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  • Ebola - Who, Others Expedite Action for Vaccine
    The World health Organization (WHO) has stepped up efforts for the discovery of vaccine for the Ebola Virus Disease. The Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, Dr Paul Orhii who attended a recent eme[...]
    Date Posted: 12/Sep/2014
  • HCSF Approved Schemes of Service for Nursing Assistant and Nursing Officer Cadres in Niger...
    As a fall out of the recent protest of the national association of nigeria nurses and midwives demanding implementation of a unified scheme of service, Jude nwaobi of the nursingworld nigeria team went digging and dug up this from our archive. &n[...]
    Date Posted: 12/Sep/2014
  • Ebola: Delaying Schools’ Resumption Is Irrational – Minister
      The Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, on Wednesday said that delaying schools resumption till December or early next year based on Ebola Virus Disease is irrational.   He made the remarks while briefing State House corre[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
  • Paying To Serve The Nation: NYSC’s Insensitivity
      HOW much longer can Nigerians endure insensitivity and oppression by their own government? This is the pertinent question as the vicious cycle of government departments and agencies revelling in a culture of impunity continues, especially[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
  • Nigeria Arrests South African With Ebola Symptoms
      Nigerian health authorities said on Thursday they were holding for Ebola testing a South African national in transit to her country because she was showing potential symptoms of the disease after working in Guinea and Sierra Leone.[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
  • Forum for Local Government Nurses and Midwives of NIgeria Calls for Implementation of Unif...
    The Forum for Local Government Nurses and Midwives of NIgeria had lended it voice to the Implementation of a unified scheme of service for NIgerian Nurses and Midwives.   They made this known in a communique issed at the end of the 30th an[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
  • 11 Tips to Kill Nursing Stress Before It Kills You. By LeAnn Thieman
      In these challenging times, nurses have to do more with less. This makes them feel frazzled and frantic, instead of calm and efficient. Excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and deplete you physically, mentally and spiritua[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
  • The Basics Of Nursing Care Are Dignity, Compassion And, Above All, Safety. By Opeyemi Ajib...
      We must remember, graduate nurse or not, there is a legacy we wish to leave to the next generation. I don't want to be part of what will plague us. We should work hard to help make nursing better, to set the right example, to hopefully[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Sep/2014
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