Botswana Hosts International Nurses Conference

Botswana Nurses Union (BONU), Government of Botswana through Ministry of Health (MoH) and AVIWE Healthcare Resource and Training Institute presents the first ever Botswana International Nursing Conference (BINC) 2015, which will be held from November 4-6 in Gaborone at Fairground Holdings under the theme, ‘Efficient and Effective Nursing Through Evidenced-informed Practice: A Key to Improved Customer Care’.

The Botswana International Nursing Conference (BINC) is a collaboration between BONU, AVIWE and the MoH as the custodian of the health sector in Botswana. BONU, AVIWE and the Ministry share the same objectives of harnessing professional development in the health sector, and they have joined forces to deliver a state of the art conference that will attract over 1,000 nursing professionals, stakeholders and industry captains from all over Africa.

Delegates will engage through an energising and informative programme of speakers and presenters with the aim of advancing and improving coverage and quality of nursing services. BINC 2015 will provide a once in a lifetime opportunity for in-depth exchange of experiences and expertise within and beyond the international nursing community. This dynamic gathering offers a unique opportunity to communicate, align and interact with clinicians, leaders and decision-makers in nursing and health care internationally.

The international conference aims to  demonstrate the  role and impact  of evidence-informed practice in improving the hearth of individuals, families  and communities.

It also aims to provide an opportunity for networking and sharing of knowledge, experiences and best practices of projects with national, regional and international colleagues, as well as to provide opportunities for continuing professional education for nurses and midwives that respond to changing health needs.

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