The Nigerian Medical Association had 5 of her members pass on to transition Dr Okechukwu Okwu Dr Florence Onua Dr Eric Mangete Dr S.B.S. Afiesimama Dr Chudu Odimegwu May their souls rest in peace
First elected African Director General of the World Health Organization, Dr Tedros, is best known for having drastically cutting deaths from malaria, AIDS, tuberculosis and neonatal problems when he was Ethiopia’s health minister. He trained 40,000 female health workers, hired outbreak investigators, improved the national laboratory, organized an ambulance system and oversaw a tenfold increase in medical school graduates. The remarkable landmark on human resource development with 40,000 female health workers and a 10 fold[…]
The Nigerian Medical Association, in pursuance of academic excellence and best practices, will be organising her maiden National Medical Quiz for all NIMSA members. This is scheduled to hold in two phases: Phase 1: Regional Level:QUIZ Phase 2: National Level:QUIZ The NMA Quiz will be multiple choice structured and will be in four tiers: Anatomy/Physiology/Biochemistry. Pharmacology/Pathology Obstetrics/Gynaecology/Paediatrics/Nutrition/Medicine/Surgery General knowledge/Politics/Leadership/ Ethics The Regional Quiz Competition is scheduled to hold as follows: *South West Quiz Competition*[…]
The Nigerian Medical Association, in pursuance of academic excellence and best practices, will be organising her maiden National Medical Essay for all bonafide NMA members. a)Introduction – The NMA 2017 Essay Competition is designed to address burning issues affecting health policies and health care delivery in Federal Republic of Nigeria. The feature topics are: Health care delivery in the face of economic recession The role of the medical profession in socio-political nation building b) Scope[…]
The 2017 Physicians week of the Nigerian Medical Association holds between the 22nd to 29th of October 2017 in all states and FCT Abuja. The National Event will be held in Ilorin Kwara state, The theme is focused on Low Immunization coverage a threat to National security and development: The way forward.