Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation links nurses in UK and Uganda
Moses Mulimira is a Co-founder of the Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation The foundation aims to link nurses in the UK and Uganda for their mutual benefit, and to break down health inequalities for people with mental health challenges.Learn more
Workshop in Enugu, Nigeria; 23rd September 2014
Ekezie Ralueke from Enugu, Nigeria, is collaborating with Global Research Nurses' network to organise a Workshop for nurses, to take place on 23rd September, 2014.Learn more
CONGRATULATIONS TO JOBY!
Joby George was conferred the award of best Research Nurse at Medanta, the Medcity on the occasion of International Nurses' Day, 2014.Learn more
A NURSES' RESEARCH WORKSHOP TOOK PLACE IN ENUGU NIGERIA ON 24TH SEPTEMBER, 2014, ORGANIZED BY EKEZIE RALUEKE OLUCHUKWU AND SPONSORED BY GLOBAL NURSES RESEARCH NETWORK.
The Workshop commenced at 10:00am at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital School of Nursing hall. 30 Nurses came from hospitals including the University of Nigeria Teaching hospital (UNTH) Enugu, National Orthopeadic Hospital, Enugu (NOHE), Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital Teaching Hospital, (NAUTH), Nnewi, Nicola McHugh from Global Nurses Research Network UK Participated via Skype and screen shared some of the presentation during the workshop. The workshop was attended by 30 persons plus 5 speakers making up 35 nurses in participation. Mrs. Ndubuka (FWACN) one of the speakers acted as the time moderator. Read more...
Global Health Research Nurses Launch Meeting Program; Lilongwe, Malawi 4th October 2014 view here...
Population Health Scholarship; Opportunity for emerging Community Health Leaders to attend a one week course in Washington
The Population Health Scholarship Program is designed to bring emerging community health leaders to Washington for a week-long policy bootcamp, including participation in the 2015 National Health Policy Conference (NHPC), meetings with policymakers and community health stakeholders, and networking events with key advisors from AcademyHealth's Translation and Dissemination Institute and the Committee on Advocacy and Public Policy (CAPP). By connecting these scholars with national experts, they will gain valuable insight into the policymaking process and learn new methods for translating and disseminating their work to decision makers. Read more...
WHY INTERNATIONAL NURSES’ DAY IS IMPORTANT
International Nurses’ Day is celebrated around the world on 12th May of each year to mark the contributions nurses make to the society and the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth, who is widely considered the founder of modern nursing. The International Nurses’ Day started in year 1965. Each year a service is held in West minster Abbey in London. During the service a symbolic lamp is taken from the nurses’ chapel in the Abbey and handed from one nurse to another, thence to the Dean who places it on the high Altar. Read more...
Workshops in India, November 2014
The first Workshop was held in Bhopal on 11th November 2014. It was arranged by Dr Sunita Lawrence, Principal of Pragyan College of Nursing, in collaboration with Mr Joby George from the Global Research Nurses' network, India.
The second Workshop took place in Hyderabad on 19th November 2014. It was arranged by Mrs Jyothsna Tirunagan, from the Samskara Foundation. Read more...
Student nurses in Abuja celebrate IND
Charity Maina, from Abuja, arranged a competition for student nurses and midwives. Participants were asked to write 600 words on 'Why International Nurses' Day is important.' Read more...
A Study day took place at LALITPUR CAMPUS, KATHMANDU, on MONDAY 17th FEBRUARY 2014.
Around 75 people attended, and there was a varied and informative programme. Read more...
International Nurses Day 2014.
Joby George, on behalf of the Global Research Nurses' network, invited student nurses to participate in an Essay writing competition on the theme 'WHY IS INTERNATIONAL NURSES' DAY IMPORTANT?' Read more...