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Over sixty nurses awarded for professional excellence in nursing


first_img Tweet LocalNews Over sixty nurses awarded for professional excellence in nursing by: – June 4, 2012 48 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring!center_img (L-R) Nurse of the Year Maria Moise, President Dr. Nicholas Liverpool and Most Outstanding Customer Service awardee Lorie JamesThe Nursing Service through the Ministry of Health has recognized over sixty (60) nurses for professional excellence in nursing at its first annual Nursing Awards Ceremony on Sunday; the climax of a month long of activities to celebrate nurses and nursing.Nineteen (19) nurses were awarded for excellence in customer service, twenty-two (22) for professional excellence and six (6) for management excellence.The Nurse of the Year Award was bestowed upon Maria Moise while Lorie James received the Most Outstanding Customer Service award.Other awards went to Letitia Lestrade-Wyke for dedication and hard work in secondary health care while Florestine Lewis was awarded for her dedication and hard work in primary health care.Delores Sanchez was recognized for appreciation of service as Nurse Anesthetist, while Principal Nursing Officer; Caesarina Ferrol who thought of and helped to plan the nursing awards was presented with an award of appreciation. Health minister Julius Timothy congratulated and reminded the nurses of their responsibility of “uplifting the nursing profession and taking it to the next level” noting that this could be accomplished with “dedication and commitment”.“As patients advocate you must ensure that at all times your patients as clients receive the necessary care that will assist in their speedy recovery and rehabilitation when necessary. Your clients depend on you especially during their illness when they are most vulnerable. Let us therefore make them comfortable”.Meanwhile, Acting Prime Minister Dr Colin McIntyre urged the nurses to “be good extension officers” and deliver the best care possible to their patients.“No one forgets the nurse who attended to them in the hospital, the mid wife who delivered their first child and the district nurse who checked mother and child thereafter. I am proud that our achievements are many; our vision is clear and our commitment in unwavering however we cannot be complacent in these achievements. We must continue to strive for excellence and professionalism in nursing and the entire health system and to maintain an environment that is conducive to providing remarkable health services”.The awards ceremony was celebrated under the theme “Professional Excellence in Nursing – a partnership with our customers,” under the patronage of the President Dr. Nicholas Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool.They were also serenaded and encouraged in song by Dominica’s Lady of Song Ophelia Marie.[nggallery id = 192]Dominica Vibes News Share Sharelast_img read more


NFF: Eagles’ $2.8m World Cup Bonus Almost Ready for Collection


first_imgDuro IkhazuagbePresident of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, revealed wednesday that Super Eagles’ World Cup 2018 qualification bonus of $2.8million (about N1.08billion) is almost ready for the players to collect.Speaking in Abuja wednesday, Pinnick who also doubles as CAF Executive Committee member, insisted he was not the kind of president of the federation who will shy away from speaking about money at the Glass House. “I am not one of the presidents of the federation that don’t talk about money. We had a meeting with the team in November and we signed agreement with them that 30 per cent of the FIFA money which is $2.8million will be paid to them.“The money we agreed with the players is almost 100 per cent already for them to collect whenever they come. We met a couple of state governments and even made presentation to FIFA in raising the money and I can assure you that the money is 100 per cent certain for them to collect,” the NFF chief stressed while fielding a question on the finances of the Glass House ahead of Russia 2018.Pinnick said that there was nothing to worry about concerning Eagles preparations for the World Cup in Russia.“We are not facing any challenge, and I would like to thank the government of Nigeria for creating the enabling environment for us to strive,” he noted.“The government has given us all the support and more importantly create that stability we always sought in football. The government has really done well by giving us financial support to reach our goal. I thank the Minister of Sports (Solomon Dalung) who has been a major supporter of our programme.”He also revealed that he was in charge of Eagles preparation for the Mundial “I am totally in charge of the World Cup and I don’t delegate functions that are crucial because the desire of every Nigerian is for Super Eagles to do well at the World Cup. I speak to the technical officials, especially the coaches everyday, and I am also in touch with the technical committee.On the goalkeeper problem facing the team following the leukaemia ailment that sidelined dependable Carl Ikeme, Pinnick revealed plans to dispatch goalkeeper trainers to all the national team keepers including Dele Alampasu, Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Daniel Akpeyi and the Spain-based goalkeeper Francis Uzoho for one-on-one training ahead of the World Cup.He described the planned friendly between Nigeria and England at the Wembley Stadium on June as a decent effort to size up Eagles before the World Cup kicks off. The last friendly for the team is planned for June 6 against Czech Republic.“The tickets for Nigeria/England match is almost sold out and it will be a good game. The match would play at the Wembley on June 2, and from then we would go to play Czech Republic in Austria on June 6, before moving to Russia for World Cup,” Pinnick concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more




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