Lorna Owens

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Nurse Educators and Midwives need to train in Jamaica.

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, cardiac disease,gestational diabetes,Hiv, family planing etc. In addition we need trainers in Newborn Resuscitation.Length of training 5 days. Next training dates ...
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Advanced Practice Nurse educational materials Education & Curricula infant mortality maternal and child health services Maternal deaths Maternal Mortality Midwifery midwives new community Obstetric care volunteer Work & Volunteer Abroad

Doctors and Nurses to train primary health provider in Jamaica

Feb. 9, 2016
Footprints Foundation is looking for qualified doctors and nurses to train on HIV and the pregnant mother in the beautiful island of Jamaica. Length of training 5 days. Next training dates for doctors June 5-10, 2016. However, there are several dates available for nurses through out the year. Volunteers are ...
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Clinical Guidelines Mother-to-child Transmission Patient Education PreP Scaling up & managing at scale treatment as prevention

Reply to Nursing's role re: ZIKA virus

Feb. 5, 2016
Melissa I am an attorney,former nurse and midwife I know what that all means. Please respect that we are very impactful in this space. Please note we only work in Dade County.

Reply to Nursing's role re: ZIKA virus

Feb. 4, 2016
We have a total of 9 cases. We have to be super prepared because of the number of South Floridians who travel to and from all the affected areas.

Reply to Nursing's role re: ZIKA virus

Feb. 4, 2016
Florida's Governor has declared a State of Emergency re the ZIKA virus. Footprints Foundation has been out front on this issue. Our South Florida mothers must be prepared and we will continue to prepare them as this servere health issue unfolds.


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