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Médaille Florence Nightingale : des infirmières, infirmiers et auxiliaires de santé exceptionnels – les lauréats 2011

13-05-2011 Éclairage

Cette année, la Médaille Florence Nightingale a été décernée à 39 infirmières, infirmiers et auxiliaires de santé originaires de 19 pays en reconnaissance de leur travail remarquable. Cette distinction récompense le courage et le dévouement exceptionnels de ceux qui portent secours aux victimes d'un conflit armé ou d'une catastrophe naturelle. Elle peut aussi être décernée en reconnaissance de services exemplaires ou d'un esprit pionnier dans les domaines de la santé publique ou de la formation aux soins infirmiers.

Les lauréats 2011 viennent de l'Afrique, de l'Asie, du Moyen-Orient, de l'Europe, de l'Océanie et des Amériques. Leur candidature a été présentée par leurs Sociétés nationales respectives et le choix des lauréats a été fait par une commission composée du Comité international de la Croix-Rouge, de la Fédération internationale des Sociétés de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge et du Conseil international des infirmières.

AUSTRALIE

  1. Ms Noela Davies . Registered nurse and midwife. Active in the area of public health and in conflict situations.

AZERBAÏDJAN

  2. Mrs Vafa Amirova. Volunteer nurse of Nizami district Committee of the Azerbaijan Red Crescent Society. Active in disaster situations and in the area of public health.

BÉLARUS
 

  3. Mrs   Ludmila Lelikova . Visiting nurse for home care in Lenin district organization of Mogilev city organization of the Belarus Red Cross. Active in the area of public health and nursing education.

RÉPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE 

  4. Mme Sylvie Joséphine Ngouadakpa . Infirmière diplômée. Directrice de l'Institut Universitaire de formation paramédicale, Croix-Rouge centrafricaine. Active dans le domaine de la formation aux soins infirmiers. 

CHINE

  5.Mrs Yufeng Sun   .     Registered nurse. Deputy Director of Nursing Department, Shanghai Skin Disease Hospital. Active in the areas of public health and nursing education.

     

  6. Ms Zhang Liyan   . Registered nurse. Director of Nursing Department of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces. Executive Director of Chinese Nursing Association. Active in disaster and conflict situations and in the area of nursing education. .

     

  7. Ms Shengrong Chen   .     Registered nurse and midwife. Head nurse, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health. 

  8. Ms Rongxiu Chen   .     Registered   nurse. Director of Tianjin Nursing Quality Control Center. Director in Voluntary Service Center of Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital. Active in disaster situations and in the areas of public health.

  9. Ms Xinjuan Wu   . Registered nurse. Director, Department of Nursing, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Vice-President, Chinese Nursing Association. Active in disaster situations and in the area of public health.

  10. Ms Xiaoying Jiang   .     Registered nurse. Dean of the Nursing School of Fujian Medical University -President of the Chinese Nursing Association. Active in the areas of nursing education and public health.

     

  11. Ms Sheng Xiu Zhao   . Registered nurse. Deputy Director-General of Qinghai Provincial People's Hospital. Active in disaster situations and in the area of public health.

  12. Mrs Yumei Suo   .     Registered nurse. Chief nurse (associate professor), Medical Affairs Division, No 4 Hospital , People's Liberation Army of China. Active in disaster situations and in the area of public health.

COMORES

     

  13. M. Ali Soumaili Daniel   .     Infirmier diplômé. Coordinateur national des Programmes de santé du Croissant-Rouge comorien. Enseignant de soins infirmiers à l'Ecole de médecine et de santé publique à l'Université des Comores. Actif dans les domaines de la santé publique et de la formation aux soins infirmiers.

     

  14. M. Mohamed Soilihi Ahmed . Infirmier diplômé. Formateur en santé au Comité régional de Ngazidja du Croissant-Rouge comorien. Actif dans le domaine de la formation aux soins infirmiers.

CORÉE (République de)

     

  15. Ms Mi-Ja Choi   .     Registered   nurse. Director of Nursing Department of Sorokdo National Hospital. Active in the areas of public health and nursing education.

     

  16. Dr Myoung-Hee Lee   . Registered nurse. Director of Nursing Department, Masan National Hospital. Ac tive in the area of public health and nursing education.

COSTA RICA

     

  17. Dra Eraida González Castro . Enfermera obstetra. Sub-Secretaria General de la Cruz Roja Costarricense. Activa en situaciones de conflicto y catástrofe y en el ámbito de la salud pública.

DANEMARK

     

  18. Mrs Inger Hee . Registered nurse. Consultant at Gentofte Municipality, Denmark. Active in disaster and conflict situations and in the areas of public health and nursing education.

     

  19. Mr Claus Bekke   . Registered   nurse. Head nurse, The Field Hospital, Vordingborg Kassedrne, Denmark. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health.

     

  20. Mrs Charlotte Dong McIntyre . Registered nurse. Head nurse, AEro Hospital, Odense University Hospital, Denmark. Active in conflict situations.

ETATS-UNIS D'AMÉRIQUE

     

  21. Mr John Mark Burton .   Registered nurse. Active in disaster situations.

       

  22. Ms Janice Lufkin . Registered nurse. Captain & Lead Responder, Eastern Montgomery County Disaster Action Team, American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter. Active in conflict and disaster situations and in the area of nursing education.

     

  23. Dr Cheryl Klouzal Schmidt . Registered nurse. Associate Dean for Service, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing. Volunteer Instructor, American Red Cross, Health & Safety and Disaster Health Services. Active in disaster situations and in the area of nursing education.

     

  24. Ms Debra Williams . Registered nurse. State Nurse Liaison National Advisor Lead (volunteer), American Red Cross. Active in disaster situations and in the area of nursing education.

FINLANDE

     

  25. Ms Päivi Irmeli Muma . Registered nurse. Regional Representative in Finn Church Aid's West Africa Regional Office in Monrovia. Active in disaster and conflict situations and in the area of nursing education.

HAÏTI

     

  26. Mme Anne Marie Ferna Victor . Infirmière diplômée. Directrice de l'Organisation et du Développement des Sections de la Croix-Rouge haï tienne. Active dans les situations de catastrophe et dans le domaine de la santé publique.

IRAN (République.islamique d')

     

  27. Mr Irandokht Rezaii . Registered nurse. Head of Women Commission in governorship. Active in disaster situations and in the area of nursing education.

JAPON

     

  28. Ms Seiko Muramatsu . Registered nurse. President. Limited Liability Partnership, Research Center for Home Nursing Care. Active in the area of public heath.

     

  29. Ms Hiroko Minami . Registered nurse. President, University of KinDAI Himeji. Active in disaster situations and in the area of nursing education.

KENYA (République de)

     

  30. Mr Apollo Kinyoike Barasa . Teaching nurse at ICRC Hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. Active in conflict situations.

     

  31. Ms Hellen Cheruto . Registered nurse. Regional Health Officer with Kenya Red Cross Society, South Rift Region. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health.

NOUVELLE-ZÉLANDE

     

  32. Mr Andrew Roy Cameron. Registered nurse. Hospital Project Manager, Al Sadr Teaching Hospital, Najaf, Iraq. Active in the area of public health and in conflict situations. 

RUSSIE (Fédération de)

     

  33. Mrs Lyubov Klokova . Registered nurse. Matron of Saint Petersburg Narcological Clinic and member of Presidium of Saint Petersburg regional branch of the Russian Red Cross. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health.

THAÏLANDE (Royaume de)

     

  34. Mrs Usa Rachpreecha   .     Registered nurse and   midwife. Director of Nursing Service, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, The Thai Red Cross Society. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health and nursing education.

     

  35. Miss Somsiri Anongkanatrakoo   l   .  Registered nurse and midwife. Relief Division, Relief and Community Health Bureau, The Thai Red Cross Society. Active in conflict situations and in the area of public health.

  36. Miss Pavinee Yuprasert . Registered nurse and midwife. Relief Division, Relief and Community Health Bureau, The Thai Red Cross Society. Active in conflict and disaster situations and in the area of public health.

     

  37. Miss Pensiri Mekhora   . Registered nurse. Head of First Aid Training Section, First Aid and Health Care Training Center, The Thai Red Cross Society. Active in conflict situations and in the area of nursing education.

     

  38. Miss Kamlairat Yensuchit. Registered nurse. Nursing Instructor of Community Health and Psychiatric Nursing Department, The Thai Red Cross Society. Active in disaster situations and in the areas of public health and nursing education.

UKRAINE

  39. Mrs Liudmila Olexandrivna Vlasova. Registered midwife . Retired volunteer. Active in disaster situations and in the area of public health