Results for POST BASIC Licensing Examinations in January 2014, December 2014 and January 2015 have been released as at Friday, 10th April, 2015.
All candidates should please contact the principals of their respective schools for further information.
Management of the Nursing and Midwifery Coucil of Ghana would like to inform our cherished clients that with effect from 1st April, 2015, new fees and charges shall apply.
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The Nursing and Midwifery Council is in the process of reviewing all the curricula for the training of Nurse Assistants, Nurses and Midwives.
The review exercise is a regulatory practice and is usually done every five years. It is pursuant to the provisions of Part Three, Section 55 (a) of the Health Professions Regulatory Bodies Act, 2013 (Act 857) which mandates the Council to establish standards and provide guidelines for the development of curriculum for the training of nurse assistants, nurses and midwives.
The 4th phase of the exercise commenced in Accra on Tuesday, April 7 and is expected to end on Friday, April 10, 2015 with the objective of reviewing the course structure of all the programmes with the view to identifying possible omissions and adding emerging areas in nursing and midwifery practice.
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