This ICN International Conference will present strong evidence demonstrating how nurses, as key members of the health services team, promote and contribute to quality and accessible health care. The Conference will provide opportunities to disseminate nursing knowledge and leadership across specialities, cultures and countries. The three ICN pillars – Professional practice, Regulation and Socio-economic Welfare – will frame the scientific programme and the dynamic exchange of experiences and expertise.
The main objectives of the Conference are:
To advance and improve the coverage and quality of health services
To demonstrate the nursing contribution to the health of individuals, families and communities
To provide opportunities for an in-depth exchange of experience and expertise within and beyond the international nursing community.
All ICN Networks will hold 90 minute sessions,
focusing on their specific areas of interest.
Updates on the programme for these sessions will be available on the Conference website and through a series of media announcements. Areas of particular interest include:
- Disaster Response Network
- HIV/AIDS Network
- Leadership for Change Network
- Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network
- Nursing Education Network
- Regulation Network
- Remote and Rural Nursing Network
- Research Network
- Socio-economic Welfare Network
- Student Nurse Network
- Telenursing Network