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The Evolving Role of Nurses in Today’s Healthcare Landscape
Nurses have always played a vital role in healthcare, but in recent years, their responsibilities have expanded significantly. As the healthcare landscape evolves and becomes more complex, so does the role of nurses. Today, nurses are not only responsible for providing direct patient care, but they are also involved in decision-making, managing patient care plans, and leading quality improvement initiatives. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical role of nurses in healthcare. Nurses have been at the forefront of the pandemic, providing care to patients, administering vaccines, and supporting the public health response. As we move forward, it is essential to understand the evolving role of nurses and how they can continue to provide high-quality care in the face of new challenges. In this webinar, we will discuss the changing role of nurses in healthcare, explore the impact of the pandemic on the nursing profession, and identify strategies for supporting nurses in their evolving roles.
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Nursepreneur, Founder & CEO -Cygnia Healthcare Former Founder President -Association of Nurse Executives (India) Patient Safety Ambassador (India) for Patient Safety Movement Foundation (USA)
How to identify rare diseases from public health perspective
Rare diseases are often difficult to identify because they affect a small percentage of the population. Public health professionals play an important role in identifying rare diseases. Early identification of rare diseases can lead to better treatment outcomes. Rare diseases may have a genetic component. Public health professionals can use surveillance systems to identify rare diseases. Collaboration with healthcare providers is important in identifying rare diseases. Rare diseases may present with unusual symptoms. Public health professionals can use screening programs to identify rare diseases. Genetic testing can be used to identify rare diseases. Rare diseases may be misdiagnosed as more common conditions.Public health professionals should be aware of the prevalence of rare diseases in their population. Public health professionals can use electronic health records to identify cases of rare diseases. Rare diseases may have a familial pattern of inheritance.
Mental Health Support for Nurses: Coping with Burnout, Stress, and Trauma
Nurses are frequently exposed to stressful and emotionally demanding situations that can lead to burnout, compassion fatigue, and other mental health challenges. Prioritizing mental health and well-being is crucial for nurses to maintain their health and resilience to provide high-quality patient care. HealthJobs.One invites you to join an exclusive webinar on Mental Health Support for Nurses: Coping with Burnout, Stress, and Trauma by Ms. Antonia Pushparaj - Head of Nursing, Apollo Spectra to learn more about the importance of taking care of your mental health. In this webinar, we will discuss the changing role of nurses in healthcare, explore the impact of the pandemic on the nursing profession, and identify strategies for supporting nurses in their evolving roles.
Careers in Family Medicine: Journey from a MBBS graduate to the founding president of the Academy of Family Physicians of India
Are you interested in pursuing a successful career in Family medicine? Join us for an exclusive online interaction featuring Dr. Raman Kumar , distinguished physician and a leader in the field of family medicine in India who will share his inspiring success story, and his professional journey from a MBBS graduate to the to the founding president of the Academy of Family Physicians of India Learn from his experiences and insights to discover the immense potential of family medicine as a career option. In this live online session, you will get a chance to hear directly from Dr.Raman about his journey to becoming a renowned family medicine physician. He will share the challenges he faced and the strategies he used to overcome them, providing valuable insights into what it takes to excel in this exciting and rewarding field. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a unique perspective on family medicine and get inspired to take the first steps towards a successful career in this field. Register now to secure your spot!
eIntegrity & its benefits to the worldwide health
During the webinar, Mr. Graves will provide insights on - eIntegrity's mission, links with the Royal Colleges in United Kingdom - Extensive range of programmes, and 2022 activity. - He will also highlight the key benefits of eIntegrity courses for healthcare professionals, including world-class e-learning developed by clinicians for clinicians, availability online 24/7, highly engaging and interactive content, suitability for training and professional development, and support for traditional and new learning approaches. About eIntegrity eIntegrity operates independently from Health Education England and is accountable to the eIntegrity Executive Board, which comprises members from the Royal Medical Colleges and Health Education England. By providing high-quality, accessible training and education for healthcare professionals, eIntegrity aims to improve patient care and outcomes worldwide.