Exclusive: Due to Covid-19 Over 5000 Nigerian Nurses Died, 7256 Left For UK

Nigerian nurses in group photo

The National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has charged the federal and state governments with increasing investment in nursing and midwifery, claiming that the profession is the health sector’s backbone. Nnachi Michael, the national president of NANNM, expressed this at an event in Abuja to commemorate International Nurses’ Day, saying that nurses should be recognized and fairly compensated

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‘I don’t trust anyone!’ Nurse Sue bursts into tears after losing £117,000 in devastating scam

Nurse scammed

Before qualifying as a nurse, Nurse Sue worked in a club where she became friends with another lady called Hannah. She told Hannah how she liked the look of the DJ, Steve, who also worked there at the time as the two women. To her surprise – Hannah said it was her uncle. Some eight years later Nurse Sue got

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VAST HISTORY OF NURSING ON ALL CONTINENTS, 300 AD

Volunteer nurses from The American red cross during flu epidemic (1918). Original image from Oakland Public Library. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

The history of nursing dates from the period. The Roman Empire endeavored to build a hospital in each town under its rule, leading to a high requirement for nurses to provide medical care alongside the doctors. The profession of nursing became considerably more prominent in Europe in the middle ages, due to the drive for medical care from the Catholic

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A midwife’s tale, the life of Martha Ballard

Martha Moore Ballard in uniform

“The notice of Martha Ballard’s death in a local paper summed up her life in just one sentence: “Died in Augusta, Mrs. Martha, consort of Mr. Ephraim Ballard, aged 77 years.” Without the diary we would know nothing of her life after the last of her children were born, nothing of the 816 deliveries she performed between 1785 and 1812.

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Everything about Apgar Score

Newborn checked using Apgar Score

The Apgar score is a scoring system doctors and nurses use to assess newborns one minute and five minutes after they’re born. Dr. Virginia Apgar created the system in 1952, and used her name as a mnemonic for each of the five categories that a person will score. Since that time, medical professionals across the world have used the scoring

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List of Verified International Healthcare U.S. Based Staffing Agencies 2022

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As the demand for nurses rapidly increases in the United States, due to the bulk of the population aging, a substantial portion of nurses reaching retirement age, and now a global pandemic, nurses from outside the U.S. may consider working here temporarily or permanently. It is common for nursing recruitment agencies to steadily hire foreign-trained nurses to mitigate the nursing

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Nurses Immigration: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS)

ethnic doctor with documents on terrace

Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools, CGFNS International is an immigration neutral nonprofit organization that helps foreign educated healthcare professionals live and work in their country of choice by assessing and validating their academic and professional credentials. The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) is a company that is employed by State Boards of Nursing to ensure that applicants

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NRRF: Have you heard about the nurses recruitment and retention fund?

NRRF

The Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund was established in 1999 to assist with the recruitment and retention of Registered Nurses, Registered Nurses Extended Practice, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses in Manitoba. The Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund (NRRF) is committed to enhancing the delivery of health services in the province of Manitoba, by addressing issues of nursing supply. Main functions

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William Husel timeline: How 25 counts, evidences, over 59 witnesses was dismissed

Dr.-William-Husel

He further argued that William Husel late-night shift gave him a cover to order excessive amounts of fentanyl. Nurses under Dr. Husel, Zeyen said, were “enthralled” to be working with someone like him, who completed a residency at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic. During the defense’s closing argument.

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