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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Clakyvip: 6:43am On Apr 20, 2016
Feel so good to be among colleagues. Nightingales! M a proud male Nurse. God bless us all.

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Qrisful: 6:47am On Apr 20, 2016
We partner with a privately owned recruitment company that owns over 260 hospitals in the UK and have evolved over the years of business to become specialists in the field of International Recruitment, Immigration and Training.

The entry point onto this program for an Overseas Nurse starts when they have met the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) entry requirements and IELTS score of 7 in each band.

REQUIREMENTS
NMC
• A valid International passport. This same document must also be presented at the test centre.
• Birth certificate.
• A qualification certificate for each qualification.
• Registration certificates from each jurisdiction where the applicant has practised and/or been registered. E.g. state registration certificate.
• Two employment references confirming the applicant’s post-registration practice of at least 12 months, their competence and character.
• Verifications from all jurisdictions where the applicant practised or where the applicant has been previously registered. (NMC will provide an “Overseas registration authority verification form” to be used in these cases.)
• Transcript of training for all relevant nursing or midwifery programmes completed by the applicant. These must be calculated in hours or be accompanied by a letter from the training institution with a key to how the credits translate to hours.
• A good health declaration from the applicant’s general practitioner or the occupational health department at their place of work.
• A police clearance certificate from all countries where the applicant has lived since the age of 18.

OTHER
• IELTS academic score of no less than 7 in all 4 bands on one test result. (To be paid for by the applicant)
• One Year’s Clinical experience (Minimum)
• Valid practising license.
• Immigration Fees:
i. Option A: Once applicants already have IELTS, ($1,000) One Thousand US Dollars which will be paid. Payments can be done in instalments.
ii. Option B: Applicant without the IELTS requirements will be registered and prepared for the exam and ($1,000) One Thousand US Dollars which will be paid only after the applicant has obtained necessary scores in IELTS.



SUMMARY
Stage 1: Nurses who have met the IELTS requirements and clinical experience are interviewed and conditional job offer made to candidate plus terms & conditions of sponsorship. Nurse accepts job, T&Cs which includes a three (3) year renewable work permit and Computer Based Test (CBT) training. CBT test and NMC registration is facilitated in Nigeria and paid for by the Organisation.
Stage 2: Nurses are available for sponsorship once candidate has passed their CBT and lodged all documents with NMC. Once visa secured, Nurse Boards Plane

Stage 3
• Nurse arrives in the UK and has 3 months to sit and take and pass the Observed Structural Clinical Examination (OSCE) from start date of the Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (RCOS).
• The Organisation will provide single accommodation initially for the nurses at market rates.
• OSCE training carried out. Pass OSCE and PIN issued within 7 days (based on our recent experience) Average minimum salary once Nurse has a PIN is £13.50 / hour over 42 hours/ week (£29,484 per year) with 264 hours per year of paid holidays.
• Nurses allowed to re sit test if they fail the OSCE, within 10 days.
• Nurses allowed to work as band 3 nurse waiting to re-sit OSCE. (Minimum salaries apply: £8.35 / hour)
• The offer we have for the nurses is exceptionally generous, because the employer is paying for everything provided the Nurses stay the full 3 years, costs them absolutely nothing.
• There is no advanced payment, upfront fees, to be paid by the Nurse and then repaid expenses on arrival the UK, It’s all fully funded.


Please Note: The organization will cover all the costs (UK Visa and travel costs will be paid for & NMC training & fee costs will be reclaimed if required) and will include a clause in their contract to say the following:
Should you leave employment with the Organization before the end of your initial 3 year contract you will be required to repay a proportion of the NMC training & fee costs which will be deducted from your final salary or require repayment by other means.

The proportions repayable are:
Employee leaves within 1 year 100%
Employee leaves within 2 years 75%
Employee leaves within 3 years 50%

 Kindly note that we have partnered with certain examination and tutorial centers for the IELTS tests.
 Immigration / processing fees of £1,000 will only be paid after applicant has acquired necessary IELTS scores after which necessary application / reference forms will be sent to the applicant.
 All Nurses who meet the above requirements and pass interviews will be accepted for migration to the UK

Email: diplawz@yahoo.com

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by VICTORDEBELS: 6:47am On Apr 20, 2016
Nice one!
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by gidimasters(m): 6:50am On Apr 20, 2016
kaffy4bill:
Can't believe dis forum was created since 2014 and it's nt active. R nurses not proud of themselves.... #Proudnursealldway#

Reddish, Watery And Itchy Skin Around The Groin(Inner Waist) Of A Male

Good Morning, my roommate(male) has this itchy, reddish, watery skin around his groin(inner waist, around his genital part)... he told me how it started as the ish... so i tried to make my research and found out the infection is called jock itch(a fungal infection)... he's tried d given solution and still no changes...
i'm Even afraid of d infection cos the way he scratches his d"ck, you will pity.
though he claimed its been long he had sex... so the doctors here, i wish you can help

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Ayjos10(m): 6:55am On Apr 20, 2016
Hello!! Please,are nursing students allowed in here?
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Jackeeh(m): 6:58am On Apr 20, 2016
gidimasters:

Reddish, Watery And Itchy Skin Around The Groin(Inner Waist) Of A Male

Good Morning, my roommate(male) has this itchy, reddish, watery skin around his groin(inner waist, around his genital part)... he told me how it started as the ish... so i tried to make my research and found out the infection is called jock itch(a fungal infection)... he's tried d given solution and still no changes...
i'm Even afraid of d infection cos the way he scratches his d"ck, you will pity.
though he claimed its been long he had sex... so the doctors here, i wish you can help


Fungral(ketoconazole) tablets 200mg twice daily for 10days.
Epiderm cream for topical application morning and night.
Increased personal hygiene.

BTW I'm not a doctor. Buh been there, done that. Now I'm so over it.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Bubewilson(m): 6:59am On Apr 20, 2016
Nurses are beautiful.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Nobody: 6:59am On Apr 20, 2016
A male nursing student is present. Am I welcomed?

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by lanxebony(m): 6:59am On Apr 20, 2016
gidimasters:

Reddish, Watery And Itchy Skin Around The Groin(Inner Waist) Of A Male

Good Morning, my roommate(male) has this itchy, reddish, watery skin around his groin(inner waist, around his genital part)... he told me how it started as the ish... so i tried to make my research and found out the infection is called jock itch(a fungal infection)... he's tried d given solution and still no changes...
i'm Even afraid of d infection cos the way hcratches his d"ck, you will pity.
though he claimed its been long he had sex... so the doctors here, i wish you can help




Its called tinea cruris
Since its a fungi infection your friend should take clotrimazole (ytacan) it's a cream so he should apply it on the affected part
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by tinutunde(f): 7:00am On Apr 20, 2016
let's make this place lively
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Jackeeh(m): 7:01am On Apr 20, 2016
Currently in need of a nursing job in ph. Any openings? wink

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Nobody: 7:04am On Apr 20, 2016
Nurses are wonderful people smiley
My mum is a nurse, let me represent her kiss

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by lyteforever: 7:04am On Apr 20, 2016
[color=#770077][/color]Hi everyone, I am a nursing student but not in Nigeria, can I join this beautiful forum?
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by gidimasters(m): 7:07am On Apr 20, 2016
lanxebony:





Its called tinea cruris
Since its a fungi infection your friend should take clotrimazole (ytacan) it's a cream so he should apply it in the affected part
Thanks Noted. Will Try That
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by carinmom(f): 7:07am On Apr 20, 2016
nbright:
Nigerian nurses wey get bad mouth and wicked disposition. Always impatient with the patient and heartless to their plight

You are right bro, particularly those in our general hospitals, the most wicked of them all is the matron.

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by lanxebony(m): 7:07am On Apr 20, 2016
Great Nigeria nurses!!!
Can you share a review of how much you pay in your school of nursing then ( if already a RN) ,now as a student nurses , the name of your school ( private or govt owned ). If you're a university nursing student ypy can share also.
It has been discovers that nursing school pay huge fee compare to uni nurses , still dey do nt get the same qualification. E.g Ogun state school of nursing just increased the student school fee and i think its too much for a govt owned institution.

Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by AdaNri1(f): 7:08am On Apr 20, 2016
intrepid:
Because it still registers erroneously in many Nigerian minds that nurses aren’t good people.And this comes mainly from warped understanding of what nurses go through and what sacrifices they make sometimes,unknown both to patients and relatives just to see that you are alive.

Respect nurses.They keep you alive
youre demanding for respect? It's not a hidden thing that a lot of Nigerian trained nurses need re-training in communication and showing compassion. They can be very rude to patients.
This is one of the reasons why they may not be respected. However Nigerians mostly respect people with flashy jobs so majority of them don't respect nurses and teachers.
Before you quickly castigate me, I am also training to be a nurse as a second degree.

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by gidimasters(m): 7:09am On Apr 20, 2016
Jackeeh:



Fungral(ketoconazole) tablets 200mg twice daily for 10days.
Epiderm cream for topical application morning and night.
Increased personal hygiene.

BTW I'm not a doctor. Buh been there, done that. Now I'm so over it.
thank bro btw how much can he get the medications both fungral and epiderm, lik how much...
personal hygiene, already told him to change his boxers and keep d area clean and dry
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by donefezy: 7:09am On Apr 20, 2016
Hi everyone, please i want to study nursing but don't know the best school in Nigeria to choose. Please can you guys help me out? Thanks
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Jackeeh(m): 7:11am On Apr 20, 2016
gidimasters:
thank bro btw how much can he get the medications both fungral and epiderm, lik how much...
personal hygiene, already told him to change his boxers and kept d area clean and dry

Fungral costs 500.00. Epiderm cream 250.00.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by ivoryhouse(m): 7:14am On Apr 20, 2016
Hello, we have need of a professional nurse to take care of an elderly man who has been bed-ridden for a couple of years. He is being relocated to Lekki, Lagos in a few weeks. The job comes with accommodation and the nurse will have paid leave (but may have to arrange for a temporary replacement). If interested send your c.v to princesslovesj@gmail.com
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by gidimasters(m): 7:15am On Apr 20, 2016
Jackeeh:

Fungral costs 500.00. Epiderm cream 250.00.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by lanxebony(m): 7:15am On Apr 20, 2016
AdaNri1:
youre demanding for respect? It's not a hidden thing that a lot of Nigerian trained nurses need re-training in communication and showing compassion. They can be very rude to patients.
This is one of the reasons why they may not be respected. However Nigerians mostly respect people with flashy jobs so majority of them don't respect nurses and teachers.
Before you quickly castigate me, I am also training to be a nurse as a second degree.





This is a new era and modern nurses are now born. Nurses who understand wat is ment to be called into the profession. Dear friend you're a promising nurse when you start your clinical u will understand why some old nurses act the way they do. One of the reason is DAT the govt are not helping - a nurse managing 21 pts who does dat...
And mind you patient might be frustrating some times...




Not judging

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by lanxebony(m): 7:18am On Apr 20, 2016
[quote author=donefezy post=44863787]Hi everyone, please i want to study nursing but don't know the best school in Nigeria to choose. Please can you guys help me out? Thanks [/quo

Dear friend,
Nursing is best studied in the university cos it comes with lot of goodies compare to school of nursing that comes with just 1 cert. BT try UI its cool nursing there

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by dickt(m): 7:18am On Apr 20, 2016
intrepid:
Because it still registers erroneously in many Nigerian minds that nurses aren’t good people.And this comes mainly from warped understanding of what nurses go through and what sacrifices they make sometimes,unknown both to patients and relatives just to see that you are alive.

Respect nurses.They keep you alive
Tell that to the birds. Only a handful of nurses make such sacrifices. And as long as majority are insensitive to patients' plight and r rude to patients, I can't respect nurses. Never!!! I hate them for being rude to patients that they ought to pamper.
.
Sometimes there is work pressure or provocation from doctors who r suffering from superiority complex but that's not enough reason to be unnecessarily rude to patients who on many occasions are even far older than you. What happened to respect for elders, huh?
.
Sometimes I wonder if Nigerian nurses have special training on how to be rude considering the height of rudeness they display to sick people.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by tombeh(m): 7:23am On Apr 20, 2016
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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Sunnycliff(m): 7:24am On Apr 20, 2016
femilek8:
Nurses save the world. Kudos to them.

Please my Bae is a professional nurse specialty is in Ophthalmic nursing, please treat them with respect! They deserve it

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by TheArchangel(f): 7:24am On Apr 20, 2016
Jackeeh:



Fungral(ketoconazole) tablets 200mg twice daily for 10days.
Epiderm cream for topical application morning and night.
Increased personal hygiene.

BTW I'm not a doctor. Buh been there, done that. Now I'm so over it.
please do not advice on any medication on the internet without thorough medical history and examinations. The urge to do so will be irresistible but you have to adhere. It is unethical.

Thanks.

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Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by omotee1234(m): 7:30am On Apr 20, 2016
Caring people am proud to be one of this great people
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by TheArchangel(f): 7:30am On Apr 20, 2016
AdaNri1:
youre demanding for respect? It's not a hidden thing that a lot of Nigerian trained nurses need re-training in communication and showing compassion. They can be very rude to patients.
This is one of the reasons why they may not be respected. However Nigerians mostly respect people with flashy jobs so majority of them don't respect nurses and teachers.
Before you quickly castigate me, I am also training to be a nurse as a second degree.
What's your first degree on

Nurses are products of our environment.
Go to a well renowned hospitals not the medieval general and mushroom hospitals littered at every nook and cranny of this pitiful country and you will testify.

RN/M..BNSc and others in view reporting.
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by ibietela2(m): 7:31am On Apr 20, 2016
Hehehehe nice....

www.healthable.org is an Health and Fitness blog though. Incase you want to share some health care tips
Re: Nurses Forum: Let's Meet Here by Nobody: 7:32am On Apr 20, 2016
Am an engineer but intend settling down with a certified nurse as a wife in the nearest future.. So lemme be secretly following the topic while observing the nurses in the house..

Nurses that reside within Akwa Ibom State should feel free to send me pm so we can initiate a conversation from there..

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