May 18, 2022

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The day for Cuba Nurses Day begins

From this Thursday to next June 3rd, day Cuba Nursing DayAn opportunity to recognize the work done and discuss more expertise.

Anahi Velasquez, head of nursing, said the staff are present at all locations in the National Health Organization and have more than 85,000 Cubans, about 70 percent licensed and more than 40 percent working in first-rate care services. Department of Public Health.

In his report to the press, he highlighted the performance of these specialists from primary care, PCR samples, and cases in the health achievements of more than 60 years of the revolution, especially in the face of the Covit-19 epidemic. Diagnosis, tracking of travelers, red zone, medical forces and vaccination strategy.

The expert noted that achieving greater expertise in the challenges will strengthen performance Maternal and Child Care Program and Family Physician and Nurse Program And increase management in terms of innovation and science.

Idalmis Infante, Chairman Cuban Nursing Society, In this regard, he said that in 1976 nursing began to be considered as a university profession in the country and since then the discipline in science production has grown.

Currently, he explained, the archipelago has about 2,300 specialists, more than 5,200 postgraduates and 75 scientists.

As part of the day’s activities Cuba Nursing Day, They noted that a video conference with delegates from across the country was held this Thursday, attended by Public Health Minister Dr. Jose Angel Portal Miranda, in which the first seminar on special development was launched.

This May, there will be formal workshops, the 1st Nursing Exhibition, a youth meeting with members of the Mario Munoz Vanguard Movement and a bario discussion organized by groups for the defense of the revolution. Cuban Nursing.

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This day begins with International Nurses ‘Day, a date chosen to commemorate the birth of modern nursing founder Florence Nightingale, and ends with Cuba Nurses’ Day, the birth anniversary of the first Cuban nurse martyr, Victoria Bru Sanchez.