Ms. Mariam Nooh Al-Mutawa
Acting Chief Nursing Officer, Corporate Nursing & Midwifery Department, HMC
HMC Tactical Command Group (TCG) Nursing Lead for ongoing COVID-19 planning and FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 TCG Nursing lead
The essence of Arab Nurses and Midwives Day is that it represents an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the many skilled women and men who work in this noble profession. These individuals are committed to caring for their patients, and collectively they represent the healthcare sector that serves each respective population.
The establishment of this day’s celebration is planned after the declaration of the Arab Board of Ministers of Health. Indeed, Arab Nurses and Midwives Day complements the International Nurses Day (IND) (on 12 May) and International Day of the Midwife (on 5 May). The International Council of Nurses’ (ICN) over-arching theme, “Nurses: A Voice to Lead”, calls for nurses’ visibility in bringing positive change and deterring forces that threatens global health. As a leader, it is my responsibility to provide a platform so that these voices are heard and appreciated.
This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Activity
Category 1 as defined by the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Healthcare Professions- Accreditation Section and is approved for a maximum of
Activity Code: HGI-02-NUR-P647