'Global health' and 'global nursing': proposed definitions from The Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing
Mendes, Isabel Amelia Costa
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Aims To propose definitions of global health and global nursing that reflect the new paradigm that integrates domestic and international health. Background Increased globalization has led to expanded awareness of the importance of global health and global nursing among students and faculty in the health professions and among policymakers and practitioners. Design Discussion paper that includes a discussion and review of the literature related to global health and global nursing. Data sources A task force searched for and reviewed articles published in English, Spanish or Portuguese between 2005-2015, developed summaries, listed key elements, identified prevalent themes and developed consensus definitions. Implications for nursing The definitions will be used by the Global Advisory Panel on the Future of Nursing to guide promoting a voice and vision for nursing that will contribute to the advancement of the profession's contribution to global health. Conclusions Definitions of global health and global nursing were developed based on main themes and concepts identified in the literature review to guide contributions of nursing to global health
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