Nurses are essential in transforming health care and health systems such that no person is left behind, without access to care or impoverished because of their need for health care.Read More
The right to the highest attainable standard of health is recognised in the constitution of many countries and numerous binding international human rights treaties.Read More
Here you will find nurse-led initiatives that push the boundaries and showcase the abilities, skills and knowledge of the nursing profession across the globe.Read More
Becoming a voice to lead means talking to governments, community leaders, policy makers and investors. Here you will find everything you need to campaign for access to heath and universal health coverage, and to provide the evidence you need to convince others that health is a human right. Use our resource and evidence pack, our video, our posters, or our social media banners to spread the word and use your voice to lead!Read More
Our Annual report for 2018 has been released today. Available only in English, you can read it directly on our website at the link below. Previous reports are also available on there.
"Nurses play a critical role in improving case detection, initiating patients on appropriate treatment, providing ongoing support to patients and improving treatment outcomes." says @carrie_tudor Read more on tinyurl.com/y4xnnac9 #ItsTimetoEndTB
Leading nurse academic Linda Aiken, whose research proves having more, better qualified nurses saves lives, to speak at ICN’s 2019 Congress in June. Read more on: http://tinyurl.com/y4w95ota #ICNcongress
Today is day two of the sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women (#CSW63) @UN_CSW ! This is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women. Follow the conversation on twitter via the above hashtags and tune in to the live webcast here: http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/csw/webcasts Reminder: ICN holds a parallel event is this Thursday March 21st at 10:30. See details on the flyer below: