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    • Deuxième conférence ministérielle de l' OMS sur les soins infirmiers et obstétricaux en Europe : rapport sur une conférence de l' OMS, Munich, Allemagne 15-17 juin 2000 

      Conférence Ministérielle de l' OMS sur les Soins Infirmiers et Obstétricaux en Europe (‎2ème: 2000: Munich, Germany)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/01/5019309, 2001)‎
      Depuis la Première conférence ministérielle de l'OMS, qui a eu lieu à Vienne il y a plus de dix ans, peu de progrès ont été faits pour permettre aux infirmières et aux sages-femmes de contribuer plus activement à la satisfaction des besoins de la population dans les domaines des soins de santé et de la santé publique. Cent quatre-vingts délégations de 48 pays et 40 observateurs ont participé à la Conférence. Des exposés ont été présentés, et les débats et discussions ont porté sur des sujets très divers : obstacles à ...
    • Heart health : using evidence in nursing practice 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/02/5037979, 2002)‎
      Heart Health: using evidence in nursing practice, offers nurses a new approach to learning i.e. self-directed learning. It is a learning tool rather than a textbook and uses several methodologies to assist the learner to access new knowledge and skills and to test that knowledge through reflective practice, checklists etc. More specifically the pack provides information on how to promote heart health. It includes guidance for nurses on how to use evidence in their daily work, how to access the literature as well as how to judge what is valid and ...
    • Second WHO Ministerial Conference on Nursing and Midwifery in Europe : report on a WHO conference, Munich, Germany 15-17 June 2000 

      WHO Ministerial Conference on Nursing and Midwifery in Europe (‎2nd: 2000: Munich, Germany)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/01/5019309, 2001)‎
      Since the first WHO ministerial conference, held in Vienna over ten years before, little progress had been made towards enabling nurses and midwives to contribute more forcefully to meeting people's need for health care and public health. The conference participants comprised 180 delegates from 48 countries and 40 observers. Presentations were made, and debate and discussion were stimulated, on a range of issues that included the challenges and opportunities facing a changing Europe; challenges for policies on nursing and midwifery; the contribution ...