Retrospective International Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020 by The International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth and International SOS

Just ahead of International Nurses’ Day on May 12th, The International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH) and International SOS have published their retrospective report on a year during which nurses demonstrated their skills and engagement for better health and care for people worldwide.
The ISfTeH Telenursing Working Group envisions nurses extending their reach through technology and improving the quality of healthcare delivery worldwide. 
In parallel, the ISfTeH Working Group on Women develops actions to support and promote the role of women in the areas of telemedicine and eHealth in the world.
International SOS provides medical and travel risk insurance. Nurses make up a large part of their global workforce and use telehealth extensively.
In the report you will find:
-A view on what COVID-19 means for digital health among nurses & midwives
-Nursing and telehealth: the role of nurses
-Commentaries on behalf of the International Council of Nurses and Nursing Now
-Stories from the frontline (contributions from ISfTeH members and International SOS staff)
-References of papers published in the Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (JISfTeH) by nurses and midwives
-Women and nursing resources from the WeObservatory (The Women Observatory for eHealth)
-Papers from the JISfTeH Special Theme Issue on Telehealth in Nursing (2020).
You can access the retrospective here


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