100 Outstanding Women Nurse and Midwife Leaderschipwhiteford2021-02-08T19:51:43+00:00
100 Outstanding Women Nurse and Midwife Leaders
During the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, amidst a global pandemic, the courageous work of nurses and midwives deserves, more than ever, to be honored—not just by applause. Let us use the stories of their everyday heroism and service to call for all countries to invest in decent work and a new social contract for nurses and midwives as part of their commitment to health for all.
Despite shortages of PPE, a lack of support and crippling uncertainty, these women represent millions more nurses and midwives on the frontlines of patient care, providing solutions, every day, to people around the globe.
Click below to read WGH’s Call to Action to (1) Enable Female Nurses and Midwives to Lead, (2) End Violence against Nurses and Midwives, (3) Include Nurses and Midwives in Decision-Making, (4) Pay Nurses and Midwives Fairly, (5) Support Diversity in Nursing and Midwifery
WHO Member States should ratify ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment and enact measures to ensure all nurses and midwives have decent work free from all forms of violence, harassment, and bullying.
Call to Action 4 of 5
End Sexual Harassment, Violence and Bullying against Nurses and Midwives
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