Newly Registered Nurses from Atoifi awarded

Newly Registered Nurses from Atoifi awarded

Newly registered nurses during the ceremony at the Maratha hall

TWENTY six nurses from the Atoifi School of nursing have been awarded with their part two registered license at the Seventh Day Adventist’s Maranatha Hall on September 8.

Speaking during the occasion on behalf of the newly registered nurses, senior rep Mr Joe Adifaka said, that it is a day in which every one of us is waiting for.

“Some of us are brighten up with smiles of great joy because we are no longer probationers, we are now called registered nurses”

“Nurses are those who open the eyes of a new born and gently close the eye of a dying, it is indeed a great blessing to be the first and last to witness the begin and ending of human life”

Mr Adifaka said that despite the challenges and hardships they have faced during their studying at Atoifi school of Nursing in south Malaita region.

“We are all satisfied with because it is part of our striving to be the success that no matter what, we finally accomplished what is our aim.”

Mr Adifaka in his remarks also thanked the hardworking lectures, and the health team as a whole, for their kind assistance in terms of skills, knowledge and confidentiality in the result they will perform as a professional registered Nurses in various Medical field.

“Our thanks also goes out to our parents, guardians and supporting friends for helping us during our time of study and for their well preparation to make these moment a successful ceremony”.

Mr Adifaka also urged the newly registered nurses as they move on and face challenges of their profession, it is important to be centered on three main mission, the mission of caring, advocating and leadership.

“The nursing knowledge proficient caring skills and professional caring attitude that we have learned from the past years of our study are the basic important rules we should remember, in order we can achieve each of our nursing goal”.

Meanwhile, Mr Adifaka also pointed out that however they will face some unbearable situation and people will always put the blame on them.

“Remember that our task is not an easy task so we have to be serious about it and regardless of hardship let us save the lives of our people,” he said.


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