The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science is the perfect source for information on continuing medical education on nursing courses as well as the most happening worldwide researches in the field of Nursing and healthcare.
IJNP 2018 Will Focus on "Unity in the diversity of nursing in leading and advancing global health for Innovations and current challenges". This offers a forum to network and interact with other healthcare professionals, earn credits and stay updated on the hottest advancements in the field. Our database lists national and international conferences, opportunities, speakers and events to customize your experience at the conference as per your preferences and interests.
The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science aim to share information and skill of nursing, midwifery and healthcare personnel all over the world and to influence and inspire students and professionals to work for social care needs of their respective communities.
On behalf of the organizing committee of the Nursing Conference, it is our great honor to invite you to join in a Nursing Journal.
As we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always adaptable, motivated and responsive to “International Journal of Nursing Education and palliative science ”.Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global change. The world of Nursing and healthcare is an exciting area in which to work on clinical case studies, and we’ll continue to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure ours innovate remains at the cutting edge. It is important we have a good balance of different article type within the journal.
Aim and Scope of the journal:
This seeks to attract healthcare professionals working for the growth and establishment of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education, in addition to those who are involved in training healthcare professionals. This journal is open to faculty, nursing and midwifery educationalists, academic administrators, senior education managers, practitioners, researcher, and students.
1 Nursing Teaching Strategies
2 Nursing Management
3 Psychiatric Nurses
4 Peri-Operative Nursing
5 Critical Care Nursing
6 Nursing Types
7 Critical Care for the Nurse Practitioner
8 Nursing Education
9 International Nursing Education
10 Advanced Nursing Practice
11 Disaster Nursing
12 Nursing Practice
13 Pediatric Nursing
14 Clinical Nursing
15 Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
16 Emergency Nursing
17 Environmental Health Nursing
18 Cardiac Nursing
19 Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals
20 Cardiac Nursing Management
21 Dental Nursing
22 Health Care Technology
23 Nursing Anesthesia
24 Gerontologic Nursing
25 Palliative care
26 Medical decision making and health economics
27 Nephrology Nursing
28 Neonatal nursing
Nursing Scientific Networks:
Nursing Leadership & Committees consider proposals for Special Issues Editors will return a decision on your proposal within Two weeks of receipt. To enrich our vision of making the scientific information available at an ease of access, Nursing Leadership & Committees initiated special issue for the open access journals. All the articles published under a special issue focuses on a single topic providing the complete information about the ongoing research providing more insight on an emphasized topic of research enabling the readers to access wide forecasted information on a particular topic Issue.
Special Issue Proposals: Special Issue deals with focused research topics of high interest, falling under the scope of the Journal. Special Issues are the pool of articles under a current topic selected from the Ongoing Research under specific discipline. The aim of the Special Issue is to provide a platform for the researchers to understand the recent advancements and challenges in particular areas of research. These articles will provide an opportunity to the readers to understand and access the scientific information.
We encourage potential scientists to organize the Special Issue in their field of interests that fit within the Journal scope. This will provide an opportunity to increase the visibility of the Guest Editors. The Special Issue Titles may be from any basic and clinical area of Science, Technology, and Medicine. People interested in publishing a special issue are advised to consider the following guidelines.
Your proposal should contain:
By submitting a Special Issue proposal to Nursing Leadership & Committees, you agree to abide by the Special Issue Editor Protocol should your proposal be accepted
Special issue articles are published immediately upon their acceptance and are released under upcoming regular issues. Special Issues are invited throughout the year. For more information or any queries about the special issues, please write us to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Promoting Your Special Issue
Nursing Leadership & Committees will work with Guest Editors to increase the visibility of the Special Issue in the months leading up to the submission deadline and once it has been published.
What Nursing Leadership & Committees will do:
1. Nursing Leadership & Committees will circulate your Call for Papers to the Nursing Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs. It will also advertise your Call on the Nursing websites and other social media platforms. It will re-issue the Call at appropriate intervals.
2. Once the Special Issue is published, announcements will be made to the Nursing Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs as well as on the Nursing websites social media platforms.
3. Free access to the Special Issue will be made available on the website to Guest Editors and readers.
What is expected of Guest Editors?
1. We expect that Guest Editors will circulate the Call for Papers within their own personal networks, social media groups, and at any relevant conferences or workshops, they may attend.
2. If it has not already been suggested as part of the proposal, consideration should be given to organizing a conference or workshop either to generate submissions or to aid in the development of submitted papers. A symposium or PDW at a well-known conference may also be considered.
3. We expect Guest Editors to identify up to 50 scholars for whom the Special Issue will be particularly relevant
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Dr. Debbie Saber received her BSN from Vanderbilt University, MS in Nursing Administration from DePaul University and PhD in Nursing from the University of Central Florida. She has over 25 years of critical care experience that includes staff, management and industry experience. She holds a position as an Assistant Professor at the University of Maine School of Nursing and works as an evidenced based practice/research director at Eastern Maine Medical Center. Dr. Saber teaches Pathophysiology, Adult Health III, and Health Related Research at the University of Maine.
Her research revolves around the healthcare work environment. She directed a meta-analysis aimed at determining the largest, moderate, and smallest predictors of job satisfaction for front-line registered nurses using study data from 1980–2009. During a longitudinal mixed methods study, Dr. Saber interviewed student nurses concerning their expectations of the work environment and perceptions after 3 and12 months of employment.
Her current research focuses on environmental sustainability efforts. As a healthcare industry expert, she examines solid and food waste within healthcare environments. She recently conducted a study about solid waste that is generated from patients in multidrug resistant organism isolation rooms and found that personal protective equipment (PPE) accounts for 43% of the waste in medically stable isolated patients. Currently, she is part of an interdisciplinary environmental sustainability team (nursing, environmental engineering, food science, economics, psychology, and anthropology) that has been funded to examining food waste with a team of interdisciplinary undergraduate students. The aim of her research is to examine food waste procedures and practices in Maine hospitals.
Current Research (2016-2018)
PI: Deborah Saber
Co-PIs: Jean MacRae, Cindy Isenhour, Balu Nayak, Travis Blackmer, and Linda Silka
United States Department of Agriculture: Higher Education Challenge Grant
Pending: $150,000 (2019-2021).
PI: Cindy Isenhour
Co-PIs: Travis Blackmer, Jean MacRae, Deborah Saber, Balu Nayak, and Linda Silka
Diana Davis Spencer Foundation
Awarded 1/2018 (duration 3/2018-3/2019) $25,000
PI: Deborah Saber
Co-PIs: Travis Blackmer, Jean MacRae, Cindy Isenhour, Balu Nayak, and Linda Silka
UMaine, Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Collaboratives Program
Awarded 1/2018 (duration 3/2018-3/2019) $25,000
PI: Mary Walker
Co-PI: Mary Shea
Co-I: Deborah Saber
University of Maine Pilot Fund
Awarded: 5/23/17 $65,000
PI: Deborah Saber
Intermural: University of Maine Faculty Summer Faculty Research Fund
Awarded: 3/21/2016 $8,000.00
2017- Maine Resource and Recovery Association