According to the Ministry of Health, health training institutions at all levels will soon be upgraded to offer a four-year bachelor’s degree program to meet the country’s changing health care needs.
As indicated by Hannah Akua Oparebea Acquah, Rector of the College of Nursing and Midwifery, the objective is to guarantee that a four year certification turns into the base capability for rehearsing medical caretakers and birthing specialists, while a confirmation and testament holders are eliminated.
She was talking for the benefit of Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu at the fourteenth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Conference of Heads of Health Training Institutions (COHHETI) in Koforidua, East Africa.
In her location to the social event, Hannah Oparebea Acquah expressed that a partner interview will before long occur to foster approaches as a component of plans to overhaul all wellbeing preparing organizations to undeniable colleges.
This, she guarantees, will assist with satisfying the public’s evolving needs.
“As we are largely mindful, there are calls for overhaul of wellbeing Institutions into the tertiary status to further develop nursing and birthing assistance preparing training and furthermore to meet the changing medical services needs of people in general. This implies that at last, a first degree will be the base prerequisite at any level of our wellbeing instruction framework.
“To accomplish this accomplishment, there ought to be a more extensive partner conference and commitment that will see to the improvement of a strategy that will make all wellbeing preparing completely fledged tertiary organizations” she clarified