Hi, I am Ayinla Daniel…
Cardiothoracic Critical Care Nurse, Writer, Blogger & Digital Health Enthusiast, and you are welcome to Care City. This is our official blog, it’s a simple one, and I am the Editor here.
I lead a wonderful team made up of highly motivated Registered Nurses & Digital Health Enthusiasts. Our major goal is to inspire Nurses & Healthcare Professionals in Africa & beyond our shores to do more in the interesting & challenging area of Healthcare Innovation.
We do this simply by communicating our ideas, views, passion, goals & perspectives through Writing, Online Classes, Outreaches & Collaborations.
In this Blog, I write about Nursing [lifestyle, leadership & Learning], Digital Health & Healthcare In General [critical care nursing, cardiac health, preventive medicine etc], with a deliberate focus on Innovation.
Scroll on, to see what we have for you.
INSPIRE With Abiodun Oluwatobi
We started INSPIRE, on Care City because we desperately wanted to inspire Registered Nurses in Africa to do more, by interviewing Nurses who are doing extraordinary things with their intellects.
We have had four interviews, you can check them out here.
We have had four
To enjoy the latest interview, check this page out.
”Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.”
— John Steinbeck
Carecode is Care City’s Digital Health Hub, dedicated to exposing Healthcare Professionals [especially in Africa] to the realities of Digital Health. Do you want to be a part of what we are doing in Carecode, either as a team member or partner?
Care City’s Leadership page is dedicated to providing registered nurses with leadership materials, ranging from originally written articles and essays, featured content and much more, designed to motivate Registered Nurses to do more in the area of leadership & Innovation.
Care City Learning is dedicated to creating learning materials for Registered Nurses & Healthcare Professionals. With a deliberate focus on innovation centred articles/essays, Research, Critical Care Nursing, Nursing Pharmacology and more.