Capturing the expert knowledge of nursing (NANDA-International)
Venue: Hyatt Regency Miami
|Event Date/Time: Nov 13, 2008||End Date/Time: Nov 15, 2008|
|Abstract Submission Date: Sep 10, 2007|
It is known as the Magic City between the Florida Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean, located on the Miami River. Miami is made up of miles and miles of beaches, where old is new, hot is cool and people change their colors daily.
Enjoy yourself with your friends and family with tropical attractions, snorkeling, deep sea or fresh water fishing. Explore the untamed ecosystem of the Everglades National Park or the living reef at Biscayne National Park. For those who prefer indoor sports, there are two large Miami outlet malls with over 200 shops and stores.
Experience Miami while at the same time experiencing the new NANDA International Conference. Previous attendees will re-experience the dynamic interactive dialogues on diagnostic issues and diagnosis development. Explore a new direction for NANDA International’s classification system, which will broaden the classification of the scope of nursing practice.
Sessions will focus on the application of nursing diagnosis in clinical practice and all types of educational programs. Examine strategies that work.
Participants will have opportunities to dialogue with nurses from across the US and the world on diagnosis development, electronic applications, clinical integration, research strategies and innovative teaching applications.
Come join us as we celebrate the new NANDA International in sunny Miami, Florida USA!
1. Explore with us a new direction for NANDA-I
2. Examine strategies for implementation of NANDA-I in practice settings:
3. Examine innovative strategies for implementation of NANDA-I in education settings:
4. Examine research strategies for development and validation of NANDA-I language
5. Provide opportunities for learning the processes for new diagnosis development
6. Provide opportunities for diagnosis revision
7. Explore areas for collaboration across all standardized nursing languages