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About

Connecting Nurses

Connecting Nurses is an international project that was created for the nursing community to provide professional resources for its members around the world. Nursing organizations with support from Sanofi have created Connecting Nurses. The following organizations are working together on the project:

• International Council of Nurses (ICN)

• The Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF)

• Secrétariat International des Infirmières de l’Espace Francophone (SIDIIEF)

• Association Française pour le Développement de l’Education Thérapeutique (AFDET)

• Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes (FEND)

• Millennia2025 Foundation WeObservatory

• Sanofi Pasteur

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Anne Beal (Chief Patient Officer at Sanofi) tells you about Connecting Nurses


Watch Anne Beal, Chief Patient Officer at Sanofi, talk about Connecting Nurses and the key role nurses play in a patient-centered approach.

Stay up to date with the Connecting Nurses community:



 
The main goal of Connecting Nurses is to make valuable content chosen by nurses themselves available to members of the nursing community worldwide. The present umbrella website regroups all the Connecting Nurses projects as well as nursing community news and events. Currently there are two important Connecting Nurses projects:
 

Care Challenge

The Care Challenge website is designed to give visibility to innovative ideas and caring solutions: nurses can post their projects directly on the website and share it with healthcare professionals around the world. Moreover Care Challenge provides an opportunity to gain recognition and support for nurses to further develop their projects.

View the latest Care Challenge projects



Information Shareapy

Information Shareapy is digital library of links designed for nurses to facilitate the search for relevant information, organise and share it with other healthcare professionals and patients. Feedback we have received from nurses is that it is especially important when it comes to patient education: it is extremely helpful to have other nurses evaluate resources, rather than having to search and evaluate the information themselves.

Discover and share web’s best health content


Projects

  • Project: Care Challenge
  • Project: Weobservatory
  • Project: Connecting Midwives
 

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