El CIE cree que todos los países, en especial los de renta alta deben apuntar a ser autosuficientes y generar las enfermeras necesarias para cubrir las necesidades de sus poblaciones.
The Presidents of the ICN and the CNA are sending out an invitation to the world’s nurses to attend this year’s ICN Congress 2023 in Montreal, Canada, on July 1-5 to celebrate the profession and plan for nursing in a new, post-pandemic age.
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) will welcome two global experts to the ICN Congress in Montreal, Canada, 1-5 July 2023.
Her Royal Highness Princess Muna Al-Hussein, WHO Patron for Nursing and Midwifery and a long-time supporter of the ICN, will be the guest of honour at the ICN Congress in Montreal, Canada in July 2023
ICN President Dr Pamela Cipriano has called on governments to take bold steps to strengthen healthcare systems and increase resources in a bid to minimise the threats that could prevent the achievement of Universal Healthcare (UHC) by the 2030 target date
Driving the professional practice of nursing through education and regulation will be the focus of a main session at the International Council of Nurses (ICN) Congress in July 2023.
In an article published in the United Kingdom journal Nursing Times, Mr Catton argues that global warming, ongoing conflicts between and within countries, chronic underfunding and the worldwide shortage of nurses are blighting healthcare services and making it difficult for patients to access the care they need.
The ICN today announced the theme for International Nurses Day (IND) 2023: Our Nurses. Our Future. and launched its new IND logo
The ICN Congress 2023 -among others - will highlight the impact of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and the importance of promoting and enabling healthier communities with discussions led by two international nursing leaders: Radha Saini of WHO and Prof. Patricia M. Davidson of the Univ. of Wollongong, Australia
European nurses and other health workers have told Euronews television that “they are still suffering from the chaos of working through the COVID-19”
ICN has written an open letter to the UK Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Steve Barclay setting out the health and economic reasons for investing in nurses’ pay
ICN has welcomed the swift appointment by the World Health Organization of Dr Amelia Latu Afuhaamango Tuipulotu as its Chief Nursing Officer