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The following listing provides details of An Bord Altranais Conference proceedings from 2000 to the present.

 
Enhancing Clinical Practice in Nursing and Midwifery Conference Proceedings, 23 June 2005
3/14/2006 - This conference examined the concept of how nursing is defined and the overall theme was caring in practice. The papers presented at the conference were both from a national and international perspective..

Ethics Conference Proceedings, 22 June 2004
3/14/2006 - This conference examined ethical principles and concepts relating to many ethical dilemmas and issues that nurses face in their day to day work and continuing professional development through education and nursing research..

Assessment of Competence Conference Proceedings, 13-14 Sept 2001
3/14/2006 -

Current Issues in Mental Handicap Nursing Conference Proceedings, 14 Sept 2000
3/14/2006 -

Transcultural Nursing Conference Proceedings, 11 June 2003
3/14/2006 - This conference examined the concept of transcultural nursing and issues relating to regulation and practice in Ireland...

Prescribing & Administration of Medicinal Products Conference Proceedings, 17th October 2005
3/14/2006 - An Bord Altranais and the National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery hosted a national conference for the Review of Nurses and Midwives in the Prescribing and Administration of Medicinal Products...

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