
Sherita House representing Indiana University School of Nursing (USA)
Ashleigh Boyd representing Treat The Nurse (USA)
Mary Franczek representing Notrhern Michigan University (USA)
Dawnetta Marcum representing University of Pikeville (USA)
Craig A Tobias representing Cleveland Clinic Foundation (USA)
Natalie Cline representing Cleveland Clinic Foundation (USA)
Etti Rosenberg representing Clalit  health  Organisation (Israel)
Rebecca Pike representing King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center (Saudi Arabia)

NWC 2021 Poster Presenters:

Elizabeth Goldsby representing Ball State University (USA)
Eunice Ojo representing Advent Health Tampa (USA)
Melissa Viatori representing Duke Hospital (USA)
Deborah H. Smith representing Marymount University (USA)
Janet Gichau representing Kaiser Permanente Integrated System (USA)
AnnMarie Vang representing Aspen University (USA)
Kelly Hakanson representing Multicare Capital Medical Center (USA)
Amy Rama representing Roberts Wesleyan College (USA)
Judith Fruiterman representing Marymount University (USA)
Laura Duran representing UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas (USA)
Deborah Smith representing Brazosport College (USA)
Hye-Young Jang representing Hanyang University (Korea Republic)
Keiko Hattori representing Nihon Institute of Medical Science (Japan)
Mohammad Alkawaldeh representing University of Massachusetts Medical School (USA)
Alaina Valcourt representing Dothouse Health (USA)
Linda Stopsky representing Northwell Health (USA)
Nicole Giancaterino representing Chamberlain College of Nursing (USA)
Lynn Doyle representing Laboure' College (USA)

With the Successful Completion NWC 2021 Online Event, we take the pleasure to announce "6th Nursing World Conference" (NWC 2022) at Orlando, USA during October 27-29, 2022.

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We would like to thank all the speakers, session chairs, moderators, exhibitors, students and delegates for attending and making NWC 2021 a huge success.

We hope to see you again at NWC 2022!!!

4th Nursing World Conference 2019 Report:

The “4th Nursing World Conference” (NWC 2019) hosted by Magnus Group during August 19-21, 2019 at London, UK with a theme “In Pursuit of Viable Quality Health Care”, was a great success where eminent Keynote Speakers, Speakers, Delegates and Students from various reputed institutions with their splendid presence addressed the gathering.

For NWC 2019 Final ProgramClick Here

 For NWC 2019 Abstract BookClick Here

 For NWC 2019 GalleryClick Here

NWC 2019 is combination of 10+ Keynotes Lectures, 100+ Speakers, Poster sessions, Exhibitors. All the sessions were followed with great engrossment by a large audience. Students from various parts of the world took vigorous participation in poster presentations. The Conference became a Unique Opportunity to learn new techniques to service the people in the best way.

NWC 2019 Keynote Speakers:

Malliga Jambulingam representing Morgan State University (USA)
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi representing Hallmark University (USA) 
Adele A Webb representing Capella University (USA)       
Beth Ann Hackett representing Midstate Radiology Associates (USA)        
Veronique Haberey Knuessi representing University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (Switzerland)    
Charles Boicey representing Stony Brook University (USA)   
Nina Beaman representing Aspen University (USA)     
Vanessa Heaslip representing Bournemouth University (UK)        
Shuhong Luo representing SUNY Upstate Medical University (USA)        
Louise Bradley representing Mental Health Commission of Canada (Canada)        
Patricia A. Seabrooks representing Miami Regional University (USA)       

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Nursing Conference 2019 Speakers:

Agusta Palsdottir representing University of Iceland (Iceland)
Ruechuta Molek representing Chulabhorn Hospital (Thailand)
Kamolchanok Boonprajak representing Chulabhorn Hospital (Thailand)
Rattanaporn Nanthong representing Chulabhorn Hospital (Thailand)
Dararat Chuwongin representing Chulabhorn Hospital (Thailand)
Savitree Suratako representing Chulabhorn Hospital (Thailand)
Renee Bauer representing Indiana State University (USA)
Patcha Hortrakul representing Siriraj, Hospital Mahidol University (Thailand)
Sudta Parakkamodom representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Napatchanan Laotaweesuk representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Kornnika Yangan representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Pattharaporn Sombood representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Ladda Permpolprasert representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Napat Thikom representing Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University (Thailand)
Natalia Cineas representing Mount Sinai St. Luke's (USA)
Angela Cruz representing West Texas Veteran Affairs Healthcare System (USA)
Maria Brennan representing Lourdes Health System (USA)
Kwaunpanomporn Thummathai representing Chiang Mai University (Thailand)
Laura Sweatt representing Methodist Mansfield Medical Center USA
Nukhet Kirag representing Aydin Adnan Menderes University Turkey
Ruifang Zhu representing Shanxi Medical University (China)
Susan J Halbritter representing Sanford Hematololgy and Oncology (USA)
Margaret Peggy Moriarty Litz representing Southern New Hampshire University (USA)
Silje Gustafsson representing Lulea university of technology (Sweden)
Maxine Holt representing Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)
Kathy M Green representing Veterans Affairs (USA)
Carlos A. Archilla representing Nemours Children’s Hospital (USA)
Nwoke Otah Ngozi representing Abia State Nursing Council of Nigeria (Nigeria)
Angela Cristina Yanez Corrales representing Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (Ecuador)
Denise Rhew representing Cone Health (USA)
Jason Upham representing Cone Health (USA)
Brenda Spear representing Chamberlain University (USA)
Anny Dionne representing Miami Regional College/Aspen University (USA)
Ana Belen Salamanca Castro representing 12 de Octubre University Hospital (Spain)
Tracey Wilson representing University of Maryland, USA
Joanne Mee Wah Loo representing Mount Sinai West hospital (USA)
Irena Nosal representing Wolfson Medical Center (Israel)
Irena Laska representing Albanian Order of Nurses ( Albania)
Blerina Duka representing Albanian Order of Nurses (Albania)
Carmen Herbel Spears representing Independence University (USA)
Elvessa Narvasa representing Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Montreal (Canada)
Ratchanee Sukanthachalathon representing Mahidol University (Thailand)
Aretuza Cruz Vieira  representing Albert Einstein Hospital (Brazil)
Regina Callion representing ReMar Review (USA)
Rosa Leda Bellini representing Notre Dame Intermedica Group (Brazil)
Gebhard Mathis representing Praxis Internal Medicine (Austria)
Mohammod Monirul Islam representing National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya (Japan)
Julia U. Ugorji representing Rasmussen College (USA)
Barbara J. Holder representing Andrews Institute Surgery Center (USA)
Sathiyalatha Sarathi representing Sree Balaji College of Nursing (India)
Beverley Tann representing Shirley Ryan AbiltyLab (USA)
Juliana Christina representing Flinders University (Australia)
Anita Rush representing Wokingham Hospital (UK)
Cherie L. Smith representing Cone Health (USA)
Susanne Salmela representing Vaasa Central Hospital (Finland)
Ying Chieh Liu representing Chang Gung Univeristy (Taiwan)
Carla Moore Beckerle representing Esse Health Physician Group (USA)
Dennis L. Hargis representing Valencia College (USA)
Ellen L. Palmer representing University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing & Health Innovation (USA)
Jazzle Anne Magdaug representing MedPro International (Philippines)
Mariana Genshaft representing Wolfson Medical Center (Israel)
Sonja Cleary representing RMIT University (Australia)
Haya Raz representing Jerusalem College of Tecnology (Israel)
Tziyon Tzohar representing Shaare Zedek Medical Center (Israel)
Ana Lucia Brantes representing ESEL Lisboa (Portugal)
Emily Cannon representing Indiana State University (USA)
Nagwa Elkateb representing National Cancer Institute, Cairo University (Egypt)
Lauren Blackshaw representing Moorfields Eye Hospital (UK)
Anna Jumatul Laely representing DR Kariadi General Hospital (Indonesia)
Clare Dickinson representing Cancer Research uk/ The Christie NHS Foundation Trust (UK)
Mofatiki Eva Manyedi representing North West University (South Africa)
Maserapelo Gladys Serapelwane representing North West University (South Africa)
Tripti Nanda representing Noble Hospital, Pune(India)
Afolakemi Olaleye representing Lagos University Teaching Hospital (Nigeria)
Denise Rhew representing Cone Health (USA)
Jason Upham representing Cone Health (USA)
Akiko Hiyama representing Sapporo City University (Japan)
Ching Wen Chiu representing Sijhih Cathay General Hospital (Taiwan)
Wasana Lavin representing Mahidol University (Thailand)
Ran Lee representing National Cancer Center (Korea)
Su-Ju Lu representing National Taipei University of Education (Taiwan)
Maria Isabel Lage representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Maria Fatima Braga representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Odete Araujo representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Malliga Jambulingam representing Morgan State University (USA)
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi representing Hallmark University (USA)
Adele A Webb representing Capella University (USA)
Beth Ann Hackett representing Midstate Radiology Associates (USA)
Veronique Haberey Knuessi representing University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (Switzerland)
Charles Boicey representing Stony Brook University (USA)
Nina Beaman representing Aspen University (USA)
Vanessa Heaslip representing Bournemouth University (UK)
Shuhong Luo representing SUNY Upstate Medical University (USA)
Louise Bradley representing Mental Health Commission of Canada (Canada)
Patricia A. Seabrooks representing Miami Regional University (USA)
Elizabeth I Obahiagbon representing (USA)
Love Onyeador representing Kaiser Permanente (USA)
Munia Shihawi representing Queen Mary University of London (UK)
Anna Angena representing Riga Stradins University (Latvia)
Rawan Mohammed Gashgari representing King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center - Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)
Rawan Atequllah Alsolami representing King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (Saudi Arabia)
Naomi Saucedo-Tanouye representing Kaiser Hospital (USA)
Nayana Desai representing Kaiser Permanente (USA)
Shahad representing KFSH&RC (Saudi Arabia)
Ahuva Spitz representing Sharee Zedek medical center (Israel)
Mahmoud Galal Ahmed representing Dubai Hospital- Dubai Health Authority (United Arab Emirates)
Dorothy Sanders Thompson representing VA North Texas Health Care System (USA)
Mpoeetsi Makau representing Ministry of Health (Lesotho)
Ekomaye Kikachukwu Sophia representing Cross River State Ministry of Health (Nigeria)
Eze Miracle Chukwuebuka representing Cross River State Ministry of Health (Nigeria)
Uloho Rita Elo representing Cross River State Ministry of Health (Nigeria)
Claudette Coombs representing Miami Dade College (USA)
Shirley Gbalee Seckey Fahnbulleh representing Liberian Nurses Association (Liberia)

Nursing Conference 2019 Exhibitor:

Regina Callion representing ReMar Review (USA)

Nursing Conference 2019 Poster Presenters:

Akiko representing HiyamaSapporo City University(Japan)
Ching Wen Chiu representing Sijhih Cathay General Hospital (Taiwan)
Wasana Lavin representing Mahidol University (Thailand)
Ran Lee representing National Cancer Center (Korea)
Denise Rhew representing Cone Health (USA)
Jason Upham representing Cone Health (USA)
Su-Ju Lu representing National Taipei University of Education (Taiwan)
Maria Isabel Lage representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Maria Fatima Braga representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Odete Araujo representing Univeristy of Minho (Portugal)
Ed Michael Carbonell representing Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust (UK)
Lisa Dalton representingUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (USA)
Meenaxi Shah representing Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust (UK)

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We thank all the participants for their magnificent contribution towards the event which facilitated us for the successful accomplishment of this event.

3rd Nursing World Conference 2018 Report:

Magnus Group takes a great pride in announcing successful outcome of 3rd Nursing World Conference (NWC 2018) which was held in Rome, Italy during September 17-19, 2018.

NWC 2018 is a unique Academy program to build communities of common interest in cutting-edge sciences. It is an assemblage of faculty and research professionals in the field of Nursing and Healthcare, where you will have a great opportunity to share ideas and knowledge as well as collaborate/network with other scientists.

 For NWC 2018 Final ProgramClick Here

 For NWC 2018 Abstract BookClick Here

 For NWC 2018 GalleryClick Here

Discussing on various imperative topics will add an insight to ponder and discuss over today’s scientific and technological challenges. NWC 2018 is an excellent scientific forum to In Pursuit of Viable Quality Health Care and realities by discussing practical experiences.

Organizing Committee NWC 2018:

Carlos A Archilla representing Nemours Hospital (USA)
Adele A Webb representing Capella University (USA) 
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi representing Hallmark University (USA)
Maryann Alexander representing National Council of State Boards of Nursing (USA) 
Larry E Simmons representing National League for Nursing (USA) 
Laura Croan representing Belfast Health and Social Care Trust Ireland
Jayne Donaldson representing University of Stirling (UK)
Katie Boston-Leary representing Maryland Organization of Nurse Leaders  (USA)
Lenka Gutova representing Military University Hospital Prague (Czech Republic)
Sandra Almeida representing Auckland District Health Board (New Zealand)
Sabrina Grigolo representing ASLTO3 Piedmont Region (Italy)

The Organizing Committee would like to thank the moderator Dixie D. Thompson, University of Utah, USA for his contribution which ensued in smooth functioning of the conference.

Magnus Group is prerogative to thank the Organizing Committee Members, Keynote speakers; Chair and Co-chairs on engross the plenary sessions, workshops and special sessions in an expanded manner to make this conference an privileged Summit.

Nursing Conference 2018 Speakers:

Jeri Burr representing University of Utah (USA)
Gretchen J. Summer-Gafford representing Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (USA)
Virginia Pesata representing South University (USA)
Amelia Nichols Alava representing UF Health (USA)
Janet Catt representing Kings College Hospital (UK)
Dixie D. Thompson representing University of Utah (USA)
Pamela Morey representing Western Health Authority (Canada)
Susan Peckford representing Western Health Authority (Canada)
Mary L. Perrin representing City of Hope National Medical Center (USA)
Christy Vickers representing Ohio University Zanesville (USA)
Susan D. Dowell representing Ohio University Zanesville (USA)
Sheryl K. House representing Ohio University Zanesville (USA)
Barbara J. Holder representing Andrews Institute Ambulatory Surgery Center (USA)
Natalia Cineas representing Mount Sinai St Luke’s (USA)
Angela Cruz representing Kaplan University (USA)
Marco Enrico Sguanci representing Polyclinic Hospital San Martino (Italy)
Marie Cameron representing University of the Highlands and Islands (UK)
Amy Dopson representing University of Surrey (UK)
Gunvor Munch Hansen representing VIA University College (Denmark)
Sheryl K. Housel representing Ohio University Zanesville (USA)
Amanda. M. Whateley representing Rainbows Children and Young People’s Hospice (UK)
Usha Danie representing National Maternity Hospital (Ireland)
Kirsten Nielsen representing VIA University College (Denmark)
Jaya Kuruvilla representing P.D. Hinduja Hospital (India)
Pura Julia Cruz-Oliver representing Universidad del Sagrado Corazón (Puerto Rico)
Paola Gobbi representing Nurses Board of Milan (Italy)
Nancy Adrianna Garofalo representing NorthShore University HealthSystem (USA)
Maria Alice dos Santos Curado representing Higher School of Nursing of Lisbon (Portugal)
Mpoeetsi Makau representing Ministry of Health (Lesotho)
Selda MERT BO?A representing Kocaeli University (Turkey)
Rosalynde Johnstone representing Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (UK)
Jose Miguel Aguilera representing St Vincent’s Private Hospital (Australia)
Kathleen Lehmann representing Liberty University (USA)
Nichelle A. Mullins representing Charter Oak Health CenterInc (USA)
Julia U. Ugorji representing Rasmussen College Bloomington Minnesota (USA)
Joanne Mee Wah Loo representing Mount Sinai West (USA)
Renee Bauer representing Indiana State University (USA)
Dean W Metz representing South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust (UK)
Lois Dugmore representing University of Nottingham (UK)
Monika Vanhova representing University Military Hospital Prague (Czech Republic)
Shaher H Hamaideh representing The Hashemite University (Jordan)
Eva Manyedi representing North West University (South Africa)
Agusta Palsdottir representing University of Iceland (Iceland)
Charmaine Elizabeth Hassan representing Department of Health Northern Cape (South Africa)
Angelina Alaina Sepeku representing Abbott Fund Tanzania (United Republic of Tanzania)
Tracey Wilson representing University of Maryland Medical Center (USA)
Kimberly Bowers representing University of Maryland Medical Center (USA)
Elvessa Narvasa representing Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (Canada)
Nazli Parast representing Community Diabetes Education Program of Ottawa (Canada)
Deborah E Lang representing Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (USA)
Ana-Bela de Jesus Roldao Caetano representing Nursing School of Coimbra (Portugal)
Ahmad A. Latif Abujaber representing Hamad Medical Corporation (Qatar)
Bejoy Chacko representing Hamad Medical Corporation (Qatar)
Julia Maria das Neves Carvalho representing Nursing School of Coimbra (Portugal)
Abdulqadir J. Nashwan representing Hamad Medical Corporation (Qatar)
Elif Bilsin representing Gaziantep University (Turkey)
Surbrena Forbes-Pedican representing The Turks and Caicos Islands Hospital (Turks and Caicos Islands)
Gülfer DO?AN PEK?NCE representing Adnan Menderes University (Turkey)
Annelize Vorster representing University of the Free State (South Africa)
Teresa Santos Boya representing Medina del Campo Hospital (Spain)
Betise MeryA lencar Sousa Macau Furtad representing University of Pernambuco (Brazil)
Tiina Elina Lindholm representing Åbo Akademi University and The Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (Finland)
Helena Martins representing Portuguese Catholic University (Portugal)
Sanna Fabiola representing  AOU Maggiore della Carita (Italy)

Nursing Conference 2018 Workshops:

Paula Kennedy representing Liverpool John Moores University (UK)
Brenda T. Spear representing Chamberlain University (USA)
Barbara J. Holder representing Andrews Institute Ambulatory Surgery Center (USA)
Abdulqadir J. Nashwan representing Hamad Medical Corporation (Qatar)

Nursing Conference 2018 Poster Presenters:

Lina Mayorga representing Oncology Research + Education Consultants (USA)
Patricia A. Keresztes representing Saint Mary’s College (USA)
Rosaria Cappadona representing University of Ferrara (Italy)
Beatrice Zucchi representing University of Ferrara (Italy)
Jeanette Elise Huemer representing The Arctic University of Norway (Norway)
Liss Trine Eriksen representing The Arctic University of Norway (Norway)
Debra L. Wagner representing University of North Florida (USA)
Stephpen Lawrence representing Coastal Anesthesia Associates (USA)
Janice Melsom representing Flagler Hospital (USA)
Rosa Leda Bellini representing IQG Heath Services Accreditation (Brazil)
Ana Carla Parra Labigalini Restituti representing IQG Heath Services Accreditation (Brazil)
Nancy Adrianna Garofalo representing NorthShore University HealthSystem (USA)
Julia Maria das Neves Carvalho representing Nursing School of Coimbra (Portugal)
Ana-Bela de Jesus Roldão Caetano representing Nursing School of Coimbra (Portugal)
Barbra Pesata representing UF Health (USA)
Montserrat Planes representing University of Girona (Spain)
Maria Eugenia Gras representing University of Girona (Spain)
Miriam Aparecida Barbosa Merighi pook National University (Republic of Korea)
Kiyoko Tokunaga representing Kyoto Koka Women’s University (Japan)
Kayoko Hirano representing Takarazuka University (Japan)
Kim Jeung-Im representing Soonchunhyang University (Republic of Korea)
Deborah E Lang representing Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (USA)
Lizelle Bernhardt  representing University of Leicester (UK)

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2nd Nursing World Conference 2017 Report:

Magnus Group takes a great pride in declaring the successful completion of “2nd Nursing World Conference” (NWC 2017) which was held in Las Vegas, USA during October 16- October 18, 2017.

Nursing Conference 2017 witnessed an amalgamation of outstanding speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various new-fangled topics related to the field of Nursing and Healthcare. The extremely well-known conference hosted by Magnus Group was marked with the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing diverse countries around the world.

                                                                   For NWC 2017 Final ProgramClick Here

                                                                   For NWC 2017 Abstract BookClick Here

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The theme of the conference is “In Pursuit of Viable Quality Health Care”. The meeting captivated a vicinity of utilitarian discussions on novel subjects like Nursing EducationNursing ResearchClinical NursingNursing Informatics, Health Care to mention a few. The three days event implanted a firm relation of upcoming strategies in the field of Nursing and Health Care with the scientific community. The conceptual and pertinent knowledge shared, will correspondingly foster organizational collaborations to nurture scientific accelerations.

Organizing Committee Member 2017:

Charles Boicey representing American Nursing Informatics Association (USA)
Carlos A. Archilla representing Nemours Children’s Hospital (USA)
Rose Kearney-Nunnery representing University of South Carolina Beaufort (USA)
Ed Mantler representing Mental Health Commission of Canada (Canada)
Rose Eva Constantino representing University of Pittsburgh (USA)
Lavoy Bray representing American Association for Men in Nursing (USA)
Mercy Popoola representing John Glonor University (USA)
Daryle Wane representing Pasco-Hernando State College (USA)
Georgia Smith-Vest representing Rasmussen College (USA)
Gabriel Oluwakotanmi representing Hallmark University (USA)
Sandy Blake representing Whanganui District Health Board (New Zealand)
Phyllis S. Hansell representing Seton Hall University (USA)

The Organizing Committee would like to thank the moderators Fay Mitchell-Brown, California State University, USA, Yvonne Ramlall, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada and Hannah Fulmer, University of Florida, USA for their contributions which ensued in smooth functioning of the conference.

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Magnus Group is privileged to thank the Organizing Committee Members, Keynote speakers, Session chairs on transcribing the sessions, in a varied and variegate manner to make this conference a desirable artefact.

Nursing Conference 2017 Speakers:

LTC Peter Strube representing Rosalind Franklin University (USA)            
Karen Whitman representing Lincoln Memorial University (USA)           
Cathleen A. Evans representing Widener University (USA)            
Mary Val Palumbo representing University of Vermont (USA)            
Kathleen Suzanne Rindahl representing Fresno State University (USA)          
Doris Burkey representing Shepherd University (USA)           
Charlene Romer representing ATI Nursing Education (USA)            
Gail M Prothe representing Optum Complex Care Management (USA)            
Carlota Quiban representing Point Loma Nazarene University (USA)            
Valerie Zielinski representing St Laurence Training Organisations (Australia)            
Kem Louie representing William Paterson University (USA)            
Abigail Mitchell representing D’Youville College (USA)            
Connie Jozwiak-Shields representing D’Youville College (USA)            
Kenneth Nord representing Region Skane (Sweden)            
Lasty Balseiro Almario representing National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico)            
Jacalyn Jaspers representing Allen College Waterloo (USA)            
Zodwa M Manyisa representing North West University (South Africa)            
Shirley Bristol representing Loma Linda University (USA)        
Sandra Almeida representing Auckland City Hospital (New Zealand)            
Traci Stewart representing Madonna University (USA)            
Larissa Teng representing North York General Hospital (Canada)            
Linda Jussaume representing North York General Hospital (Canada)           
Hiroko Tadaura representing International University Health and Welfare Graduate School (Japan)            
Anne-Maria Olphert representing Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust (UK)            
Wayne D. Nix representing RNvention (USA)            
Valerie Provan representing Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (UK)            
Momoyo KAWAI representing Teikyo Heisei University (Japan)           
Badriya Khalifa Al Shamari representing Hamad Medical Corporation (Qatar)           
Tetsuo Fukawa representing Institution for Future Welfare (Japan)           
Roaa Sabri Gassas representing King Abdulaziz University (Saudi Arabia)          
Sudta Parakkamodom representing Mahidol University (Thailand)         
Jennette S. Logan representing Morgan State University (USA)            
Malliga Jambulingam representing Morgan State University (USA)         
Umesh Sharma representing Mayo Clinic Health System (USA)            
MItch Hagins representing Studer Group (Canada)            
Stephen Ogbonmwan representing Gable End Medical Services LTD (UK)          
Mary Nielsen representing Missoula College University of Montana (USA)            
Fay Mitchell-Brown representing California State University (USA)          
Kelly Holt representing St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (Canada)           
Janne Seemann representing Aalborg University (Denmark)            
Yvonne Ramlall representing Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Canada)         
Siobhan A. Morse representing Baylor University (USA)         
Londia L. Goff representing West Virginia University Hospitals (USA)          
George Reeder representing Northwell Health (USA)
Tracey Wilson representing University of Maryland Medical System (USA)        
Kimberly Bowers representing University of Maryland Medical System (USA)            
Betty-Ann Pilgrim representing Southern Medical Company Ltd (Trinidad and Tobago)            
Mikaela Olsen representing The Johns Hopkins Hospital (USA)           
Arelis Moore de Peralta representing Clemson University (USA)            
Elizabeth Njoki Waithaka representing Bournemouth University(UK)            
Nicole Marie Candiff-Llorens representing Tulane University Hospital (USA)           
Jane Russell representing Good Samaritan Hospital (USA)           
Julia Ugorji representing University of Marylan (USA)        
Jaideep Herbert representing Vidyanta Skills Development Pvt. Ltd (India)            
Ruechuta Molek representing Chulabhorn Hospital and Chulabhorn Resarch Institute (Thailand)           
Hannah Fulmer representing University of Florida (USA)           
Andrea Pusey-Murray representing University of Technology (Jamaica)            
Mpoeetsi Makau representing Ministry of Health (Lesotho)            
Melike Yonder Ertem representing Abant Izzet Baysal University (Turkey)           
Shao-Po Huang representing Chang Gung University (Taiwan)         
Li Simin representing Sichuan University (China)

Nursing Conference 2017 Poster Presentations:

Yuka SAEKI representing Ehime University (Japan)
Susan Growe representing COI Nevada State College (USA)
Melike Yonder Ertem representing Abant Izzet Baysal University (Turkey)
Cindy Rivet representing The Miriam Hospital (USA)
Linda Dudas representing Magee-Womens Hospital (USA)
Abigail Mitchell representing D’Youville College (USA)
Connie Jozwiak-Shield representing D’Youville College (USA)
Linda Garand representing Duquesne University (USA)
Shu-Hui Wang representing National Taiwan University Hospital (Taiwan)
Fay Mitchell-Brown representing California State University (USA)
Louise Ballesty representing Midland Regional Hospital Mullingar (Ireland)
Mary Brann representing University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (USA)
Andrea Catrell representing Simmons College (USA)
Millicent Ward representing Chamberlain University (USA)
Napatchanan Laotaweesuk representing Mahidol University (Thailand)
Suchittra Bumrongsawat representing Siriraj Hospital (Thailand)
Lynde McKinley representing Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Canada)
Leslie D Bolin representing CaroMont Regional Medical Center (USA)
Du chunping representing Sichuan University (China)
Sooja Kim representing Kanagawa University of Human services (Japan)

We congratulate the best poster award winner Cindy Rivet, The Miriam Hospital, USA. We would also like to thank Charlene Romer, ATI Nursing Education, USA, Doris Burkey, Shepherd University, USA and Dr. Umesh Sharma, Mayo Clinic Health System, USA who supported us by evaluating the posters.

We thank all the participants for their magnificent contribution towards the event which facilitated us for the successful accomplishment of this event.

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Conference Schedule

12:00-12:20

Opening Ceremony and Introduction

12:20-13:00

Keynote Presentation I

13:00-13:40

Keynote Presentation II

13:40-14:00

Refreshment Break

14:00-16:30

Oral Presentations

16:30-17:00

Refreshment Break

17:00-19:00

Poster presentations

12:00-12:40

Keynote Presentation III

12:40-13:20

Keynote presentation IV

13:20-13:50

Refreshment Break

13:50-16:30

Oral Presentations

16:30-17:00

Refreshment Break

18:50 19:00

Closing Ceremony

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