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  • NURSING INTERNSHIP: Dear Mrs Azuike (N&MCN Acting Registrar)
      Congratulation on your recent elevation to the positon of Acting registrar of the council. I hope this letter finds you hale and hearty in the cozy comfort of your office complex at cadastral zone in Abuja.   I hope to bring to yo[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Feb/2013
  • Seventh Day Adventist School of Nursing, Ile-Ife Admission Forms on Sale
      Seventh Day Adventist School of Nursing, Ile-Ife 2013/2014 Entrance form is now available.   Admission Requirements   The minimum entry requirements for admission are:   Five (5) Credit Level Passes in the WAEC/S[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • Benefits of Doing an Internship
      Finding work can be a real challenge, especially if you don't have any experience. Yet to get experience you must first find a job. It's a nasty catch that    can be difficult to get around but an internship is a good[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • MARCH 2013: Upcoming Ekiti State MCPDP for Nurses
      MCPDP is Mandatory continuing Professional Development Programme. The programme is a brain child of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria which was established in March 2010   The programme was designed for all cadres of nu[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • South Africa: Education in Nursing Ought to Be Priority Too - Denosa
      Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) welcomes the president’s announcement in his State of The Nation Address last night that government will still emphasize improvement on education and his plan to establish the[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • ‘Kwara, Kogi Polio Workers Not Threatened’
      The Kwara State Commissioner for Health, Alhaji Kayode Issa and a member of the Committee on Polio Eradication in the state, Mr. Muyiwa Gbadebo, have said that the lives of polio vaccination officers and other health workers are not being[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • My Focus as Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield is to Raise Money for Children’s...
      Nigerian-born Kate Anolue, is the Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield, United Kingdom, who recently assumed office, presiding over a parliament of 63 councillors. In this report, SEYI GESINDE reflects on her activities and events that p[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
  • Natural Antiviral Protein Stops HIV, Deadly Viruses Entering Cells
      Researchers in the US have identified a natural antiviral protein that stops HIV and certain other deadly viruses like Ebola, Rift Valley Fever, and Nipah, from entering host cells. They hope the discovery will help efforts to develop broa[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Feb/2013
 
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