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Samanta seeks UK support in training doctors, nurses

Express Report
  19 Feb 2024, 12:19

Health and Family Welfare Minister Professor Dr Samanta Lal Sen Sunday sought support from the United Kingdom for training doctors and nurses. 
 
The health minister made the appeal when Acting British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Matt Cannell met him at the health ministry here, an official release said. 
 
The minister requested the UK to establish a special medical training institute in Bangladesh, the release added. 
 
Lauding the development of Bangladesh's health sector, Matt Cannell said Bangladesh handled the COVID-19 pandemic successfully compared to many countries of the world, which was praised globally. 
 
He said, "The UK is keen to facilitate further development of Bangladesh's health sector and the government will consider establishing a special training institute for doctors and nurses in Bangladesh."
 
Calling for more experience sharing between the medical professionals of both countries, he said the UK will send experienced doctors and nurses to Bangladesh.

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Samanta seeks UK support in training doctors, nurses

Express Report
  19 Feb 2024, 12:19

Health and Family Welfare Minister Professor Dr Samanta Lal Sen Sunday sought support from the United Kingdom for training doctors and nurses. 
 
The health minister made the appeal when Acting British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Matt Cannell met him at the health ministry here, an official release said. 
 
The minister requested the UK to establish a special medical training institute in Bangladesh, the release added. 
 
Lauding the development of Bangladesh's health sector, Matt Cannell said Bangladesh handled the COVID-19 pandemic successfully compared to many countries of the world, which was praised globally. 
 
He said, "The UK is keen to facilitate further development of Bangladesh's health sector and the government will consider establishing a special training institute for doctors and nurses in Bangladesh."
 
Calling for more experience sharing between the medical professionals of both countries, he said the UK will send experienced doctors and nurses to Bangladesh.

Comments

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WHO says wider alert on contaminated J&J cough syrup 'likely'
Swedish researchers develop new AI computer model to detect lymphatic cancer
Doctors investigate as 5 die of fever, vomiting in remote Rangamati hills
Covid lowered life expectancy by 1.6 years worldwide: study