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The Nigerian Regional Faculty is running its workshop: Capacity building for clinical research in the face of disaster and conflict situation in middle and low income countries at the National Hospital, Abuja on 28th January 2017. 
This workshop is aimed at research staff of all levels and roles, so whether you're a student or an advanced Principal Investigator, please join us!
The workshop is free for all attendees, but registration is ESSENTIAL because it is very likely to be oversubscribed, so those who do not register will not unfortunately be able to attend. Lunch is provided, but costs such as travel costs are not covered. To register, please email with your name, job title, department and place of work. 
View the event poster here

  • GHN_Editors The Editorial Team 24 Jan 2017

    This meeting is NOW FULL and heavily over subscribed, thank you to all for your interest! We will ensure that the outputs from the event are shared online.

  • The forthcoming research capacity building workshop is going to be different from the three previous ones conducted by the Nigerian Faculty. It will attract policy makers, diplomats, Government agencies, Legislators, researchers, clinicians, pharmacists, nurses, laboratory scientists and students.
    New Faculty members are going to be inducted and hopefully, The Nigerian Faculty Wepage of GHT will be launched. I use this opportunity to encourage those interested in building a clinical research career in Nigeria to register and participate in this epoch making workshop. See you in National Hospital Abuja on Saturday 28th January 2017 for the workshop.