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  • New Date for Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Research Workshop
    Urgent Information   Please here is the new dates for the NMCN research workshop:    Abuja : 17th to 19th April 2018 Benin : 22nd to 24th May 2018 Kano: 29th to 31st May 2018   Please circulate this information i[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • ICN: Nurses Leading The Way To End TB
    On World Tuberculosis Day, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) is drawing attention to the role of nurses as leaders for a TB-Free World.   Nurses account for half of all healthcare workers globally and this percentage is high[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • FCT Records Fresh Case of Lassa Fever
    The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) says it has recorded a fresh case of Lassa fever in the territory, bringing the number of confirmed cases to three within three months.    Dr Humphrey Okoroukwu, the Director of Publ[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • Health Workers Threaten Nationwide Strike
    The Nigeria Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAHE) has hinted that it would embark on a national strike if their demands were not met on or before April 17 this year.   They urged President Muhammadu Buahri and the Federal Ministry o[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • John Hopkins Is Among The Best Medical, Nursing Schools In The U.S
    Johns Hopkins' nursing school is No. 1 in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report's new rankings of graduate programs. The university's doctor of nursing practice program ranks second.   The school also has the s[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • More Nursing Disciplines Require a Masters or Doctoral Degree
    After spending a year as a labor and delivery and postpartum nurse at Emory University Hospital, Alyssa Craig knew she wanted to become a certified midwife.   "I was happy with my undergrad degree and was going to stick with that. But[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • FRAUD: Singapore Nursing Job Scam Unearthed
    After taking money from the candidates, the job agency switched off the listed numbers and stopped responding to mails.   31-year-old Nimmy Jose, a nurse from Kerala, walked into the Cochin International Airport, one day mid-February, all[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
  • Nurses Must Be Involved in Patient Health Literacy Support
    The American Academy of Nursing is calling on nurses to better support patient education and patient health literacy as a part of the organization’s annual policy brief.   “Health literacy is a precursor to health and achieveme[...]
    Date Posted: 23/Mar/2018
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