In today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment your career and level of patient care depends on your ability to further your education and skills. One way you can extend your knowledge and enhance your skills is through attending and participating in nursing conferences.
The Organizing Committee of the 4th World Nursing & Healthcare Conference invites you to participate in the 4th World Nursing & Healthcare Conference to be held August 20-22, 2018 in Rome, Italy. The theme for the Conference is "Reaching New Heights: Inspiration, Motivation and Collaboration in Nursing". This international conference provides a forum for nursing and clinicians, researchers and educators to share and celebrate experiences and achievements in nursing.
The Conference will cover the topics of Nursing Education, Nursing Practice, Nursing Research, Healthcare, Patient Safety, Epidemiology & Public Health, Oncology Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Surgical Nursing, Trauma & Critical Care, Midwifery & Pregnancy, Obesity & Nutrition and others. The conference will include the opportunity to learn from clinicians, educators and researchers from a breadth of clinical specialties and develop professional networks.
The Four Reasons why you should attend the 4th Annual World Nursing & Healthcare Conference: Networking, Continuing Education and Skill Development, Career Advancement.
This special invitation is extended to international colleagues to attend and contribute to the conference. Mark your calendars now and for more details please contact us at email@example.com
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