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ICN President to Meet NANNM, President Buhari Over Nigerian Nurses Situation by katty : November 22, 2015, 10:44:41 AM
In a historic feat, the intellectually towering but humble President of the international Council of Nurses Judith Shamian would be visiting Nigeria.
 
This was made known in a letter dated 10th November 2015 was addressed to the NUNSA National President Toba Odumosu and signed by the ICN President Judith Shamian.
 
In the letter, the erudite ICN President confirmed that she would be visiting Nigeria to attend the Inaugural Nursing Leadership summit, a brain child of the NUNSA National president. She also noted that "it would be a great honour and privilege for me to meet with the president of Nigeria on this occassion to discuss the situation of Nurses in Nigeria.

The ICN President would be in Nigeria from 14th to 20th December 2015 within which she would also visit the National Associatio of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives at their induction program for newly elected state executives initially fixed to hold at zamfara but now moved to Abuja to accomodate the ICN Presidents visit.
 
The Nursing leadership summit is a joint convention between NUNSA (Nigerian universities nursing students association, NANSM (National Associatio of Nigerian Student Nurses and Midwives) and WANSA (West African Nursing Students Association) with the opening ceremony scheduled for the 16th of December at the National Air Force Conference center, kado, Abuja where the ICN President would deliver her keynote address.
 
Other keynote speakers at the event include Prof. Hayat gomma Head of department ABU Zaria, Dr Sheila from Botswana, Prof. Danfulani and Dr dupe Adeniran.
 
The Portal for registration has now opened on www.nunsa.org
 
Payment plan for the NUNSA National convention is as follows;
November 1st - 30th N3000 Early bird registration.
December 1st-13th N4000 late registration .
December 14th N5000 onsite payment
 
Tentative Program and Events outline (still under review)
Day 1
14th December
 - Registration 1400 – 1800
 
Day 2
15th December -
Community service initiative outreach 0800 – 1200
Location – across local govt in abuja
Debate and quiz -1800 – 2000
 
Day 3
16th December -
Nursing leadership summit
Registration and Exhibition – 0800 – 0900
Opening invocation 0900 – 0905
Introduction of Guest 0905- 0930
Anthems  0930 – 0940
A minute silence in memory of 0ur departed colleagues
Opening remarks 0940 – 1000
Welcome address 1000 - 1020
Citation of keynote speaker 1020 – 1030
Keynote address  1030 – 1130
Tea break & Launching – 1130 – 1200
Community service initiative (CSI)
National media team- leadership documentary series 
Panel of discussion – 1200- 1330
Theme – Nursing Leadership- Rethinking the missing link

Day 4 -
17th December
Nursing leadership summit
 
Venue – **
Networking session and exhibition – 0800 – 0900
 
Venue – **
Opening invocation – 0900 -0905
Introduction – 0905-0930
Citation of keynote speaker – 0930 – 0940
Keynote address – 0940 – 1040
Launching and tea break – 1040 – 1120
NUDAQS – Nursing Debate and Quiz Society Journal, Magazine and Website
Citation of speaker - 1120 - 1130
Second address – 1130 – 1220
Panel of discussion/interactive session- 1220 – 1340
Lunch break – 1340 – 1440
Plenary sessions – 1440 – 1730
Venue – ** 1800 – 2000
 
Day 5- 18th December
Community Service Initiative walk – 0700 – 1100
Venue –**
Trips (0nly one per participant) – 1200- 1800
The trips will be communicated wen fixed
Charity concert – 1900 – 2300
Venue – **
 
Day 6- 19th december
Picnic
Dinner
Time: ***
 
Day 7- 20th December
Departure




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