Recruitment process of 22 more nurses in BKMC completes

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PESHAWAR
Process for recruitment of 22 more nurses in Bacha Khan Medical Complex (MTI), Swat has been completed.
Initial training session for the newly recruited registered nurses has begun in the modern skill lab established in Gajju Khan Medical College. During six-day training session, the nurse officers were being imparted training in clinical care and patient care under supervision of the Director Nursing said an official handout issued here on Thursday.
Speaking on the occasion, the Director Nursing said that the directorate is making efforts for the capacity building of its staff and for this purpose arranged formal sessions for various training programmes.
He said that Nursing is the backbone of the patient care in any hospital. Therefore, he said brining it at par with requirements of the modern era is need of the hour to bring improvement in the look after of patients.
A spokesman of the Bacha Medical Complex has said that the training sessions will increase the clinical and nursing skills of the nurse officers. The nursing officers have earlier performed duties in Lady Reading Hospital (LRH), North-West, Rehman Medical Institute (RMI), Al-Shifa and Bahria International Hospital.
The training session is from 8:00 A.M to till 2:00 P.M and after completion of the training these trained nurses will be posted in emergency, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and other wards of the hospitals.
The spokesman said that earlier 84 nurses have been recruited while the recruitment of 22 more nurse officers will help overcome the shortage of nurses.