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Pflege in Nigeria _ Das 13. FH-Blog

06.08.2018 Nigeria - DISCUSSION

THE ENDE OF MY WORK


Hallo my Precious Reader,

Nursing as a passion to save lives and to serve others is my motto in this great medical field. In the recent time this has been compared from  two countries-on the one hand Deutschland that is seen as one of the most develped countries in Europe and at the other hand Nigeria that is seen as the most populous country in African but still seen as a developing country. As a trained nurse in  Deutschland who is still studing for B.S Nursing in this developed world,my experiences in the two countries  offer me opportunity to tap from these countries for a better development of the nursing ...

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05.08.2018 Nigeria - WEEKEND PROGRAMM

THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY OF MEETING A HAPPY RELIGIOUS FAMILY


Hallo My Precious Reader,

mehr >Annunciation hospital is owned and managed by the members of my religious congregation (D.D.L) as l mentioned above. This family of love meets annually for social gathering in which the members share jokes, do a lot of attainments and merriment. This is a really a time of relapsing from work in order to be strong in the various apostolates ...

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03.08.2018 Nigeria

ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY (A & E) WARD


Hallo my Preicous Reader,

In this cassulty and emergency ward the various accident victims are given intensive and emergency  treatment. l was privileged to assist the nurses on duty who had a lot of patients to be treated ...

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02.08.2018 Nigeria

INTENSIVE CARE UNIT


Hallo my Precious Reader,

Life is really a mystery, a saying goes among my people that only God has the verdict on the termination of one's life no wonder my people answer names such as Chijindu (God holds the key to life), Chigaekwu (God will say)to mention but a few. Today l worked in the intensive care unit where patients ...

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01.08.2018 Nigria

THE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT


mehr >Hallo my precious Reader,

The wonderful experience of working in the above department gives me another aspect of the nursing work.

The workers here were qualified radiologists that did a three year university programm ...

mehr >


31.07.2018 Nigeria

THE DENTAL CLINIC EXPERIENCE


mehr >Hallo my pericous Reader,

Every part of the human body is as important as the other as.When one is in pain, all the other parts of the human body share in the same fate. l was given the opportunity to work in the dental department of the hospital ...

mehr >


30.07.2018 Nigeria

SEVENTH DAY - MALE SURGICAL WARD


mehr >Hallo  my Precious Reader,

The nursing care and the sacrifice that are offered by the members of the family  are food for though. lnasmuch as there is no accommodation for the relatives of the patients who are given the responsibilty ...

mehr >


29.07.2018 Nigeria - WEEKEND PROGRAMM

THE SIXTH DAY - THE DAY OF MEDITATION AND REST


Hallo my preicous Reader,

mehr >Meditation is necessary for the physiological, psychological and spiritual development of a man. l used the time for meditation to reflect on the poor health system in my beloved country of birth. The ugly practice of still using the analogue system of storing information in Nigeria as against the digitalized system in our global world. The  painful practice of allowing the patients to provide by themselves ...

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28.07.2018 Nigeria - WEEKEND PROGRAMM

THE FIFTH DAY: EXCURSION


Hallo my Preious Reader,

Amehr >ll works but no play makes jack a dull boy is an English proverb that shows that man needs to have a break in order to be sound physically, spiritual and psychological. In view of this, l had to go for a lot of sight-seeing with my fellow sisters ...

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27.07.2018 Nigeria

THE FOURTH DAY - FEMALE SURGICAL WARD


Hallo my Preciuos Reader,

mehr >Surgical operation involves among other things three important factors. These important factors are medical personals: medical equipment and good infrastructure in the hospital ...

mehr >


26.07.2018 Nigeria

THE THIRD DAY: DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE


mehr >The importance of family is portrayed in this department that l worked today. This department deals with out-patients unlike yesterday that l worked with in-patients.

In this  department patients with Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and Acquired immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). In this section ...

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25.07.2018 Nigeria

SECOND DAY - GENERAL WARD


mehr >Today l had the privilege of working in the general ward. The day started with community prayer in the hospital chapel.The usual routine is that a Nun leads in the prayer that includes among the intentions, the spiritual healing of the patients  in the hospital ...

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24.07.2018 Nigeria

FIRST DAY IN THE HOSPITAL


mehr >The nostalgia of travelling home could have been told by another if our flight Lufthansa had plan crash. Before landing in Nigeria, We were more than two hours hovering round the airport because of visibility problem. The airport workers had announced to the passengers of the eminent danger of landing with poor visibilty. At last it was a successful flight as l was warmly welcomed by my family members at the airport with flowers and cheerful faces. what a moment, such reception has created lasting memorial ...

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20.07.2018 Nigeria

A DAY TO MY JOURNEY IN NIGERIA (HOME OF BIRTH)


My cherished and precious reader,

I am Sr. Maria Chibuzo Ogu, a B.Sc. student of Diaconia University of Applied Science Bielefeld whose passion for saving lives and serving others, motivate in this nursing profession both as a student and a qualified working nurse in Deutschland ...

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FH-Diakonie 'proudly presents':

Willkommen SR. Maria Chibuzo Ogu!


Liebe Blog-LeserInnen,

die FH-Diakonie ist stolz darauf dass regelmäßig Studierende ins Auslands-Praktikum gehen. Jetzt aktuell: SR. Maria Chibuzo Ogu aus dem Kurs PB17. Darum setzen wir unseren 'Auslands-Blog' fort.

Bisher haben uns hier Regine Kuck aus Boston (im Mai 2013), Christel Nolan aus Ottawa (Winter 2013/14), Stefan Grunde aus Saskatoon (Winter 2014), Nadine Wildemann und Kerstin Müller aus Irland (Sommer 2014), Margarete Albrecht, Jochen Hübscher und Ingo Brinksmeyer aus Finnland (Herbst 2014), Mareike Schöning (Frühsommer 2017), Janina Matzmohr und Egzona Faqi (Sommer 2017), Melanie Rautert, Rabea Thamm und Katja Torunski und Jana Schmidt (Sommer 2018) berichtet über das Recovery-Konzept in den USA, forensische Pflege in Kanada, Pflege in Irland sowie im Krankenhaus in Finnland, über ambulante Pflege in Schweden, Krankenhaus-Pflege im Intensiv- und Chirurgiebereich, Nachbarschaftspflege, Kinderonkologie und Altenpflege in Thailand.

Begrüßen Sie also nun herzlich SR. Maria Chibuzo Ogu, die sich und ihr Reiseziel hier vorstellen wird - soviel hat sie uns schon verraten: Es geht vom 6. - 21. August 2018 nach Enugu in Nigeria. Also - hier: ...

Mit herzlichen Grüßen - Martin Eickhoff-Drexel (Hochschulkommunikation)


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