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Welcome to Nigeria Nurses discussion Forum !
Naija Nurses Forum® is a nonprofit social networking community dedicated to honoring excellence in the nursing profession.

Our vision
Naija Nurses Forum® aim is to become Nigeria Leading Nursing Social Networking Community

Our Mission
Naija Nurses Forum® connect Nigerian nurses online using the power of social media to empower, encourage, unite and showcase opportunities for nursing advancement by providing our members support where they can grow and succeed in their career

Naija Nurses Forum® provide online nursing information, share professional, clinical information and experience that promote our life, our job and profession to Nigeria nursing community.

Naija Nurses Forum®- Helping you become a better nurse

Join our leading networking site for conversation and post comments, photos and events at www.naijanursesforum.com

This forum was created and designed by nurses, we exploit the strength of our profession to share information and ides. Our NETWORK is our strength. To use this strength to optimum benefits for nurses, we implore you to freely post and comment HERE ON THIS FORUM.

Many will view them here and benefit from your information and opinion, even at later date.

It's not about qualifications, it's about connecting and learning from each other. It's about being part of a network of colleagues... run by nurses...for nurses...about nurses. Connecting Nigerian Nurses!
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While we express and share information or seek the opinions of nurses on this forum; we should remember that this forum is public and we are responsible to upholding the image of our dear profession. Bearing in mind that many are on this forum may not have nursing experience but were only interested in reading our post. We should therefore respect one another’s views, be polite, and avoid personal attacks.


This site is 100% free to use and will always be free of charge for the users. Let’s use the site responsibly.

We would gladly welcome trusted and committed moderators to join the challenge of keeping everything working. If you ever have any questions or concerns, just use the PM or Email.
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Naija Nurses Forum connect nurses with the groups they belong to, colleagues they support, resources they need, and positively changing the orientation, attitude and behavior of Nursing in Nigeria.

Naija Nurses Forum promote the brand of Nursing in Nigeria by providing online information; share professional, clinical information and experience that promote our life, our job and profession to the nursing community. We share ideas and information that resolve possible challenges we encounter on our clinical practice and its impact on nursing practice in our country.

At Naija Nurses Forum, you can search for the latest nursing jobs, locate nursing schools and read nursing articles and news. We invite you to join our nursing forums and participate in discussions.

Naija Nurses Forum is dedicated to honoring excellence in the nursing profession. Our purpose is to provide global online information to the nursing community. At Naija Nurses Forum, you can search for the latest nursing jobs, locate nursing schools and read nursing articles and news. We invite you to join our nursing forums and participate in discussions.

Your knowledge, thoughts and experience in the field of nursing are greatly needed and appreciated. We thank you for any contributions that will assist other nurses and the future of nursing.

We encourage all to focus on how to promote more accurate, balanced and frequent media portrayals of nurses and increase the media's use of nurses as expert sources.

If this is your first visit, you may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Posting question is easy. To get started, all you need to do is click on the 'New Topic' button on the upper right hand corner.

We hope you will invite your friends and share with us.

Our MAINPAGE adding friends, posting and comment is strictly for members. A facebook-like social site!
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  • - Members would be empowered to advance in their career by acquiring more skills and training.

    - Members would be inspired to engage in public health activities and initiatives in advancing nursing practice.

    - Members would be reorientated to take up responsibility of providing public health education and awareness in their local
    communities.

    -Members would be inspired to have the option of embracing entrepreneurship in nursing and develop solutions that
    contribute to healthcare advancement.

    - Members will easily have access to career mentors in growing a successful career.
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We welcome you new member to this community of Nigerian nurses, where we promote the brand of Nursing in Nigeria by providing online information.do read our mission and rules. You have not missed much. View our past articles, comments and discussion on our website. www.naijanursesforum.com

While we express and share information or seek the opinions of nurses on this forum; we should remember that we are responsible to upholding the image of our dear profession. We should also respect one another’s views, be polite, and avoid personal attacks.

Naija Nurses Forum®- Helping you become a better nurse

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Make your voice count. Registration is free.
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Nurses are patients advocate. Nursing is different from medicine. We have different job description and calling. Though some are interwoven. It is not weakness on the part of a nurse if she refused to do certain procedures, it just that in health care delivery, there is division of labour and a well trained personal will stay within her scope of practice.

No other professional can perform the duties assigned to a nurse effectively more than the nurse herself. This is the reason training of unqualified people for sheep labour should be discouraged and resisted by All Nigerian. Nursing is a profession, it is not an offshoot of any other profession, The entire society should please be informed that nurses are not receptionists as been portrayed in some cottage hospitals.

We have definite independent and interdependent roles we render for our clients and patients, without which they cannot experience wellness or total deliverance from illnesses. Respect nurses, because they are your advocate. Great, articulate, dedicated, and immaculate nurses.

I throw way salute o!
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Knowledge is the Foundation of a Rewarding Nursing Career

Education, experience, and shared knowledge makes a well-informed nurse. naija nurses forum is a leading social networking site for nurses and nursing students in all levels of the profession. You will find answers to all your questions, lively debates, helpful articles, nursing jobs, degree program information, and so much more.

What kind of nurse do you want to be?
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1. You will be able to make a comment with as many words as you like without restriction.

2. It is highly moderated so no one is out of line. We can all disagree with respect to each other.

3. You can always go back and review the archived discussion on a later date because the past discussion topics are EASY to locate than scrolloing through so many pages to find an old discussion as we have it here.

4. It is not restricted to members of this group so your other friends can join in.

5. It is at the comfort of your home.

6. Its timed so it can serve as a means of fellowshipping and networking with one another.

We believe that this is a step in the right direction where we can all LEARN FROM EACH OTHER. If you know of ways to enhance this, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Love you all!!!
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I am intrigued that lots of people either join up but never post or else visit and don't join.

I would love to know why that is and perhaps what people would like to say or ask but don't actually do it.

So this is my challenge. If you are one of those people, either be brave and post something, or else send me a private message and I will post on your behalf. 8-)
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One of our aim on this forum is to exploit the strength of our profession to share information. Our NETWORK is our strength. To use this strength to optimum benefits for nurses, we implore you to freely post and comment HERE ON THIS FORUM.

Many will view them here and benefit from your information and opinion, even at later date.

It's not about qualifications, it's about connecting and learning from each other. It's about being part of a network of colleagues... run by nurses...for nurses...about nurses. Connecting Nigerian Nurses!

Our mission is to strengthen and unite the nursing industry by connecting nurses with the groups they belong to, colleagues they support, and resources they need.
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