The activities of special training courses on improving the quality of health care and infection control in hospitals were completed in the city of Mukalla, organized by the General Administration of Quality and Infection Control at the Ministry of Health and Population within the Human Capital Project in a partnership with the World Health Organization and the World Bank, under the supervision of the Department of Quality and Infection Control at the Office of the Ministry of Health and Population. In Hadramaut Al-Sahel, with the participation of 50 participants and participants from all hospitals in Hadhramout Al-Sahel, it lasted for a period of five days and under the generous patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Public Health and Population, Professor Dr. Qasim Muhammad Bahibah.
In the closing ceremony, Dr. Ishraq Al-Sibai, Assistant Undersecretary for Population of the Ministry of Public Health and Population, expressed his thanks and appreciation to the World Health Organization, one of the partners in the health sector, for their support. of those specialized courses for medical staff in hospitals. They encouraged participants to the importance of benefiting from them and applying their results to reality in a way that contributes to strengthening the quality of care. health and reducing the spread of infection.
For his part, Dr. Fayza Ahmed Al-Amoudi, deputy general director of the Office of the Ministry of Health and Population in Hadhramaut Al-Sahel for Medical and Therapeutic Affairs, emphasized the importance of such training courses, which contribute to the qualification of medical personnel and building their skills in the health field, calling on participants to apply the knowledge and information they received in the training program. In fact, what would serve patients.
For his part, Dr. Ali Jaoul, Director of the Office of the World Health Organization in Hadhramaut, indicated that these training courses in the field of infection control are very important to develop the skills of health workers in hospitals, stressing to the participants the need to benefit . of them in a way that contributes to improving the quality of health services for patients in all regions and districts.Hadhramaut Sahel, wishing them good luck and success.
Participants in the specialized courses received some information and knowledge about the basic concepts of quality and patient safety, how to fight infection, impact of climate change and other information.
The closing ceremony was attended by Dr. Wafa Iskandar, Director of Quality and Infection Control of the Office of the Ministry of Public Health and Population in Hadramaut Al Sahel.