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Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad Al Sharqi, Crown Prince of Fujairah, saw the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Fujairah and the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council, with the aim of promoting the field of nursing at the Al-Rumila Palace. Medical work in the country.
In the presence of Saeed bin Mohammed Al Rakbani, Special Adviser to the Ruler of Fujairah, Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Awar, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of Fujairah and Minister of Human Resources and Immigration. The agreement was signed by Saeed bin Mohammed Al Rakbani, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Fujairah University, and Kannam Al Masroui, General Secretary of the Emirati Cadres Competition Council.
The Crown Prince of Fujairah stressed the importance of the nursing profession at the humanitarian and social levels and its key role in the development of the healthcare sector which contributes to supporting the pillars of the country’s comprehensive development. Involve young people in the study of this important profession and strengthen it through modern technological practices and educational methods that contribute to its development and spread.
His Highness added: The Fujairah Emirate, under the guidance and support of Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Fujairah, is keen to achieve optimal investment in the nursing industry by implementing strategic partnerships between academics. And ensuring that healthcare companies provide the technical and human resources that meet the current and future needs of the sector.
The signed cooperation agreement includes the implementation of the “Nursing Staff Development” program launched last March as part of the second phase of the “Nafis” project initiatives that will contribute to the development of national skills in the field of nursing. Scholarship and Health Assistant Program for High School Graduates Higher Diploma in Emergency Medicine and Undergraduate Program in Nursing, providing trainers, labs and workshops needed to enhance the skills and abilities of the trainees.
Saeed bin Mohammed Al Rakbani said: The agreement falls within the framework of the state’s strategy and fifty-year plans, with the aim of developing national staff in the healthcare sector, especially the nursing specialty, which contributes to increasing the number. Citizens working in the field pointed out that the university is pursuing a program to enhance the attractiveness of specialized nurses who are one of the key occupations in health care organizations in the country.
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