A total of 1,002 candidates from the various nursing and midwifery training colleges across the country are writing the Professional Licensing Examination which began on Monday, 23rd and is expected to end on Friday February 27, this year.
Out of the total number, 760 candidates are re-sitters whiles 241 are having their first attempt.
The Professional licensing examination which is being conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (N&MC) is taking place simultaneously at nine examination centers across the country.
A visit to Tema WAEC Hall, which is the examination center for NMTCs in the Greater Accra region, revealed that candidates were very calm and well composed.
A two-day workshop aimed at computerizing the Nursing process for use in the various hospitals and clinics has opened in Accra. This is the first in a series to be organized by the Council.
The fifteen participants are Principals and Tutors from the Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges and Lecturers from the Universities offering nursing and midwifery programmes.
The participants are expected to brainstorm and agree on the detailed features of a software that would be designed to capture data on patients during the nursing process.
M. S. S. I. Ghana
The Health Institute of Ghana (THIG)
Africa Partners Medical Ghana (APMG)
Foundation of Orthopedic and Complex Spine (FOCOS)
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