Is the community happy when a bad doctor marries a bad nurse?

For some time now, the talk of this union has been in the air. The doctor and groom, Dr Chibuike, actually works in the Paediatric department while the nurse and bride, Staff Chiamaka, works in the Obstetric and Gynaecology department, here in our facility.Calm and calculated, Dr Malachy is moves on, from one patient...

International College of Surgeons: 49th AGM and Scientific Conference

 The International College of Surgeons, Nigeria National Section, is billed to have its 49th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference at the Hotel Presidential, Port-Harcourt, on 16th-17th of June, 2015. The Theme for this year's event is "Burden of Cancers in Nigeria". Also, the guest lecture at the event is Eruchalu Memorial Lecture. Surgeons at the...

Nigeria COVID-19 Testing Support Fund Launched by 54gene

PRESS RELEASE: $500,000 Raised to Expand Coronavirus Testing Facilities in Nigeria Lagos, Nigeria. 26th March 2020, 54gene, the African genomics research, services, and development company, has launched a fund to tackle the current challenges around testing for COVID-19 in Nigeria. To support the ongoing efforts of the Nigeria...

First Coronavirus Case Recorded in Switzerland

Switzerland reported its first case of new coronavirus on Tuesday after outbreaks were identified in its main neighbors Austria, France, Germany, and Italy. The case is a man in his 70s who was infected near Milan where he attended an event on February 15, federal health office chief Pascal...

Burnout in Nurses Proves the System Is Broken. It must improve.

No job is stress-free. But because clinical nurses work in an environment that is high-stress by nature, this makes them more vulnerable than most other professions. Over the years, studies has shown that compassion fatigue, often referred to as “burnout,” can take a physical and mental toll on nurses, and this at...

eClinic: Digitisation and Nigeria’s Healthcare System

With the complexity surrounding Nigeria’s healthcare system today, keeping medical records in a safe and secured place where it can be easily accessed remains a top priority. Whether one is using a digitalised record-keeping system, or old-fashioned files, the safety of one’s medical history is very important.

NPMCN: Fewer Centres approved for the September Fellowship Examination.

The National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria have released a shocking update as to the new locations for the Primary and Part 1 Fellowship Examinations scheduled for September 2022. This was contained in an email sent to all prospective candidates; As a result of the...