Training on Emergency Critical Care is currently taking place at the CBC Health Services Mvan Resource Centre in Yaounde, Cameroon. The 5-day training from December 12 – 16, 2022, under the auspices of the Cameroon Association of Critical Care Nurses, brings together participants from all the regions of Cameroon, including a participant from Dubai.
Critical Care Nurses are a set of Health Care practitioners and specialists who take care of people with life-threatening conditions. The workshop with a focus on emergency critical care will effectively drill participants both in theory and practice, following international standards in emergency critical care.
Before launching the training, the Cameroon Association of Critical Care Nurses and their partners from the ROBINAID Foundation in Germany signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the CBC Health Services, with the singular intention to have all patients receive proper care wherever they find themselves in Cameroon. The training and partnership with CBC Health Services are thanks to #ROBINAIDFoundation. This partnership will also lead to the setting up of Intensive Care Units within the CBC Health Services and support their proper functioning and services rendered therein.
According to the founding Chair and President of the Cameroon Association of Critical Care Nurses who doubles as the President of the African Federation of Critical Care Nurses, Mr. Ntogwiachu Daniel, CBC Health Services stands as one of their best partners to enable them to attain their objective of Quality Health Care. All participants at the training are expected to “go back to their various facilities and implement what they have learned. This training will drill them how to manage patients having problems with breathing, circulation, trauma, shock, cardiac arrest, etc.
Opening this Workshop, the Director of the CBC Health Services, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih called on participants to use their time purposefully, gain valuable knowledge and work hard to become trainers in their respective institutions. He thanked the organizers for the collaboration, reminding them of the Mission Statement of the institution which is rendering “Quality Care to All who need it as an expression of Christian Love”, a mission that properly ties in with the objective of the training.