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Breaking the silence: A new story of nursing : editorial / Jane Salvage, Barbara Stilwell

By: SALVAGE J [autor].
Contributor(s): Stilwell, Barbara [autor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleContent type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaSubject(s): Infermeria | Salut mundialOnline resources: Accés lliure In: 2018;27:1301-1303 Journal of Clinical NursingSummary: We live in challenging times, for the planet, for our societies and for the health of nations. The challenges have major implications for nurses—a global profession of some 23 million women and men— from caring for older people to halting infectious disease epidemics, reducing mother and child deaths and tackling and mitigating the health effects of climate change. The challenges confronting nurses are remarkably similar worldwide, and so are their humanitarian values. We see this daily in our work as international nursing leaders and activists. The value of nursing to health and society has barely been explored or quantified outside its own professional circles. Despite all the lip service, our potential to improve health and well-being has never been fully acknowledged or developed....
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We live in challenging times, for the planet, for our societies and for the health of nations. The challenges have major implications for nurses—a global profession of some 23 million women and men— from caring for older people to halting infectious disease epidemics, reducing mother and child deaths and tackling and mitigating the health effects of climate change.
The challenges confronting nurses are remarkably similar worldwide, and so are their humanitarian values. We see this daily in our work as international nursing leaders and activists. The value of nursing to health and society has barely been explored or quantified outside its own professional circles. Despite all the lip service, our potential to improve health and well-being has never been fully acknowledged or developed....

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