Nursing Diversity 2021 – Testimonials (March 15 – 18, 2021)

Nursing Diversity 2021 “1st Edition” conference was hosted during March 15 – 18, 2021 on a virtual platform. Nursing Diversity 2021 was a huge success with participants giving their positive feedback.

Thank you very much for his handbook. I enjoyed the conference greatly. I liked the relaxed down to earth style and the great contributions others are making to the nursing field. Thank you for this opportunity to participate in the conference.

Dr. Cynthia Felton

Valparaiso University, USA

Very nice! Thank you Sushil. I appreciate your prompt attention to this entire experience.

Anna Lagunas

University of South Carolina, USA

Thank you so much for the opportunity to work with you and your team. Megan and I look forward to working with you in the future.

Dr. Nina M. Russell

Francis Marion University, USA

Thank you. I enjoyed the conference very much and enjoyed the time to present as well as listen to the varied presenters. Great format and well-executed.

Dr. Susan Jane Shriver Barnes

University of Central Oklahoma, USA

Thank you so much. It was interesting and fruitful to participate.

Dr. Pirkko Marketta Kouri

Savonia University of Applied Science, Finland

Thank you again for an incredible conference, and I hope to be able to participate next year.

Dr. Cheryl Landry

Cheryl, Oklahoma City University, USA

Thank you again for an incredible conference, and I hope to be able to participate next year.

Prof. Katy Fisher-Cunningham

Oklahoma City University, USA

I think the meeting went well and I appreciated the questions that were asked by people who attended.

Dr. Howard W. Mielke

Tulane University School of Medicine, USA

Thank you! Your efforts are highly appreciated!

Dr. Nesrin N. Abu-Baker

Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

Thank you for the congress. Organization was good and meet new people

Dr. Nurten OZEN

Demiroglu Bilim University Florence Nightingale Hospital, Turkey

I enjoyed the conference very much, and have connected and establish a new network. I think it worked with the break out rooms – it made it possible to get a discussion going, which is a bit difficult at an online conference (been on few others). Very exciting program, I could have wished for a more subject field divided program. The help before and during the conference was outstanding, thank you very much for this. The pre-conference tutorial/come-together session was a good thing.

Mrs. Lotte Abildgren

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Thank you very much for the amazing conference and for the opportunity to be a part of it by sharing my current research. I appreciate the opportunity, and I look forward to future conferences!

Prof. Meredith Crowder

Oklahoma City University, USA

This book of the proceedings from the Global virtual summit on Nursing Education is fantastic!! Awesome job on the conference. …. Very impressive!

Dr. Pamela Love

Oklahoma City University, USA

The 4 Day Conference went well. I learned much from it

Dr. Maria Irma Brustamante

St. Paul University Manila, Phillipines

I enjoyed my break-out sessions. It would be great to have this conference in person

Dr. Edna Magpantay-Monroe

Chaminade University of Honolulu, USA

The conference was great and I learned so much. I also connected with some other professors and we are going to keep in touch. Thank you for all your hard work and help.

Dr. Kerri M. Langevin

Central Connecticut State University, USA

I wanted to personally thank you Sushi and team for a great conference.

Dr. Janet Sprehe

James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, USA

I would like to say my thanks to your help during Day 4 of the conference


University of Makati, Philippines

The conference is great! I really enjoyed presenting on Monday and am enjoying all the sessions.

Dr. Catie Chung

Touro University Nevada, USA

We really enjoyed the conference, the structure and delivery were excellent as was the content and quality of the daily sessions. The virtual format was particularly welcome, as was the cost! It occurred to us that future online conferences might have more potential participants to accommodate therefore the use of concurrent sessions might be appropriate.

Dr. David Sharp

Mississippi College, USA