Because the enormous interest and the number of applications received for the course "Nursing Leadership: Empowering Nurse Leaders in Latin America (2015)" the coordination of the course decide to increase the number of seats. Candidates selected for this edition will be informed soon. The new date for the beginning of the course will be on May 18 and will run until August 10, 2015. Candidates not selected at this time will have a chance to take the course in future editions that are already...
In the framework of the VII Summit of the Americas in Panama, the Departments of Health Systems and Services and Communications prepared the exhibition of photographs Towards universal access to health and universal health coverage in the Americas. The photographs underscore the importance of health in the lives of people and highlights key steps for countries to move. We invite you to view a sample of this online exhibition:
Panama, March 31, 2015 (PAHO / WHO) - Officials from several institutions in the Panamanian health sector participated in the workshop skills training tutorials and design of virtual environments, with the aim of strengthening the implementation process Node Panama in the Virtual Campus of Public Health, PAHO / WHO.
Located in the historical city of Coimbra, the Nursing School of Coimbra – ESEnfC will organize several international congresses in 2015. Between May and September, the ESEnfC will promote these events to bring together practices and deepen knowledge in the nursing area, and as an opportunity for meetings between experts and those interested in these topics.
On 4 and 5 March the annual meeting of the decentralized nodes of the Virtual Campus for Public Health was held in Bogota, Colombia.
We are pleased to launch of the Virtual Course on Properly Completing Death Certificates for medical doctors on the PAHO Virtual Campus (March 20th, 2015), developed by experts in the Family of International Classifications (FIC-WHO). This course aims to contribute to the improvement of the quality of the mortality data.
We announce that the deadline to submit application forms to participate in the Virtual Course "How to effectively address Non Communicable Diseases in 21st Century (2015 version)" has been extended to March 2, 2015 (previously the deadline was February 26).