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  • Researcher Builds Handheld Device For Testing HIV
      A professor of Biological Engineering, Samuel Sia, records progress on his study on accelerated HIV testing,    About three weeks after a claim by a Nigerian academic, Prof. Isaiah Ibe,  to have discovered a drug that ca[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Jan/2013
      The west African nursing students chairman comrade Ogbolu Collins has announced that nursing students from five member state would  be coming to Nigeria for a capacity building conference which will hold in Lagos soon. In his speech a[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Jan/2013
  • 2013 Annual Conference Of Executives Of The Committee Of Principals/Heads Of Nursing Insti...
    2013 Annual Conference Of Executives Of The Committee Of Principals/Heads Of Nursing Institutions Date: 15th - 19th april Theme: Strategies For Improving Human Resourse For Nursing Education And Practice[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Jan/2013
  • Protect the title NURSE by Law- jude Nwaobi
      While the nursing profession battles to redeem its already battered image by the media and in most cases, bad eggs within, It is not uncommon to grab a National daily with screaming diabolical headlines like 'Nurse paralyses patient[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jan/2013
  • Health Care Waste: Role of Nurses and Nursing
     ICN Position: The nursing profession worldwide recognises the vital role the natural environment plays in global health and acknowledges the real threat posed by health care waste.  The International Council of Nurses (ICN) believes al[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jan/2013
  • Participation of Nurses in Health Services Decision Making and Policy Development
      ICN Position: Nurses have an important contribution to make in health services planning and decision-making, and in development of appropriate  and effective health policy. They can and should contribute to public policy related to pr[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jan/2013
  • Ethiopia: At African Union Summit, Ban Calls On Leaders to End Cycle of Poverty and Violen...
    Speaking at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on the continent's leaders to boost efforts to lift millions out of poverty and end recurrent cycles of violence to accelerate development[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jan/2013
  • Abortions Safer with Nurses, Midwives – Study
      First trimester abortions are just as safe when performed by trained nurse practitioners, physician assistants and certified nurse midwives as when conducted by physicians, according to a new six-year study led by University of California,[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jan/2013
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