Nursing Leadership in Global Health. The art & science of articulating the change David C. Benton RN, PhD, FRCN Chief Executive Officer International Council of Nurses 26 th February 2014. Archimedes - 220 BC . Mechanics Magazine published in in 1824. Areas to be addressed.
The art & science of articulating the change
David C. Benton RN, PhD, FRCN
International Council of Nurses
26th February 2014
Mechanics Magazine published in in 1824
The Iron Triangle
Systematic reviews and concise summaries of findings are rarely used for developing recommendations.
Instead, processes usually rely heavily on experts in a particular specialty, rather than representatives of those who will have to live with the recommendations or on experts in particular methodological areas.
Oxman, Lavis and Fretheim (2007)
Lancet 2007; 369: 1883–89
"This is a pretty seismic event," Lancet editor Dr. Richard Horton, who was not involved in the research for the article.
"It undermines the very purpose of WHO.”
"If countries do not have confidence in the technical competence of WHO, then its very existence is called into question," said Horton.
"This study shows that there is a systemic problem within the organization, that it refuses to put science first."