As COVID-19 spreads, wealthy countries are struggling with an influx of patients requiring screening, testing, and intensive care. In addition to national calls for social distancing, providers cancelled elective surgeries, shifted to virtual care where possible, and set up temporary hospitals to handle increasing demand.
Recognition for student midwives
The COVID 19 pandemic is causing huge stress on the health care system of all countries in the world. It is observed that early interventions with optimal Political commitment and community mobilization help to flatten the curve averting occurrence of many cases and deaths.
Maternal and child health directorate in collaboration with Safe Motherhood (SMH) Technical Working Group (TWG) members have developed a management algorithm for pregnant and labouring mothers. This algorithm will be modified accordingly to the national status of pandemic.
The State of the world’s nursing 2020 report provides the latest, most up-to-date evidence on and policy options for the global nursing workforce. It also presents a compelling case for considerable – yet feasible – investment in nursing education, jobs, and leadership.