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The 12th May is International Nurses Day, which is celebrated on the birthday of Florence Nightingale. This year is especially special as it is also the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and is the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth. And due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the work of nurses across the world is being recognised and valued more than ever.
The International Council of Nurses choose the theme of each International Nurses Day, which for 2020 is aimed at ‘Nursing the world to health.’
The WHO State of the World’s Nursing (SoWN) report will describe how the nursing workforce will help deliver Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and highlight areas for policy development for the next three to five years. It will also provide a technical description of the nursing workforce in Member States, including the number and types of nurses, education, regulation, practice, leadership, and gender issues.
This report by the International Council of Nurses discusses the contribution of nurses worldwide. The report features case studies submitted by nurses from many different countries showcasing the innovative ways in which they work.
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Florence Nightingale, who was called as “the lady with the lamp,” by the sick and injured at Crimean war, has laid down strong foundational principles in nursing. Her multitasked role contributed significantly toward the development of nursing profession into structured institution. As an administrator, educator, researcher Nightingale's contributions moved nursing from disrespectable profession into replacing more of autonomy and evidence-based practice.
The 13 million nurses worldwide constitute most of the global healthcare workforce and are uniquely positioned to engage with others to address disparities in healthcare to achieve the goal of better health for all.
The women saving the world; From Florence Nightingale to the suffragette medics of the First World War, to the dazzlingly brave doctors and nurses battling Covid-19 today, generations of selfless women have risked their lives to help others during wars, terror attacks and pandemics.