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200 nurses graduate at Parirenyatwa Hospital



nurses graduate at Parirenyatwa Hospital

Nearly 200 nurses graduated at the Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals on Friday. Health and Child Care Minister, Obadiah Moyo, urged the graduands to keep pace with new technological developments to remain relevant in their profession.

In a speech read on his behalf by Health Services Board (HSB) vice-chairperson Auxillia Chideme-Munodawafa, Minister Moyo said:

If you remain static, be careful your patients will be ahead of you and it becomes very difficult for you to execute your duties.

Today’s patients are techno-savvy to the extent that before they go to a health institution, they would have already googled their condition and possible treatment.

Among the graduands, 31 were midwives while 48 other nurses who were pursuing different post-basic courses and 56 specializing in different areas of care graduating.

In other news – Shocking details surrounding Robert Mugabe burial

Events leading up to the burial of the country’s founding President, Cde Robert Mugabe, at his rural home in Zvimba yesterday – 22 days after his death in Singapore – betrayed former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s insecurities, political ambitions and scheming, sources close to the former First Family told The Sunday Mail yesterday.

Robert Mugabe burial

While speculation was rife that inordinate delays and confusing chatter surrounding Cde Mugabe’s final resting place were due to haggling between Government and the Mugabe family, it has since been revealed that heated disagreements within the family, especially between Cde Mugabe’s clansmen and Mrs Mugabe, took centre stage. continue reading

Source: Zimetro

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