Uhhm, we are moving, yippeee!!!
"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."
The annual Congenital Heart Diseases Awareness week, organized by The Congenital Heart Diseases Foundation of Nigeria, is a week-long health advocacy program designed to achieve one vital goal in the aspect of cardiovascular health in Nigeria, and that is simply to amplify the importance of "Heart Screening For Children," with a specific focus on children … Continue reading The Congenital Heart Diseases Foundation Of Nigeria Holds Her Annual CHD Awareness Week
"It may take some time, with a lot of hard work (smart work) & research, before we get to the techno-industrial era, where humans can begin to completely trust intelligent automation (or place a reasonable degree of trust) to take over most of the delicate & highly intelligent human roles."
"Talking about vaccines. Will African countries buy these vaccines? I know that the developed world will definitely consider their children first, before even thinking about Africa, who cares about Africa?"
Take your challenges and bring lessons out of them. Pick the shreds of your failure and build structures out of them. By the end of next year, we shall celebrate your success, your growth & "Your More" with you.
Life Happens By Chidera Emmanuel Alajemba I guess Chidera has a thing with maiden editions [Check out his interview on INSPIRE - a maiden one]. We decided to start this category/column on Care City Blog with his story. A narrative, very touching. As nurses, we are closest to the patient, and many times we have … Continue reading The Art Of Nursing | Life Happens | Chidera Emmanuel Alajemba
"Don't wait for things to happen, be the one to cause things to happen." - Chidera Emmanuel [Maiden Interview On Inspire].
"Without innovation, the progress that we enjoy in every area of life will not be possible. Innovation has affected the way we dress, the food we eat, the way we transport ourselves from one place to the other, the way healthcare is been delivered, and even affects the more conservative domain of..."
"The South East Zonal Chairman representing the National NANNM president, said;",
"Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause of major congenital anomalies, representing a major global health problem. Twenty-eight percent of all major congenital anomalies consist of heart defects."
"Complex AI technologies like machine learning and deep learning have provided promising solutions to most of the problems that healthcare professionals experience in the area of the practice of cardiology."
Africa is ready. Ready to take on the numerous healthcare challenges that plague the healthcare industry with the energy of artificial intelligence. I mean, here are brilliant Nigerians who have been able to create and design AI algorithms...
As we start this new journey, one that I strongly believe will be without end and its borders without boundaries, I urge us all, to come on board with ideas that can help us achieve this dream of greatness...
"...The adventure side of innovation is what makes it inviting. As we explore, discover, and create, we are learning; learning how to do things differently and more effectively. Where innovation is not welcomed, there is certainly going to be no improvements, no progress, and no fun..."
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...
Innovation at its best. Intrinsic remote haemodynamic monitoring of heart pressures.
Digital health is the future, and we gradually envisage its take over!
Violence Against Nurses & Health Care Professionals In Nigeria - Taking Practical Steps. By, Udok, Ubong C, Rn, Rpn, Rctn. Edited by Ayinla Daniel, RN Photo Credit: Getty Images lately, in Nigeria there has been an increase in workplace violence directed at nurses who are busy carrying out their professional duties, trying their very best … Continue reading Violence Against Nurses & Health Care Professionals In Nigeria – Taking Practical Steps|2-minutes read| Udok, Ubong C |
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