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Global Health Nursing & Midwifery

UCSF School of Nursing /Partners in Health Job: Midwifery Mentor, Malawi

Sharon Rose - May 25, 2018
The Global Action in Nursing (GAIN) project is a 12-month opportunity based in Neno district, Malawi. The purpose of the mentorship is to work closely with Malawian nurse colleagues to improve outcome...
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2nd Nursing World Conference

Robert Hensley - Dec. 7, 2016
Nursing world conference is designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience of nursing and healthcare workforce education worldwide. NWC 2017 will continue this philosophy by encouragin...
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Nurse Educators and Midwives need to train in Jamaica.

Lorna Owens - Feb. 9, 2016
Footprints Foundation is looking for qualified midwives and nurses to train on The Indirect causes of Maternal and Infant Mortality in the beautiful island of Jamaica. Topics include hypertension, c...
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An International Survey on Advanced Practice Nursing Education, Practice and Regulation

Maggie Sullivan - March 24, 2010
An International Survey on Advanced Practice Nursing Education, Practice and Regulation Sullivan Maggie
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