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ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA NURSE EDUCATORS' COMMUNIQUE by Idowu Olabode : December 20, 2014, 10:15:52 PM
A COMMUNIQUE PRESENTED AT THE END OF THE FIRST ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA NURSE EDUCATORS (ANNE) HELD AT OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITALS COMPLEX (OAUTHC) ILE- IFE, OSUN STATE, NIGERIA.

The scientific conference for Nigeria nurse educators with the theme: Re-envisioning Nursing Education and Practice: A Strategy to Improve Nurse Competence was held between 2nd and 5th December, 2014 with participants drawn from the six geo- political zones of Nigeria.

The association commends the Osun State government for their support and the management and staff of Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex (OAUTHC), Ile- Ife for their hospitality and provision of enabling environment for the conference.

Scientific papers presented among others include;

“Funding of nursing education; whose responsibility?”

“Evaluation as effective tool for job performance: The role of nurse educator”.

“The Role of nurse educators in policy making in health industry”

At the end of conference, the following resolutions were made:

1. The conference in session commends the Federal Government effort in curtailing the insurgencies in the nation; however government should expedite action to end activities of the insurgents.

2. The house expressed concern over the drop in crude oil price and call on the government to put in place economic measures that will ameliorate the likely hardships on Nigeria citizens.

3. The Federal Government as a matter of urgency should address the demands of the striking health workers in order to bring an end to the lingering industrial crises in thehealth sector.

4. Government should constitute governing boards for Schools of Nursing / Colleges of Nursing to enhance their autonomy for effective teaching and learning.

4. Association of Nigeria Nurse Educators (ANNE) in collaboration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria should re-structure nursing education programmes in Nigeria.

5. Call on the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to only engage the services of nursing personnel who are well trained in measurement and evaluation in the assessment of students especially during the final qualifying examinations.

6. Nursing institutions should be listed among the beneficiaries of educational grants such as Tetfund, among others.

7. Management of institutions should endeavour to sponsor nurse educators to conferences, seminars and workshops to ensure knowledge update.

8. Nurse educators should promote Mentor-Mentee (Educator-student) relationship to enhance professional capacity development.

9. Nurse educators should be involved in policy making at all levels of health care industry particularly on issues relating to nursing education.

10. Nurse educators and nurse clinicians should collaborate to bridge the gap between theory and practice in nursing training to enhance competence.

Ibitoye O.F
National Secretary

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