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  • FCT Scholarship Board Corrigendum
    FCT SCHOLARSHIP BOARD CORRIGENDUM   All FCT Scholarchip Applicants for the 2014/2015 Award Session should please note and correct the wrong reference to 2013/2014' to mean 2014/2015;     and 'FCT Agency for[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • Babcock University Nursing Admissions For the 2015/2016 Academic Session.(JAMB/ Direct Ent...
    Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admissions into Babcock University (BU) Degree Programs for the 2015/2016 academic session.   Babcock University General Entry Requirements. Minimum qualification for the Fi[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • WHO Warns of Caesarean 'Epidemic'
      The UN's World Health Organization on Friday warned that too many women in developing and wealthy countries alike are resorting unnecessarily to Caesarean sections to give birth.   Other pregnant women with a real medical need[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • WHO: Ebola Survivors At Risk of Eye and Joint Problems
      . The WHO said the risks of the Ebola virus spreading from country to country were reducing   Many Ebola survivors are likely to face further health issues including eye and joint problems, the World Health Organization has[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • Nurses Face Job Cuts Across Ontario
      Hundreds of nursing positions are on the chopping block at hospitals across the province, and many more will be in jeopardy until about mid-June, according to health officials.   Almost 250 nursing positions have already been cut[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • Important Guidance For Care Of People With Diabetes
    Published: 10 April 2015 Nurses caring for people with diabetes are being offered guidance on the difficult area of pre-loading insulin syringes for people with diabetes, who are otherwise unable to manage their condition.   Ideally, peo[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • CONGENITAL AGENESIS: Meet 19 Year Old Trapped in Body of 2 Year Old
    At first glance, she may look like a toddler. But Girija Srinivas is in fact 19 years old - a teenager trapped in the body of a young child. She suffers from a rare medical condition called congenital agenesis of the bones, which has led to her bod[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
  • Nurses strive to be lifelong learners
      Being a lifelong learner can be beneficial to a career and those affected by your profession, especially when it comes to the health care industry. In nursing, where so many lives are impacted on numerous levels, continuing education enabl[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Apr/2015
 
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