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TWITTER ACCOUNT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS.
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Arts in Medicine Project Apr 26
“Growing up, the Hospital was the scariest place to be but these days ,the story is changing...more like home.Arts In Medicine In Nigeria is changing the narratives .”- Ekaite (Sickle Cell Advocate)
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AMSUL Apr 24
2 DAYS TO GO!!!! We're in the End Game now. Don't sleep on it. The BIGGEST CINEMA RAVE AROUND!!! Get your tickets now, don't sleep on it.
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Arts in Medicine Project Apr 14
“Art is something that makes you breathe with a different kind of happiness.”-Anni Alders Happy World Art Day
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Arts in Medicine Project Apr 11
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”- Thomas Merton . 6 year old girl found her voice through the mural painting of her portrait @ Pediatric Oncology,LUTH
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Arts in Medicine Project Apr 10
Annie Ruth, a visual artist from Ohio, USA 🇺🇸 inspired by Arts In Medicine Fellowship Hospital Mural Project @ Pediatric Oncology Ward, LUTH. “Arts in Medicine Program is transformative.”-Annie .R
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AMSUL Apr 6
Replying to @AMSUL_UNILAG
He is survived by a widowed mother and relatives. Let us rally around them and support those he left behind. Donations can be made to Association of Medical Students University Of Lagos. 0007341075 Union Bank. Donations end Thursday 11th April, 2019. Thank you for your aid.
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Scopi_nimsa Apr 7
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Arts in Medicine Project Apr 8
Our new Painting Of Super Heroes for Pediatric Oncology @ LUTH, Nigeria. This Mural will empower children living with cancer and their caregivers
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Nonso MD (Aproko Doctor™) Apr 7
Health Insurance going retail, until the market woman's health is covered, until the driver's health is covered. Most health insurance companies just target corporate bodies, whole this is good for business, it does not favor
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Nonso MD (Aproko Doctor™) Apr 7
That's where public enlightenment comes into play, awareness dedicated to change the existing mindsets, mindsets are formed and broken based on the information available at every given time
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Tatum Apr 7
So how do we make it work then? Seeing as market women and drivers would see it as a waste of money and would rate pay out of pocket?
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Deji Apr 7
The Test and Drugs for certain diseases like TB are free so once you think you’ve been coughing for a while and it’s not going away don’t be scared of having no money go the hospital .
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
Thanks for inviting me for this talk. I do apologise for the late entry. An emergency came up I needed to quickly sort out. That’s out of the way now. Please let’s move on to the questions of the day. Thanks.
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
Basically insurance, and I assume you mean Health Insurance, is a means which an individual can receive healthcare based on a pooled funds gotten from them as well as from others. It’s like insuring ur car/house.
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
By increasing awareness and participation, the more people are aware of the Nigerian Health Insurance Scheme NHIS, the more participation and the more effective it would be in catering for the needs of people.
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
There’s an effective tax system in place which is used to fund the UK National Health Service. That makes it “free” for anyone living/working in Britain to get healthcare. Unlike in other places you have to pay.
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
Primary Health Care is community-based health care provision that is focused on prevention of disease, health promotion and treatment of basic illnesses that doesn’t necessarily require hospital admission.
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OurFavOnlineDoctor 💘 🥳 Apr 7
The biggest problem sometimes is lack of awareness on the NHIS. For instance there’s easy treatment access and no cash needed at most govt hospitals and students only need a student ID card if they are registered.
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