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WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce

WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce News & Analysis Global Health WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce underwent the transplant for Hodgkin An urgent global effort is needed to bolster lymphoma. In 2011, the first such case was the nurse workforce, according to a report reported in Berlin. That patient, Timothy Ray from the World Health Organization (WHO), Brown, underwent total body irradiation the International Council of Nurses, and and2stemcelltransplantsfromadonorwith Nursing Now, an international campaign to an abnormal CCR5 gene, which confers re- raise nurses’ status. sistance to HIV. Brown also underwent Based on data from 191 countries, the re- chemotherapy to kill any residual virus. port found that although the shortage of Castillejo underwent similar treatment, nurses worldwide improved slightly, from with 1 stem cell transplant from a donor 6.6 million in 2016 to 5.9 million in 2018, having the CCR5 defect and chemotherapy an estimated 89% of that shortage, or but not total body irradiation. 5.3 million nurses, is in low- and middle- “Our findings show that the success of income countries. About 80% of the world’s stem cell transplantation as a cure for HIV, nursesareconcentratedincountriesthatare first reported nine years ago in the Berlin home to only half of the world’s popula- patient, can be http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce

JAMA , Volume 323 (19) – May 19, 2020

WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce

Abstract

News & Analysis Global Health WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce underwent the transplant for Hodgkin An urgent global effort is needed to bolster lymphoma. In 2011, the first such case was the nurse workforce, according to a report reported in Berlin. That patient, Timothy Ray from the World Health Organization (WHO), Brown, underwent total body irradiation the International Council of Nurses, and and2stemcelltransplantsfromadonorwith Nursing Now, an international campaign to an abnormal...
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American Medical Association
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.2020.6430
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Abstract

News & Analysis Global Health WHO: Strengthen Nurse Workforce underwent the transplant for Hodgkin An urgent global effort is needed to bolster lymphoma. In 2011, the first such case was the nurse workforce, according to a report reported in Berlin. That patient, Timothy Ray from the World Health Organization (WHO), Brown, underwent total body irradiation the International Council of Nurses, and and2stemcelltransplantsfromadonorwith Nursing Now, an international campaign to an abnormal CCR5 gene, which confers re- raise nurses’ status. sistance to HIV. Brown also underwent Based on data from 191 countries, the re- chemotherapy to kill any residual virus. port found that although the shortage of Castillejo underwent similar treatment, nurses worldwide improved slightly, from with 1 stem cell transplant from a donor 6.6 million in 2016 to 5.9 million in 2018, having the CCR5 defect and chemotherapy an estimated 89% of that shortage, or but not total body irradiation. 5.3 million nurses, is in low- and middle- “Our findings show that the success of income countries. About 80% of the world’s stem cell transplantation as a cure for HIV, nursesareconcentratedincountriesthatare first reported nine years ago in the Berlin home to only half of the world’s popula- patient, can be

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 19, 2020

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