CGFNS works closely with the World Health Organization on global health worker mobility and recognition as it ramps up efforts to achieve ‘health for all’ by 2030.
Working closely with the WHO to achieve “health for all,” CGFNS:
- Developed a researched discussion paper on accreditation and recognition of lifelong learning that was used to guide the development of the WHO Academy hybrid learning program
- Was asked to develop a policy brief in support of the WHO’s Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel
- Served as a model for WHO policy development. The Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practice’s Voluntary Code of Conduct for the Ethical Recruitment of Foreign-Educated Health Professionals to the U.S. was a model for the WHO’s Global Code
CGFNS International, Inc. attended the 72nd session of the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland from May 20-28, 2019 as part of the International…
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