Since I started the Flying Doctors Nigeria Air Ambulance (www.flyingdoctorsnigeria) service, my work has taken me all over the world, especially to remote parts of West and Central Africa.
This has given me a lot insight into healthcare and healthcare solutions for Africa. See my profile. I have published 3 healthcare books and multiple articles on healthcare in the New York Times, Linkedin (Awarded as a Linkedin Top Healthcare writer, 2 years in a row), the Stanford Review, here on medium, on Techcabal and on CNN.
So many people have asked me to put all my articles in one, place. So here it is. One of my earliest was 2013 in the New York Times. Africa’s Trauma Epidemic .
The rest are below:
Techcabal-The role of technology in healthcare
What Nigeria can learn from the world’s best healthcare systems
How to stay healthy by eating more fruit and veg
Sugar Daddy Healthcare
Why doctors kill themselves
How air ambulance services will transform the Nigerian healthcare system
Healthcare outlook for 2017
Delivering emergency and air ambulance services in low income countries
Maternal mortality is a cultural issue in Nigeria, not a medical one
Reflections on the EMS conference in Copenhagen
Six Dead Doctors
Palliative care in Nigeria
Should women who are not on birth control, drink alcohol?
Five ‘secret’ healthcare tools that can save lives in Africa
A three pronged approach to solving Africa’s healthcare problems https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/three-pronged-solution-nigerias-healthcare-problems-dr-ola-brown/
How to reinvent the condom
Ebola: A wake up call for Africa
The relationship between distance and death; how air ambulances make the difference
Stanford Review-Lean Healthcare
Africa’s Trauma Epidemic (New York Times)