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Sábado, 26 Julio 2014 21:15

Copy7 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Sábado, 26 Julio 2014 21:14

Copy6 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Sábado, 26 Julio 2014 21:12

Copy4 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Sábado, 26 Julio 2014 21:12

Copy3 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Sábado, 26 Julio 2014 21:11

Copy5 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Viernes, 25 Julio 2014 13:57

Meng Guiyun

Xinjiang Chest Hospital, Urumqi, China, has trained more than 1,000 healthcare workers across Xinjiang since she was first trained in 2009. Together with colleagues she developed a handbook on TB that was given to prison medical staff and has written a textbook on TB infection control and nursing care, 2400 copies of which have been sold and 1500 copies distributed free-of-charge.

Viernes, 25 Julio 2014 13:56

Irina Lyapina

Tolyatti TB Dispensary, Russia, says that the ICN TB project has changed her professional life. Since she first participated in the Train the Trainer workshops in 2009, she has trained countless nurses and has been instrumental in implementing nurse-led care for patients co-infected with TB and HIV. Treatment outcomes in the unit have significantly improved since this initiative began.

Viernes, 25 Julio 2014 13:49

Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Jueves, 26 Junio 2014 20:03

Copy2 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

Lunes, 26 Mayo 2014 20:04

Copy1 of Makhuze M. Mbiko

St Patrick’s Hospital, Bizana, South Africa. After attending the TB training last year Mr Mbiko systematically trained all the nurses in his hospital, encouraged them to screen people for TB and ensured that people got registered and started on treatment. “This capacitation saved people’s lives because I went back with knowledge and courage to help these people who were just left to die.”

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