Plateau Set To Host Neurological Surgeon Doctors In November
Plateau state is set to host 67 Neurological surgeons medical doctors on 23rd of November,2016 with a call on them to reposition the health care system for better service delivery.
The Gbong Gwom Jos, Da Jacob Gyang Buba tasked Neurological surgeons to create awareness for citizens to know the causes Brain diseases so as to avoid issues that give rise to neu-surgeon.
The monarch made this call Wednesday in his palace when officials of the Nigerian Academy of Neurological Surgeons, NANS paid him a courtesy call to intimate him on their informed programme for the state.
Having been briefed on the responsibilities of NANS, which it is said to be brain surgery, Da Jacob Gyang Buba commended the surgeons for the great jobs they have being doing to help humanity.
Gbong Gwom however said for the Northern Nigeria to have produced the first batch of the categories of surgeons in 1985, it implies that they have thought it wise to return home and train more personnel in the field, is an enormous tasked that must not let to fail.
“I assure you that for the northern Nigeria to have produced you in 1985, it means you have a long way to go. And for your desire to come and help train others, the traditional institution in plateau state state will pray for you and give you necessary backings to succeed”.
Earlier, the theme leader, Dr. Peter Binitie, who was accompanied by Fêlimo golwa said they were in the Monarch’s palace to invite him to their 7th Annual scientific conference. And the Annual General Conference of the NANS scheduled to hold in Jos, the Plateau State capital between of the 24th and 26th of November, 2016.
Dr. Peter Binitie explained that the conference which is tagged, “Tin City 2016” will be focusing on its search light on its theme, “Neorotrauma: congenital CNS malformations”.
He said the choice of the nearotrauma is apt in its true sense, considering the fact that, “trauma to the cranio-spinal axis will continue to be endemic plague in our society today and constitutes the bulk of the case handled by neorosurgeons.