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Nightingale Challenge launches global partnerships platform

Nursing Now is delighted to announce the creation of the Nightingale Challenge Partnerships Platform. The Nightingale...

The future we want? A healthy recovery from COVID-19, Nursing Now’s message to leaders gathering for the virtual UN General Assembly 

This is a historic week for the United Nations. Heads of states and governments will,...

Register for upcoming webinar, “Nurses-Reimagine our Wellbeing”

Register for upcoming webinar, “Nurses-Reimagine our Wellbeing” hosted by the New Zealand Ministry of Health. 11.00am-1.00pm...

Online International Scientific Conference “Research and Education in Nursing”

On 29th September, the University of Maribor Faculty of Health Sciences will hold a conference, "Research...

New ICN report shows governments are failing to prioritize nurses as number of confirmed COVID-19 nurse deaths passes 1000

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 nurse deaths passes 1000, a report from the International...

Access our social media toolkit and advocacy materials in time for the launch of 2020, the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

Available in English & French, join us for tomorrow's webinar at 8am (BST) to learn from #NightingaleChallenge programmes in #Australia, #England, #India, #NewZealand & #Spain

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#NightingaleChallenge #Leadership #Nurses2020 #Midwives2020 https://t.co/IzCSLUNR5D

Chemo nurse learns sign language to improve care for deaf patients
https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/research-and-innovation/chemo-nurse-learns-sign-language-to-improve-care-for-deaf-patients-28-09-2020/

With reports of at least 1000 nurse colleagues who have died, and BIPOC and BAME colleagues at even higher risk, we all need to advocate with our governments (at all levels) as well as our institutions to accelerate change @ICNurses @SigmaNursing https://twitter.com/icnurses/status/1307679589649518592

Twitter feed video.With reports of at least 1000 nurse colleagues who have died, and BIPOC and BAME colleagues at even higher risk, we all need to advocate with our governments (at all levels) as well as our institutions to accelerate change @ICNurses @SigmaNursing https://t.co/oWVoAn0jsm
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ICN CEO @HowardCatton on @SkyNews - the clapping has stopped but #nurses remain in the eye of the #pandemic, renews call for govts to prioritize nurses #PPE #testing #COVID19

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