How To Pay NMC CBT Fees With Voucher From Pearson Vue


Below is the step by step guide to pay NMC CBT fees for Nurses using Voucher. This is applicable to candidates from Nigeria, Ghana, Pakistan and other countries where credit and debit cards are not acceptable for online payment on Pearson website

First go to http://www.mindhub.co.uk/category_s/139.htm and purchase the voucher

To redeem your exam vouchers online, please follow the steps below:

  1. Go to www.PearsonVUE.com
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  2. Select the certification program for which you purchased an exam voucher
  3. Choose the “Schedule a Test” button on the right side of your screen
  4. Once on the payment screen, click the “Add Discount” button beneath total due


  5. Enter your voucher number in the “Voucher/Promotion Code:” field and click “Apply Discount”
  6. Finally, click the “Next” button

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If you wish to schedule your exam at a test center or through the Pearson VUE call center, please provide the test center agent or call center agent your voucher number when paying for your exam.

Exams must be scheduled and taken at a Pearson VUE test center on or before the expiration date of the vouchers.

If you have questions or are experiencing issues redeeming your access codes, please email us at pvemeamindhub@pearson.com for assistance.



Kaoma College of Nursing And Midwifery June 2019 Admission Form on Sale

FROM: The School Management Kaoma College of Nursing And Midwifery Kaoma – Western Province31st July,2019

This message serves to inform the general public that Kaoma College of Nursing And Midwifery will be conducting the first enrollment open interviews for direct registered midwifery for July 2019 intake, which is a three (3) years program.

Selling of application forms and interviews shall be done at the same time from 26th to 28th June, 2019.

Opening date: 14th July,2019 ( intially all shall be day scholars .

However, accommdation arrangements can be made for few students)

Application forms fee: K100

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Eligible candidates must come with the following;- Original copy and certified photocopies of grade 12 results with a minimum of credit in the following subjects

English, Mathematics and any Science subject ( Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science or Agric Science)Plus any other subjects.- Original National Registration Card and a certified photocopy.- Nonrefundable interview handling fee of K50. (All monies should be deposited in the school account;- ACC NAME: KAOMA NURSING SCHOOL – BASKET- BANK: ATLAS MARA BANK – KAOMA BRANCH- ACCOUNT NO. 0300031744015For further inquires contact;The school principal on0217 360108

Nurses Must Cease Every Opportunity To Learn So They Can Take Leadership Role by Heinz Mwaipopo

Did you know that Melu Mizinga the former Managing Director for Stanchart in Zambia was once a Nurse? She is currently the Director and CEO for Barclays group Southern regional representative.

Did you know that Samora Marchel former president of Mozambique was a Nurse before he became the president? Did you know that Jean Kapata Mandevu constituency MP is a Nurse by proffession.

In fact, I have known a good number of people that have risen up from being a simple Enrolled Nurse to the level of being tutors/doctors/lawyers. Don’t give an excuse that there are no positions for degree holders in institutions . Have a degree in Paediatrics, education Critical Care Nursing and any course in line with your career . You don’t know what the future holds. Prepare for the future, dynamically systems of employment are changing. Age is no longer a factor. Your highest qualification speaks volumes. If you don’t want to be frustrated, go back to school. Otherwise get ready to be supervised by the young guys who are the age mates of your children. You will be saluting them like in military and security wings. What are the things to do?

(1).Stop giving excuses and procrastinations.
(2).Rewrite your high school examinations like George Weah president of Liberia.
(3). Change your mindset and routine activity that are not giving favourable results.
(4). Stop spending the whole week at church or on television shouting “I receive”. Start working on something. God rewards the labour of your hands.
(5).Be determined and be focussed. These people that are making it in life, have been working bit by bit. Most ACC holders did not achieve it in one day.
(6). Never ever despise the small beginnings, the latter might be greater than what you think.
(7). You are growing old now, stop playing games of young ones in the name of having fan. Build your destiny . Yes you can make it.
See you at the top the bottom is too congested. Have a lovely week and take care.72

Nurses in Politics: Nigerian Nurse Wins Senatorial Seat

The wave of the media has taken a new turn in the nursing community today with the news of a nurse senator elect (Hassan Nasiha) whose victory came after the shocking zamfara supreme court judgement today.

In an unprecedented judicial pronouncement, Nigeria’s Supreme Court awarded governorship, National Assembly and state Assembly elective posts to the the runner up in to the Zamfara. This is owing to the fact that the 2019 All progressive Party primary election was not properly conducted (court findings) in accordance with the Constitution of the party.



Gusau, who has contested under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party in the 2019 senatorial election lost the election to Aliyu Ikra Bilbis (APC) – Zamfara Central.

Community Health Extension Workers in Nigeria Want to Be Granted Autonomy to Open Clinics

Community Health Extension Workers (CHEW) and Community officers in Lagos State, on Friday advocated a review to the extant Health Service Reform Law 2016, to legally authorise practitioners to own and operate private healthcare clinic.

Members of the CHEW, operating under the aegis of Association of Private Community Health Practitioners, made the proposition at a stakeholders parley organised by the Lagos State House of Assembly Committee on Health Service. Speaking for the group, Mr Wole Jonathan, a licensed Community Health Officer in private practice, argued that most of CHEW members possessed required skills, experience on the job. Jonathan said that community health workers were certified to operate community-based Public Health Care centres as afforded in the national health policy. He said: “We should be allowed to use our certificates and license to own and operate private health care facilities. “We are here on account of the state health reform law which allows other health care providers in the state – nurse, medical laboratory technician, pharmacy technician and others, that were trained by state government owned institutions, to work in government establishments and to use their license if they like to operate in the private sector.

“In the law, we observed that it is only the community health group – community health officers and the community extension health workers – that are not given any opportunity to operate; that was why we petitioned the House of Assembly to look into it.

“So, we are here today to plead that the Lagos Health Service Law be reviewed to allow us to own and operate private clinic and serve as operation officer because we have vital license to that effect.

“We have cited that even the law that affords for Primary Health Care centre, a law of Lagos State, recognize that the community health officer be in charge of government clinic.

“So, if one have the qualification which makes one able to be in charge of PHC, is the same qualification not liable to operate private clinic effectively?”

Also speaking, Dr Lateef Lawal, the Permanent Secretary, Primary Health Care Board, however, asked the body to rather go through their regulatory body and pressurise them for the desired inclusion to be effected at the National Assembly.

He said that this would make their demand seamlessly adhered to at the state level. “There are no fears, the only reason for the agitation is because we have unemployment in the market and that is affecting everybody.

“If the government is able to absorb all the community health officers, there won’t be any call for this; they have their members who are out and unemployed who have to be catered for, so they have to think out of the box and say how can we actualise this?

“Our position is that we cannot be singing different tunes, we have the national body, the Federal Government, National Council of Health; they need to harmonize all the contending issues and it becomes a national act.

“If you have any opinion at all, it is easier to go to that council, argue your case out, they look at the merits and once it becomes a national law, it becomes easier for people like me to say okay this is the standard.

“Then we key into it, or else we would have a snowball effect where they will be agitating repeatedly,” he said. Lawal called for increased funding to the health sector from the national budget as a way out of the unemployment problem. “Nigeria is a signatory to the 2015 declaration, which makes it mandatory that 15 per cent of our national budget should be dedicated for health, but as at now the maximum you can probably get is between five and eight per cent. “We say that health is wealth, education is also important, you can’t joke with the two, they may look intangible but they form the bedrock of any progress in the every society.

According to Mrs Abiola Idowu, Acting Executive Secretary of Health Facilities Monitoring and Accreditation Agency (HEFAMAA), the bone of contention was not the issue of ownership but operation.

Idowu said that care givers needed to be equipped with standard practice because of the importance attached to the life saving business. “Currently, the law recognises their (CHEW) practice under the standing order under the auspices of a supervising physician that is what gives them the authority to use that order.

“Their cadre (community health practitioners) is not recognized under the health sector reform law of 2006 which establishes HEFAMAA, to operate centres.

“Each cadre is trained for specific purposes, doctors, nurses respectively, while the community health practitioners are trained to act as a linkage between the community and the health facilities.

“For them now to say they want to operate a facility, I don’t think their training qualifies them for that.

“We are saying they cannot work alone without supervision. We agree that they can work in private establishment due to dearth of nurses. “Anyone can own a health facility but to run it we have a minimum standard in terms of basic amenities necessary to provide health care services,” she said. Olusola Sokunle, Chairman, House Committee on Health, who summoned the stakeholders to the meeting, said that it was premised on a petition the group wrote to the Assembly for prompt intervention. Sokunle and another member of the committee, Mr Noheem Adams, informed the stakeholders that the House would look at the matter critically and get back to the concerned group.

72 World Health Assembly Empowers Community Health Workers

Member States at the World Health Assembly today agreed three resolutions on universal health coverage (UHC). They focus on: primary healthcare, the role of community health workers, and the September UN General Assembly high-level meeting on UHC.


Primary health care towards universal health coverage
The first resolution urges Member States to take measures to implement the Declaration of Astana, adopted at the 2018 Global Conference on Primary Health Care.
It recognizes the key role strong primary health care plays in ensuring countries can provide the full range of health services a person needs throughout their life – be it disease prevention or treatment, rehabilitation or palliative care. Primary health care means countries must have quality, integrated health systems, empowered individuals and communities, and that they must involve a wide range of sectors in addressing social, economic, and environmental determinants of health.


The resolution calls on the WHO secretariat to increase its support to Member States in this area. WHO is also required to finalize its Primary Health Care Operational Framework in time for next year’s World Health Assembly. WHO and other stakeholders are tasked with supporting countries in implementing the Declaration of Astana and mobilizing resources to build strong and sustainable primary health care.


Community health workers delivering primary health care
The second resolution recognizes the contribution made by community health workers to achieving universal health coverage, responding to health emergencies, and promoting healthier populations. It urges countries and partners to use WHO’s guideline on health policy and system support to optimize community health worker programme, and to allocate adequate resources. At the same time, the WHO Secretariat is requested to collect and evaluate data, monitor implementation of the guideline, and provide support to Member States.


Community health workers have a key role to play in delivering primary health care – they speak local languages and have the trust of local people. They need to be well trained, effectively supervised, and properly recognized for the work they do, as part of multi-disciplinary teams. Investing in community healthworkers generates important employment opportunities, especially for women.


Universal health coverage high-level meeting


The final UHC resolution endorsed by Member States supports preparation for the UN General Assembly high-level meeting on universal health coverage in September 2019. The resolution calls on Member States to accelerate progress towards universal health coverage with a focus on poor, vulnerable and marginalized individuals and groups. The UN high-level meeting will call for the involvement of governments in coordinating the work required across all sectors to achieve universal health coverage. Member States identified key priorities such as health financing, building sustainable and resilient people-centred health systems, and strengthening health workforces. They also emphasized the importance of investing in and strengthening primary health care.

Triple Win 2019: Germany Hiring Nurses, Application Opens

Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) announces that they are looking for 350 nurses for deployment in Germany under government to government arrangement.


In a recruitment specification form posted online, POEA stated that the International Placement Service of the German Federal Employment Agency (ZAV/BA) is in urgent need of qualified applicants for the position/s stated below:

350 NURSES

 Intensive Care Unit

 Geriatric Care/Nursing Home/Elderly Care

* General Ward

 Medical and Surgery Ward

 Operating Room

 Neurology, Orthopedics and related fields

*Please note that nursing homes in Germany are inpatient facilities, where geriatric nurses deal with older people in need for help with different health conditions

Qualifications

 Filipino citizen and permanent resident of the Philippines

 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

 Active Philippine Nursing License

 At least two (2) years related professional experience (bedside) in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and/or care institutions

 Applicants must have German language proficiency or willing to undergo German language training in the Philippines to attain Level B1 (to be paid by the employer)

 and MUST be able to attend the language class in August and September 2019; or with B1 or B2 Language Proficiency Level in accordance with Common European Framework of Reference for Languages


Salary and Benefits

Salary: Successful candidates shall have a starting monthly salary of 2,000 Euros (gross) which will be increased to 2,400 Euros (gross) after recognition as a qualified nurse.


Travel Expenses: The employer will pay the visa and airfare from the Philippines to Germany.


Board and Lodging: The employer will assist the employee in finding a suitable accommodation. The selected nurse will bear the expenses in full or in part of the board and lodging.


Qualified Applicants should register online at www.poea.gov.ph or eservices.poea.gov.ph/Home and personally submit the following documents at the Manpower Registry Division, Window S or T, Ground Floor, Blas F. Ople Bldg. (formerly POEA Bldg.), Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City (fastened in a folder and properly labeled with RSF No. 190008, Applicant’s Name, Position Applied For, Country of Destination, PEOS Online Number and E-Registration Number):
For Registration:Cover letter and curriculum vitae with colored passport size pictureNursing Diploma (notarized copy)Board Certificate and copy of license from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)Certificates of employment in related field (previous and current) (notarized copy)Attendance and/or level certificate for German language, if availableValid Passport copy (at least 6 months valid upon submission of application)
Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication of written information before forwarding the résumé to the employer.

Deadline of submission of applications: June 7, 2019.

School of Nursing (ATBUTH) Bauchi 2019/2020 Admission Form on Sale

Applications are here by invited from suitably qualified candidate for admission into basic nursing programme 2019/2020 academic session.

Interested applicant should come to the school and obtain application form on payment of application fee of five thousand (N5000) naira only into TSA pay point of ATBUTH, Bauchi.

The application forms will be available with effect from 3rd June -12th July 2019.

All completed form should be returned to school on or before 12/07/2019.

REQUIREMENT

Candidate must have five (5) credits in English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics in NECO, WAEC, and NABTEB. In not more than two sittings. NABTEB can only be combine with NABTEB. Entrance exam will be conducted on Saturday 13th July 2019.

Successful candidate will be invited for interview on 19th August, 2019.

The Entrance exam and the interview will be conducted at School of Nursing ATBUTH, Bauchi.

Signed: Management

Dismissed Nurses: Zambia Nursing President Sue for Calm

ZUNO President Thom Yung’ana has called on the dismissed nurses and midwives around the country to remain calm as the union continues to engage government on the possibility of having them reinstated.

Mr Yung’ana disclosed that the union has so far held meetings with various government authorities that include, the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labour and Public Service Management Division in addition to the Secretary to Cabinet with the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions, to which ZUNO is affiliated.

Further, ZUNO has written to the Head of State His Excellency Mr Michael Chilufya Sata to convey an apology from the affected nurses for engaging in a work stoppage without following the laid down procedures.

Mr Yung’ana has also counselled the members to always heed the union’s advice every time they were in doubt about Industrial Relations issues.

Thom Yung’ana was a very active zuno president, I hear this time around there is a lady. Yung’ana and the team advocated for 100% salary increment,not ma 4% .