At regular intervals, HALA organizes medical fairs, conferences, talks, public lectures and seminars in communities across Sub-Saharan Africa. Target beneficiaries are the citizenry, community leaders and government officials. The primary focus of these seminars and workshops is to promote knowledge and the practice of preventive medicine.
October 26th, 2011- Public Lecture and Luncheon of HALA Magazine.
Lagos University Medical Society (umbrella body of the College of Medicine, CMUL and Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH) in collaboration with Health And Life Africa Healthy-living Initiative (HALA) presents a 1-day Public Lecture on: The Truth About Emotional Disorders.
“Focus on AFTER-CHILDBIRTH PSYCHIATRY DISORDERS: DEPRESSION, MYTHS AND STIGMA”
- Dr. Erinfolami AR
- Dr. Oshodi OY
- Dr. Aina OF
Attendance is FREE. View Pictures on our Facebook page.
July 4th, 2012- LIVE CHAT with the Fertility Expert, Prof. Giwa-Osagie
In tandem with our Infertility Edition of HALA Magazine which featured the ace fertility expert, Prof. Giwa-Osagie, OON. COL as our Guest Contributor, www.hala-hi.org proudly hosted Prof. Giwa-Osagie for a 2-hour FREE Live Chat question and answer session online.
Kindly view the Live Chat page here: Live Chat with the Fertility Expert, Prof. Giwa-Osagie
July 27th, 2012- HALA Healthy-living Drive
#Talk.D.Talk… This FREE Medical event/program encompasses series of open learning workshops and events that solely aim at creating fun pro-healthy practical activities which may take diverse settings but are specifically focused on helping people to put practical knowledge to test. Their emphasis is on engaging people by allowing active participation as much as possible.
July 27th, 2012- Maiden HALA Healthy-living Drive held at the Odi-Olowo/Ojuwoye Local Council Development Area Ilupeju, under the Mushin Local Government Area with the Batches A & C NYSC Members.
- Venue: Odi-Olowo/Ojuwoye LCDA Ilupeju, Mushin LGA.
- Topic: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (focus on Gonorrhoea)
- Resource Person: Dr. Iruoma Iloabuchi
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