International lecture_

Pursuing the achievement of a better and more sustainable future might seem a hard nut to crack. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)are created as a blueprint to move forward to that better and sustainable future. SDG’s address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. Nurses and other healthcare workers respond to the health needs of people in all settings and throughout the lifespan. Their roles are critical in achieving global mandates such as universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals! Harmen Hummel, has been working as a registered nurse since 2007. Currently he holds a teaching position at HAN University of Applied Sciences. Harmen has always had an interest in nursing in the international context, which resulted in following the Dutch Tropical Course in Amsterdam and an ongoing collaboration with Niagara University in Canada. As part of his efforts to emancipate the nursing profession, globally, he joined Sigma Theta Tau International honor society in nursing. Uitnodiging voor MS Teams ontvang je 20 september.

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