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
Topic: Language Challenges and Changes in Health Communication
Chair: Franca Daniele, MD
“G. d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara, Italy.
List of Presentors:
Topic: UNDERGRADUATE NURSING EDUCATION WITH TRANSITION TO NURSING
Chair: Audrey Tolouian
University of Texas, USA
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
New Themes for Nursing Practices with a Change of Focus
Audrey Tolouian, Ed.D., MSN, RN, CNE, AHN-BC, FPCC
UTEP School of Nursing
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
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)
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)
This forum has been organized in the Mediterranean cities such as Barcelona, Beirut, and Almeria. The MIFS has gathered hundreds of academics from all around the globe covering different disciplines in the area of social sciences and humanities
This year the event is back at the University of Almeria in a hybrid form. It will combine in person and online sessions and will bring together scientists, professors, researchers, students, and research scholars to exchange their experiences and research results.
MIFS 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 Scientific Journal (ESJ), European Journal of Educational Sciences (EJES), International Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture (LLC), and European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics (ELP).
Abstract/Full Paper Submission: October 10, 2021
Registration Fee: Online Payment
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
*Note: Only papers that successfully pass the peer review procedure will be published.
**Note: The participation is free of charge for the ESI Postdoctoral Fellows
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.
University of Almeria
Calle Universidad de Almería, s/n, 04120 La Cañada
In-person Presentations will be organized into academic sessions at the University premises. Every presenter will have 10 minutes for presentation and an extra 5 minutes for discussion. The presentation should be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint within 10-15 slides in English/Spanish language.
Zoom Online Meeting platform will be used. Every participant will receive an invitation to their email address.
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]