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Sack non-performing nursing students - Director

Dr Emmanuel Kofi Dzotsi

Dr Emmanuel Kofi Dzotsi, the Upper East Regional Director of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has approached administrations of wellbeing preparing organizations in the area to sack non-performing nursing students to scrub the wellbeing arrangement of inadequately prepared medical attendants and birthing specialists.

He said the circumstance, where understudies were pushed through the framework despite the fact that they couldn't pass their semester assessments was unsuitable, and demanded that any attendant or birthing assistant learner who couldn't make the expected pass mark, should not be thought of.

Tending to medical caretakers and maternity specialists at the provincial send off of the International Nurses Day festivity in Navrongo, Dr Dzotsi said human existence was valuable and should not be depended in that frame of mind of individuals who were not kidding during their preparation yet got themselves out as medical caretakers and maternity specialists.

He saw that during clinical meetings, where nursing and birthing assistance learners visited different emergency clinics to acquire reasonable experience, a few students absented themselves.

Thus, on the off chance that they don't visit the clinics, how might they gain reasonable experience," Dr Dzotsi asked, and said, "we really want quality and thoroughly prepared medical attendants and birthing assistants to really focus on the wiped out around here.

We can't think twice about quality.

Dr Dzotsi portrayed as disturbing the rate at which wellbeing experts in the district, particularly nurture in uniform rode motorbikes without crash head protectors and forewarned them to halt from such demonstrations.

He revealed that the GHS in the Region lost four medical attendants to motorbike mishaps who likely might have made due assuming they had crash protective caps on.

We want you alive to really focus on patients in the clinics so attempt to remain protected out and about and consistently put on crash head protectors, the Director exhorted.

Addressing the longing of medical attendants and birthing assistants looking for postings outside the district, the chief said around 90% of them need to leave.

In the event that all of you leave, who will work, Please, I need to engage you to remain so we can work on the framework, he pursued.

He approached government and different partners to put resources into medical care conveyance in the Region, and said attendants and birthing assistants who consented to work in rustic region of the Region would be equipped for concentrate on leave with pay following two years of administration.

Mr Thomas Lambon, the Regional Chairman of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) engaged the Regional Health Directorate to liaise with the Controller and Accountant General's Department to resolve issues of inaccessibility of biodata of GRNMA individuals on the electronic compensation slip stage.

We likewise make a move to make an energetic enticement for individuals of Bawku to give harmony an opportunity with the goal that medical care conveyance can get back to business as usual," the GRNMA Chairman said.

The send off, coordinated by the local authority of the GRNMA was uniquely seen all over the planet on May 12, consistently, to check the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the "Mother of Nursing.

The festival united medical caretakers and maternity specialists across the Region including retired folks of the calling to praise the birth, and recognize the commitments of Florence Nightingale, viewed as Mother of Nursing.

The festival was on the subject "Medical caretakers and Midwives, a Voice to Lead: Invest in Nursing and Respect the Nurses and Midwives' Rights to Secure Global Health.

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Dzotsi Emmanuel Kofi Dzotsi GHS Ghana Health Service Upper East

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