Report: Annual LUTH Nursing Week 2018
The LUTH Annual Nursing Week 2018 was the place to be from Saturday 11th – Friday 17th August 2018. Nurses and Midwives observed their annual conference under the umbrella of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA NURSING AND MIDWIVES (NANNM) at Hall 36 and Hall 36 car park, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).
The program was aimed at the edge of the scientific conference and fundraising for LUTH nurses bus. The theme of the program was: A VOICE TO LEAD – HEALTH IS A HUMAN RIGHT.
Seated on the podium were special guests and their representatives, the special guest of honor was Her Excellency Dr. Idiat Adebule – Deputy Governor of Lagos State; the Chairman of the occasion Dr. Lanre Fasakin – director CMRG, Ikeja, Lagos State; Special Guest Alhaji Sali Bello – Board Chairman, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH); Chairman/Chief Fundraiser Professor Mrs. Gloria Elemo – Director General Federal Institute of Industrial Research (FFIIRO; Guest of Honor, Hon. Desmond Olusola Eliot – Member, House of Assembly Lagos State, just to mention a few.
A voice to lead, health is human basic right, it is truly our right because health is wealth and good health is real wealth. Good health promotes a good physical, social life and spiritual life because wealth means feeling strong, confident, being realistic and doing what is right for your body by eating a balanced diet, exercising, having a sound sleep/rest and drinking water to live a healthy lifestyle.
A warm welcome address speech by the chief host in the person of Professor Chris Bode – Chief Medical Director, LUTH. He heartily welcomed all delegates to this year’s annual nurse’s week and scientific conference organized by the LUTH branch of NANNM. He rounded up his speech by saying “I, therefore, commend all delegates for the good work you are doing each day as you give succour to the helpless and I enjoin your association to continue striving for all that is noble and higher in the promotion of health as a human right. On behalf of the university teaching hospital, I wish you a happy celebration!”
In the course of the program, the MyMedicalBank team participated by pitching our core product MMB HomeCare – a digital platform that connects healthcare professionals and patients and facilitates the delivery of health services at home, office or another location of the clients choosing. The nurses were glad to have the MMB team at the event, informing them of the opportunity to earn additional income as they care for patients in the spare time. According to some of the nurses, they have been looking out for platforms that can grant them the opportunity to make extra money in their free time. They were quite happy to hear about MMB HomeCare.
As nurses have ensured that their voice is heard as they play a pivotal role in healthcare delivery, MMB HomeCare has emerged as a voice in the health sector to advocate for the right of patients, a voice to lead and campaign for our clients and stakeholders to live a healthy life.
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