EMS is proud to join the International Council of Nurses (ICN) in commemorating International Nurses Day, May 12.

Operated by nurses and leading nursing internationally, the International Council of Nurses ICN works to ensure quality nursing care for all and sound health policies globally. From the International Nurses Day press release: “Providing essential health care services to vulnerable populations is the foundation of the nursing profession, which is underpinned by a code of ethics ensuring the provision of health care to all, regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnicity or wealth. Nursing care puts people at the centre of care to improve patient experiences, promote public health and reduce health inequalities. More than any other profession, nurses are the closest to those they treat and are best placed to assess the determinants of health and lead health systems towards more responsive frameworks.”

EMS supports nurse educators in training the next generation of nurses. Our suite of SIMULATIONiQ simulation management solutions help nursing school overcome a variety of challenges, from diminishing resources to greater demands for improved patient outcomes, and maximize the learning potential of their simulation-based training initiatives.

Join the EMS and the ICN by using the hashtags #IND2018 and #VoiceToLead on Twitter, and follow them at @ICNurses for more information.

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