14 February 2013

Angola: Midwives From Huíla and Namibe Conclude Training

Lubango — At least 21 midwives from the provinces of Huíla and Namibe concluded on Wednesday in Lubango city the third southern regional course of specialization at the Technical and Professional Health School (ETPS).

During 18 months, the experts learn about themes related to productive health, competence in teenage maternity, prenatal consultations, new-born assistance, family planning, sexually communicable diseases, functions related to assistances, management, teaching and research, among others.

Invited to chair the closing ceremony of the course, the vice governor of Huíla province for political and social matters, José Arão Nataniel Chissonde, underlined that the finalists will definitively reinforce the health system in this field and at their areas.

He appealed the participants of the course to exercise their task with professional ethic and deontology, as well as the observation of humanization spirit during and after the birth delivery.

The closing ceremony of the course was attended by government authorities, chieftains and public in general.

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