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Monday, October 17, 2016

Global Health report “Triple Impact- how developing nursing will improve health, promote gender equality and support economic growth"

Dear Colleagues

Many thanks to all of you who contributed to the compilation of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Global Health report “ Triple Impact- how developing nursing will improve health, promote gender equality and support economic growth.’

A review group of APPG members has undertaken a major review of the development of nursing globally over the last few months, holding a number of witness sessions, collecting evidence and debating our findings with the RCN, ICN and others. The report “Triple Impact – how developing nursing will improve health, promote gender equality and support economic growth” launched on the 17th October 2016 sets out a radical agenda and argues that the UK should play a major role in developing nursing globally.
Many thanks again for your time and support.

Best Wishes

Emily
Emily McMullen
Coordinator & Researcher to Lord Crisp | All Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health
Office of Lord Crisp | Fielden House | 13 Little College St | London, SW1P 3SH
Email: info AT appg-globalhealth.org.uk
Website: http://www.appg-globalhealth.org.uk


[Ms McMullen's original email edited adding text from report source]

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