Skupen glas medicinskih sester vsega sveta

nevidne, a nepogrešljive

  • Annette Kennedy International Council of Nurses, 3. Place Jean Marteau, 1201 Geneva, Švica
Ključne besede: zdravstveni delavci, medicinske sestre, zdravstvena nega, zdravstveni sistemi, kampanja, zdravstvo

Povzetek

Svet se nahaja v kritičnem obdobju glede zagotavljanja človeških virov v zdravstvu. Ena največjih ovir za dosego učinkovitosti zdravstvenega sistema je nerazpoložljivost izkušenih zdravstvenih delavcev, predvsem medicinskih sester. Svetovna zdravstvena organizacija ocenjuje, da jih močno primanjkuje po vsem svetu. Medicinske sestre so v vseh zdravstvenih sistemih po svetu del zdravstvenega osebja, s katerim pacienti najprej pridejo v stik.  Njihov prispevek je izrednega pomena pri doseganju ciljev trajnostnega razvoja in pri zagotavljanju varne, dosegljive in učinkovite zdravstvene oskrbe. Stalno pomanjkanje medicinskih sester bo onemogočilo izboljšati zdravstveno oskrbo (Buchan & Aiken, 2008).

Biografija avtorja

Annette Kennedy, International Council of Nurses, 3. Place Jean Marteau, 1201 Geneva, Švica

predsednica Mednarodnega sveta medicinskih sester

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2018-03-14
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Kennedy, A. (2018) Skupen glas medicinskih sester vsega sveta, Obzornik zdravstvene nege, 52(1), str. 4-7. doi: https://doi.org/10.14528/snr.2018.52.1.225.
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