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* News / Meet UK Registered Nurse Who Gave Up Nursing to Become a Train Driver by katty: September 02, 2018, 05:34:34 PM
When a friend first suggested that Laura MacDonald apply to become a train driver, she thought the idea was absurd.

She couldn’t even drive a car, let alone a train, and getting through the rigorous assessment process seemed a terrifying prospect.

But, as the months went on, she couldn’t get the idea of driving a train out of her head.

‘I loved being a nurse when I first started out and thought I’d do it forever,’ she says.



‘But after six years I began to find it increasingly stressful. I worked in a hyper-acute stroke unit at St George’s Hospital in London, and it was full-on – in the first year of the job I’d lost 2 stone from stress, I’d work 12-13 hours a day and was beginning to suffer from burnout.’

A chance meeting with a train driver called Polly changed everything. The pair got chatting on a night out, and Laura was fascinated to hear about Polly’s day-to-day life on the tracks of London.

Quickly, Polly became a close friend, and regularly told Laura what a fantastic train driver she’d make, too, because of how good she was at keeping a cool head.

‘It wasn’t a career that had ever crossed my mind,’ says Laura.

‘It’s such a male-dominated industry and I’d never been particularly into trains, although as a child I loved standing under the railway bridge in my hometown, waving at the trains to try and get them to beep at me.’

But the more she thought about it, the more Laura loved the idea, and tentatively began the application process. When she found out she’d been accepted for assessment, she was over the moon.

‘I couldn’t believe it was really happening,’ she says. ‘A few of my friends and family found it a bit weird and questioned why I’d want to give up nursing, a good career I’d worked so hard for. But I felt so sure I was doing the right thing.’

Just 5.4% of Britain’s 19,000 train drivers are women, and of the 15 people accepted on Laura’s cohort for assessment, three were women.

Assessments were gruelling: potential drivers need to prove they can focus on two things at once with psychometric tests, and that they have the right temperament for the job with a personality test.

There are also rigorous concentration tests, logical and numerical reasoning tests, mechanical aptitude tests and one-and-a-half-hour-long interviews.

‘I was so nervous because I wanted the job so badly,’ says Laura.

‘But I think being a nurse prepared me well for keeping a cool head under pressure. I studied obsessively but was convinced that I wasn’t going to pass. But on the last day the assessor shook my hand and said, “From one driver to another, well done, you’ve passed,” I was shell-shocked.’

For the next two years, Laura would undergo rigorous training, including 900 hours of classroom teaching and 225 hours on the track with an instructor. It wasn’t all smooth sailing – Laura sprained her ankle badly and was ‘off-track’ for six weeks.

But luckily the company were supportive and she made a full recovery.

In May this year, almost three years after submitting her initial application, Laura became a train driver.

‘I can’t tell you how much I love my job,’ she says.

‘I go to work every day with a smile on my face. I love being kept on my toes, and that feeling like you’re your own boss – if anything goes wrong you need to deal with it yourself. Then there’s the camaraderie between drivers. You see the same faces, and I’m always ready to wave at drivers I know.’

Laura learns one route at a time, and currently drives a train from Selhurst, Surrey to London Victoria. ‘I was petrified the first time I drove by myself,’ she says. ‘It was a short trip, just 55 minutes, but I loved it.’

Surprisingly, it’s not the constant concentration or the weight of responsibility that Laura finds most challenging. ‘Becoming confident about doing announcements over the tannoy has been tough,’ she says.

‘I’m shy and hate talking over the phone, so at first I would stumble or giggle. But I’ve got a lot better – I try to be funny or make the passengers aware I’m also a human being.’

Laura has a couple of female train driver friends, but the majority of her colleagues are male.

‘Most of the blokes are older and quite fatherly,’ she says. ‘We go for drinks and all get on so well – it’s a family feeling. It’s not a laddy culture, but there is a bit of banter.’

The majority of Laura’s friends have been supportive of her change in career.

But there are a few raised eyebrows when she tells new people what she does for a living.

‘People are surprised as it’s such a male-dominated job,’ she laughs. ‘One or two of my friends have made jokes about me being a stereotypical lesbian because I’ve got cats and a motorbike, and I drive trains.’

But there’s one person in particular who thinks Laura’s job is amazing. ‘My three-year-old niece loves telling people her Auntie Laura drives trains, and gets so excited when she sees one,’ says Laura.

‘I always give kids a beep when I see them from my window, just like the drivers did for me when I was little.’


Laura hopes more women will choose to go into careers traditionally seen as masculine. ‘To women who want to go into male-dominated roles, do it,’ she says.

‘Driving a train is an amazing job. I get so excited when I’m waiting for a train and there’s a female driver. You can do anything a man can do. There’s nothing to stop us doing what we want.’

Britain's first female train driver

Laura found the world of train driving to be a warm and welcoming place, but things haven’t always been so good for female drivers.

When the late Karen Harrison became the first female train driver in the UK in 1978, she was subjected to a decade of physical and verbal harassment from colleagues who disapproved of her presence in a masculine world.

‘Ten years of hell. It’s a bit tough when you’re only a teenager and you’re hit by this gigantic tidal wave of hate,’ she said.

‘To a lot of the men, I was the proverbial turd in the swimming pool. Every day I walked into the mess room I’d be s**tting myself, but strutting about pretending not to be. I couldn’t let them create no-go areas for me; that would’ve established a precedent and we couldn’t have that – it would’ve been the beginning of the end.’

Karen campaigned heavily to improve life for women on the tracks and rose through the ranks of the train drivers’ trade union ASLEF, before eventually retiring to study law at Oxford University.

‘I find studying hard,’ she said. ‘But it’s easier than driving trains. It’s hard to get too stressed about exams when you’ve experienced brake failure approaching a red signal, especially when you can see another train crossing the junction in front of you.’

Female train drivers: the facts

Women account for just 5.4% of train drivers in the UK, up from 4.2% in 2012.
ASLEF, the train drivers’ trade union, has placed pressure on rail companies to improve diversity with specific recruitment campaigns for women.
The average train driver salary is £47,101, and perks include free or heavily discounted rail travel, long holidays, flexible working hours and decent pensions and maternity packages.

Source : https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/nurse-gave-up-medical-career-13170633
* News / UCH Ibadan School Of Nursing Entrance Exam Result For 2018/2019 Released by katty: September 02, 2018, 12:37:34 PM
UCH Ibadan School of Nursing Entrance Exam Result for 2018/2019 academic session is out. This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, School of Nursing just concluded entrance examination that they can now check their scores.

How to Check UCH Ibadan School of Nursing Entrance Examination Result

The underlisted candidates were successful at the above named examination conducted on the 14th July, 2018. They are therefore to report at Room 6 Enquiry of the School of Nursing for letter of interview from Wednesday 5th September, 2018 between the hours of 9.00a.m and 3.30p.m daily.

1 9882 GRACE OYINDAMOLA S.
2 9874 HAMMED ADEKUNLE R.
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385 9942 SHITTU RUKAYAT B.
386 9974 IGBAFEN WINNER
387 10053 ADESINA ADETOUN SHERIFAT
388 10094 ADELEKE VICTORIA ADEBIMPE
389 10095 ABDUR-RAHAMON RAHEEMAT OLABISI
390 10107 AKANGBE OMOLOLA FAITH
391 10112 BABALOLA OMONIYI JOSEPH
392 10129 OLALEYE AZEEZAT AJOKE

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393 10136 AKANDE BLESSING ADEOLA
394 10150 OLUGOKE OLUTOOKE COMFORT
395 10168 ABIONA AZEEZAT ABOSEDE
396 10174 BAKARE ISIWAT ADEDOYIN
397 10231 OMONIYI AISHA A.
398 10244 ALLIU DORCAS
399 10247 ALESINLOYE KAUSARAT
400 10328 AKPEISAMA NGOZI. M.
401 10413 TUTE MARY BIUWOVWI
402 10425 OLUWAROTIMI FEYISAYO JOY
403 10444 JEMINUSI OLUWADAMILOLA O.
404 10467 ADIGUN GAFFER ISHOLA
405 10484 OLOWOOKERE MORENIKEJI E.
406 10493 PEARL IFEYINWA NWAKPA
407 10534 AYANTUNJI WALIYAT
408 10642 OLARINDE GRACE
409 10732 GIDIGASU MARY AKOSWA
410 10744 ADEPOJU PRAISE FADESEWA
411 10770 BASHAIR SHARON TOLUWANIMI
412 10785 AFOLAYAN DAMILOLA FUNMILAYO
413 10787 AKINSANYA RUKAYAT
414 10798 MOFINYINFOLUWA T. SHOTE
415 10808 AYODELE MARY ADENIKE
416 10821 AJILA BLESSING OLUWADAMILOLA
417 10841 OJEDEJI ESTHER OLUWAKEMI
418 10881 ABDULLAHI RIZQAT
419 10900 ADEYEMI TITILAYO MARY
420 10924 ODUNWOLE FAITH
421 10994 AIYANYOR JIM B.
422 11003 ADENEKAN ADEJUMOKE
423 11024 ADEAGBO SULIYAT
424 11052 ODIBI TINA ISIOMA
425 11091 BAKARE ZAINAB OLUWASEUN

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426 11095 OGUNLAN BISOLA R.
427 11108 BUSY JOSEPH JOHN
428 11136 NWANI ORIRE D.
429 11189 AGBOOLA RACHEAL T.
430 11203 IKOLO RITA ONOME
431 11218 OBABIYI RONKE M.
432 11293 OYEWOLE LATIFAT OLAJUMOKE
433 11319 ARISE TAYE CATHERINE
434 11381 IJEOMA PRISCILLIA
435 9694 EYINADE ESTHER ADEOLA
436 9713 MOSES DEBORAH
437 9750 OGUNMOYIWA RHODA A.
438 9759 ADEKANBI OLAYEMI AGNES
439 9766 WURAOLA MATILDA GBEMISOLA
440 9786 DANIEL STELLA OGOOLUWA
441 9815 DADA CHARLES ADEMOLA
442 9858 SHOBANDE RUTH KEHINDE
443 9933 MAKINDE IYABO B.
444 9936 ABIODUN ENIOLA T.
445 9937 FAKUNLE BLESSING A.
446 9957 OLATUNJI BUKOLA O.
447 9959 AGBOOLA KHALILAT M.
448 9979 KOLAWOLE OMOBOLA
449 10016 ANJORIN IDOWU OLUWATOMI
450 10048 OLUWASANYA BLESSING OLUWATOBI
451 10052 AFOLABI OYINDAMOLA GOD’S JOY
452 10056 ITSEKURE ORITSEMATOSAN
453 10057 ADESOLA ADEWUMI OLUJOKE
454 10159 YAKUBU WALIU T.
455 10162 OKUNRINBOYE TOSIN GLORIA
456 10181 ADEWOLE OYINDAMOLA ESTHER
457 10195 AGWA DAVID C
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462 10359 NWAINYINYA NGOZI HAPPINESS
463 10370 ATINUKE JULIET FAKOLUJO
464 10435 FAMAKINWA ESTHER. S.
465 10488 AJIBIKE BARAKAT MOROMOKE
466 10495 ANDREW FAITH OGWA
467 10512 MUSTAPHER FAIDAT O.
468 10513 NWAMINI BENEDICTA E.
469 10514 ABIOYE ABIDEMI ANUOLUWAPO
470 10523 OLADIPUPO SHERIFAT BUKKY
471 10556 AREOLA MERCY OLATEJU
472 10569 ABANEKE PEACE C.
473 10572 OLADIMEJI VICTORIA O.
474 10579 SUNMOLA TEMILOLUWA A.
475 10585 TAIWO OYINKINSOLA M.
476 10612 DAODU FAVOUR O
477 10613 WILLIAMS OLUWASEUN
478 10633 BANJO GRACE A.
479 10704 OKORIE LIZZY A.
480 10711 OBISANYA REBECCA OLUWATOYIN
481 10767 HAMEED BALIKIS OLAITAN
482 10858 OLAPINSIN BOLUWATIFE A.
483 10890 SUARAU GANIYAT O.
484 10902 ADEYEMI HANIEL S.
485 10932 OYINDAMOLA ADEKUNLE
486 10952 ADESOKAN ADESEWA B.
487 10985 OWOEYE OLALEKAN TIMOTHY
488 11016 OWOSENI BOLUWATIFE
489 11053 ORIMOLOYE FALAYEMI REBECCA
490 11067 ISHOLA RUTH MOTUNRAYO
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492 11102 OSHIKOWA OMOTOMILOLA G.
493 11141 OLADITI OYINKANSOLA M.
494 11142 TAIWO SUKURAT OLOLADE
495 11145 OSEROVINOJA OGUENETEGA
496 11154 OLAWEPO MOYINOLUWA O.
497 11175 DAVID JOY ANUOLUWAPO
498 11182 ALABI GRACE ADEBOYIN
499 11192 OJEWUYI FOLAKEMI D.
500 11201 UBA BLESSING O
501 11202 AKINKUNMI SIMILEOLUWA A.
502 11208 OYAKALE IREAYO
503 11226 ODUBOTE OLUWANIFEMI S.
504 11327 ADETUNJI FATIMOH Y.
505 11377 AFOLABI ENIOLA. O
506 11378 AMOBI VIVIAN O.
507 11386 OMOTORUGWA MARY O.
508 11390 PHILLIP INEMENT
509 11391 AKINSOLA ESTHER A.
510 11397 ADEAGBO TOBILOLA SEUN
511 11415 TAIWO MERCY T.

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* Travel Nursing / Re: NMC Overseas Nurses Registration:How to Become a Registered Nurse in UK by Cerebra: September 01, 2018, 11:11:30 PM
Please, after completing all the processes, will an individual be allowed to relocate to the UK with the spouse and/or family members?
Thanks
* News / India: Bihar Minister Launches Nursing Council Website by katty: September 01, 2018, 06:29:20 PM
State health minister Mangal Pandey launched the website of Bihar Nurses Registration Council-Patna at a programme organized by the State Health Society Bihar here on Friday. The minister congratulated the nursing fraternity for putting extra efforts to ensure launch of the website – www.bnrcpatna.com.

Pandey said the state government was committed to ensuring digitization of health services. “Medical students, who are pursuing revised auxiliary nurse midwifery (RANM), general nursing and midwifery (GNM), BSc and MSc nursing courses, will get materials and information about the affiliated government and private nursing colleges in Bihar on the website,” he said.

The minister said heads of all nursing colleges in Bihar should update the list of the students studying at their institutes. “The applications for admission in nursing colleges and the results will be uploaded to the website,” Pandey said, adding the Bihar Nurses Registration Council will issue certificates to qualified nurses.

“Registered nurses from other states can also transfer their registrations to Bihar and practise here,” Pandey added. The council will also conduct examination of RANM, GNM, BSc and MSc nursing courses, monitor nursing institutes in state and take action against malpractices and professional misconducts. Principal secretary of health department Sanjay Kumar, who was also present at the launch, said all the states have their own council for nurses. “The department has taken a good step towards digitisation of nursing and midwifery registration. Now, the professionals will not have to run from pillar to post for registration,” he said.

Credit: Times of India
* Nursing Jobs / Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Massive Vacancies for Registered Nurses by katty: September 01, 2018, 10:21:04 AM
Specialties Needd


1.    ENT Nursing

2.    Cardiothoracic Nursing

3.    Nephrology Nursing

4.    Peri – Operative Nursing

5.    A & E Nursing

6.    Burns & Plastics Nursing

7.    Intensive Care Nursing

8.    Paediatrics Nursing

9.    Bachelor of Nursing Science

10.    Senior Nursing Midwives

The Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja is requesting for application from suitably qualified candidates to fill the vacant positions below:

NURSING OFFICER/SISTER – GL. 09/08

Qualified candidates to fill vacant positions for Nursing is as follows:

1.    ENT Nursing

2.    Cardiothoracic Nursing

3.    Nephrology Nursing

4.    Peri – Operative Nursing

5.    A & E Nursing

6.    Burns & Plastics Nursing

7.    Intensive Care Nursing

8.    Paediatrics Nursing

9.    Bachelor of Nursing Science

10.    Senior Nursing Midwives

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR NURSING OFFICER/SISTER – GL 09/08:

 

• The basic requirements include: Registered Nurse (RN), Registered Midwife (RM) and   BNSC Nursing Certificates is required in area of specialization where applicable.

• BNSC candidates must have completed NYSC and the internship where applicable

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION:

Interested and qualified candidates should obtain an application form at LASUTH Admin & HR Dept, MRC Building.

 

Completed Employment Application Forms should be submitted with copies of applicants’ Credentials, Curriculum Vitae (CV) and two (2) recent passport photographs to:

 

The Chief Medical Director,

Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH),

1 – 3, Oba Akinjobi Way Ikeja,

Lagos State.

 

Applications should be submitted on or before Monday 3rd September, 2018.
* News / Thailand: Nurses Drag Facebook User to Police for Damaging Nursing Profession by katty: August 31, 2018, 03:05:30 PM
Several nurses lodged a complaint with police on Friday against a Facebook user who they say is causing damage to the nursing profession.

Leading the complainants is Panida Suttiprapa, who is the head nurse at Roi Et Hospital and a representative of the Roi Et Nursing Council.

The complaint was lodged at the Mueang Roi Et Police Station in Roi Et province.  Panida identified the alleged defamer as the Facebook user with the account name of “Win Rueangtinarom”.

“This Facebook user has called the head nurse and nurses operating in surgery rooms stupid, and has said nurses have no abilities to dispense drugs,” Panida said.

 “Apparently, such comments are aimed at humiliating nurses and causing damage to their profession.” 

The controversial posts went online after it was reported that the Drug Bill would allow persons not trained as pharmacists to dispense medicines.

“We have studied much of what pharmacists have studied, though we are trained for different functions in the healthcare sector,” Panida said. 

She said she would encourage nurses in all provinces to take action against the Facebook user. 

“We have resolved to lodge an official complaint because this netizen has continued to ridicule us, even after we have contacted him via Facebook,” she said. 

Police say more evidence must be compiled before determining whether this case can go forward in legal process.
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Source : Thai Nation Newspaper
* Nursing Jobs / University of Ilorin Health Center Vacancies for Staff Nurse/Midwife by katty: August 31, 2018, 02:57:21 PM
Applications are invited for the non-academic position below:
 
Position: Staff Nurse/Midwife
 
Location: Ilorin, Kwara
Centre: Health Services
 
Qualifications and Requirements
* Candidate must possess at least five (5) Credit pass in relevant subjects including English Language and Mathematics, plus registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) or B.Sc. in Nursing plus the registration certificate. Candidates must have NRN or SRN certificate plus registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
* Candidates must also have evidence of NYSC Discharge/Exemption Certificate
* Must be computer literate.
 
Salary and Other Conditions
* N1,084,017.00  (CONTISS 7)
* Appointment is normally on probation which may be confirmed after two years of satisfactory service. The post is pensionable.
 
Application Closing Date
10th October, 2018.
 
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
http://vacancy.unilorin.edu.ng/hr_app_form1.php
 
Instruction on How to Complete Vacancy Application
* When the page opens, fill in your details and click on the "Create Account" button
* You must supply a valid and active e-mail address and phone number. Ensure you save your password for further access to the portal
* An automated e-mail will be sent to your inbox, stating your "Application Number" and login credentials
* Click on the URL in your mail or copy the URL onto the browser address bar/box
* Click on login on the top menu bar and supply the required login details
* After successful login, click on "Continue the application process" under My Menu
* If login fails, check your mail for correct login details Or you can use the forgot password link to retrieve your password.
 
Note
* False Information will lead to automatic disqualification
* Multiple applications shall lead to disqualification
* Only shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged
* News / Hospital Fires Nurse in Texas, USA for Posting about Patient on Facebook by katty: August 31, 2018, 12:35:18 PM
A Houston nurse is no longer employed after she posted on social media about a young patient with measles, Texas Children’s Hospital said Thursday.

The nurse also made anti-vaccine comments, something that alarms public health officials wary of anything that might feed the small but vocal vaccine skeptic movement.

“A patient treated at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus tested positive for measles. This is a highly contagious, vaccine-preventable infection. We know vaccination is the best protection against measles,” the hospital said in a statement.

“We were also made aware that one of our nurses posted protected health information regarding a patient on social media,” the hospital added.

“We take these matters very seriously, as the privacy and well-being of our patients is always a top priority. After an internal investigation, this individual is no longer with the organization.”

The hospital did not identify the nurse. A Facebook user who alerted Texas Children’s to the post said she was shocked by what the nurse had said, and copied a screenshot of it to the Texas Children’s Facebook page.

“The kid was super sick. Sick enough to be admitted to the ICU and he looked miserable,” the nurse posted to an anti-vaccine Facebook page. But she said she still opposed vaccines.

This shocked Dr. David Persse, director of the Houston Health Department. “She is one of the few people who has seen firsthand how devastating these diseases can be, and she has still taken this position against vaccines," Persse said in an interview.

He pointed out that many studies have established the safety of vaccines, and that medical professionals should be educated about the facts.

“You have a greater risk of being struck by lightning than you do of having a serious adverse event to a vaccine," Persse said.

Measles has been eliminated in the United States through vaccination, but every year, cases are imported from other countries. People who are not vaccinated or who are incompletely vaccinated can become infected and carry the virus with them. It will spread if there are pockets of other unvaccinated people.

Europe is experiencing its largest number of measles cases in a decade, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has notified travelers about the risks of traveling  to affected areas.

Persse said his department is helping track everyone that the child might have been in contact with while infectious. Measles is one of the most infectious viruses known, and people can spread it before they begin showing symptoms.

Measles killed nearly 90,000 people globally in 2016, according to the World Health Organization. Nine out of 10 people who have not been vaccinated will develop an infection if they are exposed to someone with the virus, and can even become infected if they walk into a room where an infected person has been.

So when a case of measles is identified, health officials work to track down anyone who could have been exposed.

“We got lucky this time,” Persse said. He said the child was not in contact with many people other than his family before he was isolated in the hospital.

The Facebook user who revealed the nurse’s posts said she used an alias on social media and did not wish to be identified for fear of retaliation by members of the anti-vaccine movement, who often attack medical professionals when they speak out about the safety of vaccines.

Her post was taken down on Thursday afternoon.

Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/measles-outbreak/texas-children-s-hospital-nurse-fired-after-post-about-measles-n905146
* News / Problem of 80 'stranded' nurses from India in Kuwait remains unsolved by katty: August 31, 2018, 12:29:08 PM
The 80 Indian nurses which had signed a contract to work with Kuwait's Ministry of Health continue to live in 'no man's land', reports Al-Anba daily.

According to reports the Ministry of Health had signed the contract with the nurses from India in 2015 and they arrived into the country at the beginning of 2016.

They were to be distributed in government hospitals, but unfortunately since their arrival they have been living in the nurses' quarters waiting for the completion of administrative procedures.

It has been reported after their arrival in Kuwait they were informed that there would be delay in sending them to their respective work places 'for some time' due to non approval of the budget for hiring them, but little did they know at that time that 'for some time' would mean more than two-and- half years.

They have no salary, no freedom of movement and no treatment. All that they have received from day one of their arrival into Kuwait are empty promises. Tired of waiting and exhausted, the nurses visited the Al-Anba daily to narrate their tragedy and appeal to concerned officials to find a solution to their tragedy. Due to fear of reprisals from officials, the nurses requested not be photographed and 'here we can say they are not to be blamed,' says the daily.

One of them disclosed, 'in India, we have to pay huge sums of money roughly an equivalent of 10,000 dinars to specialized companies to seek a job in Kuwait.' The nurse said almost all of them have paid such money to these companies.

Some of them have taken loans from banks, while others have sold their properties and even mortgaged homes to raise the money and now their families back home are burdened with the problem of repaying these loans. 'We are nurses and we were working in hospitals. Although we are not graduates we had a steady income and a stable life. All we wanted was to improve our standard of living by working in Kuwait. Now we have lost even this modest income and the simple life we enjoyed. Literally speaking we are captives in nurses' accommodation with no work and no income,' said another nurse who refused to give her name.

The husband of one of the nurses is said to have died in India after she arrived here in Kuwait and she learned about his death after a period of time. Since she does not have any money, she was unable even to visit India to receive condolences, said the newspaper quoting one of them. There are a number of nurses who receive the sad news about their children and family members from time to time, some of them suffer from illness, others unable to attend school because of their inability to pay tuition fees, etc.

It is a series of humanitarian tragedies that these nurses and their families are living for no fault of theirs. Worse still, they need medical care, but they are unable to get it from the hospitals and clinics of the Ministry of Health – even though they are nurses – because they have no residence permit and no civil ID.

When asked about the role of the embassy of their country in alleviating their suffering and finding a solution to their problem and helping them acquire their rights they said: 'We went to the Indian Embassy and after much efforts and delays we met the ambassador who promised to follow up the issue with the concerned officials and handed us 50 dinars each.' About their demands, the nurses said they are specific. The Ministry of Health is committed to employ them as nurses according to the contract, and compensate them for the period in waiting.

They have appealed to the Minister of Health Dr Sheikh Bassel Al-Sabah to intervene and end their plight. They added debts have accumulated and opportunities for their children and their livelihoods have been reduced as a result of the deprivation of work and income in Kuwait and India as well. They said they have nothing to do with the administrative and financial issues involving the Health Ministry and the concerned authorities. They added, India's Ambassador to Kuwait K. Jeeva Sagar has promised to take up the issue with Kuwait's Ministry of Health.

Meanwhile, in reply to a question about the tragedy of the Indian nurses the Indian ambassador told the daily relations between Kuwait and India are excellent and there are one million Indians working in Kuwait who receive full care and all their rights, and that some problems are expected to crop up here and there from time to time, and that there are legal channels to solve these problems. He added, the officials in the Ministry of Health have confirmed that the outstanding problem will soon be solved. In the meantime, the nurses said they visited the Kuwait Nursing Society and explained their plight, but did not receive any attention or help from anyone.
* News / MCPDP For Nurses I'm Ebonyi State September 2018 by katty: August 31, 2018, 12:25:07 PM
This is to inform you and all professional Nurses in Ebonyi State that the 3rd session of 2018 Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP) as directed by Nursing and Midwifery of Nigeria Council of Nigeria has been scheduled to hold as follows:
 
Date: 10th – 14th September, 2018
 
Venue: Muses House/Secretariat, Ugwu-Achara, Abakaliki.
 
Time: 8am daily.
 
All eligible Nurses are advised to go to GTB Abakaliki and pay the workshop fee of N20,000:00 (Twenty Thousand Naira) only, to the State Nursing and Midwifery Council, Ebonyi MCPDP Account Number 0044237917. Also bring your Teller to the Nursing Services Department, Ministry of Health Abakaliki for Registration. Registration for this batch stops on the 7th of September, 2018. Note that anybody that is not registered at the Ministry of Health will not be admitted in the workshop irrespective of the date of payment.
 
Accept the assurances of our warmest regards.
 
Sgined:
Mr. Agbowo, InnocentsMary N.
State Facilitator
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