The Plateau State Government says it is committed to addressing and issue of man power and welfare in the Nursing profession to reduce child mortality and maternal death rate in the State.
State Commissioner for Health Dr.Kunden Kamshak stated this at the end of 16th mandatory continuity development program for Nurses and midwives held at the Nurses green house.
The mandatory continuity professional development program which started in 2013 is aimed at equipping Nurses and midwives in global practices in their profession. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the 2 weeks event, guest of honor and Plateau State Commissioner for health Kunden Kamshak commended organizers of the program for coming up with relevant issues that will improve the practices of Nursing in the State.
Represented by the Provost, College of Nursing and Midwifery Vom, Kamshak said health facilities across the State will be well equipped and health workers will have a conducive environment to practice. State facilitator of the mandatory continuity professional program Danlami Sambo said the program which is a requirement for the renewal of license has equipped them with modern global practices and urged members to take it serious. A communiqué was presented by participants at the end of the event and participants were later presented with certificates, members who distinguish themselves were also recognized.