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Surname: Akpo
Other Names: Emmanuel Esaba
Date of Birth: September 25th 1966
Country of Origin: Nigeria
Cantact Address: Global Medical Missions
                  P. O. Box 10183,
                  Unijos P. O. Jos.
                  Plateau State. Nigeria.
Phone: +2348037053551
Languages Spoken: English, Currently Learning French
E-mail: manieakpo@global-medicalmissions.org


QUALIFICATIONS:
   A. Fellow, Medical College of Surgeons of Nigeria. (FMCS) (May 2003).
   B. Part 2, National Postgraduate Medical College. Nigeria. (May 2003).
   C. Part 1, National Postgraduate Medical College. Nigeria. (May 1999).
   D. Primaries, West African College of Surgeons.(October, 1995).
   E. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS, Nigeria) (1992).


HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:
   A. Fifteen years experience as a medical practitioner in Nigeria
   B. Nine years experience as an ultrasonologist
   C. Seven years experience as a cystoscopist
   D. Seven years experience as a proctologist
   E. Computer literate
PERSONAL SKILLS:
      An honest, dedicated, hardworking, loyal and flexible young man whose surgical
       skills I am confident of. (Dr. V. M. Ramyil, Consultant Urologist; Current
       member of the Board of Examiners, National Postgrduate Medical College Of
       Nigeria and Former Chief Medical Director, Jos University Teaching Hospital,
       Jos. Plateau State. Nigeria).
      An experienced skillful young consultant with good innovation and an excellent
       zeal for patient care. (Dr. N. Dakum, Consultant Surgeon, Jos University
       Teaching Hospital, Jos. Plateau State. Nigeria).


POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
  1. Chief Executive Officer, Global Medical Missions, a non-profit medical
       organization based in Nigeria and dedicated to free health care delivery.
  2. Former Nigerian coordinator, Christian Medical Fellowship, a non-profit medical
       organization based in the United States of America and dedicated to free health
       care delivery world wide.
  3. Former coordinator of Nigerian volunteers under the G77 South-South Healthcare
       Delivery Programme to Sierra Leone.
  4. Currently involved in the training of medical students, resident doctors at
       postgraduate level and care of general surgical patients as well as organization of
       medical instructional workshops and free healthcare delivery services.
  5. Currently involved in recruitment of medical volunteers within Nigeria for
       participation in free healthcare delivery programmes under the Christian Medical
       Fellowship Programme.
  6. Chairman, workshop on legal aspects of the management of health care services
       in Nigeria (2003).
  7. Chief Resident, Surgery Department Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos.
       Nigeria (1999-2000).
  8.   Overseeing the activities of the Ear, Nose and Throat unit, Jos University
       Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria for six weeks (1998).




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  9. Overseeing the activities of the orthopedic unit, Jos University Teaching Hospital,
     Jos. Nigeria for two weeks (1998).
  10. Overseeing a general surgical unit, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria
     for six weeks (1999).
  11. Coordinating the clinicopathological conference in the Surgery Department, Jos
     University Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria (1999-2000).


SKILLS/MOTIVATION:
  A. Implementing free surgical healthcare delivery programs in rural Africa under
     Global Medical Missions.
  B. Successfully organized and hosted a team of seventy (70) medical volunteers
     from the United States of America and Nigeria on a two-week free healthcare
     delivery programme in Nigeria under the auspices of Christian Medical
     Fellowship, CMF, 2004, 2005.
  C. Developed and implemented a weekly clinical/monthly mortality surgical review
     meetings updating knowledge and enhancing surgical patient care at the Dalhatu
     Araf Specialist Hospital, Lafia, Nasarawa State. Nigeria (2003).
  D. Initiated and implemented a new postgraduate primary examination preparatory
     programme for medical doctors in Surgery Department at the Dalhatu Araf
     Specialist Hospital, Lafia. Nasarawa State. Nigeria (2003).
  E. Restructured the department of Surgery and reorganized the casualty unit of the
     Dalhatu Araf Secialist Hospital, Lafia. Nasarawa State. Nigeria (2003).
  F. Initiated and implemented the Continuous Medical Education (CME) programme
     with the production of a better workforce through knowledge-update and re-
     orientation of medical and allied professionals at the Dalhatu Araf Specialist
     Hospital, Lafia. Nasarawa State. Nigeria (2003).
  G. Redesigned and implemented a new tutorial programme in Surgery for the
     medical students at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos (Nigeria) resulting
     in about 89.5% pass rate (year 2001) and my being given the “Best Resident
     Doctor” award (2001).




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  H. Initiated a new training programme for the Junior Residents in surgery
     department, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria increasing their skills
     by about 70% and boosting the hospital’s income by at least $5, 000 a week
     (2000) and culminating in the nationwide training programme in ultrasonography
     offered by this institution.
  I. Developed a call duty pattern for Surgery Department, Jos University Teaching
     Hospital, Jos (Nigeria) culminating in increased efficiency and yet creating 24-48
     extra hours for residents to study per week (2000).


WORK HISTORY:
            CEO, Global Medical Missions (2005-Till Date)
            Nigerian Director: Christian Medical Fellowship (2003 – 2004)
            Consultant General Surgeon: Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital, Lafia.
             Nigeria (2003 – 2004).
            Senior Registrar: Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria(1999-
             2002).
            Junior Registrar: Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria(1996-
             1999).
            Medical Officer: Chilas Specialist Hospital, Jos. Nigeria (1994-1996).
            National Service Year: Cottage Hospital, Wase. Nigeria (1993-1994).
            Housemanshp: Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos. Nigeria (1992-
             1993).


MEMBERSHIP/VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONAL JOBS:
  1. Fellow, Medical College Of Surgeons (Nigeria).
  2. Volunteer, G77 South-South Healthcare Delivery Programme.
  3. Nigerian Director, Christian Medical Fellowship (a non-profit medical
     organization) (USA)
  4. Member, Nigerian Medical Association
  5. Member, Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria
  6. Member, Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria


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  7. Volunteer, Pro-Health International (a non-profit medical organization) (Nigeria)
  8. Volunteer, Faith Alive Foundation (a non-profit medical organization) (Nigeria)
  9. Former member, Mass Casualty Protocol Team, Jos University Teaching
     Hospital, Jos. Nigeria




RESEARCH/PROJECTS:
         A. Akpo E. E: Improvised chest drainage. Africa Health 2005; 27 (2): 3.
         B. Akpo E. E: Giant Hydrocele: an epitome of neglect (In print)
         C. Effects of smoking on lung ventilation: a project submitted to the
             department of community health, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos.
             Nigeria (1992).
         D. Abdominal Midline Incision Closure: a randomized comparison of
             continuous and interrupted closure. A research project submitted to the
             National Postgraduate Medical college of Nigeria (2003).
         E. A Prospective analysis of 33 genitourinary injuries (a paper presented at
             ASON, Sokoto. Nigeria. 2003).




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