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Nigeria Health Watch on Twitter!

Are you following Nigeria Health Watch on Twitter? If not …you should. When we started this blog in 2007, Twitter did not exist and we sometimes tried to summarise health stories for you here. But with Twitter – there is a much more efficient way of doing this. Not only do we share health stories out of […]

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Nigerian Ministers of Health communicating with new media tools

Communication is critical to leadership, critical to management, and extremely critical to health care; from the nurse to the Minister. Communication lies at the heart of every aspect of health; including disease prevention, health promotion, treatment and care. Therefore; timely, accessible and credible health information is critical for improving public health outcomes. Yet, in our Nigeria, […]

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Nigeria Health Watch on Twitter

There are many reasons why you should be on Twitter. Information on the things that matter most can be found more quickly on Twitter than anywhere else (ask the Egyptians). You can follow the people you want to follow or follow the stories you want to follow. By searching with the hashtag #Nigeria, you will find all […]

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Twitter and Nigeria Health Watch

Long before we started blogging, we would copy and paste the few stories on health from the Nigerian press on emails, and send these round. When we started blogging, we would intermittently dedicate one blog to news articles. We knew this was inefficient, but we were trying to find a balance between informed commentary on the […]

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Nigeria Health Watch on Twitter: aggregating health stories out of Nigeria

Those of you that read Nigeria Health Watch regularly, will know that we routinely collect interesting health news stories in the Nigerian press, and then blog about them. Well, technology is evolving rapidly. Information placed in the hands of the citizens will change our relationship with our “leaders” forever. So, as Nigerians prepare to monitor the polls, […]