Tue, 05 May 2020 17:17 - Updated Tue, 05 May 2020 17:17
Nurses receive training to deal with COVID-19
Luanda - At least 75 specialized nursing professionals are since Tuesday being trained to integrate the teams to provide assistance to COVID-19 treatment centers and hospitals.
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Formação de Enfermagem em cuidados Intensivos para doente crítico com COVID-19
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
Speaking at the opening of the training at Luanda’s Prenda hospital, the Health minister, Sílvia Lutucuta, said that the intention is to train nursing professionals in intensive care, to strengthen the multidisciplinary teams to combat covid-19, in terms of diagnosis and treatment of patients with this pathology.
The training will further include non-intensive care nurses of all provinces of the country, the minister said.
The minister also said that the Health Ministry has organized several training courses across the country, including for doctors, diagnosticians, ambulance drivers, cleaning staff and security agents.
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