The National Council of Ghana Registered Nurses’ & Midwives’ Association (GRNMA) says it will effective January 2022 bear the cost of PIN/AIN renewal fees of its members to curb challenges they face during the renewal process.
GRNMA decision comes after it September 16, 2021, held a meeting to discuss challenges members of the Association face in renewing their Professional Identification Numbers (PIN) and Auxilliary Identification Numbers (AIN) each year.
“Data has shown instances where the clinical practice has resulted in legal tussles and we have had concerns over expired licenses due to the challenges members of the Association encounter,” the Council said at the meeting.
Members of the Registered Nurses’ & Midwives’ Association have been urged to download the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (N&MC) mobile App at Google Play Store for uploading Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points.
“We kindly urge all members to make it a point to upload all their required Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points achieved within the year,” the President of the Nurses’ & Midwives’ Association told members.
Mrs Perpetual Ofori-Ampofo, the President of the National Council of Ghana Registered Nurses’ & Midwives’ Association (GRNMA) speaking at the meeting urged the GRNMA members to cooperate with the leadership.