NURSES IMPORTANT IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE
2021-09-16 | Every year, 200.000 children die from sepsis caused by resistant bacteria. It is a serious threat to global public health. Nurses are often the first to identify signs of Sepsis and potential outbreaks, writes paediatric nurse Lindsay Bryson.
CHILDREN ARE NOT THE FACE OF COVID-19 BUT WILL CERTAINLY NOT BE SPARED
2021-06-08 | The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted child health through increases in poverty, loss of education, food insecurity, violence as well as increased strain on health systems and reduction in access to health services. These collateral effects of the pandemic have stricken most in resources limited settings where increase in child mortality is a major concern.
THE COMMUNITY AS A PILLAR: PROVIDING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE IN ISOLATED OR INSECURE CONTEXTS
2021-04-03 | Access to health care is of prime importance, especially for the most vulnerable populations, who are isolated geographically or living in insecure contexts. Therefore, decentralizing health care and focusing on access in the community is a simple, adaptable and efficient strategy.