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  • 2nd UCH Basic Nerve Blocks Course for Nurse Anaesthetists
    2nd UCH Basic Nerve Blocks  Course for Nurse Anaesthetists Course Fee: N35, 000 Tuesday 17th - Thursday 19th June 2014  Venue: Prof, Oluwole Adebo Continuing Professional Development Centre, UCH Ibadan. For Registration[...]
    Date Posted: 03/Mar/2014
  • MCPDP ABUTH Shika Zaria Notice
    Please be informed that the MCPDP Vol.1 scheduled to hold on 3/3/14 has been postponed due to inadequate response from intending participants/ Nurses.    Registration however, still remains opens to allow for more participants to enro[...]
    Date Posted: 03/Mar/2014
  • KNSG Sends 50 Nurses to Egypt on Sponsorship for Degree Programs
    Kano state government is spending N303 million in sponsoring 50 indigenes of the state for a 3-year degree programme in Nursing Education, at Mansoura University, Al-Mansoura, Egypt.   Beneficiaries of the special scholarship will on retur[...]
    Date Posted: 03/Mar/2014
  • Social Injustice in Nursing
      By Colleen Villamin   We have all heard it before when receiving report, "This patient is a VIP."    This translates to an unspoken requirement that nurses explain things more thoroughly and respond more ra[...]
    Date Posted: 03/Mar/2014
  • Secondhand Smoke Linked to Increased Risk of Miscarriage, Stillbirth
      Breathing in someone else’s tobacco fumes might raise a woman’s odds for miscarriage, stillbirth or other complications, a new study suggests.   The study found that the risk to pregnancy rises the longer women are exp[...]
    Date Posted: 02/Mar/2014
  • A Nurse's Tale: Insecurity In The Country, Loss Of Limbs And First Aid Actions
    WARNING: Some Graphic Images are shown   The following was sent to us by a correspondent:   The victim (name witheld) while riding his bike was on his way home in a village located between Jega and Birnin Kebbi when he was attacke[...]
    Date Posted: 02/Mar/2014
  • A matter of timing … and more. Factors other than hospital speed influence mortality...
      By Heather Stringer   When it comes to treating patients who have suffered a myocardial infarction, time is muscle, according to a common saying in cardiac care circles. In recent years time has become so important that hospitals[...]
    Date Posted: 02/Mar/2014
  • Knowing When to Zip It – or Not
    By Diane Goodman   OK, I admit it. There could be times when possession of the latest and greatest electronic toys could get one into trouble. Having Bluetooth and speakerphone "on" in the car may not be conducive to exhibiting q[...]
    Date Posted: 02/Mar/2014
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