A World Without Nurses - International Nurses' Day

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There are over 7.5 billion people in the world but only 19.3 million nurses. Fewer nurses means: lower life expectancy, higher chance of getting a serious infection, more complications from surgery or hospitalisation, fewer nurses could mean life or death for acute care patients.

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In a world without nurses, who will care for your loved ones? Who will manage people with chronic illness? Who will look after you? Why should you care? You should care.


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