BMJWA hosts WRITING SKILLS WORKSHOP in Abuja

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BMJ WEST AFRICA

invites you to

BMJWA 10TH WRITING SKILLS WORKSHOP JANUARY 26 and 27, 2010. ABUJA, NIGERIA.

THEME
PROMOTING QUALITY AND SAFETY IN HEALTH THROUGH WRITING

VENUE
ROCK VIEW ROYALE HOTEL ABUJA, NIGERIA

SPECIAL GUEST OF HONOUR:
Professor Babatunde Osotimehin, Federal Minister of Health, Nigeria

CHAIRMAN:
Professor Idris Mohammed, jt. Editor-in-Chief, BMJ West Africa Edition-Nigeria
Professor Kwawukume jt. Editor-in-Chief, BMJ West Africa Edition- Ghana

CHIEF LECTURER & MODERATOR:
Professor Richard Smith, former Editor BMJ London.

THIS POPULAR SERIES WHICH IS USUALLY OVER-SUBSCRIBED IS INTERACTIVE, PRACTICAL AND SUITABLE FOR –

consultants, general/private medical practitioners, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, medical laboratory scientists, community health practitioners, tutors and lecturers, trainers, residents, postgraduate and undergraduate students in health professions

CURRICULUM:

– What editors look for and peer reviewers
– How to read, write and publish papers in health
– Critical appraisal of published health information
– Applying published results in health practice
– ICT and Health Improvement
– Practical Work

WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION FEES:

N 5,000 per participant per day payable to BMJ West Africa (covers lecture notes, hand-outs, tea and lunch breaks, certificate of full participation)

CONTACTS – BMJ West Africa Group

Website: http://www.bmjwa.com/
Business email: bmjwa@yahoo.com

Tel: 0234 (0) 803 318 3236; 0234 (0) 806 3600642; 0234 (0) 806 6269070; 0234 (0) 0803 347 44255; +44 7809880982

NIGERIA- CALABAR: 55 Atu St.; 20 Eta Agbor Rd.; Big Qua Shopping Mall.

LAGOS: LASUTH Premises, Ikeja. ABUJA: 7 Third Avenue, Gwarimpa.

GHANA – Dr Ado-Aryee, Dept of Surgery, Korle Bu Hospital, Accra.

UK – 65 Warden Hill Road, Luton. Bedfordshire.

http://www.nigeriahealthwatch.com/

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has…Margaret Mead

Chikwe Ihekweazu is an epidemiologist and consultant public health physician. He is the Editor of Nigeria Health Watch, and the Managing Partner of EpiAfric (www.epiafric.com), which provides expertise in public health research and advisory services, health communication and professional development. He previously held leadership roles at the South African National Institute for Communicable Diseases and the UK's Health Protection Agency. Chikwe has undertaken several short term consultancies for the World Health Organisation, mainly in response to major outbreaks. He is a TED Fellow and co-curator of TEDxEuston.

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