Applications are hereby invited from suitable candidates for admission into the Post Basic Nephrology/ Renal Nursing Programme in the 2019/2020 session.
Duration of the course: One (1) year
ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR POST BASIC NEPHROLOGY NURSING
RN with current practicing license from Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Minimum of one year registration experience (Post Registration Experience)SSCE/WAEC Certificate with minimum of Five (5) credits in English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics which were obtained in not more than 2 sittings.
SALE OF FORMS
Sale of form commence from 1st March to 30th April, 2019
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application forms are obtainable from the Medical Advisory Committee Secretariat on payment of non-refundable fee to Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000) only
Only shortlisted candidates that meet the requirements will be invited for interview.
Completed froms should be returned on or before 31st May, 2019 directly to the Medical Advisory Committee Secretariat or through the below address.
Assistant Director of Administration (MAC) Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, P.M.B. 3452 Kano.
Signed: PROF. ABDURAHAMAN A. SHESHE Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee
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A male Registered Nurse is needed urgently for immediate employment in a clinic at Ikorodu, Lagos. Accommodation available.
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Some 900 nurses in Bicol Region working under the Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) of the Department of Health (DOH) have not received their salaries since November 2018.
NDP is one of the program under the DOH Human Resource for Health Deployment Program (HRHDP) which deploys nurses, medical technologists, midwives, dentists, physicians, pharmacists and other health workers to rural communities and local government units around the country. In a letter sent to NDP nurses in Bicol, DOH regional office pointed to their limited notice cash allotment (NCA) and the lack of time in processing by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) as the reasons for the delay of their salaries. DOH-5 OIC Dr. Ernie Vera said that he has already talked to the nurses and apologized to them.
“Humihingi rin kami ng paumanhin sa kanila dahil talaga kahit ano ang gawin namin dito sa regional office kung wala ang support or funds coming from the central, wala rin kaming maibibigay.”
Vera promised that nurses will receive their compensation this January 2019. Nurse advocacy group Ang Nars Partylist said that this situation of government nurses is ‘totally unacceptable’ and ‘the same issues have persisted through all of the government’s deployment programs over the years: N.A.R.S. in 2009, RN HEALS in 2011, and the NDP in 2014.’ “UP TO NOW, THERE IS NO CHANGE IN THE NURSES AND HEALTH WORKER’S CONDITION IN THE DOH, LOCAL GOVERNMENT and PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS! They do not support sustainable human development through generation of living wages, good working conditions, regular and permanent employment for our nurses and health workers,” said Leah Paquiz, Ang Nars President. Paquiz also hit the delayed implementation of DOH HRHDP 2019 because this year’s national budget has not been approved yet. The proposed 2019 national budget is still undergoing refinement under the bicameral conference committee of Congress and is expected to be up for President’s signing middle of February.
“This condition slowly kills the hopes of our nurses and health workers for a better life and future,” she added.