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How To Renew Nursing License in Nigeria

Mandatory continuing Professional Development Programme For Nurses & Midwives
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Re: Renewal of Nursing License Information N&MCN

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Sat Oct 10, 2015 6:13 pm

Make Payment to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria in the New Era of TSA

Further to the presidential directive that all federal government agencies should commence full implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) with effect from September 15, 2015.

Nurses can now make payment for Nursing and Midwifery Council services through following listed methods;

1) At any branch of any bank nationwide
2) With debit/credit cards (MasterCard, Verve, Visacard)
3) Your internet banking site

Visit REMITA website www.remita.net

a). Click " PAY A FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY " link
b). Type in Nursing and Midwifery Council - 052101100100
c). Select from the drop down list what service or purpose of payment.
d). For some services, the system displays the applicable fees, otherwise enter the amount payable, you would be charged a service charge of 110.25naira
e). Type in the description, payers full name, payers email and gsm number. You would also need to type in the captcha in the image box and then submit by clicking "PROCEED TO PAYMENT"
f) A REMITA Retrieval Reference (RRR) would be generated. This is a unique payment reference for your transaction. This should be presented at any payment channel
g) Select your preferred payment channel to make payment.

For enquiries, send an email to support@remita.net or call REMITA on 07007877678..


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Re: How To Renew Nursing License in Nigeria

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Tue Jan 17, 2017 5:37 am

Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Releases New Conditions for Renewal of Professional Licence

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has Released New Conditions for Renewal of Professional Nursing Licence.

In a memo released byNursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Releases New Conditions for Renewal of Professional Licence

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has Released New Conditions for Renewal of Professional Nursing Licence.

In a memo obtained by Nursingworld Nigeria, the council noted that to promote continuous quality improvement in the delivery of nursing care and to encourage all Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria to participate fully in continuing professional education, it has reviewed the requirements for renewal of professional nursing licences.

The council further directed that with effect from June 30th 2017, every Nurse/Midwife wishing to renew his or her licence shall provide evidence of completion of continuing education programmes equivalent to a minimum of 6.0 Continuing Education Units(CEU).

Please note that:
i. Every Nurse or Midwife is expected to earn a minimum of 6.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) which is equivalent to 60 continuing education contact hours within each three-year cycle of licensure.

ii. The CEU can be acquired from any recognized and accredited N&MCN Continuing Professional Development Programmes.

iii. Three (3) units of these CEU i.e. 30 contact hours must mandatorily be from the Council organized MCPDP.

iv. Conference certificates from International Confederation of Nurses (ICN), International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) and West African College Nigeria (WACN) - AGM/BGM that shows the credit unit earned will be recognized as stated but not more than 3 units.

v. Other recognized Nursing conferences, workshops and seminars by Nursing specialties and sub specialties that are recognized by NMCN will earn a maximum of 2 units.

vi. Foreign based Nurses requesting for renewal of licensing should present the following:
- Driver's license or state identity card or visa page
- Evidence of attendance of cumulative 60 contact hours of Continuing Education Programme in their country of residence over a period of 3 years

vii. Registered Nurses and Midwives currently undergoing full time Nursing programme are exempted from MCPDP until completion of their programme.

viii. Fresh graduates of any accredited Nursing programmes are also exempted within one year of graduation. Please ensure that this information is disseminated to all nurses and midwives in the State for maximum compliance.

Thank you.
Mrs. A. G. Yusuf
for: Secretary General/ Registrar
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