Events ICN Meetings & Events Regional Conference, UAE, September 2018
Regional Conference, UAE, September 2018

Regional Conference UAE

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Nurses: A Voice to lead – Ensuring access to healthcare through leadership, innovation and collaborative practice is the theme of the ICN Regional Conference to be held in Abu Dhabi 25-27 September 2018. Nurses are critical to addressing major global health issues such as NCDs, infectious disease and mental health and this conference will consider the regional challenges and opportunities these present for the Nursing profession and healthcare system. Through plenary speakers, concurrent sessions and posters delegates will be able to hear about innovations in Nursing practice and models of care and the role of Nursing leadership as well network and share ideas with Nurses from across the region. Other key themes will include informatics and technology, disaster and emergency nursing , infection control and prevention, workforce development and education. The conference will provide a platform to mobilize, promote and raise the profile of the Nursing profession across the Middle East/Gulf Region.

 

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Refund/Cancellation: Registered participants who are unable to attend the Regional Conference will have their fees fully refunded, less a processing fee, provided written notice of cancellation is received by ICN before 28 June 2018. From 28 to 31 August, a 50% refund, less a processing fee, will be applicable; as of 1 September 2018, no fee refund can be expected. All refunds will be processed after the Regional Conference. Full details concerning changes and cancellations will be published on the ICN Regional Conference webpage when registration opens on 8 April 2018.