School of Post Basic Accident And Emergency/Paediatric Nursing Refresher Course Programme Begins Admissions.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the refresher course for the above named Nursing Programmes for 2017: ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE Must have a specialty nursing training in Accident and Emergency/Paediatrics in Accredited Post Basic Nursing Schools. Have at least five years post qualification experience and yet to be registered with […]


Admission into School of Post Basic ENT Nursing Programme, National Ear Care Centre, Kaduna 2017/2018 Session

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidabes for admission into the Past-Basic ENT Nursing Course. The course is being run by the School of Post-Basic ENT Nursing Programme, National Ear Care Centre, Kaduna. COURSE DURATION: 12 CALENDAR MONTHS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:  Candidates seeking for admission into the programme must:-  a. Be a registered Nurse with at least […]


Sacred Heart School of Nursing Lantoro Abeokuta 2017/2018 Admission Form on Sale

  Application Form for Admission into Basic General Nursing Programme of School of Nursing, Sacred Heart Hospital, Lantoro, Abeokuta is now available for the 2017/2018 admission session. Prospective candidates must possess the Senior Secondary School Certificate (eg. WAEC or NECO)with at least FIVE credits including English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics at not more […]


Using Twitter May Improve Food Poisoning Reporting.

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. citizens gets food poisoning every year, but very few report it. Twitter communications between the public and the proper government authorities could improve foodborne illness reporting as well as the steps that follow, according to a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. RECOMMENDED: Plaintain […]

Start Up Clinic

Who sweats more: Men or women?

Sex differences in heat loss responses are dependent on body size and not sex, meaning that larger individuals sweat more than smaller ones during cycle exercise in warm and tolerable conditions. That’s what research published today in Experimental Physiology shows. RECOMMENDED: TIPS TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE SWEATING (MUST READ) NIGHT SWEATING – YAY OR NAY? The […]


Lassa Fever Resurfaces In Calabar… Pregnant Woman Dies, Doctors and Nurses Isolated!!!

Lassa fever yesterday claimed the life of a pregnant woman, and her unborn baby at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH). The Guardian learnt that the 22-year old woman from Benue State was first admitted at Eburutu Barracks Clinic and Navy Hospital, Calabar, before being transferred to UCTH. RECOMMENDED: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW […]


Commissioning Ceremony Of The West African College Of Surgeons Permanent Secretariat By The Honourable Minister of Health

PROTOCOL: I am delighted to be invited to commission the College Permanent Secretariat today. BACKGROUND INFOMATION ON WACS The West African College of Surgeons started off in Ibadan in December 1960 as Association of Surgeons of West Africa (ASWA). It is the professional body in the sub-region and comprised of Specialists in Surgical specialties. Its […]

Social Media

Doctors, Never Joke With Your Online Presence… It Is Worth More Than You Think

A Doctor’s Online Presence: An online presence is a person’s personal or professional brand online. It is what your online audience sees and knows about you. It is a representation of what you stand for and believe. For most Medical Doctors, this largely remains unchartered waters with an overwhelming uncertain as to what it holds […]


INTERNSHIP UPDATE: Enugu State University Teaching Hospital Applications Commenced Today, Scraps N10,000 Fee.

This announcement is for all intending interns (Medical Doctors and Med. Lab Scientist) who desire to have their experience in the Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Parklane Enugu State of the latest updates about the cancellation of the N10,000 application fee. Already, you must have been aware of the requirements for applying to the teaching […]


Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital Release List Of Successful Candidates For Housemanship Interview!!!

Hello guys, DoctorsQuarters is so pleased to bring you this cheery news as shared by Dr Prince Emmanuel Tochukwu via whatsapp. The Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital have released a comprehensive list of  about 237 candidates to partake it’s forthcoming House Officers Interview. RECOMMENDED: NEW APPROVED LIST OF GENERAL/SPECIALIST/MILITARY HOSPITAL RECOGNISED FOR INTERNSHIP TRAINING Check below for […]

The Professional

The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2017 Nomination Opens

COMMENCEMENT OF NOMINATION FOR THE 4TH EDITION OF NIGERIAN HEALTHCARE EXCELLENCE AWARD 2017 This is to inform you that nominations for various award categories have commenced for the 2017 Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards (NHEA). NHEA, the Oscar of Nigerian healthcare is an annual event where we recognize and celebrate outstanding personalities and organizations for their […]


Young CEO’s Business Summit Holds In 7 Days… Register Now To Attend The Summit. (GET DETAILS)

I got an interesting email last week from a long-standing friend and senior colleague, Dr Ikpe Ronald, the CEO of MRI Medic Consulting Ltd. Get to know more about what they do HERE. He is part of the team that is organizing the Young CEO’s Business Summit. The email contained the details of a summit […]


Which is the most horrifying thing/disease you have seen in your medical career? (N.B – Disturbing Graphics)

Hello? This is a question for everybody, especially for medical/health experts. This question was asked in my Quora community and answers are already pouring in… However, one answer strikes uniquely. It was sent in by user Venkataram who works at Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry. You will find his answer quite horrifying yet […]


Pharmaceutical Society Of Nigeria Warns of Exorbitant Increase In Cost Of Antimalarials and Antibiotics.

This indeed is no cheery news as the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), have recently warned of increase in cost of essential medicines by over 150% in over two years. The professional body is putting the blame squarely at the foot of the Federal Government over poor policies or wrong implementation of good policies. The implementation […]