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absumedalumni 15h
October 25, 2020. Official statement of the Abia State University Medical Alumni Association on the current situation in Nigeria. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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absumedalumni 17h
October 25, 2020: Official statement of the Abia State University Medical Alumni Association on the current situation in Nigeria ,,,,,,,,,,,
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absumedalumni 18h
Replying to @AlumniHealth
Signed: Dr. Chiedozie Meribe, President, Nigerian Chapter Dr. Azubuike Chile, President, UK Chapter Prof. Theddeus Iheanacho, President, USA/Canada Chapter Prof. Ugochukwu Bond Anyaehie, Global Coordinator.
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absumedalumni 18h
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We call on all well-meaning Nigerians, government officials, politicians and civil organizations to work towards a peaceful resolution of this current escalation of violence while addressing the concerns of the youths and systemic security challenges in our country.
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absumedalumni 18h
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We recognize and stand with the right of citizens to protest peacefully against injustice, bad governance and corruption in Nigeria.
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absumedalumni 18h
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Pandemic. We condemn the hijacking of the peaceful protests by hoodlums who are now looting and destroying both private and government properties. We also denounce the killing of security operatives.
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absumedalumni 19h
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The recent killings of unarmed peaceful protesters amidst an ongoing national and international outcry over police brutality represent an unbearable and avoidable escalation of suffering for Nigerians who are already battered and ravaged by the effects of the global COVID-19
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absumedalumni 19h
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The Abia State University Medical Alumni association recognizes the recent experience of violence in Nigeria that is having severe impact on Nigerians at home and abroad.
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absumedalumni 19h
October 25, 2020. Official statement of the Abia State University Medical Alumni Association on the current situation in Nigeria. Signed: Dr. Chiedozie Meribe, Nigeria Dr. Azubuike Chile, UK Prof. Theddeus Iheanacho, USA/Canada Prof. Ugochukwu Bond Anyaehie, Global Coordinator.
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NEJM 31 Jan 18
In late 2016, a primary care physician with a thriving practice decided it was time to shut her doors. She felt her retirement was forced on her after she’d spent a year in the grips of her health care system’s new electronic health record (EHR).
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absumedalumni 29 Jan 18
Adachi, a second-year resident, is creating a mental health training program for community health workers and nurses in primary care in Imo State, Nigeria, using modified mhGAP curriculum. Her research mentors are Theddeus Iheanacho, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Yale.
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absumedalumni 30 Apr 17
Theddeus Iheanacho, Yale Assist. Prof. of Psychiatry now delivering a lecture live @ The 2nd Annual ABSU Med. Alumni, UK, London 2017.
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absumedalumni 21 Apr 17
ATLAS underscores our continued commitment to providing patients and physicians with meaningful resources that...
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absumedalumni 19 Apr 17
ABSU ALUMNI UK CONVENTION approaching Equivalent to 5 CPD points subject to peer group approval. Starts with Registration and networking
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absumedalumni 15 Apr 17
Acedemia takes on global health The Consortium of Universities for Global Health held their 8th Annual Conference in WashingtonDC this week.
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absumedalumni 8 Apr 17
Over the next years, the most important medical journals will be available online, free and in full-text. Visit,
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absumedalumni 7 Apr 17
Student Body very grateful with Alumni interventions last year. - To the glory of God water and...
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absumedalumni 2 Apr 17
Today we concluded our support to the wife of late Dr. Eugene Amanze. She recieved the last tranche of our over N1.2m support.
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absumedalumni 1 Apr 17
Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) approved to treat adult patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis and primary progressive multiple sclerosis
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absumedalumni 26 Mar 17
A global health solution: ABSU Medical Alumni Association, Inc. to partner and promote the implementation of OPENMRS software in Nigeria.
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