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|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 4:34pm On Dec 29, 2016|
Kudos to you @dabravo for Making yourself available to attend to queries from members. Keep it up.
Compliments of the season to everyone.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 3:26pm On Mar 08, 2016|
@Nelszx, thanks for your post on the National Industrial Court judgement.
The freedom and autonomy of the Medical Laboratory Science profession is long overdue.
Now that the court of law has made clear cut pronouncement on hitherto controversial issues, the stage is now set for true professionalism in Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 4:31pm On Feb 05, 2016|
Kudos to all of you who has sustained the thread in my absence. @Collins onovo, Med. Lab. Technician salary depends on where you work. Salaries in private labs varies depending on location and terms of employment. For those in government work, that too depends on whether it is State government of Federal government. Salary for government workers depends on prevailing circular. Think of any amount from 10,000 to around 80, 000 and above. Cheers
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 8:47pm On Jun 18, 2015|
For those who want to know the genuine way to study MED. LAB. Science in Nigeria, pls understand that no teaching hospital runs it any longer. You only study it in Nigerian Universities. You cant do MSc in Med Lab with your basic science/ medical science degree. Direct entry is the way to go if you really want to be a med. lab. scientist and own a medical laboratory. You can float a lab as a businessman but it must be managed by a licensed med. lab. scientist. cheers!
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 12:27pm On Nov 29, 2013|
Over to you folks, if you are Owerri, kindly volunteer information that can help this young MLS. Cheers.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 1:45pm On Jun 04, 2013|
Not sure if Prof. Nwana is still in Abuja Medical School but Very sure that he is still at the National Hospital Abuja. Cheers.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 6:00pm On May 17, 2013|
@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.
Direct entry is the new path for science graduates who desire to study med lab science. Cheers.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 10:37am On Apr 11, 2011|
If you want to study medical laboratory sciences in Nigeria as a graduate of microbiology, you'll need to apply for a direct entry to any of the universities offering medical laboratory sciences provided you have credit in English, maths, chemistry, physics and biology.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 10:50pm On Feb 15, 2011|
@Niyimat and Monik,
Glad having you on board here to make comment.
Your repeated participation will be highly beneficial to all.
Wishing you the best.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 12:04pm On Jan 22, 2011|
Your best bet now is to study Medical Laboratory Science in any of the Nigerian Universities running the course.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 7:41pm On Jan 11, 2011|
Very Glad to have you in this forum. Your frequent visit and participation shall be highly appreciated. Welcome!
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|Career / 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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All of you who have been making enquiry can now locate the website here:
You Really Need To Visit The Site To Appreciate The Great Work Done By The New Registrar-Prof. Anthony Emeribe. Thumbs Up For Him.
|Career / 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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|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 12:08am On Oct 09, 2010|
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Coming back here, i'm glad to have new members on board.
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I love you all and wish you the best as always.
Kindly feel free to come here often for the greatest technological opportunity available for our profession in Nigeria.
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|Career / 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.
@ Zingy and Otitor
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|Career / 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.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 11:25am On Jun 04, 2010|
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|Career / 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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|Career / 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.
Nevertheless, to serve as a bonus for you, I currently practice at Unilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin. My area of specialization is histopathology.
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|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 1:27pm On May 14, 2010|
I wish to formerly welcome you to the forum. Thanks for your contributions. We'll love to have you always in the house to make the forum more useful to members.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 1:32pm On May 04, 2010|
Welcome to this forum.
The profession of medical laboratory science had a very humble beginning in Nigeria. It was birthed by the military government through decree 56 of 1968. Then, it was a middle level manpower and the professionals called medical laboratory technologists in line with the British model.
Over the years, the profession had witnessed significant change in scope of training and practice to comform with modern changes in laboratory diagnoses.
Government in appreciation of the evolution and radical changes in the profession changed the name of the professionals to medical laboratory scientists through decree 59 of 1999. Prior to this time, training of medical laboratory scientists had shifted to the universities in most part of Nigeria except the South-West.
A bold step was further taken by government in 2003 by the signing into law of the Medical Laboratory Science Council Of Nigeria Act 11 of 2003 to fully transform the profession into a chartered status which effectively moved the professionals from middle level manpower to high level manpower.
With this, training of medical laboratory scientists become exclusive to the university.
Graduates train for 5years after which they undergo a mandatory intership program prior to NYSC.
As a result, professionals can now reach the peak of their career which is now wide open.
The scope of work is well documented in the scheme of service for each cadre of medical laboratory scientist from Medical Laboratory Scientist 1 to Director of Medical Laboratory Services.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 4:13pm On Mar 29, 2010|
@Ogechike and Nnewa,
I wish to personally welcome you to the forum. I'm glad that young medical laboratory scientists are finding it as a great resource centre on issues concerning medical laboratory science. Please feel free to participate and contribute your own quota to the development of the forum. Pass the word round to others yet to know of its existence.
Now to your question. Look around for internship placement in any of the teaching hospitals closest to you or federal medical centre. I wish you best of luck.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 4:21pm On Mar 16, 2010|
I am not sure of the date for the biomedical day celebration yet but be sure it will hold at the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos.
The website of the council has not been launched. You can confirm through google search.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 4:12pm On Mar 16, 2010|
Welcome to the forum. As for your querry, there are several M.Sc. degree options for you depending on your specialization. Most universities in Nigeria offer post-graduate degrees in Medical microbiology, chemical pathology, haematology and more recently histopathology.
Check out for adverts in Nigerian newspapers. University of Ilorin, Calabar, Benin, Ambross Ali, University of Nigeria Nsuka lead the pack in this direction.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 3:21pm On Feb 27, 2010|
On monday 22nd february 2010, the Nigerian tribune reported that the Senate of the University of Ilorin has approved the commencement of the degree programme in Medical laboratory science starting from the 2011/2012 session.
This piece of glad tidings will interest all medical laboratory scientists in Nigeria and abroad. Certainly, more opportunities that will last long will be opened for more Nigerians at home and abroad seeking opportunities in Medical Laboratory Science. It is sure that our colleagues with post-graduate degrees will be employed to lecture when the programme kick off.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 3:17pm On Feb 27, 2010|
The month of February is coasting to a graceful end. Please let's renew our practicing license. This is the only way we can commit ourselves more to the profession and prove that we are real professionals.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 3:15pm On Feb 27, 2010|
don't mind my late reply to your post. I welcome you to this forum. Please keep visiting so that the flag could be kept flying.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 12:33pm On Jan 05, 2010|
I write to wish you compliments of the season and a happy new year.
I also want to thank you for being part of my life. You are simply wonderful.
As you already know, the year is already counting by the day. It is your responsibility to make this year your best year ever.
Here is a simple blueprint that can empower you to get the best this year:
1. Seek The Lord
2. Set The Limits
3. Strengthen Yourself
4. Study and Learn
5. Stretch The Limits
6. Shun Laziness
7. Shin As Light.
Seek first the kingdom of God and its righteousness because you cannot have true success without Him.
Set goals for the new year. Time is life. It is not to be wasted on frivolities.
Surround yourself with people who agree with your dream and vision.
Find time to read good books to develop yourself. Take bold steps to go the extra mile in whatever you lay your hands on. Always give the best.
Say an emphatic No to laziness and your productivity will improve. Let your light shine and stay away from evil deeds. Whatever you want men to do to you, do to them likewise. That is the golden rule for successful living.
I look forward to finding laughter in your mouth by the time we'll breast the tape for the end of this year.
|Career / Re: Medical Laboratory Scientists Forum by benard08(m): 9:42am On Nov 16, 2009|
I believe some medical laboratory scientists must have had similar experience.
Things will be better when the MLSCN step up its regulatory functions in the area of
Importation and use of chemicals and laboratory reagents. NAFDAC has been trying in this area but it is better done by professionals.
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