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Nurses complete basic life support training

June 11, 2015

A training program for nurses were held at the School of Health Sciences, ADK Hospital from 8-9 June 2015, as part of continuing medical education. These programs are designed to improve the skills of practicing nurses and update their knowledge on modern practices of life support.

The training was conducted by senior nurse trainers who are well versant with the process and have experince of teaching. This interactive program was conducted for over 20 nurses from the different nursing areas of the hospital.

Those nurses hwo successfully completed the training were given certificates on their skills. The nursing department of the hospital continuously holds educations and traiing programs for practicing nurses to ensure that they provide the best of care to the patients.


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