Dear Miriam Chickering,
Welcome to HIFA and glad to see great job in nursing education and nurse community leaders development.
I see lots of opportunities for supporting developing countries with online and distance learning courses as well as utilising the virtual skills available on the platform to remotely support nurses in developing countries.
I am an MSc Public Health student at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and I am from Zimbabwe.
I see an opportunity for collaborating and have plans to introduce capacity building programmes in community, public health, leadership and other soft skills for nurses to compliment the clinical skills. I also volunteer with African Diaspora - Global Health Cafe a community of Africans in the UK working on supporting and strengthening health systems in Africa. This is another platform where we can collaborate as well to get the best for developing countries particularly Africa.
I will be following this conversation to the next level.
Enock Musungwini (MBA; BSc; Dip in Nursing)
MSc Public Health student
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
HIFA Profile: Enock Musungwini is an MSc Public Health at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK and a Chevening Scholar. He is a Student Ambassador for Royal Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Volunteer with Global Health Cafe and Evidence Aid. Professional interests: Public health, Health insurance, Adolescence and Reproductive health, Capacity building. Email address: email@example.com