Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Robotic Nurse Assistant

We may have many of friends that are nurses that are injured every year from having to move or lift patients in bed or after an emergency from a fall.  The problem is very common and many of times there is not someone around that is strong enough to lift a patient immediately after one of these occurrences. There are many variations from a full robot such as RIBA (Robot for Interactive Body Assistance) developed by RIKEN and Tokai Rubber Industries and assisted hardware such as HAL(Hybrid Assistive Limb) robot suits delivered by Cyberdyne.
RIBA is the first robot that can lift up or set down a real human from or to a bed or wheelchair. RIBA does this using its very strong human-like arms and by novel tactile guidance methods using high-accuracy tactile sensors. RIBA was developed by integrating RIKEN’s control, sensor, and information processing and TRI’s material and structural design technologies.
A company by the name of HAL is a robotics device that allows a care worker to life a patient with more stability and strength and helps prevent injuries to our nurses.    


Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Renowned Speakers

1. Ahmed Bahnassy

    Keynote on : Nurses’ Satisfaction with the Use of Health Information System (HIS)
    in A Saudi Tertiary Care Medical Center

2. Adel Harb

   Keynote on : Developing Charge Nurses as Front Line Leaders through Transformative   
   Learning

3. Ka Po Mak

    Oral Presentation on : Narrated experiences of nurse educator with high-fidelity
    simulation

4. Thank-God Okosun

     Oral Presentation on : Collegiate nursing education & practice in Nigeria- Challenges 
     & Successes  

5. Cari Furst

     Oral Presentation on : Developing an Effective Morbidity and Mortality Conference
     for Operating  Room Nurses     
     
6. Catherine Chiwaula

     Oral Presentation on : Evidence-Based Decision Making in Nursing: A Concept
     Analysis

7. Toni Slotnes

     Oral Presentation on : Latent autoimmune Diabetes in Adults

8. Yacob Mathai

     Oral Presentation on : During fever, why our body acts against Facts of Physics?

         

Monday, 21 May 2018

9 Awesome Benefits to Pursue a Career in Nursing

1 There Is a Major Nursing Shortage
2 Job Flexibility Is High
3 Enjoy Strong Personal Satisfaction
4 Work in Many Locations
5 Enjoy Career Mobility
6 High Salaries
7 Good As a Second Career Choice
8 Many Nursing Specialties
9 Work in Many Different Patient Populations

Sunday, 29 April 2018

Attractions of Osaka, Japan

Osaka is located slightly west of the geographic center of the Japanese archipelago, and forms one of the two focal points of the country's dual urban center structure, along with that of Tokyo.
Osaka is a cosmopolitan city near the ancient capital, Kyoto, best known for its dynamic food and drinking culture, and famously outgoing people.



Takoyaki (“octopus balls”) in Osaka

The Osaka castle is one of Japan's most famous landmarks and it played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century of the Azuchi-Momoyama period
Osaka Castle

By air, Osaka is served by two airports: Kansai International (KIX) and Osaka International (ITM). It’s very easy to reach Osaka from a huge number of destinations in Japan and throughout the world
Osaka

Osaka is just 27 miles (43 km) from the ancient capital, Kyoto. Various train lines connect the two cities – including the shinkansen (bullet train), a special rapid Japan Railways (JR) express train, and the Hankyu and Keihan Railways – making it a very easy trip
Bullet Train

Universal Studios Japan is located in Osaka is one of four Universal Studios theme parks, opened on 31 March 2001. Over 11 million guests visited the park in its opening year, making it the world's fastest amusement park to have achieved the 10 million milestone at the time
Universal Studios Japan

Shopping Districts

•           American Village (Ame-mura)

•           Den Den Town electrical goods shopping district

•           Dōtonbori

•           Namba

•           Shinsaibashi

•           Umeda (theaters, boutiques and department stores)




Saturday, 28 April 2018

Nursing Education 2018 - Top 10 Accepted Abstracts

1. Nurses’ Satisfaction with the Use of Health Information System (HIS)
in A Saudi Tertiary Care Medical Center by  Ahmed A. Bahnassy
2. Training nurses on empathy: following skills assessment study at kenyatta national hospital by Karani K. Anna
3. Development and Review of Health care Nursing Education by Hsiu-chi Chen
4. Experience of Nursing a patient of lung cancer with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by Roy adaptation model by Jing-Yun Lin
5. Effective use of communication as a vital tool for trust development by Nonye
6. An Exploratory Study  to Assess the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Regarding Prevention and Control of Leptospirosis among Rural Population of Selected Area of South Gujarat State with a View to Develop Guideline on Prevention and Control of Leptospirosis by Sanjaykumar Dabhi
7. Nursing Experience For A Patient With A Spinal Cord Injury Caused By Car Accident by Shusha Hsieh
8. Application of Orem’s self-care theory in the care of a patient with bone meta and spine injury: A nursing experience ShuHua Hsieh
9. During fever, why our body acts against Facts of Physics?  by K. M. Yacob
10. The nursing rounds system: Effect of patient’s call light use, bed sores, fall and satisfaction by Bassem Salah Saleh



Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Nursing Education 2018 with CNE accreditation


Certification in any field is a mark of professionalism. World Nursing Education 2018 Conference is now with Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Credits. Individuals that claim credit for the sessions they attend will receive a certificate conferring the credits several weeks following the conference.