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What Is a WHO Collaborating Center?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified a select number of organizations and institutions to provide technical expertise to the member countries and the WHO. The designation focuses on a specific topic area and WHO Collaborating Centers must apply for re-designation every four years. The WHO Collaborating Center at the FPB School of Nursing focuses primarily on home care nursing, with a secondary emphasis on evidence-based practice. These areas are consistent with our strengths in both home care and evidence-based practice.

There are currently ten WHO Collaborating Centers in Nursing in the United States and 38 in the world. Each has specific terms of reference or a focus area--examples include primary care, nursing education, health promotion, and nursing research.

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WHOCC Information

WHOCC Contacts

Administrative Head:

Elizabeth Madigan, PhD, RN, FAAN
216-368-8532
eam13@case.edu

Director:

Samira Hussney, MPH
216-368-5356
sxh70@case.edu


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