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Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Program (EMCPDP) For Kaduna
Date Posted: 21/Jan/2019

KADUNA STATE MINISTRY OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES In Collaboration with the NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF NIGERIA

Organizes:

Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Program (EMCPDP) For NURSES & MIDWIVES

MODULE: 

ELIMINATION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV (eMTCT) AND LONG ACTING REVERSIBLE CONTRACEPTIVES (LARC)

Date:                     11th-15th March, 2019

Venue:                  Catholic Social Centre March Kaduna

Time:                     8:00am – 4:00pm daily.  

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION

Fees  (N20,000.00), Twenty Thousand Naira only payable into MCPDP Account.

ACCOUNT NAME:           Kaduna State

ACCOUNT NUMBER:      2020322115

Banker:                             First Bank of Nigeria PLC

Obtain your Bank Teller. (Computer Print Out) and Present at the venue of the workshop.

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT:

  • Summary of report of research work conducted by Nurses and midwives can be submitted for presentation during the workshop.
  • -10 Mules of presentation of selected abstract will be slotted.
  • All research reports to be submitted to:

[email protected] on or before Friday 1st March, 2019.

Send your name, contact phone number and location i.e. Zaria, Kaduna or Kafanchan to any of  the following number:- 08068439646, 08065946495, 07063021891 and 08035872925

NOTE:

 All Prospective participants are expected to come along with their license.   

CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION: 

7th March. 2019

NOTE:

 Late registration attract the sum of Three Thousand Naira (N3,000.00)Only

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