The Twitter Space started at about 6:15 pm with the co-host, Inem Etuk moderating the session. She introduced the speaker, Prof Prisca Olabisi Adejumo. Thereafter, a short prayer was done after which Prof Prisca gave a brief welcome address, and then the moderator encouraged the listeners to tweet about the “Twitter Space” to enable more people to join. The Twitter […]
Here’s a comprehensive report of the just concluded FYNI webinar. The webinar video will be made available. You can always access it either here on the website, our social media pages, or our Youtube page. Introduction Welcome Address & Introduction of Guests The webinar “Leadership and Politics in Nigerian Nursing: Engaging the Young Nurse,” is […]
Kelly 2007, posited that nurses must become political activists to safeguard the profession from unhealthy policies, which can be channeled through politics and changes in public policy. Kelly, 2007 As the largest group of healthcare providers, nurses are in a unique and powerful position to serve as advocates for patients, communities, and the nursing profession, […]
They have proved their worth by practicing a brand of Nursing that adds value to not just a few but many lives across nations and their impact can still be felt in the nursing community & the world…
Here is a brief official report of the just concluded maiden webinar of FYNI. The live recording will be made available soon. Once it’s ready, viewing links will be sent to your registered emails & our various social media channels.
Here is a personal & touching testimony of a nurse who drinks from the pure streams of mentorship wisdom that flows from the heart of one of the founders of FYNI. Inspiration awaits you…
As part of our initiatives to help young nurses discover their potentials as they journey through the profession, FYNI is organizing a series of webinars that take the form of interview sessions that features Nurses from two different generations (a younger and an older nurse.)