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Egypt’s Health Minister discuss bilateral cooperation with an Italian delegation 


Egypt’s Minister of Health and Population, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar; gotten on Wednesday, the Ambassador of Italy to Egypt, Michael Caron; and the delegation of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation in Cairo “AICS”.

The Italian delegation informed the Egyptian minister on an in-depth report on the outcomes and outputs of the 2nd stage of the task to support the enhancement of nursing services, which intended to train 5,400 nursing workers and arrange 340 training courses for nursing personnel in the governorates of (Port Said, Ismailia, Luxor, Aswan, South Sinai).

He was likewise informed on the early detection of more than 2,000 kids, at the Pediatric Heart Clinic, at the Health Technical Institute in Port Said Governorate, and a conversation of the preparation for introducing the task in its 3rd stage in the governorates (Cairo, Giza, and Alexandria).

The minister valued the efforts of cooperation in between the Egyptian and Italian sides in enhancing the performance of nursing groups and nursing services in the health system, in addition to talking about and reinforcing cooperation in the file of medical gadgets and tools, along with the arrangement of nursing materials.

Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the main representative for the Ministry of Health and Population, stated that the conference discussed talking about cooperation in establishing nursing curricula (useful and theoretical), as a medical group was formed, consisting of 12 Egyptian professionals and a variety of popular Italian and British professionals in the nursing file.

The task focuses on establishing a particular strategy focused on establishing curricula and worrying that advancement concentrates on specific care, which adds to finishing cadres efficient in offering treatment, rehab and health education.

Abdel Ghaffar included that the minister worried that the training programs play a substantial function in raising the competence of the nursing groups, and they are thought about a vital partner for physicians in offering medical service to clients, revealing his fantastic joy with the success of the very first and 2nd stages of the Egyptian-Italian task.

The task “UNISS” was carried out in 3 stages, as it began as a very first stage in 2016, for the advantage of the Health Technical Institute in Port Said Governorate under the title “Technical Assistance Program in the Nursing School.” The 2nd stage consisted of the governorates (Luxor, Aswan, South Sinai, Ismailia), which was finished just recently, in the context of enhancing the nursing level and the nursing education field in Egypt.

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