From Delta to Lagos, Gombe, Kaduna and all over the nation, the world health organization's recommendation to put patient at the center of healthcare took center stage.
Local health challenges were addressed as the different chapters of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists used the opportunity to conduct free medical laboratory tests for the public.
In Delta State, the Association collaborated with the Federal Road Safety Commission to make the occassion memorable.
ABILITY:The GhanianYoung MLS Making Global Impact:
This young Medical Laboratory Scientist, Dr. Kwabena Danquah is the Director of a global research centre in Ghana. He is foundly called 'Ability'. He has done his three post-doctoral Fellowships in different centres in UK and Europe. His exposure in nanotechnology and other emerging technologies is amazing. Watch out for a revealing interview with this promising star from the coast of West Africa only on this page.
EMERIBE RECORDS ANOTHER SUCCESS AT NICN
AMLSN LEADERS MEET AT MAKURDI
SUPER INVESTITURE AT GOMBE AMLSN
The Gombe State branch of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) held the nation still at a ground breaking investiture for the new chapter executives as Abdulsalam Yakubu takes over as the new chairman.
IWAC HISTOLOGY CONGRESS ENDS IN ACCRA, GHANA
The much publicized histology congress which hosted Histoscientists and Pathologists in the West African region held in Accra, Ghana from March 31st to April 1st, 2016. The highly educational congress witnessed participation of Medical Laboratory Scientists from Nigeria, Ghana, America etc. Topics in Immunohistochemistry, Histology, Tissue processing and Quality Management System were extensively considered.
UNION PROTEST AGAINST COMMERCIALIZATION IN UITH, ILORIN
The Nigerian Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAHP) took to the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital's street to protest the proposed commercialization /privatization of radiology services in the hospital. The union stated that the action will increase the surferings of the masses and take healthcare beyond the reach of the public as the cost will be too high. The union action also became necessary to arrest management's attempt to stop the training of imaging scientists in the hospital.