Another MANSAG meeting in the UK

From Nigeria Health Watch Wed Dec 12 2012, 05:37:00

Each year, the umbrella group for Nigerian Doctors in the UK, MANSAG, holds an annual conference. The 2012 conference held recently in Leeds and there was a good turnout from Nigerian doctors, nurses and medical students and their families from across the UK as well as key speakers from Nigeria and the UK.

IKE ANYA attended for Nigeria Health Watch. His reflections from the event are summarised below.

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