A world without a nurse   an inspirational short video that will give a new light on  a wonderful profession of nurse produced by Ausmed Education. Today nurses are undervalue for hard work and never get recognition, when a nurse disappears so us patient safety. This video gives value for nurses and to those who are considering becoming one of why the world needs nurses.

A World Without nurses complete script

A world without nurses
What would it mean?
There are 7 Billion ++ people in the world,
but only 17 million nurses.
Why should you care?
Fewer nurses means
your life could be shorter,
you have a higher chance of getting a serious infection,
you may experience more complications from surgery or hospitalization.
Less nurses could mean life or death for acute care patients.
Nurses can help you live longer, healthier and even happier lives.

What’s their secret?
Nurses care for people, not conditions,
evaluate the whole person,
educate people,
and make prevention a priority.
While technology and research advances,
so does the knowledge/ intelligence of our nurses
from tertiary study
and clinical placement
to continued professional development.
Why? because education improves care.
(seminars, study days, textbooks, online learning, conferences)

Nurses are also getting older:
more than half of nurses are over 40,
20% of nurses will reach the age of retirement in the next 5 years.
Many nations share a common problem:
a critical shortage of nurses!
United States alone could need 1 million more nurses by 2020.
Australian officials estimate 90,000 will retire by 2020.
In the United Kingdom, around 180,000 are expected to retire within the next 10 years–
that’s nearly half of their nurses.

In a world without nurses,
Who will care for your loved ones?
who will manage people with chronic illness?
Who will look after you?
Why should you care?


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