Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana

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  • The acting Registrar, Mr. Felix Nyante, giving his opening remarks.

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  • Sections of the Professional Nurses at the CINOP Training.

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  • Sections of the Professional Nursed at the CINOP Training

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  • Board Chair and Other Members(Far Right) Looking on as the Ag. REgistrar Addresses the house.

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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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