Formation de renforts infirmiers en soins intensifs

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Le manque de personnel infirmier spécialisé a été évoqué lors de la réunion inaugurale des directeurs des soins infirmiers du Pacifique, rencontre d’une résonance particulière en cette année 2020, qui aura été celle des soignants. Les participants ont pu échanger, comparer leurs difficultés et leurs solutions, et aider au renforcement des capacités. La Communauté du Pacifique, avec le concours financier du ministère australien des Affaires étrangères et du Commerce, a offert à 114 infirmiers et infirmières la possibilité de prendre part à un programme de formation en soins intensifs. Présente à la rencontre, Alison Mcmillian (Australie), cheffe des soins infirmiers et obstétricaux, a facilité la participation de soignants de la région au programme.

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Nurses specialise in critical care surge training

The need to have more specialized nurses was also discussed at the inaugural Pacific Heads of Nursing meeting earlier this year. This meeting was timely given that 2020 is the year of the nurses and midwives and allowed Pacific heads of nursing to connect with each other, share challenges, solutions and provide support for capacity building.

The Pacific Community (SPC) with funding assistance from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) provided 114 nurses the opportunity to enrol into the critical care surge training program. Ms Alison Mcmillian, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer from Australia was present at this meeting as well and assisted with the opportunity of having Pacific nurses join this training.

Meet Priyanka Anshu Dutt, a registered nurse based at the Labasa Hospital as she shares her experience and thoughts after successfully completing the critical care surge training. 

Nurses that have completed this training are from 17 Pacific Island Countries (PICTs) namely American Samoa, Cook Islands, CNMI, Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Palau, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Tokelau and Vanuatu.

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