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.

Nursing education is one of the vocational training courses designed to prepare different categories of nurses to be qualified to provide medical care to patients of all ages suffering from various diseases and disabilities.


Nursing informatics integrates nursing concepts, data analysis, informatics for nursing, and medical data development, thereby supporting nursing practice and ultimately improving patient care outcomes according to recently developed techniques. Areas of the nursing profession to improve.


It includes the roles, responsibilities, functions and activities of all registered nurses trained and approved to maintain patient health care.

  • Social Importance
  • Economic Implications
  • Future range


Nursing is consistently changing from time to time. In order to accept some new challenges and further proceeding in your career, we have to make novel developments like Improving outpatient care, Importance of Ethnic accomplishment, improving health of the patient, increasing customer experience and rising data analysis skills among nurses


Critical care and critical care specialist nurses are encouraged to provide excellent care to critically ill patients. Intensive Care Nursing focuses on providing the best possible care to critically ill or unstable patients after serious injury, surgery, or life-threatening illness. These health care professionals often see critically ill patients who require endotracheal intubation, intravenous titratable vasoactive drugs, or mechanical ventilation.


Ethics committees are regulatory bodies responsible for ensuring that all clinical processes are conducted in an ethical manner in accordance with national and international law. There are some ethical principles everyone should follow to ensure patient safety in healthcare

  • EC member
  • Roles and tasks
  • EC directives and principles
  • ICH-GCPs


Pediatric nursing, also called pediatric nursing, usually in day clinics or inpatient hospitals, is responsible for maintaining the safety of new-borns and children up to adolescence. They are further divided into direct care, neonatal care, and pediatric emergency care. Certain principles must be followed in order to achieve the goal of promoting children's health.

  • Vaccination and Autism
  • Antibiotic resistance in preschool children
  • Eating Disorders and the Impact of social media
  • Ethics of pediatric medicine
  • Youth health care practice
  • Treatment of speech disorders


Adult Care, also known as General Nursing as described by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, is responsible for keeping adults safe from the age of 18 to older adults suffering from a variety of medical conditions. They have the knowledge to meet the physical, psychological, holistic and social needs, requirements and beliefs of people in ethnically diverse communities.

  • Adult Mental Health and Psychiatric Care
  • Nonchemotherapy in bipolar disorder
  • Exercise/Sports Medicine
  • Obesity and Weight Management Program
  • Dental and Oral Health in the United States


Midwifery is a branch of medicine and the profession concerned with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Pregnancy includes all trimesters, and childbirth includes labour, delivery, and the position of delivery. They are also responsible to take care of the new born.

  • Practices for Mothers and New-borns in Rural Areas
  • First prenatal appointment analysis
  • Mental illness and postpartum
  • Self-Instruction & Natal Safety Kits
  • Challenges of weight gain during pregnancy
  • Safety rules for obese pregnant women


Geriatrics is the study of older people and the social, cultural, behavioural, psychological, cognitive, physiological, and psychological aspects of older people. You are responsible for maintaining the health care of elderly patients in a hospital, home, or rehabilitation/psychiatric facility. Geriatric nurses are responsible for the early detection of disease and prevention of further disease progression in accordance with geriatric ethics.


This is a specialization of nursing practice, including the specialization of diseases of the feminine consumption structure, including female genital growth, female genital malignancies, reasons for malignant progression, and treatment of cervical and breast cancer. Category. They are responsible for providing all aspects of women's health services. It also provides women with ethical principles on infertility, contraceptive advice, and work and childbirth advice.

  • Breast cancer treatment and prognosis
  • Infertility Code of Ethics
  • Menopausal challenges
  • Analysis of ovarian dysfunction
  • Contraceptive measures
  • Reproductive Endocrinology


Obstetric nurses and neonatal nurses take care of maternity wards and eager mothers of babies. Neonatal and maternal healthcare workers are recruited as volunteers to perform additional tasks. Mothers and newborn caregivers work with mothers and infants during labor and transportation. Maternal and neonatal caregivers strive to facilitate transportation and reduce the risk of death and other complications. It can also focus on babies in the first brief stages of life, especially vulnerable ones. There are various tasks such as baby confirmation, regular registration, and evaluation.

  • Prenatal care
  • NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)
  • Phototherapy
  • PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit)


Psychiatric nursing, known as psychiatric nursing, is a nursing practice that deals with the mental health of patients of all ages suffering from mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and substance addiction. is a distinct category of PMH-APRN is responsible for maintaining the health care of patients with mental disorders in collaboration with individual patients, families and herds. They follow several nursing-therapeutic interventions to diagnose and treat the disorder.


Patients with long-term disability or chronic illness can benefit from the support of a rehabilitation nurse to overcome limitations and reach their full potential. These nurses work with patients and their families to develop recovery plans and set short- and long-term goals to help patients achieve as independent a lifestyle as possible.

  • Coping with Functional and Lifestyle Changes in People Dealing with Injuries, Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses
  • Educate patients and support health-related coordination
  • Associate Adaptive Skills
  • Promoting Potential Independence
  • Provide comprehensive, complete and compassionate end-of-life care for patients with life-limiting medical conditions.


A key principle of primary health care is to ensure equal access to primary health services for people of all ages. They are also responsible for promoting patient health, disease prevention, rehabilitation and palliative purposes, and improving the areas of education and research.

  • Health Promotion
  • Disease prevention
  • Rehabilitation and relief
  • Chronic disease management
  • Quality management
  • Nutrition and health
  • Household medicine


Obstetrics, also known as perinatal care, deals with patients who are planning a pregnancy, are in the process of becoming pregnant, or are in the process of giving birth. You are responsible for caring for normal pregnancies, abnormal pregnancies, normal labour and labour induction, abnormal labour and other pregnancy-related complications.

  • Historical development of obstetrics
  • Degree of mental health problems in Ethiopia
  • Normal Pregnancy
  • Normal Postpartum
  • Abnormal Pregnancy
  • Puerperal Abnormalities
  • Labour Induction
  • Bongenital Anomaly
  • Obstetric Surgery


Health care, also known as a nursing home, consists of primary health care and doctors, nurses, and other caregivers who maintain intermediaries such as compensation, state and private policies, and managed care companies.


Palliative care is an important part of treating patients suffering from life-threatening illnesses and improving their quality of life through early detection of disease symptoms and prevention of physical and psychological disease states. medical approach. It contains several key elements of the palliative care process and the program should be implemented according to the guidelines.


Evidence-based medicine is best practice and was introduced in England in the early 1990s. EBP is the wise use of new knowledge to inform a patient's individual health care decisions. EBP has multiple goals to follow to achieve patient health care. Some resources are included in different tiers of evidence. The John Hopkins Nursing EBP Model and the IOWA Model are models for promoting quality nursing.


Clinical nursing is a demanding medical practice that can provide expert advice on the clinical picture and therapeutic approaches. Clinical nurses handle technical skills and improve patient health care by working in a variety of areas, collaborating with different categories of nurses. There are her three spheres of influence, such as Subject, Nurse Practitioner, and Domain (Health Care System), and these spheres further identify seven core competencies.


These days, innovative thinking and intelligence are paving the way for all companies to develop highly technical systems and software related to the healthcare industry. These advanced technologies in the medical field include telemedicine and telemedicine, medical informatics, photo voice, smart beds, simulation labs, electronic medical records, and thermal docks.

  • Telemedicine and telecare
  • Nursing informatics
  • Photo voice
  • Patient identification technology
  • Smart bed


Public health is the science of protecting and improving the health of people and their communities. This work is accomplished through promoting healthy lifestyles, researching disease and injury prevention, and detecting, preventing, and responding to infectious diseases. Public health professionals attempt to prevent problems from occurring or recurring by implementing educational programs, recommending policies, managing services, and conducting research. Clinical professionals, such as doctors and nurses, focus primarily on treatment after illness or injury. Public health is also working to reduce health inequalities. Public health in large part promotes equity, quality and accessibility of health care.


Pediatric care is defined as medical services provided by health professionals to sick or infected children. These services are funded by various health agencies. These medical professionals are specialized and experienced in treating pediatric patients. Child health care addresses all common and important clinical problems of children, including immunizations, medical history and examination, growth and nutrition, acute and chronic infections, parasites, skin conditions, domestic and social difficulties to do. Child Healthcare is designed for use in primary care.


  • Nephrology and Urology Nursing
  • Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
  • Vascular and Surgical Nursing
  • Radiology & Imaging Nursing
  • Gastrointestinal and Endoscopy Nursing
  • Forensic Nursing
  • Transcultural Nursing
  • Nursing - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
  • Pulmonary and Respiratory Nursing