Monday, December 2, 2013

Better Days Ahead For Medical Laboratory Scientists In Nigeria As Leaders Meet In Adamawa

Association Of Medical Laboratory Scientists Of Nigeria Leaders Meet In Adamawa
The Expanded National Executive Council Meeting (ENEC) of the Association of Medical Laboratory
Scientists of Nigeria held in Adamawa State over the weekend with keen attention on matters  germane to the survival and vibrancy of the profession in Nigeria.
The meeting is statutory for national leaders, State chairmen/secretaries, Directors of medical laboratory services, CEO/Registrar MLSCN and leaders of MLS training institutions.

CPD Revolution-More States Organizes Workshop
More State branches of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria has continued to organize continuous professional development workshop to improve the quality of manpower and services
in the medical laboratories in Nigeria.  State of Osun, Edo and Borno leads the pack in this direction in recent times.

MLS Calls Upon MLSCN To Streamline Curriculum
Piqued by the disparity in nomenclature of the course and curriculum of Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria, concerned young MLS has called upon the regulatory body, the Medical Laboratory Council Of Nigeria to step in and streamline the name and curriculum of the course in Nigerian Universities.  Proponents of this move believe that the course should bear the name approved in the enabling act of parliament which is, Medical Laboratory Science.

Special Legal Fees To Take Effect In January 2014
Medical Laboratory Scientists in Nigeria would commence the payment of a special legal fees in January 2014 to consolidate on the gains achieved so far at the legal front.  It would be recalled that the legal fireworks initiated by the Association Of Medical Laboratory Scientists has been yielding positive results and landmark judgements poised to rightly position the profession in Nigeria greatly improved health services.
The legal fees is to provided the financial muscle for the defense of appeal cases initiated by the Ministry of health against the judgements of the court in favour of the profession.

AMLSN Kwara Lost An Amazon
For the past three weeks, the members of the Association Of Medical Laboratory Scientist of Nigeria Kwara State branch has been in mourning mood due to the loss of one of dear colleagues, Mrs. A.J. Omole who died suddenly hours after closing for the day's work.  Eye witness reports submitted that she died on the way to the hospital for emergency care. 
She was an Assistant Director at the histopathology department, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital. Burial arrangements would be as announced by the family.  May her gently soul rest in perfect peace.

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