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Agnes mwende Jun 14
It's good news for all nurses. is a three year global campaign aimed at raising the profile of nurses by maximizing their contribution to achieve health care through an online platform.
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Catherine Hannaway Jun 14
Today I joined Nursing Now Kenya team on a visit to Machakos level 5 hospital.What an inspirational & amazing afternoon it has been. Some very motivated nurses & their supporters there. Really great to have young nurse leaders with us too. Well done Cynthia & Rashid
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Catherine Hannaway Jun 15
The future of our profession both in Kenya and worldwide. Ive met some exceptional young nurses this week in Kenya. Tremendous ambassadors for Nursing and for
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Moiteaching hospital Jun 15
we support the .. campaign. its here with us.
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All kenya Nurses Jun 14
During the sensitization meeting held earlier today at Machakos county referal Nursing now campaign director urged the Nurses of Kenya to take up the leadership roles so that they can influence policy.
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Pat Kane Jun 15
"Health decision-making needs nurses to be more involved. Our role in policy development and planning is too small, despite the invaluable insights our unique position in the health system gives us."
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QNIS Jun 12
"In care homes you need to take a person-centred approach, and see the benefits this has on the person’s wellbeing and quality of life. It’s very rewarding" - Queen's Nurse Kate marks
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Nursing Now Jun 12
Interested in how nurses can enhance, support and lead antimicrobial improvement interventions? Join for their seminar on 26 June at 4pm BST
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Nr.Sonie Jun 14
WHO has finally acknowledged the only way to achieve is by empowering, involving and motivating a nurse. Dr. catherine Hannaway a PHD nurse, the global director of is in Kenya. Welcome.
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Jennifer Jackson Jun 16
"The message was loud and clear: Nurses are not viewed as experts or as key leaders" This study found nothing has changed in 20 years of media representation of nurses- what do we do about this? Thanks
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allkenyannurses Jun 13
The Global Nursing campaign Director Dr.Catherine Hannaway is finally in Kenya! Let us show her Some love here.
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Apsara Pandey Jun 15
Right now, health services aren’t getting the most out of nurses and midwives. We can change that:
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shirly luz Jun 13
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Tara Pauley Jun 15
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Lou Cahill, RN Jun 16
This really highlights the ever present gender issues around nursing. Not getting seats at policy tables, not getting fair representation in the media, not valued by society, not take seriously; largely comes down to be a female dominant profession.
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Kylie Jun 12
Australian Nursing leaders are ready to take the lead in this global campaign
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NURSE ACTIVIST™ Jun 14
Kenyan nurses are ready for the campaign launch in August
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All kenya Nurses Jun 14
Nursing Now Global director currently adressing Nurses at Machakos Level 5 hospital.
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Nr.Sonie Jun 14
is a global campaign aims to improve perceptions of nurses, enhance their influence and maximise their contributions to ensuring that everyone everywhere has access to health and healthcare.
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Catherine Hannaway Jun 16
Thank you Alfred and all your colleagues. Wonderful hosting, a great visit. I will certainly be taking back the message to the global campaign team about the great progress you are making in Kenya. Well done!
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