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Medicine isn’t about pleasing all of the people all the time

On 25/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  From the moment some patients arrive in your office, nothing seems to suit them:   Your front desk staff has too many forms for them to complete. Your waiting room magazines are too old. The tempe[...]

Medicine isn’t about pleasing all of the people all the time

On 25/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  From the moment some patients arrive in your office, nothing seems to suit them:   Your front desk staff has too many forms for them to complete. Your waiting room magazines are too old. The tempe[...]

'Work for your patients, not your pocket'

On 24/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  New medical doctors graduated by the University of Ilorin and inducted last week have been told to shun the get-rich-quick syndrome by working for their patients and not their pocket.   The solemn occ[...]

THE PROBLEMS IN THE NIGERIA'S HEALTH SECTOR (2) BY DR PAUL JOHN

On 19/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  Why is it that we Nigerians like shortcuts?   Somebody who could not gain admission to study medicine and surgery now wants to not only be like medical doctors but to also lead the doctors. I got adm[...]

THE PROBLEMS IN THE NIGERIA'S HEALTH SECTOR (1) BY DR PAUL JOHN

On 19/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  Why is it that the workers in our health sector cannot work as a team? Why is it that our tertiary hospitals have recorded,if not the highest,at least one of the highest number of industrial actions in the c[...]

Nigeria and the prospects of Medical tourism

On 19/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  It’s no news that Nigerians offer the highest patronage of health faculties in India, Turkey, Germany and other parts of the world. Affluent individuals and government officials fly out at the sligh[...]

Get Me a Big Chain; Nigerian Physicians are Going Mad Again BY FEJIRO OLIVER

On 19/Jun/2014 / In Articles

Medicine is the only profession that labors incessantly to destroy the reason for its own existence: James Bryce. Forgive this lengthy write up, but I just have to bare the minds of Nigerians concerning the health se[...]

Summary Of The Yayale Ahmeds Presidential Committee On Inter-Professional Relationship In The Public Sector: Interactive Session With Stakeholders

On 12/Jun/2014 / In Articles

Meeting started with silent prayer by all the attendees at exactly 11am.  Introduction of all participants and the associations they represent was done. The Chairman, Alh. Yayale Ahmed welcomed everybody and sta[...]

Cell phones negatively affect male fertility, new study suggests

On 10/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  Men who keep a mobile phone in their trouser pocket could be inadvertently damaging their chances of becoming a father, according to a new study led by the University of Exeter.   Previous research ha[...]

Antiviral therapy may prevent liver cancer in hepatitis B patients

On 10/Jun/2014 / In Articles

  Researchers have found that antiviral therapy may be successful in preventing hepatitis B virus from developing into the most common form of liver cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).   That was th[...]

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