Breaking Down Barriers in Healthcare in Nigeria—Aishat Olanlege, MD

June 13, 2018

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Aishat Olanlege, MD looks at the many challenges facing her native country of Nigeria, in terms of delivering quality healthcare, improving access, and changing attitudes about modern medicine.

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Dr. Olanlege, a recent graduate of Ibadan University College of Medicine in Oyo State, Nigeria, used the healthcare policy education she received at BRI Leadership Conferences and through self-study to bring healthcare delivery solutions back to her country.

Dr. Olanlege founded BRI’s first international chapter in Ibadan (2014), and has been a featured student-speaker at several BRI Leadership Conferences. She was also interviewed for BRI’s Next Generation Medicine podcast.


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