GNCZ REGISTRAR - DR AARON BANDA

Exchanging MoU at the AMREF University in Nairobi, Kenya.

GNCZ INTRODUCES EN AND ONCOLOGY.

GNCZ HAS INTRODUCED EN AND RN, ONCOLOGY, EMERGENCY, TRAUMA CURRICULA & REGULATORY DOCUMENTS EFFECTIVE 20th MARCH, 2018

GNCZ STAFF

General Nursing Council of Zambia Staff at your Service.

GNCZ INTRODUCED CURRICULA

General Nursing Council of Zambia has introduced new curricula.

CHAWAMA LEVEL 1 STAFF

GNCZ MANAGEMENT WITH AMREF MANAGEMENT AT AMREF IN NAIROBI, KENYA

THE GNCZ REGISTRAR WITH STAKEHOLDERS

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Welcome to GNCZ

Information is very critical in planning and development of any nation. Against this background, welcome to the General Nursing Council of Zambia’s website. On this site, you will find Information on the policies that the General Nursing Council of Zambia is implementing, projects and programmes that are supported by government and cooperating partners. I hope you will find our website informative and interesting!

The General Nursing Council of Zambia (GNC) is a Statutory Body, established in 1970 under the Nurses and Midwives Act No.55 of 1970 which was repealed and replaced by the Nurses and Midwives Act No. 31 of 1997. This Act redefined the functions of the Council and expanded the scope of practice for Nurses and Midwives. The Act also provides for the establishment of private practice.

IMPORTANT NOTICE -LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS
Applications to write NOVEMBER 2018 Licensure/General Examinations are now OPEN.
Examinations start on 11th November, 2018.

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EDUCATION

The Council accredits education providers and programs of study for the nursing and midwifery professions. We continually strive to ensure that nurses get quality education by ensuring that institutions training nurses and midwives at all levels meet the set standards for accreditation. We have developed Standards of Nursing Education in Zambia to provide a frame…

EXAMINATION

The Council is responsible for ensuring that all nurses and midwives within its jurisdiction meet an acceptable level of competence before they begin to practice. This level of competence is measured partly by our licensing examination. The licensing examination is administered through regional examination centers…

Registration and Licensing

Each nurse practicing in Zambia is required to be registered and licensed with the General Nursing Council of Zambia in accordance with the Nurses and Midwives Act No. 31 of 1997 of the Laws of Zambia. Requirements for Registration – Nurses Trained in Zambia. Upon passing the Council’s national licensing examination, successful candidates are required to submit an application for…

Compliance and Professionalism

Inspection Protecting the health, safety and well-being of the Zambian population is a priority for the General Nursing Council of Zambia. To this end, the General Nursing Council of Zambia prescribes: The code of conduct in training and practice among nurses and midwives Disciplinary measures and procedures for nursing and midwifery training and practice Standards of private…