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Author: Paul John

Rising Case of Suicide Among Nigerian Medical Doct

Saturday, May 13, 2017
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines suicide as the act of deliberately killing oneself. Risk factors for suicide include mental disorder (such as depression, personality disorder, alcohol dependence, or schizophrenia), and some physical illnesses, such as neurological disorders, cancer, and ...

Depression: But The System Prevented Dr Allwell Orji From Talking

Monday, April 10, 2017
There is no gainsaying the fact that in this our economic recession, medical doctors, just like other Nigerians, are faced with daunting family and life challenges and failure to solve these family responsibilities may lead to depression, which is characterized by manifests in the form of persist ...


Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Nigeria is a funny country, we cry when we are supposed to be quiet while we keep quiet when we are supposed to cry. I see no end to Nigeria rsquo;s problems. In 1999 the speaker, Honourable Salisu Buhari, was forced to resign and later was prosecuted on two count charges of falsification of date of ...

  The Esoterism Of The Current Administration

Sunday, February 12, 2017
During the 2015 presidential electioneering campaigns, members of the All Progressive Congress (APC) who later formed the ruling party at the federal level promised us change and they went ahead to pledge feeding our kids in school at least once in a day. Till date Nigerians are still expecting the ...

The Moral Justification For The Ongoing Nationwide Warning Strike By Nard!

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Rising from the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting held on January 17, 2017 at the National Trauma Centre, National Hospital Abuja, the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has declared a 7- day warning strike starting from Wednesday January 18, 2017 through Midnight of Tuesday, ...

NYSC Demand Of Medical Certificates: Another Misplaced Priority

Thursday, January 19, 2017
I was surprised when my little cousins ready for the 2016 Batch B Stream II Orientation Course which would run from Tuesday, 24 January to Monday, 13 February, 2017, came to inform me that medical certificates were compulsory for every prospective corps member. On further enquiry, I learnt that N ...

A Special Birthday Gift To A Special Man In Our Lives

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Some call you high tension; transformer; armoured cable; lsquo;NEW rsquo;, an abbreviation for Nyesom Ezenwo Wike but I call you the lion of Niger Delta. You talk less but act more. Your guttural voice reassures me that it better to be led by one lion than to be led by a flock of sheep. You were ...

RRBN: Don’t Start A War You Cannot Finish

Monday, December 5, 2016
Recently, a hospital in Abuja was allegedly closed down by Radiographers rsquo; Registration Board of Nigeria (RRBN).Initially, I did not believe that such an illegal operation, of closing down a hospital by a body which does not have such constitutional power, was true until it was reported by d ...

The 2016 World Aids Day: Hands Up For HIV Prevention

Friday, December 2, 2016
The first world AIDS day was held about 28 years ago (1988) after health ministers from around the world met in London and agreed to such a day as a way of highlighting the enormity of the AIDS pandemic and nation 39;s responsibility to ensure universal treatment, care and support for people liv ...

2016 Physicians’ Week: Our National Road Walk Has Been Blown Out Of Proportion!

Saturday, October 29, 2016
Doctors all over the federation on October 26, 2016 participated in a road walk as part of the efforts marking this year rsquo;s Physicians rsquo; Week . The aim of the road walk was to draw our governments (federal and states) attention to the implementation of the National Health Act. R ...

FMC Owerri: When Supposed Professionals Turn Comedians

Thursday, October 27, 2016
It is laughable and at times unimaginable how professionals who can perfectly fit in as comedians finally find themselves in the health sector. There is no law in Nigeria that states that one must practice one rsquo;s profession, in fact the highest paid Nollywood star, Mr Nkem Owoh, is an engine ...

Aisha Buhari: We All Know Where We Belong To

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
For some time now, our electronic and printed media have been awash with news items about a recent interview granted to the BBC by the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari. Following the aftermath of that interview, Mr President while fielding questions in far away Germany, described his wife as b ...

Judges’ Arrests: A Threat To Democratic Principles

Friday, October 14, 2016
In any stable democracy, there must be full implementation of the principles of Separation of Power and the Rule of Law. The principle of Separation of Power, as propounded or at least popularised by Baron de Montesquieu in 1748 basically divides the powers that exist in every sovereign state amo ...
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