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  • Ikeoha Foundation Scholarship Awards
      In furtherance of its educational advancement programme, IKEOHA FOUNDATION in collaboration with the constituency office of SENATOR IKE EKWEREMADU, CFR announces the commencement of applications for its Scholarship Award.   Applic[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Nov/2012
  • The Current State of International Nurse Recruitment
      As someone who has been involved in international nurse recruitment for quite some time, it always surprises me how many people I talk to who seem confused about the current options. Lots of folks still talk about visa retrogression and ma[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Nov/2012
  • Nurses: Oppression Can Stop With You
      The intended purpose of this article is to explain that nursing is a largely oppressed occupation due to its social position and the occasional lack of professionalism displayed by some of its members.   The Merriam-Webster dictio[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Nov/2012
  • Participate in the Nurses Across Borders Online Nursing Survey
      Dear Colleagues and Friends in Nursing,  You all agree that Nursing practice in Nigeria is NOT only stressful but without incentives from our employers-both private or public? Despite the fact that, Nurses constitute the SINGLE LARG[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Nov/2012
  • 17 November 2012: World Prematurity Day
      Join in World Prematurity Day, November 17 2012: the global movement to raise awareness about prematurity, highlighting the burden of preterm birth informing on simple, proven cost-effective solutions, and envoking compassion for families[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Nov/2012
  • Full Text of the Judgement Delivered in the NICN Between FFHINNAM and NANNM
      IN THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COURT OF NIGERIA   Suit No: NIC/ABJ/20/2011 Petitioner: THE REGISTERED TRUSTEES OF THE FORUMOF FEDERAL HEALTH INSTITUTIONS, NURSES AND MIDWIVES (FFHINNAM) And Respondent: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NI[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Nov/2012
  • UNICEF CBNC Six- day Residential Training
      THE Abia State Health Commissioner, Dr. Okechukwu Ogah, has listed reasons why new born babies are likely to die, saying that the predicted annual worldwide three million newborn deaths which analysis indicated, can be prevented by improvi[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Nov/2012
  • O.A.U to Admit 10,000 for Distance Learning
      The Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Centre for Open Distance Learning (ODL) will soon admit about 10,000 pioneer students for the programme, which will commence next year.   The Director of the programme, Prof Bode Asubiojo, made[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Nov/2012
 
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