11th International Nursing and Midwifery Conference 2020


Due to the unexpected global public health concern with COVID-19,  the 11th INMC is postponed to a later date (10-11 October 2020). We apologise for the inconvenience caused, and we thank you for your patience.

-11th INMC 2020 Organising Committee

Theme: Nurses and Midwives in Rising Economic Challenges in Healthcare Today

Recent global economic crisis is now challenging the well-known ‘nobleness of caring’ phenomenon of nursing and midwifery profession. Nurses and midwives face ‘cuts versus quality’ clinical situations. However, the global ‘awake’ of healthcare economic analysis is recognised to offer possible solutions. Use of economic knowledge in healthcare is increasingly becoming important in allocating and commissioning healthcare services where there are competing alternatives. Emerging evidences report that healthcare economic analysis provide great value in improving patient and family outcomes within funding constraints, thereby increasing the efficiency with which care is provided. As demands on healthcare services continue to rise, healthcare economic analysis is increasingly important. There is, however, limited evidences about the efficiency and equality of nursing and midwifery care, and the area has been neglected relative to many other areas of healthcare provision. The aim of the 11th International Nursing and Midwifery Conference 2020 is to address the many economic facets of providing and funding nursing and midwifery care.

Registration for Local Participants


The registration form for participants based in Brunei is available for download:

Registration for International Participants


The registration form for international participants is available for download:

Complete the registration form, then email it to registration.inmc@ubd.edu.bn.

Abstracts should be emailed to abstract.inmc@ubd.edu.bn before Friday, 28 February 2020.

The abstract should not exceed 250 words for structured abstracts (original articles, review articles) or 150 words for unstructured abstracts (case reports, medical practice). The abstract should be concise, summarising the purpose, basic procedures, main findings (giving specific data and their statistical significance, if possible), and principal conclusions of the investigation. Abstract headings should be as follows: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusion only for original and review articles.

For more information, please contact secretariat.inmc@ubd.edu.bn.