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Policymakers Forewarned in State of the World’s Nursing 2020

The State of the World’s Nursing 2020 Report was released by the World Health Organization on World Health Day, April 7.

Wuhan Nurse ‘Whistleblower’ Says There Are 90,000 Cases of Coronavirus

An unidentified Chinese nurse posted a video about the coronavirus outbreak on social media. She claims that the number of infected people was far higher than claimed by official sources.

Nursing Rewind 2019: Year in Review

For this Nursing Rewind, let's take a look and review the biggest stories in nursing for 2019.

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.

Why Are Meds so Expensive in the US?

This video by the Wall Street Journal deals with why prescription medicines in the US cost so much more than in other parts of the world—even in neighboring countries like Canada and Mexico.

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.

WHO Confirms 2020 as International Year of Nurse and Midwife

Governments from around the world endorsed 2020...

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.

Emilia Clarke Becomes a Nursing Now Ambassador

Popular actress Emilia Clarke was announced on March 14 as First Ambassador for the global Nursing Now Campaign.

WHO Launches Smartphone App to Screen for Hearing Loss

Check your hearing on your smartphone with the new HearWHO screening app. Use it to screen your family, friends, and patients as well. Help identify, prevent, treat and manage hearing loss.

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