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I’ve always maintained that knocking Governor B.R. Fashola (SAN) for his achievements all because I’m running for Governor on a different platform will just be playing mere politics – and that’s not what I’ve set out to do in this campaign. 657 more words


11 Things Healthcare Professionals Wish You Knew

As an English major and an avid writer I never expected to—or remotely wanted to—work in healthcare. But in May of 2014 after being laid off from a… 1,742 more words

A call for increased use of seasonal influenza vaccine in healthcare workers

As we are now in the midst of influenza season and there have been an impressive number of patients with influenza on our pulmonary service, I thought I would take a minute to discuss mandatory influenza vaccine for health care workers. 903 more words


Notes from the field: investigation of contacts of a health care worker who worked while ill with pertussis - Maryland, august-september 2014.

On September 5, 2014, the public health department of a Maryland hospital was notified of a case of Bordetella pertussis infection confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in a staff health care worker (HCW). 164 more words


WHO report: 838 healthcare workers have contracted Ebola, 495 of those have died.

The World Health Organization has said in its latest situation report that a total of 838 healthcare workers are known to have contracted Ebola in West Africa as of January 4, 2015, and 495 of these have died. 61 more words


Back to it

Just grabbing a few minutes before the madness starts again, in all sense of the word! Boys are at nursery today, due to be picked up in an hours time, so time for a quick cuppa and jot a few words out there! 592 more words


A Letter to Someone

So, I have a tendency to think in letter form when I wish I could tell someone something. This may sound like a “once in a while” thing, but honestly it is an all the time thing. 840 more words