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Table 2 Percent of interventions reported as “not started”, “in progress” and “completed” by thematic area

From: Correction to: Are the Global Strategic Directions for Strengthening Nursing and Midwifery 2016–2020 being implemented in countries? Findings from a cross-sectional analysis

Thematic Area No. of interventions No. of responders Not started
N (%)
In progress
N (%)
Completed
N (%)
In progress & completed N (%)
1. Ensuring an educated, competent and motivated nursing and midwifery workforce within effective and responsive health systems at all levels and settings 7 35 61 (25%) 123 (50%) 61 (25%) 184 (75%)
2. Optimizing policy development, effective leadership, management and governance 6 35 42 (20%) 122 (58%) 46 (22%) 168 (80%)
3. Working together to maximize the capacities and potentials of nurses and midwives through intra- and interprofessional collaborative partnerships, education and CPD 4 35 46 (33%) 77 (59%) 10 (8%) 87 (67%)
4. Mobilizing political will to invest in building effective evidence-based nursing and midwifery workforce development 5 35 53 (30%) 93 (53%) 30 (17%) 123 (70%)
Overall from four thematic areas 22 35 200(26%) 420(55%) 150(19%) 570(74%)