Docs receive training in dealing with emergencies
State Health Department in joint collaboration with the European Commission on Monday held a two-day training programme for doctors to effectively manage situations such as spread of infectious diseases besides dealing with emergencies and disasters.
The training held under the aegis of State Government’s ‘Chhattisgarh Capacity Development Programme’ was addressed by two specialists from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi Dr Deepak Agrawal and Dr Kapil Dev Soni who imparted information on effective management of emergency situations.
On the occasion, Programme Director, Trauma Management, Dr Sanjay Bhoi stated that the hour just after a mishap is the most crucial for the victim when his or her life can be saved.
The officials of the Health Department informed that a number of training programmes would be held for technicians, Opthalmic assistants and nurses to further strengthen the department’s services.
They hoped that the conduct of the training programmes for the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff would lead to visible benefits in terms of delivery of better quality of medical services in the State.
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