In attendance at the signing of the MOU on the NursingNow campiagn was the ICN President Isabelle Skinner.
One of the key things the NursingNow campaign highlist for Nurses and Midwives according to the ICN President is that "Nurses really want to be recognised for their skills and want to contribute to to universal health coverage and all goals."
She also said "Once you have a workforce that are out there in every community, at every bedside, across the lifespan, around the clock who want to work with you as about 23million, aiding the WHO meet its goals.
From the ICN perspective we are a 100% behind #NursingNow.
One of the key things important to us is that young nurses need something to believe in, we've all talked about the millenials and different generations, Nursing was in a bit of a crisis with some thinking about retiring.
“From ICN perspective we are 100% behind @NursingNow2020. We value our partnership with @WHO. The campaign gives hope to young nurses joining the profession that they can participate and help the world achieve Health for All” Says @EllisIsabelle @ICNurses CEO
With the NursingNow campaign, young nurses can see that there is a future in nursing and that there are opportunities and that you can work to the top of your licensure and that the world is behind you.
We at the ICN really value our contribution both finacially and support wise to the NursingNow campaign and we 100% value our relationship with the WHO.
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