WHO: Nurses are vital to addressing noncommunicable diseases

03/20/2013 | Nurse.com

A World Health Organization report highlights the role of nurses and midwives in preventing noncommunicable conditions including cardiovascular disease and diabetes. "Nurses and midwives have the expertise to help individuals and communities improve health outcomes," report co-author and UCLA nursing professor Linda Sarna said.

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