Katsina State School of Nursing and Midwifery 2018/2019 Form

Katsina State School of Nursing and Midwifery

1. Basic Midwifery
2. Community Midwifery
3. Post Basic General Nursing

The sale of application forms for admission into the above programmes begins from 6th November and ends on 1st December 2017.

1. Pay N1,000 into the College Account at any Branch of Keystone Bank
2. Bring your teller to the Accountant of either School of Nursing Katsina or School of Midwifery Malumfashi to obtain the application Form.
3. Fill the application form and attach copy of the necessary documents.
4. Submit the application form to Admin Officer of the School where you collected it and collect Acknowledgement Card that indicates date of the Entrance Exam.

For Basic Midwifery and Post Basic General Nursing programmes:
1. Minimum of 5 credits at not more than two (2) sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics
2. NABTEB result is NOT accepted.

Government Nursing Jobs: GSSSB Recruitment 2017-2018

GSSSB Recruitment 2017

Post Available

Staff Nurse: 106

Nursing Tutor: 106

Medical Officer: 147

Royalty Inspector: 40

Eligibility Criteria for GSSSB Recruitment Notification

Staff Nurse: B.Sc Nursing, Diploma in General Nursing Midwifery
Medical Officer: MBBS
Nursing Tutor: Nursing Degree
Royalty Inspector: Check on the Official Notification pdf

Age Limit: Visit the Official Notification pdf below

Salary Offered: Salary Offered as per GSSSB Govt Rules and Regulations

Selection Procedure: Candidates who have applied for post they have to attend for Written test and Computer Proficiency Test.

How to Apply for GSSSB Staff Nurse Recruitment 2017

Click on the Below Notification pdf
check all posts and details
Check are you eligible or Not
Click on the Apply Online link below
Fill details then click on Submit Button

Important Dates:-

Starting Date of Online Application: 27 October 2017
Ending Date of Application: 12 November 2017
Official Notification for these posts check Here

To apply online click Here

HRH Deployment Region 9: DOH NDP 2018 Hiring for Region 9

HRH Deployment Region 9

The Department of Health Zamboanga Peninsula has announced the commencement of recruitment for Human Resource for Health Deployment Programs for the 2018 calendar year according to Nursesarena.com

Like it was reported on Nursesarena.com earlier salaries for various cadre are given below :

Physician Augmentation Deployment Project (PADP) – P56,610
Dentist Deployment Project (DDP) – P34,781
Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) – P31,765
Universal Healthcare Implementers Deployment Project (UHCIDP) – P29,010
Medical Technologist Deployment Project (MTDP) – P29,010
Pharmacist Deployment Project (PDP) – P29,010
Public Health Associates Deployment Project (PHADP) – P22,149
Family Health Associate Deployment Project (FHADP) – P26, 494
Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP) – P20,179

Where to send applications

You should send your duly-signed application letter with the application form to the DOH-RO IX or through the PDOHOs for the provinces, addressed to:
Emilia P. Monicimpo, MD, MPH, CSEE
Director IV
Department of Health
Regional Office IX
Upper Calarian, Zamboanga City

Your application should include
-Application letter a copy of CV or accomplished Form 212 or Bio-data sheet with clear recent photo of applicant,
-Photocopies of updated PRC card/license, board rating, diploma and TOR only.

Application Deadline

November 15, 2017 and please note that no extension.

Note that those who were deployed in July and August will be required to submit both PES and PEF before 30th of November along with the November DTRs. Others who are deployed after August will submit PEF only without the PES.

NDP 2018: NCR Application,Requirements,Date

NDP 2018

Nurse and other health workers in National Capital Region, Department of Health (DOH) has opened the submission of application for Human Resource for Health Deployment Programs for 2018.

They may now submit applications under the following projects/programs :


1. Duly accomplished 2018 Deployment Program/Project Application Form available at the DOH National Capital Regional Office and/or downloadable from @ncro.doh.gov.ph and www.doh.gov.ph. (Download FORM HERE)
2. Updated Resume
3.Application letter addressed to:

Director IV
Department of Health —National Capital Regional Office
Blk 6, Brgy Road, Welfareville Compound, Brgy. Addition Hills, Mandauyong City

4. Photocopy of Updated Authenticated PRC License (for Nurses, Midwives, Dentists, Medical Technologists, Pharmacists), PRC Board Rating and PRC Board Passing
5. CTC/Authenticated Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records (for PHA and new registrants/ applicants)
6.Photocopy of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended

DEADLINE of submission of all applicants will be on November 15, 2017 at the DOH-NCRO, Blk 6, Brgy Road, Welfareville Compound, Brgy. Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City.

Applicants with no attached photocopy of PRC License (Nurses, Midwives, Medical Technologists, Pharmacists, Dentists ) & Certified True Copy of Diploma/TOR (for PHAs) will not be entertained/processed.

Schedule of the qualifying exam will be on November 20, 2017 onwards. For inquiries please call DOH-NCRO (HRDU) at Tel # 531-0037 local 310. Additional Requirements will be announced to all qualified HRH 2018 applicants.

2018 HRH Deployment Programs: NDP DOH 2018 Region 7

NDP DOH 2018

The hiring of health workers under the 2018 Human Resource for Health Deployment Programs of the Department of Health in Region 7 is now ongoing.

DOH Regional Office in Central Visayas announces the job opportunities via their website, and they will be doing the recruitment under the HRH Deployment Programs online.

DOH Region 7 covers the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, with Cebu City as the regional center.

The deployment program will assign nurses, doctors, dentists, midwives, medtechs, universal healthcare implementers, family health associates and public health associates in rural health units, birthing homes and other facilities in grassroots levels around the country.

In DOH RO7, here are the programs and qualifications:

1. Dentist Deployment Project (DDP) – Licensed Dentist with an updated PRC ID

2. Family Health Associates (FHA) – Registered Nurse with an updated PRC ID

3. Medical Technologist Deployment Project (MTDP) – Licensed Medical Technologist with updated PRC ID

4. Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) – Registered Nurse with an updated PRC ID; Preferably with experience in Public Health

5. Pharmacist Deployment Project (PDP) – License Pharmacist with updated PRC ID

6. Public Health Associate (PHA) – Graduate of 4-year allied health professional; Preferably with experience in Public Health; Proficient in MS Word and Excel

7. Universal Health Care Implementers (UHCI) – Licensed Health Professional with an updated PRC ID; Graduate of 4-year course; Preferably with experience in Public Health;

8. Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP) – Licensed Midwife with an updated PRC ID; Preferably with experience in Public Health

In addition, applicants must have excellent communication and writing skills. They also must be willing to be deployed to four provinces of Central Visayas (Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor; follows Localization).

All applicants must also secure a Tax Identification Number (TIN) and Philhealth Number.

Online Application
To apply, fill out the application form through this link: Deployment Project Application Form. Deadline of Application will be on October 30, 2017. Applications submitted beyond the deadline will not be accepted.

Department of Health Philippines Job Vacancies 2018

Department of Health Philippines Job Vacancies 2018

The Department of Health Philippines is now accepting applications under the Human resources for Health deployment program for 2018 deployment. Interested person can check out

For Region 1 check Here

For Region 2 check Here

For Region 3 check Here

For Region 4A check Here

For Region 4B check Here

For Region 5 check Here

For Region 6 check Here

For Region 7 check Here

For Region 8 check Here

For Region 9 check Here

For Region 10 check Here

For Region 11 check Here

For Region 12 check Here

ENRICH Conference 2018: ENRICH Communication Course and Research Forum

ENRICH Conference 2018

ACH will host its co-located ENRICH Communication Course and Research Forum at the Hilton Downtown in Tampa, FL. These programs bring together 200+ healthcare professionals to engage in intensive communication training and to hear the latest research and teaching methods in the field. The ENRICH course and the Research Forum are two separate programs (see descriptions below for each). The programs unite participants and foster cross-collaborations through the following joint activities: Keynote sessions, Special interest groups, A poster session, and more.

Enrich conference

May 31 – June 3, 2018

Venue: Hilton Tampa Downtown

The ENRICH course teaches key communication, team-building and leadership skills to aid clinicians and administrators in conducting both everyday and challenging conversations in a more effective manner. These skills are key to improving patient and clinician experience and building healthier and stronger teams and organizations. ENRICH participants will learn, practice, and receive feedback on communication skills in interactive workshop sessions and small personal awareness groups led by seasoned AACH faculty.

Research Forum
June 1 – 3, 2018

Forum participants will attend and present on the latest research and teaching methods in healthcare communication in the form of oral presentations, workshops, special interest groups, and a poster session.

More information checkWebsite

4th Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Conference 2018

4th Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Conference 2018

Our world today is far from being safe, healthy or peaceful. Many countries are experiencing war or civil conflict; there are more refugees than ever before seeking a safe place to live for themselves and their families; bush fires, floods, earthquakes and tsunamis are a frequent occurrence; diseases such as Ebola and Zika threaten health and stability; climate change threatens entire populations. Nurses and midwives are in a unique position to act as role models and lead the way in promoting a safe, healthy and peaceful world.

The 4th Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Conference will provide an opportunity for nurses and midwives to share their work with colleagues across the world.

4th commonwealth nurses and midwives conference

Key Themes

Promoting health and wellbeing
Working with older people, young people, adolescents or children; people with mental health issues or other disabilities; in health education; or primary health care settings.

Alleviating illness and disease

Working to develop or implement new or improved practices, policies or quality improvement projects; to prevent or minimise communicable or non-communicable disease; in all health care settings.

Promoting social harmony and cohesion
Working with minority groups; with people who are marginalised, vulnerable or oppressed; in cross cultural settings; with refugees or people seeking asylum.

Contributing to a safe environment

Working with disease outbreaks; in disaster zones; with the effects of climate change; in areas of conflict; or in peacekeeping activities.

The conference is being held on the eve of Commonwealth Week 12-16 March 2018; so come and join the celebrations and fun on Commonwealth Day 12 March 2018 and other Commonwealth Week events. The full program will be announced at the beginning of September 2017.

Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place, Regentís Park, London NW1 4LE United Kingdom

Conference Fees

The conference fee includes registration for the conference, conference materials, lunch and refreshments. The conference fee also includes a reception on Saturday evening 10 March 2018. The conference fee does not include travel, accommodation or dinner

Most Commonwealth countries require visas to enter the United Kingdom. Check the website of the UK Border Authority to see whether or not you require a visa. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and-immigration

Please remember that it may take six to eight weeks for a visa to be processed, so start the process early. The CNMF is unable to assist with the visa application process however a letter of invitation will be issued to all accepted speakers and delegates who register.

Accommodation in London can be expensive; however inexpensive, comfortable hotels and hostels are available. The Royal College of Physicians has negotiated reduced rates at nearby hotels.

Also check out the following websites
» Booking.com
» LateRooms.com

The weather in London in March is likely to be cool (between 2 to 10 degrees) and also quite likely to be wet, so come prepared.

Conference Fees

Commonwealth high income countries
£400.00 Participant
£350.00 Presenter
Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, New Zealand, Seychelles, Singapore, St Kitts and Nevis, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom

Commonwealth middle income countries
£350.00 Participant
£300.00 Presenter
Bangladesh, Belize, Botswana, Cameroon, Dominica, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Namibia, Nauru, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Zambia

Commonwealth low income countries
£300.00 Participant
£250.00 Presenter
Gambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe

Non-Commonwealth countries

£500.00 Participant
£450.00 Presenter
All other countries not listed above

To register click
Click Here


If you require further information about the conference please contact Jill Iliffe, Executive Secretary, Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation.
Email: cnf@commonwealthnurses.org
Phone: +61 438 647 252

Adherence Conference 2018: Conference on HIV Treatment and Prevention Adherence

Adherence Conference 2018: Conference on HIV Treatment and Prevention Adherence

Adherence Conference
Adherence 2018 (13th International Conference on HIV Treatment and Prevention Adherence) will take place June 8-10, 2018, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami, FL, USA. Sponsored by the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), this annual series of conferences features the presentation and discussion of HIV treatment and biomedical prevention adherence research, as well as current behavioral and clinical perspectives in practicum, within the context of achieving an optimized continuum of HIV care and prevention.


Standard Registration Deadline – May 4, 2018

Abstract Submission/Disposition

Abstract Submission Deadline – February 23, 2018


Adherence 2018 will focus on state-of-the-science evidence on best practices and key lessons learned in the field of HIV treatment and prevention adherence since Adherence 2017, and provide a forum for discussions about practical, real-world implementation of behavioral, clinical, structural, and other interventions to maximize the therapeutic and preventative effects of antiretroviral agents.

The Adherence 2018 theme is Action to Impact. The conference will feature a keynote address, memorial lecture, and memorial colloquium, as well as breakfast workshops, plenary addresses, panel discussions, oral abstract sessions, and a poster session.

Read more on Website

Free Nursing Webinars 2017: Supporting Safe HIV Disclosure Thursday, November 16th

Free Nursing Webinars 2017

Dear Colleagues,

The Canadian Webinar Series on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights would like to invite you to ‘Save the Date’ for the second of a multi-phase series of webinars focused on key aspects regarding the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV in Canada:

Supporting Safe HIV Disclosure:

Canadian Webinar Series on Implementing the WHO Consolidated Guideline on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Women Living with HIV


WHO Consolidated Guideline Executive summary: Click Here

Link to the webinar on the consolidated guideline:

Click Here


The World Health Organization consolidated guideline on the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of women living with HIV is grounded in and advocates for a strengthened, comprehensive, woman-centred approach to SRHR. The guideline outlines evidence-based recommendations and good practice statements for key operational and service delivery issues that need to be addressed in order to uphold human rights and promote gender equality. Unique to the development of this guideline, a global community survey was conducted on the SRHR priorities of women living with HIV. It highlighted challenges experienced by women living with HIV who fear or experience violence to safely disclose their HIV status.

In Canada, many women living with HIV report experiencing, and/or fear experiencing violence and stigma, among other challenges, when disclosing their HIV status to family, friends, service providers, and/or sexual partners; particularly for those who experience multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination. In many cases, disclosure may not be safe or feasible. In Canada, where HIV non-disclosure is criminalized, women living with HIV must navigate additional structural challenges to disclosure.

In response to the need for better guidance on how to ensure the safety of women living with HIV within communities, as well as service and care provision, this webinar highlights current strategies, challenges, and opportunities to support safe HIV disclosure for women and girls living with HIV. The webinar brings together perspectives from women living with HIV, front-line community workers, researchers, clinicians, and policy makers who will share key considerations and highlight research and service gaps from the African, Caribbean, Black community, the Indigenous community, and the importance of integrating principles of the Meaningful Involvement of Women Living with HIV (MIWA) when designing interventions and recognizing women’s resilience.

You are warmly invited to join this webinar on Supporting Safe HIV Disclosure, (in English) Thursday, November 16th, 2017: 9:00-10:30AM PST, 12:00 -1: 30 EST, and 6:00 -7:30PM in Geneva.

Webinar Objectives:

The overall goal of the webinar series is to support implementation of the WHO consolidated guideline on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV.

Specific objectives include to:

•Provide an overview of current research about HIV disclosure in the Canadian context using data from the Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study (CHIWOS);

•Introduce a toolkit developed by women living with HIV and stakeholders for health and social service providers to support safer HIV disclosure;

•Gain insights from women living with HIV to highlight gaps in research and priority areas for further attention;

•Develop an action plan on to support the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV in the Canadian context, including actions to support safe HIV disclosure


Please follow this link to register for the webinar: Click Here/1842154053037620737

Webinar ID: 808-505-915