In this age of rapidly emerging technologies, how can we improve the way we provide training to health workers?
“I like providing support and care to patients,” says Rosa Lara de Forela, the subdirector of nursing at the Pedro de Bethancourt National Hospital in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala.
Mali is currently experiencing the most severe crisis of its existence.
When a health facility does not run smoothly it can quickly become a place where bad things happen.
I saw people out of work in the US and health workers being imported from countries that could ill afford to lose them.
By developing a more rational division of labor among HIV/AIDS health workers in developing countries, we can go a long way in “Overcoming the Last Barrier to Universal Access,” and nurses have a significant role to play in that effort.
This year’s World Health Day, celebrated on April 7, will focus on aging and health. The older I get, the better I understand that old truism: ‘old age is not for wimps.’
When IntraHealth’s newest board member visited our Chapel Hill office this month, we sat down to talk about her career and research.
For the US to really meet patients’ needs and continue to offer high-quality care, many things have to change. One of these is education.
Years ago, at a workshop on shaping health policy for nurse leaders, I heard a speaker say, “Nurses are this country’s best kept secret, and we need to wake up.”