Tulay-Solanke was presented the award at a ceremony recently held on November 10 in Orvieto, Italy before the assembly of more than 60 international participants attending the Harvard Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery course, sponsored by Harvard Medical School.
Thousands of Liberians are turning up to benefit from free medical care services, as a U.S. medical team continues its mission to the country this week.
Several women are expected to benefit from free fistula surgery at the G. W. Harley Hospital in Sanniquellie beginning on November 12.
Authorities of the SDA Cooper Hospital and the Liberia Cancer Society are partnering to kick off a screening program for breast cancer in Monrovia.
A few days before World Mental Health Day, Liberia’s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, celebrated the graduation of 22 specialized child and adolescent mental health clinicians at the Monrovia City Hall.
At a program marking World Pharmacist Day at the A. M. Dogliotte College of Medicine, a clinical pharmacist has called on Liberian pharmacists to do more than “push cartons” around health facilities.
Amid reports of drugs shortage at several health facilities in Bong and Margibi, Dr. Bernice Dahn, the minister of health, has described the drug supply chain as a major challenge despite efforts by her ministry to address the situation.
In what has been a gloomy week for the Ganta United Methodist Hospital, a fire gutted a doctors’ residence, killing an Indian dentist who was on a one-year assignment in Liberia.