Pan American Network of Nursing and Midwifery Collaborating Centers - PANMCC

Pan American Network of Nursing and Midwifery Collaborating Centers - PANMCC
Año de creación
2015
Países coordinadores México Rosa A. Zárate Grajales
Estados Unidos Nilda Peragallo Montano
Estados Unidos

Linda McCreary

Países miembros
 
País
Sigla
Año de creación
N° miembros
Coordinadores Nacionales
Brasil WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development
College of Nursing at Ribeirão Preto
University of São Paulo
1988
1

Isabel Amelia Costa Méndez

Brasil WHO Collaborating Centre for Education of Health Technicians
Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venancio (EPSJV)
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ)
2004 2 Paulo César de Castro Ribeiro
Geandro Pinheiro Pinheiro
Canadá WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Mental Health
Faculty of Nursing
University of Alberta
2002
2 Sylvia Barton
Anita Molzahn
Canadá WHO Collaborating Centre in Primary Care Nursing and Health Human Resources
 School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences
McMaster University
1992
2

Andrea Baumann
Ruta Valaitis

Chile
  WHO Collaborating Centre for Development of Midwifery School of Midwifery 
  University of Chile
2008
1
Lorena Binfa
Chile WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Services and Nursing Development for Noncommunicable Disease Care
Escuela de Enfermería Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
2008
2
Lilian Ferrer
Maria Isabel Catoni Salamanca
Colombia WHO Collaborating Centre for the Development of Innovative Methodologies in the Teaching-Learning in PHC
Asociacion Colombiana de Facultades y Escuelas de Enfermeria (ACOFAEN)
1991
2 Renata V. González Consuegra
Fabiola Castellanos Soriano
Jamaica
WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Development in the Caribbean University of the West Indies School of Nursing (UWISON)
2006
2

Steve Weaver
Eulalia Kahwa

México WHO Collaborating Centre for the Development of Professional Nursing
Escuela Nacional de Enfermería y Obstetricia
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
1997
2
Rosa A. Zárate Grajales
Maria Dolores Zarza Arizmendi
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Clinical Training in Health Promotion Nursing
School of Nursing, Office of International Affairs
University of Michigan
1997
2
Jody Lori
Kathleen Potempa
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Information, Knowledge Management and Sharing
Center for Global Nursing
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
2001
2
Patricia Davidson
Phyllis Sharps
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for International Nursing
School of Nursing
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
1993
2
Doreen C. Harper
Lynda Wilson
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for International Nursing Development in Primary Health Care
College of Nursing
University of Illinois at Chicago
1986
2
Linda L. McCreary
Terri E. Weaver
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Research & Clinical Training in Home Care Nursing
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University
1993
1
Elizabeth Madigan
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Human Resources Development and Patient Safety
School of Nursing and Health Studies
University of Miami
2008
2
Dean Nilda Peragallo
Johis Ortega
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Advanced Practice Nursing
School of Nursing
Columbia University
1996
2
Jennifer Dohrn
Bobbie Berkowitz
Estados Unidos

WHO Collaborating Centre in Gerontological Nursing Education
College of Nursing
New York University

2003
1
Madeline Naegle
Estados Unidos WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Leadership
School of Nursing 
University of Pennsylvania
1988
2
Dean Antonia M Villarruel
Nancy Biller Biller
 
 
 
Total: 32
 

 

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Misión A PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center is an institution designated by the Director General to form part of an international network that develops activities in support of the programs of the World Health Organization.
Visión “The PANMCC network will be recognized as a reflection of the diversity of nurses and midwives in the region to promote the contributions of nursing and midwifery.  PANMCC will serve as a resource for knowledge exchange, capacity building, and health systems development in order to further ‘Health for All’ through the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.”
Principios  
Objetivos
  • To increase visibility of the PAHO / WHO CCs’ contributions to the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization.
  • To document and disseminate the CCs’ global initiatives, with the aim of influencing policy and providing evidence of the practical value of PANMCC’s collaborative work. 
Estrategias para el desarrollo
  • Networking and collaborative
Resultados de las actividades y proyectos desarrollados
Año 2012
  • The University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre, in partnership with the PANMCC member institutions, led planning and execution of the XIII Pan American Nursing Research Colloquium’s inaugural U.S. appearance from September 5-7, 2012 in Miami Florida. PANMCC member institutions were represented on the Scientific Advisory Committee that planned the scientific program of this successful event, and PANMCC members also served as panelists and keynote speakers. The Colloquium hosted 1,000 registered participants from 50 countries and six continents, 493 poster presentations and 417 oral presentations.
Año 2013
  • The University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre led creation of the Nursing and Patient Safety open-access online course in English, Spanish (launched in September of 2013) and Portuguese (launched in March of 2013): http://patientsafetycourse.org/  The University of Miami PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre created this distance learning resource in partnership with PAHO in Washington, D.C. and with the International Network for Nursing and Patient Safety (RIENSEP). Presently, the University of Miami PAHO/WHO CC continues to host and manage the electronic learning software platform through which this course is freely available to the international nursing community, of which over 2,000 global participants have enrolled in the course. Data on course participant demographics and course usefulness and relevance to participants’ nursing practice is collected via a pre-course  demographic survey and a post-course evaluation module. These results are updated and disseminated annually at the yearly RIENSEP meeting and at the biennial ALADEFE Nursing Education and Pan American Nursing Research Colloquium conferences.  This distance learning tool is also available to the worldwide healthcare workforce through the GANM (Global Alliance for Nursing and Midwifery) virtual community of practice: https://knowledge-gateway.org/GANM

Año 2014
  • The Colombian Association of Schools and Faculties of Nursing (ACOFAEN) WHO Collaborating Centre for Development of Innovative Methodologies in the Teaching and Learning of Primary Health Care collaborated with other PANMCC institutions in the planning of the successful XIV Pan American Nursing Research Colloquium, which ACOFAEN successfully hosted and implemented in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia in September of 2014.
Año 2015
  • McMaster University School of Nursing Collaborating Centre and PAHO co-hosted the World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) Summit on “Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage: Advanced Practice Nursing” in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada from April 15-17, 2015. Thirty (30) nurses and health professionals from across Latin America and PAHO participated in the Summit, where they shared perspectives about the role of the advanced practice nurse (APN) in Canada and the United States, in the context of promoting primary health care (PHC) in the Americas to support universal access to health and health coverage.
  • In collaboration with PAHO, Collaborating Centers from Colombia, Mexico, and the U.S. worked to develop an instrument to assess the extent to which nursing schools prepare nursing graduates to contribute to universal health coverage. This instrument was developed based on an extensive literature review and assessed for content validity by over 60 experts in nursing education The instrument (available in English, Portuguese, and Spanish) was sent to all nursing schools in Latin America.  Results will be used to guide future development of programs to ensure that nursing schools are preparing students to contribute to Universal Health Coverage.
  • The University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies’ PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre, in partnership with the PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centres at the University of the West Indies and the Colombian Association of Faculties of Nursing (ACOFAEN), created an 8-module, 12-week online nursing leadership course. This distance learning resource, available in both English and Spanish, presents a synthesis of the most recent nursing leadership knowledge, drawn from the best and most up-to-date sources available. The course is designed to empower nurses in Latin American (Spanish version) and Caribbean (English version) nations by enhancing their understanding of nursing leadership and management principles that can be utilized in the practice of nursing, thus helping to achieve Universal Health Care in the Americas.
  • The University of Miami PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre collaborated with the PAHO/WHO Virtual Campus of Public Health (VCPH) personnel in Panama to install   this Nursing Leadership course on the PAHO /WHO Virtual Campus of Public Health.
Año 2016
  • McMaster University PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre built on the success of their 2015 “Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage: Advanced Practice Nursing” Summit (co-hosted with PAHO in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) by designing and executing a webinar series on the topic of developing Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) roles in Latin American countries to strengthen primary health care and support universal access to health care. The highly successful series consisted of six webinars offered between March and July of 2016. McMaster University’s PAHO/WHO CC collaborated with Spanish-speaking PANMCC member Centres to offer live, real-time Spanish translation of the webinar content to its participants.
  • University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre developed a video titled “Power of Nursing” featuring   interview with Afaf Meleis . This was achieved with the special help of Isabel Mendes (in Portuguese ), Carmen Alvarez and Fernando Mena -Carrasco ( Spanish translation ) . The three versions are available for broadcast throughout PANMCC network, and accessible for livestreaming and / or downloading ) through the following link: URL  http://videos.nursing.upenn.edu/index.php/videos/whocc/
  • The University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre, through a partnership between the Miami PAHO/WHO CC, PAHO/WHO in Washington, D.C, the PAHO/WHO Subregional Office in Guyana, and the Guyana Ministry of Health, facilitated the Nursing Education Certificate Program1 for 26 selected nurse tutors and clinical instructors in Guyana. The Nursing Education Certificate Program is hybrid (i.e. combination online and face-to-face onsite) 24-week program designed by University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies faculty that improves participants’ teaching skills through delivery of the following 4 courses: 1) teaching and learning theory and principles of nursing education, 2) teaching methods and tools for customizing nursing curricula, 3) developing evaluation measures, and 4) designing & conducting simulation education scenarios. Preliminary results indicate a high degree of positive overall satisfaction with the course and attainment of program goals, including equipping Guyana nurse tutors with knowledge on best practices in didactic and clinical nursing instruction, and capacitating them to train other faculty members in these practices.
  • The Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre organized and implemented XV Pan American Nursing Research Colloquium which convened healthcare researcher, educators and other professionals from over 25 countries in Mexico City from October 3-7, 2016. The UNAM PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centre also hosted and provided the infrastructure for the two -day meeting of PAHO’s 23 International Nursing Networks, with members from throughout the Americas meeting to further advance the significant progress these networks have made over the last 10 years in coordinating and supporting the exchange of knowledge and dissemination of healthcare information through both live and virtual collaboration.
Principales dificultades confrontadas
  • The major challenge presented in the disseminating distance learning resources is that regions where efforts are most needed have unreliable internet access, and course participants lack individual computers. One proposed solution is for in-country PAHO/WHO Offices to arrange for course participants to gather in groups at university and government facilities to access these online courses. One benefit to this solution is that it has potential to create strong bonds among the participants and helped them support each other through the courses.
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