Malta Union of Midwives & Nurses
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Fitness Guide, commencing in
September 2015. click here for
Course Outline and Time Table
click here- Register Today!
"No Health without Mental Health"
Nursing Campaign 2015
I Chose Nursing, Choose Nursing
as your Career. Read More
Who can register with MUMN - Click
Mental Health Nursing-" light
the road to be a stepping
to be there. I am a Mental Health
Nurse"- Bachelor of Science
(Honours) Mental Health Nursing-
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Skin & Wound Care Course- Starting
in October 2015, lectures from Mr.
Leonard Schembri. Application forms
in the near Future. Contact us if

Mind your Head- The Mental Fitness
Guide Course will be commencing in
October 2015.

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Click Here- for Registration Form
Skin and Wound Care Course-
Lectures by Mr. Leonard Schembri.
The main objectives of the course
are to delve into detail about the
different pathways and trends to the
healing process of wounds/ulcers.

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In honour of MUMN’s 20th anniversary, we are welcoming proposals for a monument honouring the nursing and midwifery professions towards the patient, Mother and Child. Please click here, to find Project Brief, Regulations and Specifications required
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This is the official site for the Maltese Union of Midwives and Nurses. A Union which throughout its existence has strived to support and look after the interests of nurses and midwives alike. However the main objective of this union is that it pledges to educate and strive to reduce the risk of every type of illness, assist all patients, use possible means to lessen the discomfort and suffering of all patients and hasten convalescence.
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Managing Employees Wellbeing

A Seminar offered by the FNBF Group Committee in collaboration with MUMN Council and delivered by Richmond Foundation Experts.

The aim of the training is for employees with managerial responsibilities to better understand the impact of poor mental health on the work and life of the individual. They will learn how to recognize common health hazards among the caring professionals such as Stress, Burnout and Bullying. At the end of the training the employees will know how to identify fellow employees at risk and encourage them to seek help...

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