3rd Global Multidisciplinary e-Conference

(GMC 2021 Online Conference)

16 – 17 May 2021

General Theme
Global Scientific Challenges and COVID-19 pandemic

In today’s global world, we all face unique challenges such as global warming, new strain of viruses and so on. The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed our lives in so many ways. As a result, we have to adapt and fight these global challenges by producing relevant results in different areas of science. This is why all interested authors are kindly encouraged to contribute and to help shape the conference by submitting their research papers. Since this is an interdisciplinary conference, even high quality research contributions that describe original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas are cordially invited for presentation at the conference.

The conference solicits contributions of abstracts, papers, and e-posters that address themes and topics of the conference.

The conference will have two parts. The first part is open to any interdisciplinary subject. The second part is open to suggestions of specialized topics. Therefore, we invite authors to suggest specialized sessions and invite appropriate participants and chair them.

Being an online event, this conference does not require any kind of travel or accommodation expenses. However, it is aimed at offering an opportunity for online meeting, knowledge upgrade, and networking.


European Scientific Institute, ESI

The European Scientific Institute (ESI) is a global academic platform, which cooperates with Universities and academic centers on 5 continents, by organizing scientific conferences, forums, workshops and joint projects. ESI represents a bridge for exploration from all over the world, thus contributing to the promotion of the modern scientific accomplishments. Led by its motto “Science does not know borders”, the ESI provides a greater global exchange of knowledge and the sharing of best practices

European Journal Of Educational Sciences

The “European Journal of Educational Sciences” (EJES) is a quarterly published journal in educational sciences (published at the last day of March, June, September, and December every year). All of EJES articles are peer reviewed and these articles are available for free to the scientific community in accordance with the open access standard. Its activity is aimed at publishing research articles and literature reviews in the area of pedagogy and educational sciences.
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ejes.eu


Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Kirk St. Amant – Director of Center for Health and Medical Communication at Louisiana Tech University and University of Limerick, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Context, Cognition, and Communication: Understanding How the Psychology of Location Affects Health and Medical Communication.

Special Session
Topic: Language Challenges and Changes in Health Communication
Chair: Franca Daniele, MD
“G. d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara, Italy.

List of Presentors:

  • The Centrality of Language in Health Communication.
    Franca Daniele
    Assistant Professor of English Language and Translation
    Department of Medical, Oral and Biotechnological Sciences
    “G. d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara, Italy.
    [email protected]
  • The importance of Multilingual Information in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
    Barbara Cappuzzo
    Assistant Professor English Language and Translation
    Department of Psychology, Educational Sciences and Human Movement
    University of Palermo, Italy.
    [email protected]
  • Tourism Discourse and the Pandemic: The Case of Promotion Strategies by Italian Regions.
    Giuseppina Di Gregorio, PhD
    Department of Education
    University of Catania, Italy.
    [email protected]
  • Language Change, New Millennium and the Watershed in the Use of English.
    Paola Clara Leotta, PhD
    Associate Professor of English Linguistics
    Department of Education
    University of Catania, Italy.
    [email protected]
    Tamar Dolidze, PhD
    Chief Advisor at International Relations Department at CCG
    Associate Professor at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Batumi State Maritime Academy, Georgia.
    t.dolidz[email protected]

Chair: Audrey Tolouian
University of Texas, USA

  1. Student Retention and Success: Factors Influencing and an Analysis of Strategies Implemented for an RNBSN Program. 
    Audrey Tolouian Ed.D., MSN, RN, CNE, AHN-BC, FPCC, Diane Rankin, MSN, MACE, Melissa Wholeben PDH, RN, CNE, TCRN
    UTEP School of Nursing

  2. New Themes for Nursing Practices with a Change of Focus
    Audrey Tolouian, Ed.D., MSN, RN, CNE, AHN-BC, FPCC
    UTEP School of Nursing

  3. The Importance of Integrating Guiding Principles for Trauma Informed Care into the Curriculum for Undergraduate Nursing.
    Melissa Wholeben PDH, RN, CNE, TCRN
    UTEP School of Nursing.

  4. Is This the Profession For Me? An Educational Experience Initiative For Pre-Nursing Student Majors.
    Sara Yvonne Jimenez, PHD (c), RN, Melissa Wholeben PDH, RN, CNE, TCRN
    UTEP School of Nursing

Topic: COVID-19 and its multi-level effects.
Chair: Jose Noronha Rodrigues
University of Azores, Portugal

  1. Tales of the inequalities enhanced by a pandemic: the academic experiences of a law professor during the Covid-19 in Brazil. 
    Roberto Muhájir Rahnemay Rabbani
    Ph.D. in Law at the Santiago de Compostela (USC, Spain)
    Professor at  the Federal University of South of Bahia (UFSB, Brazil)

  2. Brazilian migratory policy before the covid-19 pandemic: an analysis in the light of international law.
    Thiago Oliveira Moreira
    Ph.D. in Law at the University of the Basque Country  (UPV/EHU, Spain)
    Professor at  the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN, Brazil)

  3. COVID-19 e dignidade humana: Do Estado de direitos ao “Estado Constitucional de Exceção Mundial” – Contornos e Lições Político-jurídicas.
    Hamilton Sarto Serra de Carvalho
    PhD in Law from the Autonomous University of Lisbon ‘Luís de Camões’ (UAL) – Portugal.
    Professor at Catholic University of Mozambique (UCM).

Aims and Scope

The 3rd Global Multidisciplinary e-Conference is an online multidisciplinary academic event, which aims to bring together scientists, professors, researchers, students, and research scholars to exchange their experiences and research results on different aspects of science. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, concerns, practical challenges encountered, and the solutions adopted for the COVID-19 pandemic.

GMC 2021 supports and promotes the open access concept, publishing its scientific outcome as open access publications. The academic content obtained by this event will be published as conference proceedings. A number of selected papers from the appropriate scientific discipline will also be considered for special edition publication in the following journals: European Journal of Educational Sciences (EJES), International Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture (LLC), and European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics (ELP).


High quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Dates and fee

Important dates:

Abstract/Full Paper Submission: May 01, 2021
Early Bird Fee: by March 15, 2021
Registration Fee: Online Payment

Registration Fee

97 EUR per paper for payments received until March 15, 2021​

150 EUR per paper for payments received after March 15, 2021​​

97 EUR per additional paper if presenting more than one paper at the conference

  • If a University/Company registers more than 3 participants, a 20% discount will be approved.

*Note: Only papers that successfully pass the peer review procedure will be published.

The fee includes:

Admission to the conference, one paper to be presented, copy of the conference program, conference certificate, book of abstracts, publication of an accepted paper in the online conference proceedings or/and journal publication.

Organizing and Scientific Committee

Luisa Maria Arvide Cambra
University of Almeria, Spain
Jose Noronha Rodrigues
Assistant Professor of Law at the University of the Azores, Portugal
Angelo Viglianisi Ferraro
Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, Italy
Tamar Dolidze
Tamar Dolidze
Grigol Robakidze University, Georgia
Franca Daniele
“G. d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara, Italy
Audrey Tolouian
University of Texas, USA
Emilia Alaverdov
Georgian Technical University, Georgia


Online conference
Every participant will receive an invitation to their email address with a guide on how to join the online conference.

Zoom Online Meeting platform will be used. Every participant will receive an invitation to their email address.

However, it should be noted that a stable internet connection from your end is a prerequisite for successful participation in this conference.

Presentations will be organized into academic sessions. Every presenter will have 10-15 minutes for their presentation and an extra 5 minutes for discussion. The presentation should be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint within 10-15 slides in English language.

Participants who will choose poster presentation as an option should prepare an e-version of their poster/slides and discuss them with the conference participants.

Note: Presentation in other languages other than English is possible only in specialized sessions if previously approved.

Kirk St.Amant

Kirk St.Amant is the Eunice C. Williamson Chair in Technical Communication at Louisiana Tech University and is a member of the University’s Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science (CBERS). Kirk serves as the Director of Louisiana Tech’s Center for Health and Medical Communication (CHMC) and is also an Adjunct Professor of Health and Medical Communication with the University of Limerick and a Research Fellow in User Experience Design with the University of Strasbourg. He researches how cognition affects usability and design with a focus on international health and medical settings and on international online education. He can be reached at [email protected]