Coming this March…
International Women’s Day Twitter Chat
8th March, 3 pm (GMT)
Join us on Twitter at 3 pm on 8th March to discuss leadership development and career progression for women in the health workforce.
More information coming soon!
Overcoming the challenges to vaccine equity & acceptance
9th March, 3 pm (GMT)
In partnership with the Sabin Vaccine Insitute, we are delighted to hold the first in a new series of webinars that will focus on the role of nurses and midwives in promoting vaccine equity and acceptance.
During this first session, we will hear from nurses from Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Sudan, and Uganda as they share their experiences of overcoming challenges to vaccine equity and acceptance.
Register today and join the conversation!
Nursing Now Challenge Information Session
10th March, 1:30 pm (GMT)
Today, there are nearly 50,000 student and early-career nurses and midwives enrolled in Nursing Now Challenge leadership development programmes around the world. During this information session, we will hear from some of the organisations implementing these programmes in Italy, Kenya, Rwanda and the UK as they share their experiences, best practices, and lessons learned.
Mapping the state of nursing leadership and governance guiding documents in Africa
11th March, 9 am (GMT)
The role of nurses & midwives in tackling antimicrobial resistance
17th March, 1 pm (GMT) & 30th March, 3 pm (GMT)
In collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), we have launched a new NNCGSI that challenges nurses and midwives to develop innovative solutions to AMR-related issues faced around the world. Read more here.
On 17th and 30th March, we will host webinars during which Elizabeth Iro, WHO’s Chief Nursing Officer, and Professor Hanan Balkhy, WHO’s Assistant Director of Antimicrobial Resistance will discuss AMR and the role of nurses and midwives to tackle this issue.
Register today – 17th March, 1pm (GMT)
31st March, 1:30 pm (GMT)
On 31st March, we will launch a new Nursing Now Challenge Global Solutions Initiative in collaboration with Tendable. This NNCGSI will encourage and support early-career nurses and midwives to develop innovative ideas to improve quality of care.
If you have any questions about our upcoming events, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: email@example.com