The Professional

The Voice Of A Hundred Medical Doctor

The Nigerian Medical Doctor feels isolated and cheated. The instability and confusion have many seeking greener pastures outside the country. Congratulated on gaining admission, I was warned that becoming a medical doctor will not be guaranteed until I was handed my certificate and license to practice. I watched my mates being weeded out in 100L. […]

Book Launch: The Phenomenon Written By Dr Elijah Adegbesan .A.

Opinion: The Realities And The Rhetoric, A Rejoinder To Nigerian Optometrist Association By Dr Abdullahi Sadiq Mohammed

#JOHESUStrike2018: JOHESU, FMC Asaba Management at War Over Use of Trainee Medical Officers

Medical Laboratory Scientist: Resit Exam Schedule for Foreign-Trained Graduates Seeking Registration with MLSCN

NPMCN 2018 Postgraduate Diploma in Anaesthesia Examination

Patient

Novartis Nigeria Employees Donate Blood to Save Lives

SPONSORED POST: Pharmaceutical company Novartis, in collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Service and the Lagos State Blood Transfusion Service, recently organized a blood donation drive where Novartis employees voluntarily donated blood to save the lives of patients. The blood donation exercise which took place in Lagos, Ibadan, Enugu and Abuja. It was organized in celebration […]

Lassa Fever: CDC Nigeria Commences Training Of Health Workers Clinical Diagnosis, Management

Ramadan: Healthy Fasting Tips for long distance traveling during this period.

Research: Taking A Bus Is Safer Than Driving Your Private Car

JOHESU: Patients gets forcefully shut out of FCT Hospitals

Man United Former Manager Sir Ferguson Out of Intensive Care Unit Following A Brain Surgery.

Tech

MedQBase.ng Launches, Promises To Help Medical/Health Students & Professionals Pass Exams Efficiently.

SPONSORED POST: Indeed the tech space in Nigeria is booming on and waxing stronger. Many new software, applications are shaping how we relate, how we learn, how we study. The health sector may have been particularly slow to this inevitable shift, but the shift is happening anyway. With the launch of innovative service platforms dedicated […]

Social Media

Social Media Voce: Nigerian Physiotherapist & Consultant Calls Out JOHESU… Social Media Users Reacts

On this week on Social Media Voce, we focus on the JOHESU Strike. The Health Sector Workers are still on strike on issues that bothers primarily on pay review/increment. Despite having several meetings with the Federal Government, the strike rages on. Like some health workers believe, the strike remains justifiable but not to the detriment […]

Social Media

Social Media Voce: Medical Students Resists UCH Fee Hike… while BamTeddy Hitched A Ride To Senator Dino

Social Media Voce is our new feature that highlights social media trends and issues as appreciated by Medical and Health practitioners. To the major issues… The College of Medicine University of Ibadan was in social media trends… BamBam and Teddy got hosted by Nigeria’s most vocal senator, Senator Dino Melaye. Nollywood actress, Genevive melted Nigeria’s […]

Social Media

Social Media Voce: Tetanus and Anti-Tetanus Injection Still Raises Confusion?… Why and When You Should Take It.

This is the second issue of our new Social Media Voce… some hot Social Media Topics are considered. Of all the popular social media handles, Quora in my opinion, allows for users to ask the funniest and weirdest of all questions.  The surprising thing is that the site’s algorithm channels questions to users with ‘special’ […]

Social Media

Social Media Voce: World Glaucoma Week – ‘The Silent Thief of Sight’ Can Be Defeated

The World Glaucoma Week 2018 is here. And for this year, it is holding from March 11 to March 17, 2018. Like the World Glaucoma Week 2016, the theme of this year’s event still remains “Beat Invisible Glaucoma”, even as it remains so special and is evidently more robust. Well, Nigerian Health Companies keyed into […]

Social Media

Social Media Voce: Breast Cancer Have a Greater Burden than Prostrate cancer

Last week, social media was abuzz with some posts that appeared controversial in itself, but were all totally true. The Economist tweeted a rather interesting finding that seemed to suggest that more men are dying from Prostate and relatively fewer women are dying from breast cancer. FACT! Read about the finding here A perfect example […]

Social Media

Indian’s youngest serving Ambassador, thinks the ‘Best’ goes to Medical and Engineering Colleges.

You may know him or not, but in a country considered to be a developing country like Nigeria, Mr Rahul Shrivastava, Indian’s currently serving Ambassador to Venezuela, has got a lot of experience that stands him out from his peers. At 40 years of age, he was appointed to become Ambassador to Venezuela. I was […]

Social Media

Anonymous Doctor Agrees To Getting Turned-On When Examining Female Patients

Our social media feature for this weekend is on the word ‘Chaperone’. Social media really allows for the darnest and most puzzling of questions to be asked. I totally believe Quora, tops the chart in this regard. Questions begging for answers… So an anonymous doctor (obviously of the male gender) sent in a response to […]

Social Media

15 Scientific ‘Foods’ that maintain sound health and good weight .

Weight loss or gain issues keep popping up across most social media trending conversations. A number of people keep making, or falling for, basic mistakes about this social topic. Quora user, Kim Johnson – Doctor, Physiologist, and certified body trainer, put down a beautiful piece of 15 scientific foods you must stick to if you […]

Social Media

Social Media Health Tips: Lagoon Hospital Decimates Hunger Realities on LinkedIn

Everyone hates to feel hungry. It could be distracting and disconcerting even to the best of us. Hunger pangs is equally painful and can set babies on a wailing streak. If this is so, then why do humans ever have to be hungry? The infographic below, as prepared by Lagoon Hospital and shared on their […]

Patient Social Media

#CostOfChildMarriage: Girls Should Be students, not Brides.

THE girl child is quite unique and vulnerable in our society today, as they seem the victim of child marriage. For every girl child who is subjected to an early marriage, she is much more predisposed to complications of pregnancy and delivery processes. She faces higher risk of social violence and has less decision making […]