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* Nursing Jobs / St Edward Specialist Hospital and Cardiac Centre RN/RM Vacancies by katty: November 16, 2017, 10:22:42 AM
St. Edward Specialist hospital located at #4, Dolapo Oshinaike street, off S-fort Estate, off Addo Road, Ajah, Lekki, Lagos, is a group medical practice comprising of highly trained medical professionals working together to provide best medical practice to the community.
 
The services of a dedicated, hardworking and respectable health care providers are needed at our facility for the following positions:
 
Posts:
. Registered Nurses
. registered Midwives
 
Requirements:
Interested applicants should have a current practising license
Registered with all necessary bodies
 
Method of application:
Applicants should send in their application letters and CV's to the email:
 
info@stedwardhospital.com
 
Note: Practitioners should reside around Ajah and its environs.
* Nursing Jobs / GarnetCare Medical Center Abuja Vacancies for Nurses by katty: November 16, 2017, 10:21:44 AM
Garnetcare care medical center is located at E3B,  Northstar Garden, off Sunnyvale junction, Dakwo District,  Abuja. The hospital is aimed at providing satisfactory health care services to clients/patients, Garnetcare medical center specialized in general paedriatics, and also provides services to inpatient and outpatient, laboratory service, pharmacy, school health services, school entry screening and lot more.
 
We are seeking to recruit licensed, passionate, dynamic and professional personnel to improve our service delivery in the position below
 
Position: Registered Nurse(RN)
 
Job location: Abuja.
 
Requirements:
Candidate should possess relevant qualifications and practicing license.
 
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CVs to :
 
garnetcare01@gmail.com
 
Application closing date 30th November, 2017.
* Nursing Jobs / Royal Orthopaedic Hospital And Medicare Vacancies by katty: November 16, 2017, 10:20:27 AM
Royal Orthopaedic Hospital And Medicare located at No 28, Ubiaja Crescent, Garki 2, Abuja Municipal is currently recruiting suitably qualified individuals for the following position:
 
AVAILABLE POSITION
. Nurses
 
REQUIREMENT
Single Qualified
Posses a valid registered license
 
METHOD OF APPLICATION
All interested applicant should aplly via email to:  royalorthopaedichospital28@gmail.com
 
or
 
submit your cv in person to: No. 28 Ubiaja crescent  After Tantalizer Garki 2 Abuja
 
APPLICATION CLOSE DATE
20 November, 2017
* News / British Nurse Deported from Sri Lanka for having Buddha Tattoo Wins Compensation by katty: November 16, 2017, 07:41:20 AM
British national Naomi Coleman, 41, who experienced a “hellish” ordeal when she was detained in Sri Lanka for four days and deported home in April 2014 because she had a tattoo of the Buddha on her arm, has been awarded compensation.

A culture clash with severe consequences

The mental health nurse from Coventry took legal action against the Sri Lankan authorities as soon as she arrived back in the UK.



The country’s Supreme Court ruled there was “no legal basis” for her arrest and said her treatment was “scandalous and horrifying” and that her rights had been violated. She got 800,000 Sri Lankan rupees (£4,000) in compensation.

An offensive tattoo of the Buddha

A Colombo Police spokesman said they arrested Ms Coleman at Bandaranaike Airport in Colombo for being culturally insensitive to the country’s majority Buddhist Sinhalese. Yet, Ms Coleman said the tattoo didn’t cause any issues during two previous visits to Sri Lanka.

“I am a practising Buddhist and meditate. That is why I have the tattoo – not out of disrespect for Buddhism.” She told the BBC.

A frightening ordeal

Whilst detained, the court heard she had been subject to “degrading treatment”.

One guard had “made several lewd, obscene and disparaging remarks of a sexually-explicit nature” towards Ms Coleman, while some police officers had forced her to give them money that left her “really frightened”.

Justice served

The officers involved in her arrest were ordered to pay her compensation. Ms Coleman said: “I’m very happy. I just wouldn’t want it to happen to anybody else.

Source :https://inews.co.uk/essentials/lifestyle/wellbeing/dementia-cafes-supportive-spaces/
* News / New Belizean Tops Regional Nurse Examinations by katty: November 16, 2017, 07:28:42 AM
The results of the Regional Exam for Nurse Registration were released the week and it shows an impressive performance by the students of the University of Belize.  The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) administers the exam to graduates who have completed an approved program of studies, among other requirements. Forty-seven students from Belize sat the exam in October of this year and twenty-four of them passed – all UB students.  News Five’s Andrea Polanco tells us more.
 
Bonaventure Nwangwu, RENR Top Scorer for Belize
“I feel so overwhelmed with joy. I always say it is not me; it is God. In everything that I do, I always put God first. When this year was starting, I asked God for a good year and he gave me a remarkable year.”
 
Andrea Polanco, Reporting
And what a remarkable year it has been for Bonaventure Nwangwu. The UB student received the highest score for the Regional Exam for Nurse Registration (RENR) for Belize. In October, forty-seven persons from Belize sat the exam and half of the students passed– these twenty-four passes are all from UB. Nwangwu, a Nigerian who came to Belize eight years ago, worked as a security guard and office clerk while taking classes at UB, but his passion to help others fueled his drive to succeed.

Bonaventure Nwangwu
“When I came to Belize I already had the desire to help people and I have always wondered how I could be of help to others. So, when I came to Belize I decided to go into the profession of nursing because I felt that this is where I could really impact lives positively; so that what my motivation for going into nursing.”
 
The RENR allows for standardization and improvement of nursing education, as well as exchange, ease-of-movement for Registered Nurses among the countries of the region. The RENR is a challenging exam and Belize’s performance has fluctuated over the years. This year, thirty-seven UB students, including Nwangwu, took the exam and twenty-four of them passed it. To better prepare their students, UB continues to make changes to its programme.

Leolin Castillo, Dean Faculty of Nursing, Allied Health & Social Work, UB
“We have incorporated different teaching strategies and methodologies in the classroom and have diversified the clinical experience for our students. So, the students are now getting a wealth of experience from different sources. From 2010, we have continued our institutional curriculum review process. Dr. Cynthia Thompson, however, started that process, in 2012.Based on what we have received from stakeholders, we are now looking at making some changes to our current Bachelor of Nursing programme. We are collaborating with the UWI in Jamaica to ensure that we are meeting the standard of nursing practice in the region.”
 
And the education at UB has left its mark on the top nursing student.

Bonaventure Nwangwu
“I had wonderful teachers. The impact they have made in my life is beyond the classroom setting. They have really impacted my life beyond the classes. I hope to go out there with that positive impact I got from my teachers to make a change in the world. Make the world a better place; contribute my own little to make the world a better place. My teachers were so wonderful and if should come back to UB, I want to have the same teachers (laughing).”
 
And while he is proud of his academic achievement, there is more for the student to celebrate. Nwangwu’s success story as an immigrant to Belize culminated with his citizenship last Friday:
 
Bonaventure Nwangwu
“This year I graduated from school. I had the highest G.P.A. This year I am getting my nationality as Belizean and this year I took my RENR exam and I had the highest score. So, I am so filled with joy and I give the highest glory to God.   Today, I could call myself a Nigerian-Belizean or also a Belizean because today I am being sworn in as a Belizean after being here for eight years; after working here for eight years and after being in school and graduating in Belize. So, you could say I am a Belizean.”
* Non Nursing Posts / UNILORIN Student Email Account Activation Procedure by katty: November 16, 2017, 06:33:32 AM
The management of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has released the student email activation procedure.

UNILORIN STUDENT EMAIL ACTIVATION PROCEDURE.
1). Click on ‘Login – Student Here’ link on the Google Apps for Education Icon on the left side corner of the University of Ilorin website ( i.e. https://www.google.com/a/students.unilorin.edu.ng/servicelogin)

2). Username: as provided by student and the Unilorin students domain name

3). Default Password (a.k.a. initial Password) for newly created student email: stdunilorin$2017

4). Accept the End User License Agreement (EULA), and click on Continue

5). Change your password ( 8 alpha-numeric characters minimum )

Students with complaint should click on the ‘Unilorin Google Apps Self Help Portal, or call on these phone numbers for support ( 08038366315, 08066219959)
* Non Nursing Posts / UNILORIN Fresh & Returning Students Registration Procedure For 2017/2018 by katty: November 16, 2017, 06:32:33 AM
UNILORIN Fresh & Returning Students Registration Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session

#UNILORIN FRESH STUDENTS REGISTRATION PROCEDURE.
NOTE: You are expected to make payments in Two(2) phases.

Phase I:
Payment of Pc-Tablet/bandwidth/Starter charges

Phase II:
Payment of University and Faculty charges.

STEP 1: BIO-DATA REGISTRATION

1. Once you have been cleared, visit the University of Ilorin Website (www.unilorin.edu.ng) and click on the New Undergraduate Portal link

2. Click on the Login Link on the Portal and log-in using your JAMB Registration Number as Login ID and Surname as your default password.

3. Fill the displayed Bio-data template carefully. You will be required to change your initial Password from your Surname to a new one which should be confidential and known to you alone. You are advised to choose a password that is difficult to guess but memorable to you. In case you forget your password, the password recovery is available online after payment of necessary charges. Please be mindful of the spellings and arrangements of your names.

STEP 2: COURSE REGISTRATION

a. After the completion of the Steps above, click on Course Registration link to proceed with your course registration

b. Print out your preliminary course registration form and forward to your Level Adviser, who should authenticate the courses you have selected before payment. Once you register for wrong courses you will need to use Add/Drop form to make amendment(s).
NOTE: Any Student who fails to authenticate with the Level Adviser selected courses before payment does so at his/her own risk.

c. After authentication, go back to the website and register as advised by your Level Adviser.

d. Your customized charges and levies would be displayed and you would be requested to make online payment for approved charges, using your ATM Verve or Master Card.

NOTE: Students are expected to pay only N250.00 in addition to the main charges and thus they are to ensure that there is enough balance in their bank accounts.

e. If payment is successful, you are to print the payment receipt and four copies of the final course form.

f. Forward the copies to your Level Adviser and Faculty Officer for appropriate signatures and collect your copy from the Faculty Office. Keep your copy safely as you would need it for your Examinations.

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR REGISTRATION IS INCOMPLETE EVEN AFTER SUBMISSION ONLINE UNTIL YOUR FORMS ARE ENDORSED BY YOUR LEVEL ADVISER AND FACULTY OFFICER WITHIN THE REGISTRATION PERIOD.

ADD AND/OR DROP FORM
NOTE: The form can be accessed after 3 weeks of registration. Processing of ADD/Drop Form is based on Semester and all procedures for actualizing ADD/DROP must be completed within the stipulated period.

Procedure for ADD/DROP
Students who have concerns regarding registration (e.g. error in registration) can add or drop courses. This should be done online without downloading any form by the affected students. The concerned students are required to pay online and effect changes as approved by their Level Adviser. Students should note that ADD/DROP of courses should be done within the period stipulated online by the University as lateness will not be condoned.

PAYMENT PROCEDURE
Students are to note that all payments shall be online and shall be through the use of ATM cards on the University Portal.

Note: ATM Cards on the InterSwitch platform are supported, including Verve and Master Cards.

STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO BEWARE OF FRAUDSTERS IN THE HANDLING THEIR PAYMENT CARD DETAILS AND REPORT ANY FRAUDULENT ACT TO THE SECURITY UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN

UNILORIN RETURNING STUDENTS REGISTRATION PROCEDURE.
NOTE: You are expected to make payments in Two(2) phases.
Phase I:
Bandwidth/Students’ Union charges
Phase II:
Payment of University and Faculty charges

1. Visit the Unilorin Website (www.unilorin.edu.ng) and click on the New Undergraduate Portal link.

2. Click on Login link on the Portal and log-in using your Matriculation Number as Login ID and Surname as your default password.
3. You are required to change your initial Password from your Surname to a new one which should be confidential and only known to you. You are advised to choose a password that is difficult to guess but memorable to you. In case you forget your password, the password recovery is available online after payment of necessary charges.
4. Please be mindful of the spellings and arrangements of your names during registration.
NOTE: If you are a student of the University of Ilorin and your name does not appear on the Good Standing List, interact with your Level Adviser to confirm your status.

GOOD STANDING

1. If you are in Good Standing or on Probation, click on Course Registration link and register for appropriate and relevant courses. You are to register for courses failed before registering for current level courses. Seek guidance from your Level Adviser.

2. Print out preliminary course registration form and present to your Level Adviser, who should authenticate the courses you have selected before you make payment.

3. After authentication, go back to the website and register as advised by your Level Adviser.

4. Your customized charges and levies would be displayed and you would be requested to make online payment for approved charges, using your ATM Verve or Master Card.

NOTE: Students are expected to pay only N250.00 as bank charges, in addition to the main charges and thus are to ensure that there is enough balance in their bank account to accommodate the charges.

5. If payment is successful, you are to print the payment receipt and four copies of the final course form.

6. Present the copies of the Registration form to your Level Adviser and Faculty Officer for appropriate signatures and collect your copy from the Faculty Office. Keep your copy safely as you would need it for your Examinations.

NOTE: Any Student who fails to authenticate selected courses before payment does so at his/her own risk. Once you pay and register for courses you are not expected to offer, you will need to use the Add/Drop form to make amendment(s).

IF NOT IN GOOD STANDING
If you are not in good standing, further instructions would be displayed as you may no longer be able to continue with your current programme. You are then advised to download a change of course form, on account of not being in good standing (where applicable). This attracts an online payment of N2000.00 only.

Steps on Change of Course(s)
1. Click on Change of Course link

2. Make online payment for Change of Course form on account of not being in good standing (provided you are qualified)

3. Download the form

4. Complete the form manually

5. Submit duly approved Transfer Form to the Directorate of Academic Support Services for processing and subsequent registration.

6. Applicants from the following Faculties with less than the required CGPA are qualified to transfer, on account of not being in good standing:
a. Basic Medical Sciences
b. Clinical Sciences (Nursing), and
c. Engineering and Technology

OTHER ISSUES
ADD AND/OR DROP FORM
NOTE: The form can be accessed after 3 weeks of registration. Processing of ADD/Drop Form is based on Semester and all procedures for actualizing ADD/DROP must be completed within the stipulated period.

Procedures for ADD/DROP
There are two procedures involved. The first is for students who are still within the range of 48 maximum credits and the other is for those seeking to register above 48 credits per session.

(A) Students who have concerns regarding registration (e.g. error in registration) can add or drop courses. This should be done online without downloading any form by the affected students. The concerned students are required to pay online and effect changes as approved by their Level Adviser. Students should note that ADD/DROP of courses should be done within the period stipulated online by the University as lateness will not be condoned.

(B.)Procedure for Additional Credit(s) after the normal 48 credits.
1. Payment for the Additional credit(s) is done at the prevailing cost of N1,000.00 and must be online.

2. The form is printed online from the portal and manually completed. Note that the permission of the Head of Department and approval of the Dean are required when you are adding above the maximum of 24 credits allowed per semester.

3. The form is to be forwarded to the Deputy Registrar (Academic Support Services) through the Dean with a copy of Course Registration Form and payment receipt attached to the form and the approval of the Dean, as related to the (2) above.

4. After approval by Academic Support Services, changes requested will be effected and an alert will also be sent to the concerned student who should print a new Course Registration Form from the portal. This form supersedes the earlier one.

5. The approved Additional Credit Form; Payment Receipt and old Course Form must be attached to the new Course Form and forwarded to the Level Adviser and Faculty Officer for endorsement.

6. Please note that the Academic Support Services will not treat any request for more than 24 credits per semester, if all the requirements in 2 and 3 are not met.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE EVEN AFTER SUBMISSION ONLINE UNTIL YOUR FORMS ARE ENDORSED BY YOUR LEVEL ADVISER AND FACULTY OFFICER WITHIN THE REGISTRATION PERIOD.

PAYMENT PROCEDURE
Students are to note that all payments shall be online and shall be through the use of ATM cards on the University Portal.

Note: ATM Cards on the InterSwitch platform are supported, including Verve and Master Cards.

STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO BEWARE OF FRAUDSTERS IN THE HANDLING THEIR PAYMENT CARD DETAILS AND REPORT ANY FRAUDULENT ACT TO THE SECURITY UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
* Non Nursing Posts / UNILORIN Hostel Accommodation Allocation Notice For 2017/2018 Academic Session. by katty: November 16, 2017, 06:29:50 AM
University of Ilorin, #UNILORIN hostel accommodation notice for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Following the resumption of students for the 2017/2018 academic session, the returning students are hereby notified that the allocation of the University owned hostels will be online.


The available bed spaces will be uploaded on Friday, 17th November, 2017 at 11.00am. Therefore, all returning students will be expected to cast lots for bed spaces at the above stipulated date and time.

The time for upload of bed spaces for all fresh students will be communicated in due course.

Students are advised to proceed with the payment of University Charges to enable them have access to the University owned hostels accommodation on their portals.

Students are equally enjoined to note that bed spaces are not transferable or sellable.
* Non Nursing Posts / Offline Message "whose Poly Full Time Admission Form Is Out". by katty: November 16, 2017, 06:27:14 AM
I shall update the thread here on "whose Poly Full Time Admission Form Is Out".
* Non Nursing Posts / UNILORIN 2017/2018 Admission List Out On JAMB Portal. by katty: November 16, 2017, 06:25:42 AM
News Unilorin 1st Batch (Merit) Admission List 2017/2018 Released!


Unilorin 1st Batch (Merit) Admission List 2017/2018 Released*!
Finally! The University of Ilorin, UNILORIN
This is to inform all the candidates who applied for
admission into the above mentioned institution in
the 2017 UTME and participated in the Unilorin Post
UTME Admission Screening are hereby inform that
the merit admission list has been released.

Although it has not been published on the School
official portal, but some of the aspirants have
received SMS from the school that they have been
admitted!


1 How to Check UNILORIN Admission List on The School Portal

Step 1: To check your admission status, go to the
admission checking portal at: http://
uilugportal.unilorin.edu.ng/login.php


Step 2: When the page opens up, enter your Login ID
and Password details on the spaces provided and.

Step 3: Click on the Login button to view your
admission status.

Good luck!

UNILORIN Admission List Out On JAMB Portal

The Unilorin Provisional Admission List has been
released on the Joint Admission and Matriculation
Board, JAMB Website – Candidates who have been
admitted can confirm their names on Jamb portal
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