The International Council of Nursers (ICN) has blazoned the new theme for International Nurses Day (IND) 2022 Nursers

fastening on the need to cover, support and invest in the nursing profession to strengthen health systems around the world.

Each time, ICN leads the fests on International Nurses Day, held on 12 May, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth.

ICN has also launched a compendium of case studies submitted by nursers across the world to showcase the inconceivable range

IND website throughout the time reflect the work of nursers to watch for those with COVID-19 throughout the epidemic,

in hospitals, communities and homes, nursers give accessible, affordable, person-centred, holistic care for all.

The COVID-19 has exposed sins caused by underinvestment in health systems around the world.

The theme for IND 2022 demonstrates the need to invest in nursing, to make a flexible, largely good nursing pool

“ Nursers have suffered extensively throughout the epidemic. They've been unnecessarily exposed to the contagion

‘The International Nursers Day case studies that we've been collecting portray the inconceivable work of nursers,

fight for nursers’ rights to a safe working terrain, decent stipend and full participation in decision- timber.”