Written by Ateed YUSUF

Principal charges students, nurses on ethical conduct

The principal of FCT School of Nursing and Midwifery Gwagwalada, Mr. Lakereks James, has tasked the students of the school to abide by the ethics of medical profession with a view to contributing their quota in providing quality healthcare services in the FCT. 

He disclosed this to The Abuja Inquirer while commenting on the upward review of the admission quarters giving to the school by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. 

The school boss attributed the successes recorded recently in the school to the priority attention given to the school by the FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Bello, and the Mandate Secretary of Health and Human Service Secretariat, HHSS, Bar. Amanda Pam in the area of infrastructure and manpower development. 

James revealed that both school of midwifery and nursing have started admitting 100 students instead of the 50 slots the school used to admit in the previous years, just as he applauded the FCT Administration for providing additional halls, office accommodation and manpower. 

The health expert reiterated commitment to maintain the standard of the school in student performance, noting that in 2016 a Committee of Heads of Basic and Post –Basic Nursing Institute has presented an award to the school for producing best student in the country. 


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