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International Nurses Day

A wealth of overseas experience to use

Working in the UK as an internationally-educated nurse (IEN) comes with its nuanced challenges, with career progression often obscured not only by the cultural and hierarchical barriers inherent to...

Taking care of nurses is a boost for patients and the wider economy

As I look ahead to International Nurses Day this year, I do so with retirement in mind. Indeed, I will have retired by the 12 May, so it is a bitter sweet moment for me. My career has been long and...

The value of nursing

‘High-quality nursing comes at a price, whether that be the personal and emotional price of nursing … or the financial price within our healthcare system to train, educate, retain and upskill our...

Virtual mentorship: the opportunities and limitations for nurses in international health partnerships

Birmingham City University's health partnership with emergency, trauma and critical care nurses in Zambia is no exception and we have had several successful virtual volunteering projects. We have...

Working together to promote and celebrate the diversity of nursing

I would like to wish a happy International Nurses Day to nurses all over the world and, in particular, to those in Scotland..

The healthcare landscape has changed but nurses continue to be inspirational

‘Nurses around the globe stepped up to the plate during the height of COVID-19’ .

The Indonesian National Nurses Association: aims and achievements

The roles and functions of the INNA are as follows. It:.

Indonesian nursing students' intention to accept COVID-19 vaccines: an online, multicentre survey

Vaccine hesitancy has been a global concern for several decades, and the situation is more difficult with COVID-19 immunisation, owing to the infodemic and confirmation bias around the disease (Dror...

Factors associated with the frequency of respiratory rate measurement by hospital nurses: a multicentre cross-sectional study

This study detected five independent factors associated with the frequency of RR measurement by the nurses. The perception of importance (item 2) and educational experiences (item 18) were positively...

International capacity building via the ‘new norm’ of virtual teaching and volunteering

The use of a blended learning approach, which includes mentoring, role modelling and ‘on-the-job’ training, has enabled us to build capacity in emergency, trauma and critical care nursing in Zambia,...

Handing on the baton: developing early career nurse leaders

‘The partnership is committed to developing the fellows and has recruited NHS nurses working in the fellows' areas of practice who are providing virtual mentorship’ .

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