New publications from the Pacific Community

The Pacific Community (SPC) publishes a diverse range of scientific, technical and cultural publications in English and French year-round

This flagship manual is a first edition developed for and by operating theatre nurses in the Pacific. The publication is aimed at improving and standardising perioperative practice for quality and safe surgical care and will be required reading in operating theatres across the region.

This document is a five-year plan to guide the work of Nauru’s agriculture sector. It is aimed at ensuring the food production system in Nauru is climate resilient and identifies climate-smart agricultural practices and systems that will contribute to the country’s food and nutrition security.

This publication provides guidance on how to assess earthquake-generated inundation threats in the region. The document is aimed at scientists, academic institutions and technical specialists responsible for assessing tsunami hazards in the Pacific.

This is the French companion to the Pacific legislative framework for non-communicable diseases. With NCDs being a leading cause of death and disability in the Pacific, effective legislative measures are critical in addressing this growing burden on the region.

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