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Nurses and midwives provide the backbone of health care delivery systems worldwide. Members of this community share experiences and exchange information in efforts to raise the standard of nursing care and training.

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Inge Corless - MGH Institute of Health Professions School of Nursing Sheila Davis - Massachusetts General Hospital - MGH; Partners In Health - PIH Elizabeth Glaser - Brandeis University; Global Nursing Caucus Maggie Sullivan - Boston Health Care for the Homeless; Global Nursing Caucus; Partners In Health - PIH; University of California San Francisco - UCSF
train and place the graduate nurses in hospitals around the world.

I am working on a prospect project to train Nurses in one of the previous eastern european countries. The idea is to train and place the graduate nurses in hospitals around the world. I know this is an old idea but now with the shortage of nurses and the…

By Prasad Pasam on 22 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
ebola

Thank you so Much for the information Maggie Sullivan. I am going to check it and let you know. Best regards Corina Alba Alba Profesor Investigador de Tiempo Completo Universidad de la Sierra Sur Sistema de Universidades del Estado de Oaxaca SUNEO C.…

By corina alba on 21 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 2 Replies
"Knowing the first name of “the nurse” can lower health care costs"

In our Costs of Care community, we've been having a really interesting discussion around the importance of knowing the first names of nurses in reducing costs and improving quality of care. We'd love to hear from members here on their experiences and…

By Sudip Bhandari on 19 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
Oral and IV fluid replacement in Ebola

Got into Monrovia Friday night. The hotel has wireless, so I though I should post as I am able. In another thread in the Ebola Response community, Diane mentioned an article in NEJM that came out this week: "Clinical Care of Two Patients with Ebola Virus…

By Elizabeth Glaser on 15 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
Global Health Service Partnership Application Deadline December 5, 2014

In partnership with the Peace Corps, PEPFAR and local training institutions, Seed Global Health is looking for talented doctors, nurses and nurse midwives willing to invest a year in building healthcare capacity in Tanzania, Malawi and Uganda with the…

By Julie Anathan on 14 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
December 1 deadline for submissions for "Global Telehealth 2015" in Toronto, May 2015

The Global Telehealth 2015 conference submission deadline is quickly approaching. It is in Canada next summer, the first time it has been held in the Northern Hemisphere. In the past it has been in Australia and Africa. The topics of interest are pretty…

By Patricia Abbott on 13 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
A sobering demonstration

Thank you Eileen.

By Elizabeth Glaser on 13 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 8 Replies
Global Health Nursing

Hi Amanda, I may be of help. Call +256750427012. Uganda John. MPH,RN

By Amanda McHarg on 12 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 3 Replies
Saying 'bye for a little while

Elizabeth: I am humbled by your dedication! All the best and take care!

By Elizabeth Glaser on 07 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 17 Replies
Teaching acute care nursing in Nepal - short and long term

Dena, yup thats me, my email is lets reconnect

By Joe Niemczura, RN, MS on 06 Nov 2014 0 Recommendations 8 Replies
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