Three entity-level working groups devoted to the improvement of formal nursing education have been formed in the first year of project Phase 1.
During the first year of project Phase 2, entity-level working groups are given the task to develop an action plan for the implementation of the recommendations.
During summer 2018, the first meetings of the
three working groups of the project component related to improvement of the professional nurses’ environment were held in both entities.
Professional assistance at work, such as clinical
supervision and mentorship, has invaluable significance in education and practice of community nurses.
Strengthening Nursing in Bosnia and Herzegovina Project (ProSes) has shared its experience of establishing / strengthening community nursing in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Republic of Moldova.
The ProSes representatives participated at the 11th International Scientific Conference
“Inter-Professional Integration at Different Levels of Healthcare: Trends, Needs and Challenges” held on 7 June 2018 in Bled, Slovenia.
The “Medical Education Reforms-MER” project delegation from Kyrgyzstan visited Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) from 27 May to 1 June 2018.
“Health for All - HAP“ project delegation from Albania was in a study visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Fami Foundation from 14 -17 May 2018.
Within the celebration of the International Nurses Day themed as “Nurses a Voice to Lead – Health is
a Human Right”, a regional conference was held in Hotel Park Doboj on 11 May 2018.
As part of the celebration of this year’s International Nurses Day (12th May 2018), with the theme “Nurses A Voice to Lead – Health is a Human right”, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) is inviting nurses from around the world to share their stories.
Information on all projects supported by the Government of Switzerland in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be found on the website of the Swiss Embassy in BiH.
Following the official approval of the second, four-year project phase in December 2017, the proposal of activity plan for 2018 was
Twenty nurses from the Healthcare Centre Brcko were presented certificates for successfully completed training in community nursing during a ceremony organized on 6 November 2017.
The results of the Phase 1 of the Strengthening of Nursing in Bosnia and Herzegovina Project were presented at a conference that was held
in Banjaluka from 22 - 23 November 2017.
During the ceremony organized on 23 November 2017, equipment worth 74’271 BAM was handed over to the Primary Health Care Centre
Banjaluka. It will serve for provision of improved community nursing services.