Elizabeth Iro, RN the Chief Nursing Officer of the World Health Organization will present findings from the State of the World’s Nursing 2020 report, which provides evidence and policy options for the global nursing workforce.
It is 25 years since the first randomised controlled trials demonstrated the value of midwife-led care. Covid-19 has raised the profile of midwives and nurse-midwives, and the importance of the care they give. This session will look at the contribution of midwife-led care to quality maternal and newborn care.
Pain and opioid addiction are not unrelated phenomena. In addition to sharing neural substrates, both are holistic bio-psychosocial-spiritual disorders, and amenable to independent nursing interventions. Reviewed are the pain responses of persons addicted to opioids and addiction assessment in patients receiving opioids for the treatment of chronic pain.
Nursing knowledge and big data science methods have proven to be critical components of the advancement and transformation of health care delivery, and the ability of data to represent a more comprehensive experience of the patients as well as value of nursing, including social determinants of health.