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BBN Rico: We condemn “Gutter Journalism” attacks on the nursing profession

Patrick Fakoya, BBN Rico Swavey

We have been following recent developments around the death of a Lawyer, Former housemate of Big Brother Naija (BBN season 3), Patrick Fakoya aka Rico Swavey by media. We use this moment to commiserate with the friends and family of Patrick Fakoya, we are extremely saddened by your family’s loss, and our warmest sympathies go out to you and your family.

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Ultimate Guide: Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination

Ultimate Guide: Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination

The Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination is a 500-item multiple choice exam to test basic nursing level competency which considers the objectives of the nursing curriculum, the broad areas of nursing and other related disciplines and competencies. It is held every June and December annually in various public schools throughout the Philippines. Room assignment for the exams are posted outside the

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The Philippine Board of Nursing: Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

The Philippine Board of Nursing is an administrative body under the Professional Regulation Commission that regulates the practice of nursing in the Philippines. Vision of Philippine Board of Nursing: The Professional Regulation Commission is the instrument of the Filipino people in securing for the nation a reliable, trustworthy and progressive system of determining the competence of professionals by credible and

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Nurse Staffing: Nurse to Patient Ratio

man sitting on dental chair

Nurses and midwives are central to Primary Health Care and are often the first and sometimes the only health professional that people see and the quality of their initial assessment, care, and treatment is vital. They are also part of their local community – sharing its culture, strengths, and vulnerabilities – and can shape and deliver effective interventions to meet

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Ethics: Archie Battersbee, 12, dies after life support is turned off

Archie Battersbee

Archie Battersbee, a 12-year-old British boy whose life support was withdrawn after a legal battle between his parents and his doctors, died on Saturday, bringing to an end another wrenching case over who makes life and death decisions for a seriously ill child. Archie had been in a deep coma since his mother found him unconscious at their home in

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Professor Clement Adebooye, Vice Chancellor of Osun State University, Uniosun VC, has pleaded with newly enrolled nurses not to flee the nation. Speaking at the third induction/oath-taking ceremony for 40 newly registered nurses at Osun State University, he urged the nurses to remain and contribute to the growth of the nation’s health sector. “We need to instill a sense of

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Special payments announced for more than 25,000 Singapore nurses

Singapore nurses

More than 25,000 Singapore nurses in Singapore’s public healthcare clusters will receive the 2022 Nurse Special Payment (NSP) Package, of between 1.7 and 2.1 months of their base salary, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Sunday (31 July 2022). These Singapore nurses – who work in the National Healthcare Group, National University Health System, and SingHealth – will be

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ABOUT THE FORUM FOR SHARED GOVERNANCE The Forum for Shared Governance established in the year 2005, identifies, promotes, and disseminates evidence-based information about shared governance within a professional governance continuum and organizational innovations that empower nurses and other healthcare professionals. The Forum for Shared Governance is currently the ONLY agency that accredits organizations in shared governance. Send an email to

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