ICCHNR fully supports the ICN campaign to support nurses across Ukraine. ICCHNR stands by all nurses striving for peace, and all patients, families, carers and communities in Ukraine.

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The International Council of Nurses (ICN), the European Federation of Nurses Associations (EFN) and the European Forum of National Nursing and Midwifery Associations (EFNNMA), speaking on behalf of the world’s 28 million nurses, utterly condemn the illegal invasion of Ukraine and the military attacks on its people.

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ICCHNR sends congratulations and support to all nurses across the globe on International Nurses Day 2022.

We especially commend the work and research undertaken by community nurses over the period of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond and celebrate your significant contribution to the public health of your countries.

Please watch the short videos that demonstrate some the international research of our members

ICCHNR scholarship awards for the conference June 2022

ICCHNR is pleased to announce that we are awarding up to ten scholarships to enable community nurses from LMICs to attend the on-line ICCHNR conference in Sweden in June 2022.

International Conference

‘Community Nursing Towards Sustainable Health’

Linnaeus University, Vaxjo, Sweden – June 21-22, 2022

Abstracts submission is now closed

Hosting the ICCHNR conference for 2022 will be an opportunity for researchers from near and far to present their most recent findings in the field of ‘Community nursing towards sustainable health’.

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The International Collaboration for Research (ICCHNR) is proud to be a Nursing Now partner and to celebrate The Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020.

The following videos showcase compelling accounts of community nursing research and are a pause for reflection at the end of a project to identify future actions to take forward.

One-Minute Wash-Up’s

‘Exploring the health and wellbeing needs and experiences of people who use and deliver integrated health and social care in the community: a multi-case study’

By Louise Henderson

‘Addressing the Gaps in Health for Children’

By Yvonne Parry

Silence Among Afro Caribbean. Men with Prostate Cancer in Trinidad & Tobago: A Grounded Theory Study

By Dr Michelle King-Okoye, Lecturer University of Edinburgh

The New Dad Study (NEST)

By Dr Sharin Baldwin, Clinical Academic Lead, London North West University NHS Healthcare Trust

The Needs of Older Persons with Early Stage Dementia from their Perspectives: An Ethnographic Study in Northeast Thailand

By Noysipoom, N. Boromarajonani College of Nursing Nopparat Vajira

Join us at the next ICCHNR international conference in Sweden in 2022!

Community Nursing Towards Sustainable Health

Date:

ICCHNR are delighted to announce that we are collaborating with Linnaeus University in Sweden in organising our next international community nursing research conference in June 2022.
The conference website is:
Further announcements will be made about abstract submissions and keynote speakers in the near future, please SAVE THE DATES!

Read the Nursing Now! Report in collaboration with ICCHNR


ICCHNR worked closely with Nursing Now in the progression of the research on global nursing leadership. Prof Gina Awoko Higginbottom acted as research consultant and the full report can be obtained by clicking the button below:

Nursing the world

Molly Case, BA RN was our Poet in Residence for ICCHNR 2017 in South Africa. In joining the conference, taking part in workshops, discussions and social interaction Molly wrote and performed her visionary poem on Nursing the World.

Click here to hear Mollys performance.

Click here to read the words of Nursing the World  in full

Please share and tweet #NursingtheWorld

The voice of people with learning disabilities is important to the health and social care research that we do at @ARC_KSS

As part of @mencap_charity #LDWeek22 we have launched the Good Lives, Learning Disability Research Network.

Find out more here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3ncqxeH

It has been a pleasure to participate as a speaker at @ICCHNR @sally_kendall. Community Nursing needs to highlight its leadership more than ever.

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Coming next week… 

22nd February, 4 pm (GMT)
The role of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner in achieving UHC & related SDGs

Next week the Eastern Mediterranean Hub of the Challengers’ Committeewill host a webinar to discuss the role of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner in low and middle-income countries with a focus on UHC & related SDGs.

Speakers include:

  • Michelle Acorn, Chief Nursing Officer, International Council of Nurses
  • Maryjane Estrada-Lyder, Steering Council Co-Chair, Massachusetts Pain Initiative
  • Sana Gul, Co-Chair, Eastern Mediterranean Hub, Challengers’ Committee
  • Dalia Srouji, Co-Chair, Eastern Mediterranean Hub, Challengers’ Committee

Register your place here.

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23rd February, 3 pm (GMT)
New AMR-themed NNCGSI in partnership with WHO 

In partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), we will launch a new NNCGSI that will address antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and challenge nurses and midwives to develop innovative solutions to the AMR-related challenges faced around the world.

During this webinar, Elizabeth Iro, WHO’s Chief Nursing Officer will introduce the challenge and provide key information about this new NNCGSI.

Register your place today!

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Midwives in Focus: New survey

As part of our Midwives in Focus project, we have launched a survey to explore professional identity, midwifery leadership & representations of midwifery around the world and we want to hear from you!

Please take 5 minutes to share your perspectives!

Click here to complete the survey.

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Free Health Action Training course!

Thanks to funding from the Burdett Trust for Nursing, we are offering members of the Nursing Now Challenge network the opportunity to take part in an innovative Health Action Training course.

There are two courses on offer:

Coping with Crisis: Well Being and Growth (12 hours – 4 weeks)
Course Coordinator: Sue Foster
Email: susan.foster@healthactiontraining.com

Graduate Certificate in Health Action Training (36 hours – 12 weeks)
Course Coordinator: Pat Deeny
Email: pat.deeny@healthactiontraining.com

Please register to take part in a Health Action Training course here.

Please note that there is an upper limit of 20 participants on each course. Inclusion will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

Have a great weekend!

The Nursing Now Challenge team

Nursing Now is a programme of the Burdett Trust for Nursing (Registered Charity 1089849). 
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Molly Case, BA RN was our Poet in Residence for ICCHNR 2017 in South Africa. In joining the conference, taking part in workshops, discussions and social interaction Molly wrote and performed her visionary poem on Nursing the World.

Click here to hear Mollys performance.

Click here to read the words of Nursing the World  in full

Please share and tweet #NursingtheWorld