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Registered Nurse Nursing

Lilongwe, Central Region, Malawi
August 30, 2020

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Florence Kubali

Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, P.O. Box 95, Blantyre

[265] 088*******/ 099*******

Email: or

Name : Florence Kubali

Date of birth: 28th March, 1988

Marital Status: Married

Nationality: Malawian

Professional Summary

Reliable, caring registered nurse with experience in the field of health. I am a team player, friendly and compassionate with excellent interpersonal communication skills. Discreet and confidential in all dealings with patients and staff. Iam a young woman with hardworking spirit, innovative, ready to receive criticism for quality improvement and ability to dapt in order to overcome challenges and attain institution goals at sustainable prospect.

Academic Qualifications

Our Lady of Wisdom Secondary School- Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSce),2012

·Ekwendeni College of Health Sciences- Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery, 2007- 2010

·Mzuzu University- Bachelor in Nursing and Midwifery, 2014-2019

Career History

Nursing Officer, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, From June, 2019 to date

Key responsibilities

·Providing direct nursing care of medical, surgical, paediatric and gynaecological patients in dialysis unit Facilitating adherence to standard precautions of infection prevention and control practices

·Building therapeutic relationship with patients, guardians and fellow health workers

·Documenting and maintaining accurate records of all nursing care activities performed

·Maintaining professional code of ethics at all times

·Critically analysing whether all health workers comply with quality standards of care

·Planning and conducting regular meetings with different cadres of staff in the ward

·Conducting performance appraisal for subordinates and making recommendations accordingly

·Providing supportive supervision to all nursing activities in the ward

·Adhering to continuous professional development

·Refine thinking, problem solving, organization and acute care skills to work with effectively with critically ill patients

·Administering treatment to patients, working together with doctors during ward rounds and during surgical procedures.

·Lobbying and liasing with other disciplines in the hospital to ensure that patients receive appropriate treatment when need arises.

·Supervision of nursing students on proper use of the equipments like diaysis machine, interpretation of laboratory results and performing quick assessment to critically ill patients

·Develop ward policies in consultation with other multidisciplinary team

·Conducting nursing rounds and organizing in service training

·Maintains professional conduct and providing emotional support to the concerned families.

Nurse Midwife Technician, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, April, 2011 to August, 2014

Key responsibilities

·Administering treatment to patients, working together with doctors during ward rounds and during procedures.

·Conducting nursing ward round in the ward

·Providing bed side nursing

·Managing emergency clinical conditions both trauma and medical cases

·Teaching nursing students (practical allocation sessions)

·Supervision of nursing students

·Maintains professional conduct

·Adhering to continuous professional development

·Participating and conducting health system research

·Planning and implementing comprehensive quality nursing care using the nursing/midwifery process and critical thinking

·Performing activities of daily living for the patients 24hours per day

·Collaborating with other workers in meeting specific needs of the patients

Nurse Midwife Technician, Care private Clinic, From June, 2010 to May, 2011

Key responsibilities

·Providing Direct Adolescent and Youth Friendly Contraceptives services

·Providing Direct Friendly Pre and post Abortal Care to Adolescents Females

·Provisional of Direct Cultural and Religious Sensitive Neonatal and Child Health Care

·Managing emergency clinical conditions both trauma and medical cases

·Maintains professional conduct

·Providing emotional support to the concerned families


2011, May : Malaria Training

·2012, September: Acute trauma and Emergency Management Training

·2012, November: Advance management of Hypertension training

·2013, September: ART Training

·2014, October : Malaria Training

·2017, August : Entrepreneurship Training

·2019, July : Introduction to Clinical Research

·2019, August :Introduction to data management for clinical research studies

Computer Knowledge in all Microsoft Packages

·Microsoft word, Microsoft power point, Microsoft excel

Key skills

· Excellent communication skills-both verbal and written

· Strong interpersonal skills [Nurse-patient interaction]

· Good team player

·Good moral standards and Sound mind with creativity

· Excellent planning and implementation skills

· Excellent leadership, teaching, training and presentation skills.

·Able to work in All Multicultural Environment

·Result Oriented, Honest and Hardworking Spirit

·Able to work in old hours

·Time management


Dr Thokozani Bvumbwe, Dean of Faculty, Mzuzu University, Faculty of Health Sciences,

Private bag 201, Luwinga, Mzuzu 2, Cell: [+265] 099******* or [+265] 088*******

Ms Y. Mawindo, Senior Nursing Officer, Queen Eizabeth Central Hospital, P.O.Box 95, Blantyre

Malawi, Mobile: + [265] 088*-******, Email:

Mrs E. Phiri, Nursing and Midwifery Department, Mzuzu University, Faculty of Health Sciences,

Private bag 201, Luwinga, Mzuzu 2, Mobile: [+265] 099*******, or [+265] 088*******,


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