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ICN Press Releases 2005

 

  1. Dr Margretta Madden Styles Receives Nursing’s Most Prestigious International Award (10 January 2005)
  2. Health Professionals and Patients Announce Historic Partnership (19 January 2005)
  3. World’s Health Professions Celebrate Adoption of Global Anti-Tobacco Treaty (2 March 2005)
  4. ICN Releases First Series of Issue Papers on the Global Shortage of Registered Nurses (3 March 2005)
  5. A New Global Resource for the Nurses in Fighting TB and Multi-drug resistant TB (23 March 2005)
  6. Too Many Babies Don’t Get Counted (7 April 2005)
  7. Nurses Raise the Alarm: Counterfeit Medicines Kill (22 May 2005)
  8. ICN Announces the Release of the International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP®) Version 1 (22 May 2005)
  9. Nurses on the Move Gather in Taiwan to Share Knowledge, Innovation and Vitality (22 May 2005)
  10. Stephen Lewis Tapped for Global Nursing Health and Human Rights Award (22 May 2005)
  11. Girl-Child Education Fund Launched by ICN and FNIF (23 May 2005)
  12. CGFNS and ICN Launch New ‘International Centre on Nurse Migration (24 May 2005)
  13. Nursing Innovations Database Will Capture and Share Innovative Nursing Work in Health Care (25 May 2005)
  14. Health Professions Worldwide Are Key in Tobacco Control (31 May 2005)
  15. ICN Elects New President (3 June 2005)
  16. World Health Professions Alliance Expands to Include Dentists (22 August 2005)
  17. ICN Responds to Tuberculosis Crisis with a Capacity Building Programme for Nurses (31 August 2005)
  18. Nurses & Pharmaceutical Industry Join Forces to Fight Counterfeit Medicines (26 September 2005)
  19. SNA Announces Plans for the First Comprehensive Wellness Centre Dedicated to All Swazi Health Workers (8 November 2005)
  20. New publication on migration by ICN Nurse Consultant (14 November 2005)
  21. Healthy and Valued Health Workers are Essential to Save Health Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa (1 December 2005)
  22. ICN recommendations: supporting the South Asia tsunami relief effort (5 January 2005)Nurses and Physicians Welcome Libyan Court’s Decision to Reverse Death Sentences (26 December 2005)
Mise à jour le Mercredi, 19 Septembre 2012