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* Nursing Jobs / Re: POEA Japan Nurses and Caregivers Hiring 2017 (750 positions) by Vans01: May 24, 2017, 09:41:52 AM

greetings!

sir/maam;

I am interested and would like to apply as a staff nurse.
I had experience of 2 years as a medical secretary in clinic, and currently working in a tertiary hospital in pediatric ward,and floater to other wards like general ward,surgery ward and OB ward starting 2016.

thyank you.


Hello ms sharifa,
Did u. Submit your application in POEA?

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* Nursing Jobs / Re: POEA Japan Nurses and Caregivers Hiring 2017 (750 positions) by Vans01: May 24, 2017, 09:37:57 AM
To whom it may concern:
Greetings!

I am a registered nurse and I am interested in getting a job opportunity for caregiving in Japan. I am residing in Cebu.

Hello. Did u submit your application in POEA?

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* News / Zimbabwe Nurses Demostrate on the Street Over wrong placement and Salary by katty: May 24, 2017, 09:11:30 AM
Representatives of health workers from the country’s 10 provinces held a peaceful demonstration against the Health Services Board (HSB) this Tuesday in Harare for its failure to address a number of issues concerning the workers welfare.

The health workers grievances to the HSB among them include anomalies in the harmonisation of grades, night duty allowance, and basic packages for nurse managers and educators that need to be resolved.

The workers vowed to hold demonstrations every Tuesday until their plight has been addressed.

In their response through a statement, the HSB said harmonisation of grades was done in line with the government harmonisation policy in April 2017.

ppointment procedures were produced in 2010 to support the harmonisation policy.

The board added that having noted the possibilities of members having been omitted from the harmonisation exercise, at a health service bipartite meeting held on the 18th of May 2017, it was agreed that a validation exercise of qualifications by members be carried out service-wide.

On nurse managers, educators and other affected managers, the HSB said they are in constant discussion with the treasury to lobby for the payment of these and other allowances.- state media

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* News / First credentialing scheme for advanced nurses rolls out in UK by Nicola M by katty: May 24, 2017, 08:53:54 AM
A credentialing programme for nurses working at an advanced level of practice is being rolled out across the country by the Royal College of Nursing, following a successful pilot scheme.

As reported by Nursing Times last year, the RCN began testing the voluntary scheme in November in order to provide experienced nurses with “much-needed” recognition and to boost their career prospects.

There are currently no national competency standards set by the Nursing and Midwifery Council for advanced nurse practitioners. The new RCN scheme marks the first time nurses working at this level are able to receive accreditation for their practice.

To be accepted onto the RCN’s credentialing programme, nurses will have to demonstrate their experience, qualifications and competence to a group of expert assessors.

They must also have a prescribing qualification recorded with the NMC and must have completed a master’s degree.

However, the RCN said today that it would ensure transitional arrangements were put in place until December 2020 for those nurses who were already working at an advanced level but did not currently have a full master’s degree.

Up until this time, those affected nurses will be able to apply to the schme by providing a portfolio of evidence, said the college.

Nurses who are accepted onto the scheme will be included on a public database of advanced nurses.

They will also receive a badge and certificate, and will be given opportunities to become ambassadors for advanced practice for the RCN.

It noted that it would cost £275 to initially be included on the database and nurses would be required to renew their membership to the scheme every three years for £125.

Announcing the launch of the scheme, RCN chief executive and general secretary Janet Davies said it would help the profession adapt to new developments.

“The RCN is nursing’s professional body and we take seriously our commitment to value, promote and enhance the profession,” she said.

“Nursing is constantly developing and changing and the RCN’s credentialing programme will help the profession to adapt to this and recognise the new, complex roles which are emerging,” said Ms Davies.

“This programme will use the RCN’s expertise and unparalleled knowledge of the profession to help nurses develop their careers and give patients and employers confidence in the continuing development of their nursing staff,” she added.

Source:https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/workforce/first-credentialing-scheme-for-advanced-nurses-rolls-out/7018221.article

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* Nursing Jobs / Re: POEA Japan Nurses and Caregivers Hiring 2017 (750 positions) by Glenn: May 24, 2017, 07:26:49 AM
Hi good afternoon im a registered caregiver 46 yrs old hope to hear from you soon giepanlaqui16240531@gmail.com

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* Travel Nursing / Re: SCFHS: Good Standing Certificate from Saudi Nursing Council by Pam: May 24, 2017, 06:12:04 AM
Hi good day! I just want to ask if the good standing from saudi council have a validity date from the date it was released? How long the certificate is valid? Thank you

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* Nursing Jobs / Re: POEA Japan Nurses and Caregivers Hiring 2017 (750 positions) by sharifa cathrina abirin: May 24, 2017, 05:21:16 AM

greetings!

sir/maam;

I am interested and would like to apply as a staff nurse.
I had experience of 2 years as a medical secretary in clinic, and currently working in a tertiary hospital in pediatric ward,and floater to other wards like general ward,surgery ward and OB ward starting 2016.

thyank you.

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* News / Breaking: An Ethiopian Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the New WHO Director! by Idowu Olabode: May 23, 2017, 07:23:02 PM
Becomes first African to head World Health Organization

An Ethiopian has become the first African to head the World Health Organisation according to a press release by WHO earlier today.

Below is a copy of the press release

Today the Member States of WHO elected Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as the new Director-General of WHO.

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was nominated by the Government of Ethiopia, and will begin his five-year term on 1 July 2017.

Prior to his election as WHO’s next Director-General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ethiopia from 2012-2016 and as Minister of Health, Ethiopia from 2005-2012. He has also served as chair of the Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; as chair of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership Board, and as co-chair of the Board of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.

As Minister of Health, Ethiopia, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus led a comprehensive reform effort of the country's health system, including the expansion of the country’s health infrastructure, creating 3,500 health centres and 16,000 health posts; expanded the health workforce by 38,000 health extension workers; and initiated financing mechanisms to expand health insurance coverage. As Minister of Foreign Affairs, he led the effort to negotiate the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, in which 193 countries committed to the financing necessary to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

As Chair of the Global Fund and of RBM, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus secured record funding for the two organizations and created the Global Malaria Action Plan, which expanded RBM’s reach beyond Africa to Asia and Latin America.

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will succeed Dr Margaret Chan, who has been WHO’s Director-General since 1 January 2007.

For a list of nursing schools in Nigeria currently selling admission form for 2017/2018 Academic session check http://nursesarena.com/schools-of-nursing/

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* Undergraduate / LASU JUPEB Foundation 2017/2018 Admission Form on Sale by Idowu Olabode: May 23, 2017, 06:46:48 PM
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Lagos State University Foundation Programme which, shall commence in August, 2017.
 
The Programme shall run for 12 calendar months, beginning from August, 2017 to July, 2018, It is an intensive programme to prepare exceptionally brilliant candidates for admission into the 200 level Degree programme offered by JUPEB AFFILIATED UNIVERSITIES
 
The Programme is located in the Lagos State University Foundation Programme Campus, ASCON Road, Topa, Badagry.
 
The available courses and the admission requirements are:
 
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Available Courses & Requirements :
1. Medicine and Surgery, MB.BS: Five '0 level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
2. Dentistry BDS: Five '0 level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
3. Nursing BNSc: Five '0 level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
 
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(a) Five (5) Ordinary Level Credit Passes in relevant subjects, including English Language, For candidates who intend to study courses in Medicine/Dentistry/Nursing/Agric Science, Science Education, Social Sciences, Management Sciences and Engineering, Credit Pass in Mathematics is compulsory,
(b) Students who meet the admission requirements will be invited for a written qualifying examination,
(c) Successful candidates will be required to pay a non-refundable acceptance fee of Twenty Five Thousand tdaira only (N25,000.00).
 
METHOD OF APPLICATION
ONLINE PAYMENT
Applicants are required to make the payment of Fifteen Thousand Naira (N15,000,00) only, non-refundable fee via website: www.lasu.edu.ng/foundation

CLOSING DATE
The closing date for the Submission of application forms is One (1) month fnom the date of this publication, ie., Saturday, 24th June, 2017.
 
DATE FOR THE QUALIFYING EXAMINATION
A qualifying examination for admission into the Programme holds on Saturday, 8th July, 2017, at the LASU Foundation Programme Location, Topo Road, Badagry.
 
DATE OF APPLICATION
Late application may be entertained from Monday, 10th July, 2017, to Saturday, 29th July, 2017, Application costs Twenty Thousand Naira (N20,000.00) only,
 
LATE QUALIFYING EXAMINATION
Late qualifying examination holds on Saturday, 5th August,, 2017,
 
COMMENCEMENT OF LECTURES
Lectures commence on Monday, 4th September, 2017,
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
The programme is non-residential. Candidates offered admission into the programme will have syndicated rental hostel accommodation together with transportation,
 
Note: At the end of the intensive programme, courses shall be allocated to successful candidates on merit.
 
SIGNED:
LEWIS, Akinwunmi Oladapo
Registrar and Secretary to Council

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* News / Thailand: Nurse Resigns After her Picture in Sexy Uniform Went Viral on Facebook by Idowu Olabode: May 23, 2017, 04:20:33 PM
A nurse was forced to resign after 'bringing shame to her profession by wearing an 'overly sexy uniform' at work.

Parichat 'Pang' Chatsri, 26, was made to quit after a photo of her at a private hospital in Isan, Thailand, went viral on social media.

She was pictured in a tight-fitting lilac uniform with a short skirt that looked purpose-built to show off her slim figure.



The uniform was far from outrageous by western standards, but it was regarded as provocative in Thailand.

Critics accused Ms Chatsri of dressing inappropriately and disrespecting the nursing profession.

The photograph went viral after it was shared on the social media page of a group called the Thai Nurse Lovers Association.

Ms Chatsri has now issued a public apology.

'I explained to the board at the hospital but they have high regards for the hospital's image,' she explained.

'I understood them, and I didn't want it to be a big deal. So I took responsibility by resigning.

'I'd like to apologise to the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council and the hospital. I don't want the public to judge all nurses based on my image.'

By resigning, Ms Chatsri said she felt it was her responsibility to protect the reputation of both the hospital and the profession.

She added: 'I do not want trouble. It happened and I was responsible. I need to improve myself.'


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