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Minister Advocates Reclassification Of Nurses

On 21/May/2014 / In Medical News

The Minister of Health, Prof Onyebuchi Chukwu, has called on the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, NMCN, to embark on redefinition of the nation’s nursing profession by setting standards for qualification[...]

Strong Nursing Workforce Key To Achievement of Universal Health Coverage

On 20/May/2014 / In Medical News

Strong nursing workforce key to achievement of Universal Health Coverage  International Council of Nurses holds meetings to highlight critical role of nurses in UHC and importance of effective regulation [...]

ROAD MAP TOWARDS UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE AND OTHER PRESSING ISSUES IN THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SECTOR

On 20/May/2014 / In Medical News

ROAD MAP TOWARDS UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE AND OTHER PRESSING ISSUES IN THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SECTOR   ROAD MAP TOWARDS UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE AND OTHER PRESSING ISSUES IN THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SECTOR Being t[...]

LABOUR SERVES JUNE 5 ULTIMATUM ON FG OVER HEALTH WORKERS STRIKE

On 20/May/2014 / In Medical News

• Writes President Jonathan ORGANISED labour yesterday served a June 5 ultimatum on the Federal Government to fully implement agreements reached at a reconciliatory meeting with aggrieved stakeholders in the hea[...]

OMICS Group 2nd INTERNATIONAL GONFERENCE ON HAEMATOLOGY & BLOOD DISORDERS

On 19/May/2014 / In Medical News

OMICS Group 2nd INTERNATIONAL GONFERENCE ON HAEMATOLOGY & BLOOD DISORDERS September 29-October 01, 2014 baltimore, USA Pre-Conference Workshop Holding in Collaboration with Usmanu Danfodiyo University (UDUS) and Us[...]

JOHESU Ultimatum Extended by Another Two Weeks - Dr Okara

On 18/May/2014 / In Medical News

The ultimatum issued by JOHESU two weeks ago which would have led to an industrial action on Monday 19th May 2014 has been extended by two weeks. This was made known to a medicalworld nigeria correspondent in a phone c[...]

Breast, Cervical Cancers Need Not Kill You

On 17/May/2014 / In Medical News

Breast and cervical cancers afflict women for one reason: because they are women! While experts agree that men sometimes develop breast cancer, they also say the ratio is 1:100. In other words, says Professor of Oncolo[...]

Lung Cancer Not On Many Women’s Radar — Survey

On 17/May/2014 / In Medical News

United States women still see breast cancer as a bigger killer than lung cancer, despite the fact that lung cancer kills more Americans each year — women and men — than any other cancer. That’s one[...]

SA Nurses Support Chibok Kidnap Victims

On 17/May/2014 / In Medical News

I was raped by Boko Haram, says Borno girl Locally Armed Civilians Fence Off Boko Haram Abduction Attempt In Konduga, Borno Defense Chief Badeh admits: Army not confront Boko Haram WATCH: Video claims to show abd[...]

Lassa Fever Kills 25 People In Ebonyi

On 16/May/2014 / In Medical News

• 17 health workers feared affected THE Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Ebonyi State chapter Thursday revealed that no fewer than 25 people have been killed by the deadly Lassa fever in the state. The assoc[...]

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