By Beth Stinchcombe and Catarina Soares With thanks to Harpreet Kaur, Lucy Singh, Brian Wong, Layth Hanbali and Rhiannon Osborne Welcome to part 2 of our blog about the World Health Assembly (WHA). If you missed part 1, do check it out first as we go through what the WHA is and how it works, … Continue reading The 73rd World Health Assembly: Part 2
By Beth Stinchcombe and Catarina Soares With thanks to Harpreet Kaur, Lucy Singh, Brian Wong, Layth Hanbali, Rhiannon Osborne, and Katie Hussleby (AfGH) This year, there has been unprecedented interest in the World Health Assembly and the World Health Organisation (WHO), as we face one of the greatest health crises of our time and the … Continue reading The 73rd World Health Assembly: Part 1
Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has brought global health to the forefront, discussions around how different aspects of global health are affected are only now starting to arise. There is a realisation that the burden of disease isn’t shared equally among the global population and we need to put a spotlight on this once again.
The WHO weren’t joking when they designated 2020 to be the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. We imagined a year of events and advocacy, raising the profile of our profession to conclude the three-year Nursing Now campaign. Instead, nurses are doing just that, in a different but astounding fashion mid-pandemic; showing the everyday … Continue reading International Nurses’ Day 2020