INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY 12 MAY 2021 THEME: “NURSES A VOICE TO LEAD –A VISION FOR FUTURE HEALTH CARE” - We Are Nurse Proud To Be Nurse

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY 12 MAY 2021 THEME: “NURSES A VOICE TO LEAD –A VISION FOR FUTURE HEALTH CARE”

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY 12 MAY 2021 THEME: “NURSES A VOICE TO LEAD –A VISION FOR FUTURE HEALTH CARE”

International Nurses Day: 12

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY Month: May

International Nurses day Year: 2021

Florence Nightingale (The Lady with The Lamp) (12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910) Florence Nightingale Birthday 12 May 1820. Florence nightingale is founder of our nursing profession. So we are Celebrating International Nurse’s Day For Every Year. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO                 RESPECTED FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE



World Health Organization (WHO) Made last Year 2020 as the year of the nurses and midwife in honour of the 200 birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale (Florence Nightingale birth date 12 may 1820- died  on 13 August 1910). Florence Nightingale 12 may is birthday. World Health Organization (WHO) Announced “Year of 2020 As the Year of the Nurses and Midwife” (#SupportNursesAndMidwives)  the Executive board on 30 January 2019 Geneva.It Is Proud To be a Nurses This World Understand  Need Of Nurses And Midwife And Healthcare Workers. But Nurses Also Faced So many issues/Problems Related Coronavirus-19 (Covid-19).but It Changed to affect Future Steps of Health Care and setting.

International Council of Nurses Every year Setting Theme of International Nurses Day. In This Year (2021) International Council of Nurses (ICN) Focused On

“NURSES A VOICE TO LEAD – A VISION FOR FUTURE HEALTH CARE

International Council of Nurses (ICN) reported some face sheet INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY (IND) 2021.

12th February 2021

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY (IND) 2021 FACT SHEET: 1

CORONAVIRUS-19 (COVID-19) INFECTIONS & DEATH AMONG NURSES AND OTHER HEALTHCARE WORKERS -UPDATED

v  31st January 2021 the number of reported Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) death nurses in 59 countries was 2710.

v  31st December 2020 more than 1.6 million health workers in 34 countries have been infected by Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19)

v  In many countries nurses having biggest health workers group in which Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19)  infection in instance in Mexico nurses respond 41 % of confirmed Health Care Workers (HCW) infections.

v  International Council of Nurses (ICN) identifies a wide range in Health Care Workers (HCW) infections rate across countries .at different point in the time average across International Council of Nurses (ICN) dataset has ranged 6 to 10% Health Care Workers (HCW) infection rate up to 30% of all infection has been reported to International Council of Nurses (ICN)

25th February 2021

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY (IND) 2021 FACT SHEET: 2

 STRESS AND BURNOUT IN THE NURSING PROFESSION

International Council of Nurses (ICN) called this phenomenon the “MASS TRAUMATISATIONS”

v  Close to 80% percentage of International Council of Nurses (ICN)  and National Nursing Association(NNAs) that responded have received report of mental health distress from nurses working in Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) response

v  National Nursing Association(NNAs) reports highlight that causes of mental health distress are complex and varied and include inadequate  Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) , the fear of spreading the virus high workload increased violence and discrimination against nurses, post traumatic stress symptoms etc

v  International Council of Nurses (ICN) estimated the coronavirus effect, added to current shortages and ageing of nurses the same work force would lead to potential short fail up to 13 million nurses by 2030.

v  The longer term impact of Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) include PostTraumatic Stress Disorder PTSD and long coronavirus are currently unknown but will but could extremely significant

v  About 20% percentage of nurses in Japan reported they had experience discrimination or prejudice amid the spread of virus.

v  In the US 64% percentage of nurses felt overwhelmed and 67 % reported difficult in sleeping.

15th March 2021

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY (IND) 2021 FACT SHEET: 3

NURSES SHORTAGES AND RETENTION

v  One out of 6 of world nurses are expected to retire in the next 10 year it means 4.7 million nurse new nurse will have to be educated

v  One year into Pandemic a recent survey by International Council of Nurses (ICN) found that 20% percentage of national nurses association reported and increased rate of nursing leaving the profession and in 2020 the studies reported from International Council of Nurses (ICN) members across regions suggest Pandemic that has significantly increased nurses reported rate intention to leave

v  Due to existing nursing shortage the ageing of the nursing workforce and the growing Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) effect International Council of Nurses (ICN) estimated up to 13 million nurses could be needed to fill the global shortage and replace the nurses who leave in the next few years.

v  90 % percentage of National Nursing Association(NNAs) are somewhat or extremely concerned that heavy workloads and insufficiency resourcing burnout and stress related to pandemic response are there drivers resulting in increased number of nurse who have left the profession and increase report rate of  intention to leave this here and when the payment is over

v  The global nursing workforce is estimated at 27.8 millions. the world was already facing 5.9 millions of nurses shortage before coronavirus 19 pandemic.

v  Close to 90% percentage of this shortage concentrated in low and lower middle-income countries.

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