Another 14 nurses have quit their jobs at a private hospital in Bahrain after they allegedly went more than three months without being paid.
They are among more than 200 employees at the International Hospital of Bahrain (IHB), on
Dubai Cord Blood and Research Centre (DCRC) recently held a workshop for 22 nurses from Dubai and Latifa Hospital, offering specialist training on advanced methods of cord blood collection.
The workshop was sponsored by Cytomed an
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched a new educational initiative to support the career of nurses working in the field, enabling them to seek higher education without having to leave their jobs.
As part of this initiative, the DH
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, has launched a major initiative towards training more than 580 nursing professionals over the next eight years.
The Tamkeen Healthcare Programme, established in 2008, has so far trained over 1,400 heal
Nursing staff at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), who have not been paid overtime allowances since February, could have the money in their accounts this week.
Disruption at the hospital in February and March, when it was taken over by prot
More than 120 paediatric nurses took part in a forum organised in Dubai recently Pfizer Nutrition Gulf, which discussed the latest updates in the care of infants and young children.
Four experts from the region presented the latest updates
Nurses are claiming that a Bahrain recruitment agency is demanding bribes to help them secure jobs at hospitals.
The company has been accused of demanding money under the table from nursing job applicants to ensure they will be included on
Nurses in Bahrain were on Sunday granted pay rises averaging 37 per cent as part of a new jobs scale.
The package was unveiled as Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting at Gudaibiya Palace, s