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Ondo State School of Midwifery, Igbatoro, Admission Form 2016/17

Ondo State School of Midwifery, Igbatoro, Admission Form for 2016/17 is on sale. See the eligibility, application procedure and closig date below.  Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the above named school for February, 2017 academic session. 1. Duration of Training: 3 YEARS, FEMALE ONLY 2. Entry Qualification: West Africa School Certificate or Senior Secondary […]

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St Luke’s Anglican Hospital, Wusasa School of Midwifery Post basic Admission form 2016 is out

Filed in Nursing News, School of Nursing Forms by on June 4, 2016 0 Comments

This is to inform the general public that the St Luke’s Anglican Hospital, Wusasa School of Midwifery Post basic Admission form 2016 is out. The School of Midwifery, St Luke’s Anglican Hospital, Wusasa, Zaria, Kaduna State announces to the public that the sales of their forms have begun. Applications are here by invited from suitably […]

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Peri-Operative Nursing Forms On Sale At University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital

Filed in Nursing News by on January 14, 2016 0 Comments

Admissions Into Full Time Diploma Course In University Of NIgeria Teaching Hospital Enugu Post Basic Peri-operative Nursing School For 2015/2016 Session. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: – Possess the West African Certificate/GCE/NECO or their equivalent with Credits in five (5) subjects at one or two sittings including English and Mathematics, and with all the Science subjects viz; Biology, […]

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Ophthalmic Nursing Forms is Out On Sale At University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital

Filed in Nursing News by on January 14, 2016 0 Comments

Admissions Into Full Time Diploma Course In University Of NIgeria Teaching Hospital Enugu Post Basic Ophthalmic Nursing School For 2015/2016 Session. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: – Possess the West African Certificate/GCE/NECO or their equivalent with Credits in five (5) subjects at one or two sittings including English and Mathematics, and with all the Science subjects viz; Biology, […]

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More Than 80 Foreign Nurses Denied Work At Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn Due To Immigration Restrictions

Filed in Nursing News by on January 14, 2016 0 Comments

More Than 80 Foreign Nurses Denied Work At Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn Due To Immigration Restrictions. New figures reveal thousands of nurses wanting to join hospitals were denied permission to work in the UK last year, despite healthcare providers struggling with chronic staffing shortages. In the eastern region Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn […]

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University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Enugu School of Nursing Forms 2016/2017 is Out

This inform the general public that the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Enugu School of Nursing Forms 2016/2017 is Out. Applications are invited from qualified candidates for admission into the above mentioned school for 2016/2017 academic programme. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.  You must have at least a credit each in at least 5 subjects in your Senior […]

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Nurse Leaders Criticize New ‘Nursing Associate’ Plans

Filed in Nursing News by on January 5, 2016 0 Comments

Nurse Leaders Criticize New ‘Nursing Associate’ Plans. Group of nurse leaders have expressed concerns over the government’s planned introduction of the new nursing associate role, claiming the proposals “fail to recognize the functions and value of registered nurses”. They also suggested the creation of the new role – aimed at senior healthcare support workers to […]

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Sixty Eight Nigerian Army Reference Hospital Commissions ICU

Filed in Nursing News by on January 4, 2016 0 Comments

Sixty Eight Nigerian Army Reference Hospital commissions ICU. Critical healthcare services in Nigeria like other West African countries had been hampered by government apathy towards funding of hospitals capital and manpower flight overseas. Recently, things are somewhat improving with the government’s willingness to invest more in healthcare, and clampdown on resource diversion in the country. […]

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NHIS Public Notice on Verification of Payments by HMOs to Healthcare Providers

Filed in Nursing News by on December 31, 2015 0 Comments

Pursuant to the performance of its statutory regulatory functions, and in conformity with its duty to protect the rights and privileges of all stakeholders, also with reference to section 1.1.0.1(i) of the extant operational guidelines of the scheme, the activities of Health Maintenance organisations (HMOs) are currently being examined by the scheme, following widespread complaints […]

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Taraba Plans of Employing 1,088 Nurses And 33 Professional Medical Doctors

Filed in Nursing News by on December 22, 2015 0 Comments

Taraba Plans of Employing 1,088 Nurses And 33 Professional Medical Doctors. The executive secretary of the state Health Services Management Board, Dr Micah Madaki who disclosed this when the Commissioner of Health, Dr Innocent Vakki visited the board, said more hands were needed to fully man the 15 general hospitals in the state. The executive secretary […]

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Jigawa Promise to Recruit 100 Doctors, Nurses, Midwives and Community Health Workers

Filed in Nursing News by on December 22, 2015 0 Comments

Jigawa State has concluded arrangement to employ 100 medical doctors by next year with a view to addressing the existing manpower gap in the health sector, the commissioner for health Dr. Abba Zakari has said. The commissioner dropped the hint yesterday while receiving a delivery van donated to the state government by a pharmaceutical company, […]

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Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) Registration 2016

Filed in Nursing News by on December 21, 2015 0 Comments

This is to notify the general public that the 2016 Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) will be held 17-23 September 2016 around the theme “Nursing opportunities in a world focused on sustainable development”. Selected participants will learn about how we provide quality nursing care today as well as plan our human resources for health in […]

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