Year of the Nurse and Midwife

Raise your voice today!

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Facebook

2020 is the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife! My new year’s resolution is to support nurses and midwives 👏all 👏 year 👏long👏

The best way to start is by saying MORE! We need more nurses and midwives, and they need more power, more opportunity and more respect! More please!

Nurses are:

👉Leaders 👉Innovators

👉Researchers 👉Clinicians

👉Healers 👉Educators

And so much more! This year, I’m celebrating the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife!

Twitter

#nurses2020
#midwives2020

Nurses are vital to ensuring a healthier world for everyone, everywhere. They make up the majority of our health workforce and are critical to achieving universal health coverage. But we need more of them. This year is #Nurses2020 – the time is now to raise our voices for nurses.

Raise your hand if you’re a nurse! Now raise it if you know a nurse. If you or someone you love has ever been impacted by one.

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See all those hands raised? That’s the impact of nurses. #Nurses2020

Instagram

#nurses2020
#midwives2020

👩🏽‍⚕️Nurse
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📲 #NursingInFocus
💰🥇🥈🥉💰 Prizes totaling $2,500

Go to yearofthenurseandmidwife.org/join-the-contest/ for details. Brought to you by @Jhpiego, @NursingNow and the International Council of Nurses.

July 9, 2014, Kisumu, Kenya. Mildred Udung, 51, nursing officer in charge, Kisumu East District Hospital.

Are you used to seeing nurses in scrubs? Midwives in maternity wards? 

What about nurses in suits, at roundtables, talking policy? Midwives leading health facilities? Nurse CEOs?

Yeah, show us more of them, too. Nurses and midwives can do it all. Healers. Leaders. Educators. Mentors. And so much more.