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Strategic Conversations: Nursing & Midwifery contribution to Global Health 2030 - See You All in Glasgow!

Dear Colleague

Please forward the following information about this major international Nursing & Midwifery Conference to all your networks!

Glasgow Caledonian University is proud to be hosting a major international conference on behalf of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing & Midwifery, from 27th-29th July, 2016.

The theme of the conference, ‘Strategic Conversations: The contribution of Nursing & Midwifery towards Global Health 2030’ is timely: The World Health Organisation has recently launched new Sustainable Development Goals and a raft of strategic policies to support their implementation towards Health 2030.

This high level strategic conference will bring together global healthcare leaders and practitioners to debate future directions and challenges for Nursing & Midwifery as we move forward towards 2030.

Our opening and closing keynote speakers promise to be challenging and inspirational with an unparalleled array of International leaders presenting keynote papers and plenary discussions on the strategic directions for sustainable healthcare and health workforce development, highlighting the contribution of nurses and midwivesClick here to view the provisional programme - http://www.whocc2016.org/programme

Registration for the Conference is now open, so please register as soon as possible to take advantage of the early bird rate - http://www.whocc2016.org/registration  The early bird deadline is Friday 8th April.

Abstracts are currently being reviewed and notifications will be sent out in early March – look out for our e-mail!

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow in July for what promises to be an unmissable event!

Kind regards

Professor Kay CurrieDirector, WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Education, Research and Practice

Glasgow Caledonian University

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