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Regional network of interprofessional health education of the Americas

Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem; 26 (e3013), 2017
In the last two years, progress has been observed in the incorporation of Interprofessional Education (IPE) into policies on human resources for health in the countries of the Region of the Americas. The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) has encouraged its Member Stat...

Migration of nurses: a Latin American perspective

This paper documents an exploratory meeting organized by the Pan American Health Organization, that gathered nurses from countries of Latin America, who identified the shortage and migration tendencies as an emerging area in need of investigation. The exploratory meeting was conducted under the directio...

Triple impact: how developing nursing will improve health, promote gender quality and support economic growth

In September 2015 the nations of the world signed up to the ambitious goal of ensuring that everyone in the world should have access to health care – universal health coverage – and that nobody should be left behind. This report makes the very simple point that universal health coverage cannot possib...

Nurse migration in Guyana

The 21st century has presented several challenges to those responsible for the training, development, and management of human resources for health. There is need to strengthen the quality of training, ensure the acquisition of job skills that facilitate a comprehensive response to the needs of users of h...

Nursing and midwifery in the history of the World Health Organization 1948-2017

Every country needs a competent, motivated, well-distributed and supported health workforce. Health workers are the cornerstone of the strong, resilient health systems needed to achieve universal health coverage. These are the people who keep the world safe, improve health, and protect the vulnerable. Th...

The global advisory panel on the future of nursing & midwifery report: 2014-2017

Future of Nursing & Midwifery (GAPFON®) is to establish a voice and vision for the future of nursing and midwifery that will advance global health while simultaneously strengthening professional roles. GAPFON provides a platform for nursing and midwifery to have an inclusive voice worldwide, to be a cat...

Collaborative partnership for nursing and midwifery development in the region of the Americas: report of a workshop

In fall 1997, a collaborative partnership for nursing and midwifery development in the World Health Organization (WHO) region of the Americas was formed. The collaborative partnership included representatives from three Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) programs - Human Resources Development, Famil...

The Pan American Network of Nursing and midwifery collaborating centers: nursing and midwifery making a difference PANMCC meeting

The Pan American Network of Nursing and Midwifery Collaborating Centers (PANMCC) met at the Pan American Health Organization in Washington, D.C. 7-8 October, 1998 to discuss possibilities for supporting the new Strategic and Programmatic Orientations (SPOs) 1999-2002 approved by the Pan American Sanitary...

Regional meeting: the role of government chief nurses in the countries of the region of the Americas. Final report

The Regional Meeting on the Role of Government Chief Nurses in the Countries of the Region of the Americas was held in Havana from 10 to 12 September 1996. The working group analyzed how the ministries of health in the Region would assume a leadership role in the development of nursing so as to ensure le...

Report on universal access to health and universal health coverage: hamilton-Canada advanced practice nursing conference April 15-17, 2015

Universal Access to Health (UAH) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is an overarching goal of health systems and is based on the values of primary health care (PHC). It means that all people and communities have equitable access to comprehensive and guaranteed quality services that they need, throughout...