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Four Vincentians receiving medical training in Taiwan

Four Vincentians receiving medical training in Taiwan
The four Vincentians who are being trained in different medical disciplines in Taiwan

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Four medical staff members of the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital (MCMH) are currently being trained at Taiwan’s Changhua Christian Hospital.

Four Vincentians receiving medical training in Taiwan
Ertrice Ellis (R) being trained in Hemodialysis Room Management, Hemodialysis Patient Care, shadowing of Dialysis machine operation, and Kidney disease education.

The training courses are four weeks in duration, from August 25 to September 20, 2019.

The employees: Petria Pompey, Josette George, Cherylon Jack and Ertrice Ellis, are being trained in various areas.

Pompey and George are mainly being trained in the pharmacy department as well as in chemotherapy nursing.

Meanwhile Jack is being trained in laboratory medicine, infection prevention and control centers (including AIDS prevention, tuberculosis prevention, hand hygiene, other infection control protocols and implementations) and pathology departments (including biopsy and dyeing techniques).

Ellis is trained in the Nursing Department, which includes the Hemodialysis Room Management, Hemodialysis Patient Care, shadowing of Dialysis machine operation, and Kidney disease education.

In addition to the professional courses, the trainees will also attend the Medical Quality and Evaluation common courses, and the field trips to branches of Changhua Christian Hospital and the smart medical device companies.

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