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Prof. Saturday Job Etuk

Professor
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
sjetuk@unical.edu.ng

Professor Saturday Job Etuk was born in Ediene Ikot Ebom, Ekparakwa, Oruk Anam Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria, on 17th June, 1959. He passed his First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) with Distinction in 1971 and his West African School Certificate (WASC) in Division One with Distinction in 1978. He had his MB.BCh from the University Of Calabar College Of Medical Sciences in 1985. In 1995 he completed his residency programme and bagged the Fellowship of the West African College of Surgeons (FWACS) in the Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He also passed Part 11 Fellowship of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria in the Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (FMCOG) in 1997. He was awarded the Fellowship of the International College of Surgeons (FICS) in 2002. Professor Etuk started his academic career as Assistant Lecturer/Senior House Officer at the University of Calabar/University of Calabar Teaching Hospital in 1988 and rose through the ranks to become a Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist in 1995 in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital and a Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology in the sub-specialty of Feto-Maternal Medicine in the University of Calabar in 2005. Professor Etuk had been Acting Head of his Department, 2000 – 2002; Sub-Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, 2002 – 2004; Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, 2009 – 2010; Deputy Provost, College of Medical Sciences, 2008 – 2009 and Provost, College of Medical Sciences 2010 – 2014. He has been Editor, Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 2004 – 2016 and Hall Warden, Hall 7, University of Calabar, 2006 – till date.He has served as Externa Examiner to many medical schools including, Nnamdi Azikiwe University College of Health Sciences; College of Health Sciences, University of Port Harcourt; College of Medicine, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus; College of Health Sciences, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State; etc. He has attended many conferences within and outside Nigeria and presented papers. Professor Etuk is an Honorary Chief Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. He has served as Member, Board of Management, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Calabar (October 2010 - 2014 ); Member, Board of Management, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar (October 2010 - 2014 ); Member, Governing Board of the College of Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar (October 2010 – September 2014); Member, University of Calabar Graduate School Board (2009 – 2014); Member, Faculty Board of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria 2004 -2014; Member, Residency Training Committee, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria (2005 – 2015); Chairman of Council, Unical Chapel of Redemption Council, University of Calabar, Calabar (2011 – 2014); Member, University of Calabar Governing Council ( April 2013 – April 2017) and Member of Council of the West African College of Surgeons (March 2017 till date).Prof. Etuk has supervised twenty (20) Fellows, two (2) PhDs and one Masters Degrees. Professor Etuk has 87 publications including five (5) book chapters to his credit.He is married and the marriage is blessed with four children and two grandchildren.

Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ and Sampson-Akpan U (1996).  The influence of Cultural practice on puerperal anaemia, International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetricis 55(2):167-170.


Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Itam IH (2000), Laparoscopy in the Management of pelvic pain in Calabar, Nigeria.  Tropical Doctor, 30:140-143.


Etuk SJ, Itam IH,  Asuquo EEJ (1999). Role of Spiritual Churches in Antenatal Clinic Default in Calabar, Nigeria. East African Journal; 76(11):639-643.


Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ, Ekott MI (2000), Avoidable factors in maternal mortality follow caesarean section (excluding ruptured uterus) in Calabar, Nigeria, Tropical Doctor, 30:1-3


Etuk SJ, Itam IH, Asuquo EEJ (1999).  Morbidity and mortality in booked women who deliver outside orthodox health facilities in Calabar, Nigeria. Acta Tropica; 75: 309-313.


Etuk SJ, Etuk IS, Ekott MI, Udoma EJ (2000). Perinatal outcome in pregnancies booked for antenatal care but delivered outside health facilities in Calabar, Nigeria Acta Tropica; 75:29-33


Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ (2000).  Effects of Community and Health facility intervention on Postpartum hemorrhage. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics; 70:38-383.


Etuk SJ, Ekanem AD (2000).  Socio-demographic and reproductive characteristics of women who default from orthodox Obstetric care in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics; 73: 57-60


Etuk SJ, Etuk IS (2001).  Relative risk of birth asphyxia in babies of booked women who deliver in unorthodox health facilities in Calabar, Nigeria. Acta Tropica; 79: 143 – 147.


Udoma EJ, John ME, Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ (2004). Hysterectomies amongst Teenagers in Calabar, Nigeria Tropical Doctor; 34: 110 – 112.


Etuk SJ, Ekanem EI (2005).  Impact of Mass Media Campaigns on the knowledge and attitudes of Pregnant Nigerian women towards HIV/AIDS.  Tropical Doctor; 35: 101 – 102.


Worugji INE and Etuk SJ (2005).  The National Breast feeding Policy in Nigeria:  The Working Mother and the Law.  Health Care for Women International; 26:534 – 554.


Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Udoma EJ, Bassey EA (2005). Benign childhood Gynaecological surgical disorders in Calabar, South Eastern, Nigeria.  Tropical Doctor.  (Accepted for Publication (February 2005)


Oyo-Ita AE, Van der Kooi R, Etuk SJ, Nwagbaa E, Garner P, Mermikwu MM and Smith H (2007).  Is Obstetric Pratice in South East Nigeria based on reliable research?  African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 1 (1): 33 -36.


Ekanem AD, Udoma EJ, Etuk SJ, Eshiet AI (2008).  Outcome of Emergency Caesarean Sections in Calabar, Nigeira:  Impact of the seniority of the Medical team.  Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 28(2):198 -201.


Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ (1997) Maternal mortality following postpartum hemorrhage in Calabar:  A – 6 year review.  West African Journal of Medicine; 16(3): 165 -169.


Umoiyoho AJ, Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ (2010).  Perceptions among the Annang Women of South-South, Nigeria Regarding Health Care Information.  International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics; 108(1):77-78.


Olabisi A. Oduwole, G. C. Ejezie, Friday A. Odey, Chioma M. Oringanje, Davis Nwakanma, Segun Bello, Eniyou Oriero, Joseph Okebe, Anyawu A. Alaribe, Saturday Etuk, Martin Meremikwu (2011). Congenital Malaria in Calabar, Nigeria: The Molecular Perspective. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 84(3): 386-389.


Itemobong S. Ekaidem, Debayo M. Bolarin, Alphonsus E. Udoh, Saturday J. Etuk, Christopher E. J. Udiong (2011).Plasma Fibronectin Concentration in Obese/Overweight Pregnant Women: A Possible Risk Factor for Preeclampsia Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry 26(2): 187-192.


Oladapo OT, Adetoro OO, Ekele BA, Chama C, Etuk SJ, Aboyeji AP et al. (2015). When getting there is not enough: a nationwide cross-sectional study of 998 maternal deaths and 1451 near-misses in public tertiary hospitals in a low-income country. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 10.1111/1471 – 0528.13450


Ubong Akpan, Thomas Agan, Chinedu Okpara, Saturday Etuk (2017). Factors influencing antenatal haematinics prescription behaviour of physicians in Calabar, Nigeria. Open Access Maced J Med Sci ; 5(2): 250 - 255


Haleema Shakur, Ian Roberts, Bukola Fawole, Rizwana Chaudhri, Mohamed El-Sheikh, Adesina Akintan, Zahida Qureshi, Hussein Kidanto, Bellington Vwalika, Abdulfetah Abdulkadir, Saturday Etuk, Shehla Noor, Etienne Ason et al (2017).  Effect of early tranexamic acid administration on mortality, hysterectomy, and other morbidities in women with post-partum haemorrhage (WOMAN): an international, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial www.thelancet.com http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)30638-4


Ubong Akpan, Udeme Asibong, Mabel Ekott, Beatrice Moko, Saturday Etuk (2017). Awareness and factors that influence birth preparedness and complication readiness among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in the General Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Public Health Research 2017; 7(3): 78 – 84.


Akpan UB, Asibong U, Okpara HC, Monjok E, Etuk S (2018). Antenatal Deworming and Materno-Perinatal Outcomes in Calabar, Nigeria. Open Access Maced J Med Sci. https//doi.org/103889/oamjms2018.143


Etuk SJ, (1998).  Twinning in the West African Sub-region: Historical and Current perspectives.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 1(1): 1-5.


Oyo-Ita AE, Meremikwn MM, Asuquo EEJ, Etuk SJ (1998).Current Status of low birth weight Deliveries and some Related morbidity factors in Calabar Nigeria.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine 1(1):11-15.


Udoma EJ, Etuk SJ, Ekott MI, Asuquo EEJ (1998).     Abdominal Hysterectomy for Gynaecological conditions in Calabar.  Trends and Outcome.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 1(1): 32 -35


Ekabua JE, Itam IH, Asuquo EEJ, Etuk SJ, Etiuma AE, Jibrim P (2001).  Extrauterine Decidual Reaction in Pregnancy Presenting as an Acute Abdomen:  A Case Report.  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 18 (2): 91 -92.


Asuquo EEJ, Etuk SJ, Duke F (2001).  Staff attitude as a barrier to the utilization of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital for Obstetric Care. African Journal of Reproductive Health; 4(2): 69-73


Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Itam IH, Ekanem AD (1999).  Reasons why booked women deliver outside orthodox health facilities in Calabar, Nigeira.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy; 2(1): 90 -102.


Archibong EI, Etuk SJ (2002) Heterotopic Pregnancy following Induction of  Ovulation:  A  Case Report.  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 19(2) 115 -116.


Etuk SJ (2002). Veuous thrombo embolism in Obstetric and Gynaecological Practice:  Review of Literature and Calabar Experience.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 2(2): 26-32.


Etuk SJ, Edet EE, Oyo-Ita AE (2001).  Relative Risk of Postpartum hemorrage in antenatal clinic defaulters in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy; 4(1): 228 – 234.


Etuk SJ, Edet EE, Oyo-Ita AE (2001).  Relative Risk of Postpartum haemorrage in antenatal clinic defaulters in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy; 4(1): 228 – 234.


Udoma EJ, Udo JJ, Etuk SJ, Ekanem AD, John ME (2001).  Socio-demographic variables in Hysterectomy:  A Developing World Experience.  West African Journal of Research and Development in Education 8(2): 175-181


Udoma EJ, Udo JJ, Etuk SJ, Duke F (2001).  Morbidity and Mortality among infants with normal birth weight in a new born baby unit.  Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics; 28(1): 13 – 17


Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ, Archibong EI (2001).  Socio-economic background of Pregnant teenagers in Calabar, Nigeria.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy; 4(1): 235 – 242.


Archibong EI, Etuk SJ (2003).  Reduced Liquor drainage at delivery: An unusual Presentation of uterine rupture.  West African Journal of Medicine; 22(4): 352 – 353.


Etuk SJ, Ekanem AD (2003).  Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Family Planning Amongst Women with Unplanned Pregnancy in Calabar.  – Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences; 18(1-2): 65 – 71.


Ekure AN, Etuk SJ (2003).  Factors influencing HIV seroprevalence rate among Pregnant Women in Calabar.  Nigeria.  Global Journal of Medical Sciences; 2(2): 91 – 95.


Etuk SJ, Ebong IF Okonofua FE (2003).  Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Private Medical Practitioners in Calabar towards Post abortion Care.  African Journal of Reproductive  Health 7(3): 55-64.


Archibong EI, Etuk SJ, Sobande AA;  Itam IH, Oyakhire GK (2003).  Reduction of Caesarean section Rate in the Developing Countries: The way forward.  Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice; 6(1): 22-25.


Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ, Ekanem IE (2003).  Fertility Profile following induced Abortion in Calabar, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 20(2): 89 – 92.


Udoma EJ, John ME, Etuk SJ, Ekanem AD (2003).  Morbidity and Mortality following Emergency Obstretric Hysterectomy in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice; 5(1): 52 – 55.


Itam IH, Etuk SJ, Ekanem IA, Abasiattai AM (2003).  Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma: (A Case Report):  Management Obstacles in Developing Country.   Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 3(2): 30 – 35.


Oyo-Ita AE, Kalu QN, Mkpanam NE, Ikpeme BM, Etuk SJ(2003).  Knowledge of Reproductive Health Issues Among Secondary School Adolescents in Calabar Nigeria.  Global Journal of Medical Sciences 3(1&2): 5-8.


Ekabua JE, Ukombe EB, Agan TU Iklaki CU, Etuk SJ, ItamIH (2004).  A Seven Year Clinical Review of Marcosomic Births in Calabar.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 4(1): 32-36.


Essiet A, Etuk SJ, Bassey DE (2004).  Migrant IUD with stone formation in the Urinary bladder:  Report of a Case and Review of Literature.  Nigerian Journal of Surgery; 10(1): 21-23.


Ekabua JE, Agan TU, Etuk SJ, Itam IH, Archibong EI (2004).  The Profile of  Norplant Acceptors in Calabar.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine 4(1): 45 – 48.


Etuk SJ, Ihejiamaizu EC, Etuk IS (2004):  Female Adolescent Sexual Behaviour in Calabar, Nigeria.  The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal: 11 (4): 269-273.


Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Iklaki CU (2004).  Perinatal outcome following Singleton vaginal breech delivery in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital,  Calabar : A 10 –year Review.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 4(1): 81 – 85.


Essiet A, Irekpita EE, EtukSJ, Ekanem AD (2004) Ureteric injuries complicating obstretric and gynaecologic operations in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospitall, Calabar, Nigeria.  Global Journal of Medical Sciencies; 3(1&2): 1 – 3.


Oyo-Ita AE, Ikpeme BM, Etokidem AJ, Offor JB, Okokon EO, Etuk SJ (2005). Knowledge of HIV/AIDS among Secondary School Adolescents in Calabar – Nigeria.  Annals of African Medicine , 4(1): 2-6.


Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ, Bassey EA (2005).  Vaginal Injuries during Coitus in Calabar: A 10-year Review.  The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal, 12(2) : 140 – 143.


Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Bassey EA (2005).  Acquired Gynaetresia in Calabar:  A  Report of Two Cases and Review of Literature.  Global Journal of Medical Sciences;4(1&2):41 -43


Ekanem EI,  Udoma EJ, Archibong EI,  Abasiattai AM Etuk SJ (2005). Pregnancy outcome in women aged 40 years and above in Calabar, Nigeria.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 5 (1): 28 – 32


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Itam IH, Ekanem AD, Ekabua JE (2005).  Hydatidiform Mole in Calabr, Nigeria : A Ten-year Review.  Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 5(1): 72-76.


Etuk SJ, Oyo-Ita AE (2005).  Factors Influencing the Incidence of Preterm Birth in Calabar Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences ; 20(1-2): 63-68.


Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ, Ekanem AI and Bassey IE (2005). What Proportion of Abortion Seekers in Calabar are Really Pregnant?  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 22(1): 12-15.


Umoiyoho AJ, Abasiattai AM, Udoma EJ, Etuk (2005).  Community perception of causes of Maternal Mortality among the Annang of Nigeria’s South East Coast.  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 22(2): 189-192.


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Ekanem AD, Ekabua JE (2005).  The Impact of  Motor-cycle Accident on the Obstetric population in Calabar, Nigeria.  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology;22(2):164-167.


Abasiattai AM, Bassey EA, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ (2005). Obstructed Labour:  The University of Uyo Teaching Hospital Experience;22(Suppl.1);029.


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Asuquo EEJ, Iklaki C, Agan TU (2005).  Outcome of Pregnancy in Women with Motor-cycle accidents in Calabar Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 5(1):46-50.


Abasiattai AM, Bassey EA, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ, Ekanem AD (2006).  Caesarean Section in the management of Singleton Breech Delivery in Calabar, Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice; 9(1): 22-25.


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Itam IH, Ekott MI (2006).  The Clinical Presentation of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease in Calabar, Nigeria. Global Journal of Medical Sciences; 5(1): 45 -49.


Ndifon WO, Ogaji DST, Etuk SJ (2006).  Sexuality, Contraception and Unintended Pregnancy among female student Nurses in Calabar, Nigeria. Benin Journal of Postgraduate Medicine; 8(1): 12 -21.


Oyo-Ita AE, Etuk SJ, Ikpeme BM, Soter A, Nsan EN (2007).  Patients’ Perception of Obstetric Practice in Calabar Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice; 10(3):224-228.


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Itam IH, Ekott MI (2006).  The Clinical Presentation of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease in Calabar,Nigeria. Global Journal of Medical Sciences; 5(1): 45 -49.


Abasiattai AM, Umoiyoho AJ, Bassey EA, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ (2007). Misconception of Emergency Contraception among Tertiary School Students in Akwa Ibom State, South South Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice; 10(1): 30 -34.


Ekanem EI, Etuk SJ, Ekott MI, Ekabua JE, Iklaki C (2008).Socio demographic Profile and Presentations of Patients with Ruptured Gravid Uterus in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medicine; 17(1): 78 – 82.


Ogaji DS, Ikpeme BM, Oyo-Ita AE, Omuemu VO, Etuk SJ (2008).  Awareness and Acceptability of Strategies for preventing Mother to Child transmission of HIV among Antenatal clients in Calabar, Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Medicine;  17(1) 20-32.


Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ, Ekott MI, Iklaki CA (2008). Socio-demographic profile and presentations of patients with ruptured gravid uterus  in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medicine; 17(1): 78 -82.


Inyang-Etoh PC, Ogban GI, Inyang-Etoh EC, Useh MF, Etuk SJ (2009). Prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis Infection among Women attending Infertility Clinics in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Health and Biomedical Sciences. 8(1) 16 – 20


Etuk SJ (2009). Reproductive Health: Global Infertility Trend. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 24(2):85-90


Inyang-Etoh EC, Etuk SJ, Archibong EI (2010). Decision – Delivery Interval for Emergency Caesarean Section and Perinatal Outcome in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology; 27(2): 63 – 68.


Inyang-Etoh EC, Agan TU, Etuk SJ, Inyang-Etoh (2011). The Role of Prophylactic Antimalaria in the Reduction of Placental Parasitaemia among Pregnant Women in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Medical Journal; 52: 235 – 238


Umoiyoho AJ, Abasiattai AM, Akaiso VO, Etuk SJ, Okoi E (2011). Experience with the Repair of Vesico-Vaginal Fistula in a non-conventional setting in Sub-Saharan Africa. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 11(1): 1 – 3.


Inyang-Etoh EC, Etuk SJ (2011). Association between Parity and Episiotomy among Parturients in a Tertiary Health Care Facility in South-South Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine; 11(2): 52 – 56.


Inyang-Etoh EC, Abasiattai AM, Etuk SJ (2012). Determinants of Episiotomy and Maternal Satisfaction with the Procedure in a Tertiary Health Care Facility in Southern Nigeria. Highland Medical Journal; 11/12(1&2): 75 – 80.


Inyang-Etoh EC, Etuk SJ (2013). Demographic and Obstetric Determinants of Emergency Caesarean Section among Women in Calabar, Nigeria. Global Research Journal of Medical Sciences; 3(1): 20 – 24.


Ezeonu PO, Egede JO, Onoh RC, Dimejesi IBO, Okeudo C, Etuk SJ (2014). Incidence, risk and aetiological factors of Stillbirth at a tertiary institution in Abakaliki, South East, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine;13(1): 34 – 41.


Patience O Odusolu, Ekpo E Edet, Cajethan I Emechebe, Thomas U Agan, Andrew E Okpe, Saturday J Etuk (2016). Prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis Immunoglobulin G Antibody in Infertile Women in Calabar. African Journal of Medical and Health Sciences; 15(2): 74 – 79

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Workshop on Social Science and Epidemiologic Methodology in Reproductive Health Research
Workshop on Social Science and Epidemiologic Methodology in Reproductive Health Research organised by College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Ibadan. World Health Organisation Collaborating centre for Research and Research Training in Human Reproduction.(march 28th- 4th April 1998).
Start: Saturday 28th March, 1998
End: Saturday 4th April, 1998
West African College of Surgeons, Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1st faculty examiners’ workshop
West African College of Surgeons, Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1st faculty examiners’ workshop, Ibadan (16th October 2007)
Start: Tuesday 16th October, 2007
End: Tuesday 16th October, 2007
Training workshop on Assessment Methods (OSCE) and Examination Ethics by the West African College of Surgeons
Training workshop on Assessment Methods (OSCE) and Examination Ethics by the West African College of Surgeons ( October 15th 2016 and April, 22nd 2017)
Start: Saturday 22nd April, 2017
End: Saturday 22nd April, 2017
Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeri
Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Lagos (24th-26th November 1999)
Start: Wednesday 24th November, 1999
End: Friday 26th November, 1999
Two day Capacity Building Workshop for Academic Staff “Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education
Two day Capacity Building Workshop for Academic Staff “Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education” CTLE University of Calabar (12th-13th February 2013)
Start: Tuesday 12th February, 2013
End: Wednesday 13th February, 2013
57th Annual Conference of the West African College of Surgeons, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
57th Annual Conference of the West African College of Surgeons, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (26th February – 4th March, 2017)
Start: Sunday 26th February, 2017
End: Saturday 4th March, 2017
55th Annual Conference / Annual General Meeting of the West African College of Surgeons, Cote d’Ivoire
55th Annual Conference / Annual General Meeting of the West African College of Surgeons, Cote d’Ivoire (1st – 7th March 2015)
Start: Sunday 1st March, 2015
End: Saturday 7th March, 2015
XX FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
XX FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Rome – Italy (7th-12th October 2012)
Start: Sunday 7th October, 2012
End: Friday 12th October, 2012
Work Shop on Research Methods and Statistics for Health
Work Shop on Research Methods and Statistics for Health organised by Institute of Tropical Diseases Research and Prevention, UCTH,(15th-24th march 2009)
Start: Monday 16th March, 2009
End: Tuesday 24th March, 2009
Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Calabar (7th-9th September 1989).
Start: Thursday 7th September, 1989
End: Saturday 9th September, 1989
Family Medicine Network (FAMED) in collaboration with UNICEF
Family Medicine Network (FAMED) in collaboration with UNICEF, NPMCN, WACP workshop on Health Systems Research Methodology, Ogun State(17th-21st January 2000)
Start: Monday 17th January, 2000
End: Friday 21st January, 2000
36th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
36th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Port Harcourt (26th-29th 2003)
Start: Monday 26th August, 2002
End: Thursday 29th August, 2002
48th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
48th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Asaba – Delta State (November 2014)
Start: Monday 3rd November, 2014
End: Monday 3rd November, 2014
46th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
46th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Abakaliki Ebonyi State (20th-24th November 2012)
Start: Tuesday 20th November, 2012
End: Saturday 24th November, 2012
8th International Scientific Conference and 44th AGM, Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
8th International Scientific Conference and 44th AGM, Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Abuja (30th November – 3rd December 2010)
Start: Tuesday 30th November, 2010
End: Friday 3rd December, 2010
50th Annual Conference of West African College of Surgeons
50th Annual Conference of West African College of Surgeons, Calabar (6th-13th February 2010)
Start: Saturday 6th February, 2010
End: Saturday 13th February, 2010
Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria Workshop on Safe Motherhood Dissemination / advocacy on maternal morbidity and mortality
Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria Workshop on Safe Motherhood Dissemination / advocacy on maternal morbidity and mortality in Cross River State, (16th June 2005)
Start: Thursday 16th June, 2005
End: Thursday 16th June, 2005
West African College of Surgeons “Training of Trainers Workshop”
West African College of Surgeons “Training of Trainers Workshop” University of Ibadan, Ibadan(October 21 2013)
Start: Monday 21st October, 2013
End: Monday 21st October, 2013
37th Annual General / Scientific Conference of the International College of Surgeons
37th Annual General / Scientific Conference of the International College of Surgeons, Calabar (5th-7th June 2002)
Start: Wednesday 5th June, 2002
End: Friday 7th June, 2002
9th Annual Scientific Conference
9th Annual Scientific Conference
Start: Tuesday 12th August, 2014
End: Saturday 16th August, 2014
XIX FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
XIX FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Cape Town-South Africa(4th-9th October 2009)
Start: Sunday 4th October, 2009
End: Friday 9th October, 2009
34th Annual Scientific Conference and General Meeting of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigerian (SOGON)
34th Annual Scientific Conference and General Meeting of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigerian (SOGON) Abuja, 2000 Health Writing Skills Workshop organised by the BMJ West Africa Edition in Collaboration with Cross River State Ministry of health, UCTH (30th April 2002)
Start: Tuesday 30th April, 2002
End: Tuesday 30th April, 2002
XX1 FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Vancouver – Canada
XX1 FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Vancouver – Canada (4th – 9th October, 2015)
Start: Sunday 4th October, 2015
End: Friday 9th October, 2015
47th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria
47th Annual General Meeting / Scientific Conference of Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria, Lagos (November 2013)
Start: Monday 11th November, 2013
End: Monday 11th November, 2013
African Editors’ Conference sponsored by WHO (TDR
African Editors’ Conference sponsored by WHO (TDR), Egypt (November 2005)
Start: Monday 14th November, 2005
End: Monday 14th November, 2005
No Results for Grants/Awards Received