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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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 prog-of-workProgram of Work

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

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 Infographics Nurses  Midwives - Strategies
OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS

Official brochure of the SPCNMOA

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Re-Designation WHO Collaborating Centre for Research & Clinical Training in Nursing

WHOCC School of Nursing - University of California
By GNWHOCC

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development congratulates the University of California at San Francisco School of Nursing for its redesignation as a WHOCC for Research & Clinical Training in Nursing.

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

GN WHOCC Secretariat
Source: apps.who.int/whocc/Detail.aspx?cc_ref=USA-228&cc_code=usa&cc_city=san%20francisco&

New Director at WHOCC at Glasgow Caledonian University

WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Education, Research and Practice

The WHOCC at Glasgow Caledonian University has a new Director, Dr Kathryn Strachan.

The Secretariat welcomes Dr Strachan and is looking forward to working toghether with her and the team in Glasgow.

Dr Kathryn M Strachan
Head of International Business Development
School of Health
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Re-Designation WHO Collaborating Centre for Advanced Practice Nursing

WHOCC School of Nursing - Columbia University
By GNWHOCC Secretariat

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development congratulates the Columbia University School of Nursing in New York

for its redesignation as a WHOCC for Advanced Practice Nursing, focused on Nursing Development and disasters.

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

GN WHOCC Secretariat

UWI - School of Nursing redesignation as WHOCC

University of West Indies School of Nursing has been redesignated as a WHOCC
By GN WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development - S

The Global Network of WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development congratulates the University of West Indies School of Nursing for its redesignation as a WHOCC for Nursing and Midwifery Development in the Caribbean.

We look forward to continue working with them.

GN WHOCC Secretariat
Source: http://apps.who.int/whocc/Detail.aspx?cc_ref=JAM-15&cc_code=jam&cc_city=kingston&

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