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Nurses

To Decolonize Global Nursing and Midwifery, Let’s Rethink How We Train Health Workers

Curricula and training must be country-led and aligned to each nation’s unique needs.

To Succeed, Global Pandemic Response Must Bolster Nurse Leadership and Challenge Widespread Gender Inequities

Nurses from around the world weigh in on how to do this in the age of COVID-19.

A New Nurse, a New Virus: Combating COVID-19

Chetna Sharma's days—and nights—are full of seeing patients, sharing information about COVID-19, and enlisting the help of community leaders.

It's Time for Nurses Like Beth to Lead

They have the skills to lead multidisciplinary teams and improve health services for us all.

Reflections on 2020 from a Nurse and a Midwife

What does 2020 The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife mean for us? How will we be honored —and how will we honor the profession?

Policy Changes in Tanzania and Beyond Unleash Full Power of Nurses

Imelda Ngonyani and other nurses in Tanzania are making a key HIV prevention strategy more available. This is the first post in our Frontline Perspectives blog series for the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

Improving Primary Care by Championing Our Primary Resource—the Health Worker
Johnson & Johnson is delivering on the new Political Declaration for UHC by launching the Center for Health Worker Innovation to strengthen primary, community-based care.
These Nurses Are Shining a Light on the Gender Barriers They Face at Work

The obstacles that keep many nurses out of leadership roles are systemic, structural, and age-old.

Advancing Nurse Leadership in the Health Workforce

By: Dr. Vanessa Kerry, Co-founder and CEO, Seed Global Health

A stark example of the entrenched barriers to nursing leadership was made evident to me on a trip to meet with partners from leading training institutions. We were to discuss ways we could collaboratively...