Wednesday, August 5, 2020
NOTICE ON 10TH JANUARY 2019 INDUCTION CEREMONY FOR FOREIGN TRAINED DOCTORS MDCN has observed that some candidates who sat and passed Council October/November 2018 Assessment Examination are having challenges with payment of insurance indemnity. To this end, all those who have...
The President of the Nigeria Medical Association, Prof Adedayo Faduyile, has said that Nigerians will begin to trust medical services provided in the country if doctors, nurses and other health workers decide to work together for the good of...
African Society for Laboratory Medicine ASLM is set to hold its 2018 Annual conference. The conference serves as a platform for the international lab medicine community to share best practices, acquire knowledge & debate innovative approaches to combat African and...
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Plateau State has expressed worry over what it described as the persistent insecurity in the state saying repeated violent conflicts puts pressure on the already “weak and ineffective health care system."The association stated...
The President of the African Fertility Society, Prof Oladapo Ashiru, has warned Nigerians to avoid diabetes disease by being mindful of what they eat and drink. Speaking during a public lecture organised by the City Club in Lagos, on Thursday,...
The President, National Association of Pharmaceutical Technologists and Pharmacy Technicians of Nigeria, Mr Balogun Adetola, has said that many public and private health facilities in the country are poorly staffed. He stated that the staffing decadence in health facilities was...
In the wake of the alert to Nigeria by the South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety about drug products contaminated with human remains from fetuses, infants and flesh, allegedly smuggled into South Korea from China, the Pharmaceutical...
Ahmed Yakasaipicture 11The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has reiterated that for medicine security, the Federal Government must as a matter of urgency take critical action to implement the National Drug Policy. PSN President, Ahmed Yakasai while briefing newsmen on...
The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) yesterday in Lagos urged the three tiers of the government to recruit more nurses and midwives. This, it said, was necessary to reduce maternal and child mortality. ...
Following high rate of fake drugs in circulation, Drug Distribution Inspection Committee and Enforcement (DDICE), an arm of the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN), has urged Nigerians to patronise only registered drugs outlets. Thus, the organisation has embarked on...