West African College of Nursing Harps On Advancing Healthcare In Nigeria


Except healthcare providers, especially nurses, join the band wagon in keying into emerging technological advancement for effective services, create smart educational models for leadership development, and  reconceptualise their roles in the relatively new healthcare delivery system, the vision of  advancing nursing and healthcare in the country, will remain a mirage.

This was the unanimous submission of speakers during the 6-Day scientific conference of the West African College of Nursing (WACN) held at the Federal  Neuro- Psychiatric  Hospital, Yaba, Lagos.

Speaking on the theme of the conference:Advancing nursing and healthcare: the emerging possibilities and challenges”, the keynote speaker, Associate Professor Florence Adeyemo, made it explicit that nurses  have no choice than to latch on to the  technological innovations around them in order to remain relevant in the profession.


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