1. 12th Edition - World Congress on

    Jun 26 - 28, 2024     Prague, Czech Republic
  2. 12th Edition - World Congress on

    Jun 26 - 28, 2024     Prague, Czech Republic
  3. HYBRID EVENT: You can participate either In-person at Prague, Czech Republic or virtually (Online) through ZOOM platform

About Conference

After the grand success of Eleven years of nursing conference, we solicit your gracious presence at the “12th Edition - World Congress on NURSING EDUCATION & PRACTICE" (World Nursing Congress 2024) which will be conducted during June 26-28, 2024 as a hybrid event at Prague, Czech Republic and virtually.

Nursing is a dynamic field that evolves over time. We must make creative advances, such as improving outpatient treatment, emphasizing ethnic gains, improving health and patient experience, and expanding data analysis skills among nurses to accept new challenges and advance their profession. Innovative ideas and intelligence have recently compelled all industries to lead the way in creating modern technical software and systems in the healthcare industry. Nursing Congress 2023 will expose you to a variety of viewpoints, as well as the latest developments and advancements in the field of nursing.

Program Objectives:

Highlight programs of research with strong relevance to practice.
How nurse educators can reinvigorate/revitalize/reignite their profession to strengthen our communities through inclusion, equality, and mental health support.
Explore ways in which practice informs clinical nursing research.
Describe examples of nursing research findings that have been meaningfully and successfully translated into practice.
To provide opportunities to develop knowledge in nursing field 
Define the issue of providing nursing/case management services across state lines
To foster and enhance collaborations and partnerships with educational, research and clinical institutes.

The panel sessions will include senior nurse researchers and a response panel of advanced practice nurses and nurse clinicians.  The conference tracks will address teaching and learning methods, curricula, resources, outcomes, and technology for governing organizations, nursing programs, classrooms, hospitals, clinical experiences, and preceptor experiences.

Who Should Attend:
The nursing congress is open to all Professors, Nursing professionals, Registered Nurses, clinicians, Nurses and researchers who are interested in exploring the research in nursing. 

For further information, please contact conference Organizer Ms. Mary Janenursingcongress@innovinc.org Tel:+1-408-352-1010 


  • Nursing Education
  • Nursing Practice
  • Nursing Management
  • Nursing Teaching
  • Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Nursing Informatics & Technology
  • Evidence-Based Nursing Practice
  • Trauma and Critical Care
  • Midwifery and Women Health Nursing
  • Nursing Administration
  • Improving Patient Education, Care & Outcomes
  • Public Health & Safety
  • Pain Management & Preventive Medicine
  • Nursing Practice & Safety
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Palliative care
  • Globalization and Health
  • Health Care Systems

This conference is also opened to other relevant and perspective topics


    Jo-Ann M. Moore
    Johnson and Wales University
    United States
    Biography →
    Lyn Behnke
    Harmony Wellness Center/University of Michigan Flint
    United States
    Biography →
    Brandon Lucke-Wold
    University of Florida
    United States
    Biography →
    James Alan Waterson
    BD EMA
    United Arab Emirates
    Biography →
    Radha Moda Gururaja Rao
    Ramaiah Memorial Hospital
    Biography →
    Larry E Simmons
    National League for Nursing
    United States
    Biography →
    Antonia Arnaert
    McGill University
    Biography →


Lindi Pelkowitz

University of Western Australia

Vackova Dana

The University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Nimmy John

Queen's University Belfast
United Kingdom

Daphne Martin

Queen's University Belfast
United Kingdom

Dr. Bernadette Eather

Ramsay Health Care Nursing and Midwifery Academy

Mitha Al Balushi

New York University /abudhabi
United Arab Emirates

Douglas Landsittel

Indiana University-Bloomington
United States

Chien-Chung Lin

Taipei City Hospital/University of Taipei

Ginna Granroth

CTCA at Western Regional Medical Center
United States

Ajay Macherla

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine
united states

Antonia Arnaert

McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing

Helen Mary Lloyd

Plymouth University
United Kingdom

Peter W. Macfarlane

University of Glasgow
United Kingdom

Miriam Wijbenga

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Larry E Simmons

National League for Nursing
United States

Kari LeBret-Harris

University of Texas Austin
United States

Swikruti Behera

Manipal Tata Medical College, Jamshedpur (Manipal Academy of Higher Education)

Mateja Lorber

University of Maribor Faculty of Health Sciences

Wen Wen

Beijing Tsinghua Changgung Hospital

Venkata Buddharaju

Thorek Memorial Hospital
United States

Barbara Schlienz Prosser

Soleo Health
United States

Laureen Hines

Department of Health - Queensland

Jin Lee

Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
South Korea

Jian Chang

Shanghai General Hospital/Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Werner Sperschneider

University College Absalon

Daphne Fernandez Dicson Fernandez


Te-Chuan Chen

Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Kaohsiung, Taiwan; School of Medicine, College of Medicine, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung

Pamela Heneise Cone

Azusa Pacific University
United States

Guilherme Da Costa Brasil

University Center of the Federal District – UDF.

Radha Moda Gururaja Rao

Ramaiah Memorial Hospital

Ariel Dempsey

University of Oxford
United Kingdom

Thomas J. Van Hoof

University of Connecticut School of Medicine
United States

Alison Cracknell

Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Academy
United Kingdom

Milena Saleva

Medical University – Pleven

Mitzi S. Brammer

Saint Louis University
United States

Joan Romero

Keck Medical Center of USC
United States

Jettie Vreugdenhil

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Lucia Lavin Alconero

Hospital Universitario Marqués de Valdecilla-IDIVAL

Parvaneh Shariat Lindström

Östra sjukhuset (ÖS)-Sahlgrenska University Hospital (SU)

Teija-Kaisa Aholaakko

Laurea-ammattikorkeakoulu Oy

Rosy Tay Swee Cheng

University of Glasgow

Chih-Yin Chien

National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences

Dorit Weil Lotan

The Academic College Tel Aviv- Yaffo

Marilyn J. Rantz

University of Missouri
United States

Olga Cerela Boltunova

Riga Stradins University

Sreelekha Prakash

Stockton University
United States



The registration must be performed thorugh Online/Offline (Online Registrations can be done by PayPal/Credit card).

The offline registration fee can be paid by bank transfer.
Both options (terms of payment in form of pro-forma invoice and/or payment gateway)
are in user account available, after completing the registration.

The conference fee includes access to the scientific sessions, conference materials,
coffee breaks, lunches and participation at all social events.

The conference fee includes participation at all social events (except for the scientific programme)

Cancellations and refunds

The registration fee will be refunded (with a deduction of 10 % to cover the handling costs)
when participation is withdrawn in a written form before April 1, 2024.
No refund will be granted after this date.

Visa invitation letter request

If you would like to receive a letter of invitation, please contact us at nursingcongress@innovinc.org.


Your registration includes:

For In-person Participants:
Access (Entry) to all conference sessions, poster and exhibition area
Conference kit including name tag, program booklet and Abstract Book
Welcome Coffee
2 Coffee breaks and Lunch for all the conference days
WiFi in Meeting hall
Certificate accreditation from Organizing Committee

For Virtual Participants:

This category allows participants to present at the conference virtually from home or work without attending In person
Access to all Presentations
E-Abstract Book and Program
E-Certificate for Presentation and Participation

Cancellation policy

Cancellation policy is strictly followed and all cancellations must be made in writing.

Before two month will receive a full refund, less a EUR 100 towards administrative fee. Cancellations received after close of business [before one month of the conference start date] are non-refundable.

The registrations with discounted prices are transferable but not refundable at any point of time.

In this case if the applicant is author, the paper will still be published in the conference proceedings and delegates will receive an electronic copy of the proceedings.

Refunds will be made within 28 days of receipt of cancellation notification.




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Address: Teplická 492, 190 00 Praha 9, Czech Republic


Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and of the picturesque Bohemia region. The city, with over one million inhabitants, is known as the City of a Hundred Spires or the Golden City, and is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Exploring Prague is like immersing yourself in a fairy-tale land with its cobbled streets and its infinite number of beautiful towers and charming buildings. What’s more, you’ll be able to discover the city’s boutiques, all exquisitely decorated, and try some of the Czech Republic's cuisine. Prague’s authentic Medieval atmosphere will captivate its visitors, making it impossible to forget their visit to the Czech Republic’s capital.

Prague soon became the centre of the emerging Czech state. Rulers started to control the surrounding areas from Prague Castle. Prague flourished remarkably in the 14th century under the reign of Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor. The city was significantly expanded by the Prague New Town and the ruler established a university which is still there, bearing his name to this day.


The city centre is compact and the finest areas are mostly pedestrianised, so Prague is best explored on foot; from Wenceslas Square on one side of the city to Prague Castle on the other is just a 30-minute stroll (walking via the Old Town, across the river and through the Lesser Town).

The first thing to do in Prague, therefore, is simply to wander through the streets and magnificent squares, to revel in the atmosphere and to admire the stunning architecture all around.


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