New PAACS, CIMS Surgeons Challenged to Offer Compassionate Care

The Pan African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS) and the Christian Internal Medicine Specialization (CIMS) programmes have received new residents for training with calls on them to offer compassionate and quality care to patients. Addressing two PAACS and three CIMS residents (one still to join) at a White Coat Ceremony in Mbingo Baptist Hospital (MBH) on August 6, 2015, the Technical Adviser II to the Director of Health Services, Mr. Ngam Joseph Ful charged the new residents to compliment rather than compete with one another. He stressed on the enormous…

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CECPES Graduates Social Workers, Clinical Counselors

The Center for Clinical Pastoral Education and Social Services (CECPES) has graduated 16 Social Workers and 14 Pastoral Care and Counseling Practitioners. The ceremony took place on Friday, August 7, 2015 at the CBC Director of Health Services (DHS) Conference Hall in Bamenda. The graduates were full of praise for the programme’s transformational value, touting self-awareness as the first step which will help them develop empathy for their neighbours and clients. The pastoral care students dubbed the programme as “a tool for deepening God’s call”, adding that their training as…

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BTSHP Graduates Largest Batch of Medical Personnel

Baptist Training School for Health Personnel (BTSHP) Banso has graduated 296 students, the highest number in the history of the school, from 14 programmes excluding the Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) with 3 graduates and 3 nurse practitioners. The colourful graduation took place in CBC Church Kumbo on Saturday, August 22, 2015 and brought together thousands of witnesses among them government and CBC Health Services (CBCHS) officials, family members and friends of the graduates. Out of the 302 graduates, the CBC Health Services shall employ all except one. Yet, the Director…

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