3rd International Conference
German Society of Nursing Science
MAY 11TH – 12TH, 2023
Nursing Research: Providing the basis for excellent future nursing practice
We are happy to invite you to the 3rd international conference of the German Society of Nursing Science, which will take place online on May 11 & 12, 2023.
Abstract submission will open on September 2022.
We will accept abstracts for platform presentations, poster as well as symposia and workshops for the following topics:
- Theory development: Where we come from and where to go to?
- Current Methodology of Nursing Research: Innovation possible?
- Clinical Issues (e.g. Rehabilitation, Pandemic, …)
- Sustainabilty: How to save research in practice and research?
- Nursing workforce: What is it and what needs to be on our mind?
I am looking forward to meeting you at the conference!
Best wishes, Inge Eberl
“Nursing Research: Providing the basis for excellent nursing practice” is the focus of our 3rd international conference and we welcome you to join the virtual conference to meet colleagues and discuss current research findings. There are four subtopics: Methodological issues of nursing research will address methodological challenges, solutions and innovations in nursing and interprofessional research. Theory development focusses on theoretical approaches and developments for nursing, nursing research and nursing practice. Clinical nursing highlights the development, evaluation and implementation of interventions in different nursing settings. Nursing in times of crisis picks up on current developments in climate change, pandemic and sustainability in nursing research and practice.
The following renowned nursing researchers will give keynote presentations addressing the main conference topics.
”Nursing care environments, their qualities and possibilities in the care settings for older people”
„Capacity utilisation and staffing research: relevance for the healthcare system and the nursing workforce“
“Evaluation of a COVID-19 fundamental nursing care guideline (COVID-NURSE) versus usual care: results of a cluster randomised controlled trial”