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    Listen: ‘I am a Nurse’ A Song For the World’s Nurses

    The song and video, “I am a Nurse,” performed by nurses from across the world, was released by the International Council of Nurses on July 22.

    ICN Calls for More Than Applause to Celebrate International Nurses Day

    This year's International Nurses Day was always going to be a special one – occurring on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale and in the first-ever International Year of the Nurse.

    Nursing Organizations Across the World Call for Urgent Resolution of PPE Shortages

    Shortage of adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline health workers is being reported from nearly every country in the world as COVID-19 continues to spread.

    ICN’s Response to Support Nurses in COVID-19 Pandemic

    Globally there are disturbing reports of nurses at the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic not having enough personal protective equipment (PPE).

    Urgent Investment in Nursing to Reach 2030 World Health Goals

    Decisions taken at two high-level meetings over the past...

    Ethel Gordon Fenwick: Nurse Reformist You Never Knew About

    Ethel Gordon Fenwick was the pioneer of the movement for professional registration for nurses.

    Nurse Unions Pros and Cons: Should You Join?

    What are nurse unions? Should you join a union? What are the pros and cons of nurse unions?

    ICN Report Aims to Improve Nurses’ Disaster Preparedness

    Nurses are most often at the forefront of the...

    Highlights of the ICN Congress 2019 Singapore

    The theme of the Congress held from June 27 to July 1 was “Beyond Healthcare to Health”. It was hosted by the Singapore Nurses Association and attended by more than 5,000 nurses from over 120 countries.

    Nursing Now’s Nightingale Challenge Aims to Develop Nurse Leaders for the Future

    The 2020 Nightingale Challenge calls on employers across the world to invest in developing leadership skills in young nurses.