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  • Why Mothers, Babies Were Evacuated To Corridor At LUTH, By CMD
    The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, Prof. Chris Bode, has provided reasons why some mothers and babies were evacuated to a corridor at the hospital.   The unfortunate situation was made[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Nov/2020
  • Nurse Nwokanma Mildred M. Receives Nursingworld Best Graduating Nursing Student Award
    Miss Atube Nwamaka Dumkelechi (RN.) Of the Department of Nursing Sciences from Madonna University Elele Campus on Friday the 20th of November 2020 was awarded the "Nursing World Nigeria Best Graduating Student Nurse Award" in addition to[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • OPINION: Withdrawal of NANNM membership threat as a result of 3% COD - Adelami O.E. Chairm...
    1. The issue of NANNM check-off dues is a constitutional matter, and no unit/branch has the prerogative power to either increase or decrease the check-off dues.    2. NANNM is the only registered trade Union cum professional associati[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • Yellow Fever Killed 76 in Bauchi, Delta, Enugu in First Two Weeks of November
    The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has revealed that from November 1 to 11 of this year, 76 people died from Yellow Fever in Bauchi, Delta, and Enugu States.   In the three states, 222 suspected cases, and 19 confirmed cases wer[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • 45,000 Nigerians Died Of HIVAIDS In 2019, Says WHO
    The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that an estimated 45,000 persons living with HIV in Nigeria lost their lives last year.   Speaking at an event to mark the 2020 World AIDS Day in Abuja organised by the National Action Against A[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • Lagos Trains Health Care Workers To Improve Service
    The Lagos State Health Service Commission says in has commenced a capacity development programme for 2,200 workers across all cadres in the 27 secondary health care facilities of the state towards effective service delivery.   The Permanen[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • Experts Seek Intensified Surveillance To Avert Second Wave Of Coronavirus
    As part of measures to avert a second wave of COVID-19, medical experts have urged the government to improve surveillance and sustain internal vigilance. They noted that the government has done a good job in the fight against the pandemic, hence th[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
  • Firm Advocates Improved Manpower For Effective Reproductive Health Care Delivery In Nasara...
    To ensure effective health delivery in Nasarawa State, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NG0), The Challenge Initiative in Nigeria (TCI), has called on the government to improve human resources in Primary Health Care (PHC) centres.   The st[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Nov/2020
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