On today’s episode of the ‘‘Without Health we have nothing’’ series with HPHR Fellow Gabriel Oke, Dr Ifeanyi Nsofor the CEO of EpiAfric describes the state of primary health care in Nigeria. He also describes the functions of the Primary Healthcare system and gave recommendations on what can be done differently to improve primary healthcare in the country.
Without Health We Have Nothing 1 By Gabriel Oke How Unemployment Contributes to Poor Healthcare Access Proshare: Unemployment vs underemployment in Nigeria HPHR Journal Fellow: Gabriel Oke Interviews Bukola Idowu on the ”Without Health We Have Nothing Series”. Mr. Bukola Idowu is the founder of Kimpact Development Initiative (KDI). KDI uses in-depth research, capacity development, and […]
Joanna Burke-Bajaj identifies concerns of gender and choice in the WHO Global Alcohol Action Plan to reduce FASD
Health with Humanity By Joanna Burke-Bajaj Gender and Choice in Health Promotion: WHO Global Alcohol Action Plan Recommendations to Reduce FASD Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) include a wide range of possible negative effects on birth and fetus development from the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy. The first draft of the WHO Global Alcohol Action Plan […]
Edition 32 – A Global Neurosurgery Approach to Reducing the Burden of Traumatic Acute Subdural Hematoma: A Narrative Review
This narrative review highlights the importance of timely neurosurgical interventional after a person suffers from a motor vehicle accident.