Nursing exam on Sept 28

ABU DHABI — The Federal Department of Nursing has announced that the next nursing/midwifery registration examination will be held on September 28. Nurses/midwives employed or to be employed in the government and private sectors are eligible for registration.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Tue 23 Aug 2005, 10:16 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 7:15 PM

Nurses in the private sector should provide an official letter issued by the Ministry of Health's Private Medical Licensing Department.

All foreign national applicants, who graduated from foreign nursing/midwifery programmes must have graduated with a minimum of 60 per cent of marks. Those applying for nursing examination should have 1,000-hour experience, and those applying for the midwifery exam should have one-year experience.

Nurses and midwives interested in taking the examination have been directed to get themselves registered between September 20 and 24.

Quality Group

DUBAI — Dubai Quality Group (DQG) re-launched its IT subgroup yesterday to “promote individual and organisational excellence by identifying, disseminating and encouraging the use of Best IT practices, procedures and processes."

The re-launch of the subgroup is expected to provide members the opportunity to discuss issues and influence changes in the business community.

Abdul Qader Ali, Chairman of Dubai Quality Group, said that while people are the biggest asset to any organisation, information and data security must be at the heart of any set up. “The IT subgroup shall be one quick way for the members to learn from each other and secure their own environment,” he added.

Music Institute

DUBAI — The Asia Music Institute will hold the closing ceremony of its Summer Camp 2005 on August 25 at the Sharjah Indian Association community hall.

The six-hour-long celebration will include dance and music performances by over 300 students. Dignitaries planning to attend the function include Dr F. Wasil, principal of Our Own English High School in Sharjah, and Dr Taylor Smith from Trinity College in London.


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