28,287 nurses and midwives from 741 employers in 73 countries have accepted the Nightingale Challenge!

Welcome to the Nightingale Challenge

To celebrate 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, the Nightingale Challenge aims to equip and empower the next generation of nurses and midwives as leaders, practitioners and advocates in health.

The Nightingale Challenge asks every health employer around the world to provide leadership and development training for a group of their young nurses and midwives during 2020.

We aim to have at least 1,000 employers accepting the Nightingale Challenge, benefiting over 20,000 nurses and midwives aged 35 and under during 2020.

With support from NHS England.

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

Register today!

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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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