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MOH to Launch a Training Program to Prepare and Qualify Directors of Healthcare Centers
04 April 2017
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced its intention to launch a training program for the preparation and rehabilitation of the directors of health centers. The program will be implemented in collaboration with the Institute of Public Administration, targeting the employees of the MOH’s Public Health Agency, who are qualified in the healthcare administration and general administration and willing to work as directors of healthcare centers.
The MOH pointed out that the period of the program will be 120 training hours, which will be implemented in two phases, including academic and practical training in the areas of primary health care, planning, organization, guidance, supervision, assessment and control in primary healthcare centers.
Furthermore, the program will include the training on health information systems management (HISM), quality management in primary health care centers, job performance regulation, time management, effective meetings management, conflict management in the workplace, job stress management, and patient rights, as well as drafting policies and procedures.
Within the same vein, the MOH indicated that the program will also include the preparation of a development project on activities and services of the primary healthcare centers. At the end of the program, the trainees will be mandated as directors of primary healthcare centers for a period of one year.

Last Update : 13 April 2017 11:20 AM
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