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NMCN lunches First Ever Free MCPDP Online Courses For Nigerian Nurses
NMCN lunches First Ever Free MCPDP Online Courses For Nigerian Nurses 2020 appears to have greater things in store for Nigerian Nursing, judging by the awesome news emanating from the secretariat of the Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
In a social media broadcast post that is going viral, nurses in the country are likely set to experience a digital revolution that will not only directly expose Nigerian nurses to best practices in the world of global Nursing but further consolidate the statistical database for for Nigerian nurses.
Nurses on Air correspondent who got in touch with inner sources from the Council secretariat to dispel the rumour that the news is untrue, confirmed this evening that the news is indeed authentic and was officially signed by the registrar.
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Below is the content of the news broadcast which many initially labelled as fake news prior to this confirmation.
Content of News Broadcast
Greetings from the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria(NMCN ).
As we will be celebrating 2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife, we are excited as NMCN to inform you that we will be soon launching our new Free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) online platform and Mobile Application with access to Free CPD courses.
Many well known and globally respected educators such as The Royal College of Nursing and Royal College of Midwives are making their content available for Free in Africa for the 1st time.
We request that all NMCN Nurses and Midwives Pre-Register on the system before Pre-Registration closes on Friday 17th January 2020.
This will assist you in meeting the required CPD points prior to the renewal of your practicing license.
You can share the link with other members. https://wcea.education/nmcnr
Faruk Umar Abubakar
An official circular to authenticate the cheering news may likely follow from the council in days to come.
We say a big huge congratulations to Nigerian nurses for this unprecedented milestone!