Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The Director of Nursing at the Kwara State School of Nursing and Midwifery, Mrs Victoria Olusayo Aina has decried the lack of interest by some students of the school because they were forced to study nursing by their parents. Speaking...
Radiographers in Nigeria have drawn a battle line with medical doctors for allegedly championing the registration of the proposed National Council of Radiology, NCR, now before the national assembly. The bill has passed second reading and awaiting public hearing....
The first set of nursing graduates were on Wednesday inducted at the University of Jos, 10 years after the university established its Department of Nursing. The university started graduating nursing students in 2013, but they had not been inducted for...
The process of appointment of Chief Medical Directors in Nigeria has been faulted by the President of the Nigeria Medical Association(NMA), Prof. Mike Ogirimma. Ogirimma, who was speaking at the second anniversary of the “Doctors Time Out Family” at...
Communique issued at the close of the symposium on interprofessional collaboration in the healthcare industry organized by the Nigeria Academy of pharmacy in partnership with pharmaceutical society of Nigeria on May 11 2017 at the Ade Ajayi Auditorium of...
After a careful review and frontal resolution of the issues that necessisated the eventual posponement of the AMLSN Special general meeting earlier scheduled to hold in Ebonyi state in May 2017, I am glad to formally inform you that...
The Registrar, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, Alhaji Faruk Umar has enjoined northern states to establish more schools of nursing and midwifery. He said such would provide needed manpower for healthcare in the states, complement government efforts as...
There are 12, 740 licensed pharmacists in the country, the Registrar of the Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria, (PCN), Elijah Mohammed, has said. Licensed pharmacists are those licensed to practice in the industry. Mohammed, who disclosed this during a consultative...
The Institute of Public Analysts of Nigeria (IPAN) a parastatal under the Federal Ministry of Health, is the professional regulatory body of Public Analysts established by MAN Act CAP 1.16 LFN 2004 to train, examine, register Public Analysts and...
The Institute of Public Analysts of Nigeria (IPAN) held its 25'" MandatoryTraini ng Workshop with the theme "The Role of Public Analysts in a Recessed Economy" on Tuesday, 25" and Wednesday, 26'April 2017 at The Events Centre, Plot 1,...