Virtual Conference

Track: Nursing in Women's Health

Nursing in Women's Health


A women’s health nurse practitioner (WHNP) is an informed and experienced nurse practitioner who centers around offering essential consideration administrations to ladies, everything being equal. To turn into a WHNP, attendants should initially finish instruction as an enlisted medical caretaker, and afterward continue to cutting edge studies to turn into a nursing professional. It is during these examinations that understudies can decide to spend significant time in ladies' wellbeing and proceed to finish clinical, hands-on experience with female patients.

·        Prenatal and Postnatal Care
·        Maternal Mental Health Education
·        Pregnancy Care
·        Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
·        Breast Feeding