FAQ

Frequently Asked Question(s).

Frequently Asked Question(s)

Registration Unit

Annual Practising Certificate (APC)

1. Annual Nurse Practice Certificate which is COMPULSORY to be applied by an employer who employs any nurse in Malaysia to enable the nurse to carry out nursing practice in Malaysia.

2. How to apply for APC?
The application form must be downloaded from the Nursing Division’s website which is https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing – download panel- APC. The form needs to be completed by the applicant and the employer

3. What are the categories of applications and required documents?
3.1 First time application
3.1.1 Application form by nurse category
3.1.2 Official letter of application from the employer
3.1.3 Copy of Nurse Registration Certificate ( Fifth Schedule)
3.1.4 Letter of appointment from SPA for government nurses
3.1.5 Job offer letter for private nurses
3.1.6 CPD points are not required

3.2 Application for renewal of APC
3.2.1 Application form by nurse category
3.2.2 Official letter of application from the employer
3.2.3 Copy of Annual Nurse Practice Certificate for the year before
3.2.4 The latest CPD-LB form has been verified by a supervisor
3.2.5 LATE FINES are imposed for renewal applications received by LJM after 30 September of the current year.

3.3 APC application for nurses who own RON for the current year or the year before.
3.3.1 Application form by nurse category
3.3.2 Official letter of application from the employer
3.3.3 Job offer letter
3.3.4 No CPD Points are applicable
3.3.5 No late fines imposed

3.4 Applications for those who have had APC or RON but are inactive ( Not applying for APC or RON for more than one year )
3.4.1 Application form by nurse category
3.4.2 Official letter of application from the employer
3.4.3 Job offer letter
3.4.4 No CPD Points are applicable
3.4.5 No late fines imposed

4. When is the right time to submit an application?
4.1 For first-time and other categories of applications
Applications should be submitted 30 days after reporting for the position.

4.2 For renewal application
Applications that have sufficient CPD credit points can start submitting applications in March each year and cannot be later than 30th September of that year. Applications received by the MNB after 30th September of the current year will be charged a LATE FINE.

Any person in the general and additional parts of the Register who wishes to carry out
the practice after 31st December in a year shall, not later than 30th September of that
year, make an application in the form specified in the Third Schedule and shall pay the
prescribed fee for obtaining a certificate to carry out such practice. (Nurse Registration
Regulations 1985, Subregulation 8(1)

5. How much is the fee?
RM 10 – for Nurses,
RM 5 – for Community Nurse / Assistant Nurse
Paid in the form of a bank draft or money order to the Secretary of the Board of
Nurses Malaysia. Please include the original Bank Draft or Money Order.

6. How much is the late fee?
A late fee of RM 10 will be charged to renewal applications received after 30 September of the current year

7. How can the document delivery process be made?
Delivery of documents to the LJM counter or delivery of documents by post

8. How long is the APC application processed?
Completed applications will be processed within six to eight weeks but the process period will be longer for applications received after 30th September.

9. What causes the application process to be late/rejected?
9.1 No official letter of application from employer
9.2 Incorrect and incomplete application form
9.3 Supporting documents are not attached
9.4 Incomplete CPD-LB form, not enough CPD points and not certified by supervisor.
9.5 No fees, insufficient or overpayment, no late penalty payment (if applicable)
9.6 Bank draft or money order that has expired.
9.7 Original bank draft or money order is not included.

10. Can the applicant obtain a new Annual Practice Certificate if the certificate is lost?
No duplicate copies will be issued by the Malaysian Nursing Board

11. What do I need to do to get the APC serial no if my APC certificate is lost?
Applicants need to call 03-88833553 or email nursing@moh.gov.my to obtain the
serial number.

12. Are employers allowed to keep the original APC without providing a copy to the employee?
The applicant must refer to the letter of agreement/contract agreement between the applicant and the employer. The MNB is not involved in this matter.

13. What documents should be brought if the applicant wants to collect the documents that have been completed for processing over the counter?
Individuals authorized by the employer to claim documents must submit an official letter (letter of appointment/undertaking) from the employer together with a copy of the identity card/passport. The Malaysian Nursing Board will not allow the collection of part of the entire document and is not responsible for any loss of documents submitted.

14. What are the responsibilities of the applicant and the employer on the APC certificate?
14.1 The employer must keep a complete copy of the application submitted as a reference if necessary.
14.2 This APC certificate must be copied and stored in a safe place to avoid loss or damage

15. Can foreign nationals apply for an Annual Practice Certificate?
Foreign nationals can apply for a Temporary Practice Certificate (TPC) to work in Malaysia. Applicants must obtain prior approval to work in Malaysia from the Immigration Department of Malaysia before submitting an application to the Malaysian Nursing Board.

16. If I have any questions, where can I ask questions?
Applicants can contact the MNB at 03-8883 3553 or email an enquiry to nursing@moh.gov.my
Applicants need to provide information such as full name, identity card number and registration number to facilitate review

17. Where do I need to submit the application form?
Send the complete documents and payment (please attach the original bank draft or Money Order ) to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E7, Parcel E, Presint 1,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

Retention of Name (RON)

1. What is meant by Retention of Name?
Retention of Name is an application to retain the name in the Malaysia Nursing Board

2. What is the purpose of Retention of name?
To prevent names from being removed from the Register.
‘If the name retention fee is not received by 30th September of that year the person’s name shall be removed from the register’
(Nurses Registration Regulations 1985, subregulation 12(3).

3. Who can apply for Retention of name?
3.1 Has been registered in MNB but has not yet working as a nurse.
3.2 Working abroad
3.3 Continuing studies within 12 months abroad
3.4 Taking half paid leave/unpaid leave for more than 12 months
3.5 Sick leave/cancer leave for a period exceeding 12 months
3.6 Not working as a nurse.

4. How to apply Retention of name?
The application form and checklist can be download on Nursing Division website https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing

4.1 First time application
4.1.1 The correct application form
4.1.2 A copy of Certificate of Registration LJM
4.1.3 A copy of acceptance resignation letter from latest employer
4.1.4 A copy of medical report /sick leave summary
4.1.5 A copy of pensioner letter or card
4.1.6 A copy of offer letter to continue studying abroad

4.2 Renewal application
4.2.1 The correct application form
4.2.2 A copy of Certificate of Registration LJM

5. When is the right time to submit an application?
Application can be submitted in January and no later than September 30 of the current year.

‘Any person admitted to the general part of the Register and does not carry out nursing practice in Malaysia but intends to retain his name in the Register shall pay to the Registar a name retention fee of twenty-five ringgit not later than 30th September in each year.
(Nurses Registration Regulations 1985,subregulation 12(1).

6. How long the period of retention of name (minimum and maximum ) can be applied?
Applications can be applied for at least one year and a maximum of 3 years from the current year.

7. How long will the Retention of name be processed?
Application will be processed 6-8 weeks from the date of receipt.

8. How much is the fee charged for Retention of name?
The fee charged is RM 25 per year. Payment must be made in the form of a Bank Draft or Money Order in the name of the Secretary of the Malaysian Nursing Board. The ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order slip must be included with the application form.

9. What is the method of sending the application?
Application form and Original Bank Draft or Money Order slip can be sent by hand at the LJM counter or by post.

10. What causes the application process to be late or rejected?
10.1 Incorrect and incomplete application form
10.2 Supporting documents are not included
10.3 Bank Draft or Money Order that is not correct for payment or has expired
10.4 ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order is not included.

11. If I have a question, where can I ask?
Any questions can call 03-88833561 or email nursing@moh.gov.my

12. Where should I send the application form?
Send the complete application documents along with the ORIGINAL Bank Draft payment slip or remittance to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E 7, Parcel E, presint 1
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

Verification of Registration (VOR)

1. What is meant by Verification Of Registration?
Verification Of Registration is a confirmation statement of Nursing Registration with Malaysia Nursing Board (MNB) or Malaysian Midwifery Board (MMB)

2. What is the purpose of Verification Of Registration?
To verify the registration of the nurses in MNB or MMB

3. Who can apply for Verification Of Registration?
Nurses who apply to work abroad

4. How to apply Verification Of Registration?
The application form and checklist can be download on Nursing Division website https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing

5. What documents are required?
5.1 The correct application form
5.2 Copy of Certificate of Registration LJM or LBM
5.3 Copy of Certified True Copy (CTC) translated Certificate of Registration LJM or LBM from Malay to English
5.4 Special Forms from the Foreign Nursing Board / Council.

6. How long will the Verification Of Registration be processed?
Application will be processed 6-8 weeks from the date of receipt.

7. How much is the fee charged for each Verification Of Registration?
The fee charged is RM 30 for each confirmation. Payment must be made in the form of a Bank Draft or Money Order in the name of the Secretary of the Malaysian Nursing Board. The ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order slip must be included with the application form.

8. What is the method of sending the Verification of Registration application?
Application form and Original Bank Draft or Money Order slip can be sent by hand at the LJM counter or by post.

9. 9. What causes the application process to be late or rejected?
9.1 Incorrect and incomplete application form
9.2 Supporting documents are not included
9.3 Bank Draft or Money Order that is not correct for payment or has expired
9.4 ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order is not included.

10. If I have a question, where can I ask?
Any questions can call 03-88833561 or email nursing@moh.gov.my

11. Where should I send the application form?
Send the complete application documents along with the ORIGINAL Bank Draft payment slip or remittance to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E 7, Parcel E, presint 1
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

Verification of Training Transcript (VOT)

1. What is meant by Verification Of Training Transcripts?
Verification Of Training Transcripts is confirmation statement of Nursing Transcripts for PhD, Master, Bachelor, Diploma, Certificate and Post Basic.

2. What is the purpose of Verification Of Training Transcripts?
To verify the transcript of the training is accurate and a requirement for the application to work abroad.

3. Who can apply for Verification Of Training Transcripts?
Nurses who apply to work abroad

4. How to apply Verification Of Training Transcripts?
The application form and checklist can be download on Nursing Division website https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing

5. What documents are required?
5.1 The correct application form
5.2 A copy of Certificate of Registration LJM or LBM
5.3 A copy of Certified True Copy (CTC) training transcripts

6. How long will the training transcript verification be processed?
Application will be processed 6-8 weeks from the date of receipt.

7. How much is the fee charged for each training transcript verification?
The fee charged is RM 30 for each confirmation. Payment must be made in the form of a Bank Draft or Money Order in the name of the Secretary of the Malaysian Nursing Board.

The ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order slip must be included with the application form.

8. What is the method of sending the training transcript verification application?
Application form and Original Bank Draft or Money Order slip can be sent by hand at the LJM counter or by post.

9. What causes the application process to be late or rejected?
9.1 Incorrect and incomplete application form
9.2 Supporting documents are not included
9.3 Bank Draft or Money Order that is not correct for payment or has expired
9.4 ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order is not included.

10. If I have a question, where can I ask?
Any questions can call 03-88833561 or email nursing@moh.gov.my

11. Where should I send the application form?
Send the complete application documents along with the ORIGINAL Bank Draft payment slip or remittance to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E 7, Parcel E, presint 1
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

Letter of Good Standing (LOGS)

1. What is meant by Letter Of Good Standing?
Confirmation statement of the nurse’s code of conduct.

2. What is the purpose of Letter Of Good Standing?
To confirm the nurse’s code of conduct from the aspect of conduct or disciplinary action.

3. Who can apply for Letter Of Good Standing?
Nurses who apply to work abroad

4. How to apply Letter Of Good Standing?
The application form and checklist can be download on Nursing Division website https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing

5. What documents are required?
5.1 The correct application form
5.2 A copy of Certificate of Registration LJM
5.3 A copy of latest letter of support from the employer

6. How long will the application be processed?
Application will be processed 6-8 weeks from the date of receipt.

7. How much is the fee charged for Letter Of Good Standing?
No Fees charged

8. What is the method of sending the training transcript verification application?
Application form can be sent by hand at the LJM counter or by post.

9. What causes the application process to be late or rejected?
9.1 Incorrect and incomplete application form
9.2 Supporting documents are not included

10. If I have a question, where can I ask?
Any questions can call 03-88833561 or email nursing@moh.gov.my

11. Where should I send the application form?
Send the complete application documents along with the ORIGINAL Bank Draft payment slip or remittance to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E 7, Parcel E, presint 1
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

Registration Certificate Statement & Duplicate Badge

1.  Can I get the original Nursing Registration Certificate or badge if the original is lost or
damaged?
The Nurse Registration Certificate will only be issued once. A Nurse Registration Certificate Statement will be issued for lost or damaged ones.

2. How to apply for a Nurse Registration Certificate that is lost, damaged or there is an
exchange of information?
The application form and checklist can be downloaded from the Nursing Division’s website which is https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing – download panel – registration.

3. What documents are required?
3.1 The correct application form
3.2 A copy of Certificate of Registration LJM -if any
3.3 A copy of Identity card
3.4 A copy of police report
3.5 Copy of religious conversion certificate-if relevant

4. How long will it take for the Nurse Registration Certificate Statement and badge
application to be processed?
The Nurse Registration Certificate Statement application will be processed 6-8 weeks from the date of the financial receipt while the duplicate badge application will take more than 3 months as it needs to be ordered in large quantities.

5. How much is the charge for the Nurse Registration Certificate Statement and badge?
Payment of RM 15 for the Nurse Registration Certificate Statement and RM 5 for the badge.

6. What is the method of sending the training transcript verification application?
Application form can be sent by hand at the LJM counter or by post.

7. What causes the application process to be late or rejected?

7.1 Incorrect and incomplete application form
7.2 Supporting documents are not included
7.3 Bank Draft or Money Order that is not correct for payment or has expired
7.4 ORIGINAL Bank Draft or Money Order is not included.

8. How to get Nurse Registration Certificate and badge after training?

The Nurse Registration Certificate and badge should be taken from the respective university or Institution of Study.

9. What is the action if the Nurse Registration Certificate and badge received has incorrect
information or is damaged?
Replacement Nurse Registration Certificates and badges free of charge will be given within 3 months of receipt, after which replacement will be charged as determined by the Board.

10. If I have a question, where can I ask?
Any questions can call 03-88833562 or email nursing@moh.gov.my

11. Where should I send the application form?
Send the complete application documents along with the ORIGINAL Bank Draft
payment slip or remittance to the address below:

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia
Aras 3, Blok E 7, Parcel E, presint 1
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Putrajaya
Malaysia.

TPC Unit

Which are the countries that are allow to work in Malaysia?

All countries are welcome to work in Malaysia except the state of Israel.

Are all categories of nurses allow to work in Malaysia?

Only trained registered nurses with specializations (post-basic) and registered with the Board / Council of the country of origin but not permitted to practice obstetrics in Malaysia.

What are the criteria for foreign nurses?

Please log on to our web site http://nursing.moh.gov (go to download and click at “Foreign Trained Nurses Employment Criteria”) for further information.

How much is the processing fee for Temporary Practicing Certificate (TPC)?

RM50.00, payment in the form of Postal or bank draft addressed to the Secretary of Malaysian Nursing Board

How long is the validity for TPC?

TPC is valid for one year only and the employers need to renew the TPC two months before the expiry date. The cost is RM70.00; payment in the form of Postal or bank draft addressed to the Secretary of Malaysian Nursing Board

Curriculum Unit

How to know the accreditation status of a nursing institution?

through web: www.mqa.gov.my/MQR/

How to prepare document for accreditation?

through web: www.mqa.gov.my/MQR/

Why need to update the human resources and student data every 6 months?

Updates data every 6 months need because of frequent changes human resources and students

Why the accreditation process differs from one college to another?

Period of accreditation base on assessment instruments and JTC

How to appeal for a rejected programme?

The instituion shall appeal through the MQA and  LJM Appeal Committee

Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

Why do I need CPD points?

CPD points are needed to ensure that nurses continuously improve and Update their knowledge and competence in practice. It is a requirement for renewal of Annual Practicing Certificate as stipulated in the Nurses’ Act 1985.

How do I apply for CPD points for nurses for the courses that I wish to conduct?

Apply through CPD Unit Nursing Division, Ministry of Health, Malaysia, with

  • Fill up the form BKJ – BOR – PP – 14
  • Attachments complete program
  • Attachments CV speakers

Application guidelines can be downloaded from the Portal Nursing, Ministry of Health, Malaysia.

To whom do I address CPD points application?

The request should be addressed to:

Pengarah Kejururawatan,
Bahagian Kejururawatan,
Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia,
Aras 3, Blok E1, Parcel E, Presint 1,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,
62590 Putrajaya.

How long does it take to process CPD application?

Approval of application will be informed within seven (7) working days on receiving of all required documents.

Examination Unit

Do you know where to access for the yearly examination schedule of LJM/LBM?

The website is  –  https://hq.moh.gov.my/nursing

What are the documents that you should send through the college to LJM, Nursing Division, to apply to sit for the nursing examination.

The documents are: Student’s application form (BKJ-BOR-PEP-05-01 Pin. 1/2012); Full Student’s Information: BKJ-BOR-PEP-05-02 Pin.1/2012;   and copy of identity card (crossed) and copy of academic certificates that have been certified.

When must the hard copy of the Application Form to sit for examination be sent to LJM/LBM Nursing Division?

Hard copy of Application form to sit for examination must be filled and students’ particulars entered into the SPMJ before sending it to LJM/LBM Nursing Division within 2 months of the examination.

When does the college register students who are sitting for the examination in the Sistem Pengurusan Maklumat Jururawat (SPMJ)?

Registration in the SPMJ for student who are sitting for examination must be done 2 months before the examination in the Sistem Pengurusan Maklumat Jururawat (SPMJ) via SPMJ website www.spmj.moh.gov.my/kolej

How much is the examination fees for LBM / LJM condition of admission of nurses to General Register

Examination fees for Program Diploma and the Advanced Diploma in Midwifery is RM 30 while for the Community Nurse and Assistance Nurse program is on RM 15.00

When must the students’ result at college level, be sent to LJM/LBM, Nursing Division?

Students’ results at college level must be sent to LJM/LBM Nursing Division, at least one (1) month before  the examination date as stated in the examination schedule.

When will the LJM/LBM results be accessible by the private college?

Results of LJM/LBM examinations will be accessible online  once it is endorsed by the Registrar of Nursing Board Malaysia, within 7 working days after complete receiving  of all examination answer papers from all nursing colleges.

How do your update student information record in the SPMJ?

Update student information on the menu bar ‘pinda / semak’ by clicking on pilih  (next to name of student)  and students information will be displayed.  Here, ensure that mandatory information is entered in full and correctly.

What is meant by ‘markah berterusan’ (cumulative marks)?

Markah berterusan is the final examination marks accumulated at college level for IPTA / IPTS are in the form of CGPA, whereas for students from KKM colleges, is Lulus /Gagal.

How do you do ‘SARINGAN’ by stages in SPMJ?

  • Kindly ensure that student information is updated in ‘pinda / semak rekod pelatih’ before screening.
  • Select menu ‘saringan pelatih untuk peperiksaan’ in SPMJ
  • Click box on the left side of student’s name, to select student that is sitting for LJM/LBM examination for that specific session.

At which stage is ‘screening of student for examination’ carried out?

Screening of student’ for examination should be done within 2 months and before examination date and based on the latest instructions that will be displayed in the SPMJ bulletin.

Private & Facility Unit

How much is the fee per year, to use MOH facilities for clinical placement of nursing students?

Please refer to the guidelines (Facility Guidelines 2014 Edition)

What is the procedure to apply for clinical placement at MOH facilities for Public / Private Institutions of Higher Learning (UA/US)?

Please refer to the guidelines (Facility Guidelines 2014 Edition)

How and when do I supposed to make the payment for clinical placement?

Cheque shall be addressed to;

Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia” and sent to

Aras 7, Blok E1, Kompleks E,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62590 Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya

Payment shall be made BEFORE 31 May every year.

I am a Clinical Instructor at a Public/Private Institution of Higher Learning (IPTA/ IPTS). Do I need to apply for “Teaching Permit”?

Yes. In accordance with Private Institution Act 555, all CI and nursing lecturers must possess valid “teaching permit” issued by MOE.

Do I need to have “teaching methodology” as a CI?

No

Quality & Development Unit

What can I complaint to the Division of Nursing?

All complaints related to the nursing services and Code of Conduct.

Are there any fees charged for making a complaint?

None

Can I make a complaint on behalf of someone else?

Not encouraged.

Can I lodge a complaint without disclosing personal information?

Not encouraged.

What are the types of complaints that can be done?

All complaints related to the nursing services and Code of Conduct

How do I make a complaint?

Phone no. :
03 – 8883 1322

In Writing :
Quality Unit, Nursing Division
Level 3, Block E1, E, Precinct 1
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62590 Putrajaya, Malaysia

Walk -in :
Nursing Division
Level 3, Block E1, E, Precinct 1
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62590 Putrajaya , Malaysia

What action will be taken to my complaint?

Complaints will be forwarded to the Corporate Cooperative Unit ( UKK ),  case number will be  issued and registered  in the system. The acknowledgment letter ( SAT ) to the complainant will be issued and an investigation will be conducted . All correspondence relating to the investigation will be copied to the complainant for information

Hospital And Public Health Practise

How to apply nursing course in Ministry Of Health Malaysia?

Kindly apply through the Web site of Commissioner of Civil Service (SPA 8i)

What is the job scope of a nurse?

Please refer Nursing Portal KKM or  Ministry of Health Malaysia Portal.

How to apply post basic course in the government facility?

All application for post basic courses must be through the Hospital/District Matron.

What is the process for internal transfer within the state?

The process for internal transfer within the state must be through the Hospital/ District /Institution Matron.

What is the process for external transfer from state to state?

The process for external transfer from state to state must be through the Hospital/District /Institution Matron and State Matron.

How to get the nursing statistic for research purposes?

Applicant should register with National Medical Research Register (NMRR) and application should be sent to nursing division through NMRR .

What is the process for promotion in nursing?

The process for promotion in nursing for existing grade U32 and above is through offer from the Ministry of Health Malaysia, based on vacancy and allocation of post by the Department of Civil Service. Applicants who meet the criteria will be selected by the Board of Promotion.

Credentialing & Privileging

What is Credentialing?

Credentialing is the process of verifying qualifications, education, training, experience and services to ensure current competence of the staff.

What is Privileging?

Privileging is the process of authorizing a specific scope of practice or procedure for patient care based on hospital requirement.

How to apply Credentialing & Privileging?

  1. Application for Credentialing can be done by manually using form Cred 1 (2018) for new application and form Rcred 1 (2018) for renew certificate sent to the Unit Credentialing & Privileging Nursing Division Ministry of Health (MOH)
    Application form can be downloaded from the download section in Ministry of Health (MOH) Portal.
  2. Application form for privileging is done by the respective Hospital Privileging Committee.

What are the disciplines that can apply for Credentialing?

  1. Peri-Operative Care
  2. Intensive Care
  3. Ophthalmology
  4. Emergency Medicine & Trauma Services
  5. Dialysis (Heamodialysis / CAPD)
  6. Pre Hospital Care
  7. Paediatric
  8. Neonate
  9. Orthopaedic
  10. Endoscopy
  11. Peri-Anaesthesia Care
  12. Palliative Care Nursing

Who can apply for Credentialing?

All nurses working in Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia.

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