WHO Collaboration Centre for Leadership and Governance in Nursing


The World Health Organization designate in April 2020, the Nursing Division, in the Israeli Ministry of Health, as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Leadership and Governance in Nursing. This WHO Collaborating Centre will be part of an international collaborative network carrying out activities in support of WHO’s programs.

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Our Vision

 

The vision of the WHO collaboration Center for Nursing Leadership and Governance is to share knowledge and experience, through collaborative creation with leaders around the world in order to establish independent nursing leadership who act as significant professionals in the implementation of National health policies based on the WHO values.

The Collaboration Center for Leadership and Governance welcomes leaders and nurses all over the world, on the occasion of the International Nurses Day for 2021.

Nurses are at the forefront of healthcare workforce and the anchor for people .

Happy International Nurses Day.

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Our Missions

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Activities

Trainings
To create a customized, culturally relevant programme or modules to support capacity building for senior leadership and management skills in nursing and midwifery for Member States in the WHO European Region.

Trainings

To create a customized, culturally relevant programme or modules to support capacity building for senior leadership and management skills in nursing and midwifery for Member States in the WHO European Region.

Knowledge sharing
To develop guidance for Member States in approaches in the domains of accreditation, licensing and education training policies.

Knowledge sharing

To develop guidance for Member States in approaches in the domains of accreditation, licensing and education training policies.

Consulting
To develop guidance for Member States for strengthening nursing and midwifery governance and leadership at the macro, meso or micro levels of health systems.

Consulting

To develop guidance for Member States for strengthening nursing and midwifery governance and leadership at the macro, meso or micro levels of health systems.

 
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