With an aim to strengthen the commitment to bridge the gap between healthcare professionals and the network of healthcare companies, finding the best jobs in the healthcare sector, HealthJobs.one is organising a conference focussing on the future of nursing in India. HealthJobs.one, a Medvarsity initiative is India`s first-ever online job, career & community platform dedicated to healthcare professionals, and the healthcare industry. The conference is scheduled for Nov 27, 2021 at Park Inn by Radisson, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi. It can also be attended online with https://www.medvarsity.com/nursing-conference.
Nursing professionals are the most vital part of the healthcare system and it is essential to address their increasing recruitment, health financing, upskilling and training. With time the scope of work and responsibilities have amplified in Indian health care facilities however the development of nursing is still a challenge for their career growth. The HealthJobs.One Nursing Conference gives the platform to healthcare representatives to discuss and acknowledge the gap in the industry and make honest efforts to address it. The main focus of this discussion is to develop support programs for nursing professionals, implement team-based models to meet staffing demands, leveraging technology to streamline communication and optimize care delivery.
The session will be inaugurated by Gerald Jaideep, CEO- Medvarsity and addressed by following dignitaries followed by a Q&A after every session
Bimla Kapoor, Chairperson-Committee of Experts National Nursing Commission Bill 2020
Topic of discussion- Insights from the Nursing Community
Vinodh K,Director Nursing , Medanta The Medicity- Gurugram
Topic of discussion-Staffing optimization is key
Nomita Sarkar,Head Of Nursing Services – Manipal Hospitals
Topic of discussion- Nursing Leadership drives change
Shallu Kakkar, Vice President- Recruitment and Operations, Apollo Education UK
Topic of discussion- Emerging Trends in Global Recruitment
Marylin Flinsi, Nursing Principal, Apollo School Of Nursing Topic of discussion- The Future of Nursing, Worldwide