Jordanian Nursing Council, Kurdistan Board of Medical Specialties sign MoU

[19-01-2022 08:45 PM]

Ammon News - The Jordanian Nursing Council (JNC) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Kurdistan Board of Medical Specialties (KBMS), with the aim of developing nursing and health workforce in Iraq's region, and providing it with Jordanian expertise.

The MoU, which was signed Wednesday, at the JNC headquarters, aims to implement a project to develop nursing profession by launching a nursing council in the Kurdistan region, building legislation and regulations, strengthening and raising worker capacities, developing various nursing specializations and providing expertise and advice to establish a simulation center in cooperation with JNC.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, the JNC's Secretary-General, Dr. Hani Nawafleh, said the MoU eyes to build a project that contributes to developing nursing workers' competencies in the Kurdistan region, in line with the "growing" growth for the nursing profession scientifically and technically to provide the best services with international quality, through JNC's Jordanian experts and specialists.

The JNC, he said, is "fully prepared to offer its expertise in organizing and developing the nursing and midwifery profession, proposing a policy for its teaching and setting its priorities, in line with each country's policies, in addition to adopting standards necessary to raise the nursing level and proposing legislation related to its practice."

For her part, KBMS Chairman, Dr. Ariana Khalis Jawad, said the KBMS seeks to develop Kurdistan's nursing and health cadres and provide them with all the "most advanced" equipment, stressing the need to develop related legislation, regulations, and instructions governing the nursing profession to keep pace with developments at the world level.

The MoU, she noted, signed with JNC is an "important" step, in light of the Jordanian body's preparations to develop and oversee nursing specialty examinations in the Iraqi region, hold specialized training programs to develop Kurdistan's administrative and technical skills for health and administrative workers, enhance their contact skills, community outreach, management and leadership competencies and professional ethics.

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