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West Africa College Of Nurses Holds Her National Conference… South-West Zone, 2016.

West African College of Nursing, South-West Zone Presents its 2016 National Conference;
Date: 17th-20th April 2016
Venue: Newton Hotel Owerri, Off P/H Road Along Imo Specialist Hospital Road, New Owerri, Imo State.
Theme: Maternal and Child Health in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects
Sub Theme:
  1. Stemming Child and Maternal Mortality
  2. Improving access to Quality Maternal and Child Care
  3. Best Practices in Maternal and Child Care
  4. Maternal and Child Nutrition
  5. Maternal and Child Rights and Legislation
  6. Post Abortion Care
  7. Education and Management in Maternal and Child Care
  8. Emerging Maternal and Child Health Issues
  9. Community Empowerment for Maternal and Child Care
  10. Child Survival Strategy
Abstract for the Scientific Session across all Specialties (not more than 250 words) should be submitted online on or before 20th March 2016
Keynote Speaker
Dr. Nwonu Eunice, FWACN
Participants – N20,000
Students N5,000(with proof of claim)
Early Birds (On or before 7th April 2016) -N15,000
Account Details:
Account Name: West African College of Nursing South-East Zone
Account Number: 2057190041
Bank: UBA
Target Participants:
All Fellows, All Intending Fellows, Medical & Health Professionals, Professionals in Other Fields and Students
For Further Information: 
Mobile: 08037247124, 08063344925, 08036751743

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