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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Olly256: 9:49am On May 23, 2010|
i am fresh graduate of Microbiology and i have an uncle who is ready to get me equipped in setting a laboratory for me. i was told by someone that i will need to have my professionals in Medical Laboratory Science, i want to know if this is correct and which of our Nigeria universities do this professional courses, Please i need answers asap. How much does it cost n how do i go about it. Please an experienced answer will be appreciated. Explain thoroughly
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 1:01pm On May 29, 2010|
Welcome to the forum. If you had actually gone through previous posts, you'll find that I had already given enough info about myself and where I practice plus other vital info.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 1:07pm On May 29, 2010|
Your question has already been treated in an earlier post in this forum.
Nevertheless, you will need to go to the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria to register for a graduate internship program which takes two years.
I am aware that School Of Medical Laboratory Sciences, O.A.U.T.H.C., Ife and Federal School of Medical Laboratory Sciences Jos still admit graduates for this purpose. You'll decide where to go once you register with the council.
The MLSCN is situated at No 8, Harvey Rd. Yaba, Lagos behind Yaba Orthopaedic Hospital.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Klinchex: 9:15am On Jun 04, 2010|
I just stumbled over this very good forum and cant resist my excitement. Thank you bernad. I am a medical microbiologist/virologist. A product of FSMLS Jos. Cheers to yu all!
More posts pls!
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 11:25am On Jun 04, 2010|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by ObamaUS: 5:42am On Jun 05, 2010|
A qualified medical lab scientist is needed to work in an established diagnostic centre in egbeda.He/She must have about 5 years experience and must know how to run clinical chemistry tests.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by tonila: 3:56pm On Jul 29, 2010|
i just want to say kudos for a job well done.
keep it up.
hope to see you in the next AGM holding in Lagos next month.
if my information is wrong pls do correct me.
thanks and remain blessed.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 5:46pm On Aug 05, 2010|
You are warmly welcome to this forum. Kindly find time to visit again and again. Your contributions on the profession is highly coveted here. We are free to share any information that affects us as professionals here. Also spread the information to other colleagues though email or text messaging.
Meanwhile, the AGM will hold from 13th-18th september. Venue is ELCOME CENTRE & HOTELS LIMITED, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ROAD, LAGOS NIGERIA. For details, check www.amlsn.org
Forumites, kindly join me in welcoming Professor Anthony Emeribe as the new Sec. Registrar of the Medical Laboratory Council of Nigeria.
He has served the profession in various capacities and has been instrumental in no small measure to the evolution and revolution of the profession in Nigeria. We hope to see more of his power packed, visionary leadership as he mounts the saddle of driving and implementing professional policies as it affects medical laboratory science and scientists in Nigeria.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by otitor: 4:52pm On Aug 17, 2010|
i am over a year to reply to the thread but hey better late than neva .
hello eveyone .am a bms in england and kudos to y'all out there in niger with all ur hardwork inspite of all d short comings associated with effective functioning of a lab.
i am proud to be a BMS and i totally agree that more attention needs to be paid on us.
without us,drs cant function
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by dayleke(m): 1:41am On Aug 20, 2010|
Am also in the same category,haven't made any contribution for a while.
Hello to everybody once again.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by chynenye(f): 8:08pm On Aug 21, 2010|
Hello everyone! Feels good to be back to our great forum after such a long time. Thanks to you all for keeping the ball rolling.
Please i need info on something really important. How can one test for the DNA of Hepatitis B virus in serum using either dot blot hybridization or PCR technique. I will like to know where i can access the reagents or kits here in Nig.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by zingy: 2:48am On Aug 24, 2010|
hi, can anyone plz tel me what d internship year is like in Nigeria. I graduated from a uni in SA and over there the internship year comes after graduation and is when u ar basically trained in all lab departments, after which u get licensed and then specialise.
I want to know how it works in Nigeria. Are interns given more trainings like how to read plates, slides etc as well or are they now left to do things by themselves with minimum supervision during intern year?
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by chynenye(f): 8:15pm On Aug 29, 2010|
@ Zingy, Its about the same thing here in Nigeria. The interns are given a provissional lisence to practise for one year after which a full lisence will be given to them during their registration with the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) at the completion of internship .
They will be trained by the Scientists in the various departments of the laboratory and are expected to carry out certain laboratory procedures under their supervision. This means you will be expected to read plates, slides and so on after you must have been trained. You will also take calls in the different departments but will have another scientist on call as a supervisor.
In essence you are expected to perfect in carrying out all laboratory procedures on completion of internship after which you can specialize in your area.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 11:35am On Aug 30, 2010|
Lahor laboratories in Benin and Winners Medical diagnostic/research institute in Abuja are popuplar service providers in those areas you are looking for. Check www.winnieaidscure.com
I hope those will be of help.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by chynenye(f): 11:37pm On Aug 30, 2010|
Thanks Benard, I really appreciate.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by ehs(m): 1:05am On Sep 28, 2010|
First degree on clinical biochemistry (IMSU to UCLA), just want to say Hi to Med-Lab fellows.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by admiral101: 2:03pm On Sep 30, 2010|
hello every body just came in i am a mdical lab scientist with emphasis in chemical pathology , please does anyone know where is taking interns at the momment
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by mercy307(m): 8:32pm On Sep 30, 2010|
This is wonderful information. It’s great having my own people to interact with in Nairaland. I call on my colleagues in the academia to collaborate with our council and University administrations to ensure that Medical Laboratory Science is offered by all the Universities in the country. This will increase the awareness for this noble profession of ours in Nigeria.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by chynenye(f): 9:41pm On Oct 01, 2010|
I just discovered a molecular diagnostic cenre that can offer a wide range of molecular assays using DNA hybridization, PCR techniques, etc. It is located at the Medical Laboratory Science Department, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. I attended a workshop there last week and the standard is excellent. Visit their site to find out more www.safetybiomedical.org
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by tashanja(m): 8:13am On Oct 03, 2010|
Hello everybody, I am delighted to have found this forum, I am also a medical laboratory scientist, my area of specialisation is chemical pathology.
Bernad and co kudus to you all, keep the flag flying.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by summy86: 9:21pm On Oct 05, 2010|
hello Great Scientist!!!!i am excited 2 come across dis forum on net.i neva knew it existed.i am an intern Med lab Scientist currently in the Usmanu Danfodiyo Teaching hospital sokoto.i am rily iimpressed with d new leadership pf d council.dey sim 2 know wat dey r doing.d last induction dat was held in ekpoma was an example.d graduates were given thier provisional licences on dat day.smtin dat hasnt happened in a long time.i 4 example am yet 2 recieve mine even though i have paid 4 it.i will have 2 start pursuing it.but dat was under d prevoius administration.i hope dis new administration can keep it up.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by admiral101: 7:30am On Oct 06, 2010|
please i am new in this forum i just did my induction in ekpoma , chemical pathology specialty. lease i really need a place to do my internship. my name is edward and this is my number- 08030488531 .
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 12:08am On Oct 09, 2010|
My sincere apologies to everyone who had expected to find me more active here in recent times. I had been involved in promoting this forum on my facebook page.
Coming back here, i'm glad to have new members on board.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by summy86: 8:48pm On Oct 12, 2010|
@admiral101,i know dat teaching hospital is CALLING scientist for an interview 4 internship dis wik.i am nt sure of d particular date,but u could find out ASAP.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by arjeine06: 7:27am On Oct 16, 2010|
Hello, that was a great contribution to this community, benard08. I've got much information in that site. Actually I am currently a medical student and I know that to be a doctor/nurse is not easy. I want to search more articles that can help me in my studies.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 3:32pm On Nov 02, 2010|
Thanks for the complement. I wish you the best in your studies.
The Medical Laboratory Science Council Of Nigeria has finally moved its operational HQs to Abuja.
The New MLSCN HQ's Address is:
49, MAMMAN NASIRU STREET, OFF T.Y. DANJUMA ROAD, ASOKORO DISTRICT, ABUJA, FCT.
God bless Prof. Anthony Emeribe.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Kazeem001: 4:51pm On Dec 25, 2010|
Merry Christmas to you all. Its good to be here as a Med. lab. Scientist. I've read through many posts and found this portal very interactive. Pls lets all keep up the good work. I still have a lot to post about the profession. Next time. God willing!
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 10:21am On Dec 30, 2010|
Welcome to the Forum. Thanks for the post and promise to be active here.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Kazeem001: 9:17pm On Dec 30, 2010|
Hi Benard, this is Akinwande, from Ogun State. How're you doing? I just visited the mlscn website. This is surely tip of the iceberg of what we are to see from the Council under Prof. Emeribe's leadership. Bravo Prof.!
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