Tips for Passing HAAD Exam at First Attempt

Tips for Passing HAAD

Passing HAAD Exam can open whole lots of opportunities for you as nurses are in high demand in hospitals in UAE. Failing an HAAD exam can be devastating as all hope and aspiration appears to be blurred. Here are few things I think might help you to pass your HAAD exam at first attempt (Tips for Passing HAAD):

Before your exam

– Conduct a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology of the human system.
– It is equally important to review diseases affecting those systems and the treatment options.
– Review nursing responsibilities, delegation and collaborative care. Know the independent functions of a nurse, the interdependent and collaborative roles. Questions usually come up on this so you just have to be sure and know how to different between those 3 functions.
– Read your fundamentals of nursing and nursing responsibilities as it relates to patient care
– Reviewing practice guidelines and policies as it affects healthcare and nursing care services isn’t a bad idea.
– Review nursing independent, interdependent and collaborative roles
– Read about infection control principles
– Practice questions in Saunders NCLEX-RN Questions and Answers, 5th and 6th editions are fine but if you can lay your hand on the 7th edition then it’s ok
– If you can lay your hand on Gapuz ABC’s of passing foreign exams that would be ok. Note that there are not specific exam preparatory books for HAAD.

Tips for Passing HAAD Exam at first attempt

– Don’t take the exam for granted, prepare ahead of time. A one month intensive preparation is ok if you already work in acute care unit, you will just be fine. Others whose practice setting isn’t acute care or might be slow learner can practice for 2 months
– Free your mind from unnecessary worry and apprehension. Its fine to be nervous at first but do not panic. Remember larger percent of people sitting for HAAD the first time usually passed so don’t fidget.
– Remember there is no negative marking so it is better to make sure you answer all questions
– Although the time allotted for the exam is enough but you should also be time conscious and not waaste too much time on a particular question.

On the exam day
– Get to the centre early with your identification card
– After verification your picture and signature will be captured electronically
– You will have to go through the examination rules and regulations
– You will be allotted a locker to place all your items in
– You will be taken to the computer testing room where you will be allotted a computer for your exam
– Invigilator will log you in and a short tutorial about the exam will be presented to you before the exam begins.
– Upon successful completion of the exam you will be taken to reception to be checked out, collect your result and belongings. A copy of your result will be forwarded to HAAD which will reflect in your account
– Nurses who recently sat for HAAD prometric exam have said the result can now take up to 72 hours as it is no longer available immediately. We hope this will be rectify later.

Have you sat for HAAD Prometric exam recently? Please share your experience with others using the comment box below.

NCLEX Unlimited Attempts Ontario Canada Change in Policy

The Ontario government has approved changes to the registration regulation under the Nursing Act, 1991. One outcome of these changes is that Registered Nurse (RN) applicants now have no limit to the number of times they can write the entry-to-practice exam, NCLEX-RN.

Before the College can implement these changes, we must first complete the necessary adjustments to our information systems. We will finalize this work by January 9, 2017, at which time we will be able to process new applications under the revised regulations. Also by this date, we will be contacting all those who are directly impacted by the exam policy changes, including current applicants and RN applicants who recently failed the exam three times to advise them of next steps. Please allow until after January 9, 2017 before contacting the College. Further information will be posted on CNO.org when it is available.

A summary of the changes can be found in the June 2016 issue of The Standard

No limits to NCLEX-RN exam writes

With this regulation change in place, RN applicants now have no limit on the number of times they can write the NCLEX-RN exam until they pass. Previously, applicants were limited to three attempts.

Passing the exam is one of a set of requirements an RN applicant must meet in order to practise nursing in Ontario. In addition to entry requirements, members are required to maintain nursing competence and adhere to nursing standards. Together these mechanisms help to ensure nurses practice safely initially and throughout their careers.

The number of writes remains unchanged for all other exams that are part of the application process for registering to practise as a nurse in Ontario. The College limits applicants to three attempts on other entry exams because, unlike the NCLEX-RN, those exams are composed of a set of questions administered to all applicants. As a result, a writer’s familiarity with the exam content increases with each attempt. The NCLEX-RN exam is developed and administered differently than the other exams that have been approved by Council. For example, each person who writes the NCLEX-RN exam has a different set of questions. Unlike some other exams, there is no risk of memorizing content – the NCLEX-RN exam system knows when someone is rewriting the exam and generates a new set of questions. Regardless of the number of writes, the only way a person will be successful on the exam is if they are able to show they have the competence to practise safely as an entry-level RN.

All relevant information will be updated on the website by January 9.

Removal of “in Ontario” from the declaration of practice

The registration regulation changes also included the removal of “in Ontario” from the declaration of practice requirements. This change has been captured in the current renewal cycle.

Provinces with NCLEX unlimited attempts canada

1. Alberta
2. Newfoundland and Labrador
3. New Brunswick
4. Nova Scotia
5. Ontario

MP Nursing Council: How to Register with Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council

MP Nursing Council also known as the Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council (MPNRC) is the regulatory agency regulating nursing education and practice in the state of Madhya Pradesh. MP Nursing Council is situated in Bhopal district which is the capital of Madhya Pradesh.

Madhya Pradesh Nursing Registration Council Nurse Registration

Madhya Pradesh Nursing registration Council has not commenced online registration process for nurses hence you will be required to use the manual nurse registration process. To start the registration process, follow this:
1. Complete the application form which can be obtained at the head of your training institution.
2. Care should be taken to make sure the forms are completed clearly and legibly.
3. The gazette officer attached your 3 recent passport photographs. It is important not to paste the passport photograph to the form as this isn’t acceptable.
4. Your institution or head of training institution or you affix a crossed bank draft drawn in favour of The Registrar, Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council, Bhopal. The amount of bank draft drawn depends on your educational qualification.
5. Affix the original copies of testimonials which should include your name, address and designation of the testifier and the date it was issued.

Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council Registration Fee

Below are the registration fees for different categories of registration with MP nursing council:
– BSc Nursing – Rs.1500
– G.N (New Course)- Rs. 1500/
– General Nursing- Rs. 500/
– Midwife – Rs. 500/
– ANM- Rs. 600/

Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council Contact Address

Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council,
No 12,Gomantika Parisar
3rd Floor,
Bhadbhada Rd,
Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh-462003, India
Phone No: +917552770562
Website: http://www.mpnrc.org/

You can equally check out our post about other regions. Have you recently applied for registration with MP Nursing Council? is the process still the same? You can drop a message below and let us know. If you also have a question don’t hesitate to drop it in the comment box below.

HAAD Exam Schedule: How To Apply For HAAD Exam For Nurses

HAAD Exam Schedule: How To Apply For HAAD Exam For Nurses
This is part of series of posts on UAE nurse registration. In this post I will be talking on HAAD Exam schedule i.e How to Apply for HAAD EXam for Nurses after approval.

HAAD exam Schedule is in two stages or steps:

Step 1: HAAD Exam Schedule on HAAD website

Here you will need to first book your exam ticket on HAAD website from your homepage.

– Click on https://bpmweb.haad.ae/usermanagement/MainPage.html
– Login with your application form number and password
– Click on E-licensing and select Examination
– Click on Exam Scheduling
– Read the exam instruction and tick the box to agree with the agreement and click next
– In category choose Nursing and Midwifery,
– under major choose registered nurse
– Under profession choose registered nurse your application number is already in the box and click search
– A result will be displayed
– Select your desired date and click the book button
– Book the HAAD exam ticket
– Pay the pre-examination fees of AED 50 and print your exam ticket

Need requirements for nurse registration in UAE? Check out HAAD REquirements for Nurses
Second Step: Booking with PearsonVUE

After successfully booking the HAAD exam ticket, PearsonVUE will send you an email containing your username and password within 3 days i.e 72 hours. Once you receive the email, you can now login and make the final exam scheduling on PearsonVUE website for $94.59. You can then print your booking confirmation and bring it with you to the examination center

It should be noted that HAAD only allow three attempts for it exam. After an unsuccessful third attempt, a candidate will have to wait for 12 full months from the date of last attempt before he or she can apply again. It is important to prepare and scale through once and for all

PearsonVUE contact details are:
Telephone: +97144535380
Email: haadcustomerservices@pearson.com

Do you have any question? You can drop your questions or share your experience with us using the comment box below

HAAD Requirements,Dataflow Requirements for Nurses 2016/2017

HAAD Requirements for Nurses 2016/2017

Good day great Nurses and welcome to my blog. This is the first post in a series of a complete guide to nurse registration with the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi. I hope you will stick around and check other posts to be able to grasp full understanding of the procedure for nurse registration before you embark on the journey.

Back to the topic, HAAD recently changed it HAAD requirements for registration for overseas trained nurses but it hasn’t been communicated yet. However this post is based on the new HAAD requirements based on those who processed their registration with HAAD in November/December 2016.

HAAD REQUIREMENTS for Nurses 2016/2017

Below are the HAAD requirements for Nurse Registration:
– Bachelor degree in Nursing from an accredited university (Note that 3years diploma in Nursing program now qualifies you as Practical Nurse and not registered nurse)
– A valid nursing practicing license from your country
– 2 years post registration experience ( Note that if you have a 3 year diploma in Nursing before and you now proceed to have your Bachelor degree in Nursing, the 2 years start counting after your degree)
– A valid Basic Life support certificate/License. You may also need ACLS or PALS based on your specialty

HAAD DATAFLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR NURSES

If you are qualified to apply for registration, you will need to do so through a verification company called dataflow. Below are the additional HAAD requirements and documents you must provide before you can start the dataflow verification:

– Your secondary or high school diploma
– Your degree certificate with certificate of authentication and verification (CAV)
– Transcripts from the school you graduated from with certificate of authentication and verification (CAV)
– Your nursing board/council certificate
– A copy of your license or board rating and PRC ID ( for Filipino Nurses)
– Certificate of Good Standing from your nursing board which must be 6 months valid.
– Certificate of employment from your employer
– Passport copy/international passport
– Passport photograph (Recent)
– If you have a sponsor then Sponsoring facility declaration form (Available for download when you start your application)
– Letter of authorization (Available for download when you start your application)
– Security form (Available for download when you start your application)

Those are the HAAD requirements for nurses in 2016/2017 and haad dataflow requirements for nurses. If you have any question you can drop it in the comment box below

KMTC Courses and Qualifications and Application Form 2017/2018

Kenya medical training college application form is now on sale, below are the details

The Kenya Medical Training College invites applications from qualified candidates for admission into Medical Courses for the academic year 2016/2017 as PRE-SERVICE SELF SPONSORED CATEGORY and IN SERVICE/UPGRADING in her campuses situated in different parts of the country. The successful PRE-SERVICE SELF SPONSORED students will join the college in March 2017. Successful IN SERVICE and UPGRADING students will join the college either in March 2017, September 2017 or March 2018 depending on the course applied for.

Please note that all applications will be done online with an application fee of Ksh. 2022 payable through Kmtc Mpesa Paybill number 964150. Log into KMTC website www.kmtc.ac.ke and click on the application portal on the far right end then click on the link to download the application procedure. No manual applications will be accepted. Applications are opened until Tuesday 31st January, 2017. In case you need any assistance with the online application process please call any of the following numbers 0736993813, 0736212060, 0723000429,0723004569, 0723004516. You can also get help on the online application process from the nearest KMTC campus.

All Successful Candidates will be posted to the Campus of their choice.

KENYA MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE COURSES OFFERED AND REQUIREMENTS

Diploma Courses

1 Diploma in Community Oral Health

• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences
• C- in any two of the following: Physics,Physical Science, Chemistry, Mathematics
3 Years MARCH 2017
Nairobi

2 Diploma in Community Nutrition
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences
• D+ in Chemistry or Physical Sciences
• D+ in any one of the following: Home Science, Agriculture, Mathematics, Physics, General Science
3 Years MARCH 2017 Karen and Nakuru

3 Diploma in Health Records and Information Technology
• C in English or Kiswahili and Mathematics
• C- in Biology or Biological Sciences
• C- in any one of the following: Physics,Physical Science, Chemistry, computer studies
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi

4 Diploma in Community Health Nursing
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences.
• C- in any one of the following: Chemistry or Physics or Physical Science or Mathematics
3 1/2 Years MARCH 2017 Bondo, Bomet, Bungoma,Eldoret, Embu, Homa Bay,Kakamega, Kapkatet, Kilifi,Kisii, Kisumu, kitale, Kitui,Machakos, Makueni, Meru,Mombasa, Msambweni,Muranga, Nairobi,Nakuru, Nyamira, Nyeri,Port Reitz, Siaya, Thika,Vihiga, Webuye Makindu,Chuka, Gatundu, Mwingi,Mosoriot, Iten

5 Diploma in Registered Nursing, Mental Health & Psychiatry
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences.
• C- in any one of the following: Chemistry or Physics or Physical Science or Mathematics
3 Years MARCH 2017 Muranga

6 Diploma in Medical Imaging Sciences
• C in English or Kiswahili and Physics or Physical Science and Biology or Biological Sciences
• C- in any one of the following: – Mathematics or Chemistry
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Nyeri, Kisumu,Manza

7 Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences and Chemistry or Physical Sciences
3 Years MARCH 2017 Port Reitz, Nairobi,Machakos, Lake Victoria,Embu

8 • C in any one of the following: – Physics/Physical Sciences, Mathematics

9 Diploma in Occupational Therapy
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology/Biological Sciences
• C- in any two of the following: – Physics,Chemistry, Physical Science, Mathematics,Agriculture, Home Science
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi

10 Diploma in Optometry
• C in English or Kiswahili and Mathematics.
• C- in the following: – Biology/ Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Physics/Physical Sciences
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi

11 Diploma in Orthopaedic Technology
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology and Physics or Physical Science or Mathematics
• C- in any one of the following: – Physics,Physical Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, Woodwork, Metal Work, Technical Drawing.
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi

12 Diploma in Pharmacy
• C in English or Kiswahili and Chemistry or Physical Science and Biology or Biological Science
• C in any one of the following: – Physics or Mathematics
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Manza, Kisumu and Nyeri,

13 Diploma in Physiotherapy
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology and Mathematics or Physics/Physical Science
• C- in any one of the following: -Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics or Physical Science
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Homa Bay Port Reitz

14 Diploma in Medical Engineering
• C in English or Kiswahili and Mathematics and Physics/Physical Sciences
• C- in any one of the following: -Biology/Biological Sciences, Chemistry,Electricity, Metal Work,Technical Drawing
3 Years MARCH 2017 Eldoret

15 Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences
• C- in Mathematics and any one of the following: Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Manza, Kabarnet, Karuri and kwale

16 Diploma in Dental Technology
• C in English or Kiswahili and Physics or Physical Science or Chemistry
• C- Biology and in any one of the following: Biology/Biological Sciences,Metal Work, Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry, Mathematics
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi

17 Diploma in Orthopedic & Trauma Medicine
• C in English or Kiswahili, C in Biology/Biological Sciences and Mathematics or Physics/Physical Sciences
• C- in any one of the following: Physics,Physical Science, Chemistry, Mathematics,Home Science, Agriculture.
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Kisii

18 Diploma in Health Promotion
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences
• C- in any one of the following: Mathematics, Physics/Physical Science,Chemistry
3 Years MARCH 2017 Nairobi, Nyahururu,Rachuonyo, Lugari

19 Diploma in Medical Social Care
• C in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences.
• C- in any two of the following: Chemistry or Physics or Physical Science or Mathematics, Home Science,Agriculture
3 Years MARCH 2017 Karuri

20 Certificate in Health Records and Information Technology
• C- in English or Kiswahili and D+ in Biology/ Biological Sciences
• D+ in any one of the following: Mathematics, Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry, General Science, Computer Studies, Agriculture, Home Science
2 Years MARCH 2017 Muranga, Siaya,Msambweni, Nairobi,Webuye, Bondo, Chwele,Maanza, Lamu, Mombasa,Kaptumo, Rera, Othaya,Lugari, Kuria, Rachuonyo, Othaya Nairobi campus (evening class)

21 Certificate in Community Health Nursing
• C- in English or Kiswahili and Biology or Biological Sciences
• D+ in and in any one of the following: – Chemistry or Physical Science or Physics or Mathematics
2 1/2 Years MARCH 2017 Lodwar, Kabarnet and Garrissa,

22 Certificate in Community Nutrition
• C- in English or Kiswahili and Biology /Biological Sciences
• D+ in Chemistry / Physical Science Kwale
• D+ in any one of the following: Home Science, Physics, Agriculture,Mathematics, General Science
2 Years MARCH 2017 Karen, Thika, Kabarnet, Homa Bay, Makueni,Kapenguria, Rera, Kuria,

23 Certificate in Medical Engineering
• C- In English or Kiswahili, D in Mathematics and D in Physics or Chemistry or Physical Sciences.
• D in any one of the following: -Chemistry, Biology, Biological Science,Electricity, Metal Work, Technical Drawing.
2 Years MARCH 2017 Meru

24 Certificate in Orthopaedic Plaster Technology
• C- In English or Kiswahili, and C- in Biology/ Biological Sciences
• D+ in Mathematics and in any one of the following:, Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry, Woodwork, Metal work, Technical Drawing, Home Science, Agriculture
2 Years MARCH 2017 NairobI, Machakos, Chuka

25 Certificate in Environmental Health Sciences
• C- in English or Kiswahili 2 Years MARCH 2017 Manza, Karuri, Kwale,Kabarnet
• C- in Biology/Biological Sciences and D in Mathematics
• D in any two of the following: Home Science, Physics, Chemistry, Agriculture,Building Construction, Technical Drawing,Electricity and Wood Work
2years March 2017 Manza, Karuri, Kwale, Kabarnet

POST BASIC/INSERVICE COURSES

Higher Diploma

1 Higher Diploma in:
i. Critical Care Nursing 1 year March 2017 Nairobi
ii. Psychiatric Nursing 1 year March 2018 Mathare
iii. Ophthalmic Nursing 1 year September 2017 Nairobi
iv. Perioperative Care 1 year September 2017 Nairobi and Mombasa
v. Paediatric Nursing (Kisumu) 1 year March 2017 Kisumu
vi. Palliative Care(Distance Learning) 1 year March 2017 Nairobi, Machakos
Requirements
Diploma in Nursing or in Community Health Nursing(KRN/KRCHN), Diploma in Nursing (KRN/KRM)

2 Higher Diploma in:
i. Food Science and Inspection Requirement: Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences
1 year September 2017 Nairobi

ii. Solid Waste Management Requirements: Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences
1 year September 2017 Nairobi

iii. Occupational Health and Safety Requirements: Diploma in any of the following: Environmental Health Sciences, Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Dental Tech, Orthopedic Technology, Occupational Therapy, and Medical Engineering 1 year September 2017 Nairobi

iv. Epidemiology Diploma in Environmental Health Requirement: Sciences, KRCHN, Clinical Medicine, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Pharmacy,Nutrition, Health Records & Information,Community Oral Health. 1year September 2017 Nairobi ( Part time)

3 Higher Diploma in Health Education and Promotion Requirements: Diploma in any one of the Health
Care Professions from KMTC or other recognized institutions OR Diploma in any social science from other accredited institutions 1 year September 2017 Nairobi (Full time)

4 Higher Diploma in Medical Education Requirements: Diploma in any one of the Health Care Professions 1 year March 2017 Nairobi (Distance Learning) September 2017 Nairobi (Full time)

5 Higher Diploma in Community Health and HIV/AIDS Care Requirements: Diploma in any one of the Health Care professions 1 Year Nairobi, Lake Victoria,Homa Bay

6 Higher Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences: Requirements: Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences and Registered by the KMLTTB 1 year September 2017 Nairobi
i. Parasitology & Entomology
ii. Microbiology
iii. Clinical Chemistry
iv. Haematology
v. Histopathology & Cytopathology
vi. Virology
vii. Blood Transfusion Sciences

7 Higher Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery: Requirement; Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery and Registration with Clinical Officers Council September 2017
i. Paediatrics 12 months Nairobi
ii. Lung and Skin Diseases Nairobi
iii. Ophthalmology and Cataract Surgery 18 Months Nairobi
iv. Ophthalmology Advanced Refraction and Low Vision 18 Months Nairobi
v. Ear, Nose and Throat (E.N.T) and Audiology 18 Months Nairobi
vi. Reproductive Health 18 months Nairobi
vii. Anaesthesia 18 Months Nairobi, Nakuru, Kisumu, Eldoret. kisii
viii. Mental Health and Psychiatry 12 Months Mathare MTC

8 Higher Diploma in Medical Imaging Sciences (ULTRASOUND)
Diploma in Medical Imaging Sciences or its equivalent. 1 year September2017 Nairobi (Full time) Nairobi (Part-time),Eldoret (Part-time)

9 Higher Diploma in Radiography –Therapy Diploma /Certificate in Radiotherapy or equivalent.Diploma in Radiography/MIS 18 Months September 2017 Nairobi (Full time) Diploma in Radiography/MIS

10 Higher Diploma in Medical Engineering Requirement: Diploma in Medical Engineering, OR an
equivalent from a recognized institution 1 year September 2017 Nairobi (Part-time)

11 Higher Diploma in Orthopedic Manual Therapy Requirement: Bsc. Physiotherapy or Diploma in Physiotherapy 18 months March 2017 Nairobi (Part-time)

12 Higher Diploma in Health Systems Management (Distance Learning) Requirement: Diploma in a Health related course or a BSc. In health related course from a recognized institution. 1 year March 2017 Nairobi

13 Higher Diploma in Addictive Science (Distance Learning) Requirement: Diploma in any health related course from KMTC and any other recognized institution 2 Years March 2017 Mathare

14 Higher Diploma in Community Based Rehabilitation (Distance Learning) Requirement: Diploma in any one of the Health Care Professions from KMTC or other recognized institutions 1 year March 2017 Nairobi

UPGRADING COURSES (FROM CERTIFICATE TO DIPLOMA QUALIFICATIONS)

1 Diploma in Community Health Nursing Requirement: Certificate in Community Health Nursing (KECN), Two years working experience 18 Months March 2017 Nairobi(Full Time)

2 Diploma in Community Health Nursing (Distance Learning) Requirement: Certificate in Community Health Nursing (KECN) Two years working experience 2 Years March/September 2017 depending on campus Kisii, Meru, Garissa, Muranga, Embu, Kisumu, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kitale, Kapkatet

3 Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences Requirements: Certificate in Environmental health
Sciences. Two years working experience 2 years September 2017 Karuri (Full Time)

4 Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences Requirement: Certificate in Medical Laboratory Sciences. Registration by the KMLTTB 2 years September 2017 Lake Victoria- Full Time

5 Diploma Medical Engineering Requirements: Certificate in Medical Engineering. 2 years March/
September 2017 depending on campus Kilifi – (March 2017) Part Time Nairobi-(Sept 2017) Part Time

6 Diploma in Community Nutrition Requirement: Certificate in Community Nutrition. Two years working experience. 2 years March/September 2017 depending on campus Karen – September Homa Bay – March Nairobi-March, Lodwar (March) Nakuru campus-March 2017)

7 Diploma in Health Records and Information Requirement: Certificate in Health Records and Information 2 years March 2017 Kitui, Muranga, Siaya, Msambweni, Bondo, Chwele, Nairobi campus (Distance learning and evening class)

8 Diploma in Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine Certificate in orthopaedic plaster technology or Certificate in orthopaedic plaster and traction technology 2 years March 2017 Nairobi Campus Only

PETER K. TUM
DIRECTOR/CEO

Karnataka Nursing Council Good Standing Certificate

Nurses who are in need of international verification to countries in UAE, Australia, New Zealand, Canada among others and are registered with the Karnataka Nursing Council must submit Karnataka Nursing Council good standing certificate. Good standing certificate is a document that details your registration and any restriction on your practicing license. It is a communicating tool between the Nursing Board you are seeking registration with and the one you already registered with.

Before you can get Karnataka Nursing Council good standing certificate, you need to be physically present in their office or send someone to process it for you. Processing Karnataka Nursing Council good standing certificate involves filling of application forms and making the required payment after which you will submit attaching the required documents. Below are the required documents:

Requirements for Karnataka Nursing Council Good Standing Certificate

1. A copy of Karnataka Nursing Council Registration Card
2. Evidence of payment of the application fees of Rs. 1000 to the Central Bank of India, Bangalore.
3. Complete application form

Process of Obtaining Karnataka Nursing Council Good Standing Certificate

1. Get to their office and collect a bank payment slip (not sure you can also obtain this in bank) and the application form from the reception
2. Make the required payment to the bank which is closer to council office
3. Complete the application form with the address of Nursing Board where to send the good standing certificate
4. Staple copy of your registration certificate and the chalan to the application form
5. Submit

Karnataka Nursing Council Address:
Karnataka State Nursing Council
71. nightingale Towers A Street,
6th Cross A.R Extension
Near Movieland Theater
Gandhinagar
Bangalore-560009
Phone: +91-80-22383230
Fax:+91-80-41516486
Website: www.ksnc.in

Are you currently processing or recently processed your Karnataka Nursing Council good standing certificate? Has anything changed from the above procedure? We do like to hear from you. You can equally use the comment box if you have any question.

Kerala Nursing Council Good Standing Certificate

Nurses who intend to work outside the country must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council or Board in that country. As part of the registration requirements, good standing certificate otherwise known as letter of verification of nursing license will be required from the nursing board where you are currently practicing. What then is good standing certificate?
Good standing certificate or letter of verification of nursing license can be described as a verification document that shows your registration status or standing. It informs the nursing regulatory board of the country you are seeking registration of any restrictions, suspension or any purnishement placed on your license.
Good standing certificate to the regulatory agencies in United Arab Emirates must be uploaded during the dataflow registration process.

How to Get KNC Good Standing Certificate

Usually kerala nursing council good standing certificate can be obtained online and offline. The certificate is usually sent to the nursing board where you are processing your registration. When you are filling the application form for Kerala nursing council good standing certificate, it is important you include a functioning email. A copy would be sent to that email where you have the opportunity of downloading it and uploading it to your online application.

Below are the documents needed for Kerala Nursing Council Good Standing certificate
1. Request letter for good standing certificate addressed to the Kerala Nursing and Council Registrar with your email address on it
2. Copy of your Kerala Nursing Council registration card
3. Evidence of proof of age
4. A DD of Rs. 2000 from State of Bank of Travancore drawn in favour of KNC
The letter should be addressed to:
The Registrar,
Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council,
Red Cross Road,
Thiruvanathapuram
Pin: 695035
Kerala.
You can contact Council for Good standing certificate related cases on 0471-2774105

How Much Does A Physician Assistant Make

Physician Assistants have a work schedule that is quite similar to that of general practitioners but according to law, they must practice under physicians or surgeons. Physician Assistant job is a rewarding/lucrative career hence people tend to find out how much does a physician assistant make before venturing into the profession. How much a physician assistant make is dependent on several factors chiefly among which are practice environment and schedule of duty.

Overview of How Much A Physicain Assistant Make

According to the U.S Bureau of Labour and Statistics, physician assistant median pay per year was $98,180 in May 2015, this translates to $47.20 per hour. Median wage is the wage that half of people in an occupation earn less and the other half earned much. It should be noted that the lowest 10 percent earners in this profession earned less than $62,760 while the top 10 percent earners among physician assistants earned more than $139,540 last year.
Like I said earlier, practice environment greatly influenced how much a physician assistant earn. For instance, the U.S Bureau of Labour and Statistics estimated the 2015 annual median wage for physician assistants in outpatient care centers to be $106,010, those that worked in hospitals – state, local and private pocketed the median wage of $101,500, office physicians $96,4300, educational services $95,000 and government $91,260.

Job outlook for physician assistant is bright as employment of physician assistants is expected to grow by 30 percent within the 10year period of between 2014-2024. Physician assistants also work the 3 shifts and their roles is expected to expand in the future as more states will allow them to take on some roles of the primary care providers.

How to Become a Physician Assistant

The healthcare job industry has been noted to provide a constant job opportunities for people with educational qualifications in it field. There is constantly a demand for primary care practitioners which make career in nurse practitioner or physician assistant a lucrative and job-assured ones. How to become a phyiscian assistant? This post outlines the various steps on how to become a physician assistant in the United States of America.

Physician Assistant also known as PA works in team with other healthcare workers to offer preventive and curative services to clients. They conduct physical assessment, order diagnostic investigations, diagnose and treat patients with various kinds of illnesses.

How to Become a Physician Assistant

Physician assistant is a regulated profession which means you must be licensed before you can practice. The education preparedness of physician assistant typically starts by graduating from an accredited undergraduate degree program and having some relevant experience in Healthcare-related field before proceeding to the 2 years Masters degree in Physician Assistant in an accredited institution. The accrediting agency for physician assistant program is the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for Physician Assistant.

How
Admission Requirements

– Completion of undergraduate degree program usually in sciences or completion of at least two years of College coursework usually in the basic and behavioral sciences. Biology, physiology, microbiology, chemistry and anatomy are the physician assistant programs prerequisites in most schools.
– Healthcare-related experience which may be in paramedics, EMT, registered nurse, medical assistant, Peace Corps Volunteer, Certified Nursing Assistant, Surgical Tech,Lab Assistant among others
– You will be required to apply to schools using the centralized application process for physician assistants. It is important you start looking for schools early and be sure you gathered all the necessary documents before you throw in your application.

Note: It is important you apply to accredited schools. This will help to ensure that you are qualified to take the licensure exam for physician assistant which is a prerequisite for obtaining practicing license.
Upon successfully completion of the physician assistant program and passing the national licensure exam, you would be required to obtain a practicing license in the state you wish to practice. You can then look for job and start working while keeping your license renewed as at when due.