On some occasions events from my medical practice, particularly around women’s health, have reflected in my poems. “Stand, Ekaette, Stand!” is one of such poems. Another is “Two Worlds” on vox poetica—a poem for and about one of my patients who passed away. Continue reading On the internet today: Dr. Kayode Afolabi
In medical law, if it is not written, it did not happen.” Continue reading Doctors, how good are you at record keeping?
“Whenever a disease is indigenous to any soil, the remedy is always at hand or not very far off”.
Dr. Sodeinde Akinsiku Leigh-Sodipe 1865-1901 Continue reading Doctor of the week 7: Dr. Sodeinde Akinsiku Leigh-Sodipe
Every now and then, this question comes up. It’s either you’re being asked this question or you’re asking yourself. if this has ever happened to you, what was your answer? Why medicine? Continue reading Why did you decide to become a doctor?
Growing up, my mum always told me ‘you learn everyday’, infact a lot of adults said it, I heard it on TV shows too and what not and I believed it but didn’t really pay much attention to it Continue reading On the internet today: Dr. Adetola Oshikoya
One hundred and two (102) House officers were successful at Ebonyi state Federal Teaching Hospital. Congratulations to those who made it . Continue reading Ebonyi State Federal Teaching Hospital 2017 list