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  • NMA, NANNM Meet to Stop Medical Tourism
    The President of the Nigeria Medical Association, Prof Adedayo Faduyile, has said that Nigerians will begin to trust medical services provided in the country if doctors, nurses and other health workers decide to work together for the good of the he[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Nov/2018
  • Osun Wins $20m Grant for Maternal, Child Health Care
    The Osun State Government has won a $20m grant from the Federal Government for improving in the key areas relating to maternal and child health care.   The Federal Ministry of Health awarded the state the grant for coming second nationwide[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Nov/2018
  • People with Disabilities Lament Poor Access to Health Care in Ekiti
    Persons with disabilities in Ekiti State have lamented the difficulty experienced in the process of accessing health care services in the state.   They often encountered at different health care facilities in the state to include discrimin[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Nov/2018
  • University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) Debunks Stolen Babies Story
    The University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, UCTH, Calabar has debunked the media reports alleging that three (3) babies were stolen from the hospital last Sunday by some armed robbers. According to the management of the hospital, the reports are b[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2018
  • L.A. County Nurses To Strike In Protest Of Limited Staffing
    More than 7,000 nurses who work in one of the country’s largest public health systems are expected to begin a strike at 7 a.m. Tuesday, protesting what they describe as unsafe and illegal patient-to-nurse ratios and generally inadequate staff[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2018
  • Bermuda Nursing and Midwifery Council: Midwifery Placed Under Nursing Act
    Legal changes to bring midwives under the same umbrella as nurses has passed in the House of Assembly. Kim Wilson, the Minister of Health, told MPs that the old legislation covering midwives “contained an outdated regulatory framework”[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2018
  • Barbados Nurses Association (BNA) Proposes Nursing Boost To Government
    Government authorities here will soon have before them comprehensive proposals for the upgrading and expansion of the nursing profession in Barbados.   This was disclosed today by president of the Barbados Nurses Association (BNA) Joanna W[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2018
  • @nannm-ng Praises Jigawa State Government On Free Maternal Child Care Programme
    Mr Hazakilu Kore, Chairman, National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Jigawa chapter, on Monday commended the state government for spending N75million monthly on free maternal and child care programme.   Kore, who made t[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2018
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