Sunday, 18 March 2018

Join the Nursing Now Campaign

Nursing Now is a global campaign to improve Nurses and nursing impact in the health care system. The project which is Burdett Trust for Nursing in collaboration International Council  of Nurses (ICN) and World Health Organization (WHO), aims to turn the fortunes of nursing and nurses in Global Health and Health care challenges. Visit NURSING NOW website to read more and join the campaign.

The Nursing Now website and team is inviting all nurses to get involved to power the campaign through round the world for a greater impact here are some social media toolkit to help you get involved.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Two Day Global Research Nurses workshop 8-9 November 2017. Enugu, Nigeria.

The Global Research Nurses is inviting nurses in Nigeria with interest in research to register and attend a 2 day research skills sharing workshop in Enugu Nigeria from 8th-9th November 2017.

Areas to cover during the workshop are: Research process, including writing a proposal and final report, mentoring, research funding and  career pathway(s) for clinical research nurses, etc.

Interested persons should send an email to the workshop coordinator  with subject " GRN Research skills workshop Enugu" to, or with the following details.
1. Name
2. Place of work
4. Phone Number

Registration to this conference is free, and participant will be provided with light refreshments and lunch during the periods of the workshop.

We encourage interested participants to apply as soon as possible as we have only Limited seats are available.

Ralueke Ekezie
Workshop Coordinator

Thursday, 29 June 2017

ISfTeH Telenursing Working Group call for nurses Abstract at meHealth 2017

The Tele-nursing Working Group of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth is calling on nurses to submit abstracts and participate at the upcoming ISfTeH International Conference coming up in Casablanca Morocco on 6-8 December 2017. According to the email released by the Chair of the Working Group Claudia Bartz shat said: "Please consider submitting an abstract for the ISfTeH Morocco Conference (6-8 December 2017 in Casablanca, Morocco) - the deadline is 30 August 2017.  It would be great to have more nurses attending the conference"

Click here for more information on how to submit abstract for the conference.

Friday, 23 June 2017

International Collaboration For Community Health Nursing Research(ICCHNR)-call for Abstract

International Collaboration For Community Health Nursing Research(ICCHNR) is pleased to announce their 2017 Community Health conference call for abstract and conference registration , themed: Community Health: Action for Change. Click here to read more on Abstract submission process

Abstracts are being accepted till 30th June 2017 and will be notified of abstract status by 21st of July 2017. Please note that there is a small scholarship available for presenters from Africa find details here

Thursday, 9 March 2017

7th annual Pursuing Radical Transformation in Nursing Education Conference

Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) and its Institute for Educational Excellence will host the 7th annual Pursuing Radical Transformation in Nursing Education Conference March 30 and 31. This year’s theme is “Promoting Deeper Learning.”

Participants will learn about promoting students’ deeper learning; overcoming barriers to or challenges encountered when attempting to promote deeper learning; cues nurse educators can use to determine if learners are learning deeply, not merely superficially; and overarching principles that nurse educators use to help transform nursing education in ways that assure it is learner-centered, evidence-based, innovative and relevant for diverse student populations and meets standards of excellence.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Clinical Fellowship Program 2017 for LMIC Health Professionals

The Joanna Briggs Foundation ( JBI) has been established to raise funds that enable health professionals from LMIC settings to undertake the JBI Clinical Fellowship program. The JBI Evidence-Based Clinical Fellowship Program is a six-month work place, evidence-based, implementation program involving 2 x ten-day intensive training workshops in the Joanna Briggs Institute in Adelaide, and conducting a work place evidence implementation project in the intervening months.

Applicants must be health professionals (nurses, physician, lab. scientists, etc.), currently working in their home country, with access to a clinical setting. They must be able to identify a topic of interest in an area in which they would like to conduct a baseline clinical audit, implement evidence based strategies, and then conduct a follow-up clinical audit aimed at assessing outcomes. Find more on the eligibility and application process here.

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Sunday, 5 March 2017

The 10th Deadline for accepting Abstracts for European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry extended

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Ebola nurse Salome Karwah died after hospital neglect

A Liberian nurses widely known for her bravery during the time of Ebola outbreak in Liberia and was named Times Magazine Persons Of the Year, died after delivery through Caesarean section. It is alleged that her death was due to hospital neglect as a result of fear of Ebola. It was reported that even her fellow nurses refused assisting her at the hospital because they were afraid of contacting the deadly virus, even though she tested negative to the virus recently. as reported by BBC.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Mindfulness and Self-Care in Midwifery- GANM Webinar

Join a Global Alliance for Nursing and Midwifery webinar on Monday February 27th – 12:30 p.m. EST USA for a brief review of the literature on stress and coping in midwifery, followed by a mindfulness practice led by Erin Wright, DNP, CNM, APHN-BC, an instructor at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Certified Nurse-Midwife, and board certified Advanced Practice Holistic Health Nurse.
Stress and coping challenges are well-known among midwives and in the midwifery literature.  Long hours, few breaks, a harsh medico-legal environment along with occasional adverse outcomes can create a high stress work environment for midwives.  Attrition among midwives and midwifery students due to stress is common as well.  To mitigate this stress, it is important for midwives and midwifery organizations to consider both individual and institutional methods of self-care.  The practice of mindfulness has been shown to be a very effective individual method for improving midwife coping and decreasing stress.
Erin Wright is passionate about helping students understand and develop excellence in midwifery and nursing in women’s health. She is a Certified Nurse-Midwife and a board-certified Advanced Practice Holistic Nurse. Dr. Wright provides clinical care to patients in Baltimore City. Her clinical areas of expertise include mind-body medicine, Centering Pregnancy, labor support, breastfeeding, adolescent pregnancy, and non-pharmacologic pain relief in labor. Her current research focuses on occupational health concerns for midwives and the use of  integrative medicine for stress reduction. She is a past president and vice president of the Maryland Affiliate of the American College of Nurse- Midwives (ACNM). She currently serves the organization as a legislative chair and often testifies before the state legislature regarding scope of practice issues for midwives. Nationally, she serves ACNM as a member of the Ethics Committee. She holds a BSN from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, a MS in Midwifery from Georgetown University and a DNP from Frontier Nursing University.
What: Mindfulness and Self-Care in Midwifery: Review of the current Evidence and Guided Mindfulness Practice
Who: Erin Wright, DNP, CNM, APHN-BC, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Instructor
When: Monday February 27th – 12:30 p.m. EST USA
Where: Access the online event by going to
More details about the event as well as GANM Webinar archives:
This webinar will be offered in English. Please contact us with any questions or requests.

  Source:  GANM forum

Monday, 6 February 2017

12TH Annual Photoshare Contest for Health Professionals

The 12th Annual Photoshare Photo Contest, sponsored by K4Health an international standard for recognizing amateur and professional photographers that share photos for charitable and educational use. Please show your support by entering the contest or sharing this announcement with others.

The contest has a top prize of US$1,000; the deadline for entries is April 10th, 2017. Enter submissions through Photoshare's online photo submission form,

It is such a pleasure to continue collaborating with HIFA on the Healthcare Providers category, which focuses on the critical role of health care information and health workers and is recognized with the HIFA Photo Award.

In addition to this special audience focus, Photoshare has added, Girls' Globe as a media partner to present a new Sexual and Reproductive Health category. Photoshare will recognize this featured category with its first social-media-powered prize, the Photoshare People’s Choice Award.

This year’s contest features 11 categories and 2 awards covering a broad range of global public health and development topics:

Sexual and Reproductive Health (Presented by: Girl’s Globe with the Photoshare People’s Choice Award)
Healthcare Providers (Sponsored Category: HIFA Photography Award)
Family Planning
Agriculture and Economic Development
Democracy and Governance
Humanitarian and Disaster Relief
mHealth and Communications Technology
Global Health and Human Interest (open subject)

Source: David via (HIFA)

Urgent Need for nurses and midwives in Liberia

MCAI UK is working towards identifying senior nurses or midwives who might be willing to work with them in Liberia, training nurses and midwives there in the hospital care of newborn infants.
Following onto the training of senior midwives in advanced obstetrics including abdominal surgery such as Caesarean section, we have now begun a programme to train senior nurses/midwives in basic neonatal hospital care.  
Because of the lack of doctors in Liberia (the lowest proportion to the population in the world) (see attached information) we cannot engage doctors from Liberia to train the nurses in neonatal care as there are only 1-2 trained Liberian paediatricians in the country and they are too busy already.
Attached is a request for international experts in neonatal care to help with this project along with the curriculum and we would be very grateful if you could consider circulating this to nurses trained in neonatal care who might be willing to work with us in Liberia.

for further inquiries please email ( 
Source Prof. David Southall via (GANM)


Thursday, 2 February 2017

A & T Lectures All Inclusive Conference Iberostar Dominicana Punta Cana

The 3 day all inclusive Conference for nurses is here again for nurses who wish to learn and or update their knowledge on topics which includes covering Research, Ventilation Strategies, Discharge Planning,Pediatrics Asthma and Hyperventilation therapy...

This event is organized by A&T Lectures USA. This time we are going to Dominica Republic "Punta Cana". The full schedules , speakers, Topics and other information as well as the registration/booking can be found through the link below. Limited spaces available.

Also Visa support, Flight booking and the entire trip arrangement can be made by the organizing company.

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Call for Abstracts - The 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical psychiatry

Nurses,psychiatrists, practitioners, psychiatric mental health nurses, psychologists, health scientists, educators, trainers, researchers, managers, and policymakers engaged in the prevention, management, research into violence and aggression in mental health and intellectual disability settings to submit an abstract and / or attend the 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry to be held in Dublin, Ireland 26-28 October 2017.

The 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry is co-organized by the European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EViPRG) & the European Network for Training in the Management of Aggression (ENTMA08), and is a World Psychiatric Association (WPA) co-sponsored meeting.

The 10th European Congress on Violence will focus strongly on clinically relevant and practically useful interdisciplinary scientific and practical knowledge with regard to interventions aimed at treating and reducing violence and aggression. The overall congress theme: “Creating collaborative care: a multi-partnership approach” reflects our commitment to partnership working between clinicians, researchers, educators, service users and carers.

Please submit your abstract electronically by the 1st of March 2017. Poster abstracts can be submitted till the 1st of August 2017.

Approval of accreditation will be requested from the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) for the award of Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits, and from the International Council of Nurses (ICN) for the award of International Continuing Nursing Education Credits (ICNECs).

Monday, 16 January 2017

Government of Ontario approves registration regulation changes No limits to NCLEX-RN exam

 According to College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO)The Ontario government has approved changes to the registration regulation under the Nursing Act, 1991. One outcome of these changes is that Registered Nurse (RN) applicants now have no limit to the number of times they can write the entry-to-practice exam, NCLEX-RN.
 It is now open for Registered nurses who wish to practice their nursing in Ontario to write the National Council Licensure Examination NCLEX as many times as possible before they can pass it and fully register with the college as for a practicing license.

2nd Annual Global Nursing Management & Innovation Forum

2nd Annual Global Nursing Management and Innovation Forum is a yearly nursing focused event which brings experts from all nursing discipline to discuss the most recent discoveries, findings and development in nursing profession as well as finding solutions to problems facing the nursing sector as a whole through case studies, panel discussions and presentations.

Key topics include: The migration of nurses, technology innovation in nursing care, nursing budget and financial control, future of trans cultural nursing, Patient centered care and main challenges in nursing recruitment.

Event Date: 9th-10th March 2017 Berlin Germany.

Visit C-parity for more details on the conference