Healthcare/A four-day training on Critical Care has been started at Universal College of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital, Ranigaon Bhairahawa, with the support of the Nepal Nursing Association, Rupandehi Branch and the assistance of Allies Ltd Institute of Advanced Nursing Hospital Singapore.
The training, which will last four days, will include the participation of 500 nursing staff working in government and private hospitals in Rupandehi, Nawalparasi and Palpa, organizers said. The lecturers who teach at the College of Nursing will also participate in the training. A five-member specialist team led by Professor Lim Sui Hia from Alliance Lee Institute of Advanced Nursing Hospital Singapore has arrived in Rupandehi to train.
Which is said to train new nursing practice and modern nursing system in practice in Singapore. Inaugurating the training on Monday, Professor Lim Sui Hia, Principal Professor of Universal College of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital Dr Anand Kumar and Medical Superintendent Professor of the hospital Dr Sadanamukhi urged participants to inquire about Singapore’s nursing practices.
Attending the inaugural ceremony chaired by Universal Medical College Bhairahawa Nursing Program Coordinator and Regional Member of Nepal Nursing Association, Sarj Gurung informed the participants about the training that held from Dec 2 to Dec 5, organizer member Aastha Sharma said. This training was already held in Kathmandu, Pokhara & Chitwan.
Secretary of the Nepal Nursing Association Rupandehi, Sulochana Ghimire, said it was first time in Rupandehi. City Nadia Viti Yaha, Lim Kuwen Ru, Julie Tae and Lim Chun Chai from Singapore will train the participants under the leadership of Professor Lim Sui Hia from Singapore.