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7 Sep
To reduce the number of Nigerians coming down with mental health problems such as depression on daily basis, the Association of Medical Social Workers of Nigeria (AMSWON), Lagos State Chapter, has trained health workers across Lagos on trauma and emergency management.
19 Aug
The Association of Medical Social Workers of Nigeria (AMSWON), Lagos State chapter, has trained health workers in Lagos State on trauma and emergency management to reduce the number of Nigerians having mental health problems and depressions.
12 Aug
The Association of Medical Social Workers of Nigeria (AMSWON), Lagos State chapter has highlighted the plight of patients seeking medical care, especially those unable to offset hospital bills...
21 Jul 2022
Ahead of its Yearly Socio-Scientific Conference/Training scheduled for August 18 and 19, 2022, at the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos, the Lagos state chapter of the Association of Medical Social Workers of Nigeria (AMSWON)...
27 Oct 2016
Association of Medical Social Workers of Nigeria (AMSWON) has called on the government at all levels to review and regulate the activities of its members in other to achieve a sustainable health care delivery in the country.

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