Workshop on wound care at Nam Dinh General Hospitaldate: 28/06/2019 21:57:00
Based on the work plan of the experts from HEP (Foundation for Higher Education Support and Cooperation) - British Council; implement the instruction of NDUN Recror about organizing the workshop on "Wound Care", from 19th to 20th December 2019 the workshop on "Wound Care" was organized at Nam Dinh General Hospital by Nam Dinh University of Nursing in cooperation with Nam Dinh General Hospital for the purpose of sharing knowledge on wound care with lecturers from Nam Dinh University of Nursing and nurses working at Nam Dinh General Hospital.
Attending the workshop, on the side of HEP there were Prof. Joy Notter, Dr. Nicola Tonks, Dr. Chris Carter. On the side of the Nam Dinh General Hospital, there were Mr. Phạm Thành Nam - Deputy Director, Mrs. Vũ Thị Phương - Head of Nursing Department, and six nurses. On the side of Nam Dinh University of Nursing, there were Dr. Ngo Huy Hoang - Vice Rector, Dr. Mai Thị Thanh Thu - Head of International Cooperation Department, Dr. Nguyễn Thị Minh Chính - Director of Center for Precilical Practice and fourteen lecturers.
Overview of the workshop
HEP was founded by the British Council in Vietnam to promote the UK-Vietnam cooperation programs of education, research and innovation through exploiting the UK's strength about capacity of teaching, learning, innovation and research to contribute to the development of higher education in Vietnam. The foundation emphasizes the goal of linking Vietnamese and UK Universities.
At the workshop, participants are shared knowledge about patients with artificial anus; observe, assess and evaluate different wounds (surgical wounds, wounds caused by traumatic injuries and ulcers, etc.); sepsis control; assess the risk of bacterial infection and pressure sore
The content of the workshop attracted the attention of the learners, and the organizers also noted the active and active participation of learners in asking questions, exchanging professional experiences with each other about the difficulties in caring wounded patients. The information obtained in the workshop would help participants update and consolidate their knowledge for the quality of patient care.