Clinical Press

THE INVICTUS OBI WIRE SCANDAL

THE INVICTUS OBI WIRE SCANDAL Over the seas, the word ‘Nigerian’ has become a synonym for ‘scammer’, and as days go by, more reasons why such a grammatical decision was made unfold. Obinwanne Okeke, popularly known as InvictusObi, is the latest in the long line of Nigerians who have toured the path of fraudulence in the diaspora. Until the FBI tracked and arrested him for a $12 Million(4 Billion naira) fraud, Obinwanne Okeke was a poster boy for the Nigerian…

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As Ibadanmedicine approaches 60…

As the University of Ibadan Medical Students’ Association approaches sixty, the excitement in the hearts of everyone is very palpable. ‘Ibadanmedicine’ as it is popularly called has come a long way. So many great people have emerged from this great institution. Thia includes Doctors,Politicians, Businessmen, Activists, Writers, Influencers and so on. Anyone that has stepped into the shores of the University would know that it is not called ‘the first and the best’ for nothing. A week ago, a list…

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“What we have learnt in 20 years…” Class of ’99 speaks.

Ibadan College of Medicine Alumni Association (ICOMAA) presents another programme in the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (COMUI). This time around the programme was organised by the class of ’99 (’95 set). The programme held on the 2nd of August, 2019 at the famous Osuntokun Auditorium at the University College Hospital, Ibadan. The theme of the programme was Medical Innovation & Business: What We’ve Learnt in 20years. The class came together to share the experiences they had incurred over…

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Vox Pop: Face of Preclinicals 2019

The yearly event which has stabilized itself in the soils of Preclinical school took place again on the 27th of July, 2019 at the Mingles resort, Dugbe. The event which was all shades of colourful and entertaining had a lot of UIMSAITES in attendance especially the members of the 2k15 who completed their examinations recently. As usual, UIMSA Press went around to ask the attendees about their opinions regarding the event. Oyebamiji Toluwanimi, 2k19 How was the experience? What were…

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NIMSA South West Convention 2019: The good,the bad and the ugly.

The NIMSA South West zonal convention held a week ago. Though it has passed already, a lot cannot be forgotten from the just concluded program. It was a nice experience and it is advisable for everyone possible to try to attend such events as they are very advantageous. Not being able to mention all, I bring you a few of the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of the event. THE GOOD The Architecture: Anyone that visited Afe-Babalola University…

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HEPATITIS

It is today 28th July, 2019. This sounds almost like a good thing, no? For example; in the case of celebrations, we are familiar with the phrase “World Dayo day” or “World Nedu Day”. This is not that! Instead, this is a call to eliminating Hepatitis by knowing your status, the risks and most of all, knowing how to prevent it. According to WHO There are about 325 million people living with viral hepatitis B and C About 2.85million people…

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