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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.
Nightingale Challenge 2020

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.
Delegates at the World Health Assembly during the opening of the first plenary meeting.

72nd WHA: Global Health Policy Decisions That Will Impact the Role of Nurses

For the nursing profession, the declaration of 2020 as Year of the Nurse and Midwife was the highlight of the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) held from May 20-18.
Delegates at the World Health Assembly during the opening of the first plenary meeting.

WHO Confirms 2020 as International Year of Nurse and Midwife

Governments from around the world endorsed 2020...
Young Nurse Advocating and Campaigning for Nurses

10 Nurse Advocacies and Campaigns You Need to Know

Let’s have a look at some of the highlights, nurse advocacy groups and campaigns to which you can support and add your voice.
2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife

2020 as “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” Endorsed by WHO Executive

The World Health Organization (WHO) executive board announced on January 30 that it had accepted the proposal that 2020 be officially declared “Year of the Nurse and Midwife.”
Spotlight on the World of Nursing in 2018 

Spotlight on the World of Nursing in 2018 

During 2018, as in every year before, millions of...

ICN Calls for Safe Nurse Staffing

Improved patient outcomes are dependent on safe nurse staffing levels as well as not substituting registered nurses with lower qualified categories of nurses and support staff.

Nurse Retention Calls for Strategic Policy Commitment

Retention of nurses should be just as critical as recruitment in solving the problem of nurse shortages.
Dr. Isabelle Skinner appointed as new CEO of ICN. Image via: abc.net.au

Australian Nurse, Dr. Isabelle Skinner, Appointed as New CEO at ICN

The appointment of Dr. Isabelle Skinner, a nurse from Australia, as Chief Executive Officer of the International Council of Nurses was announced on June 4.

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