Emirates News Agency – Department of Health

ABU DHABI, fifth May, 2021 (WAM) — The Department of Health – Abu Dhabi will launch a brand new instructional programme, entitled, “Next Generation Nurses.”

The programme is focused at nursing professionals within the emirate to enhance their abilities and improve their capabilities, enabling them to offer world-class healthcare companies in step with the most recent worldwide practices and drive the sector’s success.

The new programme is ready to begin in June 2021, when the primary batch of 250 nurses will start an intensive coaching 4-stage course. After passing every stage, taking part nurses will obtain a particular badge figuring out their classification as per the next order: certified nurse, skilled nurse, skilled nurse, and distinguished nurse.

The programme can be applied in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Zayed Military Hospital, the Fatima College of Health Sciences, Mediclinic Middle East, VPS Healthcare and NMC Healthcare.

Dr. Rashed Al Suwaidi, Executive Director of Healthcare Workforce Planning on the Department, stated, “Medical schooling is a key component of the division’s technique and the launch of the programme strongly displays the division’s ambition to offer world-class well being companies in Abu Dhabi, in step with the best worldwide requirements and greatest practices, and in collaboration with our companions.”

“The programme is an funding in aspiring nurses in Abu Dhabi and goals to spice up their scientific and nursing abilities, enabling them to play an important position, as they signify 52 % of all healthcare professionals working throughout the emirate. The programme can even present them with the required assist to grasp the artwork of communication and polish up their nursing abilities throughout all ranges, by providing them a supportive surroundings for skilled development,” he added.

The programme is predicted to profit over 15,000 nurses working within the emirate’s well being sector.

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