The School of Allied Health sciences (SAHS), Department of Occupational Therapy, Korle-Bu is organising a three day course on Moving and Handling of patients on the following dates: 19th - 21st February, 24th - 26th February and 3rd-5th March, 2014 from 9:30am to 4:30pm each day
The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana wish to announce to the general public that the calender for the 2014 accademic year is out. Prospective Examination Candidates can Check their Schedule for the Exams according to thier respective programs.
The Nurses and Midwives’ Council of Ghana was formed as a result of a merger between the then Nurses Board and the Midwives Board as decreed by the National Redemption Council, NRCD 117 of 1972. Membership of the Council is constituted, as provided in the Decree, as follows:
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