The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has celebrated the graduation of the second batch of females who attended the “Leadership for Change” programme, which aims to develop leadership and management skills of nurses and health personnel.
A total of 24 nurses were honoured during the ceremony, as well as nine Qatari instructors from the MOPH, Hamad Medical Corporation and Primary Health Care Corporation.
“Leadership for Change” is being implemented under a partnership between the Ministry of Public Health and the World Health Organisation Regional office for Eastern Mediterranean.
“Skilled nurse leaders have the ability to improve today’s healthcare services and to shape those of the future. The Leadership for Change supports Qatari nurses in becoming effective leaders and managers, helping them develop the knowledge, strategies and strengths they need to lead Qatar’s dynamic healthcare environment,” said HE the Minister of Public Health Dr Hanan Mohamed al-Kuwari.
Dr Saleh bin Ali al-Marri from MOPH assured that Leadership For Change offers the latest knowledge and skills for the nursing profession and provides a selection of the best nursing experts globally, through a special partnership between the Ministry of Public Health, the International Council of Nurses and the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Eastern Mediterranean.
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