How much do nurses earn in nigeria – career (1) – nigeria gas utility bill

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I’ll seriously advise that you get a Masters degree and if possible a doctorate there in the states(even if its an 18 months DNP) and then move into teaching in Ngr. Doctoral trained nurses in ngr are rare to come by and so schools will grab you immediately.

A friend just finished his Phd in Nursing here in Canada and jokingly sent three applications with resume to three high ranking federal universities in naija, come see calls and grabbings. He eventually settled with one in southern part of the country. Salary? Btwn 350 and 400k naira/mth as a senior lecturer. ‘Textbook and handout’ and probably a part-time position in one or two more univs/schools of nursing no follow this amount ohh. Girl, this is ya best option. Otherwise, u might want to train in ICU or CVICU in the states in addition to ya BScN in order to capture a good job in a big multi national in ngr (if u don’t want to go into teaching).

Thanks for the advice, my goal is to become a Nurse Practitioner before i move to Nigeria. after nursing school, i’m gonna start my masters. then again Nursing is my 2nd career, I studied Computer science and Have masters in Management Info. systems. how marketable will i be. I do wanna stay with Nursing but a job that mixes both my degrees will be great.

NP is a great option. Although its not officially recognized in nigeria, it gives you ample strength and all the advantages when it comes to medical surgical nursing and health assessment. With this and ya computer background, you might want to add a post-masters (takes 6-8 mths of full time studies) degree in Nursing/Health Care informatics, and you’ll be ready to roll. Trust me, this area of healthcare (with specific emphasis on nursing) information systems has great potential of becoming a hot cake in the near future in Nigeria.

I don’t have current information on whether multinationals in ngr have started utilizing electronic health recording systems(but I believe they should) but it has great potentials with limitless earning potentials. Think about possibilities of consulting for big private and govt hospitals in setting up modern electronic health information systems, Think about possibilities of consulting for institutions and hospitals when it comes to manpower training as well. With your NP background, think about possibilities of consulting for institutions when it comes to setting up and use of modern day facilities and equipment. Great potentials, trust me. Re: How Much Do Nurses Earn In Nigeria? by femmyjegs: 11:02am On May 16, 2011

NP is a great option. Although its not officially recognized in nigeria, it gives you ample strength and all the advantages when it comes to medical surgical nursing and health assessment. With this and ya computer background, you might want to add a post-masters (takes 6-8 mths of full time studies) degree in Nursing/Health Care informatics, and you’ll be ready to roll. Trust me, this area of healthcare (with specific emphasis on nursing) information systems has great potential of becoming a hot cake in the near future in Nigeria.

I don’t have current information on whether multinationals in ngr have started utilizing electronic health recording systems(but I believe they should) but it has great potentials with limitless earning potentials. Think about possibilities of consulting for big private and govt hospitals in setting up modern electronic health information systems, Think about possibilities of consulting for institutions and hospitals when it comes to manpower training as well. With your NP background, think about possibilities of consulting for institutions when it comes to setting up and use of modern day facilities and equipment. Great potentials, trust me.