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South Pacific Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officers Alliance (SPCNMOA)

The SPCNMOA is an alliance that is engaged in various ongoing activities that strengthen nursing and midwifery provision as well as partnerships throughout the South Pacific region.

VISION
Effective partnerships and coordinated approaches for strengthening nursing and midwifery to improve Pacific health in an equitable and sustainable manner.

MISSION
Strengthening nursing and midwifery capacity as a key priority for Pacific health systems development, through country ownership and leadership.

Who we Are

Through the partnership between the World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Office, SPCNMOA and the WHO Collaborating Centre UTS,  the Alliance aims to enhance nursing and midwifery effectiveness through promoting and improving population health in the region.

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The Secretariat of the SPCNMOA

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Strategy developed in collaboration with Chief Nurses and Midwives of the SPCNMOA

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OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS

Official brochure of the SPCNMOA

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Re-Designation WHOCC for Research and Clinical Training in Health Promotion Nursing

WHOCC School of Nursing, University of Michigan

By GNWHOCC Secretariat

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development congratulates the University of Michigan School of Nursing, for its redesignation as a WHOCC in Research and Clinical Training in Health Promotion Nursing.

We congratulate our colleagues and look forward to continue working with them!

GN WHOCC Secretariat

Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, WHO Director General

Letter sent regarding the vacancy of the Coordinator, Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery post at WHO
By GNWHOCC

On May 2011 the Global Network Secretariat, on behalf of its 42 WHOCC on Nursing and Midwifery has sent a letter to Dr. Chan, WHO Director General, regarding the vacancy of the Coordinator, Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery post at WHO. The letter can be downloaded below.

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Resolution from the International Council of Nurses (ICN)

Who is missing at the WHO? The nursing voice excluded from policy at World Health Organization
By GNWHOCC

An emergency resolution, below, has passed by the governing body of ICN at its biennial meeting held in Valetta, Malta, 2-7 May 2011.

*The Board of Directors and the Council of National Representative of the International Council of Nurses (ICN) resolved: The WHO Director General should empower and finance nursing leadership positions throughout WHO and immediately recruit suitably qualified expert nurses and appoint them to the vacant positions at WHO Headquarters, regional and national offices in order to support an organization wide structure that facilitates the full contribution of nurses to the entire range of the WHO responsibilities.


Source: www.icn.ch/images/stories/documents/news/press_releases/2011_PR_07Open_Letter__NursingVoiceExcluded_WHO.pdf

Re-Designation WHO Collaborating Centre in Primary Care Nursing and Health Human Resources

WHOCC School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences - McMaster University
By GNWHOCC Secretariat

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development congratulates the McMaster University School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences in Canada for its redesignation as a WHOCC in Primary Care Nursing and Health Human Resources.

We congratulate our colleagues and look forward to continue working with them!

GN WHOCC Secretariat
Source: apps.who.int/whocc/Detail.aspx?cc_ref=CAN-39&cc_code=can&cc_city=hamilton&

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