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  • Association of Public Health Nursing Officers of Nigeria makes case for attainment of MDGs
      The Professional Association of Public Health Nursing Officers of Nigeria (PAPHNON) has said that it would be difficult to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the health sector without the active involvement and participatio[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • Fake Nurse Docked Over Forgery, False Representation
      A 38-year-old man, Olayiwola Adebayo, who allegedly represented himself as a registered nurse was on Tuesday charged before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.   The accused is facing a three-count charge bordering on forg[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • Rotary International District Education and Welfare Endowment (DEWEF) 2013 Scholarship
      The Rotary International District 9110 Nigeria Education and Welfare Endowment Fund (DEWEF) invites applications from suitably qualified undergraduates who are indigent and brilliant and have completed their first year (100-Level) in any f[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • Relationship Between Nurse Shift Length, Burnout And Patient Dissatisfaction
      Extended work shifts of twelve hours or longer are common and popular among hospital staff nurses, but a new study reports that nurses working longer shifts were more likely to experience burnout, job dissatisfaction, and patients were mor[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • Nurse Leader Resistance Perceived As A Barrier To High-Quality, Evidence-Based Patient Car...
      A new national survey of more than 1,000 registered nurses suggests that serious barriers - including resistance from nursing leaders - prevent nurses from implementing evidence-based practices that improve patient outcomes.   [...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • WHO: Nigeria Among 14 Endemic Countries Worst Hit by Malaria Deaths
      The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that 80 per cent of malaria deaths occur in 14 endemic countries, with Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo and India among the worst hit.   In its annual assessment report on malaria,[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Dec/2012
  • Fresh Opposition to Health Bill Is Blackmail - N.M.A
      Doctors Monday urged lawmakers to resist "blackmail and intimidation" as they consider the National Health Bill, after fresh opposition emerged against the bill this week.   At least three separate health-related groups[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Dec/2012
  • Rwanda: Nursing Students in Protest Over National Exams
      Uncertainty engulfed nursing students at the Institut Supérieur Pédagogique de Gitwe (ISPG) last week following a decision instructing them to repeat their final year to be able to sit for the national examination which, offi[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Dec/2012
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