New Horizons In Nursing Education, Research And Practice For Healthcare Reforms:

Implications For The Post-Covid Era

We are thrilled to inform you that the Institute of Nursing Research Nigeria is organizing its second conference! This conference presents a remarkable opportunity for nurses to stay abreast of the latest trends in healthcare reforms.



Staff & Postgraduate: N20,000

Student: N10,000

International: $100

Our 2nd Intl Conference

Join over 3000 Nurses.

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15 Speakers   3 Days

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Why this conference is important?

You’ll get the opportunity to learn directly from nursing leaders, academics, scholars, and entrepreneurs who are making impacts in their various fields.  


Explore new horizons in nursing education, research, and practice.


Identify the roles of nurses in healthcare reforms.


Highlight the opportunities in the post-COVID era.


Sensitize the nursing community about the ongoing reformations in healthcare.


Prepare nurses from all walks of life with the knowledge needed to navigate their path in the nursing education, research and practice post-COVID era.

Conference Sub-themes

The conference intends to make nurses better understand changes in the nursing world post-COVID era and help them appreciate their indispensable roles in healthcare reforms.

Our Speakers

Prof. Prisca Adejumo RN, B.Sc., M.Sc. PhD, IIWCC

Dean, College of Basic Medical Sciences, Chrisland University, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria

Prof. Deborah Esan

Dean, Faculty of Nursing,
Bowen University
Keynote Speaker

Prof. Tracie Risling RN, PhD

Associate Professor Faculty of Nursing – University of Calgary.

Prof. Chinomso Nwozichi RN, PhD

Wellstar School of Nursing, Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA

Dr (Mrs) Alice Igbekele Ogundele RN, PhD

Director of Nursing Services,
Ondo State

Shonibare Dorcas, O,O (Mrs) RN RM BSc (Nursing Education), MPA, MSc (Maternal and Child Health Nursing) FWAPGCN

Director, Nursing Services, LSMOH Ikeja Lagos 

Dr Bunmi Ogungbe

Postdoctoral Scholar Johns Hopkins University, United States

Dr Israel Gabriel

Queen’s University, Belfast, United Kingdom

Comrade Olubunmi Lawal-Aiyedun

CEO, March Health Initiative

Nrs Julie Mogbo

Julie Mogbo

Co-Founder/Managing Director of Royale Nursing Consult

Abiola Ayilara

Abiola Ayilara

CEO, MyCare Assistant

Dr Akingbade Oluwadamilare RN, CGNC, PhD

CEO, Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria 

Emmanuel Adesuyi RN, PhD (c)

COO, Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria 

Dr Yetunde Tola RN, PhD

Director, Research and Statistics, Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria

Dr Oore Ofe Adeyemi Billy-rose

Director, Centre for Career Development and Planning Institute of Nursing Research Nigeria

Mr Oluwaseyi Olawale

Founder and CEO, GENOMAC HUB

This Year's Agenda

Join luminaries in the world of nursing leadership, education, entrepreneurship, and innovation as we share, interact, learn, and move the nursing profession forward.

Who we are

About The Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria

Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria (INRN) is a non-governmental professional organization birthed by the Fellowship of Christian Nurses (FCN) South West Zone, Nigeria. 

FCN Nigeria is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission with Registration Number 11081. 

This institute was borne out of the need to impact families and communities through credible clinical and community-based research while building the capacity of nurses in research and other scholarly endeavors.  The Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria, was launched on May 14th, 2016 at the Fellowship of Christian Nurses, South West Zone conference held at Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. INR is among the top nursing research communities in Nigeria and West Africa, impacting the academic lives of professional nurses of all cadres. 

With our research journal club, innovative programmes and educational publications, we have built Nigeria’s biggest nursing academic community, which young nurses impressively handle. 
We have top scholars from all over the globe as part of our growing community of nurse scholars, researchers, academics and leaders. 

“INRN is committed to mentoring nurses along their research trajectories by providing nurses with the skills and resources needed for conducting research from the conceptual phase to the dissemination of findings in the
scientific community.”

We have hotel suggestions for you!

Explore hotels around the conference areas for your comfort. Book in advance or get insight on the price and type of rooms available for your stay.


No, the conference isn’t free. Staff & Postgraduate will pay N20,000. Students will pay N10,000 and international participants, $100. 

Yes, you can attend virtually. 

The conference starts on the 23rd and ends on the 25th of November. 

ADDRESS: Burlington Hall, 2nd floor, Lagos Chambers of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) Conference Exhibition Centre, 10 Dr. Nurudeen Olowopopo Way,
Besides Japaul House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State.


The Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria, is not providing accommodation. However, there are accommodation plans and packages for participants to choose from. Check our hotels/accommodation page for more details. 

Yes, a certificate of participation will be issued to all participants. 

Still have questions?

Can’t find the answer you are looking for? Send a message to our support team here.

Abstract Submission

Visit the abstract submission page for detailed guidance on submitting abstracts for presentation. 

Partnerships, Sponsorships & Exhibitions

Kindly visit this page for more details on partnerships, sponsorships, and exhibitions.

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Location of the Conference

ADDRESS: Burlington Hall, 2nd floor, Lagos Chambers of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) Conference Exhibition Centre, 10 Dr. Nurudeen Olowopopo Way,
Besides Japaul House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State.



We’ll be in touch via email for notification and modalities of the event. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.


We acknowledge the submission of your abstract. It’ll undergo peer review, and a response will be given through your email. 

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