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  • The Past and the Immediate past CEO's of the Council with an Exam Coordinator

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  • Some Distinguished Members of the Chair

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  • The Chairperson Addresing the audience

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  • Group Picture Ethical Issues Backgroud. Inset(Immediate past registrar, Board Chaiperson and Ag. Registrar))

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  • Exchange of Pleasantries

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  • A Section of Students during Licensure Exams

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  • Some speach makers at the workshop

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  • The acting Registrar, Left and Assistant Registrar in charge of Supervision and Regional Coordination

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Performance Management Workhop

The staff of N&MC from the 22nd - 24th February 2013 undertake a Performance Management Training.


N&MC Implements NCTE directive on Entry Requirement on

The Council early this year, held a meeting with representatives of Universities offering Nursing programmes as well as the Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges (NMTCs) to discuss...


Registrar Attends International Conference

As the Registrar/CEO of the only statutory body in Ghana mandated to regulate education...


Three new decentralized offices

It all started with the establishment of a zonal office in Tamale, the Northern regional capital in the year2007 to serve clients of the Council living and working in the three northern regions



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    Relief may be in sight for type 2 diabetes patients. Tanzeum, a drug produced by GlaxoSmithKline, has been approved to improve glycemic control by the FDA. The drug, properly known as albiglutide, will be administered to adults with type 2 diabetes.