Vacancies for Filipino Nurses on Dublin Ireland

A POEA-licensed recruitment agency  Abba Personnel Services, Inc. announced that teaching hospitals in Dublin, Ireland have some vacancies for nurses. Since April 2016, Abba has already deployed more than 300 nurses to Ireland, on a deployment period of just 2-6 months due to minimal requirements.

 

Client interviews will be held via Skype on August 29-30, 2018, with annual salary of €30,000 to €43,904 or around P150,000 to P235,000 montly!

 

If you are interested, here are the details:

 

 

 

Requirements

They are looking for registered nurses assigned to Surgery, Medicine, ICU, Pediatrics, Neuromedicine/Neurosurgery, ER/A&E, or Oncology/Hematology areas with the following qualifications:

 

NMBI Decision Letter or submitted NMBI Application Pack

2 years of acute care experience in the desired area

Maximum of 6 months work gap

Salary and Benefits

– Annual salary ranging from 30,000 – 43,904EUR (~150,000 – 235,000PhP per month) depending on years of experience

– Flight reimbursement allowance

– Accommodation sourced and allowance provided

– Assistance with NMBI registration

– Assistance with ATWS and Visa application

– Meet and Greet upon arrival

– No placement fee

 

If you are interested and qualified, you may apply now be sending an email of your updated CV and a copy of your NMBI Decision Letter to abbainireland@gmail.com. For more inquiries and concerns, call Hazel at 0917 104 2675 / 0929 451 0012.

 

KNOW YOUR AGENCY!

ABBA Personnel Services Inc. was given the “Award of Excellence” in the latest POEA Agency Awards in 2013, the most recognized overseas recruitment agency awards in the country. This Award was given due to the 3 consecutive instances Abba has received the “Top Performer Award” (2002, 2005, and 2009) which evaluates agencies not just on volume of deployments; but also compliance with recruitment laws and rules; responsiveness to workers’ welfare on site; technical and marketing capability; and welfare programs and allied services.

 

Abba Personnel Services, Inc.

11th Floor Goldloop Tower A, Escriva Drive

Ortigas Center, Pasig

637-1393 / 637-1324 / 0917-1042675 / 0929-4510012

www.abba.ph

facebook.com/abbapsi

 

POEA LICENSE NO. 159-LB-091615-RAOE. NO FEES TO BE COLLECTED. BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS. ACCREDITATION NO. 10283484.

Southeast Asian Placement Center, Inc. Recruiting Filipino Nurses to Cayman Islands

Only IELTS of 6 is required.

Southeast Asian Placement Center, Inc. (SEAPCI) a POEA licensed agency is recruiting Filipino Nurses to Cayman Islands.  The company posted online that there’s an urgent opportunity for registered nurses in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands which is a British territory.

 

Salary : KYD5,000 to KYD6,000 (P300,000 to P350,000)  monthly. you will get to fly to Cayman Islands and start work within 30 to 60 days from date of acceptance!

 

Here are the details, as posted by SEAPCI:

 

 

 

Here’s an urgent job opportunity for all Filipino Registered Nurses with valid US, UK or NZ license. We are in urgent need of Male & Female Registered Nurses willing to work in an Urgent Care Clinic in the Cayman Islands ASAP.

 

Role: Registered Nurse (20 vacancies)

Employer: A high-end Urgent Care Clinic

Location: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (A British Overseas Territory)

Salary: KYD5,000 to KYD6,000 (P300,000 to P350,000) / month

Contract: 2 years

Working hours: 40 hrs./week

Email: cher.desilva@seapci.com

 

You are entitled to these benefits:

* 100% TAX FREE

* No placement, processing or any salary-deducted fees

* Free round-trip airplane ticket

* Free 1-month temporary accommodation upon arrival

* Health insurance – 100% paid by the employer

* Pension plan (after 9 months) – 5% paid by the employer, 5% paid by you

 

 

 

Your qualifications must include:

* 2+ years work experience in an acute care setting such as ER, ICU and OR

* Preferably single

* An NCLEX passer (US), Nursing & Midwifery Council passer (UK), or Nursing Council of New Zealand passer (NZ)

* IV Therapy certified

 

It is an advantage if you have:

* A valid IELTS certificate with 6.0 overall band score

 

You are/have:

* Strong English communication skills

* Personable

* Hardworking

* High-level of customer service

 

You are expected to:

* Perform “continuous cleaning” in addition to nursing duties (The employer has a policy of “clean as you go” to maintain the cleanliness of the workplace.)

 

Apply now by sending your CV to Ms. Cher at cher.desilva@seapci.com. NOTE: Only shortlisted candidates will be notified via email or phone call.

 

 

 

 

 

Southeast Asian Placement Center, Inc. (POEA-131-LB-042116-R) is known to offer high-paying overseas jobs for globally-competitive Filipino nurses. Guaranteed No Placement Fee, Processing Fee or Any Salary Deductions!

Mufulira Nursing College 2019 Admission form and interview dates

Mufulira nursing college is currently  selling application forms for the 2019 interview intake.

 

 

 

To obtain the application form and set up your interview, you need to visit the school.

 

 

 

Note that there is no online form submission

Mukinge School of Nursing 2019 Admission form and interview Dates

Admission forms for Mukinge school of nursing is currently in sale for the 2019 interview intake.

 

To obtain the application form and set up your interview, you need to visit the school.

 

Note that there is no online form submission

Gateway to Better Living School of Nursing 2019 Admission forms on Sale

Gateway to better living school of nursing is currently selling application forms for January 2019 admission intake.

Application sales is starting 27th to 31st August for January intake 2019

Hurry up and obtain the application form

Narh Bita College Courses, Admission Forms and Requirements for 2018/2019

Applications are invited from prospective and qualified candidates for admission into the Following programmes:

  • Bsc Nursing
  • Bsc Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Bsc Physician Assistantship
  • Registered General Nursing (diploma)
  • Post Registered Nurse Assistant/Community Health Nurse Midwifery
  • Medical Laboratory Tech. (diploma)
  • Laboratory Technician (cert.)
  • Registered Nurse Assistant
  • Others ………………….

 

Applications are invited from prospective and qualified candidates for admission into the
following under graduate, diploma and certificate  programmes under the School of Medical Sciences and School of Allied Health Sciences:

  • SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES:

DEPARTMENT OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY

  • BSC NURSING PROGRAMME  (DEGREE)

(Accredited by National Accreditation Board, and Affiliated to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi)

 SESSIONS-              1. MORNING  (REGULAR)           2. EVENING                    3.WEEKEND

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

(A) Applicants with SSSCE certificates must have total aggregate of twenty-four
(24) or better in six(6) subjects, comprising: A – D in THREE CORE SUBJECTS- i.e. English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science and AT LEAST Credit in  (3) Elective subjects in any of the following:

  • Elective Mathematics         II. Biology          III. Physics       IV. Chemistry

 (B)   Applicants with WASSCE Results must obtain a minimum of six (6) Credit Passes (i.e. A1 –C6) in three (3) Core Subjects i.e. English, Mathematics and Integrated Science., and in  (3) Elective subjects in any of the following:

  • Elective Mathematics         II. Biology          III. Physics       IV. Chemistry

C) MATURE APPLICANTS (EVENING AND WEEKEND)
Must :

  • Be at least 25 years and above at the time of application.
  • Pass an entrance examination to be conducted by the College
  • Pass a selection interview.
  • Have a minimum of three years of relevant work experience.

Mature applicants include:

    • DIPLOMA HOLDERS

Candidates with Diploma certificate in Nursing from recognized institutions with a minimum GPA of 2.50 and a pass in the licensure examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council will be admitted to third year. (NB: No Entrance Examination)

    • OTHER MATURE CANDIDATES
  • Holders of Diploma in Nursing Education/Administration with a minimum of B+ average. (enter the programme in third year)
  • State Registered Nurses (enter the programme in second year)

Health Assistants, Community, or Enrolled Nurse and non-nurse mature candidates (enter the programme in first year) must obtain a minimum of six (6) Credit Passes (i.e. A1 –C6) in three (3) Core subjects and three (3) Elective subjects in the following options; Science, General Arts, Agriculture Programme and Home Economic with a total aggregate of Thirty Six (36) or better.

    

  • REGISTERED GENERAL NURSING (RGN) (DIPLOMA) Programme:

     Duration: Three (3) years

     ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

  • Applicants with SSSCE certificates must have total aggregate of twenty-four (24) or better in six(6)

subjects, comprising: A – D in all THREE CORE SUBJECTS- i.e. English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science and AT LEAST Credit in  (3) Elective subjects in any of the following options(See Table Below):

  • Applicants with WASSCE Certificates must obtain a minimum of six (6) Credit Passes (i.e. A1 –C6) in

three (3) Core subjects and three (3) Elective subjects (See Table Below) with a total aggregate of Thirty Six (36) or better.

   

Elective Programmes

 

Elective Subjects

 

A

 

Science Option

 

  • Mathematics(Elective)
  • Physics
  • chemistry
  • Biology
 

B

 

General Arts Option

 

  • Literature in English
  • French
  • Ghanaian Language
  • Christian Religious Studies OR Islamic Religious Studies
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • History
  • Government
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • General Knowledge in Art
 

C

Agriculture Programme Option  

  • General Agriculture
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • French
 

D

 

Home Economic Option

 

  • Management in Living
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Economics
  • Chemistry
  • French
  • General Knowledge in Art
  • POST REGISTERED NURSE ASSISTANT/

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE MIDWIFERY (CERTIFICATE)
       Duration:  Two (2) years

       ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualified Health Assistant or Community Health Nurse
  • Three (3) years post training working experience
  • A testimonial from current employer
  • Have no criminal record
  • Be medically fit certified by qualified Medical Officer

 

  •  REGISTERED NURSE ASSISTANT (CERTIFICATE)

    Duration: Two (2) years.

   ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

  • Applicants with SSSCE certificates must have total aggregate of Thirty (30) or better in

three (3) Core subjects, comprising: A – E in all THREE CORE SUBJECTS- i.e. English, 
            Mathematics and Integrated Science and (A-E) in any three (3) elective subjects.

  • Applicants with WASSCE certificates must have an aggregate score of Forty Eight (48) or better

comprising (A1-E8) in three (3) Core subjects i.e. English, Mathematics and Integrated 
          Science and (A1-E8) in any three elective subjects.

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSHIP (DEGREE)
 
   1.  BSC PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSHIP (DEGREE)

Duration: Four (4) years

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
      (A)    Applicants with SSSCE certificate must have aggregate score of twenty-four (24)(A-D) or better in six
subjects, comprising: (3 core subjects, i.e. English, Mathematics and Integrated Science and 3 electives in pure
science, i.e.   Elective Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

      (B)     Applicants with WASSCE certificate must have aggregate score of Thirty-six (36)(A1-C6) or better in six
subjects,comprising: ((3 core subjects, i.e. English, Mathematics and Integrated Science and 3 electives in pure
science, i.e. Elective Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry)
        

C) MATURE APPLICANTS (EVENING AND WEEKEND)
 

          •   DIPLOMA IN PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSHIP (Medical )

Candidates with Diploma certificate in Physician Assistantship from recognized institutions with a minimum GPA of 2.50 and a pass in the licensure examination conducted by the Medical and Dental  Council will be admitted to third year (Level 300).
           (II)   OTHERS
Mature applicants must be qualified Nurses (SRN/RGN) or holders of Bachelor degree in Human Biology. In addition, candidates must have attained the age of 25 years or above with five (5) credits in five (5) GCE “O” Levels or six passes in SSSCE/ WASSCE subjects including English Language ,Mathematics and Science, and must have at least three (3) years working experience in addition to passing an entrance examination and interview. Successful candidates would be admitted into level 200.
 

  • SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES

 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

  • BSC MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (DEGREE)

 (Accredited by National Accreditation Board, and Affiliated to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi)

SESSIONS-              1. MORNING (REGULAR)                    2. EVENING                    3.WEEKEND

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

i. Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE)
Grade D or better in three (3) core subjects i.e. English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science and three (3) elective subjects namely Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Elective Mathematics.

ii. West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
Grade C6 or better in three (3) core subjects i.e. English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies and three (3) elective subjects namely Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Elective Mathematics.

iii. General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level
Passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better). Also, the applicant must have had credit passes (Grade 6) in five GCE Ordinary Level subjects including English, Mathematics and a Science subject (for non-science students) and an Arts subject for Science students.

iv. Mature Students’ Entry Requirements

Applicants must have:

  • FIVE (5) credits at the ‘O’ level, including English language and mathematics

OR

  • WASSCE/SSSCE credit passes in THREE relevant Elective Subjects: Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics

OR

  • Ministry of Health Certificates in Medical Laboratory Technology or Science

Laboratory Technology with elective science background shall be interviewed and          successful applicants placed in the FIRST YEAR. However, those without elective science background will go through Access Course that encompasses the Six (6) major areas in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, Mathematics and Integrated Science

 

In addition to the above requirements, applicants should:

  • Be at least 25 years at the time of submitting the application and must show proof of age with birth certificate or any legitimate documentary proof of birth date which is at least 5 years old at the time of application.
  • Provide an introductory letter from employer or show any other proof of employment.

V.  Others
Professional Certificate Holders in Medical Laboratory

  • Diploma Certificate Holders

Applicants with Diploma Certificates from a recognised institution will be admitted to level 300 of the programme

  • HND Certificate Holders

Applicants with HND Certificate will be admitted to level 200 after passing an entrance examination.

 

2. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (DIPLOMA)

Duration:  Three (3) years.
   
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

  • Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE)

 

Grade D or better in three (3) core subjects (English Language, Mathematics (Core), Integrated Science or Social Studies) and two (2) elective subjects i.e. Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Elective Maths.

  • West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)

 

Grade C6 or better in three (3) core subjects (English Language, Mathematics (Core), Integrated Science or Social Studies) and two (2) elective subjects i.e. Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Elective Maths.

 

3. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (CERTIFICATE)
Duration: Two (2) years.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

  • Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE)

Grade E or better in three (3) core subjects (English Language, Mathematics (Core), Integrated Science or Social Studies) and any three (3) elective subjects.

  • West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)

Grade E8 or better in three (3) core subjects (English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science and any three (3) elective subjects.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

PLEASE NOTE:

WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL EQUIVALENTS OF GRADES (WASSCE / SSSCE)

SSSCE

WASSCE

GRADE

INTERPRETATION

A

A1

1

Excellent

B

B2

2

Very Good

C

B3

3

Good

D

C4, C5, C6

4

Credit

E

D7, E8

5

Pass

F

F9

Fail

 

NOTE:     The lumping together of SSSCE and WASSCE results is NOT accepted.
                  Candidates with SSSCE and WASSCE results will be treated separately for admission 
                  purposes.
            
MODE OF APPLICATION
Application forms for admission may be purchased at the GENERAL OFFICE, Narh-Bita College Main Campus (near Narh-Bita Hospital, Tema) or Adom Campus at Community five (5) opposite St. Pauls Methodist Church, for a non-refundable fee of GH¢100.00. Alternatively, the Application forms can be downloaded from the college’s website at www.narhbita.com.gh and pay processing fee on submission. Completed application forms with certified copies of relevant supporting documents should be sent to:

For enquiries please:

The Registrar
Narh-Bita College
P.O. Box CO 1061
Tema

or

Phone: +233-303-206563/ 020 0124980 (from 9:00AM to 4:00PM)

Fax: +233-303-206365

E-mail: admissions@narhbita.com.gh / college@narhbita.com.gh

NursingNow: Quest for ‘Magnate’ recognition for Kenyan Nurses

NursingNow, Kenya campaign seeks to empower nurses to take their place at the heart of tackling 21st Century health challenges. I feel it also ought to be a quest for some form of ‘magnate’ recognition for Kenyan nurses. May be NursingNow and Magnate look like two mega issues, but they are go-zones for us in Kenya too. Therefore let’s try and bring out these possibilities.

The Magnet Recognition Program in the US was created for health care organizations who truly value nursing talent. The Nurses’ Association there birthed the idea with only five hospitals, in 1994.

The Magnate is now a prestigious credentialing accolade any hospital would aspire to exclusively granted by American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).  By 2000 it was receiving numerous requests with some from outside the US. Nurses in poorly sourced settings are eager to travel these paths by properly positioning themselves. However, they were conscious that there were unique contextual factors that were present in these settings that hindered them.

We too can raise the bar of quality in our own unique way! We can afford to celebrate the power of the individual (and corporate) acts, big and small, to make a difference in the lives of patients, families and the nurses. We can strive to enhance the patient’s or nurse’s experiences, improve quality, and cultivate a healing environment and patient-centered culture.

NursingNow Kenya could be seen as a force towards Magnetism. We can leapfrog here since we now have some attention, albeit borne from a crisis. We should never waste a crisis. “Never let a good crisis go to waste” was attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, the British Premier during World war II. As far-fetched the idea of magnetism might appear we must not stop dreaming, but more important we must act, change course if need be.

Sadly nurses in Kenya for many years are still under-minded and unrecognized for what they do and their roles. But complaining alone will not do, we now got NursingNow, it is on your marks…set Go! Were nurses set… and ready…to Go? Hopefully, we are not getting caught flat-footed this time. We must own the NursingNow and run with it. Nursing must change going forward.

As the health professionals closest to the public nurses should be empowered to use their knowledge, skills, and expertise. Maximize nurses’ contribution to health for all, involve nurses in decision making in health, nurses should be supported to drive health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment.

The nurses’ role in policy development and planning has been too small, despite the invaluable insights their unique position in the health system gives them.

Policy makers and leaders in Kenya should develop new models of care that maximize nursing’s contributions to achieving the Jubilee Government’s Big Four agenda ‘Universal Health Coverage’ and other health goals. More importantly, Kenyans themselves will do themselves lots of good if they endeavour to raise the profile and status of nursing in Kenya.

Americans and the rest of the world have done so, and maybe that was the reason why we continue to envy them while we look down on our own… to the detriment of our own health system. The world over nurses were leading the battlefront in terms of their institutions’ accreditation using learning models.

 

Magnate® and Planetree® models in the US offers some of the best prototypes of what nurses could learn and the difference it had made (ANCC Magnet Recognition Program, 2018). These encourage greater nursing authority Excellence in Nursing Services as guided by evidence-based practice. Planetree, on the other hand, recognizes as a standard of excellence: patient-/person-centered care based on evidence and standards.

 

‘Magnete Recognition means education and development for the nurse through every career stage, which leads to greater autonomy. To patients, it means the very best care, delivered by nurses who are supported to be the very best that they can be’

 

Kenyans can bank on nurses to negotiate better health care for them, and it is true that they have never disappointed. As we mark this memorable day there is a need for greater investment in the profession and the right change of attitude.

 

Source :http://www.compleathealthsystems.com/uncategorized/nursingnow-kenya/

 

Worst Time for Degree Nurses in Kenya

Where did the rain start beating us BSc.Nurses?

Is this not the the worst time for us?

Are counties/employers punishing us for the knowledge that we have?

CASE ON POINT,

Over the last couple of days we have witnessed counties advertising for nursing posts,some contracts with as little as 30k gross,others JG H,minimum entry point for diploma,regrettably no post for degree nurses,with exception of some few counties( 1 or 2,and do I even remember them?)

Yes,as it is well known,due to the miserable nature of contracts,anybody with sound mind ought not to apply,not unless they have been frustrated for long in the job market.Nonetheless there is this advertisement,JG H(renewable or non renewable contract) that comes with an attractive package,I decided to give it a trial at County X.Lucky enough I was shortlisted to attend an interview.As for all other interviews, one would prepare their documents well,put them in a nice folder,get a nice suit/official,so as to look presentable in the eyes of the interviewer.One would then brace themselves with commonly asked interview questions and probably get to know one of two things about the county.All that I did,surprisingly well

Then come the interview day,I was well armed with my certificates,off course BSc certificate would come first followed by licence,registration certificate, short courses bla bla bla

As it was obvious,I was overqualified for the job as per my documents,so I was well prepared to convince the interviewer why I was settling for this.

So I went to this room with these interviewers, one of them a lady and a gentleman.My folder documents was presented to them,and mark you its very heavy.They went through it and then it was time for questions.’Good Afternoon, welcome to CPSB,am X n She’s Y,we first congratulate you for being shortlisted to attend this interview & we would like to ask you a few questions’

I then answered,Good afternoon X and Y,thank you for inviting me to this interview, I appreciate.More so I thank Almighty God for its because of His glory that am here,

To first introduce myself am bla bla bla…….

I presented myself well and from the look of things plus the nearly nodding gesture,I was confident that I would get this job

Then there was this last question,from your documents we’ve seen that you’ve done degree and the post was for diploma nurses,why did you choose to do so and would you not feel bad when you are working with people with lesser qualifications but earning the same salary with you or even a higher salary than you?

This was the most tricky question,Whatever I answered was wise enough to convince them that I was comfortable with the post.

Anyway the last question was ‘gnomonic of the success of the interview,it carried more weight that any other question. I was apprehensive that this would knock me out,by the mere fact that am a degree nurse

As fate would have it, I didn’t make it to the final list.To make it worse,several fresh MTC graduates made it.I’ve since then severally cursed myself on why I settled for this thing called BSc.N,is it not a scam?This is definitely the worst time for us

NursingNow2020: Invest Today in Nurses and Midwives for a Prosperous Healthy Future

Nursing Now is a campaign, which aims to raise the status and profile of nursing so as to improve health and enable nurses to maximize their contribution in achieving universal health coverage.

Traditionally it is believed that nurse’s roles is just confined to bedside or being the Physician’s assistant, a notion that has stereotyped the nursing profession for some time. Other than playing a pivot role in treatment, prevention and health promotion nurses have been in the forefront in health planning, development of global health policy, education and research but the credit has often been imputed to the Physician. Nurses therefore need to come out and strongly claim their undisputed position in the road to achieving Universal health care through evidenced based practice, policy and decision making in health care setting.

In its quest to improve health for all the community, County and the National government must start recognizing the important role the Nurses and Midwives play in health care since they form the largest group of health care professionals. Furthermore, they are member of health professionals’ teams that plays a crucial role in Primary health care. According to Alma Ata conference of PHC, 1978, a health system with a strong primary care delivers better health outcomes, efficiency and improved quality of care to all compared to other models, an area nurses are at the centre of its implementation. In order to achieve these tenets nurses needs to be equipped with adequate resources, knowledge, skills and competencies necessary in order to enhance effective change in the health sector. While the government should also support these professionals by offering specialized training just like it has done to Medical doctors trough sponsorships and scholarships within and outside the country, like the recent exchange programme with the Cuban Government. To reduce the brain drain and high turnover for nurses and Midwives moving outside the country they need to be well remunerated and provided with equipment and a working environment that is conducive.

It is unfortunate that few nurses are involved in the country’s health decision making yet currently there are many of them with Masters and doctorate degrees who are highly qualified to hold those positions, coupled with wide experiences Nurses should be incorporated in leadership and policy development, particularly in delivering universal health coverage and addressing current and emerging health problems.

According to WHO, it is the right of everyone to enjoy the highest attainable standard of health, the same has not been forthcoming often due to a combination of under investment, lack of political will and misconceptions about the role and benefits of nurses in healthcare management. Therefore, today as we mark this memorable day there is need for greater investment in the profession and the right change of attitude in the field. It is never too late to turn around. Nursing now.

Pictures From the Launch of NursingNow Campaign in Kenya

Here are exclusive pictures from the launch of NursingNow project in Kenya

 

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