Research World Updates

Vintage caravan renovations explode in popularity as COVID-19 restricts summer holiday travel plans - ABC News

They’re popping up at caravan sites across the country.

Parked alongside flashy modern rigs are a growing number of vintage caravans, with renovations that leave the sticky-beaks lining up for a look.

As COVID-19 puts a hold on international travel plans and Australians look closer to home for… [more]

CDC: Severe allergic reactions to Covid vaccine run 10 times flu shot, still rare

The Covid-19 vaccine appears to cause severe allergic reactions at a significantly higher rate than other vaccines among the first wave of Americans to receive the life-saving immunizations, though the reactions are still rare, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.

The CDC said there were 21 cases… [more]

COVID-19 long haulers share experiences of inhalers, hazy lung X-rays

COVID-19 long haulers share experiences of inhalers, hazy lung X-rays

PHOENIX - People who recover from COVID-19 may still feel the impact of the virus even several months later, says doctors and those who are being  referred to as "long haulers.“

Recovering from COVID-19 is one battle, but how you adapt… [more]

After a years-long fight, veterans will see new medical malpractice protections

Veterans Affairs officials will have to provide basic legal advice to veterans who file medical malpractice claims and provide information on local staffing issues as part of new legislation signed into law this week.

The provisions, dubbed the Brian Tally… [more]

Nancy Bush Ellis, Only Sister To President George H.W. Bush, Dies Of Coronavirus

Nancy Bush Ellis, who stood out among her famous Republican family for supporting liberal causes for much of her life, died Sunday at age 94, the George and Barbara Bush Foundation said in a statement that described the late activist as "a remarkable woman who brought joy and light… [more]

As the death toll soars, will a lockdown be enough to stop the UK's mutant COVID-19 strain? - ABC News

On an evening shift in a busy London hospital last week, intensive care nurse Dave Carr came across a senior doctor standing next to a vending machine.

She was crying, he recalled, and when he asked what was wrong, she simply said she could not decide if she wanted… [more]

Florida doctor's death after COVID-19 vaccine being investigated

Miami Beach, Mount Sinai Medical Center. (Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The medical examiner’s office in Miami is looking into the death of a doctor who died about two weeks after getting Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, officials said Friday.

In… [more]

Lethbridge businesses preparing to reopen Monday, regardless of COVID restrictions | CTV News

LETHBRIDGE – The owners of Peppermint Hippo Tattoo said he will be open for business on Monday regardless of what protocols are in place.

Will Woods said he's heard that up to 20 small business owners in Lethbridge are also planning to open on Jan. 11, although most are… [more]

Sandy Hook massacre 1st responder Patrick Dragon dies of coronavirus - ABC7 San Francisco

CONNECTICUT – One of the first Connecticut state troopers to respond to the 2012 Sandy Hook Massacre has died of COVID-19.

Connecticut State Police announced that retired Trooper First Class Patrick Dragon #705 of Brooklyn, Connecticut, died of the virus on Jan. 2.

Dragon served as a state trooper until 2018 when… [more]

Reported vaccination of Pogo workers ‘good,’ means lesser possible COVID carriers

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque. FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines -- If reports turn out true, Malacañang said Monday it is "good" that some 100,000 Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (Pogo) workers in the Philippines were already vaccinated against COVID-19 as this means there are now less possible carriers of the virus.


Welcome to Ark Nursing 2021

We are pleased to invite researchers, clinicians, educators, policy makers in nursing and public health to present their work at the ARK 2nd Edition of Nursing, the International Scientific Nursing and Public Health Congress. This congress will offer a unique programme of distinguished keynote speakers, symposia and oral and poster presentations on broad scientific issues covering the congress theme Nurses and Public Health innovation: Nursing the World Together

The ARK Nursing Scientific Committee welcomes the submission of high quality abstracts focusing on a wide variety of topics covering:

  • Nursing Education
  • Registered Nursing
  • Emergency Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Trauma Nursing
  • Clinical nursing research
  • Evidence based Nursing
  • Midwifery

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Tokyo for the ARK 2nd edition of the Nursing conference!




Latest Updates

Webinar on Nursing will be on November 15, 2020


Supporting Journals

  • Annals of Nursing Research and Review

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