Introduction

3rd International nursing and midwifery conference, Kenya 2020, will provide the platform that will bring African nursing community and other stakeholders together to mark the year of nurses and midwives.

This conference shall renew commitment towards professional development, health system strengthening and the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals.

Pre Conferences Workshop


INTERNATIONAL NURSING AND MIDWIFERY CONFERENCE KENYA

2020 and Beyond - Advancing Nursing for a Healthy Society

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THEME

Advanced Nursing Practice: A Key to Achieving Universal Health Coverage.

SCHEDULE
WORKSHOP

  • Date:     17th November, 2020
  • Time:    9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Venue:   WILD WATERS –Mombasa, Kenya

  • Registrars of Nursing and Midwifery Councils
  • Board members of Nursing Councils
  • Executives of Professional Associations
  • Heads of Departments/Faculty/Colleges/Schools of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Directors of Nursing Services at Public and Private Institutions
  • Proprietors of Health Institutions
  • Advanced Nursing Practitioners
  • Senior Nurses from ICN and Development Agencies
  • To Build Skills in Evidence Driven Decision Making for Quality Health/Nursing Care and Universal Healthcare Coverage
  • To Update Progress by Countries on Actions for the Achievement of the SDGs by Nurses and Midwives’ Leadership, in Africa
  • To Update Knowledge on Global Best Practice for the Achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage
  • To Explore Strategies for Supporting Capacity Building and System Strengthening for Advanced Practice Nursing in African Countries
  • To facilitate collaboration, partnership and network across countries, regional, continental and global “Nursing action” towards the achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage.
  • To advance the course of the African Nurses and Midwives Network for Healthcare Development in pursuing mutually shared goals of supporting nurses and midwives as key stakeholders facilitating the achievement of UHC and ultimately, the entire SDGs

AGENDA

  • Evidence Based Decision Making for Quality Nursing Education
  • Advanced Nursing Practice as a Tool for Achieving Universal Healthcare Coverage – Country Progress Report.
  • Beyond the Year of the Nurses and Midwives: Capitalizing on 2020 Global Recognition to Facilitate Development and Implementation of Regional and Global Transformational.
  • Action Plan for the Nurses and Midwives Network
  • Healthcare Development in the context of Achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals Country Report.
  • Leadership, Healthcare and Nursing Practice .
  • Achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals.

Main Conferences


INTERNATIONAL NURSING AND MIDWIFERY CONFERENCE KENYA

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THEME

Advanced Nursing Practice: A Key to Achieving Universal Health Coverage.

SCHEDULE
MAIN CONFERENCE

  • Date:     18th - 20th November, 2020
  • Time:    9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Venue:   WILD WATERS –Mombasa, Kenya


AIM

To Strengthen Regional and National Health Systems for Achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals.

GOAL

Healthier Society Through Quality Leadership, Dynamic Education and Innovations in Nursing Practice

REGISTRATION FEE

  • Regular Registration (Conference) -$250.
  • Early registration - $200
  • LeadNurse Africa Advocates, Associates and Volunteers - $150
  • Students - $100 (50 slots available)
  • Stakeholders attending both Preconference and Conference Workshop - $300
  • Conference fee covers health break, lunch, conference certificate and conference materials.


  • Changing the Negative Narratives of Healthcare Access and Quality in Africa - The Link between APN and UHC
  • Facilitating Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Achieving Universal Healthcare Coverage
  • To documents demands, practices and identify gaps in healthcare, healthcare promotion and healthcare acFacilitating Best Leadership Practices and Analyzing Policy Issues in the Achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage.
  • Models and Best Practice in the Education of Health Professionals for Universal Healthcare Coverage
  • Research Updates in Nursing & Midwifery, Other Nursing Specialties, Nursing Education, Leadership, Administration, Nursing Informatics, Research and Innovation.
  • Promoting Research &Innovation for Universal Healthcare Coverage.
  • To track progress, revise strategies, identify innovations, and share experiences as agencies, regulatory organs, nurses and midwives as we build capacity towards the achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals
  • To review trends in national policies and action plans for the advancement of nursing education, practice and research towards the achievement of sustainable development goals
  • To documents demands, practices and identify gaps in healthcare, healthcare promotion and healthcare access that have implications for nursing and midwifery practice.
  • To share experience among stakeholders on innovations, findings and practices enhancing nursing and midwifery practice and Healthcare access in general
  • To facilitate collaboration, partnership and network across countries, regional, continental and global “Nursing action” towards the achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage.
  • To sustain a platform for networking, partnerships, collaboration and promotion of investment on nurses and in nursing practice.

  • Nurses and Midwives in Education, Research and Practice
  • Healthcare Professionals and Stakeholders Committed to Universal Healthcare Coverage
  • Government (Ministries and Parastatal) and Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Healthcare Entrepreneurs
  • Nursing Students from Basic Nursing and University Programmes.
  • Consumers of Healthcare Services.
  • Health and Healthcare Service/Management Organizations
  • Becoming a stakeholder in the achievement of Universal Healthcare Coverage in Africa.
  • Capacity building through personal and professional transformation.
  • Opportunity for networking, collaboration partnership building with individuals and organizations in the professional growth.
  • Improved vision of nursing through the eyes of other countries.
  • Tourism and educational opportunities through travelling.
  • Encountering new international opportunities through meetings with colleagues, organizations and facilitators during conference networking sessions.
  • Being a part of making history in Nursing in Africa.

2k

Members

700+

Event Attendants

40+

Expert Nurses

3

Worldwide Branch

PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES

Keynote Presentations

Focused Group Discussions

Strategic Simulation

Resolutions Implementation

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EVENTS REGISTRATION

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Call For Abstracts


GUIDELINES

Abstracts must be submitted in English and online

CRITERIA

  • On a clearly stated topic of your choice reflecting the issue, the target of study or programme and the location in the areas, relating to the conference theme.
  • Should not be more than 350 words covering the objectives, the methods, the results, the conclusion and implications for universal healthcare coverage/access and sustainable development goals
  • Abstract submissions deadline

KEY DATE IN 2020

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 1st June 2020
  • Abstract Decision Notification: 28th August 2020
  • Early Registration - Before: 17th November 2020
  • Main conference: 18th – 20th November 2020

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

registration for the event must have been done before abstract submission. abstracts are to be uploaded in microsoft word document format using your registered email address
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