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* Schools of Nursing / UBTH School of Nursing 2017/2018 Post Basic Nursing Application Form on Sale by Idowu Olabode: January 12, 2017, 11:09:47 PM
Applications are invited from suitably qualified. candidates for the entrance examination for admission into the above School of Nursing in March 2017 for Eighteen (18) months (Post Registration) Nursing Programme leading to the award of Registered Nurse Certificate (RN).
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS

1. Candidates must not be less than 18 years old.
2. Must possess the following : WAEC/GCE (0/Level)/SSCE/NECO with five (5) credits in not more than two (2) sittings in the following subjects, English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
3. Candidate must also possess Registered Midwifery Certificate (RM) or Registered Psychiatric Nurse Certificate (RPN)
 
APPLICATION FORM

Application forms should state age, state of origin, local government area, school(s) attended with qualifications obtained and addressed to the Principal.
 
COLLECTION OF APPLICATION FORM

Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Principal with a non-refundable fee of N10,000.00 (ten thousand Naira) only. This should be made payable to UBTH TREASURY SINGLE ACCOUNT (TSA) VIA THE REMITA PLATFORM IN ANY COMMERCIAL BANK UNDER THE SERVICE TYPE "TRAINING SCHOOL- SCHOOL OF NURSING
 
Candidates are to submit four (4) recent coloured passport photographs (taken in proceeding two weeks) while returning the completed application  forms,
 
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED FORMS: MONDAY- 20th FEBRUARY, 2017
EXAMINATION DATE- WEDNESDAY 22nd FEBRUARY, 2017
TIME- 10:00AM
VENUE- SCHOOL OF NURSING, UBTH

Chukwurah M.N
Head of Department/Principal

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* Travel Nursing / Re: My HAAD Nurse Registration Journey and Experience: A Guide for other Nurses by Otolonrin T: January 12, 2017, 10:19:21 PM
I have been a silent follower of this thread and I got inspired by you to start my haad registration as a Registered Midwife. When I started, I had issue with my good standing certificate as it took council almost 3months before the new registrar could sign. Anyway that's now a past thing. I submitted my application to HAAD just yesterday after getting my dataflow report. I submitted my RN, RM and BNSC results.

Are you now in UAE, please come and update this thread as it is the guide I'm following o don't let me be stranded.

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* News / At Last Nursing Internship Begins this January! Congratulations Nigerian Nurses by katty: January 12, 2017, 06:57:57 PM
The much awaited Internship for graduate nurses is to begin this January according to a circular issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

The circular dated January 9th, 2017 signed by A. G. Yusuf (Mrs.) for the Secretary General/ Registrar NMCN and addressed to The Vice Chancellors of all Universities in Nigeria with Approved Departments of Nursing read as follows:
 
COMMENCEMENT OF ONE YEAR INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME FOR GRADUATES OF THE BACHELOR OF NURSING SCIENCE (B.N.Sc.) IN NIGERIA

 
The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria is pleased to inform you that approval has been given by the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation for the commencement of one year internship for the Graduates of the B.N.Sc programme in Nigeria. Approval has also been given for the incorporation of the Internship Scheme into the Scheme of Service of the Federation.
 
The details on the above are contained in the Circular from the Office of the Head of Service of the Federation to the Hon. Minister of Health, Ref. No. HCSF/EPO/EIR/CND/ 100/ST dated 7TH , September 2016.
 
In view of the above, the Council has concluded arrangements for the commencement of the internship programme from January 2017. To facilitate the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the programme as well as assessment of the Interns, the Council has produced the following documents:
 
1. Implementation Guide for Internship programme for Graduates of Bachelor of Nursing Science programme
2. Logbook for the internship and
3. The Checklist for the Supervision of the B.N.Sc. Nurse- Interns.
 
These documents are available in the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria as saleable items for the Department of Nursing to obtain in preparation for the mobilization of the next available set of eligible graduates for the internship.
 
The Council expresses sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Management of the University for the support and cooperation as we work towards the promotion and maintenance of excellence in Nursing and Midwifery education and practice in Nigeria.
 

Recall that approval of nursing internship in nigeria came last year after years of struggles and in house fighting.

Attached below is a copy of the circular

Congratulations Nigerian Nurses, so happy this is coming to fruition!

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* Schools of Nursing / List of Approved Schools of Nursing in Kenya by WinnieKaribu: January 12, 2017, 06:43:52 PM
1.   Armed Forces Memorial School of Nursing
2.   KMTC Bomet
3.   KMTC Bondo
4.   KMTC Bungoma
5.   KMTC Eldoret
6.   KMTC Embu
7.   KMTC Garissa
8.   KMTC Homa Bay
9.   KMTC Kabarnet
10.   KMTC Kakamega
11.   KMTC Kapkatet
12.   KMTC Kilifi
13.   KMTC Kisii
14.   KMTC Kisumu
15.   KMTC Kitale
16.   KMTC Kitui
17.   KMTC Lodwar
18.   KMTC Longisa
19.   KMTC Machakos
20.   KMTC Makueni
21.   KMTC Mathare
22.   KMTC Meru
23.   KMTC Migori
24.   KMTC Mombasa
25.   KMTC Msambweni
26.   KMTC Muranga
27.   KMTC Nairobi
28.   KMTC Nakuru
29.   KMTC Nyamira
30.   KMTC Nyeri
31.   KMTC Port- Reitz
32.   KMTC Siaya
33.   KMTC Thika
34.   KMTC Vihiga
35.   KMTC Webuye
36.   Kenyatta National Hospital Nursing School
37.   Parklands Training School
38.   Pumwani Maternity School of Midwifery

Approved Private School of Nursing

1.   AIC Kapsowar School of Nursing
2.   AIC Litein School of Nursing
3.   AMREF Virtual Nursing School
4.   Catherine McAuley School of Nursing
5.   Clive Irvine College of Nursing
6.   Consolata Hospital, Nkubu School of Nursing
7.   Consolata Hospital, Nyeri School of Nursing
8.   Consolata Hospital, Ortum School of Nursing
9.   Consolata Hospital, Wamba School of Nursing
10.   Fidenza School of Nursing, Kyeni
11.   Getrudes Training Center
12.   Joan School of Nursing
13.   Karen Hospital Training College
14.   Kendu Adventist Hospital School of Nursing
15.   Kijabe School of Nursing
16.   King’s Medical College – Nyeri
17.   Matibabu Foundations College of Health Sciences: Mary Ann Van Dam School of Nursing
18.   Maseno Mission Hospital School of Nursing
19.   Matric Institute of Professional Studies
20.   Maua Methodist Hospital School of Nursing
21.   Maseno School of Nursing
22.   Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital
23.   Nairobi Womens Hospital
24.   Nazareth School of Nursing
25.   NEP College of Health Sciences
26.   North Coast Medical Training College
27.   Nzoia College Nursing
28.   Our Lady Lourdes Mission Hospital School of Nursing, Mwea
29.   Outspan Medical College
30.   PCEA Surburb College Nakuru
31.   PCEA Tumutumu School of Nursing
32.   Ram School of Nursing
33.   St. Camillus School of Nursing
34.   St. Clares Kaplong School of Nursing
35.   St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, Mukumu
36.   St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing Migori
37.   St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing Nyabondo
38.   St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing Kilgoris
39.   St. Lukes Hospital School of Nursing, Kaloleni
40.   St. Lukes Hospital School of Nursing, North Kinangop
41.   St. Mary’s Mission Hospital
42.   Tenwek School of Nursing
43.   The Nairobi Hospital Cicely McDonnell School of Nursing
44.   WAKA CMEC School of Nursing and Midwifery

Universities approved to train nurses at Diploma level

1.   Aga Khan University
2.   Egerton University
3.   Presbyterian University of East Africa



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* Exams / Re: NMC CBT SAMPLE QUESTIONS by tinparagas25: January 12, 2017, 06:20:07 PM
hi,i was wondering if any of you have encountered the CBT for children's nursing? I received my authorisation to test from pearson vue and my pre approved exam is for children's nursing. problem is, i haven't seen any post regarding this test as most of the applicants have taken adult nursing test. thank you so much and i hope for a reply.

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* Free Nursing Books / Re: The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures 9th Edition by tinparagas25: January 12, 2017, 06:19:01 PM
hi,i was wondering if any of you have encountered the CBT for children's nursing? I received my authorisation to test from pearson vue and my pre approved exam is for children's nursing. problem is, i haven't seen any post regarding this test as most of the applicants have taken adult nursing test. thank you so much and i hope for a reply.

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* Exams / Re: How to Pass NMC CBT: CBT Exam for Nurses in UK by tinparagas25: January 12, 2017, 06:16:29 PM
hi,i was wondering if any of you have encountered the CBT for children's nursing? I received my authorisation to test from pearson vue and my pre approved exam is for children's nursing. problem is, i haven't seen any post regarding this test as most of the applicants have taken adult nursing test. thank you so much and i hope for a reply.

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* News / Kenya: Nurses in Tharaka-Nithi end strike after receiving December salaries by Idowu Olabode: January 12, 2017, 03:48:01 PM
Health workers in Tharaka-Nithi County have called off a strike that had lasted for three days after receiving their delayed December salaries.

The workers were also demanding the remittance of pending statutory deductions for the last few months.

Addressing journalists in Chuka Town on Thursday, Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) branch chairman Fabian Marigu asked the nurses to resume work on Friday morning.



“I have confirmed that all members have received their salaries and I therefore call off the strike and we shall be resuming work tomorrow,” said Mr Marigu.

Mr Marigu confirmed that the pending statutory deductions had been remitted but asked the county government to avoid such delays which inconvenience the employees.

He also asked the union’s members to scrutinise their payslips to ensure there are no illegal deductions by their employer.

The official faulted the county government for delaying their salaries and forcing them to paralyse services.

“Let the county ensure that we have our salaries in time to avoid causing suffering to patients,” he said.

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* News / 'The NHS is at breaking point': Nurses share their experiences by Idowu Olabode: January 12, 2017, 03:37:21 PM
Leading nurses say conditions in the National Health Service are the worst they have ever experienced. Below are a selection of the experiences of nurses and former nurses who got in touch to share their experience and the problems they say they face working within the NHS.

Anne, nurse consultant

I have been a nurse for 30 years, but I am also currently due to undergo surgery, which has been cancelled three times since November 2016, so I feel I really see both sides of the impact of the cuts.



I feel the treatment the NHS is able to offer and the working conditions of staff have both gone markedly downhill since 2008, as the direct result of government cuts to both the services the NHS offers and the number of staff it employs.

I think the responsibility for the problems the NHS is currently facing rest firmly at the government's door.
Both medical and NHS trust staff are doing the best they can without the resources they desperately need.

The people I treat are often very ill by the time they reach me, as a result of huge cuts to other departments and services.

The NHS is at breaking point.

Heather, nurse

I'm 24 years old, and I've been a nurse for two years.
I should be at the start of a long and wonderful career, which was my dream for many years.

However, I am so overworked I can't continue.

I am a front-line nurse on a ward, and the other day I started work at 07:00 and left at 23:30, with only a total of 45 minutes break all day.

With an ageing nursing workforce, I'm really concerned, because if I can't do it as a 24-year-old, then I really worry about the nurses coming up for retirement.
I worked full-time for over a year at a hospital in Birmingham.

However, I recently left because the staffing compared to patient dependency (that means how poorly they are) was so bad it scared me enough to leave.

We frequently had one junior nurse in charge of the ward, and very often had one nurse take care of four high-dependency patients (patients that need one nurse between two of them).

We had to leave all admissions until the nightshift because there was no time in the day, which meant patients often being moved on to the ward as late as 03:00.

Basic nursing care was often missed due to the lack of staffing, and resources and training were almost always cancelled due to lack of staff on the ward.

And this was not a one-off, this was all the way through the hospital, all the time.

Josephine, health care assistant

I have worked in a busy hospital in Plymouth for nearly 10 years.

I have watched and listened in despair at people haranguing the NHS and what we aren't doing, but the problem is not the hospitals.

The problem is bed-blocking because of a lack of other places for patients to go.

And that can only be addressed by the social services system.

We outsource all our social care to independent companies that ask enormous amounts for the elderly and disabled, and this is not realistic.

One of my patients some weeks ago, had been stuck on our ward for months because a suitable next step couldn't be found for him.

We need to empty our beds of people who need longer term social care, so we can treat those who are sick and then have somewhere for them to go on to after initial treatment.

We need more viable old-age homes, and more mental health facilities, because care in the community does not always work and people often simply end up back in hospital.



Sue, retired nurse


I am a recently retired nurse.

I was a nurse manager for many years, and I believe the root of the problem for the NHS is the year-on-year cost cutting forced on every single department by successive governments.

Whilst the government puts money into areas such as accident and emergency, it is constantly taken out again by the annual cost-cutting.

The prime minister has spoken about improving access to mental health services for young people.

When I started working in management, in Cumbria, 20 years ago, there were services for young people close to home.

There were also more beds for adult mental health patients, but annual cost-saving meant wards were closed and beds disappeared in West Cumbria, meaning that service users were admitted to Carlisle or further afield.

This meant a minimum of an 80-mile round trip for families in an area of the country where public transport is often very poor.

Maybe if the government stopped the annual cuts to budgets and bolstered the system with adequate funds, the NHS would have a chance of surviving and delivering the quality service that its staff want to deliver.

Source : BBC

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* Schools of Nursing / Re: kenya medical training college 2016/2017 intake For Nursing Courses by Mary Mghoi: January 12, 2017, 01:34:14 PM
Am request for Diploma course in nursing as am passionate in that job. I attained C plain as my  mean grade Eng. C Kisw  B- Math D+  Biology & Chem D. Thank you for your consideration

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