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Doctors Seek Police Protection, Back Health Bill

On 05/May/2014

AFRAID that doctors have now become the most sought-after by kidnappers, the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has called for special police protection for all doctors in the country.  TRe NMA, which ended its[...]

Mandatory Refresher Course for Registered Environmental Health Technicians and Environmental Health Assistants in Nigeria

On 05/May/2014

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA  MANDATORY REFRESHER COURSE (MRC) FOR REGISTERED ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS (EHTs) AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANTS (EHAs) IN NIGERIA To f[...]

Thematic Mandatory Continuing Education Program on On-site Waste Management Techniques

On 05/May/2014

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA  THEMATIC MANDATORY CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME ON "ON-SITE WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES" The Council in continuation of its thematic M[...]

West African College of Surgeons 2 Week Integrated Revision Course in Surgery

On 05/May/2014

WEST AFRICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS (COLLEGE OUEST AFRICAINE DES CHIRURFIENS) In Collaboration WithUniversity of Nenin Teaching Hospital UBTH, NigeriaTwo-Week Integrated Revision Course in Surgery Date: 31st Augst-13t[...]

University College Hospital Admission into the School of Health Information Management for the 2014/2015 Academic Year

On 05/May/2014

University College Hospital - Applications are invited for admission into the School of Health Information Management for a Two-Year Programme leading to the award of Ordinary National Diploma and Two-Year Programme le[...]

Lancet: What could you do to support medical care in developing countries? The International Society of Nephrology

On 03/May/2014

Dear HIFA colleagues, A comment in The Lancet (12 April 2014) asks 'What could you do to support medical care in developing countries? This question should be compelling to many physicians in developed regions of[...]

Fumes May Gradually Damage Pupils' Brain Cells - Neurologist

On 03/May/2014

Aneurologist at hte Laogs State University Teaching Hospital, Dr. Olumide Idowu, gave an insight into the dangers faced by pupils of a school like Irepodun Primary School, Agege, who are consistently exposed to vehicle[...]

Turkish Pharmaceutical & Medical Sector Trade Mission to Nigeria

On 03/May/2014

Meet with Turkish producers of pharmaceutical and medical devices A special delefation from Turkey will be in the Four Points by Sceraton @Lagos (VI) on May 12, 2014 and the Sheraton @ Abuja on May 14, 2014 to meet wit[...]

National Orthopaedic Hospital Sacks Two Nurses For Wearing Hijab To Work

On 02/May/2014

Two female nurses of National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi Lagos (NOHIL) have been sacked for wearing hijab while on duty. Members of Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit, protest victimisation o[...]

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