Posts Tagged ‘WHO’

Invest in Health Workforce – Invest in Peace

How does health impact peace? This question was on the minds of delegates as they gathered in Geneva earlier last month for the World Health Organization’s 75th World Health Assembly (WHA). For the first time since the […]

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The Urgent Call for Nursing Leadership Development

As the World Health Organization (WHO) and others shine the spotlight on the critical need for nursing leadership across the globe, it’s time for us, as nurses, to step up and take action. It’s time to invest […]

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Strategic Directions for Nursing: Where Do We Go From Here?

Nurses’ selfless commitment on the front lines of COVID-19 continues to evoke the deepest admiration from the world. The crisis has shown that the nursing profession is ready to take a giant step forward. But is the […]

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Spotlight on Leaders in Global Health: Gisela Abbam

As the newly appointed chair of the British Science Association’s Board of Trustees, Gisela Abbam provides strategic oversight of BSA’s vision and aims. She works to ensure a world where science is seen as a fundamental part […]

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Leadership Communiqué March 2016

CCH III Presented and Consensus Reached on the Way Forward CCH IV Last time I wrote you in February 2016 we were headed to Trinidad and Tobago to present the findings of the Caribbean Cooperation Health III […]

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Leadership Communiqué February 2016

We are in the business of Building and Sustaining Healthy Nations. To build and sustain Healthy Nations you have to transform and redesign health systems. Health care transformation and health system redesign involves changing health policies and […]

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