LAHORE– Punjab Minister for Health Dr Yasmeen Rashid has directed to formally train doctors and paramedical staff for the 100 per cent implementation on the Punjab Patients Safety Program.
She issued these instruction during a meeting with representatives of the World Health Organization (WHO) at the Primary&Secondary Healthcare Department Tuesday.
Secretary Primary & Secondary Healthcare Zahid Akhter Zaman, Special Secretary Mudassir Waheed Malik, Additional Secretary Technical Dr. Asim Altaf, Hussain Jaffery, Samra Albalwani from World Health Organization, Mathew Nechson, Dr. Zakir ud Din Ahmed, Dr. Saima Aslam, Aneefa Baloch, Basim Zahid, Prof. Javed Chaudhary, Dr. Hafiz Shahid and others were present on this occasion.
Provincial Health Minister Dr Yasmeen Rashid said that training under Punjab Patients Safety Program will be arranged under the supervision of representatives of World Health Organization.
She said that provision of secure and quality healthcare facilities to the patients of public sector hospitals is our top priority. Instructions have been issued to Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department in this regard.
Dr. Yasmeen Rashid said that representatives of WHO will briefed the doctors and paramedical staff about the importance of Punjab Patients Safety Program through these training workshops.
The Punjab Patients Safety Program is an important feature of 10-Year Health Sector Strategy Program.— PRESS HANDOUT