According to Bill Gates, the Chairman of Bill and Melinda Foundation, who has so far spent $1.6 billion on health and education in Nigeria, Nigeria is one of the most dangerous places in the world to give birth. This is appalling and needs urgent attention. One major reason why we have such poor results is the lack of collaboration amongst the stakeholders involved in developing and delivering perinatal care in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Perinatal Conference aims to have an impactful deliberation with discussions on how by collaborative working, Perinatal care providers can implement and monitor the Winning Strategies that were highlighted in the global research carried out by the Lancet Survival Strategies for maternal and neonatal health system development (2014), in the public and private sector, at primary and secondary levels. Action plans on the development of an Emergency Response System addressing maternal and neonatal service in Nigeria will also be highlighted.
This conference will host 400 Medical Professionals including Medical Doctors, Midwives, Nurses, Multidisciplinary Clinical Workforce, Researchers, Public Health Practitioners, Policy Makers, Regulatory Bodies, Pharmaceutical Organizations, Developmental Partners, Women’s Organisations, HMO’s, Financial Institutions, and Civil Society Groups.
Registration is now open to participants.
Conference Fees: N25, 000
Early bird: 20% discount before 18thOctober 2018
10% discount before 15thNovember 2018
Group discount: 10% discount on group of 5
Please make all payments to:
Bank: Skye Bank
Account Name: OUTREACH MEDICAL SERVICES
Account Number: 1771272264
Kindly send payment proof to: email@example.com
For enquiries, please contact;
Seyi Adebanjo- 07032236694, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Segun Ebitanmi – 08067644530, email@example.com