Global Nursing Health. 2011 the year of Global Health. World Health Organization Collaborating Centre, University of Pittsburgh. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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2011 the year of Global Health
World Health Organization
Collaborating Centre, University of Pittsburgh
“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family.”
“Health is not only the absence of infirmity and disease but also a state of physical, mental and social well-being.” WHO
“International health is a subspecialty that relates more to health practices, policies and systems...and stresses more the differences between countries than their commonalities.”
The Global Health Education Consortium
“Is an area for study, research, and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide.”
Koplan et al., 2009
“…observation and experience will teach us the ways to maintain or to bring back the state of health. It is often thought that medicine is the curative process…. nature alone cures.”
Florence Nightingale, 1860
Florence Nightingale - English nurse, writer and statistician
DaryaMikhailova – First Russian
First Muslim nurse
One for all and all for one
Question: What is the best tool to educate the global nursing workforce while utilizing fewer resources?
Answer: A solution is to have a well structured content written in a language that does not require use of any advanced technology, as demonstrated in the Supercourse.
Nursing Supercourse is an important educational tool for bringing global health training into the Nursing schools and for building a nursing surveillance network.
THE SUPERCOURSE is a global library of lectures on prevention and public health, shared for free by the best faculty in the world.
Nursing Supercourse emerged from Supercourse to improve the global teaching of prevention.
It is estimated that there are 11 million nurses around the world (ICN, 2000), what if there was a way to utilize this huge workforce for global disease prevention education
Nurses are known to be THE most trusted health professionals by public
Nurses address health as a continuum
Health promotion and prevention are the foundational to nursing practice
Nursing Supercourse is a global network of nurses. We aim to improve global health and prevention through collaboration. Nursing students are not getting adequate training in global health. We can change that by sharing lectures that are evidence based and up-to-date. Our lectures are driven by the global health trends.
Communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions
New venue in outreaching consumers
Informing health recipients about health services
Health education tool to promote health
Interdisciplinary approach is needed to ease the burden of both communicable and non-communicable diseases
Global nursing health is important, as similar conditions in developed and developing countries alike
Life expectancy in the 20th century was improved due to successes in global health efforts
All students need to know more about global health research and form networks to share important global health knowledge
Ali Ardalan Iran
Sunita Dodani US/Pakistan
Jesse Huang China
Ronald LaPorte US
Mita Lovalekar US/India
Faina Linkov US/Ukraine
Eric Marler US
Nicholas Padilla Mexico
Kawkab Shishani Jordan/US
Francois Sauer US
Eugene Shubnikov Russia