International column: Effects of humanitarian emergencies on newborn and Infants' health in Pakistan
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
Our world is shrinking because of computerized linkages and the mobility of society. Information is shared rapidly around the world. Issues surrounding newborn and infant nursing are global. In efforts to acknowledge the international community, each Newborn and Infant Nursing Review issue will feature a column that highlights care-related issues from a featured country or region of the world. This article focuses on Pakistan. Newborn and infant health issues are global ones. To review issues occurring in different areas of the world, a different area of the globe will be featured that addresses Newborn and Infant Nursing Review's theme-oriented topic. This month, Pakistan will be featured. Our guest author is Ms Shela Akbar Ali Hirani, MScN, BScN, and Regional Network Contact for the Council of International Neonatal Nurses for Pakistan. This month's article focuses on the effects of humanitarian emergencies on infants' health.
Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews
Hirani, S. A.,
(2011). International column: Effects of humanitarian emergencies on newborn and Infants' health in Pakistan. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 11(2), 58-60.
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