Register and Login
Forgot  Register
Nursing World Nigeria Logo
Latest Nursing News (Page 3)
  • Controversy Rocks JUTH over Use of Hijab By Nursing Staff, Students
    Controversy is brewing at the Jos University Teaching Hospital as Muslim nursing students undergoing attachment training at the facility have alleged that they are being forced to remove their shoulder length hijabs by the Nursing department of the[...]
    Date Posted: 22/May/2019
  • Nurses Vote to Back Decriminalisation of Prostitution
    The union representing Britain’s nurses will start lobbying governments across the UK to decriminalise prostitution in order to safeguard sex workers and improve their health. The Royal College of Nursing voted by an overwhelming majority at[...]
    Date Posted: 22/May/2019
  • Benue Hospital Records 7 Cases of Lassa fever in 2019
    The Benue State Teaching Hospital (BSUTH) has recorded seven cases of Lassa fever in this year alone. The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the hospital, Dr. Terlumun Swende, made the disclosure at a news conference in Makurdi while emphasising the e[...]
    Date Posted: 22/May/2019
  • Regular Medical Checkup can Prevent Depression, says Nursing Expert
    A Nursing Expert, Mrs Victoria Opakunle, says regular medical checkup is critical to the prevention of depression, a mental disorder that can lead to mental illness and even suicide. Opakunle, Head of the Nursing Unit, Kamwire Medical Centre, Ilori[...]
    Date Posted: 22/May/2019
  • Sexless Marriage will Affect your Mental Health
    For most married couples, the bedroom is a place of privacy and sexual intimacy. But many who have been married for a while know that this is often not the case.   Sometimes and for a long period, the bedroom can become a lonely place. To[...]
    Date Posted: 21/May/2019
  • Health Workers Sue Akeredolu Over Demotion, Salary Reduction
    Health workers in the Ondo State Civil Service have dragged Governor Rotimi Akeredolu to the National Industrial Court in Akure, the state capital, for allegedly demoting them and deducting their salaries illegally.   Other defendants in t[...]
    Date Posted: 21/May/2019
  • Doctors, Nurses Lament Poor Pay, Overwork in State Hospitals
    Despite an acute shortage of medical workers in state hospitals, many state governments have not been employing doctors and nurses. The PUNCH’s investigations has shown that in spite of a shortage of medical workers, a few of doctors and nurs[...]
    Date Posted: 21/May/2019
  • Govs Neglect Health Care As State Hospitals Rot Away
    Like teaching hospitals, state hospitals across the country are fast collapsing following the neglect of the health facilities by the state governors, The PUNCH investigations have revealed.   Findings by our correspondents across the coun[...]
    Date Posted: 20/May/2019
online polls
Post Nursing Ads
  • Get Free Nursing News Alert

  • NursingWorldNigeriaon