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- Medical education in Nigeria
- COVID-19 Pandemic: Medical and Pharmacy Education in Nigeria
- Universities and Medical Education in Nigeria
Medical education in Nigeria faces numerous challenges and problems; a lack of a coherent admission policy, inadequate funding, poor planning, and erosion of values have led to a general perception of low standards and quality. This study uses a sequential mixed-method design to examine the extent to which the perceptions of the quality of medical education in Nigeria affect the aspirations and plans of Nigerian medical students to migrate after graduation. While the survey showed that the students perceived medical education to be of sufficiently good quality across a spectrum of variables, interview respondents described a dysfunctional medical education that failed to meet their aspirations.
Formal attempts at Medical Education in Nigeria began in with the establishment of an institution in Lagos for training medical manpower to diploma level. They were trained to practice only in Nigeria. The program was not popular and was discontinued.
Medical education in Nigeria
Cite this article: Edmund Ndudi Ossai et al. Pan African Medical Journal. Nigeria has one of the largest concentration of human resources for health in Africa. There are 46 accredited medical schools and the majority are owned by the various State Governments. The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Federal Ministry of Education closed all tertiary institutions in Nigeria including the medical schools on the 19 th of March so as to curtail the effects of the pandemic. The effect of COVID pandemic on tertiary institutions in Nigeria include the disruption of the academic calendar of the schools. This is capable of affecting the mental health of medical students.
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As an international medical graduate who finished medical school in September , I found resuming my training in Nigeria in January in a compulsory one-year internship in the middle of the COVID pandemic to be quite challenging. My classmates and I recited the Hippocratic Oath with joy and celebrated with our parents over the successful completion of medical school only to find ourselves being recruited into a battle against an enemy about which the entire world is still learning. It was tough working with a limited supply of personal protective equipment. Several front-liners at my hospital got infected and were admitted immediately into an isolation center. This decreased the number of medical workers available to take care of an already overwhelming number of patients. There is a shortage of doctors in Nigeria, 1 and COVID has caused a further decrease in the number of health workers by stalling medical education in my country. Clinical activities for medical students have been suspended due to government-mandated social-distancing guidelines and are expected to resume when the pandemic ends.
COVID-19 Pandemic: Medical and Pharmacy Education in Nigeria
A medical school is a tertiary educational institution, or part of such an institution, that teaches medicine , and awards a professional degree for physicians and surgeons. D , Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine D. O , or Doctor of Podiatric Medicine D. Many medical schools offer additional degrees, such as a Doctor of Philosophy Ph. D , master's degree M. Sc, , a physician assistant program, or other post-secondary education.
Formal attempts at Medical Education in Nigeria began in with the establishment of an institution in Lagos for training medical manpower to diploma level. They were trained to practice only in Nigeria. The program was not popular and was discontinued. Following the report of the Elliot Commissions on higher education in West Africa it was decided to establish the University of London College at Ibadan, with a Faculty of Medicine as one of the initial faculties. This was realized in The debate on what type of doctor to produce for Nigeria ended with the decision to produce high caliber doctors of the same standing as British trained doctors. In the Ashby Commission on Higher Education in Nigeria recommended the establishment of more training institutions, including those for medicine.
Universities and Medical Education in Nigeria
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Nigeria is the most populated black African nation, with a population of million from the population census. Medical education began with the establishment of the University College Hospital, Ibadan as a College branch of the University of London in Since then four generations of medical schools have evolved. The newer medical schools adopted the curriculum of the older schools with little modification. The subsequent introduction of changes and modification in the curriculum of medical education worldwide did not seem to affect Nigerian medical schools.
Я никого не собираюсь убивать. - Что ты говоришь. Расскажи это Чатрукьяну. Стратмор подошел ближе.
Беккер посмотрел. Человек в очках в тонкой металлической оправе стоял внизу, спиной к Беккеру, и смотрел в направлении площади. Беккер прижал лицо к прорези, чтобы лучше видеть.
Распадающиеся материалы и нераспадающиеся. Есть целые числа, но есть и подсчет в процентах. Это полная каша. - Это где-то здесь, - твердо сказала Сьюзан. - Надо думать. Есть различие, которое мы все время упускаем.
Кроме того, он был фанатом всевозможных прибамбасов, и его автомобиль стал своего рода витриной: он установил в нем компьютерную систему глобального позиционирования, замки, приводящиеся в действие голосом, пятиконечный подавитель радаров и сотовый телефонфакс, благодаря которому всегда мог принимать сообщения на автоответчик.