The International Nurses Day is celebrated every on May 12 in the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) commemorates this important day each year by choosing a theme and producing IND resources and evidence.
Theme for IND2021 is Nurses: A Voice to Lead. The sub-theme for 2021 is A Vision for Future Healthcare.
The IND2021 theme reflects on the impact of COVID-19 on the health system and the nursing profession and how these might be affected into the future. Nurses, as the largest healthcare profession, must play an integral part in planning the future of healthcare.
“This global COVID-19 pandemic has shown the world the important role that nurses play in keeping people healthy across the lifespan,” said Annette Kennedy, ICN President. “While there has been significant disruption to healthcare, there has also been significant innovation that has improved access to care. In 2021, we will focus on the changes to and innovations in nursing and how this will ultimately shape the future of healthcare.”
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