28th World Conference on

Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plans

Theme: Exploring Latest Innovations in Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Prague, Czech Republic

16 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Nursing Diagnosis 2018

About Conference

EuroSciCon proudly announces the “28th World Conference on Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans 2018" during September 10-11, 2018 Prague, Czech Republic, with the theme “Exploring Latest Innovations in Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans”. EuroSciCon through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community.

Nursing Diagnosis is a part of the nursing process and is a clinical judgment about individual, family or community experiences or responses to actual or potential health problems. On the other hand, Nursing Care Plans provide direction on the type of nursing care the individual or family or community needs. The primary focus of a nursing care plans is to facilitate standardized, evidence-based and holistic care. Nursing care plans have been used for human purposes and are now being used in the veterinary profession as well.

Scope and Importance

Nursing Diagnoses 2018 aims to focus on the critical parts ensuring that the knowledge and contribution of nursing practice to patient outcomes are found within the electronic health record and can be linked to nurse-sensitive patient outcome. It also helps in discovering advances in health practice and management for health disparities too.

Who Can Attend?

Leading world Doctors, registered Nurses, health care professionals, Professors, Research fellows,leading universities, students, directors of association and societies.

Nursing Diagnosis 2018 conference brings together individuals who have an interest in different fields of nursing like psychiatric, cancer, cardiac, critical care, adult & women health, legal, Pediatric and emergency nursing, diagnosis, care plans, midwifery, public health, healthcare and medicine from practice, research, administration, policy and education. It is a forum to explore issues of mutual concern as well as exchange knowledge, share evidence, ideas, and generate solutions.

Why to Attend?

Nursing conference will provides exposure for the possibilities in the field of Nursing. It is very beneficial for the students, physicians, nurses, doctors, health care people, professors because it provides knowledge in this field.  It also gives opportunities to the nursing societies to showcase their knowledge and have face to face meetings with scientists, increasing their business opportunities and also gives opportunity to know about their market competitors. It allows nurses of all levels of experience to participate in an area of career and education growth that is not easily found within the structure of the workplace. We assure, our attendees would return to their hospitals with a confidence to improve their nursing practice, equipped with certified procedures to work with.


Track 1: Nursing Diagnosis

It is one of the branch of the nursing process which is based on clinical judgment about an individual or family’s experiences to actual or potential health problems. It is done as per the basis of data obtained during the assessment. The actual diagnosis discovers the problem present at time of assessment, whereas a medical diagnosis identifies the disorder.

Nursing process

Clinical judgment

Nursing assessment

Medical diagnosis

Nursing diagnosis

Track 2: Nursing Care Plan

It provides instructions on the type of nursing care the individual or family may require. Nursing care plans are being used since so long for human purposes and are now being used in the veterinary profession as well.

Care planning is basically, identifying problems and finding solutions to reduce or remove them. Care plans helps in recording and hence their effectiveness is assessed. Nursing care plans provide continuity of care, safety, quality care and compliance.

Standardized care

Holistic care

Expected outcome


Care structure

Track 3: Types of Nursing Diagnosis

Actual diagnosis represents the problem at the time of the nursing assessment. It is based on the available associated signs and symptoms. Risk diagnosis is a clinical judgment that the problem may be there or not. Wellness diagnosis is the human responses to site if wellness in an individual or family. Syndrome diagnosis deals with a cluster of other diagnoses.





Associated signs and symptoms

Track 4: Types of Care Plans

Client assessment, medical results and diagnostic reports, this is basically, the first step in order to be able to create a care plan. In particular client assessment is related to the following areas and abilities: physical, emotional, sexual, psychosocial, cultural, spiritual/transpersonal, cognitive, functional, age related, economic and environmental. Information in this area can be subjective and objective. Expected patient outcomes are outlined and hence, may be long or short term. Nursing interventions are documented in the care plan. Rationale for interventions in order to be evidence based care. Evaluation, documents the outcome of nursing interventions.

Client assessment

Care pathways

Care bundles

Record care

Measure Care

Track 5: General Care Plans 

Nurses play a variety of roles and functions. They provide care of patient before, during, and after the treatment, and this is called as Perioperative Nursing. It is a unique nursing area wherein a nurse works as a team member for health care professionals.

Deficient Knowledge


Risk for Injury

Risk for Infection

Risk for Altered Body Temperature

Ineffective Breathing Pattern

Altered Sensory/Thought Perception

Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit

Acute Pain

Track 6:  Nursing Diagnosis for Cerebrovascular Accident

At the time of acute phase of CVA, main focus should be on survival needs and prevention. Mainly, care is done as efficient continuing neurologic assessment, support for respiration, monitoring of vital signs, management of gastric problems, and focused monitoring of electrolyte, and nutritional status.

Ineffective Cerebral Tissue Perfusion

Impaired Physical Mobility

Impaired Verbal Communication

Disturbed Sensory Perception

Ineffective Coping

Self-Care Deficit

Risk for Impaired Swallowing

Activity Intolerance

Track 7: Nursing Care Management

Nursing management comprises of the execution of the authority elements of administration and basic leadership inside associations utilizing medical attendants. It incorporates forms normal to all administration like arranging, sorting out, staffing, coordinating and controlling.

Workforce Planning

Crisis and risk management

Human resource management

Innovations and reforms in nursing management

Information technology in nursing

Nursing ethics


Track 8: Nursing Diagnosis for Diabetes Mellitus

It is recognized by hyperglycemia or dangerously high blood sugar level, may occur due to either by not enough secretion of insulin or may be the development of insulin resistance by cells.

Imbalanced Nutrition Less Than Body Requirements

Fluid Volume Deficit

Impaired Skin Integrity

Activity Intolerance

High risk of injury


Risk for ineffective management

Track 9: Nursing Care Law

Legal Nursing is the medical department, based on the legal authorization which provides license to nursing practice according to state and federal laws. In legal nursing, there are mainly six ethical principles that arise continually for the nurses who works in the correctional setting with respect for persons Beneficence, No maleficence, Justice, Veracity, Fidelity. They usually do their job in legal issues by recording the professional problems and figured out the medical etymology by consulting them personally.

Health care laws

Ethical issues in legal nursing

Medical practice and linked life insurance

Role of legal nursing

Legal nurse in end-of-life care

The affordable care act

Nurse anesthetist

Personal Data Assistants

Track 10: Nursing Diagnostic for Oncology

Patients who have undergone for the treatment of cancer or currently have an untreated cancer can develop a risk for infection called Neutropenia. Risk for infections linked to compromised host defenses are secondary to insufficient leukocytes and radiation therapy acts as evidence by neutrophil count <500.

Anticipatory Grieving

Situational Low Self-Esteem

Acute Pain

Altered Nutrition

Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit


Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity

Track 11: Safety in Nursing

A Healthy Work Environment is said to be one that is safe, empowering, and satisfying. As per the World Health Organization definition of health, it is not the absence of real and perceived threats to health, but is a place of “physical, mental, and social well-being".

Bullying and Violence Prevention

Chemicals, Drugs, and Biohazard Safety

Safe Patient Handling and Mobility

Safe Staffing

Sharps Safety

Track 12: Environmental Health Nursing

The practice of environmental health nursing is focused on health promotion, illness and injury prevention, and also the protection of individual. The underlying notion is multidisciplinary and includes the sciences of nursing, medicine, public health. It even includes the social and behavioral sciences and principles of management and health care administration.

Clinical and primary health care

Case management

Health hazard assessment and surveillance

Counseling and health education

Health promotion

Track 13: New Technologies in Nursing

New technology can be as intimidating for nurses as it sometimes is for patients, so appropriate training and system design is vital for success. As technology is adapted into more health care settings, it may eventually be used in new, unexpected ways, or bring to light new possibilities that can improve nursing practice and health care even further. Besides from requiring new skills to understand and operate them correctly, these new technologies require nurses to have top critical-thinking, decision-making, and leadership skills to support the maximum benefits to their practice as well as patients.

Wireless Communication Systems

Real-Time Location Services

Wireless Patient Monitoring

Smart TVs

Point of Care Technology

Track 14: Nursing Diagnosis in Anemia

Anemia is a condition wherein a decrease in the red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood is seen, which vary by age, sex, altitude, etc. There are several types and classifications of anemia. When it is on the initial stage, the symptoms are generally vague and may include feeling tired, weakness, shortness of breath, whereas when it is at higher stages, it often has greater symptoms, which may include confusion, feeling like one is going to pass out, loss of consciousness, or increased thirst.

Inadequate secondary defenses

Changes in nutrition

Changes in tissue perfusion


High risk to skin integrity

Track 15: Nursing Care Informatics

Nursing informatics is the Virtue that consolidates nursing science with numerous information administration and diagnostic sciences to classify, illustrate, maintain, and disseminate data, intelligence, awareness, and foresight in nursing practice. This backing is skillful through the use of intelligence format, intelligence development, and intelligence automation.

Information science to enhance quality of nursing practice

Science of nursing

Health care-associated costs reduced

Handheld digital devices

Computer technology

Track 16: North American Nursing Diagnosis Association

This association is basically a professional organization of nurses, founded in 1982 for the purpose of standardizing the nursing terminology. The association generates researches, disseminates and refines the nomenclature, criteria, and taxonomy of the diagnosis. Then, in 2002, it relaunched itself as NANDA International, due to it broadening scope of membership.

Health Promotion


Elimination and exchange

Activity or rest

Perception or cognition


Role relationships

Life principles



Track 17: Fundamental Transformation of the Nursing Profession

The main role of nurses is to ensure quality, accessibility, and value, hence the nursing profession itself must undergo a fundamental transformation if the vision for health care is to be realized. Old regulations, attitudes, policies, and habits bounds one from innovations that the nursing profession can bring to health care at a pace of tremendous complexity, change and challenges.

The need to transform practice

The need to transform education

The need to transform leadership

The need for better data on the health care workforce

The need to transform system

Track 18: Tele-nursing

It is the use of telecoms and information technology in respect of nursing services whenever a huge physical distance exists between patient and nurse. Among its several advantages, tele-nursing also helps in solve increasing shortages of nurses so as to reduce distances and save travel time, and hence to keep patients out of hospital.

Remote service delivery

Financial savings

Improved bed allocation

Patient comfort

Increased health care employment opportunities

Accessibility by patients in remote areas

Track 19: E-health

It is a recent term for healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication. The term defines not only a technical development, but also a state-of-mind, a way of thinking, an attitude, and a commitment for networked, global thinking, to improve healthcare worldwide by using information and communication technology.

Enhancing quality

Evidence based






Track 20: Nursing Care Plans for Depression

Depression is basically a mood disorder which is introduced by disturbances in the regulation of mood, behavior, and affect that go beyond the general fluctuations. The plan of care for such should be to determine, degree of impairment, coping abilities, assist patient to deal with the situation, and promote health and wellness.

Risk for Self-Directed Violence

Impaired Social Interaction

Spiritual Distress

Chronic Low Self-Esteem

Disturbed Thought Processes

Self-Care Deficit

Track 21: Nursing Care Plans for AIDS (HIV Positive)

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a serious secondary immunodeficiency disorder caused by the retrovirus, human immunodeficiency virus. Both diseases are characterized by the continuous destruction of T-cell with subsequent effects on B-cell because of the pivotal role of the CD4+helper T cells in immune reactions. Immunodeficiency makes the patient prone to infections, unusual cancers, and other some other abnormalities as well. Transmission may occur through contact with infected blood or body fluids and is associated with identifiable high-risk behaviors.

Acute/Chronic Pain

Impaired Oral Mucous Membrane

Disturbed Thought Process

Social Isolation


Risk for Deficient Fluid Volume

Track 22: Nursing Care Plans for Hepatitis

Hepatitis is found to be distributed as a large inflammation of the liver that results in degeneration and necrosis of liver cells. Inflammation of the liver can be due to bacterial invasion, injury by physical or toxic chemical agents, viral infections i.e., hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, G, or autoimmune response. Although most hepatitis is self-limiting, approximately 20% of acute hepatitis B and 50% of hepatitis C cases progress to a chronic state or cirrhosis and can be fatal.

Reduce demands on liver

Prevent complications

Enhance self-concept

Provide information about disease process, prognosis, and treatment needs

Increased calorie needs/hypermetabolic state

Track 23: Nursing Care Plans for Alzheimer

It is a gradually developing and irreversible, degenerative, fatal disease. It is a brain disorder that affects a person’s ability to carry out daily activities. It generally begins after age 60 and the risk goes up as one gets older. Pathologic consequences generally include the loss of neurons in multiple areas within the brain, the presence of plaques composed of neurites, astrocytes, and glial cells that surround an amyloid center. The enzyme choline acetyltransferase, has the least action with Alzheimer's patient, which in turn results in impaired conduction of impulses between the nerve cells. So far, no treatment can stop the progression of the disease. However, some drugs may help in keeping symptoms from getting worse for a limited time.

Disturbed Thought Process

Chronic Confusion

Impaired Verbal Communication

Impaired Physical Mobility

Disturbed Sleep Pattern

Disturbed Sensory Perception

Compromised Family Coping


Track 24: Nursing Care Plans for Cystic Fibrosis

It is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder caused by a mutation in the gene for the protein cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator present in the mucus-secreting cells of the body, primarily affecting the respiratory, reproductive, and gastrointestinal tracts. The hallmark manifestation of cystic fibrosis is chronic, progressive lung disease, resulting from secretion of dehydrated mucus with airway obstruction, and malnutrition from pancreatic insufficiency. The sweat glands and reproductive glands are also affected, almost all males with cystic fibrosis are sterile because of absence or impairment of vas deferens, whereas females have reduced fertility.

Impaired Gas Exchange

Ineffective Airway Clearance



Adequate oxygenation

Track 25: Nursing Care Plans for Asthma

It is a chronic inflammatory lung disease, causes airway hyperresponsiveness, mucus production, and mucosal edema resulting in reversible airflow obstruction. Allergens, air pollutants, cold weather, physical exertion, strong odors, and medications are common factors for asthma. Status asthmaticus is the most severe and persistent asthma that does not respond to the usual treatment, attacks can occur with little or no warning and can progress rapidly to asphyxiation.

Ineffective Breathing Pattern

Ineffective Airway Clearance

Activity Intolerance

Ensure adequate hydration



Nursing Diagnosis 2018 welcomes the attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Prague, Czech Republic.  We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “28th Edition of World Congress on Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans 2018 Conference” which is going to be held during September 10-11, 2018 Prague, Czech Republic. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Nursing Diagnosis 2018, where you will be sure, to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Nursing Diagnosis 2018 organizing committee look forward to you in Prague, Czech Republic.

Importance and Scope

Nursing Diagnosis 2018 aims to focus on the critical parts of ensuring that the knowledge and contribution of nursing practice to patient outcomes are found within the electronic health record and can be linked to nurse-sensitive patient outcome. It also helps in discovering advances in health practice and management for health disparities. Care plans provide direction for individualized care of the client. A care plan flows from each patient's unique list of diagnoses and should be organized by the individual's specific needs.

The conference will facilitate a series of discussions about state-of-the-art processes, organizational transitions, analytics, and technology innovation within the health industry and academia, regarding transformational care delivery and health management models.

Highlights of the Conference

Nursing Diagnos

Nursing Care Plan

Types of Nursing Diagnosis

Types of Care Plans

General Care Plans

Nursing Diagnosis for Cerebrovascular Accident

Nursing Care Management

Nursing Diagnosis for Diabetes Mellitus

Nursing Care Law

Nursing Diagnostic for Oncology

Safety in Nursing

Environmental Health Nursing

New Technologies in Nursing

Nursing Diagnosis in Anemia

Nursing Care Informatics

North American Nursing Diagnosis Association

Fundamental Transformation of The Nursing Profession



Nursing Care Plans for Depression

Nursing Care Plans for AIDS (HIV Positive)

Nursing Care Plans for Hepatitis

Nursing Care Plans for Alzheimer

Nursing Care Plans for Cystic Fibrosis

Nursing Care Plans for Asthma

Why Prague, Czech Republic?

Prague the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, is the 14th largest city in the European Union and is also the historical capital of Bohemia. It is situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, and the city is home to about 1.4 million people, while its larger urban zone is estimated to have a population of 2.2 million. Prague has been a political, cultural, and economic center of central Europe with waning fortunes during its history. Since 1992, the extensive historic center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Prague is even classified as an "Alpha-" global city according to GaWC studies. Prague ranked sixth in the Trip advisor world list of best destinations in 2016.Prague is the fifth most visited European city after London, Paris, Istanbul and Rome.

Tourist Attraction

It contains one of the world's most pristine and varied collections of architecture, from Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance,Neo-Gothic, Art Nouveau and Cubist. Prague has more than 10 major museums, along with numerous theatres, galleries, cinemas, and other historical exhibits. Its most famous places include The Gothic Church, The Prague Metronome, Industrial palace and Strahov Monastery.


The city of Prague lies between oceanic climate and humid continental climate. The winters are relatively cold. Snow cover can be common between mid-November and late March. Summers usually bring plenty of sunshine and the average high temperature of 24 °C. Precipitation in Prague is rather low since it is located in the rain shadow of the Sudetes. Prague is also a windy city with an average wind speed of 16 km/h.


Prague is the site of many sports events, national stadiums and teams. It has the largest stadium of the world Strahov Stadium. Prague has a good no. of football clubs including Sparta Prague, Slavia Prague, Dukla Prague and Bohemians 1905. It also has ice hockey club HC Sparta, HC Slavia Praha and O2 Arena.

Why to Attend?

Nursing conferences will provide exposure for the possibilities in the field of Nursing. It is very beneficial for the students, physicians, nurses, doctors, health care people, professors because it provides knowledge in this field.  It also gives opportunities to the nursing societies to showcase their knowledge and have face to face meetings with scientists, increasing their business opportunities and also gives opportunity to know about their market competitors. It allows nurses of all levels of experience to participate in an area, which is not easily found within the structure of the workplace. Everyone who explores to develop their institution's nursing qualities and gain more about advanced technical cleverness is invited to register.

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Target Audience

Leading world Doctors, Registered Nurses, Health Care professionals, Professors, Research fellows, leading universities, Students, Directors of association, Societies, Companies, Medical Research Institutions and Hospitals sharing their novel researches in the arena of Nursing, Healthcare & Medicine.

Statistical Analysis of Associations







Figure 1 : Target Audience

Major Nursing Diagnosis Associations around the Globe

ICN- International Council of Nurses

International Association for Human Caring

International Association of Forensic Nurses

International Association of Nurse Anesthetists

International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network

International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing

International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses

International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses

International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care

International Society of Nurses in Genetics

Major Nursing Diagnosis Associations/Societies in Europe

Belgium SIZ Nursing Association

Croatian Nurses Association

Cyprus Nurses Association

Czech National Association of Nurses

Danish Association of Critical Care Nurses and Nurse Anesthetists

Major Nursing Diagnosis Associations in Prague, Czech Republic

Domov Sue Ryder

Domov senioru Albion·         

Centrin cz

Czech National Association of Nurses

Major Nursing Diagnosis Universities in Europe

University of Karlova

University of Kuopio

University of Tampere

Institute of Nursing Science

Nursing at the University Hospital

Dublin City University

University of Bergen: Division for Nursing Sciences

Centre for Caring Sciences

Red Cross College of Nursing and Health

Top Universities in World

University of Pennsylvania

Johns Hopkins University

King’s College London

University of Manchester

University of Technology Sydney

University of Toronto

University of Washington

University of California, San Francisco

University of Sydney

University of Southampton

Top Universities in Prague

Charles University

Czech Technical University

Metropolitan University

University of Chemistry and Technology

University of New York

Czech College

Unicorn College

Associated Hospitals 

The Czech medical system is no longer entirely socialized. It is partially government-run and partially private, and there are a number of Western trained doctors now operating in Prague. The Czech philosophy of medical care and the doctor-patient relationship tend to be more European in approach, the doctor will be less likely to share information about the patient’s condition with the patient than is generally the case in the U.S., which is a cultural difference and not a deficiency in medical care.

Figure 2 : Associated Hospitals 














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