Conference Series CME nursing continuing education add primary education and support for the nursing professionals for practice
(PRWEB) October 03, 2016
Conference Series announces its schedule for the Nursing Conferences during 2017 across USA, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific with a view to address the complex challenges related Nursing and Health Care.
Nursing practice is both a science and a craftsmanship. It requires logical ability with a solid foundation in sociology and humanities. Need-based, patient-centered approaches are considered essential for the health care systems to provide seamless, affordable, and quality care that is accessible to all. In accordance to achieve a better understanding of Nursing and practices, Nursing Meetings implicates the progresses in nursing practice, administration and instruction in connection to ensure patient centric healthcare.
Nursing meetings attains great significance at a time when the health reforms are gaining strength globally due to aging population, increase in chronic diseases, and rising costs. Modern day nurses are expected to play leadership roles in formulating health policies, planning, and provision. Thus, CME nursing continuing education add primary education and support for the nursing professionals for practice.
Nursing is the largest health care profession in USA with more than 3.1 million registered nurses (RNs) nationwide, employing 2.6 million or 84.8% individuals. The Nursing and Healthcare industry is in the mature stage of its life cycle. From 2011 to 2021, the industry value added (IVA) that denotes the industry's contribution to the US economy is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 3.4%. This growth rate is an indication to state that nursing industry is expanding faster than the GDP, which is projected to increase at the rate of 2.2% annually over the same period. While the demographic trends continue to promote the industry growth, nursing care facilities remained as a crucial part of American communities since the early 20th century.
CME CEU for nurses sets the stage for a comprehensive discussion among the multidisciplinary teams comprising doctors and the other allied health professionals to mitigate the health concerns of the patients. Indeed, this platform provides great opportunities for shared inter-disciplinary collaboration in research, education, and practice amongst health professionals.
Nobel Laureates, reputed scientists, seasonal academicians, professionals, clinical and diagnostic experts, representatives from corporate and R&D sectors, and students share their research outcome through our well structured
Nurse practitioner meetings, which consist of workshops, symposia and B2B meetings with cutting edge research presentations from various Academicians, Researchers and key leaders from the Industry.
OMICS Group with its 2000+ employees has been supported by 50000+ well-qualified scientists as editorial board members who serve on voluntary basis to disseminate healthcare and scientific information open access, and year on year this support is increasing progressively with which OMICS Group is able to grow from 10 journals in 2009 to 700 journals by 2016. OMICS Group journals and conferences readers/online visitors also increased from 10,000 in 2009 to 30 million by 2016. OMICS International Conference Series organizes 3000 scientific meetings every year across America, Europe, Middle East and Asia.