Neonatal Health: Are Nigeria’s newborns being left behind? Hussein (not real name) was born preterm at 27 weeks, weighing about half a kilogram (0.5kg). Hussein’s mother did not get to see her son until 12 hours after his birth, and when she did, he was covered in tubes, fighting for his life in a neonatal … Read moreNeonatal Health: Are Nigeria’s newborns being left behind?
The 2nd & 3rd Neonatal resuscitation Training session for nurses and mid-wives in Ondo State after the 10th year anniversary of NISONM took place in the state on the 21st & 24th of August 2017 respectively at the Premier Holiday Resorts Igbara Oke, Ondo state. It was sponsored by “Saving One Million Lives (SOLM) Program … Read moreREPORT ON WORKSHOP ON NEONATAL RESUSCITATION FOR ONDO STATE NURSES AND MIDWIVES HELD ON MONDAY 21st & THURSDAY 24th AUGUST 2017
THEME: SUSTAINING BREASTFEEDING TOGETHER The LUTH today 9th of August 2017 marked its 2017 annual BF week in conjunction with NNIA. The activities targeted at rejuvenating the BFHI in LUTH consisted of lectures/presentations on: Sustaining BF together- it takes all of us to change the health indicators; how to sustain exclusive BF- practical strategies for … Read moreLAGOS UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL (LUTH) 2017 BREASTFEEDING WEEK