The International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the Canadian Nurses Association successfully organized the highly anticipated 29th ICN Congress, held from 1st to 5th July 2023 in Montreal. This global nursing conference witnessed the participation of nursing professionals from over 80 countries, including a delegation from the Indian Nursing Council (INC).
The INC officials attending the congress included Dr. T. Dileep Kumar, President of INC; Dr. Jogendra Sharma, Vice President of INC; Lt Col (Dr) Sarvjeet Kaur, Secretary of INC; and Mrs. K. S. Bharati. Their presence not only demonstrated India’s commitment to the nursing profession but also emphasized the importance of international collaboration in advancing healthcare.
Dr. Jogendra Sharma, Vice President of INC, expressed his enthusiasm for the event, describing it as an incredible and unforgettable experience. The congress provided a remarkable platform that celebrated diversity, innovation, and collaboration among nursing professionals from around the world.
A major highlight of the 29th ICN Congress was the nationwide parade, where participants proudly represented their countries and nursing associations.
Throughout the congress, attendees were treated to captivating presentations, stimulating panel discussions, and engaging workshops. Renowned experts from various fields shared revolutionary insights and ideas that left a profound and enduring impression. The exchange of perspectives and the opportunity to forge meaningful connections with nursing professionals from different countries proved to be particularly awe-inspiring for the INC officials.
The ICN organizers were commended for their exceptional efforts in curating the event, ensuring a seamless and engaging experience for all participants. Dr. Sharma extended his heartfelt gratitude to the organizers for their dedication to making the congress a resounding success.
To provide a glimpse into the enriching discussions and exciting moments, Dr. Sharma shared a photo album capturing the highlights of the conference and the vibrant nationwide parade. The album serves as an invitation for others to join the conversation and share their thoughts on the event.
The 29th ICN Congress in Montreal served as a testament to the dedication and passion of nursing professionals worldwide. By fostering collaboration, celebrating diversity, and embracing innovation, Congress paved the way for advancements in healthcare on a global scale.
As the INC officials return to India, they bring with them a wealth of knowledge, inspiration, and new connections that will contribute to further strengthening the nursing profession in the country. The Indian Nursing Council remains committed to nurturing excellence in nursing education and practice, ensuring the highest standards of healthcare delivery for the benefit of all.