Disaster Nursing Supercourse
We are building a Nursing Supercourse, and
we would like you to join. Our goal is to join nurses world wide for
global health and prevention. Nurses form the backbone of any health
care system. It is time to act globally and unite in promoting global
health and prevention. This is going to be established by building the
Nursing Supercourse. The Supercourse represents a network of over 65,000
academic faculty interested in global health and prevention. We collect
the best PowerPoint lectures on prevention from the network and share
these will millions world
We started with disaster because Nursing schools offer little training in disasters, and we aim to change this. We the nurses are the largest group of health professionally. It is time for us to work together to improve training about disasters and global health. We would like all nursing students to be taught by you and your friends about disasters, using the Nursing Supercourse Slides and Lectures. We are building with you a Global Nursing Network and Supercourse. Within 5 years we hope to at least double the training that nursing students in areas such as but not limited to disasters. The world is a small village. Borders can never deter us from uniting for good whether we were in Middle East, Africa, America or in any part of the world. The World population is about 7.6 billion; a huge number but it starts with 1. We are very much interested in having you and your colleagues share with us your expertise and join our network.
Supercourse Disaster Preparedness lectures recommended by
Khlood F. Salman, BSN, MSN, Dr. PH, School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh
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We would like to send you a welcoming gift, a DVD from the Library of Alexandria. The DVD has 3611 lectures on global health and prevention by Nobel Prize winners, former Directors of the NIH and CDC, Ala Al’wan the Assistant director journal of the WHO and others. We want to have all nursing faculty to be aware of the Disaster Nursing Supercourse, and are looking for people who might be interested in telling and recruiting the nursing faculty in your country. We would very much appreciate your thoughts.
If you have any commentrs or questions, please contact Kawkab Shishani at Kawkab.email@example.com
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There are 28 million nurses in the world, but with little networking and connection to disaster relief organizations. We plan to change this. We have developed a golden lecture of Nursing which is designed to provide initial training about disasters to Nursing faculty and students. We also are developing a set of lectures that can be included in any nursing curricula about nursing. What is most important is that we have about 40 nurses world wide who are our “champions” who will work with us to spread the word about the Nursing Supercourse. Please tell your friends in nursing about this, as we want to build this program over the course of the next year. You can find out more about this from Kawkab.firstname.lastname@example.org. We have wonderful collaborators including Richard Garfield a WHO Collaborating center director and Najeeb Shorbaji from WHO Geneva. We will be contacting those in the Supercourse separately who are identified from Nursing Schools.