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Online Nursing community and networking site for Nigerian Nurses
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Ondo State Unit NANNM responds To Case Of Assaulted Nurse At Ondo State Trauma And Surgical Center - Fellow comrades,    It is indeed a time to appreciate what all has felt and done.    All our efforts in the closed approach has started to come to the open.    Our style of leadership might seem slow to the member...
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Schoo Of Post Basi Nursing UBTH Change Of Entrance Exams Date - This is to announce to all intending candidates for the School of Post Basic Nursing studies, University of Benin Teaching Hospital that the date of the entrance examinations have been shufted to a new date:   Date: Entrance exams: August 13...
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Admission into the School of Medical and Psychiatry Social Work for the 2018 Academic Session at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) - Applications are invited for admission into the School of Medical and Psychiatry Social Work for a year programme effective from October, 2018 leading to the award of certificate in Medical and Psychiatry Social Work.    Candidates apply...
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Nurse/Midwife Vacancies At Reddington Hospital - Reddington Hospital is a leading Multi-Specialist Hospital in Nigeria and now seek applications from suitable and competent candidates for the following position due to continued expansion.  Such candidates should have the required vision as th...
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ACOG Committee Opinion: Postpartum Pain Management - Committee on Obstetric Practice The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine; the American College of Nurse-Midwives; the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses; the Society for Maternal–Fetal Medicine; the Society for Obs...
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Declaring Victory in Congo’s Ebola Epidemic Too Early – WHO - The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has cautioned against declaring victory too early in Congo’s Ebola epidemic, in spite of encouraging signs that it may be brought under control.   “The outbreak is stabilising, but s...
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Healthy Nurse, 24, Undergoes Double Mastectomy Despite NOT Having The Deadly BRCA Gene - A 24-year-old woman is one of the youngest in the UK to have a double mastectomy after seeing her mother and eight other relatives battle cancer. Esther Taylor, from Preston, Lancashire, has an unidentified mutation that puts her at high risk of bot...
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RESEARCH: Three-Minute Check Could Halve Number Of Premature Births - Half of all premature births could be prevented using simple tests and antibiotics, say scientists. Around 60,000 babies are born prematurely each year – or about one in 12 of all deliveries.   Researchers from Imperial College London b...
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Tears Behind My Eyes, Smile In Front - Nurse Danielles Bad Day - I have never been one to sugar coat the ups and downs of the nursing profession; some days are so epically beautiful that you feel divinely blessed to be called a nurse. Some days are so painful you wonder how you will continue in the profession. Th...
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International Council of Nurses Receives Innovative Grant from Stop TB Partnership to Find and Treat More People with TB - The International Council of Nurses (ICN) has received a grant from the Stop TB Partnership’s highly competitive TB REACH mechanism to support development of the ICN Nursing Guide for Managing Side Effects to Drug-resistant TB Treatment. &nbs...
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