The Sri Lankan health authorities and its nursing college officials visited Inje University Sanggye Paik Hospital for a short-term training program last Thursday.
This visit was part of an “international cooperative university nurturing” support program to build a nursing degree program and strengthening the local healthcare capacity in Sri Lanka.
The officials visited the hospital’s emergency medical center, intensive care unit (ICU) and comprehensive health promotion center, receiving first-hand training on clinical nurse training courses, advanced medical systems, and advanced medical equipment.
“Inje University is actively carrying out projects to strengthen the local health and education capacities in Sri Lanka, such as the establishment of the first nursing university and the training course of emergency nurses,” said Cho Yong-kyoon, the hospital's president. “I hope the visitors can learn much from our emergency medical system, which is the pride of the hospital.”
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