The Institute Of Nursing Research, Nigeria Congratulates Its Director Of Research And Statistics On Her Graduation From The Prestigious Global Nursing Leadership Institute Programme
According to the ICN, GNLI is a strategic policy leadership programme focused on strengthening an individual’s political and policy understanding and influence. It is committed to sustainable development and explores key themes that support the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals…
Introduction On the 12th of June 2023, The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development released a notice warning the general public in Nigeria on the outbreak of Anthrax in some neighbouring countries within the West African Sub-Region, specifically, Northern Ghana bordering Burkina Faso and Togo. Anthrax is a severe infectious disease caused by a bacteria called Bacillus anthracis. […]
The CEO Of The Institute Of Nursing Research, Nigeria Bags PhD From The Nethersole School of Nursing, Chinese University, Hong Kong
At the Institute of Nursing Research Nigeria, it is with great joy that we celebrate our dear CEO, Dr Akingbade Oluwadamilare, as he bags a PhD from the Nethersole School of Nursing, Chinese University, Hong Kong. Dr Akingbade Oluwadamilare was recently honoured with two awards — Scholastic Excellence and Commitment In Chronic Illness Care and Outstanding Academic Performance in […]
Congratulations To The CEO of The Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria, Oluwadamilare Akingbade, As He Becomes A Certified Global Nurse Consultant
“The Certified Global Nurse Consultant (CGNC) Program was designed in collaboration with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) to recognise expert nurses who seek to be recognised for their knowledge and experience.”
Celebrating INR’s CEO, Akingbade Oluwadamilare With These Hearty Testimonies & Comments From INR’s Community
“Knowing you has been a blessing unto me and I appreciate the day our paths crossed. You are full of energy and enthusiasm. Keep soaring higher. Happy Birthday, Sir!”
…To deepen the bond between both organizations, a “Tea-time” was organized as part of the Institute’s strategic move to spread its message of research and leadership excellence among nurses in Nigeria…
Medication errors cause at least one death every day and injure approximately 1.3 million people annually in the United States of America alone. While low- and middle-income countries are estimated to have similar rates of medication-related adverse events to high-income countries, the impact is about twice as much in terms of the number of years of healthy life lost…
“I am particularly interested in how the intersection of gender, race, class, nationality, and immigration status influence the health of vulnerable migrant groups in Canada as well as the policy and practice implications.”
The campaign was remarkable, as over a thousand-eight hundred girls from Holy Rosary Girls’ Secondary School and Amuzukwu Girls’ High School, both in Umuahia, Abia State.
The Institute of Nursing Research, Nigeria celebrates Dr. Tola Yetunde, Director, Research and Statistics.