NMC CBT Sample Questions and CBT Exam Practice 1

Disclaimer: Note that these questions are just sample questions to help you to pass the NMC CBT exam

1. Which is not a cause of postural hypotension?
A. the time of day B. lack of exercise C. temperature D. recent food intake

2. Which is not an expected side effect of lumbar tap?
A. Headache B. Back pain C. Swelling and bruising D. Nausea and vomiting

3. A client was diagnosed to have infection. What is not a sign or symptom of infection?
A. A temperature of more than 38°C C. Chills and sweats
B. warm skin D. Aching muscles

4. What is respiration?
A. the movement of air into and out of the lungs to continually refresh the gases there, commonly called ‘breathing’
B. movement of oxygen from the lungs into the blood, and carbon dioxide from the lungs into the blood, commonly called ‘gaseous exchange’
C. movement of oxygen from blood to the cells, and of carbon dioxide from the cells to the blood
D. the transport of oxygen from the outside air to the cells within tissues, and the transport of carbon dioxide in the opposite direction.

5. You noticed that a colleague committed a medication administration error. Which should be done in this situation?
A. You should provide a written statement and also complete a Trust incident form.
B. You should inform the doctor.
C. You should report this immediately to the nurse in charge.
D. You should inform the patient.

6. A patient on your ward complains that her heart is ‘racing’ and you find that the pulse is too fast to the manually palpate. What would your actions be?
A. Shout for help and run to collect the crash trolley.
B. patient to calm down and check her most recent set of bloods and fluid balance.
C. A full set of observations: blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation and temperature. It is essential to perform a 12 lead ECG. The patient should then be reviewed by the doctor.
D. Check baseline observations and refer to the cardiology team.

7. You are looking after a postoperative patient and when carrying out their observations, you discover that they are tachycardic and anxious, with an increased respiratory rate. What could be happening? What would you do?
A. The patient is showing symptoms of hypovolaemic shock. Investigate source of fluid loss, administer fluid replacement and get medical support.
B. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of atelectasis. Administer a nebulizer, refer to physiotherapist for assessment.
C. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of uncontrolled pain. Administer prescribed analgesia, seek assistance from medical team.
D. The patient is demonstrating symptoms of hyperventilation. Offer reassurance, administer oxygen.

8. Why are elderly prone to postural hypotension? Select which does not apply:
A. The baroreflex mechanisms which control heart rate and vascular resistance decline with age.
B. Because of medications and conditions that cause hypovolaemia.
C. Because of less exercise or activities.
D. Because of a number of underlying problems with BP control.

9. When do you see problems or potential problems?
A. Assessment B. Planning C. Implementation D. Evaluation

10. A COPD patient is about to be discharged from the hospital. What is the best health teaching to provide this patient?
A. Increase fluid intake C. Quit smoking
B. Do not use home oxygen D. nebulize as needed

11. A patient is to be subjected for surgery but the patient’s BMI is low. Where will you refer the patient?
A. Speech and Language Therapist C. Chef
B. Dietitian D. Family member

12. All of the staff nurses on duty noticed that a newly hired staff nurse has been selective of her tasks. All of them thought that she has a limited knowledge of the procedures. What should the manager do in this situation?
A. Reprimand the new staff nurse in front of everyone that what she is doing is unacceptable.
B. Call the new nurse and talk to her privately; ask how the manager can be of help to improve her situation.
C. Ignore the incident and just continue with what she was doing.
D. Assign someone to guide the new staff nurse until she is competent in doing her tasks.

13. One busy day on your shift, a manager told you that all washes should be done by 10am. What would you do?
A. Follow the manager and ensure that everything is done on time.
B. Talk to the manager and tell her that the quality of care will be compromised if washes are rushed.
C. Ignore the manager and just continue with what you are doing.
D. Provide a written statement of the incident.

14. What do you have to consider if you are obtaining a consent from the patient?
A. Understanding B. Capacity C. Intellect D. Patient’s condition

15. A nurse documented on the wrong chart. What should the nurse do?
A. Immediately inform the nurse in charge and tell her to cross it all off.
B. Throw away the page
C. Write line above the writing; put your name, job title, date, and time.
D. Ignore the incident.

16. A patient is in the immediate recovery post-surgery. What should you monitor?
A. Breathing B. Temperature C. Blood loss D. Pain

17. You have a DM patient who is non-insulin dependent. How many portions of fruits and vegetables will you administer per day?
A. 3 portions B. 4 portions C. 5 portions D. 6 portions

18. A newly qualified nurse is not yet well versed when it comes to documentation. A nurse-in-charge noticed that this is the case and went to report the new nurse to their manager. What could the newly qualified nurse have done in order to prevent this incident?
A. Ignore the report and just continue with what she was doing.
B. She could have told the manager beforehand in order to have a support and additional training.
C. Apologize that she was not able to inform her immediate head beforehand.
D. Ask for the policies of the hospital in relation to documentation.

19. What ABG readings will you expect among COPD patients?
A. Increased PCO2, decreased PO2 C. Increased PCO2 & PO2
B. Decreased PCO2 & PO2 D. Decreased PCO2, increased PO2

20. A patient was brought to the A&E and manifested several symptoms: loss of intellect and memory; change in personality; loss of balance and co-ordination; slurred speech; vision problems and blindness; and abnormal jerking movements. Upon laboratory tests, the patient got tested positive for prions. Which disease is the patient possibly having?
A. Acute Gastroenteritis C. HIV/AIDS
B. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease D. Hepatitis

21. All are risk factors of Coronary Artery Disease except:
A. Obesity B. Smoking C. High Blood Pressure D. Female

22. When would it be beneficial to use a wound care plan?
A. On all chronic wounds C. On all infected wounds
B. On all complex wounds D. On every wound

23. What factors are essential in demonstrating supportive communication to patients?
A. Listening, clarifying the concerns and feelings of the patient using open questions.
B. Listening, clarifying the physical needs of the patient using closed questions.
C. Listening, clarifying the physical needs of the patient using open questions.
D. Listening, reflecting back the patient’s concerns and providing a solution.

24. How do you value dignity & respect in nursing care? Select which does not apply:
A. We value every patient, their families or carers, or staff.
B. We respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their priorities, needs, abilities and limits.
C. We find time for patients, their families and carers, as well as those we work with.
D. We are honest and open about our point of view and what we can and cannot do.

25. When dealing with a patient who has a biohazard specimen, how will you ensure proper disposal? Select which does not apply:
A. the specimen must be labelled with a biohazard
B. the specimen must be labelled with danger of infection
C. it must be in a double self-sealing bag
D. it must be transported to the laboratory in a secure box with a fastenable lid

26. For which of the following modes of transmission is good hand hygiene a key preventative measure? A. Airborne B. Direct Contact C. Droplet D. All of the above

27. What may not be cause of diarrheoa?
A. colitis B. intestinal obstruction C. food allergy D. food poisoning

28. What is the most definitive sign/complication 24 hours after liver biopsy?
A. intraperitoneal haemorrhage C. biliary peritonitis
B. infection D. referred pain

29. UK policy for needle prick injury inclues all but one:
A. Encourage the wound to bleed C. Wash the wound using running water and plenty of soap
B. Suck the wound D. Don’t scrub the wound while washing it

30. The following fruits can be eaten by a person with Crohn’s Disease except:
A. Mango B. Papaya C. Strawberries D. Cantaloupe

31. A patient was recommended to undergo lumbar puncture. As the nurse caring for this patient, what should you not expect as its complications:
A. Swelling and bruising B. Headache C. Back pain D. Infection

32. Mrs Jones has had a cerebral vascular accident, so her left leg is increased in tone, very stiff and difficult to position comfortably when she is in bed. What would you do?
A. Give Mrs Jones analgesia and suggest she sleeps in the chair.
B. Try to diminish increased tone by avoiding extra stimulation by ensuring her foot doesn’t come into contact with the end of the bed; supporting, with a pillow, her left leg in side lying and keeping the knee flexed.
C. Give Mrs Jones diazepam and tilt the bed.
D. Suggest a warm bath before she lies on the bed. Then use pillows to support the stiff limb.

33. A patient is agitated and is unable to settle. She is also finding it difficult to sleep, reporting that she is in pain. What would you do at this point?
A. Ask her to score her pain, describe its intensity, duration, the site, any relieving measures and what makes it worse, looking for non-verbal clues, so you can determine the appropriate method of pain management.
B. Give her some sedatives so she goes to sleep.
C. Calculate a pain score, suggest that she takes deep breaths, reposition her pillows, return in 5 minutes to gain a comparative pain score.
D. Give her any analgesia she is due. If she hasn’t any, contact the doctor to get some prescribed. Also give her a warm milky drink and reposition her pillows. Document your action.

34. A patient has been confined in bed for months now and has developed pressure ulcers in the buttocks area. When you checked the waterlow it is at level 20. Which type of bed is best suited for this patient?
A. water mattress B. Egg crater mattress C. air mattresses D. Dynamic mattress

35. What is positive fluid balance?
A. A deficit in fluid volume.
B. A state when fluid intake is greater than output.
C. Retention of both electrolytes and water in proportion to the levels in the extracellular fluid.
D. A state where the body has less water than it needs to function properly.

36. How should you position a patient after lumbar puncture?
A. flat on bed C. semi-fowlers
B. fowlers D. side-lying

37. Why would the intravenous route be used for the administration of medications?
A. It is a useful form of medication for patients who refuse to take tablets because they don’t want to comply with treatment.
B. It is cost effective because there is less waste as patients forget to take oral medication.
C. The intravenous route reduces the risk of infection because the drugs are made in a sterile environment and kept in aseptic conditions.
D. The intravenous route provides an immediate therapeutic effect and gives better control of the rate of administration as a more precise dose can be calculated so treatment can be more reliable.

38. A patient has collapsed with an anaphylactic reaction. What symptoms would you expect to see?
A. The patient will have a low blood pressure and will have a fast heart rate usually associated with skin and mucosal changes.
B. The patient will have a high blood pressure and will have a fast heart rate
C. The patient will quickly find breathing very difficult because of compromise to their airway or circulation. This is accompanied by skin and mucosal changes.
D. The patient will experience a sense of impending doom, hyperventilate and be itchy all over.

39. When is the time to take the vital signs of the patients? Select which does not apply:
A. At least once every 12 hours, unless specified otherwise by senior staff.

B. When they are admitted or initially assessed.
C. On transfer to a ward setting from critical care or transfer from one ward to another.
D. Every four hours.

40. What are the principles of gaining informed consent prior to planned surgery?
A. Gaining permission for an imminent procedure by providing information in medical terms, ensuring a patient knows the potential risks and intended benefits.
B. Gaining permission from a patient who is competent to give it, by providing information, both verbally and with written material, relating to the planned procedure, for them to read on the day of planned surgery.
C. Gaining permission from a patient who is competent to give it, by informing them about the procedure and highlighting risks if the procedure is not carried out.
D. Gaining permission from a patient who is competent to give it, by providing information in understandable terms prior to surgery, allowing time for answering questions, and inviting voluntary participation.

41. What do you need to consider when helping a patient with shortness of breath sit out in a chair?
A. They shouldn’t sit out in a chair; lying flat is the only position for someone with shortness of breath so that there are no negative effects of gravity putting pressure on the lungs.
B. Sitting in a reclining position with the legs elevated to reduce the use of postural muscle oxygen requirements, increasing lung volumes and optimizing perfusion for the best V/Q ratio. The patient should also be kept in an environment that is quiet so they don’t expend any unnecessary energy.
C. The patient needs to be able to sit in a forward leaning position supported by pillows. They may also need access to a nebulizer and humidified oxygen so they must be in a position where this is accessible without being a risk to others.
D. There are two possible positions, either sitting upright or side lying. Which is used is determined by the age of the patient. It is also important to remember that they will always need a nebulizer and oxygen and the air temperature must be below 20° C.

42. If you were told by a nurse at handover to take ‘standard precautions’, what would you expect to be doing?
A. Taking precautions when handling blood and ‘high risk’ body fluids so as not to pass on any infection to the patient.
B. Wearing gloves, an apron and a mask when caring for someone in protective isolation.
C. Asking relatives to wash their hands when visiting patients in the clinical setting.
D. Using appropriate hand hygiene, wearing gloves and an apron when necessary, disposing of used sharp instruments safely, and providing care in a suitably clean environment to protect yourself and the patients.

43. On checking the stock balance in the controlled drug record book as a newly qualified nurse, you and a colleague notice a discrepancy. What would you do?
A. Check the cupboard, record book and order book. If the missing drugs aren’t found, contact pharmacy to resolve the issue. Make sure to fill out an incident form.
B. Document the discrepancy on an incident form and contact the senior pharmacist on duty.

C. Check the cupboard, record book and order book. If the missing drugs aren’t found the police need to be informed.
D. Check the cupboard, record book and order book and inform the registered nurse or person in charge of the clinical area. If the missing drugs are not found then inform the most senior nurse on duty. Make sure to fill out an incident form.

44. The following are signs & symptoms of hypovolemic shock, except:
A. Confusion C. Strong pulse
B. Rapid heart rate D. Decrease Blood Pressure

45. The following must be considered in procuring a consent, except:
A. respect and support people’s rights to accept or decline treatment or care
B. withhold people’s rights to be fully involved in decisions about their care
C. be aware of the legislation regarding mental capacity
D. gain consent before treatment or care starts

46. Which is not an appropriate way to care for patients with Dementia/Alzheimer’s?
A. Ensure people with dementia are excluded from services because of their diagnosis, age, or any learning disability.
B. Encourage the use of advocacy services and voluntary support.
C. Allow people with dementia to convey information in confidence.
D. Identify and wherever possible accommodate preferences (such as diet, sexuality and religion).

47. All but one, are characteristics of an ideal wound dressing:
A. Cost-effective B. allows gaseous exchange C. Low humidity D. absorbent

48. A 45-year old patient was diagnosed to have Piles (Haemorrhoids). During your health education with the patient, you informed him of the risk factors of Piles. You would tell him that it is caused by all of the following except:
A. Straining when passing stool
B. being overweight
C. Lack of fibre in the diet
D. prolonged walking

49. Which behaviours will encourage a patient to talk about their concerns?
A. Giving re assurance and telling them not to worry.
B. Asking the patient about their family and friends.
C. Tell the patient you are interested in what is concerning them and that you are available to listen.
D. Tell the patient you are interested in what is concerning them and if they tell you, they will feel better.

50. What is the difference between denial and collusion?
A. Denial is when a healthcare professional refuses to tell a patient their diagnosis for the protection of the patient whereas collusion is when healthcare professionals and the patient agree on the information to be told to relatives and friends.
B. Denial is when a patient refuses treatment and collusion is when a patient agrees to it.
C. Denial is a coping mechanism used by an individual with the intention of protecting themselves from painful or distressing information whereas collusion is the withholding of information from the patient with the intention of ‘protecting them’.
D. Denial is a normal acceptable response by a patient to a life threatening diagnosis whereas collusion is not.

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Access to Nursing and Midwifery Course List of Colleges

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Nursing Jobs in Nigeria oil Companies

Urgent applications are invited from BOTH MALE AND FEMALE NURSES with 7 – 10 years of working experience and possession of a post basic qualification in either Emergency or Anaesthetist Nursing

Work schedule:
Monday – Fridays and Alternate Weekends

Major Job highlights
Actively involved in emergency and primary treatment for accidents and illnesses; organize first aid as necessary and evacuation where necessary.
 Follow up Primary and Contingency Emergency Medical Response Plans Onshore Site
 Maintain accurate MEDICAL records, reports and statistics
 Maintain daily accident, consultation, referral and hospitalization log

Method of Application.
send application to jay@nursingworldnigeria.com

Nursing Jobs in Port Harcourt: Workforce Management Centre Limited Vacancies for Male Nurses

Workforce Management Centre Limited is a Management Consulting and Outsourcing Professional Services Firm.

Following its inception in July 2004, Workforce Management Centre Limited (Workforce) has built an enviable reputation as the leading indigenous management and professional services consulting firm in Nigeria. Drawing from its Deep Domain Expertise, in the area of organisational effectiveness and employee performance, the Company is positioned to assist businesses across diverse sectors of the economy in their quest to create sustainable value for their stakeholders.

Position: Male Nurse

Location: Port Harcourt

Requirements:
* Must have at least 2 years’ experience in the Hospital & Health Care industry.

Method of Application
Qualified and interested candidates should kindly send their CVs to: jobs@wfmcentre.com

Please indicate the position for which you are applying for in the subject line.

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED.

Nursing Jobs in Abuja: Synapse Services Vacancies for Nurses

Synapse Services – We are a fast growing Center for Psychological Medicine based within the Abuja , Lagos and Niger state metropolis, currently retaining the services of a robust mixture of local and internationally trained staff that provide excellent, client focused services.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Psychiatric Nurse

Location: Abuja

Responsibilities
* Assessing care requirements/writing care plans
* Carrying out screening tests
* Providing information, emotional support and reassurance to Patients
* Taking patient samples, pulses, temperatures and blood pressures
* Writing records
* Tutoring Support Workers

Qualifications and Requirements
* Applicants must possess B.Sc in Nursing / RPN
* Be male or female between the ages of 22 and 35 years
* Must Be a resident of Abuja
* Be medically and physically fit.
* Must have 2-3years Working Experience

Application Closing Date
30th April, 2017.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV’s to: Mainlandjobs@synapseservices.org with the job title as subject of the Email.

College of Health Technology Calabar 2017/2018 Admission Form on Sale

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the college for the under listed programmes. Application forms can be accessed online at www.chtcalabar.edu.ng from 20th March, 2017

Course of Study:
Public Health Nursing

Duration: Two Years

Entry Qualification:
a. Nigerian Registered Nurse (NRN).
b. National Diploma or its equivalent in Nursing.
c. Holders of the above must possess the basic O’level credits in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Certification: HND IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING (WAHEB)

Note: only 2017 JAMB scores will be accepted.

To access the online application form, candidates should follow the steps listed below:
1. Walk into any branch of First Bank Nigeria and pay the sum of N8,000.00 (Eight Thousand Naira) only through the College of Health Pay Direct platform.
2. Obtain payment acknowledgement slip indicating a unique payment ID from the bank after payment.
3. Visit the college website at www.chtcalabar.edu.ng after 3 – 4 hours and log on to the e-application portal with the receipt number and serial number indicated on the payment printout.
4. Print out a copy of their application form after registration.

Closing date for sales of form is 3rd June 2017. The portal will be shut by midnight on 3rd June 2017.

* Applicants will be subjected to an entrance examination scheduled to hold on the 10th June, 2017 at the college compound. Candidates for HIM–ND, HIM–HND, EHO–ND and EHO–HND are exempted from the examination.
* For all enquiries, please call Director of Academics on 08095648059 or Adat on 08176359171.
* For issues with online application, call College of Health ICT help desk on 08037937122.
* Candidates are encouraged to visit the College café or e-Library for assistance on completing the e-registration form.

Signed: Registrar.

School of Nursing, Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti 2017 Admission Forms On Sale

This is to inform the general public that admission forms into the SCHOOL OF NURSING, FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, IDO-EKITI for 2017/2018 academic session are now available for SALE ONLINE.

QUALIFICATONS:
Candidates must possess a minimum of Five Credits in WAEC/SSCE/NECO to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at not more than two sittings.

Age: Candidate’s age should not be less than seventeen (17) years.

METHOD OF APPLICATION

1. Any interested candidate should go to any commercial bank e.g HERITAGE BANK PLC to pay and obtain PIN NUMBERS VENDED’
2. With the pin number obtained from the bank, visit www.sonfthidoekiti.com to fill the on-line admission application form.
3. Candidates should print a photo card from the website on successful completion of the admission application.
4. Candidates should come along with his/her photo card on the day of the examination.

APPLICATION FEE
The Application Form is NINE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED NAIRA ONLY (N9,500.00). Payable at any Commerical bank in Nigeria.

CLOSING DATE
Online application must be completed on or before Wednesday, 16th August, 2017.

DATE OF EXAMINATION: Examination holds on Saturday, 19th August, 2017 by 9.00am.

VENUE: SCHOOL OF NURSING, FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, IDO-EKITI

FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Please contact the office of the Principal, School of Nursing, Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti.

CONTACT NUMBERS: 08036606142, 08062914345, 08038897840

NOTE: NO PAYMENT SHOULD BE MADE TO ANY INDIVIDUAL/AGENT OR PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT. PAY DIRECTLY TO ANY COMMERCIAL BANK AND OBTAIN YOUR PIN AND THEREAFTER, COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION ON-LINE.

SIGNED:
Dr. Raymond Okere
Ag.Chief Medical Director

Mrs. Omoyeni Ebunola
Ag. Principal

Which School of Fursing Form is Out Now: School of Nursing UCH 2017/2018

which school of nursing form is out now? Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the University College Hospital UCH School of Nursing in October 2017. The General Entrance Examination Committee in University College Hospital will conduct the entrance examination on 8th April 2017. Only candidates who attain acceptable standard at the examination will be considered for selection following interview.

The course is for a period of three years, after which candidates will be presented for both the School and Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Final Examination to qualify as Registered Nurses (RN).

Admission Requirements:

Interested candidates who should be of age 17 1/2 years and above, and possess the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent with credit in at least 5 subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics. Only individuals with required credit passes at not more than two sittings from the same examination body may apply.

Method of Application:

Candidates should request for application forms from the 5th December, 2016 from the School of Nursing, UCH, Ibadan with:
(i) Non-refundable fee of Seven thousand, Five Thousand Naira only (#7,500.00) payable to UCH School of Nursing University College Hospital, Ibadan Treasury Single Account. And present the teller to the school for receipt and collection of admission form.
(ii) Three recent passport photographs (Colored but white background only).

No application letter is required.

Completed application forms must reach the Principal of this School not later than Monday 27th March, 2017.

*Submission of forms starts on Monday 6th February, 2017.

The entrance examination comes up on Saturday 8t April, 2017.

Neither the School nor the Committee will enter into correspondence with any unsuccessful candidate.

Makinde A. (Mr.)
Deputy Director (Nursing Training/Principal School of Nursing

Ondo State school of Nursing Form 2017/2018

Ondo State school of Nursing Form 2017/2018

Applications are hereby invited from qualified candidates for admission into Ondo State School of Nursing, Akure for October 2017 Academic Session

COURSE DURATION

Three (3) Years

ENTRY QUALIFICATION

West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) or National Examination Council (NECO) with at least FIVE (5) passes at Credit level at not more than TWO (2) sittings from any of the Examination bodies which MUST include English Language, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Mathematics. (NECO and WASC results combination is acceptable) AWAITING RESULT CANDIDATES ARE NOT QUALIFIED

PAYMENT

Pay the sum of N12,500.00 (Twelve thousand five hundred naira) only into
Bank: ACCESS BANK PLC
Account No.: 0715096565
Account Name: Ondo State School of Nursing, Akure.
Submit a copy of your payment teller to the Bursar at the school premises and obtain the school receipt and scratch card

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Visit the school e-portal at www.sonak.org.ng
Click Apply Now on the menu and follow the instructions.
Fill in your data and relevant details required
Scan and upload your recent passport photograph (Max. size 30kb)
Print a copy of acknowledgement and Exam Notification slip after successful completion of online application

CLOSING DATE

9th June, 2017

EXAM DATE

17th June, 2017 by 8:00 am PROMPT

EXAM VENUE

will be contained in the Notification slip

DISCLAMER NOTICE

Beware of Fraudsters

Ondo State School of Nursing hereby notify the general public that it has never at any time appointed any agent or representative on the sale of admission form for the school. Any person or persons who presented him or herself is an impostor and should be reported to the nearest police station or the school management. The official website for the Ondo State School of Nursing, Akure is www.sonak.org.ng

Nursing Jobs Currently Available in Nairobi 2017

CarePay Provider Officer

Main Purpose of Position

To acquire, contract and manage a number of healthcare providers to ensure quality of service and revenue generation for CarePay.

Qualifications for the Provider Officer Job

Degree in Nursing or other medical background/health related field.
Strong understanding of private and public outpatient healthcare delivery
At least 3 -5 years of relevant working experience
Proven experience in health insurance and/or private healthcare
Experience in Case Management including claims
Client relations experience
An understanding of confidentiality and data protection issues.

Personal Attributes for the Provider Officer Job

Good analytical, logical and problem solving skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Negotiation and contracting skills
Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work with cross cultural and diverse people and teams
Customer care, collaboration and team working skills
Demonstrable networking and external relations skills
Eye for details
Training and facilitation skills
Diplomatic
Computer proficiency including word processing and spreadsheets
Flexible and ability to adapt or change to new situations and handle high levels of uncertainty
Discretion in handling confidential information.
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, professionalism and a commitment to CarePay’s mission.
Physical Demands/Working Conditions:

May be required to travel in-country for approximately 70% of the time.

How to Apply

If you meet the requirements of this position, apply by sending a Cover Letter explaining briefly how you meet the criteria for the position and updated CV to: recruitment@carepay.co.ke quoting the position in the email subject matter.

The deadline for application is 20th March 2017.