West African College of Nursing Annual General Meeting/ Scientific Session

West Africa NursesThe West African College of Nursing Nigeria chapter announces its annual general meeting/ scientific session Tagged Calabar 2016…
Theme: Adding value to nursing practice: The Nigerian Perspective
Sub Themes:
  • Leadership for change: A panacea for healthcare delivery system
  • Nursing Image in Nigeria: what will florence say?
  • Reduction of maternal and child mobidity and mortality: the focus for Midwives
  • The place of Nutrition in the causation, prevention and of non communicable diseases
  • Integration of mental health to contemporary health care
  • The problems of internally displaced persons: The Nurse
  • Nursing Entrepreneurship: A cry for Todays Nurse
Keynote Address Speaker: Prof. Mildred E John
Chairman of the Occasion: Prof Maurice Asuquo
Date: 3rd to 7th October 2016
Venue: Monty Suites Hotel, Behind Zone 6 Police
Time: 8:30am Daily
Call for abstracts related to the theme should be sent to the email address below: bamideledet@yahoo.com
Non health professionals that are carrying out research in health related areas can send abstracts and participate in the conference
Those to Attend:
Fellows of the college, Nurse/ Midwives, Nursing/ Midwifery Students, Health professionals, Health related agencies, and those in health related areas
Contacts:
Elder Dr (Mrs) Comfort Ekanem (FWACN, FICA)
Chairman Local Organizing committee
Phone 08034047926

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