Training of trainers for health experts was given in Keren in a bid to alleviate the existing problems of collecting and documenting data at health facilities. Keren, 12 March 2012 – Training of trainers for health experts was given in Keren in a bid to alleviate the existing problems of collecting and documenting data at health facilities.
In the training in which 60 health experts are participating, Dr. Kesetebirhan Solomon, medical director of the Health Ministry’s branch office, indicated that it is a professional obligation that medical experts efficiently collect and document data, as well as accord patients warm reception. He further explained that the training is aimed at ensuring integrated data collection at the regional and national level.
The training involved administration and collecting health-related data, health policy, measures that should be taken to control the prevalence of diseases, the efforts made to reduce mother and child mortality rate, and the role of healthy fertility for a healthy mother and society.
The importance of providing vaccination and other health services in partnership with sub-zonal and area Administrators was also noted as regards ensuring the health of citizens living in remote areas.