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Mrs Eunice A. Osian

Mrs Eunice A. Osian, born to a pious Catholic family of Late Mr Patrick O. and Madam Cecilia A. Azike hails from Umunede in Ika North East, Delta State.

She is a registered Nurse/Midwife, Nurse Educator and has HND (Public Health Nursing), BNSc(NOUN), MSc Nursing and PhD Nursing in view (University of Benin). She holds a  Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Benson Idahosa University) and an International Award in Delivering Training (IADT) as well as a certificate in the 1st International Training of Trainers in Geriatrics.

A Fellow of the West Africa Postgraduate College of Nurses and Midwives(WAPCNM), member of Nigerian Institute of Management and member of Igbinedion University Okada (IUO) Governing Council Committee on Igbinedion College of Health Technology, Benin City.

She is a resource person to London Professional Training Center (LPTC), Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Program(MCPDP). A part-time facilitator and supervisor at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).

She is the immediate past Head of Nursing Services, University of Benin Teaching Hospital and now a lecturer in Nursing Science Department, Benson Idahosa University. She has to her credit fifteen (15) publications at the local, national and international journals with over fifty (50) paper presentations to various bodies and organizations. She is also the author of the book titled “Marriage and You”.

She happily married to Sir Odafi B. Osian, blessed with children, daughters in-law and grandchildren. She is the founder and current President of a philanthropic organization (Cream Ladies Club of Nigeria).

In 2018, she  was conferred with the Queen of Saints award, Noble Order of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knight of St John International.

 

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