Regions Healthcare Industrial Training and Student/Graduate Observership Program

Read Carefully before you Apply

Eligibility Requirements

Regions Healthcare industrial Training and students/Graduate observership program shall be in the following areas: 

Biomedical Engineering Students

  • Number of personnel Regions can accommodate: two
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 1 Year

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 400 level of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present an accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Regions Biomedical Unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the Manager in charge of Biomedical Equipment.

____________________________

Medical Physiology Students

  • Number of Students Regions Can accommodate: Two
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 6 Months

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 300 level student of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present an accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Regions Neurodiagnostic Unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the unit head.

______________________

Anatomy Students

  • Number of students Regions can accommodate: One
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 6 Months

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 300 level student of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.
  • You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Labrad to work under Radiology unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the unit head.

STUDENTS OBSERVERSHIP

This is applicable to the following

  1. Nigeria Medical students
  2. Nursing Students
  3. Physiology Students
  4. Physiotherapy Students
  5. Occupational Therapy Students
  6. Radiography Students
  7. Medical Laboratory Students

Duration: Based on school curriculum

Accommodation: you are to provide your own accommodation.  

Stipend: N/A

Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Report to the unit head.

GRADUATE OBSERVERSHIP

This is applicable to the following

  • Foreign-trained medical graduate
  • Foreign-trained Nursing graduate
  • Graduate Physiotherapist
  • Graduate Occupational Therapist
  • Radiography Graduate
  • Medical Laboratory Graduate
  • Graduate Physiologist

Duration: Minimum: 6 Months Maximum: 1 Year

Eligibility:

  • Must be a graduate from a recognized university.
  • For Nigeria Graduates, an accompanying letter signed by the HOD and a statement of results, if available, must be presented.
  • Must present their degree certificate for Foreign-trained Graduate
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: Candidates are expected to provide their own accommodation.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N30,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management on a case–by–case basis.

Report to the unit head.

Regions Healthcare Industrial Training and Student/Graduate Observership Program

Read Carefully before you Apply

Eligibility Requirements

Regions Healthcare industrial Training and students/Graduate observership program shall be in the following areas: 

Biomedical Engineering Students

  • Number of personnel Regions can accommodate: two
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 1 Year

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 400 level of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present an accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Regions Biomedical Unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the Manager in charge of Biomedical Equipment.

____________________________

Medical Physiology Students

  • Number of Students Regions Can accommodate: Two
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 6 Months

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 300 level student of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present an accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Regions Neurodiagnostic Unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the unit head.

______________________

Anatomy Students

  • Number of students Regions can accommodate: One
  • Time of stay: Minimum: 5 Months Maximum: 6 Months

Eligibility:

  • Must be a 300 level student of a recognized Nigeria university
  • Must present accompanying letter duly signed by his/her HOD from the University
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.
  • You are expected to provide your own accommodation.

Posting: will be posted to Labrad to work under Radiology unit.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N15,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management.

Report to the unit head.

STUDENTS OBSERVERSHIP

This is applicable to the following

  1. Nigeria Medical students
  2. Nursing Students
  3. Physiology Students
  4. Physiotherapy Students
  5. Occupational Therapy Students
  6. Radiography Students
  7. Medical Laboratory Students

Duration: Based on school curriculum

Accommodation: you are to provide your own accommodation.  

Stipend: N/A

Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Report to the unit head.

GRADUATE OBSERVERSHIP

This is applicable to the following

  • Foreign-trained medical graduate
  • Foreign-trained Nursing graduate
  • Graduate Physiotherapist
  • Graduate Occupational Therapist
  • Radiography Graduate
  • Medical Laboratory Graduate
  • Graduate Physiologist

Duration: Minimum: 6 Months Maximum: 1 Year

Eligibility:

  • Must be a graduate from a recognized university.
  • For Nigeria Graduates, an accompanying letter signed by the HOD and a statement of results, if available, must be presented.
  • Must present their degree certificate for Foreign-trained Graduate
  • Must be willing to adhere to Regions Hospital policies.

Accommodation: Candidates are expected to provide their own accommodation.

Stipend: Will be provided a stipend of N30,000 per month for the period or as determined by Regions Management on a case–by–case basis.

Report to the unit head.

APPLICATION FORM - WORK ETHICS / GUIDELINES

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

Honesty

Students, graduates, and industrial training (IT) assume the obligation to maintain standards of academic integrity. Violation of academic obligations includes unethical practices and acts of academic dishonesty, such as plagiarism, falsification, and the facilitation of such acts.

Cheating includes the actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized aid or assistance or the actual giving or receiving of any unfair advantage in any form of academic work. Plagiarism is the use of another’s ideas, words, or both as if they were their own. Students, graduates, and IT professionals are subject to dismissal from regions for unethical practices and acts of academic dishonesty.

A plea of ignorance of the policy will not be accepted. The actions prescribed whenever a violation of academic integrity is noted begin with the instructor’s written report documenting the academic offense. If it is determined that a student has violated the academic integrity policy, the student may be suspended from the program. 

Academic honesty is expected and required for retention in regions during the expected period of your training. Based on concrete evidence, any student found to be dishonest on exams, course work, or clinical work will be dismissed from Regions. Reasons for dismissal will be a part of the student’s record.

 

Code of Conduct                                   

All students, graduates, and IT professionals will be expected to follow a code of conduct consistent with the high standards established and practiced within the medical and health science professions. Certain types of behavior have been identified as causes for immediate and permanent dismissal from regions if practiced by students, graduates, or IT professionals. These include:

  • Dishonesty, such as cheating, plagiarism, or knowingly furnishing false information to patients and their relatives,
  • Forgery, alteration, or misuse of hospital documents, records, or identification.
  • Violation of any law of the land.
  • Being intoxicated or under the influence of illegal drugs while on clinical assignment is a crime.
  • Vandalism or stealing.
  • Sleeping while on duty at a clinical assignment
  • Leaving a clinical assignment or room/area without the instructor’s permission.
  • Falsifying clinical records
  • Failure to notify the designated clinical personnel of absence or lateness.

Code of Ethics

Students must adhere to the following ethical and professional norms when conducting professional activity.

  • Demonstrate honesty, objectivity, and trust in the profession and its professionals by acting in a professional manner.
  • Actively maintain and increase their professional skill, and appropriately portray it.
  • They only undertake operations or functions for which they are individually qualified and which are within the bounds of acceptable and responsible practice.
  • Patients’ legal and personal rights, including the right to informed consent and refusal of treatment, must be respected and protected by those who care for them.
  • Unless disclosure is mandated by law or is essential for the responsible execution of duty, do not divulge any confidential information about any patient or family.
  • Provide treatment without regard to race, religion, or ethnicity.
  • Encourage disease prevention and overall well-being.
  • Refuse to engage in unlawful or unethical behavior, and refuse to cover up for others’ illegal, unethical, or incompetent behavior.
  • When conducting research, adhere to solid scientific techniques and ethical norms.
  • Adhere to all applicable state and federal laws governing and relating to their profession.
  • Avoiding any sort of behavior that presents a conflict of interest, and adhering to ethical business principles.
  • Improve access to, efficacy, and cost of patient care to improve health care delivery.
  • Avoid wasting resources in an indiscriminate and wasteful manner.

APPLICATION FORM - WORK ETHICS / GUIDELINES

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

Honesty: Students, graduates, and industrial training (IT) assume the obligation to maintain standards of academic integrity. Violation of academic obligations includes unethical practices and acts of academic dishonesty, such as plagiarism, falsification, and the facilitation of such acts.

Cheating includes the actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized aid or assistance or the actual giving or receiving of any unfair advantage in any form of academic work. Plagiarism is the use of another’s ideas, words, or both as if they were their own. Students, graduates, and IT professionals are subject to dismissal from regions for unethical practices and acts of academic dishonesty.

A plea of ignorance of the policy will not be accepted. The actions prescribed whenever a violation of academic integrity is noted begin with the instructor’s written report documenting the academic offense. If it is determined that a student has violated the academic integrity policy, the student may be suspended from the program. 

Academic honesty is expected and required for retention in regions during the expected period of your training. Based on concrete evidence, any student found to be dishonest on exams, course work, or clinical work will be dismissed from Regions. Reasons for dismissal will be a part of the student’s record.

 

Code of Conduct                                   

All students, graduates, and IT professionals will be expected to follow a code of conduct consistent with the high standards established and practiced within the medical and health science professions. Certain types of behavior have been identified as causes for immediate and permanent dismissal from regions if practiced by students, graduates, or IT professionals. These include:

  • Dishonesty, such as cheating, plagiarism, or knowingly furnishing false information to patients and their relatives,
  • Forgery, alteration, or misuse of hospital documents, records, or identification.
  • Violation of any law of the land.
  • Being intoxicated or under the influence of illegal drugs while on clinical assignment is a crime.
  • Vandalism or stealing.
  • Sleeping while on duty at a clinical assignment
  • Leaving a clinical assignment or room/area without the instructor’s permission.
  • Falsifying clinical records
  • Failure to notify the designated clinical personnel of absence or lateness.

Code of Ethics

Students must adhere to the following ethical and professional norms when conducting professional activity.

  • Demonstrate honesty, objectivity, and trust in the profession and its professionals by acting in a professional manner.
  • Actively maintain and increase their professional skill, and appropriately portray it.
  • They only undertake operations or functions for which they are individually qualified and which are within the bounds of acceptable and responsible practice.
  • Patients’ legal and personal rights, including the right to informed consent and refusal of treatment, must be respected and protected by those who care for them.
  • Unless disclosure is mandated by law or is essential for the responsible execution of duty, do not divulge any confidential information about any patient or family.
  • Provide treatment without regard to race, religion, or ethnicity.
  • Encourage disease prevention and overall well-being.
  • Refuse to engage in unlawful or unethical behavior, and refuse to cover up for others’ illegal, unethical, or incompetent behavior.
  • When conducting research, adhere to solid scientific techniques and ethical norms.
  • Adhere to all applicable state and federal laws governing and relating to their profession.
  • Avoiding any sort of behavior that presents a conflict of interest, and adhering to ethical business principles.
  • Improve access to, efficacy, and cost of patient care to improve health care delivery.
  • Avoid wasting resources in an indiscriminate and wasteful manner.

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