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WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development
The Centre forms part of an international collaborative network that supports and undertakes projects in support of the World Health Organization's program at national, regional and international levels.
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Associate Professor Angela Dawson talks about her work with the World Health Organisation (WHO) in sexual and reproductive health and humanitarian crises. This research has led to improved workforce competencies and policy changes around the world.

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PNG Maternal and Child Health Initiative film 2016

PNG Maternal and Child Health Film

The PNG Maternal and Child Health Initiative have developed a film showcasing the efforts and impacts of this collaborative initiative in Papua New Guinea
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Michele Rumsey

Michele Rumsey

UTS: Health is internationally recognised within the profession, academia and the health services for its research, education, consultancy and policy development.
Second Regional Forum for WHO Collaborating Centres in the Western Pacific
Policy Roundtable on Strengthening Health Workforce Regulation
The World Health Organization Collaborating Centre at the University of Technology Sydney (WHO CC UTS) hosted an Australia Awards Fellowship Program funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) on 14-25 November.
Nursing and midwifery leaders from 14 countries in the South Pacific came together on 2th-4th November 2016 for the 7th South Pacific Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officers Alliance (SPCNMOA) meeting in the Solomon Islands.
Global Secretariat WHO CC Network

Global Secretariat WHO CC Network

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