Nurses Arena Forum

Welcome, Guest: Help / Recent Posts / Search / Login / Register

Stats: 2511 Members, 5110 topics. Date: May 30, 2017, 04:31:27 AM

Nurses Arena Forum / Recent Posts

Pages: 1 (2) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
* News / #ICN2017: Largest International Nurses Congress Kicks Off by Idowu Olabode: May 28, 2017, 10:13:07 PM
Press Information
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) Congress in Barcelona, Spain, kicked off today with an opening ceremony marked by high profile nursing figures, government officials and international health experts.
Close to 8,200 nurses representing 135 nationalities have registered for the Congress which will last for four days and focus on the many ways in which nurses are at the forefront of transforming care. Hosted by the General Council of Nursing of Spain, the Congress will also include over 1,900 posters, 70 concurrent sessions, 18 symposium sessions, along with integrated and sponsored symposiums.

New this year is the inclusion of eight policy cafés and three panel discussions.
Dr Judith Shamian, ICN President, and Dr Frances Hughes, ICN’s Chief Executive Officer, led the ceremony and honoured the work of the prominent nurses who have marked the profession through their dedicated commitment to development, research and innovation. Notably, the prestigious Christiane Reimann Prize was jointly awarded to Dr Sheila Dinotshe Tlou, Director of the UNAIDS Regional Support Team for Eastern and Southern Africa and to Dr Linda H. Aiken, director and founder of Penn Nursing’s Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research.

The Health and Human Rights Award – ICN’s only award for a non-nursing recipient – was presented to Mr Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of The Nippon Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in Asia conducting humanitarian aid activities worldwide, in recognition for his truly significant humanitarian contributions and achievements in the domain of health and human rights.
For their innovative and forward thinking which strongly impacted nursing and patient outcome, Katrine Seier Fridthjof, Dr Beth Oliver and Arlene Travis were nominated as runners-up to the Kim Mo-Im Award which was bestowed to Dr Miofen Yen, Professor at the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, for establishing an educational programme in South Eastern Asia in an effort to improve higher education in the region by training advanced nurses.
For its generous grants allocated to nurse-led projects, The Burdett Trust for Nursing received the ICN Partners in Development Award, thus recognizing the importance of investing in the profession to empower nurses and support its development.
Also marking the evening, Her Royal Highness Princess Muna al Hussein of Jordan was honoured for her advocacy work, involvement in policy matters and overall commitment to the development of nursing in Jordan and worldwide.
Concluding the opening ceremony, Her Excellency Mrs Dolors Monserrat Montserrat, Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality of the Government of Spain welcomed participants to her country and expressed her gratitude and support to the nursing profession.
The nurses were then treated to an amazing display of Spanish culture and entertainment.

(Reply) (Quote)

* News / 5 things to keep in mind for your menstrual hygiene #MenstrualHygieneDay by Idowu Olabode: May 28, 2017, 05:02:42 PM
Menstruation is one of the vital processes of a woman's body which deserves utmost caution and self-care. Ensuring proper hygiene during menses,  and eating right is the key to ease the pain you go through.

Today, on Menstrual Hygiene Day, promise yourself healthy and happy periods with these hygiene tips.

1. Change your sanitary napkin every 4-6 hours-

Changing sanitary napkins or tampons within every 4-6 hours is the cardinal rule to establish vaginal hygiene. Menstrual blood, when released from the body attracts various organisms from our bodies, which multiply in the warmth of the blood, and cause irritation, rashes or urinary tract infections. Changing your sanitary napkin or tampon regularly curbs the growth of these organisms and prevents infections.

2. Wash yourself properly-

Washing your vagina regularly is extremely important, because the organisms cling to your body after you have removed your sanitary napkin. Most people wash themselves regularly, but not the right way--which is, using your hands in motion from the vagina to the anus, not vice-versa.  Motioning  your hand from the anus to the vagina can lead to the transmission of the bacteria from the anus into the vagina or urethra opening  leading to infections.

3. Don't use soaps or vagina hygiene products-

While using vaginal hygiene products everyday is a good idea, using these products during menses can turn things around. Vaginas have their own cleaning mechanism which comes into play during menstrual cycles, and these artificial hygiene products can hamper the natural process leading to infections and growth of bacteria.

4. Discard the sanitary napkin properly-

Disposing off your tampons and sanitary napkins properly is an important step. Wrap them properly before you throw them away, so the bacteria and infections do not spread.  Make sure you don't flush them, since that  will block the toilet causing the water to back up, spreading the bacteria all over it.  Washing your hands properly is of utmost importance after you have wrapped and discarded the used tampons and sanitary napkins, since you're likely to touch the stained area while wrapping them.

5. Stick to one method of sanitation-

Women tend to use tampons and sanitary napkins, or two sanitary napkins simultaneously during heavy flow which is an efficient technique. While it may keep you dry and prevent stained clothes, it can cause infections too. The combination of two techniques absorbs the blood making us oblivious to the need to change our tampons and sanitary napkins. Without frequent change, the accumulated blood invites bacteria and causes infections. So, it is advisable to use one sanitary napkin and change it as frequently as you can during heavy flow. These cardinal rules will help you stay healthy and manage your period better.

Source : India Today

(Reply) (Quote)

* Nursing Jobs / MOH Licensed Dental Nurse/Assistant Jobs in Muscat, Oman by Cassia: May 28, 2017, 03:08:38 PM
    We are urgently looking for Dental Nurses/Assistants (5) for a Dental Surgical Center in Muscat, Oman.

    ***The candidates MUST HAVE passed the Oman license examination already.***

    Email your CV to and include proof of your Oman MOH examination pass.


    Prepares treatment room for patient by following prescribed procedures and protocols.
    Prepares patient for dental treatment by welcoming, comforting, seating, and draping patient.
    Provides information to patients and employees by answering questions and requests.
    Provides instrumentation by sterilizing and delivering instruments to treatment area; positioning instruments for dentist's access; suctioning; passing instruments.
    Provides materials by selecting, mixing, and placing materials on instruments and in the patient's mouth.
    Provides diagnostic information by exposing and developing radiographic studies; pouring, trimming, and polishing study casts.
    Maintains patient appearance and ability to masticate by fabricating temporary restorations; cleaning and polishing removable appliances.
    Helps dentist manage dental and medical emergencies by maintaining cpr certification, emergency drug and oxygen supply, and emergency telephone directory.
    Educates patients by giving oral hygiene, plaque control, and postoperative instructions.
    Documents dental care services by charting in patient records.
    Maintains patient confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
    Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
    Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols.
    Ensures operation of dental equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques.
    Maintains dental supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies.
    Conserves dental resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.
    Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
    Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Have a Oman MOH License or MOH eligibility letter for Dental Assistant[/li][/list]
    Have no less than 3 years full-time employment experience as a Dental Nurse/Assistant in a reputable establishment[/li][/list]

    Preferred Skills

    Fully literate in both verbal and written English
    Excellent customer service and patient care skills
    Demonstrated professional collaboration and teamwork skills with the patient at the center.
    Commitment to continuous improvement and innovation.
    Computer skills (e.g. workload measurement input, word processing, email, etc.)

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * News / Nursing Meet Highlights Importance Of Palliative Care by Idowu Olabode: May 28, 2017, 01:50:55 PM
    The Nursing Department at the National Center for Cancer Care and Research (NCCCR), a member of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), recently held an educational event for staff aimed at promoting knowledge sharing among nurses to improve their professional skills and ultimately enhance the quality of care delivered to patients.
    The educational event held at HMC's Hajar Auditorium at the Medical #Education Center highlighted the importance of palliative care and shed light on the best nursing practices in the care of cancer patients.
    Held under the theme 'Journey to Palliative Care, the event showcased a variety of insightful presentations by nurses and physicians featuring prominent palliative care topics, including the latest management techniques and the challenges faced by nurses in their role of caring for patients with cancer.
    Palliative care aims to improve the quality of life for patients as they approach the end of their life. It takes a holistic approach to addressing the full spectrum of a patient's needs, from the physical and emotional to the spiritual and social. Thus the professional development event involved a large multi-disciplinary team among which the nurse and clinical nurse specialist roles are key.

    The Nursing Department at NCCCR hosts Grand Round. (MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
    Over 300 nurses gathered to share the latest medical knowledge, promote up-to-date, evidence-based nursing practice, and endorse high-quality patient care aimed at enhancing patient outcomes.
    The half-day event served as a valuable teaching intervention and a platform to provide nurses with the opportunity to share clinical expertise and best nursing practice in a setting that recognizes thir valuable and unique contributions to the nursing profession.
    Catherine Gillespie, Executive Director of Nursing at NCCCR, commented on the significance of the event. She said: 'We are firm believers in the potential of nursing and in the value of the clinical nurse specialist role within the multi-disciplinary care team in improving patient outcomes. This is particularly evident in the specialist area of palliative care and it is our wish to continue to support the development of nurses through an ongoing learning process. She added: 'We are confident that NCCCR as a specialized institute can continue to support the development of our clinical teams to ensure we have highly qualified staff who help improve the lives of their patients on a day-to-day basis.
    Michel Harkous, Director of Nursing #Education at NCCCR, said: 'This is the third time we have organized a Nursing Grand Round at NCCCR. This educational event is a great opportunity for our nurses to exchange expertise, improve their skills, and understand the importance of providing effective nursing care. Our aim is to highlight the challenges nurses face in providing palliative care, to empower our clinical nurse specialists and to give them a platform to expand their knowledge and share their experiences with their colleagues across HMC as well as those from other healthcare organizations in Qatar.
    As the main healthcare provider in Qatar, HMC is committed to providing the safest, most effective and most compassionate care to patients. This continuum of educational initiatives is a testament to this commitment.

    Source: The Peninsula

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * News / Annette Kennedy elected as new President of the International Council of Nurses by Idowu Olabode: May 28, 2017, 11:17:06 AM
    Annette Kennedy, who served as Third Vice President of the International Council of Nurses (ICN) from 2013-2017 and President of the European
    Federation of Nurses (EFN) from 2005-2007, has been elected as the 28th President of the International Council of Nurses (ICN).

    The election took place in the context of ICN’s governing body meeting,the Council of National Nursing Association Representatives (CNR), during the ICN International Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

    Close to 8,108 nurses from 135 countries gathered at the Congress to share knowledge  and discuss global health care priorities.

    “It is a great pleasure to congratulate Annette Kennedy and the new Board members on their appointment, said Dr Frances Hughes, ICN’s Chief Executive Officer, “and I look forward to working closely with them as we continue to move ICN forward to advance nursing, nurses and health around the world.”

    Ms Kennedy, an Irish nurse, who was Director of Professional Development at the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation from 1994-2012,has extensive experience in dealing with policy issues at high levels and has long been involved with ICN through her vice-presidency and through her work as the President of the European Federation of Nurses (EFN) and as director of professional development for 19 years in the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).

    National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives President with the New ICN President

    “I believe ICN has the potential to influence the delivery of global nursing care and health policy, said Ms Kennedy. “ Over the next four years I aim to ensure that this worldwide organisation is fit or purpose in the changing economic and healthcare environment, meeting the needs of our members and allowing them, in turn, to meet the needs of their patients/clients.”

    Her career is marked by her contributions to the advancement of nursing notably through the Professional Development Centre in Dublin, an education and research hub for nursing which she helped establish.

    The Council of National Nursing Association Representatives was also a strategic time for ICN as it was the occasion to elect new members to the ICN Executive Board. Divided in seven areas. Nominations resulted in the appointment of thirteen new candidates, including;
     Thembeka Gwagwa from South Africa representing Area 1
     Fatima Al Rifai from the Emirates representing Area 2
     Ioannis Leontiou from Cyprus representing Area 2
     Karen Bjoro from Norway representing Area 3
     Brigita Skela-Savic from Slovenia representing Area 3
     Roswitha Koch from Switzerland representing Area 4
     Maria Eulalia from Juvé Spain representing Area 4
     Pamela Cipriano from the United States representing Area 5
     Lisa Little from Canada representing Area 5
     Erika Caballero from Chile representing Area 6
     Lian-Hua Huang from Taiwan representing Area 7
     Sung Rae Shin from Korea representing Area 7
     Wu Ying from China representing Area 7

    Note for Editors
    The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a federation of more than 130 national nurses associations
    representing the millions of nurses worldwide. Operated by nurses and leading nursing internationally, ICN
    works to ensure quality care for all and sound health policies globally.
    For further information contact Lindsey Williamson at:
    Tel: +41 22 908 0100
    Fax: +41 22 908 0101

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * Travel Nursing / Re: Mumaris System New Account Online Registration by abbyoneisa: May 28, 2017, 10:20:05 AM
    Hello! Please can someone help me😫 I want to take the Prometrics exam. Last month I created my mumaris account for me to get my eligibility number but unluckily when I tried to open my account I forgot the username and the password I entered. And now I cant access my mumaris account. I'm trying so hard to remember it but it won't work. Someone told me that I can't recreate a new account because it might cause conflict with my files. Please help me what to do. Thanks.

    Hi. I would like to ask, were you able to access your mumaris account? Because I am experiencing the same issue. Tried to ask for Password Reset link but I don't receive any email.

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * News / Nurse who resigned for Wearing Sexy Uniform "Quits" Nursing for Modeling by Idowu Olabode: May 28, 2017, 07:06:08 AM
    Parichat "Pang" Chatsri, the 26-year-old nurse whose photo of her at work wearing a short skirt got Heart beat racing after it circulated online, is taking a break from nursing, with a career in modelling potentially on the cards.

    Eight days after a picture of her in hospital attire was widely shared on Facebook, she was contacted by two modelling agencies for castings.

    Ms Parichat was heavily criticised online for wearing a tight uniform that revealed her shape at work. After hospital executives summoned her for a warning, she agreed to loosen her uniform within a week.

    Read the initial story: Nurse Resigns for Wearing Sexy Uniform after pictures set Facebook on fire

    However, before the deadline, pressure on social media began to escalate, as did pressure from the hospital on her to take down the photos, fearing the images would tarnish the hospital's reputation.

    The talk with some of executives, however, resulted in her decision to resign on May 21.

    "This is my style. I have dressed like this all the time. I also posted photos on Facebook and it has never been a problem," she said, adding that she had worked at the hospital for four years.

    She said many young nurses also wear their uniform in the same manner as her, adding that government hospitals are stricter.

    She regularly posts photos of her in normal clothes and work dress on her Facebook page, Pang C-Yanin. It has attracted more than 56,000 followers.

    On May 13, one of her pictures was reposted by the Club of Nurse Lovers Facebook page with a new caption that read "Soldiers are not allowed to woo nurses as soldiers do not let us be government officials."

    At first, social media users shared the post as a gag, using an attractive nurse to raise awareness of the nurses' call for the government to give them civil servant positions instead of temporary contracts.

    The pictures were followed by comments directed at Ms Parichat's tight uniform.

    However, a lecturer of a state nursing science institution, who talked to the Bangkok Post but asked not to be named, said nurses' uniforms come in many styles and sometimes look modern. Professionalism and suitability for work are the key.

    She said Ms Parichat's uniform and her make-up were acceptable. However, it could be her posture in the photo that made the skirt appear shorter.

    The Club of Nurse Lovers Facebook page later apologised for the photo and is now closed.

    Ms Parichat, meanwhile, said she wants to take a break from nursing.

    "I want the issue to cool down before coming back. In the meantime, I want to try something else and see if it suits me," she said.

    "I studied nursing science following my parents' wishes. They said this profession is stable," Ms Parichat said, adding that she has been a full-time nurse since graduating almost four years ago working 16 hours -- two shifts of eight hours a day, six days a week.

    Don't miss other updates  like our facebook page to follow all updates

    You may also like: Romantic or Disgusting? Man Hides Ring Inside Stomach Wound to Propose to Nurse Girlfriend

    Source :

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * News / Malawi Nursing and Midwifery Council suspends nine Nurses over Negligence by katty: May 27, 2017, 08:48:54 PM
    In a move to curb negligence, the Nurses and Midwifery Council of Malawi (NMCM) has suspended nine nurses across the country.

    The decision followed reports of some nurses being negligent leading to loss of lives of Malawians who at that time needed utmost care.

    Confirming the development, NMCM board chairperson Bertha Chikuse said the decision followed analysis and consultation with their lawyers.

    However, the suspended nurses have described the move as unfair.

    Nurses in Malawi usually have a big workload due to shortage of nurses in hospitals but some are negligent while working, a development that sometimes costs lives of patients.

    Among such reports included one from Mangochi where nurse and a medical assistant delayed an ambulance from a health centre to Mangochi District Hospital which led to the death of a 15-year-old pregnant woman who was bleeding.

    The two stopped the ambulance because one of the health workers wanted to check clothes at a tailoring shop.

    A few kilometres later, the nurse stopped the ambulance as she wanted to buy baobab fruits locally known as ‘Malambe’ for her juice business.The pregnant woman died before the ambulance reached the hospital.

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * News / Nurse 'raped at gunpoint by inmate while guard hides' by katty: May 27, 2017, 08:41:36 PM

    Two nurses are suing the police department in Kane County, Illinois as well as a security firm

    Inmate Tywon Salters, 21, apparently managed to get control of his guard's gun 

    Allegedly barged into nurses' room and held them at gunpoint and raped one of them repeatedly for more than three hours

    Nurses claim the guard and police did not properly watch Salters

    A nurse was raped and tortured at gunpoint by an inmate because security guards had left him unshackled, a new lawsuit claims.

    The suit, filed by two nurses - who have been listed as John Does - at the Northwestern Delnor Hospital in Geneva, Illinois, alleges a prison guard ran and hid when Tywon Salters took them hostage.

    Salters, 21,  had been transported from a jail in Chicago because he had eaten a piece of plastic and was receiving treatment at the hospital. According to the lawsuit, he managed to con his guard into believing he didn't need his handcuffs, stole his guard's gun and took two nurses into a room, holding them at gunpoint for several hours before a SWAT team shot him dead and freed his hostages.

     Attorneys representing the nurses are blaming Kane County police as well as  security firm APEX3 for not properly protecting the hospital staff, according to CBS.

    'We are [filing suit] so this type of thing doesn’t happen to anyone else, and so that hospital staff can feel safe returning to work,' the nurses' attorneys said in a statement.

    The incident unfolded on May 13. Salters - who was transported to the hospital just five days prior - was in the hospital bed and was being guarded by a security man, who according to the nurses filing the suit, was not closely watching him and was rather reclining on his chair while on his laptop.

     In the afternoon, another guard, Shawn Loomis, took over watching Salters. After going to the bathroom, the inmate managed to convince Loomis that he didn't need to be handcuffed because he would need to go again soon.

    The nurses say it was at this point that Salters managed to take the gun. Loomis immediately run to a nearby room and hid.

    'The sheriff then took no action to attempt to regain control of his gun or protect hospital employees walking the floor,' the lawsuit claims.

    Salters - who has previously been convicted of grand larceny and armed robbery - then entered a nurse's room naked and forced her to take her clothes off so he could wear them.

    At this point, a second nurse entered the room. He left the first nurse behind and sent his new hostage to a decontamination room in the hospital - which at this point had been evacuated and was on lockdown - where, for three hours, he 'repeatedly beat her, forced her to remove her clothes, violently raped her, threatened her life, verbally abused her and held her at gunpoint,' the suit states.

    'The entire time that she was held captive, he held her hair with one hand and had the gun to her head with the other hand,' the nurses' attorney Sean Murray said. 'She was told she was going to die, told she was going to leave in a body bag.'

    After several attempts, the nurse convinced her 'rapist' to allow her to make a phone call. She used the opportunity to alert others to leave the hospital.

    'The quick thinking by this nurse likely saved other hospital staff from being harmed,' attorneys said in a statement.

    At around 4pm, the Kane County SWAT team stormed into the hospital and entered a violent exchange, during which a bullet grazed over one of the officers' vests and hit one of the nurses in the arm, the Chicago Tribune reports.  They shot Salters dead at the scene.

    Loomis and the SWAT officer who shot Salters have been placed on administrative leave.

     The Illinois Police Public Integrity Task Force is now investigating the inmate's death, following an Illinois law which requires a full report when there has been an officer-related death.

    Source :

    (Reply) (Quote)

    * Nursing Jobs / Obafemi Awolowo University Vacancies for Nursing Tutor 2 by Idowu Olabode: May 26, 2017, 09:24:04 PM

    The Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Centre for Distance Learning hereby invites applications from suitably qualified competent, experienced and resourceful applicants for the following positions:


    JOB LOCATION: Centre for Distance Learning Campus, Moro, Ife North Local Government Area.

    Full Time Appointment

    REMUNERATION: CONTISS 8 (N1,258,652.83 p.a.)


    To provide effective delivery of instructional materials, tutoring and support services to students through the Open and Distance Learning mode via appropriate technologies without compromising the quality of instruction.

    Applicants must possess a good Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Nursing or Nursing Science from a recognized University, plus Certificate of Registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN). He/she must have participated in the NYSC programme or be exempted from it. Possession of a current professional practicing license is mandatory. Any other qualification(s) is an added advantage.


    Applicants must have a minimum of three years post qualification cognate work experience.
    Specialized Skills
    Applicants must be computer literate, conversant with Microsoft Office packages and must have an aptitude for figures.
    He/she must possess effective oral and written communication skills, active listening skills, ability to assess and evaluate situations effectively, identify critical issues quickly and accurately, pay attention to details, must be able toorganize, prioritize and produce results under pressure.


     To facilitate the collection and editing of instructional materials from Instructors,
     To assist Instructors on course content conversion, video recording of the instructional materials into open and distance learning mode
     To establish interpersonal relationship with Course Coordinators, Instructors and other Tutors
     To assist Instructors in the writing and designing of Course Guide
     To answer students questions related to their course content (online facilitation)
     To respond to messages from students’ group and school administrators
     To liaise with Course Coordinators to obtain Examination Questions,Results and on other Academics matters
     To assist the Course Coordinators’ and Instructors in the Conduct of Examinations
     To assess students’ progress and provide support services
     To conduct research into the Theory and Practices of Open and Distance Learning education
     To suggest program or curriculum improvements to school administrators
     To prepare Course time-table and Academic Calendar
     To maintain required records and perform other duties fundamental to a typical Academic Staff in Higher Institutions.
     To interact cordially and communicate with students and
     To undertake any other duties as may be directed


     Applicants are required to submit hard copies of typewritten application,
    Curriculum Vitae and photo copies of their credentials (eight (8) copies of each)
    Applicants’ Curriculum Vitae should follow the format below:
    i. Full Name:
    ii. Post Desired:
    iii. Date of Birth:
    iv. Nationality:
    v. Permanent Contact Address:
    vi. Current Postal Address:
    vii. E-Mail Address and cell phone number:
    viii. Marital Status:
    ix. Number of Children with Names and Ages:
    x. Institutions Attended (with dates):
    xi. Academic and Professional Qualifications (with dates):
    xii. List of Publications with Details of Title, Publications with
    dates and pages (- for academic staff, where applicable):
    xiii. Working Experience with dates:
    xiv. Present Employment, Status, Salary and Employer:
    xv. Extra-Curricular Activities:
    xvi. Names and Addresses of Three Referees (two of who must be Academic or professionals in your relevant field) Referees should be requested to forward Confidential Reports on the applicant (in sealed envelopes) directly to the Administrative Secretary:
    xvii. Signature and Date
    Soft copies of Application Letter, Curriculum Vitae and credentials should also be sent online as a single MS Word Document in the order listed in the first line of this paragraph to

    Closing and Submission of application: Tuesday, 30th May, 2017.


    To follow all our News on Telegram join our channels on

    Don't miss any updates like our Facebook page to follow all updates

    (Reply) (Quote)

    Pages: 1 (2) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

    (Go Up)

    Nurses Arena Forum - Copyright © 2005 - 2014 Theme By S.a Martin. All rights reserved. SMF 2.0.13 | SMF © 2016, Simple Machines
    SMFAds for Free Forums

    Disclaimer: Every Nurses Arena Forum member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nurses Arena Forum.