Kingdom of Bahrain celebrates Arab Day for Nursing and Midwifery

Under the slogan "Arab Day for Nursing and Qabala", the Kingdom of Bahrain, with the Secretariat General of the Arab States, celebrates the Arab Day for Nursing and Mabala, which falls on September 3 every year; this year's slogan aims to keep up with nursing goals of care, giving, competence, care, quality Knowledge, and knowledge.

Bahrain: Under the slogan “Arab Day for Nursing and Qabala”, the Kingdom of Bahrain, with the Secretariat General of the Arab States, celebrates the Arab Day for Nursing and Mabala, which falls on September 3 every year; this year’s slogan aims to keep up with nursing goals of care, giving, competence, care, quality Knowledge, and knowledge.

Nursing is a giving without limits, an ambition without limits, a supreme duty to the religion and then to the country, so the Secretariat has started developing programs to develop this profession, as this profession carries a lot of responsibilities combined with giving and love, in addition to compassion, compassion and humanity.

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Bahrain: This celebration comes in the light of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s interest in supporting and consolidating the relationship and care between the patient and the nurse, this march continues as a guide and witness to the pride of this great profession of helping the patient and the level of nursing and offence has reached from a living model that shows the ambition and challenge of nursing and offending For obstacles and their desire to continue working and develop.

On this occasion, the WHO and its partners express their appreciation for the work of nurses in our region and beyond and call on all world leaders to invest in the nursing staff to advance comprehensive health coverage and achieve health security.

Nurses deserve solidarity, support and appreciation.

The Ministry of Health in the Kingdom of Bahrain is keen to raise awareness of the importance of the nursing profession, being one of the most important professions that serve man and society, and being a profession known since the early times of Islam, where this profession has been focused and supported in every way possible, and students are encouraged to adopt this profession A p which cares for a wide number of essential services Which reflects on the community’s health, wellness and safety, as well as being one of the leading members of the medical team.

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