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ROTARY, WEST AFRICA ROJECT FAIR

Rwanda is a green undulating landscape of hills and winding roads with a lot of tourist attractions. The country is fondly called "The land of a Thousand Hills" by its people. Located in the heart of Central and East Africa, it is surrounded by the bordering countries of Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. The people of Rwanda are predominantly rural farmers. The Shyira District Hospital is about two and a half hours drive from the capital city of Kigali.

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE YENAGOA PARTICIPATES AT THE NIGERIAN HOSPITALS EXHIBITION AND FAIR LAGOS 2017

A team led by the Head of Clinical Services, Dr. James Omietimi will be representing FMC Yenagoa at the NIGERIAN HOSPITALS EXHIBITION AND FAIR LAGOS 2017 organized by the Federal Ministry of Health and Linkgate Corporate Resources Limited. The event is themed 'Using Vibrant Health Communication to Promote available Medical Treatments in Nigeria and discourage Medical Tourisim'. It is aimed at helping to stem the tide of medical tourism by providing a platform for hospitals and all health care stakeholders to showcase the potentials, services and specialists available in Nigerian hospitals. Accompanying Dr. Omietimi are Dr. Finomo O. Finomo a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist, Mr. A. Ogbede Head of Protocol, and Mr. Dare Telemedicine ICT officer.

ONLINE PROFESSIONAL UPDATE FORM FOR REGISTERED NURSES AND MIDWIVES

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has instructed all registered Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria to fill the Professional Update Form (PUF) on their web portal. http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/ The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) is a parastatal of the Federal Government of Nigeria established by Act Cap. No143 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. The Council is the only regulatory body for all cadres of Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria

Instructions

  • All categories of Nurses/Midwives are to complete and submit their online Professional Update Form (PUF)
  • Only one form should be completed by an individual Nurse/Midwife. Multiple forms are not allowed
  • Names must be in FULL
  • All Information Provided MUST be accurate.
  • All registered Nurses/Midwives must provide registration number(s) for all professional qualification(s) registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
  • Registration number(s) MUST be alphanumeric while entering the data e.g. RN1234 or RM1234 (no dot, no space).
  • All registered Nurses/Midwives must provide their PIN as it appears on their licence except for Basic Midwives and Psychiatric Nurses with single professional qualification only.
  • Employment record must be current and accurate.
  • It would be assumed that Nurses/Midwives who do not complete this form are not registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
  • The Professional Update Form(PUF) will be available from the 17th of July – December 2017.