Abstract Topics

Abstract Topics

Please read the sub-theme explanations below carefully to determine the best category within which to submit
your abstract.

  • The competencies and confidence required to succeed as a nurse leader
  • Role of leadership in building and shaping a successful organisation (including education and health service providers)
  • The value of nursing leadership
  • Transformative leadership to inspire, motivate and advance change
  • Leadership in times of crisis
  • Maximizing collaboration within and across disciplines and outside of nursing
  • Leading in a data driven culture
  • Politics of nursing
  • Public image of nursing
  • Nursing leadership within Government
  • Leaders in healthcare across all sectors and countries
  • Nursing leadership in policy making
  • Financial and business acumen for nurses

  • The path forward for building resilient communities
  • Nursing care and disaster management: Humanitarian and conflict settings/Environmental emergencies
  • Rebuilding and transforming after a pandemic/epidemic
  • Advanced Practice Nursing in disaster and emergency management
  • Education preparation and staff development
  • Changes and challenges in the regulatory environment during the pandemic and beyond
  • Protecting the safety of healthcare workers
  • Driving data to inform disaster response and workforce capacity (including surge capacity)
  • Economic crisis and effects on nurses and communities
  • Interagency and interprofessional coordination and collaboration
  • Quality improvement mechanisms for emergency health care teams
  • The experience of nurses displaced by conflict
  • Nursing and healthcare ethics
  • Challenges and solutions to regulatory systems
  • Regulatory standards and competency development
  • Continuing professional development and lifelong learning
  • Competence-based education and innovative education strategies
  • Evolving roles of nursing and scopes of practice
  • Interdisciplinary and Inter-professional learning
  • New techniques in teaching and clinical placements
  • Preparing the nurse of the future
  • New technologies, simulation and media in teaching and practice
  • Curriculum innovation and development
  • Faculty and Preceptorship readiness
  • Nursing regulation across borders
  • Re-entry to practice
  • Collaboration within and between ‘nursing regulatory bodies’, ‘professional associations’ and ‘institutions of nursing education’
  • Implementing and assessing standards for education providers
  • Stimulating participation and involvement in professional associations
  • Professional associations’ role in the development of standards and competencies required for contemporary nursing practice
  • Person- and family-centred care improving outcomes and experiences (including co-design care with patients)
  • Patient engagement and shared decision making
  • Safe staffing and risk reduction
  • Value based healthcare
  • Data driven healthcare (including nurse sensitive indicators)
  • Evidence-informed practice
  • Patient safety and workplace health and safety
  • The patient experience
  • Promoting a culture of patient safety
  • Integrated care
  • Meeting the holistic needs of patients
  • Nurse prescribing challenges and solutions
  • Innovations in nursing practices
  • Advanced Practice Nursing (CNS, NP, NAs)
  • Nurse-led models of care
  • Nurse proceduralist (including diagnostic services)
  • Nurse led business models
  • Virtual nursing
  • Harnessing digital health and Artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize performance
  • Alternative sector service delivery models (hospital, community, long term care, corrections, public health, primary care)
  • Designing and implementing new models of care
  • Prioritizing nurses’ health and wellbeing
  • Innovative and intervention strategies for the management of wellbeing for workforce
  • Creating career pathways
  • Healthcare workforce challenges and solutions
  • Recruitment, retention and a sustainable workforce
  • Investment in the nursing workforce and cost effectiveness
  • Student and novice nurses and career development
  • Nurse migration and mobility
  • Workforce and organizational culture
  • Bullying and violence against nurses
  • Optimal organisational culture
  • Building a sustainable nursing workforce for rural and remote locations
  • Ethical recruitment
  • Nursing working conditions and positive practice environment
  • Respecting the rights of nurses
  • Addressing racism within the health workforce
  • Coming together to shape the future: positivity, resilience and optimism
  • Building cohesive and thriving communities
  • Promoting policies for health, well-being and equity
  • Person-centred care and improving health literacy
  • Primary and community health
  • Nursing and the social determinants of health
  • Protecting populations from information overload and misinformation
  • Working with vulnerable population groups
  • Healthy ageing
  • Maternal, child and adolescent health
  • Tackling health inequities and racism
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Health and healing with Indigenous Peoples
  • Preventing and treating heart disease, cancer and the groundswell of noncommunicable diseases
  • Combatting antimicrobial resistance
  • Improving patient access to the health services they need, when and where they need them, without financial hardship
  • Communicable diseases control (including AIDS, TB, Malaria, Tropical Diseases, viral hepatitis, polio, etc.)
  • The nurse’s role in climate change and health
  • Promoting and protecting mental health and wellness
  • Substance use and addiction prevention, recovery, and policy
  • Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Improving access and uptake of vaccines
  • Innovative and effective approaches to tobacco control
  • Lessons learned and preparing for public health emergency
  • Living with COVID-19