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During 2018, as in every year before, millions of...
All member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) made a renewed commitment to primary health care (PHC) as the way to achieve universal health coverage when they unanimously endorsed the Astana Declaration.
A resource is now available to help health care professionals to start conversations and advise their patients about physical activity.
Nurses who are on their feet all day might seldom consider the health risks of sedentary behavior.
“Nurses a Voice to Lead – Health is a...
Infectious diarrhea is commonly referred to as gastroenteritis.
Nurses everywhere, as well as policymakers and the public, are encouraged to support the Nursing Now campaign to raise the profile and status of nurses and nursing worldwide.
February 27 will see the launch of the 3-year #NursingNow campaign to raise the status and profile of nursing worldwide.
Strong leadership was identified as the core priority for positioning nursing and midwifery for the future in the recently published report by the Global Advisory Panel on Nursing (GAPFON).
Around 234,000 nurse practitioners (NP’s) in the United States are providing vital health care services, particularly in the field of primary health care.