To feel empowered professionally, nurses need skills, agree Etta Addo and Martha Appiagyei. These master teachers make sure their students in Ghana know how to competently and confidently handle every imaginable scenario in terms of labor and delivery—notably birth asphyxia and postpartum hemorrhage, which remain leading causes of deaths of newborns and moms (respectively) worldwide.
When Rosemary Kamunya’s so-called holiday in Kenya coincided with a national doctor’s strike, she found herself practicing what she teaches.
Nurse Margie Junio helps a teen mother to regain control of her life and work toward a brighter future.
The waiting room of a Maputo health center is nurse Celeste Machava’s classroom. Her lesson: preventing cervical cancer.
A virtual platform focuses on developing effective teaching and leadership skills to ensure quality in nursing education.