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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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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.
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A catalyst in contributing to build community resilience following a disaster. The nurse/midwife plays a key role in increasing the ability of communities to prevent, prepare and respond to events.
The University of Technology Sydney WHO Collaborating Centre (WHO CC UTS) for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development UTS was elected to head the Global Network of WHO CCs for Nursing and Midwifery worldwide whose members are 44 centres across the world.
The Maternal and Child Health Initiative (MCHI) in Papua New Guinea (PNG) held its first workshop for 2015 at Sogeri, Central Province, PNG at the end of March.
WHO CC UTS was pleased to be part of the Asia Pacific Midwifery Workforce Workshop which was held in March 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Michele Rumsey has been working closely with Acting Registrar Dr Nina Joseph, to work towards all qualified nurses and midwives in Papua New Guinea (PNG) becoming registered.

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