School of Post Basic Nursing Lagos: LUTH Post Basic Perioperative Nursing 2018/2019 Admission Forms

Applications are invited for admission into the underlisted one-year Post-Basic Nursing Programmes, which will commence in November 2018.

Perioperative Nursing

ENTRY REQUIREMENT:
• Applicants should possess the RN qualification (with or without RM), five (5) credits in WASC/GCE/NECO/GCE induding English Language, Mathematics and Biology at not more than two sittings.
• Applicants who qualified from 2006 till date should have credit in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
• Two years post qualification experience and current practice licence issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria are mandatory for every applicant.

CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION:
Written examination will be conducted on the 16th June, 2018 by 9.00am at School of Post Basic Nursing (Human Resources Development Centre), Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi — Araba. Successful candidates are to bring along original copies of all relevant certificates for interview at the same venue from 2nd — 5th July, 2018.

METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Application fee is N10,000.00 (Ten thousand naira) only. Payment is by visiting the website: www.remita.net. Click on pay a Federal Government Agency. On name of MDA, type Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Then click on other LUTH Fees. Follow the prompts to generate the ‘RRR` code. Thereafter, use the ‘RRR’ code to make payment at any Bank of your choice and submit your voucher or receipt to the Finance and Accounts Department, LUTH, where a receipt will be issued in place of the PRINT-OUT. The photocopy of the receipt issued should be presented to the Ag. Head, School of Post-Basic Nursing.

CLOSING DATE FOR RETURN OF APPLICATION FORMS:
The copies of the completed application forms, two (2) recent passport photographs, photocopies of relevant certificates and practice licence should reach the Administrative Office of the School of Post Basic Nursing not later than Friday, 10th June, 2018.

SIGNED:
Babajide Grillo
Director of Administration

NOTE: “Please disgard any online sales of forms. IT IS A SCAM”

Lagos University Teaching Hospital Post Basic Paediatric Nursing 2018/2019 Admission Forms on Sale

Applications are invited for admission into the underlisted one-year Post-Basic Nursing Programmes, which will commence in November 2018.

Paediatric Nursing

ENTRY REQUIREMENT:
• Applicants should possess the RN qualification (with or without RM), five (5) credits in WASC/GCE/NECO/GCE induding English Language, Mathematics and Biology at not more than two sittings.
• Applicants who qualified from 2006 till date should have credit in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
• Two years post qualification experience and current practice licence issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria are mandatory for every applicant.

CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION:
Written examination will be conducted on the 16th June, 2018 by 9.00am at School of Post Basic Nursing (Human Resources Development Centre), Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi — Araba. Successful candidates are to bring along original copies of all relevant certificates for interview at the same venue from 2nd — 5th July, 2018.

METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Application fee is N10,000.00 (Ten thousand naira) only. Payment is by visiting the website: www.remita.net. Click on pay a Federal Government Agency. On name of MDA, type Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Then click on other LUTH Fees. Follow the prompts to generate the ‘RRR` code. Thereafter, use the ‘RRR’ code to make payment at any Bank of your choice and submit your voucher or receipt to the Finance and Accounts Department, LUTH, where a receipt will be issued in place of the PRINT-OUT. The photocopy of the receipt issued should be presented to the Ag. Head, School of Post-Basic Nursing.

CLOSING DATE FOR RETURN OF APPLICATION FORMS:
The copies of the completed application forms, two (2) recent passport photographs, photocopies of relevant certificates and practice licence should reach the Administrative Office of the School of Post Basic Nursing not later than Friday, 10th June, 2018.

SIGNED:
Babajide Grillo
Director of Administration

NOTE: “Please disgard any online sales of forms. IT IS A SCAM”

LUTH School of Midwifery 2018/2019 Midwifery form on sale

Applications are invited from qualified candidates for admission into the School of Midwifery, LUTH for 18 months course in Midwifery.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
• Candidates must be Registered Nurses with at least one year post qualification experience and with a VALID LICENSE.
• Must possess five (5) Credits at ‘O’ Level in the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
• Combination of results of not more than two (2) approved examination bodies i .e. GCE/WAEC or WAEC/NECO.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Applicant should:
1. Application fee is N5,000.00 (Five thousand naira) only. Payment is by visiting the website: www.remita.net. Click on pay a Federal Government Agency. On name of MDA, type Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Then click on other LUTH Fees. Follow the prompts to generate the ‘RRR’ code. Thereafter, use the ‘RRR’ code to make payment at any Bank of your choice and submit your voucher or receipt to the Finance and Accounts Department, LUTH, where a receipt will be issued in place of the PRINT-OUT.
2. Submit handwritten application letter addressed to the Principal, School of Midwifery, LUTH.
3. Make a photocopy of the receipt with applicant’s passport photograph on the left handcomer.
4. Collect the admission form at the School of Midwifery at the Health Manpower Resourees Centre LUTH
5. Submit completed application form with photocopies of credentials, 3 passport photographs and photocopy of receipts enclosed in a Big brown envelope.
6. Sale and submission of application forms will close on 8th June.2018.
7. Course Fee: Details will be provided on admission.

EXAMINATION DATE: 16th JUNE, 2018
TIME: 8.00AM
VENUE: HEALTH MANPOWER RESOURCES CENTRE, LUTH

SIGNED:
Babajide Grillo
Director of Administration

NOTE: “Please disgard any online sales of forms. IT IS A SCAM”

JUTH School Of Post Basic Nephrology Nursing 2018/2019 Sale Of Admission Forms

Application is now being accepted into Nephrology course of the Jos University Teaching Hospital School Of Post Basic Nephrology Nursing for the 2018/2019 academic session

-Applicant must be a registered nurse with a current practicing license
– Have at least one year post qualification experience preferably in dialysis nursing
-A holder of WASC/SSCE/NECO or General Certificate of education at O’level with 5 credits in English, Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Biology

Method of Application
Application forms are available from Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee’s Office at JUTH permanent siteLamingo on presentation of reciepts of payment of non refundabl fee of seven thousand naira (7,000) only from accounts department of the hospital

End of sales
Sale of Forms would end on the 31st of July 2018

Submission of forms
Submission of compleated forms on or befor 3rd of August 2018

Completed application forms are to be submitted in a brown envelope to the office of the programme coordinator, school of post basic Nephrology Nursing, Jos University Teaching Hospital Temporary site, addressed and stamped envelope plus two extra passport photographs.

Method of selection
Selection of candidates for the course is based on the performance at the written examination and oral interview fixed for:

Wednesday: WRITTEN EXAMS – 20th August 2018
Venue: JUTH TEMPORARY SITE, SCHOOL LECTURE HALL

Thursday: ORAL INTERVIEW – 21st August 2018
Venue: JUTH PERMANENT SITE, HALL A, CONFERENCE HALL

Time: 8 am daily

RELEASE OF RESULT: Between 24th August – 28th September 2018

Resumption Date:
Successful Candidates will resume 5th November 2018

For further enquiries please contact 08030626381

Signed John D. Gokum
Course Coordinator
For Chief Medical Director

National Hospital Abuja Post Basic Nephrology Nursing 2018/2019 Admission Forms

Applications are invited from suitable candidates for admission into the following courses:

Post Basic Nephrology Nursing

For the year 2018/2019

Course Duration: The course duration shall be 12 calendar months

Requirements: Interested candidates must
. Be registered nurses with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
. Have current practicing licence issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
. Posses O’level GCE, WASC or equivalent in at least 5 subjects passed at credit level at not more than 2 sittings including: English, Maths, physics, Biology and Chemistry

Method of application
Interested applicants should collect application forms from the department of Nursing Services, National Hospital Abuja on payment of a non refundable sum of Five Thousand naira (N5000) only at Cash Point National Hospital Abuja.

The forms shall be on sale from 3rd April 2018 and submission of compleated application forms will close on 31. July, 2018.

Compleated application forms should be returned to the School of Post Basic Nursing National Hospital Abuja.

Entrance Examination
The date of the entrance examination shall be 6th August, 2018. Candidates whose application meets requirements shall be contacted through their mobile phone numbers

For enquires contact:
08060144332, 08065776687
08097125083, 08056021496

Signed
Chief Medical Director

National Hospital Abuja Post Basic Oncology Nursing 2018/2019 Admission Forms

Applications are invited from suitable candidates for admission into the following courses:

Post Basic Oncology Nursing

For the year 2018/2019

Course Duration: The course duration shall be 12 calendar months

Requirements: Interested candidates must
. Be registered nurses with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
. Have current practicing licence issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
. Posses O’level GCE, WASC or equivalent in at least 5 subjects passed at credit level at not more than 2 sittings including: English, Maths, physics, Biology and Chemistry

Method of application
Interested applicants should collect application forms from the department of Nursing Services, National Hospital Abuja on payment of a non refundable sum of Five Thousand naira (N5000) only at Cash Point National Hospital Abuja.

The forms shall be on sale from 3rd April 2018 and submission of compleated application forms will close on 31. July, 2018.

Completed application forms should be returned to the School of Post Basic Nursing National Hospital Abuja.

Entrance Examination
The date of the entrance examination shall be 6th August, 2018. Candidates whose application meets requirements shall be contacted through their mobile phone numbers

For enquires contact:
08060144332, 08065776687
08097125083, 08056021496

Signed
Chief Medical Director

Misconceptions About Oncology Nursing By Kim Johnson

Many people think that this field is filled with sadness. And while it does have its difficult days, oncology nursing is also extremely rewarding. I’ve heard that most nurses don’t know their specialty when they apply for nursing school. That makes me an outlier, because I knew before I ever applied to school. I am studying with the goal of being an oncology nurse.

When people ask my chosen field and I tell them, the question of “why?” quickly follows. Because after all, this is “such a hard field,” and “there is so much despair and sadness with cancer.” To those who have said that before, or even to those who can relate to the statements above, I’d like to take a brief moment of your time to provide a differing perspective.

Cancer is hard. It is draining and takes a toll on life. It is a terrible disease that does much damage, and not every story ends well. But it is also so much more than that. I understand that from the outside looking in, the field of oncology may look full of despair. But having worked in various aspects of this field, I think that there is far more hope than despair. There is so much hope for a cure that seems to be just beyond the horizon.

Yes, death occurs in the field of oncological medicine. It also occurs, at some point, in every aspect of life. In western culture, we tend to shun death. When in truth, it is an important aspect of every life.

As a nurse, we get to help guide somebody and be privy to an incredibly intimate moment in somebody’s life. We get to see the success when that patient gets good news. We also are blessed with the chance to hold a patient’s hand through what may be the end of their f life.

Through time, I have come to feel that one of the most important things within oncology is to be positive. I am not suggesting being ignorant to the realities of cancer. No, I am simply saying that as a caregiver, how we present ourselves to patients and families matter. Through my sister’s journey, we were lucky to be graced with nurses and a care team filled with positivity.

In watching them, I came to understand the field of nursing – specifically oncology nursing, and found my calling in life. While this field can be hard, I find that it is often far more rewarding.

So, next time you see somebody who works in oncology, or even somebody like myself who will one day work in the field, I would like to challenge you. I challenge you to stop and think about some of words that I have written above, and to be like the oncology nurses we were lucky enough to have and practice the power of positivity.

By Kim Johnson | Curetoday
About The Author:
Kim is a nursing student who is hoping to find her place amongst the phenomenal oncology nurses and doctors who cared for her sister. She loves reading, volunteering and enjoying the outdoors of Colorado

Renal Nursing Course: JUTH School Of Post Basic Nephrology Nursing 2018/2019 Admission Form

Advert For Admission:
. Applicant must be a registered nurse with a current practicing license
. Have at least one year post qualification experience preferably in dialysis nursing
. A holder of WASC/SSCE/NECO or General Certificate of education at O’level with 5 credits in English, Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Biology

Method of Application
Application forms are available from Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee’s Office at JUTH permanent siteLamingo on presentation of reciepts of payment of non refundabl fee of seven thousand naira (7,000) only from accounts department of the hospital

End of sales
Sale of Forms would end on the 31st of July 2018

Submission of forms
Submission of compleated forms on or befor 3rd of August 2018

Completed application forms are to be submitted in a brown envelope to the office of the programme coordinator, school of post basic Nephrology Nursing, Jos University Teaching Hospital Temporary site, addressed and stamped envelope plus two extra passport photographs.

Method of selection
Selection of candidates for the course is based on the performance at the written examination and oral interview fixed for:

Wednesday: WRITTEN EXAMS – 20th August 2018
Venue: JUTH TEMPORARY SITE, SCHOOL LECTURE HALL

Thursday: ORAL INTERVIEW – 21st August 2018
Venue: JUTH PERMANENT SITE, HALL A, CONFERENCE HALL

Time: 8 am daily

RELEASE OF RESULT: Between 24th August – 28th September 2018

Resumption Date:
Successful Candidates will resume 5th November 2018

For further enquiries please contact 08030626381

Signed John D. Gokum
Course Coordinator
For Chief Medical Director

Misconceptions About Oncology Nursing By Kim Johnson

Many people think that this field is filled with sadness. And while it does have its difficult days, oncology nursing is also extremely rewarding. I’ve heard that most nurses don’t know their specialty when they apply for nursing school. That makes me an outlier, because I knew before I ever applied to school. I am studying with the goal of being an oncology nurse.

When people ask my chosen field and I tell them, the question of “why?” quickly follows. Because after all, this is “such a hard field,” and “there is so much despair and sadness with cancer.” To those who have said that before, or even to those who can relate to the statements above, I’d like to take a brief moment of your time to provide a differing perspective.

Cancer is hard. It is draining and takes a toll on life. It is a terrible disease that does much damage, and not every story ends well. But it is also so much more than that. I understand that from the outside looking in, the field of oncology may look full of despair. But having worked in various aspects of this field, I think that there is far more hope than despair. There is so much hope for a cure that seems to be just beyond the horizon.
Yes, death occurs in the field of oncological medicine. It also occurs, at some point, in every aspect of life. In western culture, we tend to shun death. When in truth, it is an important aspect of every life.

As a nurse, we get to help guide somebody and be privy to an incredibly intimate moment in somebody’s life. We get to see the success when that patient gets good news. We also are blessed with the chance to hold a patient’s hand through what may be the end of their f life.

Through time, I have come to feel that one of the most important things within oncology is to be positive. I am not suggesting being ignorant to the realities of cancer. No, I am simply saying that as a caregiver, how we present ourselves to patients and families matter. Through my sister’s journey, we were lucky to be graced with nurses and a care team filled with positivity.

In watching them, I came to understand the field of nursing – specifically oncology nursing, and found my calling in life. While this field can be hard, I find that it is often far more rewarding.

So, next time you see somebody who works in oncology, or even somebody like myself who will one day work in the field, I would like to challenge you. I challenge you to stop and think about some of words that I have written above, and to be like the oncology nurses we were lucky enough to have and practice the power of positivity.

By Kim Johnson | Curetoday
About The Author:
Kim is a nursing student who is hoping to find her place amongst the phenomenal oncology nurses and doctors who cared for her sister. She loves reading, volunteering and enjoying the outdoors of Colorado

Nursing And Midwifery Council Of Nigeria Opens Registration Portal For May 2018

The Nursing And Midwifery Council Of Nigeria yesterday the 20th of March 2018 opened its portal for registration of students for its May 2018 professional exams. The portal according to its released memo would remain open from the 20th of March to the 6th of April 2018. This was contained in a letter addressed to all Principals, Schools of Nursing, Principals Schools of Post Basic Nursing (Specialties) in all States & Abuja, HOD’s Departments of Nursing and all Nigerian Universities offering degree in Nursing and tittled: RE: MAY 2018 PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION FOR GENERAL AND POSTBASIC NURSES- OPENING OF THE EXAMINATION PORTAL

The letter was signed by the HOD Exams Anslem-Nnadi Mercy (Mrs) for the Secretary-General/Registrar and reads:

I am directed to inform you that the Council’s Examination portal is opened from Tuesday. March 20th – Friday April 6th, 2018 for all your eligible candidates for May 2018 Professional Examination for General and Post basic Nurses to complete the online application for the examination.

Please note that there will be no extension after this date and all payment of the examination fee MUST be done within this same period.

However on the payment process, the Examination fees of N38,500 for Basic Nursing programmes in Schools of Nursing/Department of Nursing and N41,250 for Post Basic Nursing programmes as applicable to your school is to be paid by each of your candidate to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria through remita platform in any of the commercial banks.

The total sum for the school should be paid in bulk in the name of the school through remita. After successful online application and payment, a covering letter stating the names of the students who had applied for online Examination application with the original tellers of payment (remita payment slip) should be sent to the Registrar’s office in Abuja immediately after payment has been made.

For fresh candidates, the consultancy fees of N2,995 for Basic Nursing programmes in Schools/Department of Nursing and N3,187.50 for Post Basic Nursing programmes as applicable will appear on the portal and on the netpostpay slip. This should be paid individually to netpost pay through NIBBS e-bills payment platform in any commercial banks or acceptable payment channels such as debit card payment or internet banking payment platform.

Please note that amount that will appear as consultancy fees for resit candidates depends on the number of papers each resit candidate is resitting.

You are expected to pass this information to all your students and guide them properly to ensure that they initiate the right application on the portal.

Your cooperation is essential to achieve this please.

Thank you for your usual support in promoting and maintaining excellence in Nursing Education and Practice