Bahrain Nursing Society
Title: Bahrain Nursing Society
Description: Bahrain Nursing Society
Keywords: Bahrain,Nursing,Society is ranked 1 in the world (amongst the 30 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 60% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $8,767. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information Information, IP Address, DNS Server

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Purchase/Sale Value: $8,767
Daily Revenue: $24
Monthly Revenue $720
Yearly Revenue: $8,767
Daily Unique Visitors 2,210
Monthly Unique Visitors: 66,300
Yearly Unique Visitors: 806,650 WebSite Httpheader

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Nursing 12 2.16%
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Bahrain Nursing Society Mission Vision Objectives & Aims Constitution Board Of Directors History of BNS The Founders Logo Previous Presidents Contact us About Membership Registration Professional Non-Professional Home About BNS Membership Code of Conduct Research Articles Continuous Education Health Conferences Email us Woman, 48, dies of swine flu A 48-year-old Bahraini woman yesterday became the sixth patient to die from the H1N1 virus in the kingdom. Ministry of Health recorded fifth event of the death for a woman with swine flu The Ministry of Health yesterday (Monday), recorded the fifth death caused by the virus (H1N1) that known as swine flu disease of a Bahraini woman her age is 51 years, raising the number of recorded cases to five cases end up with death in the Kingdom of Bahrain since the disease first reported in May 2009. Prescribed anti-H1N1at private clinics will be done through Salmaniya's pharmacy Tamiflu, anti-virus H1N1, known disease of swine influenza, for patients from private clinics and hospitals, will be made through Salmaniya Medical Complex's pharmacy Bahrain Nursing Society and Civil Associations Celebrate to Support Gaza Bahrain Nursing Society, led by the cooperation and support from civil society organizations and the presence of the Ambassador of the State of Palestine Professor / Ahmed Ramadan, His Excellency Deputy / Jalal Fairuz and heads of professional associations and women's trade union and human rights held a ceremony to mark Eid al-Fitr in support of parents and children of Gaza The Emergency Department crying his young staff nurse Layla after her death Severe grief to the nursing staff, medical and all those working in accident and emergency department after hearing the news of the death of the young nurse colleague Layla Abdullah Nimah, which has died on Friday afternoon 25/9/2009 LFC Group Five Message Welcome to BNS website The Bahrain Nursing Society website was designed to bridge the communication gap between nurses all over the kingdom both in government and private sectors. In addition, the nurses will be able to share information, disseminate research studies, and attend online continuous education. On Behalf of BNS we invite you to spend some of your precious time browsing the BNS website hoping that you find things of interest and motivate you to join us. Sincerely, Husain Nasaif, RN, MSN, CANP, Muneeera Al-Sawad, RN, MSN Muna Al-Askari, RN, MS Murtadha Al-Sehlawi, RN, BSN Naeema Al-Qaidoom, RN, BSN Safyia Idrabooh, RN, AD From Group 5 - Leadership For Change Program (2007-2009) Latest Events We will not forget Gaza, Al Shabab Club & Nurses Serving Community Campaign Published on 2009-10-01 Nurses Serving Community Campaign h1n1 Latest News FLU HITS SCHOOLS Published on 2009-10-07 Two high school students have fallen victim to swine flu only days after their return to classrooms. The Education Ministry yesterday announced the two cases. The fourth case of SWINE FLU death BD 4.4 million for flu vaccine Doctors wary over safety of H1N1 jabs Hospitals deny ministry plea jop Opportunities This space has been reserved for the hospitals & Health organizations to advertise about their nursing job vacancies. for more inforamtion please email us. Mailing list Write your email Mobile Number Security Code Search Write your Criteria Nursing Resources Nurse Information Nurse Learning Modules A Practical Guide to Clinical Nursing Top Public Health Issues Facing Health Officials in 2013 Nursing Shortage Nursing Shortage Still a Reality What Is Nursing Nurses' Role in the Future of Health Care Risk Management in Health Care Why Nurses Need More Authority Why Be A Nurse Website Statistics Total Visits 5278 Now online 1 Date 21-10-2009 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ? BAHRAIN NURSING SOCIETY Powered By WIDE TECHNOLOGY 2009 This Website is a Project which was done by: Hussain Nasaif, Mona Al-Askari, Muneera Al-Sawad, Murtadha Al-Sehlawi, Naeema Al-Qaidoom, and Safyia Idhrabooh Whois