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  • The acting Registrar, Mr. Felix Nyante, giving his opening remarks during the workshop on ethicolegel issues in nursing in Greater Accra and to his right is Mr. Ampem Darko, coordinator of the workshop

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  • The Board Chairman Hajia Mariama Sumani (in headgear) in a tete-a-tete with facilitators of the workshop and the Acting Registrar.

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  • Board Chairman, Hajia Mariama Sumani addressing the opening ceremony of the workshop

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  • A cross section of participants at the workshop. Inset: A group photograph of dignitaries and participants.

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  • Acting Registrar, Felix Nyante, in a handshake with the immediate past Registrar, Rev. Veronica Darko

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  • The second cohort of Pediatric Nursing Graduates during their licensing exam. Inset: the Acting Registrar and coordinators of the Pediatric Nursing Programme.

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  • From left to right: Nii Teiko Tagoe Greater Accra Regional Officer, Mrs Cecilia Kalitsi and a participant giving comments during the workshop.

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  • From left to right: Immediate past Registrar, Rev. Veronica Darko, giving a word of advice to participants at the workshop on ethico-legal issues in Greater Accra. Mrs. Angela Adjei Chairperson for the workshop and Mrs Philomena Wooley, moderator.

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