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YOUNG NURSING LEADERS WORKSHOP

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YOUNG NURSING LEADERS WORKSHOP

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Sun Feb 15, 2015 7:08 am

Great Nurses! We are delighted to inform you that the current NANNM National Executives have recorded a landmark achievement under the leadership of COMRADE ALANI ABDURAFIU ADENIJI (3A). After performing a ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS of the prolonged internal division and disharmony experienced in Nursing in Nigeria, an INTELLIGENT REPORT revealed that we need to create a PLATFORM that will UNITE the STUDENT NURSES in Schools of Nursing and NURSING STUDENTS in Universities across Nigeria.

After reaching a working agreement between the National President of NUNSA (Comrade Odumosu Oloruntoba) and National President of NANSNM (Comrade Loyi Raphael), the NANNM National Executives agreed to sponsor the first ever YOUNG LEADERS WORKSHOP in Nigeria.

This 2-day workshop was held at NANNM FCT Secretariat, Gwagwalada, Abuja from 5th to 6th February, 2015. Issues bothering on professional development (Scheme of Service), Academic progression through Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes, professional practice and secured channels of information exchange through ICT were discussed and agreed upon. The National and Local presidents waited till Saturday, 7th February to finalize their drafts and issued a jointly signed COMMUNIQUE. The workshop was attended by representatives from major parts of the country, despite the short notice.

TO GOD BE THE GLORY! EXPECT MORE, VERY SOON. WE SHALL LIVE TO CELEBRATE UNPRECEDENTED PROGRESS BY GOD's GRACE. ONE LOVE, ONE VOICE!


Nigerian Nurses lighting up the world one candle at a time.

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