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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Nekibull: 7:57pm On Nov 01, 2011|
Wat happened today.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Emzybrown(m): 10:34pm On Jan 02, 2012|
Hey house, please i would love anybody out here to clarify me on the requirement and qualification required for me to get placement for internship at any federal hospital also i would love for somebody to help me wit aptitude test format with typical questions for me to get the internship placement
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by hitmanogo: 6:39pm On Feb 18, 2012|
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by dr chris(m): 11:37pm On Feb 18, 2012|
is any hospital presently takng interns? Pls holla @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by olutise(f): 1:34pm On Mar 19, 2012|
@bernard .Nice thread you put up here.i graduated from UNILORIN.I m just wandering who you are.I have got some questions to ask,but my eyes are heavy now.i ll do that later.cheers
@ ficoram. please can you help me with direct entry into UNILORIN, I have OND in SCIENCE LAB TECH wish to study Medical Laboratory Tech in Unilorin or any equivalent course
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by zahealer: 1:58pm On Apr 20, 2012|
In your post regarding cervical smear test 2years 11months ago, you mentioned its N1000 to carry out the test. I am encouraging women in my local church in Ikotun Lagos to do this test but the quote we are getting from local private diagnostic organisations is between N8000-N10000. Please direct us to where we can go get the test done for N1000 in Lagos.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Samdurance(m): 10:06am On Apr 28, 2012|
Yeah I am so Happy and Proud to see this. We are making Head ways here. Lets help one another.
Can u imagine a hospital in Enugu wanting to pay Corpers N10000? SO annoying
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Samdurance(m): 10:16am On Apr 28, 2012|
NOTICE OF INDEFINITE STRIKE
THE HON MINISTER OF HEALTH,
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH,
NOTICE OF FIFTEEN (15) DAYS –FINAL ULTIMATUM.
The Joint Health sector Unions (JOHESU) met on Tuesday and Wednesday 17th and 18th of April 2012 at the NANNM’s National secretariat, Abuja to review all the pending issues that have been a subject of negotiation between her and the federal ministry of Health since more than three years ago.
After exchaustive deliberations, it was observed that despite series of meetings held with the Federal Ministry of Health, the demands of JOHESU remain un-attended to. It was therefore resolved that a fifteen day(15) final ultimatum be given to the Honourable minister of Health and the federal ministry of health to meet the following demands of the unions or face an indefinite strike from the 7th of May 2012.
The Issues In Contention Are:
1. Non-Skipping Of Salary CONHESS 10 The need for the Head of service to withdraw the circular which prohibits further skipping of salary CONHESS 10 in the Health sector, an award that members have been enjoying since 1982.
2. National Health Bill: JOHESU has called on the Federal Ministry Of Health To constitute a stakeholders conference to agree on grey areas contained in the National Health Bill before it is re-represented to National Assembly for passage. Up-till now, the FMOH had refused to do so.
3. Presidential Committee Report On Harmony In The Health Sector:
-JOHESU noted that since November 2011 when the report was formally presented to the Honorable Minister of Health, no action has been taken to constitute a white paper committee for its implementation despite series of calls for immediate implementation by the unions.
4. Promotion Of Health Professionals From CONHESS 14 To 15
Despite the fact that the National council of establishment has approved the schemes of services that enable health professionals to be promotable to Director’s post on col 17 (CONHESS 15) to the tertiary health institutions have refused to promote our qualified members as necessary. We therefore call for the promotion of these members without further delay.
5. Consultancy& Specialist Allowance
In December 2010, the current health minister unilaterally issued an internal memo which stripped other health professionals who had earlier on had been appointed and recognized as consultants of their consultancy status stating that only medical practitioners were qualified to be so designated. Despite convincing evidences to the contrary, the Honourable minister of Health has refused to restore their consultancy status. Similarly, those health professionals who are qualified to receive specialist allowance have been derived. We call for the restoration of this status and immediate payment of specialist allowance to all those who are duly qualified to receive the allowance
6. Call Shift And Other Professional Allowances.
In 2009, it was collectively agreed that call duty allowances would be negotiated and concluded. Despite incessant request and National industrial court rulings on the matter, the federal ministry of health has refused to meet our demands. We demand urgent negotiation of call duty, shift and related allowances as soon as possible.
7. Request For Implementation Of 2008 Job Evaluation Committee Report.
Although the FMOH wants a new job evaluation report to be carried out, the JOHESU want the extent report of 2008 to be implemented first before embarking on a new one.
8. Re-Constitution Of Boards Of Managements Of Teaching And Other Tertiary Hospitals
JOHESU has observed that, the former practice whereby eight to nine persons who are medical practitioners used to form the membership of a fourteen members Board of each Teaching Hospitals whereas only one(1). Person used to represent the interest of more than fifteen other health professional groups is no longer acceptable to our unions / professional Association. We therefore request that not less than eight ( members of the management Board should be drawn from registered unions and Health professional Association in the sector.
9. Need For Review Of Retirement Ages
JOHESU demands that the retirement age of health sector professionals and workers should be reviewed in line with their university staff counterparts since it has been accepted since 1982 that staff of universities Teaching Hospitals and Research Institutes shall enjoy essentially similar conditions of service.
10. Appointment Of Honourable Ministers Of Health
The assembly of health professional Associations and JOHESU had drawn the attention of Mr. President to the dangers inherent in appointing medical practitioners alone as health minister via our advice and warning Mr. President went ahead to appoint the two ministers of health from the medical practitioners constituency without anyone from the allied health professional group. We are seriously opposed to this position. Therefore, we call on Mr. President that when he is reconstituting his cabinet the present ministers should be relocated while atleast one member of the Allied Health Professionals is appointed to achieve the most expected harmony in the health sector.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Laalamed(m): 5:18am On May 05, 2012|
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by koastar(m): 9:46am On May 14, 2012|
Pls, I want to find out if there is a school in Nigeria that offers a short duration course in Medical Laboratory Science for other health graduates such as biochemistry. Also, what is the duration of the course?
Thanks for your anticipated good response.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Alexylas: 5:54am On May 15, 2012|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by masscountry: 11:56am On Jun 18, 2012|
Please i want to ask a question, i might not be in the right place but pardon me. I want to know how much it cost for induction into AMLSN - Association of medical laboratory science of Nigeria. I took the professional exam and passed it and i was told the induction fee is N45,000 (Forty five thousand naira) i graduated from university of calabar. does induction cost this much ? please if you have taken the exam, how much did you pay for induction and maybe you can let me know how long ago. i think this fee is expensive for me because i don't even have a job.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Chudy01: 12:44am On Aug 16, 2012|
@BERNARD. U were talking about intern and director in CLS and how much they pay . i'm a CL scientist , studied in the US though but thinking of coming home what are the process and chances of practicing in nigeria if i choose to come to my homeland. do i need more than a bachelor degree?
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Emzybrown(m): 5:38pm On Dec 05, 2012|
Bringing thread back to life,Mr benard have been scarce nowadays,pls i need clinical exposure in any lab at owerri and am ready to pay for such training,am a mls 500level student imsu owerri specialty microbiology..
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by otunbaneyo09(m): 8:15pm On Jan 09|
Hello every body in the house. Please my has a certificate in xray_technicial from college of health ijero ekiti . And now she need a job please any assistance.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Aggrippa(m): 10:36am On Jan 11|
please, can young Medical Laboratory Scientists in the house do me a favour in telling the fate of BIOCHEMISTS, MICROBIOLOGISTS, e.t.c now at a dillema, who did their IT in a HOspital and who had hope of having a career in medical laboratory practice, please people they need to be heard!!!!
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Emzybrown(m): 9:42pm On Jan 11|
Aggrippa: please, can young Medical Laboratory Scientists in the house do me a favour in telling the fate of BIOCHEMISTS, MICROBIOLOGISTS, e.t.c now at a dillema, who did their IT in a HOspital and who had hope of having a career in medical laboratory practice, please people they need to be heard!!!!if you want a career in the lab as a scientist you got to study postgraduate diploma in mls,this cert offers you the opportunity to apply for licence as an associate of mls.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Aggrippa(m): 11:10am On Jan 12|
Emzybrown:thanks for your prompt reply, but does this postgraduate diploma program in MLS still exist? and if it does were exactly is the program offered i.e institutions?and what is the requirements for the program entirely? coz virtually everyone is aware that this associate program has been banned and discontinued by the MLS institue of nigeria that is if am not mistaken.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Emzybrown(m): 11:34am On Jan 12|
Ok bro,all most all the accreditated universities where mls is taught also offer pgd mls,i am sure about unn,rsust,imsu,uniben why not check on them.you can visit www.mlscn.gov.ng
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by SYNOVUS LAB: 1:43pm On Mar 15|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by kekechukwudi: 5:39pm On Mar 16|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by Abaniwol(f): 10:45pm On Mar 17|
Does studing bsc.biochemistry nd msc.chemical pathology gurantee becoming a chemical pathologist in d hospital lab.pls i nid urgent answer.tnx
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by kekechukwudi: 8:36pm On Mar 18|
fellow colleagues.....people I need help with getting a place for my internship..pls holla if u got any info. thanx
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by jeff1000(m): 11:08pm On Mar 18|
hello pple,,,i discovered dis thread a couple of days ago n hav bin following u guyz,,,,,i'm a final year student of a polytecnic studying science lab tech,,,,i'm seriously planin on getting i direct entry next year to study medical lab scienle God willin,,,,i hav a question pls,,,,,i will like to no pls if this particular profession or career will b able 2 sustain my family n i 4 our life time,,,,i mean is it worth goin back 2 skul 4?,,,,,will it put food on d table n a comfortable life,,,,,i plan 4 d future,,,please i nid ur assistance,,,enlighten me more on dis particular career,,,,,tank u,,,,i'd appreciate it,,,,cheers
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by jumsnarol: 11:02pm On Apr 04|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by mintyx(m): 10:25am On Apr 19|
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by GBSS: 1:54am On Apr 30|
pls i intent to pursue master in environmental and public health as an option in dept of med lab science. Pls i will like someone to shade more light in this area.
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by jeweller(f): 12:16pm On May 05|
I am a med lab scienteist in de making! A 300level student of University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. Here is my contact: email@example.com. I like this forum.. How can i join the forum?
|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 6:00pm On May 17|
@All forumites, truly it's been quite an age but very busy serving your interest in some other capacity.
For the enquirer who wants to know what the future holds, I want to assure you that Med Lab Science will put food on your table and more. The future is great indeed.
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|Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by jeff1000(m): 3:38pm On May 19|
tank u mr benerd,,,,i was really hopin to hear 4rm u,,,kip up d good work sir,,,God bless
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