21 - 23 April 2024
Philadelphia University
Amman, Jordan

Towards improving quality of health care

The Third International Scientific Nursing Conference - virtual and physical participation

Under the patronage of HRH Princess Mona Al Hussein

Submit Abstract Register Here Call for papers

Introduction

Nurses are dedicated to the health and well-being of all individuals. Caring requires nurses to examine routine procedures and determine how they might be improved. The amount of information produced by rigorous nursing research improves nursing knowledge and practice, contributes towards development and shaping of health care policies as well as the advancement of global healthcare. As patients' needs become more complicated and healthcare systems become more diverse, nurses implement evidence-based care by combining their own nursing research, professional experience, and patient's preferences. Consequently, the purpose of the current conference is to disseminate up-to-date information on nursing research and its contributions towards improving global health.


Abstract Scopes

The abstract scope will encompass the following topics

Maternal and Child Care:
Maternal Health Nursing
Child Health Nursing

Critical and End of Life Care:
Geriatric Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
Critical Care Nursing
Palliative and End of Life Care

Administration and Technology:
Nursing Administration and Leadership
Information and Technology in Healthcare
Education Technology: Simulation


Aims

Convey current knowledge regarding quality of health care and its relationship to global health.

Raise professional and public awareness of the nursing profession and its contribution to enhancing the quality of health care.

Enhance global networking and collaborative activities among nursing experts.


Conference Chairperson


Dr. Jean Watson

Professor Jean Watson

Keynote speaker

Jean Watson is Distinguished Professor and Dean Emerita, University of Colorado Denver, College of Nursing Anschutz Medical Center campus, where she held the nation’s first endowed Chair in Caring Science for 16 years. Watson was inducted as a Living Legend by the American Academy of Nursing, its highest honor.

Dr. Lucy Bray

Professor Lucy Bray

Keynote speaker

Lucy Bray is a children’s nurse who currently works as Professor of Child Health Literacy at Edge Hill University. Her child-centred work focusses on improving the preparation, education and experiences of children who are having health care procedures.

Muayyad Mustafa Ahmad

Professor Muayyad Mustafa Ahmad

Keynote speaker

Muayyad Ahmad, a respected nursing scholar and researcher, has made significant contributions to nursing science through his extensive research and publications. Muayyad Ahmad holds a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as an MSc and BSc from the University of Jordan. IN addition, he was ranked in the top 2% of the world's top one hundred thousand scientists in studies published by Stanford University in October 2020 and October 2021.

Muayyad Mustafa Ahmad

Professor Bernie Carter

Keynote speaker

Prof. Bernie Carter is a children’s nurse and she’s been asking questions about how best to care for children and their families for more than 45 years. She’s Professor of Children’s Nursing at Edge Hill University, a Clinical Professor, University of Tasmania, Australia and Adjunct Professor of Nursing, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. She is passionate about undertaking, implementing and disseminating research as she believes it can and does contribute to making things better for children and their families. She uses dance, performance, imagery, animation and the power of the written and spoken word to help disseminate her work.

Dr. Edilma L. Yearwood

Professor Edilma L. Yearwood

Keynote speaker

Edilma L. Yearwood, she received her BSN from the University of Connecticut, her MA in Nursing from New York University, and her PhD in Nursing from Adelphi University. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Child and Family at New York University and a postdoctoral fellowship in Nursing Research at the University of Pennsylvania. Yearwood teaches mental health nursing, undergraduate research to honors nursing students, and a university-wide health equity course.


Intima Alrimawi

Intima Alrimawi

Invited speaker

Dr. Intima Alrimawi is an Associate Professor at Georgetown University/School of Nursing. She has more than eight years of experience in nursing education and 17 years of experience as a registered nurse in the children and public health fields. Her research focuses on improving the quality of care for vulnerable families and children with complex health concerns or critical illness, developing health services in low and middle-income countries, and developing the quality of nursing education. Throughout her education and research, she received multiple grants and fellowships. She did publish her studies in prestigious journals and presented them at local and international conferences. Dr. Alrimawi is a board member of many organizations that aim to develop the family health and nursing profession. This includes being a member of the Nursing Research Advisory Committee (NRAC) at Children’s National Hospital. She is also the president-elect and award chair at the Epsilon Zeta Chapter of the Sigma Honor Society of Nursing, and a member of the nominating committees at the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA).

Dr. Nahyeni Bassah Bios

Dr. Nahyeni Bassah

Invited speaker

Nahyeni Bassah, RN, PhD is a Senior Lecturer of Nursing at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Buea, Cameroon. She has experience in curriculum development, classroom and clinical teaching, training of clinical mentors, supervision of student research projects, and paper presentations at scientific conferences.
Dr Bassah’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Nursing Science and a Master’s in Nursing Education from the University of Buea. She equally holds a PhD in Nursing Studies from the University of Nottingham in the UK and undertook her postdoctoral training at the University of Alberta, Canada. Her passion is to contribute towards improving nursing education and practice in resource poor contexts, with a particular focus on palliative care and nursing care quality.

Hana Rizmadewi Agustina

Hana Rizmadewi Agustina

Guest speaker

Hana is currently an Assistant Professor in Fundamental Nursing Studies at Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia. She now in-charge as the Head of Department of Fundamental and Paediatric Nursing Studies at Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran, West Java, Indonesia. Her areas of research include fundamental nursing; nursing education; quality of life; palliative and end of life care education; curriculum development and evaluation. She is in-charged as the Head of Division of Nursing Education and Training Services at the INNA (Indonesian Nurses Association) of West Java Province position. She has now been leading a palliative and end of life care education in undergraduate program in her university and running a sharing forum called ‘SPECTRUM’, an online learning platform involved resource persons and participants from domestic and overseas that has defined the size and impact of the condition on education, practice and research in palliative care


Publication Support - Journals

Accepted abstracts that meet the publication criteria will be published in the following journals.

Journal of Ege University Faculty of Nursing

"Journal of Holistic Nursing"

Scope and Aims
The purpose of the Journal of Holistic Nursing is to publish work that contributes to development of the knowledge, advancement of the science, and promotion of the practice of holistic nursing and health care
Journal of Holistic Nursing (HN) is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal with a focus on advancing the science and practice of holistic nursing and healthcare. ... | View full journal description. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)


Jordan Journal of Nursing Research

"Jordan Journal of Nursing Research"

Jordan Journal of Nursing Research (JJNR) is an open-access peer reviewed, scientific journal that focuses on promoting scholarly work that advances and supports the discipline of nursing. The journal aims to promote the exchange and dissemination of knowledge that is relevant to nursing, midwifery, health policy and health-related issues. Further, JJNR seeks original manuscripts that explore ideas, issues, and innovations that contribute to knowledge development and best practices in nursing worldwide.

See instructions to authors to submit full paper to the journal


Journal of Ege University Faculty of Nursing

"Journal of Ege University Faculty of Nursing"

The journal is indexed within the scope of the ULAKBIM TR Index, Turkiye Citation Index, EBSCHO, CINAHL, Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI), Sobiad Citation Index (SOBIAD), Turk Medline, and CiteFactor. Journal's Publication language is Turkish and English. See instructions to authors to submit full paper to the journal.


Programs

Pre-conference program

We will offer synchronous and asynchronous virtual open lecture activities and workshops on research methodology. All lecture materials will be archived on the conference website. This pre-conference event will take place on April 21-23, 2024

Conference program

This program will be held on April 21-23, 2024, and will include keynote speech, plenary sessions, concurrent sessions (oral presentation), and poster presentations. These events will be conducted using a hybrid technique consisting of Microsoft Team sessions for virtual attendees and in-person meetings for on-site attendees.

For oral and poster presentations, presenters MUST submit either a 10-minute presentation video or an electronic poster (PNG or PDF file). The committee should receive all materials by April 15, 2024. The scientific committee will analyze all approved abstracts and full papers and then choose the best ones. The suitable manuscripts will be suggested for publication in the chosen journals.



Conference Committees

Steering Committee

Prof. Mariam Kawafha

Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, Philadelphia University, Jordan

Prof. Adnan Mourad

Dean of the Faculty of Public Health, Islamic University of Lebanon

Prof. Aysegul Donmez

Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Prof. Hani Nawafleh

Secretory General, Jordanian Nursing Council

Scientific Committee

Dr. Hayat Abu Shaikah

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. AbdAlKareem Iblasi

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. Taghrid Chaaban

Islamic University of Lebanon

Prof. Fatma Demir Korkmaz

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Dr. Esma Ozşeker

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Dr. Hulya Kankaya

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Dr. Mujgan Solak

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Tugba Nur Oden

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Tugce Yesilyaprak

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Njume Neville Kome

Dr. Nahyani Bassah

University of Buea, Cameroon

Dr. Eman AlSaleh

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. Abdullah Algunmeeyn

Al-Isra University, Jordan

Dr. Yakubu Salifu

Dr. Intima Alrimawi

Dr. Sylivia Nalubega

Dr. Ülkü GÜNEŞ

Dr. Aslı KALKIM

Dr. Fahriye VATAN

Dr. Fatma ORGUN

Dr. Nurdan AKÇAY DİDİŞEN

Dr. Eta Vivian E. Ayamba

Dr. Sulaiman Al Sabei

Organizing Committee

Dr. Maha Atout

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. Nahyani Bassah

University of Buea, Cameroon

Dr. Eman Al-Saleh

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. AbdAlKareem Iblasi

Philadelphia University, Jordan

Dr. Taghrid Chaaban

Islamic University of Lebanon

Prof. Fatma Demir Korkmaz

Ege University, Izmir, Turkiye

Dr. Eta Vivian E. Ayamba

University of Buea, Cameroon

Njume Neville Kome

The African Meta University, Cameroon

Ibrahim Younes Ayoub

Islamic University of Lebanon

Dr. Atena Barat

Queen Mary university of London, UK

Dr. Sulaiman Al Sabei

Sultan Qaboos University, Oman


Accommodation

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Registration Fees

For onsite registration, registration fees will cover lunches, coffee breaks and refreshments


Price for Postgraduate students



Submission Guidelines

"Please prepare the following information before to beginning:"

Providing author's and co-author contact information:

– First and last name(s) in full – Email address.

– Details on affiliation: department, institution or hospital, location, and country, Telephone No.

Recommended Presentation Type:

Oral Presentation/Poster

• Abstract Title:

• Abstract Text: limited to 250 words

• Abstract subject

• Just text should be provided.

The use of tables, figures, and bulleted text is prohibited.

Abstracts consist of the following sections:

• Background

• Objectives

• Methods

• Results

• conclusions

Abstract Submission And Acceptance



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B. O. Box. 1 Philadelphia University, Amman, 19392

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