University Certificates Now Prerequisite For Housemanship – Medical Council
The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria says it is now mandatory for graduating medical Students to collect their certificates before going for their housemanship.
The Registrar of the Council Dr Tajudeen Sanusi stated this at the swearing in and induction of One hundred and thirty-two newly qualified Medical Doctors of the University of Jos.
Dr Sanusi, who was represented by the Assistant Registrar and Head of Registration Department of the Council Dr Okwokenye Henry charged the inductees to register themselves fully with the Council after their horsemanship.
The Vice Chancellor University of Jos, Professor Sebastian Maimako, represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration Professor Nelson Ochekpe called on the Medical and Dental council of Nigeria to offer maximum assistance to the University.
In his address, the Acting Provost, College of Health Sciences University of Jos, Professor Simon Yiltok attested that the Doctors had quality training as well as a Summative assessment that led to their success.
The Deputy Dean Clinical, Jos University Teaching Hospital Dr Pokop Pubwatda announced automatic housemanship to the best graduate in Paediatrics Dr Okereke Benjamin and that of Surgery Dr Nwokolo Chima.
BY: JOSIAH BUZUN/JOS