• KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Deepika Cecil Khaka
Indian Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
• MODERATOR: Dr. Phalakshi Manjrekar
NIGH Board of Directors & Director of Nursing,
P.D. Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Center
• Dr. Ramesh Venkatesa Perumal
Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream Coordinator Internationally Educated Nurses BScN Program
York University Faculty of Health, School of Nursing
in July 2023
Featuring Dr. Amelia Tuipulotu, WHO's Chief Nursing Officer—seen here on the left—we've launched our 'Nurses' Voices' Campaign as highlighted here >>>
Please watch this video to learn more.
Keenly relevant to our times...
yet we have yet to share what we know....
More than ever before, we are all impacted by the health of everyone else around the world. Yet, most critical global health issues are still under-reported, under-valued and poorly understood. Although nurses and midwives have important knowledge, experience and wisdom, we have yet to effectively share what we know with the general public — with the global community.
Nurses and midwives are the world’s largest healthcare workforce — 80% of healthcare delivery globally. The International Council of Nurses — a federation of national nursing associations from 132 out of 193 UN Member States — counts the numbers of nurses as
Nightingale passed this vision on to us — to remember who we are, what we can do, who we care for and why — and then — to share her vision, as she did, with our world.
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