Healthcare professionals to be trained by AIIMS & WHO on World Trauma Day

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Thirty-three medical professionals are currently receiving training at the AIIMS Trauma Center in Delhi. The program will end on Thursday, which is also World Trauma Day.

Lucknow: WHO and AIIMS Delhi will train UP’s medical staff in treating injured people in intrauterine situations. All health professionals will eventually receive this training after the initial three phases, which will involve 100 state health personnel. By December this year, the initial batch of 50 doctors, 25 paramedical personnel, and 25 nurses will have completed their training.

At the AIIMS Trauma Center in Delhi, 33 physicians, paramedics, and nurses are currently training. The program will end on Thursday, which is also World Trauma Day.

“With the efforts of chief minister Yogi Adityanath, it is for the first time in the country that WHO and Delhi AIIMS are giving training to health workers from Uttar Pradesh,” said special secretary for medical education Durga Shakti Nagpal.

Alok Kumar, principal secretary for medical education, continued, “Work has begun to provide qualified medical personnel to trauma centers and emergency wards. The medical education department is working on a war footing to reduce the number of deaths in accidents. The man said that the injured are being treated in emergency and trauma centers in medical colleges, and we are working to ensure that they receive better care so that their lives can be saved.