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Visit this page regularly to get the latest Health Training opportunities offered by international institutions.

Disclaimer: the training opportunities highlighted on this page are not provided or administered by the Ministry of Health.  Interested parties should conduct their own further research and liaise directly with the training institutions. 

For further information on accessing such programmes you can contact:

Training & Education Officer [or] Manager
Health Sector Human Resource and Planning Development Unit
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Corner Park and St. Vincent Streets,
Port-of-Spain

phone: (868) 627-7301
email: hshrpdu@health.gov.tt



 

 

 
 

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OPORTUNIDADES Y CONGRESOS                                

32nd ICM Triennial Congress “Midwives of the World: Delivering the Future!”

Bali-Indonesia, 21-25 June 2020

For any questions about abstract submission: abstracts@midwives2020.org

www.midwives2020.org

 

Public Health 2019 Program

30 April - 2 May, Shaw Centre, Ottawa, ON

https://www.cpha.ca/public-health-2019-program

 

Programme des futurs leaders dans les Amériques (PFLA)

Bourses d’échange (leadership) Canada-Chili

Programme de bourses (leadership) Canada-CARICOM

Programme de leadership pour le personnel enseignant CARICOM

Interested candidates should submit their application at the University of Québec at Trois-Rivières by the deadline date, March 11, 2019, via: www.uqtr.ca/bourses-pfla

For more information, do not hesitate to contact: Christine.Audet@uqtr.ca or Sylvain.Pinet@uqtr.ca

 

XV REUNIÓN ANUAL DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN ENFERMERÍA “Impacto de la investigación en la práctica avanzada de Enfermería”

5 y 6 de junio de 2019 - Centro Educativo del Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía Manuel Velasco Suárez, Ciudad de México, México

Los trabajos podrán enviarse al correo raienfinnn@gmail.com hasta el 31 de marzo de 2019.

 

NOTICIAS

Nursing Now: Gender Assessment of Nursing Leadership Global Survey

Nursing Now is conducting a survey of nurses worldwide to look at how gender is related to:

  • Perceptions of nurses, and of nurses in leadership positions
  • Nurses’ experience with discrimination and harassment
  • Challenges and barriers nurses face in moving into positions of leadership

We welcome and encourage all currently certified or formerly certified nurses, including nurse-midwives, to participate in this survey. 
Your answers will be confidential and your contribution will be incredibly valuable to our campaign to raise the status and profile of nursing and strengthen nursing leadership.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SHXSPZQ

PUBLICACIONES

 

Article: Association between nurses’ quality of life and work environment

Roselaine Raimundo dos SantosMiriam Cristina Marques da Silva de PaivaWilza Carla Spiri

Abstract

Objective: To verify the association between demographic and labor data, quality of life and work environment of nurses. Methods: Cross-sectional and correlational study conducted in a tertiary university hospital from January to June 2017 with 143 nurses through self-administered instruments. The relationship between scores of quality of life, work environment, and demographic and labor data was analyzed by adjusting multiple linear regression models with a normal response for each domain of the instrument. Relationships were statistically significant if p<0.05. Results: The work environment presented a mean value of 2.3 and the quality of life 14.1. The following associations showed negative statistical significance: work in special and closed units in the physical and psychological domains; promotion in the previous 12 months in the psychological domain; positively evaluated in the social domain; organizational support in the social domain; and working 36-40 hours per week in the environment domain. The positive associations were: satisfaction with the salary in the psychological and environment domains; control over the environment in the social domain; and working time of six to 15 years and >20 years in the environment domain. Conclusion: The scales presented favorable scores for quality of life and work environment. The associations showed statistical significance in better quality of life scores for those satisfied with the salary and with work time of over six years, and lower scores for those working in closed and special units, for 36-40 hours a week and who were promoted and evaluated positively in the previous 12 months.

http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-21002018000500472&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en

 

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Disclaimer: the training opportunities highlighted on this page are not provided or administered by the Ministry of Health. Interested parties should conduct their own further research and liaise directly with the training instititions.
 

 

 

 

 

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OPORTUNIDADES Y CONGRESOS                                

32nd ICM Triennial Congress “Midwives of the World: Delivering the Future!”

Bali-Indonesia, 21-25 June 2020

For any questions about abstract submission: abstracts@midwives2020.org

www.midwives2020.org

 

Public Health 2019 Program

30 April - 2 May, Shaw Centre, Ottawa, ON

https://www.cpha.ca/public-health-2019-program

 

Programme des futurs leaders dans les Amériques (PFLA)

Bourses d’échange (leadership) Canada-Chili

Programme de bourses (leadership) Canada-CARICOM

Programme de leadership pour le personnel enseignant CARICOM

Interested candidates should submit their application at the University of Québec at Trois-Rivières by the deadline date, March 11, 2019, via: www.uqtr.ca/bourses-pfla

For more information, do not hesitate to contact: Christine.Audet@uqtr.ca or Sylvain.Pinet@uqtr.ca

 

XV REUNIÓN ANUAL DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN ENFERMERÍA “Impacto de la investigación en la práctica avanzada de Enfermería”

5 y 6 de junio de 2019 - Centro Educativo del Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía Manuel Velasco Suárez, Ciudad de México, México

Los trabajos podrán enviarse al correo raienfinnn@gmail.com hasta el 31 de marzo de 2019.

 

NOTICIAS

Nursing Now: Gender Assessment of Nursing Leadership Global Survey

Nursing Now is conducting a survey of nurses worldwide to look at how gender is related to:

  • Perceptions of nurses, and of nurses in leadership positions
  • Nurses’ experience with discrimination and harassment
  • Challenges and barriers nurses face in moving into positions of leadership

We welcome and encourage all currently certified or formerly certified nurses, including nurse-midwives, to participate in this survey. 
Your answers will be confidential and your contribution will be incredibly valuable to our campaign to raise the status and profile of nursing and strengthen nursing leadership.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SHXSPZQ

PUBLICACIONES

 

Article: Association between nurses’ quality of life and work environment

Roselaine Raimundo dos SantosMiriam Cristina Marques da Silva de PaivaWilza Carla Spiri

Abstract

Objective: To verify the association between demographic and labor data, quality of life and work environment of nurses. Methods: Cross-sectional and correlational study conducted in a tertiary university hospital from January to June 2017 with 143 nurses through self-administered instruments. The relationship between scores of quality of life, work environment, and demographic and labor data was analyzed by adjusting multiple linear regression models with a normal response for each domain of the instrument. Relationships were statistically significant if p<0.05. Results: The work environment presented a mean value of 2.3 and the quality of life 14.1. The following associations showed negative statistical significance: work in special and closed units in the physical and psychological domains; promotion in the previous 12 months in the psychological domain; positively evaluated in the social domain; organizational support in the social domain; and working 36-40 hours per week in the environment domain. The positive associations were: satisfaction with the salary in the psychological and environment domains; control over the environment in the social domain; and working time of six to 15 years and >20 years in the environment domain. Conclusion: The scales presented favorable scores for quality of life and work environment. The associations showed statistical significance in better quality of life scores for those satisfied with the salary and with work time of over six years, and lower scores for those working in closed and special units, for 36-40 hours a week and who were promoted and evaluated positively in the previous 12 months.

http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-21002018000500472&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en

 

This message from the Pan American Health Organization, PAHO/WHO, is part of an effort to disseminate information related to: nursing care, nursing services, nursing human resources, health and development Materials in this electronic list are provided "as is". Unless expressly stated otherwise, the findings and interpretations included in the materials are those of the authors and not necessarily of The Pan American Health Organization PAHO/WHO or its country members”.

PAHO/WHO Website: http:www.paho.org 

For additional information of the Enfamericas or contributions, please contact enfamericas@paho.org

Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/enfamericas

Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enfamericas

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This Enfamericas Listserv is protected by the PAHO Privacy Policy.

 

 



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