Thursday, April 21, 2016

‘Upgrade of nursing schools to ensure quality education’

LAHORE, Chief Nursing Superintendent, Services Hospital, Samina Yasmeen has said Punjab Health Department has taken an astutely and convenient choice to overhaul all the 45 nursing schools in Punjab to degree universities as attendants graduate from these schools now would serve all the more skillfully and productively contrast with certificate holder medical caretakers of nursing schools.

Samina Yasmeen in an announcement issued Sunday said medical caretakers assume imperative part alongside specialists during the time spent recuperation of patients.

She said FSc pass young ladies who join nursing certificate in nursing schools should get affirmation in degree universities for their further instruction which has now been conceivable through this choice of Punjab government.

She said the Punjab government has given a strong establishment to advancement of nursing division by settling 50 seats for MSc Nursing each at King Edward Medical University and University of Health Sciences.

Samina Yasmeen said BSc Nursing degree project would gigantically guarantee global guidelines of nursing instruction in Pakistan and very prepared and taught medical caretakers would have the capacity to share their successful commitment to battle infections.