FLIMFLAM: “Appropriate waste bin wasn’t provided”- ARD President

The President, Association of Resident Doctors ARD, Obafemi Awolowo University, Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Dr Nana Fayowole, was interviewed by a correspondent of Punch Newspaper, BOLA BAMIGBOLA about the alleged harassment of a young doctor by a senior nurse at the hospital. Let’s quickly read an excerpt from the press release by OAUTHC ARD, signed by Dr. Nana Fayowole,

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PATIENT ADVOCACY: VIBRANT STORIES OF ALEX WUBBELS AND STELLA OLUYEDE

Nurses are often the greatest at patient advocacy; they fight for the interests of their patients. The activities of two foreign nurses, Stella Oluyede and Alex Wubbel, OAUTHC Nigerian Nurse and UTAH American Nurse, illustrate one of the most important responsibilities of nursing ethics in ensuring patient safety and quality care. Their actions generated public support and also public lashes,

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Koyejo & Co, Solicitors of Supreme Court, writes to OAUTHC

The Law firm Koyejo & Co representing Senior Staff Association of Universities Teaching Hospitals Research Institutes and Associated Institutions (SSAUTHRlAl of Nigeria and Nurses & Midwives (NANNM) OAUTHC Branch Ile-ife, issued and stamped a legal writing to OAUTHC. The Acting Chief Medical Director,Obafemi Awolowo University,Teaching Hospital Complex,Ile-lfe, Osun state,Nigeria.Dear Sir, Lagos Office20 June 2022 Table of Contents 1. CASE OF

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OAUTHC NANNM EMERGENCY PRESS RELEASE

Matters arising from Emergency OAUTHC NANNM congress.The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives. OAUTHC unit held an emergency congress yesterday 21/06/2022 at the instance of current developments in the institution. Congress resolved as follow: 1. That the congress does not have any trust in the panel constituted within 24hours, where similar event had happened without a response from the

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Zimbabwe Nurses Start Strike Over Low Pay

Zimbabwe Nurses at Zimbabwe’s state-run hospitals started a strike for higher pay and improved working conditions, a union official said. “We don’t know when the strike will end, but the main problem we are having is that there is no dialog with the employer, let alone the salaries are pathetic,” Enock Dongo, secretary-general of the Zimbabwe Nurses Association, said by

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