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Neuroscience nursing is a distinctive area within the discipline of nursing. Neurology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the nervous system. Neurology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of all categories of conditions and disease involving the central and peripheral nervous systems, including their coverings, blood vessels, and all effector tissue, such as muscle.

Physical symptoms of neurological problems may include the following:

  • Partial or complete paralysis

  • Muscle weakness

  • Partial or complete loss of sensation

  • Seizures

  • Difficulty reading and writing

  • Poor cognitive abilities


It is a major field of study within the medical and clinical sciences which focuses on the maintenance, protection, and improvement of the health status of population groups and communities. Community health is a medical specialty that focuses on the physical and mental well-being of the people in a specific geographic region

The three strategies by which community health practice is carried out are

  • Health promotion

  • Health protection

  • The provision of health services and other resources


Nurse Education is the theoretical and practical training the nurses receive in order to prepare them for their careers as nursing care providers. Traditionally, in nursing schools, this education is offered to student nurses by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who are qualified or experienced in educational activities. Most countries offer nurse education courses in general nursing as well as highly specialized fields such as mental health nursing, infant nursing, and post-operative nursing. Typically, courses leading to autonomous registration  as a nurse require four years  to complete.

Keywords: Development and Heredity|Organization of the Human Body|Infectious and Parasitic Diseases |Neoplasia| Health Promotion, Health Teaching, and Education| Nursing Practice and Interventions | Perioperative Nursing Management

Nurse-midwives provides primary care to pregnant women in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, including hospitals, homes, and birth centre. They provide care with the concept that birth is a physiologic process, and that all physiologic processes, including health promotion and illness prevention, should be supported by a wellness focus. A registered nurse who has completed advanced education with a focus on the primary health care needs of women throughout their lives, with an emphasis on conditions unique to women from menarche to death, creates a caring environment and establishes a connection with a woman and her family to provide care to patient that reduces unnecessary interventions while providing the same tests, medications, and procedures as men, creates a caring environment and establishes a connection with a woman and her family to provide effective service that reduces unnecessary interventions.

Keywords: Physiologic and Developmental Changes of Pregnancy |Menstrual Cycle and Conception |The Neonatal Period | Process of Birth|The Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

In one of four roles, an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) is a nurse with a master's, post-certificate, masters or practice-focused doctor of nursing practice degree. APRNs are licensed by a state board of nursing  to offer patient care specific to their function and patient group, and in many places, they have the right to prescribe medication and practice without the supervision of a physician. Despite the fact that advanced practice registered nursing is a subset of registered nursing, the APRN license is considered a different licensing class from RN licensure in most states.

Keywords:Accounting | Regulations|metrics | legal|engagement|database|analytics distribution| coaching |testing |vendors

Nursing informatics (NI) is a virtue that combines nursing science with a variety of data administration and diagnostic sciences  in order to classify, analyse, monitor, and communicate data, intelligence, awareness, and foresee in nursing care. Nursing informatics assists nurses, users, patients, unprofessional healthcare organizations, and other partners in making decisions in all situations and conditions to reach a desired outcome. Intelligent format, intelligent advancements, and intelligent automation are used to create this backing.

Keywords: Nursing science| computer science|information science    

When it comes to diagnosing  and treating sickness, a Clinical Nurse Specialist is an expert in their field. Patients and families, nurse management, or administration are indeed the three areas in which clinical nurse specialists specialize. The Clinical Nurse Specialist is depended upon by the rest of the nursing team  for guidance on how to improve their profession and promote workplace efficiency.

Keywords: clinical analyst | clinical nursing faculty

Dental nurses assist dentists in the treatment of patients. They help with the dental procedure's preparation and ensure that all equipment and working areas are sterile. While the dentist examines and treats the patient, dental nurses assist him or her by doing things like ensuring the patient's comfort, recording the dentist's observations, passing instruments, using a suction device to remove saliva and debris from the patient's mouth, preparing materials for fillings, sterilization of instruments, and infection control procedures. The dental nurse's job involves ensuring the health and safety of both the staff and the patients.

Keywords: Dental care clinic | dental cleaning | dental assistant |cosmetic dentistry |dental makeover|cosmetic dental bonding.

Pediatrics is a specialty of medicine that specializes on the health and treatment of children, adolescents, and infants from birth to eighteen years of age. Pediatric Nursing educates the novice, enriches the scholar, and develops the pediatric specialist to provide high-quality health care to patients by offering theoretically and therapeutically  relevant content. Pediatric  nurses understand growth and development and customize their interactions to the child's developmental stage. They also recognize the family's knowledge and collaborate with them to care for the child. Because children are not miniature adults, diseases, equipment, and therapies for children are either different or present differently than those for adults.

Keywords: Cardiovascular Dysfunction|Chronic Illness, Disability | Communication and Physical and Developmental Assessment of the Child |Community-Based Nursing Care of the Child and Family | Developmental Influences on Child Health Promotion| Endocrine Dysfunction | Family-Centred Care of the Child During Illness and Hospitalization| Family-cantered Home Care

Cancer Nursing is a group of professionals  that care for cancer and tumour patients. They inspect and monitor the patients  conditions. They provide medications and monitor chemotherapy  and other treatments. They will have completed a cancer nursing care programmer and will be well-trained cancer nursing experts. Oncology nursing conferences focus on cancer diagnosis and treatment in a variety of people. In many nations, cancer is the leading cause of mortality. In advanced stages of cancer, oncology nurses are trained to give care to patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

Keywords: Cancer Care Supportive Therapies |Cancer Treatment Modalities |Clinical Aspects of Cancer Diagnosis| Clinical Management of Major Cancers | Health Promotion, Screening and Early Detection | Professional Practice | Survivorship, Palliative and End-of-life Care | Symptom Management

To help patients overcome mental disorders, psychiatric nurses are trained in crisis intervention, mental health, medication, and treatment. They work very closely with them to help them live the most productive and content lives they can. A psychiatric nurse will interview and check a new patient to learn about her symptoms, medical history, diseases, and daily activities. A psychiatric nurse helps people with anxiety disorders such as panic attacks and phobias, as well as mood disorders such as bipolar disorder and depression. A psychiatric nurse works together with her treatment team to develop a tailored plan that gives the patient the comprehensive  care and attention they need to live a productive life.

Keywords: Behavior Therapy|Mental Illness in the Elderly | Milieu Management |Psychopathology |Psychopharmacology Cultural Competence in Psychiatric Nursing|Developing the Therapeutic Environment

The e-Health and Telemedicine section covers the complete range of breakthroughs in telemedicine clinical applications and electronic health record administration. They provide essential tools for home healthcare, remote patient monitoring, disease management, and technological advancements for medical centres, practitioners, and hospitals in rural and battlefield settings, as well as care homes, assisted living facilities, and maritime and aviation settings. "A way of using new low-cost electronic technologies to healthcare delivery, such as 'web enabled' transactions, advanced networks, and novel design methods." The use of the internet or other electronic media is referred to as e-health. The application of informatics in clinical or biomedical research informatics entails the discovery and management of new knowledge about health and illness.

Keywords: telemedicine|telehealth|mHealth| e-Health|telepathology| teleradiology| telestroke| telepsychiatry| treatment| quality of care 

Nursing has a sub-discipline where specialists work with patients who are suffering from the effects of various cardiovascular conditions. Under the guidance of a cardiologist, cardiovascular medical caretakers or cardiac nurses care for patients with disorders such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary course illness, congestive heart failure, myocardial dead tissue, and heart dysrhythmia. Under normal circumstances, heart medical nurse practitioners have a lot of work to complete. They are trained to work in a variety of settings, including coronary consideration units (CCU), heart catheterization, serious patient consideration units (ICU), operating rooms, cardiovascular recovery centres, cardiovascular consideration focusing on clinical exploration, cardiovascular surgery wards, cardiovascular concentrated consideration units (CVICU), and cardiovascular restorative awards.

Keywords:Cardiovascularresearch| Clinicalcare|OutcomesPreventionInnovation|Arrhythmias and Device Therapy|Acute Heart Failure|Coronary Artery Disease| Acute Coronary Syndromes

Crisis nursing might be a claim to fame among the world of skilled nursing obtaining practical experience in the consideration of patients with health-related crises, that is, people who require rapid clinical guidance to keep a strategic distance from incapacity or death at the end of the day. All aspects of basic essential consideration, whether applied to injury beginning concerns, those of clinical or cautious origin, or among the treatment of distinct fortes, are included in crisis nursing. Road traffic accidents, violence, sudden diseases, drowning, and animal bites are all contributing to an increase in the global incidence of trauma and emergency medical situations. Natural and man-made calamities  are also a possibility. As a result, the demand for skilled emergency service nurses is growing.


Primary healthcare nursing is described as care delivered to a group of people who seek advice or treatment from a doctor or clinic for the first time. Primary health care is an approach to health and well-being  that considers the needs and preferences of individuals, families, and communities as a whole. It focuses on the entire and interrelated  aspects of physical and mental health, as well as the wide determinants of health.


Preventing sickness is the focus of primary care fitness and wellbeing, which includes exercises, a healthy diet/nutrition, and understanding of potential health risks. Most people have one or more health problems that aren't typical, and they may become irritated enough to give up on finding a solution, so locating a care provider is critical. This aims to improve health, fitness, and quality of life by including daily physical activity and achieving a sense of balance in one's life.

Keywords: Musculation |gym| nutrition|healthydiet|exercises|fitness

Neonatal Nursing is the claim to fame of nursing care for new-born children up to 28 days after birth. It necessitates a high level of aptitude, commitment, and passionate quality as medical attendants tend to new-born babies with a variety of issues ranging from rashness, birth abandonment, contamination, cardiovascular mutations, and surgical issues. Neonatal medical attendants are an important part of the neonatal care team, and they must be familiar with basic new born care, be able to maintain the new-born’s temperature, and know how to begin cardiopulmonary and pulse-oximetry checks.

Keyword: Neonatal Intensive Care|Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)|Nursing|Basic Life Support (BLS)|Neonatal Nursing |Patient Safety