International Nurses Day 2017
Every year on May 12, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth, International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world to acknowledge the contributions that nurses make to society. Springer is pleased to announce our first year supporting this significant day by providing you with essential research from our portfolio.
Featured Books Series
Under the auspices of the International Council of Nurses (ICN)
Series Ed.: Debout, Christophe
This series of concise monographs, endorsed by the International Council of Nurses, explores various aspects of advanced nursing practice at the international level.
Under the auspices of the European Specialist Nurses Organisations (ESNO)
Series Ed.: Charnay-Sonnek, Françoise
Highlight articles from BioMed Central
Read highlight content from featured open access journals.
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- Experiences of reduced work hours for nurses and assistant nurses at a surgical department: a qualitative study
- A final-year nursing student survey: rural attitudes, perceived competencies and intention to work across five Asian countries
- Nursing home nurses’ and community-dwelling older adults’ reported knowledge, attitudes, and behavior toward antibiotic use
BMC Health Services Research
- Perspectives of policy-makers and stakeholders about health care waste management in community-based care in South Africa: a qualitative study
- A systematic review of strategies to increase access to health services among children in low and middle income countries
Human Resources for Health
- eSIP-Saúde: Mozambique’s novel approach for a sustainable human resources for health information system
- Examining the influence of country-level and health system factors on nursing and physician personnel production
- The influence of training programs on career aspirations: evidence from a cross-sectional study of nursing students in India
- Systematic review on human resources for health interventions to improve maternal health outcomes: evidence from low- and middle-income countries