The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (N&MC) has cancelled the entire results of ten (10) candidates and subsequently barred them from sitting for the councils’ licensure exams. The candidates the NMC stated on its website today (Thursday 30 March 2016) that, were apprehended for flouting examination rules and regulations during the November, 2015 Nurse
The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana has expanded its requirements for renewal of license to include other professional activities other than participation in workshop. With the expanded CPD programs credit points needed for renewal of license could be earned in areas like Research, Publishing of professional education books or journals, active membership of professional
A joint collaboration is seeking to offer a researcher in Ghana the opportunity to travel to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in France and learn about GloboDiet, a new nutritional surveillance initiative. The GloboDiet initiative, developed jointly under the World Cancer Research Fund International, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)
OMNI Nursing College is holding a two day free recruitment fair for nurses interested in a professional nursing practice in Canada. The fair takes place in Accra at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on February 8th – 9th 2016, 9am – 5pm each day. Founder of the college, Ron Burke who is also a Registered Nurse, says
Twenty (20) candidates from the School of Nursing, University of Ghana Paediatric Nursing programme have sat for the licensing examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana. The candidates had successfully completed a three year Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing with specialization in Paediatric Nursing. The two-day examination which began on Monday
UK is planning to create a new nursing support role to help bridge the difference between health care support workers who have care certificates and registered nurses. Health Minister Ben Gummer announced this in December 2015. Provisionally called nursing associates, they will work alongside healthcare support workers and fully qualified nurses focusing on patient care.
The country’s Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has said it would from February this year recruit 20,000 people to serve as Community Health Workers (CHW). This move is expected to strengthen Ghana’s Community- based Health Planning and Services(CHPS) for primary health care delivery. It is expected to be implemented in collaboration with Ghana Health Service (GHS), World