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World Health Organization (WHO) 15h
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: Investing in nursing leadership is vital for strengthening the workforce as a whole. Without this countries cannot win the battle against pandemics, or achieve the & universal health coverage by 2030
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 6
It’s ! Today, we celebrate the work of nurses & midwives by showing our appreciation for their bravery, courage & resolve in the global response. Tell us who your favourite nurse or midwife is 💐. ➡️
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World Obesity 15h
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Based on the first data from a national registry in France, 83% of patients in the ICU due to COVID-19 are living with overweight & . The Haut Conseil de la santé publique is therefore calling for the care and protection of all vulnerable people.
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World Obesity 15h
Selon les premières données d’un registre national en France, 83% des patients en réanimation en raison du -19 sont en surpoids. Le Haut Conseil de la santé publique appelle donc à la prudence et à la protection de toutes personnes vulnérables.
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World Obesity 15h
Even in the 21st century, birth can be a dangerous time for mothers, especially those living with obesity. Today, on , we celebrate and who work tirelessly to support families in childbirth and beyond.
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AFERO 17h
World Obesité Foundation organise un nouveau webinaire sur et ‘People at the Centre: , -19 and the Patient Perspective’ le 9 avril prochain à 14h00. Inscrivez-vous:
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World Obesity 17h
Primary healthcare (PHC) represents the first defence against health threats, whether infectious or chronic diseases like obesity. At the centre of PHC, nurses are best placed to lead efforts to prevent and manage obesity in communities.
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World Obesity 18h
Our data teams have conducted a reanalysis of the NHANES 2017/18 US data, presenting the information in a useful presentation studying prevalence of obesity and other factors such as annual income and age. You can find this information here:
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CINyS - INSP 19h
Hoy es , este año se conmemora el trabajo de enfermeras, enfermeros y parteras, columna vertebral del sistema de salud. Ellos y otros profesionales de la salud trabajan en el control de la . ¡GRACIAS! Sin ustedes, no habría respuesta.
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EASO 19h
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WHO African Region 21h
On , let's say THANK YOU to all the nurses and midwives who put themselves at risk to help people everywhere, including in times of outbreaks.
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World Obesity 19h
Healthcare systems around the world rely on nursing as the foundations upon which successful and universal healthcare is created, and a constant source of support for those living with & . This , we say thank you and .
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World Health Organization (WHO) 21h
Replying to @WHO
: Countries need to ⬆️ nursing graduates by 8% per year, along with improved ability to employ and retain them in the health system. This would only cost 💲10 per capita, per year. 👉
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UN Climate Change 20h
On this , we join people around the 🌏 in thanking health workers for their incredible work during the pandemic 👏 Their contributions and love ❤️ of humankind are an inspiration to us all.
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WCRF International 20h
Health workers play a critical role in the fight against . We at WCRF are saying a special thank you to the nurses and midwives who are helping us stay healthy
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World Heart Federation 21h
highlights how important it is for all nurses to have access to the most up-to-date guidance & to appropriate protective equipment, so they can safely provide care and reduce the rate of infection in health settings ➡️
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WHO/Europe 21h
This let’s thank nurses and midwives who are responding to . Tweet and share pictures saying thanks using the hashtag . Health workers including nurses and midwives are at greater risk from .
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World Obesity 21h
Today is ! We are highlighting the work of nurses & midwives & remind world leaders the critical role they play in keeping the world healthy! Read the full 's report on the State of the World's Nursing:
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WHO/Europe 21h
The demands on healthcare systems are changing. 💶 Investing in nurses and midwives is an investment in as well as gender equality and economic growth. Five key areas for investment 👉 this
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EASO 22h
+ are the bedrock of national health systems, we applaud them! Nurses provide respectful treatment and care for people living with who are particularly vulnerable to serious outcomes from infection and for all citizens
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