Category: Medical News

Non Radiographers Undergoing Post-Basic Training In Ultrasonography Are In For a Fruitless Journey 0

Non Radiographers Undergoing Post-Basic Training In Ultrasonography Are In For a Fruitless Journey

Just like the biblical PILATE, l want to, for the sake of posterity, wash my hands off this professional sciatica, orchestrated by the registrar of the Radiographers Registration Board of Nigeria (RRBN). It is...

To Ease Israel’s Doctor Shortage, State to Let Hospitals Rehire Retiree Physicians

To Ease Israel’s Doctor Shortage, State to Let Hospitals Rehire Retiree Physicians

Israel’s physician shortage has become so acute that the Civil Service Commission is allowing government hospitals to hire retiree doctors back into practice. Desperate medical centers are happy to have them, and to pay...

Australian Change Rules For Foreign Educated Doctors To Promote Local Doctors

Australian Change Rules For Foreign Educated Doctors To Promote Local Doctors

A landmark bid to curtail the use of overseas-trained doctors has been expanded to include hospitals, not just city GP clinics originally targeted amid concerns about over-servicing. The federal government wants more direct and...

Nigerian Critical Care Nurse, Blessing Charles, In Community Health Outreach (Pics)

Nigerian Critical Care Nurse, Blessing Charles, In Community Health Outreach (Pics)

NIGERIA CRITICAL CARE NURSE, BLESSING CHARLES, ENGAGE COMMUNITY HEALTH OUTREACH IN ANAMBRA The growing demands and required intervention in the increased level of hypertensive and diabetic victims in Nigeria have been underemphasized overtime. But...

Violence Against Medical Doctors: Doctors in India Are Now Taking Courses On Self Defense

Violence Against Medical Doctors: Doctors in India Are Now Taking Courses On Self Defense

Training will comprise two sessions: physical training (70%) and classroom learning (30%). HIGHLIGHTS This initiative has been taken by Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA) FORDA is preparing healthcare professionals to fight the menace...

World-First Baby From Uterine Transplant from a Dead Donor Born

World-First Baby From Uterine Transplant from a Dead Donor Born

Brazilian doctors are reporting the world’s first baby born to a woman with a uterus transplanted from a deceased donor. Key points: The mother became pregnant about seven months after the transplant After the...

In Congo, More Women than Men Infected with Ebola

In Congo, More Women than Men Infected with Ebola

The Democratic Republic of Congo is experiencing its worst-ever outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease. More than 420 Ebola cases have been reported in eastern Congo. Just under 60 percent of those infected have died...

Regina General Hospital parking concerns aired by nurses and neighbours at community meeting

Regina General Hospital parking concerns aired by nurses and neighbours at community meeting

Workers at Regina’s General Hospital and people who live in the area gathered on Monday night to discuss the highly contentious issue of parking. Ward 4 councillor Lori Bresciani hosted the community meeting at...

Lae School of Nursing Graduates Told to Uphold Professionalism

Lae School of Nursing Graduates Told to Uphold Professionalism

Nurses have been urged to serve with respect and dignity and to uphold the professional image of health workers. This is to right the negativities people throw at nurses for mistreating patients. Department of...

Nurses refuse to work night shift following assault at Vaalwater clinic

Nurses refuse to work night shift following assault at Vaalwater clinic

Limpopo’s health MEC, Phopho Ramathuba, has welcomed the arrest of a man who allegedly assaulted a nurse at a clinic in Vaalwater after the nurse refused to act contrary to departmental policies The man...