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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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Why the world needs global health initiatives

By WHO

Global health initiatives have unquestionably done great good, said WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan today. They have saved or prolonged millions of lives. They have gathered knowledge along the way, and in so doing, they have shed light on a cause of much ill health in this world: weak and inequitable health systems.

http://www.who.int/dg/speeches/2009/global_health_initiatives_20090622/en/index.html
Source: www.who.int

The 9th International Conference of Global Networks of WHO CC for Nursing & Midwifery Development

June 2012 - Kobe, JAPAN

Kobe is getting prepared to receive in june 2012 the 9th International Conference of Global Networks of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing & Midwifery Development.

The theme of the event is "Even with Basic Health Care, prepare for the Unexpected", which is discussed how "in life threatening events including disasters, even for basic health care we need to prepare and be aware of the unexpected. This is the challenge from nursing society".

The event will take in place from June 30th to July 1st, 2012, in the Kobe Portopia Hotel, in Kobe, Japan.

Program: Chairperson speech, Key note speech, Presentations, etc.

Abstract registration :November 7th, 2011- February 13th, 2012

Support given by:

Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing & Midwifery

The Japanese Association for Nursing Programs in University, Japan

St. Luke's College of Nursing, Japan

(WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Development in Primary Health Care)
Source: who2012.umin.jp/

Faculty Openings - NYU College of Nursing

                   Two Faculty Openings               

By                NYU College of Nursing             
 
 
  1. Associate Professor/Professor tenure track. The successful applicant will be a highly successful, internationally recognized, continuously funded principal investigator with established funding in health systems/workforce with global focus. This applicant would be eligible to serve as Deputy Director NYUCN-Global. This individual will contribute to the mission and research agenda of the College and NYUCN-Global, as well as to the mentoring of junior scientists and pre- and post-doctoral trainees. This individual will be expected to collaborate with colleagues in Dentistry, Medicine, and across the wider University, including its Global Programs. This position could be a joint appointment with the NYU Global Institute of Public Health. Anyone wishing to apply please send CV and cover letter to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  2. Associate Professor/Professor tenure track. The successful applicant will be a highly successful, internationally recognized, continuously funded principal investigator with established funding in maternal child health workforce with global focus. This applicant would be eligible to serve as Deputy Director NYUCN-Global. This individual will contribute to the mission and research agenda of the College and NYUCN-Global, as well as to the mentoring of junior scientists and pre- and post-doctoral trainees. This individual will be expected to collaborate with colleagues in Dentistry, Medicine, and across the wider University, including its Global Programs.  Anyone wishing to apply please send CV and cover letter to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  

Re-Designation WHO Collaborating Centre CC for Nursing and Midwifery Practice

 

Re-Designation WHO Collaborating Centre CC for Nursing and Midwifery Practice             
                  WHOCC School of Health and Life Sciences - Glasgow Caledonian University              
By                GNWHOCC Secretariat             
 

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and  Midwifery Development congratulates the Glasgow Caledonian University School of Health and Life Sciences for its redesignation as a WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Practice. 

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

GN WHOCC Secretariat

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