Nigerian Nursing & Her Many Woes – The Problem of Lack of Purpose-driven Political Representatives

"When will Nursing Nigeria be bold enough to say that they have political representatives that are unbiased embodiments of the desires of Nurses in Nigeria? Leaders who are not tainted by the dirty hands of greed. Who know what their country & profession desire..."

Five Personal Survival Tips For Newly Qualified Critical Care Nurses In Nigeria – My Humble Five | Six Minutes Read

"In Critical Care, Kidneys have stopped working, hearts are failing, lungs have collapsed, brains are shutting down, intestines have stopped moving, livers are tired, phew, it is a cocktail of organ/physiological failures here and there. You may be too busy trying to repair the lungs, and your attention has been taken away from the kidneys that have shut down for two hours, and then you have to return to trying to salvage the kidneys, and then the brain starts to sleep - Critical, I must tell you!"

Nursing After The Year Of The Pandemic | Part i

"In the wake of the pandemic, while we count losses, and nurture our wounds, we as a race, were able to still make progress in historical leaps & bounds. The gospel of Digital Health gained a wider audience & followership, as people, governments & organizations, began to realize the important need for us to have a healthcare system that had remote care woven into its fabrics."

YOUR SKIN & YOUR WELLBEING

The human skin is anatomically & physiologically the largest external organ of the human body (covering about 22 square feet [2 square meters]). A vital member of man's anatomy. Though recent research try to tell us that there's another organ bigger than the skin. Let's leave all that for the lab guys. Ever seen a … Continue reading YOUR SKIN & YOUR WELLBEING

Mechanical Ventilators, Hope & A Miracle | The Art Of Nursing | Ayinla Daniel

"Is he going to survive?" I kept asking myself. The story I am about to tell you is a true-life story. My colleagues from work will know better. We all had the opportunity to nurse him, and we gave our best, believe me, it isn't easy working in the Critical Care Unit as a registered nurse or a medical doctor, you can ask around, it's back-breaking. It messes with your emotions {many nurses & physicians who work in the critical care unit don't know this, they are oblivious}.

END OF LIFE NURSING: LIFE LESSONS FROM DYING PATIENTS | 5 Min Reading Time

END OF LIFE NURSING: LIFE LESSONS FROM THE DYING Ayinla Daniel “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”Mark Twain End of life nursing is a very unique and sensitive aspect of nursing practice. It is one that requires the nurses … Continue reading END OF LIFE NURSING: LIFE LESSONS FROM DYING PATIENTS | 5 Min Reading Time

The Sustainable Development Goals & Digital Health – What Does The Future Hold?

I must confess, Africa is not resting on her oars. An army of innovative minds has taken to the streets of creativity to show the world what they can do. Young innovators and creators are exploring the possibilities of A.I to solve various community health problems, ranging from...