critical role of nursing leadership
Exploring The Critical Role Of Nursing Leadership In Closing The Care Gap
The objectives of the videos below are to explore the role of nurse leaders in closing the cancer care gap across the world, and examine strategies to accelerate nursing leadership development to achieve this ambition. Presentations are delivered by outstanding nursing leaders in cancer control who will share examples of how nursing leadership is applied at the system and organizational levels to close the cancer care gap. Also included is an interview with Julia Downing, Chair of the Policy and Advocacy Committee of ISNCC, regarding ISNCC’s role in advocating to advance nursing leadership across the world.
This series of videos is moderated by Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates, Executive Dean, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology, Past President, International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care.
Leadership capabilities of cancer nurses: How do we realize the opportunities to achieve the World Cancer Declaration Targets?
This session will present evidence about the leadership potential of oncology nurses and the impact that oncology nurse leaders have in reducing the burden of cancer worldwide.
Speaker, Stella Bialous, University of California, San Francisco, USA. Dr Bialous has been instrumental in developing ISNCC’s leadership development program. She is a Past President of the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care and has extensive experience as an international nursing leader in cancer control.
Strategies To Engage Nurse Leaders In Programs That Build Health System Capacity In Cancer Control
This session will provide important perspectives of a nurse leader about the strategies that are required to build the nursing workforce in cancer control.
Speaker Mavis Bobbie Ansah Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ghana. As an oncology nurse specialist, she is well placed to present practical examples of capacity building activities and their impact in low and middle income countries.
ISNCC Position on Nursing Leadership in Cancer Care Interview
This session includes an interview with Dr Julia Downing, Chair of ISNCC’s Policy and Advocacy Committee regarding ISNCC’s position and advocacy to advance nursing leadership in cancer control.
Speaker, Julia Downing, Board Member, ISNCC, Chair of Policy and Advocacy Committee. Julia is the Chief Executive of the International Children's Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) and an Honorary Professor at Makerere University, Kampala. She serves on the Boards of several NGOs and has a strong track record in building nursing leadership capacity, including leading the development of ISNCC’s position statement on cancer nursing leadership.