4th International Conference on Nursing and Midwifery is a leading forum for nurse practitioners, nurse anaesthetist, nurse midwives, clinical nurses, and nurse consultants, along with researchers, educators, administrators, policy makers and students to learn, exchange knowledge and discuss to advance their professional development and clinical performance. This conference is one of the largest and most valuable conference with the diverse presentations dedicated to bringing together nurses who share a passion for patient care. This event tries to fill in the void that is being created by the current global academic and research by the different global challenges.
To be held from May 22 - 24, 2023 in London, United Kingdom in bringing nursing to the forefront of thinking on global health and enabling nurses to do even more in improving healthcare globally. Our goal is to continue to offer you the very best in nursing practice, continuing education, career development, and networking opportunities during the conference. We hope this conference will play an important role in providing a platform in 2023.
The main theme of the conference is "Nursing and Health Care" and is anticipating participation from around the globe, the three-day conference will include plenary sessions, keynote speeches, poster, and oral presentations.
All accepted abstracts will be published free of cost in our International Journals and will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Crossref.
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